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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2706

Highest record CIMA pass outs in Sri Lanka

By Quintus Perera – Asian Tribune

Colombo, 07 August, ( Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), announced the highest ever number to complete TOPCIMA in Sri Lanka at a single diet, where 301 students successfully completed the final examination at the May 2009 diet.

The results of the May examination are a 17% increase over 2008 November Examination. This increase encourages tuition providers and also a boost to the corporate world who seeks CIMA qualified management personnel.

Bradley Emerson, Regional Director, South Asia and Middle East, speaking on the growing success of students in Sri Lanka, specially mentioned the CIMA tuition providers who are probably the best for their commitment in preparing the students for this global examination.

Sri Lanka pass rates at the recent exams showed a 60% increase when compared with previous exam diets and the pass rate of the final TOP CIMA paper has improved to 51% from 49% at the last exam diet.

CIMA has an online dedicated area for student support, full of tips and advice for exam success in the official student section of the website. The site consists of student guides and post-exam guides which focus on performance in all past papers.

In addition to the student e-magazine Velocity, which gives students support, advice and guidance to help them through the exams and in their career progression,, the only CIMA-endorsed online resources, are now available for all levels of the CIMA qualification – Certificate, Managerial.

The Sri Lanka Division supports students with a well facilitated library and study hall facilities for 250 students. During the examinations the divisional library is kept opened every day including public holidays, from 7 am to 9 pm.

- Asian Tribune -

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