SLIM student obtains 100 marks in CIM exam

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BUP_DFT_DFT-9-7Student Nilendra Malaka being felicitated by SLIM President Ruwan Liyanagamage accompanied by Senior Lecturer G.S. Sylvester 


The National Body for Marketing, Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) held a felicitation ceremony to appreciate their students who had performed exceedingly well in Charted Institute of Marketing (CIM)examination last semester. 

Proving the high quality marketing education provided by SLIM, NilendraMalakaStembo had obtain 100 marks for the Marketing subject in CIM Examination while MiniruwaniSamarakoon and PandukaManuwaka had obtained 96 marks for the same subject. 

SLIM had consistently emphasised the importance of quality marketing education and their students continue to showcase talent, skills, ability and the knowledge gained through education provided by SLIM.  Eminent level of lecture panel at SLIM always ensure the quality of marketingeducation. Further, these studentswill not only have great recognition, but also the exposure to national level eventsin the fields of marketing which would enhance their talents and skills. 

Speaking about the achievements of students, SLIM President RuwanLiyanagamage said, obtaining very high marks in the CIM examination reflect the quality of the marketing education provided by SLIM. 

“SLIM being the longest standing accredited study center for CIM in Sri Lanka, serves the students with an eminent lecture panel at the institute. SLIM is absolutely delighted about the great results achieved by these students,” said Liyanagamage. 

CEO and the Executive Director of SLIM Sanath Senanayake noted that SLIM continue to expand its scope in providing quality marketing education while evolving with the changes and the development in the business world and it had helped to create a generation of very good marketing professionals. 

“Results achieved by these students in international and competitive exams clearly show the very high standards of the marketing education provided by SLIM. Since our education are in line with the latest developments and international curriculum, a SLIM student can easily pass CIM Exams,”he added. 

The event was graced by the SLIM President RuwanLiyanagamage, CEO and the Executive Director Sanath Senanayake, Senior Lecturer and the Chairman Education reforms committeeof SLIMG.S. Sylvester and AGM Marketing of SLIM ChinthakaWanasinghe. 

G.S. Sylvester said that SLIM is focusing more on providing quality education in which the institute has succeeded. “All the lecturers in SLIM conduct lectures in a very simple manner.  So that students can understand the subject rather than memorizing. This had certainly helped to uplift the standards of the SLIM students and helped them to stand out among others,” he noted. 

Meanwhile, NilendraMalakaStembowho obtained 100 marks for the Marketing subject at CIM, appreciated the support received by SLIM to obtain very good results for the marketing subject. He was also awarded a plaque by the SLIM President Ruwan Liyanagamagerecognising his achievement. 

SLIM, the national body for marketing in Sri Lanka, incorporated by an Act of Parliament, has been promoting marketing excellence and elevating the status of marketing since 1970. It is a member of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka (FCCISL). Internationally it is affiliated with the European Society for Opinion and Market Research and the Federation of Marketing Research Industries and is a Member of the Asia Marketing Federation, which is affiliated to the World Marketing Association.