Nuwara Elia Srilanka is getting ready for the April festive season of annual flower winning. the gardens, hotels, rest houses are starts and getting ready for the event with preparations with exotic of expensive flower plants for this annual competition.
The April season would attracts many of Local and international tourist to Nuwara Elia and spend their holidays at their favorite hotels or rest houses.
The Institute of Human Rights has been conducting the diploma programme in Human Rights for the past 15 years in English, Sinhala and Tamil. This programme delivers an understanding of Human Rights, in a local and international context.
This is an interactive course that explores the concept of Human Rights, discusses the ‘rights’ dimension of global and local events and trends, and builds a community of individuals to participate in making a change.
The programme is delivered by a panel of Human Rights academics, activists and professionals working with government, non-governmental and academic institutions.
The course duration is eight months and is structured towards raising awareness on concepts of Human Rights, the mechanisms in place, issues relating to rights of vulnerable groups of persons and contextual issues relating to Human Rights.
The aim of the course is firstly, the facilitation of attitudes of tolerance and understanding and secondly the empowering of civil society.
The Port and Highway Ministry announces that the 90% of the road networks including highways in North and eastern provinces had completed since the end of war.
The Government allocated USD 1,350 Million for infrastructure Development, Railway, Electricity, highway and water supplies developments projects in Northern and Eastern Province.
The fund allocations are developing the national level interest and improve the lifestyle of whole srilankan as one. This would expect to improve many for development proposals and projects to be carried out to lead the country.
The New Minister of Technology, Research and Atomic Energy Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka meets the delegations from Russia to create a legal basis for bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and the Russian Federation on peaceful applications of nuclear technology.
It was agreed that a Memorandum of Understanding would be signed between Sri Lanka and the Russian Federation in the near future which would facilitate vocational training for Sri Lankan nuclear scientists in Russia and also managing nuclear and radiation safety issues and the development of nuclear technology infrastructure in Sri Lanka.
The Northern Province of Srilanka recorded 43% of total fish harvest in 30 years ago, which is reduced upto 7% in last 30 years due to war and restrictions on fishing.
After the ends of war, the fishing harvests gradually increasing 7% t 18% for last seven month time. The government of Srilanka spend Rs. 1,800 Million on fisheries investment in Northern Province in order to improve fish harvest.
Srilanka do have great opportunity for Fish self sufficiency and export markets with enough fishery resources available.
The Applications are now open for the 2014 Australia Scholarship provided under AusAID of the Australian government’s overseas aid programme. the scholarships are offers to 2,300 scholarships over 90 countries around the world to study in Australian institutions in 2014.
The best students will be selected on the basis of demonstrated leadership qualities, academic achievement and their potential to impact development.
In 2012, 30 scholarships were given to Sri Lankan participants to study in Australia in 2013. The scholarships are awards for future leaders the chance to strengthen their knowledge and leadership skills, with the goal of contributing to the development in their home country.
Applications for Australia Awards Scholarships opened on February 1 and will close on April 30, 2013
The Chief government Whip Minister Dinesh Gunawardena stated that lands in Colombo city will not be acquired arbitrarily for the Colombo City Development Project. He further said that the plan designed for development purposes as everybody knows and lands which come under this project only, will be acquired.
The Colombo City development is mandatory to develop the tourism in Srilanka and expand the hotels and support services to attract more tourist into srilanka.
The Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB) appointed cricketing legend and Member of Parliament Sanath Jayasuriya the Tourism Ambassador of Sri Lanka at Bangalore, India.
The Economic Development Ministry is kept on promoting Sri Lanka tourism in India to improve Indian tourist to increase with holiday tourism in Sri Lanka. according to past records the Indian tourist are contribute more on Srilankan tourism than any of other countries in the world.
If you wish to be a graduate within 3 years and be employable in a lucrative job, here is the opportunity for you.
Aquinas University College (A Degree Awarding Institute Approved by the University Grants Commission) – (UGC) offers a Bachelor of Arts (General) Degree in Humanities for those with 3 A/L Passes in any stream.
Registrations are open now For the Diagnostic Test. For registration procedures please visit the office of the Asst. Registrar (B.A. Humanities), 3,d Floor, Jubilee Building during office hours on any working day (except on Mondays & Public Holidays) between 8.30 am and 3.30 pm.
Subjects on offer – English, Sinhala,Mass Communication, Sociology, Economics & Christian Culture
Classes – during weekends (8.00am – 4.30 pm)
Registration fee for Diagnostic Test – Rs. 500/-
Entire Course fee at an affordable price of less than Rs. 250, 000/-
Sri Lanka Chamber of Small and Medium Industries Invites Small and Medium Industries to take part in this island wide competition of Industrial Excellence Awards 2013 as a 7th consecutive year in May/June 2013.
The Industrial Excellence Awards provides in order to encourage and develop the domestic entrepreneurs and businesses to starts up. The awards are given as Platinum, Gold, Silver and 7 Bronze 8 special awards to industry units in the provinces Union Bank special award
The Panel of Judges include representatives from: Board of Investment (BOI), Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB), National Enterprise Development Authority (NEDA), Ministry of Industry and Commerce, University Body and Union Bank of Colombo PLC.
Sri Lanka’s first cable car project is expected to be ready by early December 2013. MLM Associates (Pvt) Ltd invested Rs 700 million for this project as an initial stage. The cable car network would be installed from Lake Gregory to Single Tree Mountain of 2 Km approximately.
The chosen cable cars would be dual powered; solar and wind and each cabin would have the capacity for 15 persons. And it is also have a glass bottomed cable car with additional luxuries to be used for high end personalities. The company is also setting up a new restaurant at Single Tree Mountain to add values to the tourist to enjoy their meals and snacks with natural environment of srilanka.
A cable car trips will be charge around Rs. 1,000.00 and expect to have at least 500,000 tourists per year.
And the project will be extend to 7.5 Km Cable car project with 20 Rooms luxury Hotels and coffee shops, gift shops and kids play area with parks.
Korean Air provides quality service that surpasses even your highest expectations. Indulge yourself in the Korean Air experience for life on a whole new scale. And Korean Air is schedule three routine flights per Week to Srilanka
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Manipal University is one of India’s first private deemed universities with a legacy of excellence in professional education that spans 6 decades.
Located in the scenic coastal town of Manipal. The campus is spread across 1,000 acres and has 6 million sq ft of built-up space, which has complete Wi-Fi connectivity.
Manipal University is home to top ranking institutions across diverse streams like medicine, engineering, dentistry, hotel management, life sciences, pharmacy and management The University is a pioneer of Inspired Learning – an academic delivery model that goes beyond classroom education to provide a holistic learning experience for its students. The unique pedagogy, state-of-the-art infrastructure and focus on cutting-edge research in emerging subjects attract bright minds from over 50 countries across the globe.
The Srilankan Cabinet approved the proposals made by the Education Ministers on the Z-Score impacts on 2011 for student who sits for 3rd and final time.
Therefore the cabinet has approved of the proposal for let those students who sits for third and final time in 2011 and 2012, to allow sits again for fourth time in 2013 under the syllabus which the student wish to sit.