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Industrial and trade exhibitions
« on: September 10, 2006, 10:53:53 PM »
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MONERAGALA: The second in a series of Vo-Tec 2006 Industrial and Trade Exhibitions organised by the Vocational and Technical Training Ministry to create a new trend in the technical training sector in accordance with the Mahinda Chintanaya will be held at the Moneragala Technical College from September 12 to 16.

These exhibitions planned on a concept of Vocational and Technical Training Minister Piyasena Gamage is aimed to offer encouragement to youth undergoing training in institutions under the Ministry purview and divert school leavers towards vocational training programmes, a Ministry release said yesterday.

These exhibitions will help educate people especially youth on the National Vocational Qualification System and divert trained youth towards the industrial and self-employment sectors.

They will also showcase the products and talents of technically trained youth to popularise them among the rural sector.

The release said the exhibitions will also educate the people about the activities of the nine Higher Technical Colleges on the basis of one in each province and the proposed Vocational Technology University which will begin academic activities in 2007.

All institutions under the purview of the Vocational and Technical Training Ministry, the BOI and institutions under the purview of several ministries as well as the SLAF will participate in the exhibition.

The first in the series of Vo-Tec Exhibitions was held at the Beliatte Technical College from June 12 to 16.
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