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‘CINEC Aviation’ inaugurated

CINEC, known for its involvement in educational activities within the Naval sector, has expanded its reach into the aviation sector. On 23 January, the inauguration of the ‘CINEC Aviation’ educational centre took place with Minister of Ports, Shipping and Aviation Nimal Siripala de Silva as the chief guest.

In its initial phase, the ‘CINEC Aviation’ Institute is set to commence two three-month courses, with a unique focus on Air Host and Airport and Ground Operations. Thirty students have been recruited for these courses, and the CINEC Aviation Institute plans to provide both local and foreign job opportunities to successful graduates.

Minister Siripala de Silva, emphasised the importance of nurturing philosophers, entrepreneurs, and decision-makers among the youth to contribute to the nation’s development. He acknowledged the government’s commitment, under the leadership of President Ranil Wickremesinghe, to implementing new higher education programmes.

Minister Silva expressed gratitude to CINEC University for its dedicated efforts in advancing higher education in Sri Lanka. The minister emphasised President Ranil Wickremesinghe’s vision of guiding the country’s youth toward the right path. He stressed the need for collaboration between the government and the private sector in expanding educational activities, allowing the country’s education system to reach a broader audience. The minister highlighted that the government alone cannot solely drive the country’s economic growth, emphasising the importance of facilitating and regulating business activities in the private sector.

The ceremony was attended by Minister of Education Susil Premajayantha, Air Force Commander Air Marshal Udeni Rajapakse, Chairman of CINEC Ajith Peiris, Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe, Senior Consultant of CINEC Campus and many distinguished guests.

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