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Leadership training to begin tomorrow

The first stage of the Leadership Training programme for undergraduates will begin tomorrow, and it will not be postponed for any reason, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Higher Education, P.G. Jayasinghe, said.

Ceylontoday, 2012-12-26 19:27:00
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Leadership training to begin tomorrow

The first stage of the Leadership Training programme for undergraduates will begin tomorrow, and it will not be postponed for any reason, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Higher Education, P.G. Jayasinghe, said.

The first batch among the 10,000 students, who successfully got through the 2011 A/L examinations, will begin their training tomorrow, the Higher Education Ministry said. The training will continue until 12 January, and the second batch will begin the training from 16 January and continue until 1 February. The final batch is to undergo the training programme from 12 to 28 February.

The students can find out whether they have been selected for the first round of training by logging into www.leadership.mohe.gov.lk.

The name list of the students who will be selected for the second batch will be made available from the second week of January. (Ceylon Today Online)

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