Graduateship programme in chemistry for the 34th year

The very successful and popular Graduateship Programme in Chemistry that is producing well over 40% of Sri lanka's Special Degree level Chemists is iow registering prospective students for the 34 th successive year. This programme which is conducted by the College of Chemical Sciences of the Institute of Chemstry Ceylon has produced over 800 Graduate Chemists over the past three decades and is well recognized and accepted both for employment and registration for higher degrees in all parts of the world.

Professor J N Oleap Fernando, Honorary Rector of the College states in a media release that early registration will enable the lowest possible cost which happens to be the lowest available for any such degree level programme in any part of the world.THe programme is conducted by experts in the field without any delays and has turned out to be an important and characteristic milestone in the tertiary educationbal scenario of Sri lanka.

Further information about the programme can be obtained by calling over at the College Headquarters at Adamantane House, 341/22, Kotte Road, Rajagiriya (near post office) on any day (including weekends and holidays) or by accessing the website from which all necessary information and the application form can be downloaded free of charge.

Prospective students can also attend the Exhibition CHEMEX2 and Open Day events that are being held from Novemebr 24-26 at the above mentioned premises where the wonders and applications of Chemistry will be shown to a wider audience together with Informative stalls and exhibits , Chemistry Magic Shows, Training Seminars and Debating Competitions etc.This evenyt is open to the public and is specially directed towards school children.

Mr N I N S Nadarasa

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