The University of Kelaniya; Centre for Distance and Continuing Education invites application from repeat candidates & those who failed in final year first semester or previous years examinations in bachelor of arts (general) or bachelor of arts (special) degree examinations
Applications from the repeat candidates sitting for the following Second Semester examinations scheduled to be held in December 2014 & January 2015. Applications for Part A and Part B will be received from 16th September to 03rd October 2014. Applications received after closing date will be rejected.
Applications relevant to the examinations of the Faculty of Science can be obtained from the office of the Faculty of Science & applications relevant to the other Faculties can be obtained from the Examinations Branch. All applications are available in University web site (www.kln.ac.lk)
Part A – Relevant Examinations in respect of all years
Bachelor of Arts (General) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Arts (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Commerce (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Commerce (Entrepreneurship / Business Technology) (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Business Management (Accountancy / Human Resources Management / Marketing Management / Finance) (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Science (General) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Science (Special) Degree Examinations
Part B – (Only for Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Students)
Re-sit Examination for the Failed Course Units in the Final Year First Semester or Previous Years:-
The College of Chemical Sciences invites applications from students who would like to follow the chemical Science as their interested areas of servicing. The College of Chemical Sciences is offering a Diploma in Laboratory Technology in Chemistry for those who just pass out G.C.E (A/L) or those who would like to learn more in Chemistry and Chemical information.
This programme is offered on weekend and weekdays in English Medium.
Weekday programme: Monday full day and Tuesday afternoon
Weekend programme: Friday afternoon and Saturday full day
Applications are invited for both courses scheduled to be commenced on January 2015.
For more details contact to College of Chemical Sciences on 011-2861231/2861653/4015230 or visit College of Chemical Sciences
Institute of Chemistry Ceylon at 341/22, Kotte Road, Welikada, Rajagiriya (near Post Office) or see below image
The Department of Higher Education’s University Grants Commission released minimum Z-scores for selection to courses of study for each district and detailed information of course selection based on the GCE (A/L) Examination in 2013.
South Asia’s first Green University Town, NSBM will be open for both Sri Lankan and foreign students by the end of 2015. The university town is a great investment as the country can save a large amount of money spent by students for their foreign university degrees.
The university, being constructed in 26 acres at a cost of Rs. 10.2 billion, will have state-of-the-art lecture hall facilities, laboratories, libraries, modern auditoriums and cutting-edge tech labs, proffering the highest standards of education at its three faculties of Computing, Management and Engineering. It will house 30,000 local and foreign undergraduates.
The university complex will also have hostels, free study areas, cinemas, walking and lounge areas, swimming pools, modern gymnasiums and a business unit. The contractor of the project is Maga Engineering Ltd, while Engineering Consultants (Pvt) Ltd consultancy services. The Bank of Ceylon extends financial facilities
Principles of Western Province schools have been unstructured to take steps to ensure their students to obtain better results in the G.C.E (O/L) Examination. It has been projection that North Western, Uva and Sabaragamuwa may have better results than a western province.
The Western Province Acting Education Director Wimal Gunaratne, said schools had been told to have additional classes of two and half hours for O/L students from 6.30 to 7.30 in the morning and from 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm. The authority has meet principles to discuss ways of improving performance while the schools would have to submit reports of anticipated results.
And principals instructed to take steps to ensure no child skips classes (without valid reasons) and other children are not allowed to walk past O/L classes
Students could full concentrate on their subject only on 40 to 45 Minutes for an subject, and this extension of school time from 6.30 to 7.30 in the morning and from 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm; will lead to students to be at school from 6.30 Am to 3.00 Pm.
It would impact to students mentally, it may harm to the result in overall, and the Education Ministry has to taken steps to benchmark the overseas educational systems and need to adopt the possible option to improve the student result in their G.C.E (O/L) Examination.
The extensions of school hours will be frustration to students rather obtain a best result.
A one day workshop for Professional Tourist Guide Lecturers and other related professionals will be held on June 21 from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm at the main Library of the University of Colombo.
The first ever training course relevant to this field in Sri Lanka, the workshop is organized by the Department of Economics of the University of Colombo and the Russian Tourist Guide Lecturers’ Association. Many tourists visiting Sri Lanka are on the lookout for investment opportunities in the country. Such tourists are also a major and reliable source that could provide details of investment opportunities available in Sri Lanka to their home countries. To inform professional tourist guides largely engaged with tourists regarding investment and business opportunities in the country, would in turn help attract foreign investments to the country. As such, the main objective is to inform them in this regard
Participants’ knowledge on investment opportunities in Sri Lanka, government incentives and policy consultation for foreign investments, positive thinking, leadership skills and communication skills are expected to be improved. As they would be educated in healthcare, health safety, sustainable and environmental standards, their practical knowledge in preparing project reports would also be improved.
Promotion Officers of the Sri Lanka Investments Board, Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority officials and University Lecturers too would engage as resource persons of the workshop. A valuable certificate for participants who successfully complete the one-day program would be issued by the Department of Economics of the University of Colombo.
Those interested in this regard, may obtain further details by calling Asanka Senanayake on 0718716755 and the Chairman of the Russian Tourist Guide Lecturers’ Association on 011258266 or 0716060995.
CINEC invites applications for the Foundation Programme leading to Bachelors degree programme.
Computing & Software Engineering Foundation leading to BSc (Hons) Degree
This programme is offered by CINEC. The aim of the Computing Foundation Programme is to provide a breadth and high level of education that ensures those successfully completing the course can progress to a degree in Computing or Information Technology with confidence.
After the completion of the Computing Foundation programme students can progress to following BSc (Hons) degree programmes right here in Sri Lanka offered by the University of wolverhnmption(UK).
Technology Engineering Foundation leading to BEng Degree
The main aim of the Technology Foundation Programme is to provide a breadth and high level of education that ensures those successfully completing the course can start a degree in engineering with confidence.
After the completion of the Technology Foundation students can choose to follow any of the following Engineering degree programmes right here in Srilanka offered by the University of wolverhnmption(UK) and Australian Maritime College.
Duration – 10 Months
Affiliated University – University of Wolverhampton – UK
New admissions to the Hindi classes conducted at the Indian Cultural Centre for the 2014/2015 session will begin from May 5, 2014.
A special course for children between the ages of seven and 15 will begin on 9th May 2014. All those attending the present courses should re-apply for the new course. Those who wish to learn the Hindi Language as a hobby and those who wish to attend morning classes can contact the Centre for special group classes.
Applications are available at the Indian Cultural Centre: 16/2, Gregory’s Road, Colombo 07 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.) on all weekdays.
The course duration will be one year for each level. Students are taught Hindi for
Level 100 (beginners),
Level 200 (intermediate)
Level 300 (advance)
The course examinations will be conducted by the Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Agra and certificates will be issued.
The classes will be conducted by Sri Lankan experts in Hindi and a specialist Hindi teacher from India.
For further details please contact the Indian Cultural Centre on telephone No: 2684698 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The G.C.E (A/L) 2013 ExaminationRe-Scrutiny (Re-Correction) result has been released to Department of Examination website http://www.doenets.lk/ . Those who have done their Advance Level examination in 2013, could obtain their result by Click Below link of Department of Examination website.
The University Grants Commission will entertain applications for admission to universities from candidates who have satisfied the minimum requirements for university admission at the G.C.E. (Advanced Level) Examination held in August 2013. The Commissioner General of Examinations has already informed the candidates whether they have satisfied the minimum requirements for university admission.
Minimum Requirements for University Admission
Candidates who are pronounced eligible for university admission by the Commissioner General of Examinations and have fulfilled the following requirements are eligible for university admission;
(a) at least ‘S’ Grades; in all three approved subjects in one and the same sitting within a minimum of three attempts; and
(b) a minimum mark of 30% for the Common General Paper
Note 1 : However, the students who sat for the G.C.E (A/L) Examination 2013 as their 4th attempt will be considered for university admission for the Academic Year 2013/2014 only if their third attempt was either in year 2011 or 2012 as explained in the decision No 13/0205/521/008 dated 01.03.2013 of the Cabinet of Ministers, pursuant to the recommendation made by the Supreme Court to allow the students affected due to Z-Score issue in 2011 A/L Examination, to sit the G.C.E. (A/L) Examination as a 4th attempt.
Note 2 : Candidates who are pronounced ineligible by the Commissioner General of Examinations due to not .satisfying (b) above are also allowed to apply for university admission only if they have already satisfied at previous attempt / attempts or would satisfy at any future attempt the said requirement within the three attempts allowed to sit the G.C.E. (A/L) Examination for the purpose of university admission.
Note 3 : Students who got themselves registered as full time students to follow a course of study of 3 year duration or above, leading to a Higher National Diploma (HND) at an Institute which comes under the Sri Ianka Institute of Advanced ‘technological Education (SLIATE) or National Diploma in Engineering Sciences (NDES) at the Technical Training Institute (TTI) of the National Apprentice and Industrial Training Authority (NAITA) based on the results of the G.C.E. (A/L) Examination held in 2012 or prior to 2012 art: also eligible to apply for university admission based on the results of the G.C.E. (A/L) Examination 2013, provided they have withdrawn their registration within a period of 60 days from the last date for registration. Such applicants should send along with the application, a copy of the letter issued by the Institution concerned regarding the cancellation of registration.
The 60 day concession stated herein is not given to candidates who have been selected to fill a vacancy to the above mentioned Institutions.
Method of Obtaining the Prescribed Form and other Particulars about University Admission
Every application for admission should be made in the prescribed form issued with the Handbook on university admission, which is obtainable from the University Grants Commission Secretariat, No. 20, Ward Placc, Colombo 07 or from the Distributing Agents appointed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) on payment of cash, from 23rd April 2014.
Prospective candidates are hereby informed that a ‘Computer Data Sheet* and a large envelope (30 cm X 25 cm) would be issued along with the Admissions Handbook titled, “Admission to Undergraduate Courses of the Universities in Sri Lanka – Academic Year 2013/2014” which will contain the application for university admission. Candidates have to ensure that they have received all those documents when the Handbook is purchased.
(I) The list of Distributing Agents appointed by the UGC is appended below. Application forms could be obtained from them by making a cash payment of Rs. 500/ – in respect of each application form.
(ii) Application forms could also be obtained by post. When application forms arc obtained by post, the applicants should make a deposit of Rs. 500/- in respect of each application form at any Branch of the Bank of Ceylon or People’s Bank to the credit of the UGC Collection Account No. 0002323287 at Torrington Branch of the Bank of Ceylon or Collection Account No. 167-1-001-4-3169407 at Town Hall Branch of the People’s Bank by filling in the paying-in-voucher provided by the Bank. The counterfoil of the paying-in-voucher duly authenticated by the Bank Seal and the signature of an authorized officer on such counterfoil should be sent along with the request for application forms.
Every request for an application form by post should be made to the Additional Secretary (Academic Affairs fir University Admissions), University Grants Commission, No. 20, Ward Place, Colombo 07 by a letter, giving name of the applicant and the medium in which the applicant wishes to have the Handbook on admission procedure. In addition, a self addressed un-stamped envelope of not less than 35 c.m. X 24 c.m. in size should be forwarded.
Closing Date for Applications
The closing date of applications will be 19th May 2014. Completed application forms could be handed over or sent by registered post addressed to the Additional Secretary (Academic Affairs fir University Admissions), University Grants Commission, No. 20, Ward Place, Colombo 07. No applications will be entertained after 19th May 2014.
Note 4 : According to the recruitment policy of the Ministry of Health, in order to be eligible for the course of study in Nursing, the candidates should be a minimum of 4’10″ in height and should be physically fit enough to discharge duties attached to the post of Nurse. Candidates who wish to apply for Nursing should duly fill the Section 8 of the application indicating true and accurate information of height fir physical condition.
However, according to the recruitment policy of the Ministry of Health only 5% out of the total number of recruitments will be for male nurses.
In addition, candidates who wish to be considered for admission to the under mentioned courses of study should apply to the respective University to sit the Aptitude Test, to be conducted by the respective Universities. The relevant University will publish a press notice calling for applications to sit the Aptitude Test and the candidate may contact the Registrar of the respective University / Senior Assistant Registrar of the respective Institute for further details.
Course of Study
Arts (SP) – Mass Media
Management fir Information Technology
Fashion Design fir Product Development
Information fir Communication Technology
Arts (SP) – Performing Arts
Science & Technology
Computer Science & Technology
Entrepreneurship & Management
Art fir Design
Drama & Theatre *
Visual & Technological Arts
Tea Technology & Value Addition
Industrial Information Technology
Mineral Resources & Technology
Sports Science & Management
Aquatic Resources Technology
Palm and latex Technology & Value Addition
Hospitality, Tourism & Events Management
MRT – University of Moratuwa
KLN – University of Kelaniya
RUSL – Rajarata University of Sri Lanka
Vavuniya – Vavuniya Campus
UCSC – University of Colombo School of Computing
UJA – University of Jaffna
UWU – Uva Wellassa University of Sri Lanka
Sripalee – Sripalee Campus
SJP – University of Sri Jayewardenepura
SUSL – Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka
UVPA – University of the Visual & Performing Arts
RAFA – Ramanathan Academy of Fine Arts
SVIAS – Swami Vipulananda Institute of Aesthetic Studies
* The University of the Visual fir Performing Arts will conduct the subject oriented practical tests for Music, Dance, Drama fir Theatre and Visual Arts.
University Grants Commission publish University Admission book for an Academic Year 2013/2014 Distributing Agents
University Admission book Available in Below Book Shops in Colombo
S.Godage fir Brothers, 675, Maradana Road, Colombo 10.
Sadeepa Book Shop, 1060, Maradana Road, Borella, Colombo 08.
Vijitha Yapa Book Shop, 130, S.Dc.S. Jayasinghc Mw. Kohuwala Nugegoda.
Calling for applications from repeat candidates & those who failed in final year second semester examinations in Bachelor of Arts (general) or Bachelor of Arts (special) degree examinations
Applications from the repeat candidates sitting for the following Second Semester Examinations scheduled to be held in June/July 2014. Applications for Part A and Part B will be received from 22nd April to 02nd May 2014, Applications received after closing date will be rejected.
Applications relevant to the examinations of the Faculty of Science can be obtained from the office of the Faculty of Science & applications relevant to the other Faculties can be obtained from the Examinations Branch. All applications are available in University website: (www.kln.ac.lk)
Part A – Relevant Examinations in respect of all years
Bachelor of Arts (General) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Am (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Commerce (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Commerce (Entrepreneurship/Business Technology) (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Business Management (Accountancy/Human Resources Management / Marketing Management / Finance) (Special) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Science (General) Degree Examinations
Bachelor of Science (Special) Degree Examinations
Part B (Only for Faculty of Humanities of Social Sciences Students) Re-sit Examination for the Failed Course Units in the Final Year Second Semester
The results of the G.C.E. (O/L) Examination 2013 have already been dispatched to Principals of Schools and to private candidates.
Application for Re-scrutiny of results of the above Examination, prepared on a form (30cm x 20cm) in accordance with the specimen of application, should be sent by Registered Post to reach the ’’Commissioner General of Examinations, Evaluation (School Exams) Branch, National Evaluation and Testing Service, Department of Examinations, Pelawatta, Battaramulla’’ on or before 25.04.2014. Please indicate “Re-Scrutiny of Results (O/L) 2013” on the top left-hand corner of the envelope.
In Re-scrutiny the relevant answer scripts are examined fully by a number of members of the Re-Scrutiny Board. The purpose of Re-Scrutiny is to evaluate answers or part of answers not evaluated properly and to correct any errors in calculation. It is notified that as a result of Re-Scrutiny either an upward revision or a downward revision of marks and grade is possible.
Before sending the applications, please make sure and satisfy yourself that the particulars given in the applications are correct.
Please adhere to the following instructions in preparing the application form:
Applications of school candidates should be sent through Principals of their respective schools, and private candidates should send their applications directly to the above address by Registered Post.
Applications should be prepared according to the specimen form.
The fee for Re-Scrutiny per subject is Rs. 150/ – (Hundred and Fifty Rupees). This amount should be paid to a Post Office / Sub Post Office (separate receipt for each application) and the receipt obtained should be pasted firmly on the other side of the application. Please note down the number of the above receipt and keep it along with the postal registration receipt of the application. (It is advisable to keep a photocopy of the receipt for payment, if possible).
Money, Stamps, Cheques, Money Orders or Postal Orders will not be accepted.
A separate application should be sent in respect of each subject applied for:
The Index Number, Name of the Examination Centre, Subject, Subject Number, Medium and Grade obtained as indicated in the results sheet should be correctly entered.
Applications with incorrect or incomplete information, those sent after the closing date and applications without the prescribed fee will be rejected without any information. Fees paid in respect of rejected applications will not be refunded.
Commissioner General of Examinations,
Evaluation (School Exams) Branch National Evaluation & Testing Service,
Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka,
Private candidates should complete 1 to 7 only.
Application should be sent by Registered Post to reach the Commissioner General of Examinations, Evaluation (School Exams) Branch, National Evaluation & ‘lasting Service, Department of Examinations, Pelawatta, Battaramulla.
See below image for more information and specimen of calls G.C.E. (O/L) Examination 2013 Re-Scrutiny form
The TFL Training Institute organised French Language Courses by well experience lecturers in Colombo, Srilanka. The lecturers are well trained and key focus on the French Language speaking, listening and Understanding, writing.
The courses would be suitable for College or University students, Public sector, local, or provincial level employees, National or multinational company employees, those who wish to complement their knowledge of the French language, Tourism industry employees.
Courses will be starts from 17th April 2014 at 10.00 Am onwards at TFL Training Institute, Colombo 4. Or contact TFL Training Institute on 0114 282 939
The International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA), USA now offers the globally recognized series of supply chain qualifications in Sri Lanka. A unique Post Graduate Diploma that provides participants access to a cutting edge syllabus in line with international practices. Modules covered include:
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Manufacturing, Planning & Control
Logistics & Distribution Management
Supply Chain Project
Batch commencing – 22nd March 2014
Duration – One Year (Part time – Saturday only)
For information & to register call Mikal on 0777 528711
Internationally recognized and affordable UK Degrees at ICBT City Campus
BSc (HONS) in Software Engineering
This course is designed to develop your knowledge and expertise in the development of software. Primarily for computerized information systems; which will enable you to move into managerial and executive positions. The course provides an understanding and appreciation of the use of software in computers and it in present-day business
BSc (HONS) in Information Technology
The B.Sc honours information technology will provide you with an understanding of how it systems can be used to support the activities of a wide range of organisations you will learn how a modern enterprise works and how to use a wide range of technologies to support it’s operation.
The content is structured in ways that map explicitly on to modern technology and includes systems design. Application development in a modern industrial strength programming language, Network design and management Web-application development including both server and client side programming.
Eligibility for direct entry to final year for those with
HND in Computing + Systems Development
or any other equivalent qualification * (Will be consider by the University on APL basis)
For more information contact to ICBT City Campus 317 A, Galle Road, Colombo 4. or contact ICBT on 011 4869999 or see below image
Human resource is the most precious resource in any organization. It is the only resource that can command and control the other resources. The people factor for organizational performance is of extreme importance due to this reason.
Every manager is a people manager. Ensuring proper employee care will lead to better customer care. This program is all about strengthening the people management knowledge & skills among functional managers. It will systematically guide the participants to grasp what, why and how aspects of people management. In an era where people have become the key competitive advantage, such an enhancement of knowledge and skills with the required attitude is of utmost importance.
At the end of this Programme the Participant can:
Clearly describe the fundamentals of managing people
Cleverly apply several key tools to strengthen their people management skills
Committedly interact with others in collectively applying the people management practices
Evolution of HR
Why you need to become a people manager ?
Balancing results and relationships
Attributes of a people manager
Key workplace challenges
Commitment toward humane results
Personal plan for progress
Resource Person – Dr. Ajantha Dharmasiri
For registration or reservation contact to Franki: 0727-774-587 / Thilini: 0727-296-926
The Governing Board consisting of high ranking banking professionals having reviewed the new skills required for banking and finance businesses in the new economy decided to launch the following new academic programme in Applied Banking and Finance linked to a graduate programme with internship in banks and financial institutions to be introduced towards end of this year. New programme will provide theoretical and practical qualifications.
Intermediate in Applied Banking & Finance (IABF) (Level 1)
Survey of Financial System
Introduction to Banking & Financial Law
Optional Subjects (2 to be passed)
Principles of Economics
Non-Banking Financial Business
Financial Clients Management
Business Mathematics & Statistics
Diploma in Applied Banking & Finance (DABF) (Level 2)
Economics of Money & Monetary Policy
International Trade & Finance
Optional Subjects (3 to be passed)
Financial Institutions Management
Financial Markets Operations
Banking Courses for whom
Employees of Banks & Financial Institutions
Graduates and others with Professional Qualifications
Students qualified in A/L or equivalent (foreign)
Member enrolment fee:
23rd May 2014
Late application deadline :
10th June 2014
Annual subscription fee:
30th June 2014
19th April to mid September 2014
Weekends / Weekdays
Lecture fee for period:
Rs. 6,000 per subject
Rs. 7,000 per subject
12th April 2014
Examination Dates and Application forms
Rs. 2,500 per subject
Rs. 3,000 per subject
10th July 2014
Late application deadline:
24th July 2014
Late application fee for each above: 10%
For more details about this programme visit the IBSL website www.ibsl.lk
For further Inquires
Member Enrolment – 0115220330
Classes – 0115741616
Examination – 0115220330
Head Office – No 05, Milepost Avenue, Colombo 03.
College of Banking & Finance -1081, Maradana Rd, Colombo 06.
The Oxford College of Business invites applications from the ABE, CIM, CIMA ACCA OR EDEXCEL qualified students for the final year Bachelor Degree programmes for Top up with their professional qualification.
Bachelor of Business Administration – BA Accountancy
The three day Supervisory Development program designed and conducted by IPM, is a comprehensive and interactive learning experience geared to assist each participant in becoming a better and confident supervisor. Topics covered include the most-frequently mentioned supervisory training needs.
This three day training program will be a starting point of a long term supervisory skills development program of Supervisors and similar level of employees of private sector and government sector organizations.
Enhancing the confidence level of the Supervisors by educating them on basic supervisory knowledge and basic supervisory skills and encouraging them to develop ownership and responsibility for their supervisory effort for better results.
Supervisors also will be encouraged to continuously learn on areas relevant to them on supervisory management and to become effective and efficient supervisors in their organizations.
Power point presentations, readings, individual and group activities, brain storming sessions, group activities, video clips, and discussions.
Similar categories of employees of privates sector and public sector organizations
Bi lingual – (Medium will be Sinhalese and /or English depending on the participants’ language ability.)
All these concepts will be taught to suit the level of responsibility of participants so that they would understand these concepts in relation to their jobs. This learning will help them to understand the worth of their commitment, efforts and loyalty to the company.
20th / 28th March 2014 / 3rd April 2013
from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (inc.) ‘HR House”,
Special Corporate Discount: 05 or more participants: 10%
Facilitator: Mr. Mahendra Silva
He has over 15 years’ experience in Industrial Relations/Labour Law/Corporate Law/Employee Relations in eminent companies in Sri Lanka together with an international exposure in Industrial Relations and in the Trade Unionism with International Labour Organization (ILO).
To understand how vital their role is in projecting a professional, business-friendly image of themselves and the organization they work for
To establish standards of excellence which focus on developing exceptional customer service
To differentiate your company from others by going the extra mile with a personal touch
To implement a common service language to connect effectively with others through simple and clear communication
To improve customer satisfaction scores
To implement GMP: (Good Management Principle)
The ultimate truth – nature of customers
Spirit of attitude
Under pressure -watch your pulse
Branding through image building
Recipe for enchanting customers
Implement good management practices
Executives, sales personnel, customer service representatives and anyone in customer focused positions
Resource Person – Kanthi Basnayake
Kanthi Basnayake is a Corporate Trainer, Inspirational Speaker, and Behavioral Coach with several years’ exposure in training more than 1000 Individuals from various organizations in Sri Lanka and Maldives.
Kanthi has been personally trained and coached in various arenas by many internationally renowned trainers. Her trainings are exhaustive and Include mindset management and skill sets enhancement.
Venue: Taj Samudra
Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Date: 22nd March 2014
For more details contact SLIM now or call Franki: 0727-774-587 / Thilini: 0727-296-926 or see below image