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NDB Bank embarks on 'Jeevana' to enhance hospitality trade

At a recently concluded event in Tangalle, the third group of 31 students were enrolled under the NDB Jeevana Livelihood Development Scheme, in hotel operations, in association with the International Hotel School, Mt Lavinia Hotel.

The initiation of the Jeevana Program in Tangalle is in response to the high demand for trained staff in the hospitality trade in the South.

Tangalle is an important tourism location, widely known for its tranquil, beaches and unique eco system. With the surrounding bay, Tangalle is densely populated with boutique hotels and beaches used for water sports.

The number of hotels being built in the area is increasing at a rapid pace to cater to the increasing number of tourists that are visiting Tangalle and its surrounding areas.

 

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