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The IT industry is slowly recovering. And so is demand for IT pros. But the job market for IT professionals has also gone through some rapid changes with private universities churning out hundreds of graduates.
A shortage of skilled professionals is no longer a problem for the industry, which has now become very picky, on who they choose to hire.rn

rnStill for the bright IT sparks of the Moratuwa University opportunities are abundant.rn

rnThe computer science faculty of the Moratuwa University could be compared to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US.rn

rnThis is where the cream of the countrys technology graduates come from. rnSachintha is on the final lap of his undergraduate studies at the university. rn

rnLike his friends Sachintha has already landed a job before graduating. Something rare for students coming out of the local university system.rn

rnldblquote Normally we are offered about Rs. 30,000. Some even go up to Rs. 60,000,
dblquote says Sachinth