Sri Lanka: Private sector support for English Language conference

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Mon Jul 28 18:33:34 UTC 2008

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The Sunday Times

Private sector support for English Language conference

State and private sector banks and leading private sector companies
have joined hands with the Ministry of Education to promote English
Language teaching in Sri Lanka by supporting teacher professional
They are supporting the 5th International SLELTA (Sri Lanka English
Language Teachers' Association) conference to be held at the National
Instutute of Education (NIE), Maharagama from August 7 to 10. SLELTA,
is a voluntary, non-profit association set up for the professional
development of English teachers in Sri Lanka. Its current President is
Dr., Hemamala Ratwatte, Senior Lecturer in English at the Open
University of Sri Lanka, SLELTA officials said.

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