Training of graduates to begin in May
The Election Commission has informed that the training for graduates who have already received letters of appointment can begin training during the 1st week of May.
The Ministry of Public Administration believes training could commence as early as the 4th of May.
The Election Commission recently called for the suspension of the training of graduates until the conclusion of the General Election.
Several members of the National Centre for Graduates held talks with the Election Commission last evening.
Speaking to media subsequently Convenor of the Centre Chandana Sooriyaarachchi said the Chairman advised that all graduates who received letters of appointment must report to relevant places of service, inform the head of the institution via a letter that they reported to work and to obtain a copy of the letter.
(Source: News Radio)
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I thought when a graduate come from a University he is well trained to perform the duties according to the field he studied.
Majority of unemployed graduates studied subjects like History and Mahavamsa for 3 years.
They cannot even do a peon’s job in Govt !
Guys, In sociology it says ” to get a job you need qualifications, but to do a job you don’t need qualifications’. All most in all jobs you need a training or an internship.
Andrada But those who studied Maths, Science, and engineering are cleaning toilets and sweeping roads in foreign countries.
But if they have a very good knowledge of English they can get a staff officer’s job in the private sector