Picture caption: Winner of the First in Order of Merit Prize and seven subject prize winners with CA Sri Lanka President Mr. Jagath Perera and Vice President Mr. Manil Jayesinghe. Council Member Mr. Dulitha Perera, CEO Ms. Dulani Fernando and Secretary Mr. Prasanna Liyanage.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka), recently awarded certificates to eight aspiring Chartered Accountants who excelled at the Business & Corporate Level exam in June 2019.
Business Level student Ruhan Ranajitha was adjudged First in Order of Merit Prize, while five other students won subject prizes for the Business Level and two students won subject prizes for Corporate Level.
Subject Prize Winners – Business & Corporate Level
- Business Financial Reporting subject prize winner – Sathyanar Surendran
- Business Management Accounting subject winner – Akila Nisal
- Business Taxation and Law subject prize winner – Mohamed Ijaz
- Business Assurance, Ethics and Audit subject prize winner – Maryam Mohideen
- Business Value Creation subject prize winner – Pavani Jayarathne
- Corporate Finance & Risk Management subject prize winner – Kushmi Mudara
- Corporate Taxation subject prize winner – Sandani Vithanage
The certificate awards ceremony was held under the patronage of CA Sri Lanka President Mr. Jagath Perera and Vice President Mr. Manil Jayesinghe. Council Member Mr. Dulitha Perera, CEO Ms. Dulani Fernando and Secretary Mr. Prasanna Liyanage were also present at the event.
Chartered Accountants produced by CA Sri Lanka are recognized as dynamic business leaders, due to their multi-faceted technical skills and unique business acumen which helps them lead businesses across any industry successfully. For over 60 years, CA Sri Lanka has produced exceptionally talented accounting professionals who also lead businesses not just in Sri Lanka but also overseas. Chartered Accountants are not only essential for proper financial management, but they sit at the nerve centre of any business organisation and add strategic insight and value to the development of the organisation which gives accountants that all-important edge for career progression across the corporate world. Students with a minimum of 3 simple passes at the GCE Advanced Level exam can register for the CA Sri Lanka programme in Chartered Accounting, which is also recognized internationally and has been compared to a Master’s Degree standard according to the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) of United Kingdom. The CA programme also offers two early exit routes, apart from its benchmark qualification as an Associate Chartered Accountant.