Mar 23, 2012 (LBO) – Sri Lanka is to set up a school of business management with degree awarding status under the state-run National Institute of Business Management. “The National School of Business Management has been incorporated to conduct Degree Courses under the supervision of the National Institute of Business Management.”
The school will be set up on a 25-acre land at Homagama, Pitipana, south of the capital Colombo. The Cabinet of ministers this week approved the proposal made by Dullas Alahappperuma, Minister of Youth Affairs and Skills Development, a statement said.
“The Cabinet gave its approval to proceed with the establishment of National School of Business Management with degree awarding status,” it said.