|Sri Lankan Dilshani Gunawardena wins CIMA World Prize|
|Thursday, 05 March 2009|
By Quintus Perera - Asian Tribune
Colombo (Asiantribune.com): An old girl of Museus College and a first year undergraduate of the Colombo University, Ms Dilshani Gunawardena is the latest Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) World Prize Winner for Finance Accounting and Tax Principals at the examinations held last November.
Dilshani is one of the many world prize winners to emerge from Sri Lanka in the past year and has brought her country pride while reinforcing the importance of the CIMA qualification among those looking to reach new heights in their future careers.
She said that it is the careful time management and a strict schedule which allowed her to balance university and CIMA and keep her marks good. She’s got about a year more to go before completing CIMA, and armed with this globally renowned qualification and a university degree, she hopes to get involved in the stock market.
Ms Gunawardena believes CIMA opens up career opportunities to students like no other qualification in the same field can.
CIMA prides itself on the commercial relevance of its syllabus, which is in tune with the activities of high performance organizations, and evolves continually to reflect the latest developments in global business. According to independent research conducted by the University of Bath School of Management, CIMA's syllabus and examination structure are the most relevant to the needs of business of all the accountancy bodies assessed.
- Asian Tribune -
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