A key issue worries a significant youth population in Sri Lanka, is the difficulty to find a suitable job to meet their expectations. The long term goal should be to create jobs, but if somebody at least helps others to find proper employment opportunities that itself is commendable. We hope the other politicians too follow the Lyceum example, and conduct job fairs rather than pushing their supporters to positions within government ruing the system.Â
This news item from today’s Daily Mirror.Â
â€œVirekiyawen-Rekiyawakataâ€ the annual job fair organized by the Lyceum International School in collaboration with the Mohan Lal Grero Foundation will be held on September 8, 2007 from 8.00 a.m. at the Lyceum International School premises in Nugegoda,
The fair is organized to introduce academically and technically qualified job seekers of Mohan Lal Grero Foundation, Youth School, Vocational Training Centre, Lyceum International School and job seekers in the Colombo District. All job seekers are invited to attend this job fair.
This job fair will be free to all who seek jobs as well as for the firms who are willing to offer jobs.
Free guidance will also be offered to the youths to select jobs most suitable for them.
Those who are seeking for jobs in the western province can call over at this Job Fair on Saturday at 8.00 a.m. at the Lyceum, International School, 3/1, Raymond Road, Nugegoda with their Bio-data, photo copies of educational qualifications and National Identity Card. For more Information please call on (011)Â 4306713 or E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Source:http://www.dailymirror.lk/2007/09/05/news/12.aspevil under the sun divx online