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This Year 2020 , VTA New Professional Student Enrollment Has Increased to 50,000
VTA new chairman visiting to K-Tec
Mr. Vinod Munsinghe Appointed as Chairman in Ceylon-German Technical Training Institute Today
Annual transfers of skills development assistance and development officers will take effect from 2020-06-01
Mr. D M S Abhayagunawardena, a Special Grade Officer of Sri Lanka Administrative Service (SLAS) has assumed duties as the Secretary, Ministry of Skills Development and Labour Relations.
Hon. Minister, Mr. Dinesh Gunawardena assumed duties at the ministry on the 26th November 2019

Latest News & Events

  • President declares 2021 – 2030 the Decade of Skills Development President declares 2021 – 2030 the Decade of Skills Development
    Tuesday, July 14th, 2020

    Aims to ensure every student has access to higher education and reduce unskilled labour to 10% COLOMBO: President Gotabaya Rajapaksa […]

  • Skills Day 2020 Skills Day 2020
    Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

    In order to celebrate World Skills Day 2020, Ministry of Skills Development, Employment and Labour Relations have planned a series […]

  • E.O.I – Deadline Extended E.O.I – Deadline Extended
    Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

    Considering the current situation of the country, the Ministry Procurement committee has decided to Extend the E.O.I(Consultancy Services for Review […]

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