An Educator Talk Show l Mr. Bandula Egodage & Mr. Gamindu Hemachandra l Trailer

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Bandula Egodage – බන්දුල එගොඩගේ

Mr. Bandula who started his career at Nestlé in 1986, and he is the Vice President – Corporate & Regulatory Affairs for Nestlé and has over 35 years of international experience. and few days before he was appointed as the Chairman of the Commercial Credit and Finance PLC., apart from that He was the Chairman of the Export Development Board, National Packaging Center, Development Holdings Pvt. Ltd and a Director of the Sri Lanka Gem & Jewlery Authority, Director of Coconut Research Institute, Trade Finance & Investments PLC, and Ceyline Group. He has also headed multiple trade delegations and been a panelist at several international trade forums. He is the current Chairman of the Industrial Association, the apex body of Sri Lanka’s industries and manufacturing companies, an Executive Member of the Sri Lanka Maldives Business Council and a Member of the Swiss Business Circle.

Gamindu Hemachandra – ගාමිඳු හේමචන්ද්‍ර

Mr. Gamindu has 21 years of experience in higher education, which includes, over 14 years of teaching experience in Software Engineering, Software Design and Software Architecture. He has headed the School of Computing at the Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT), was the Deputy Director of the Local Technical Secretariat for APIIT, IRQUE (Improving Relevance & Quality of Undergraduate Education) Project by the World Bank, the Chairman of the Academic Staff Development Committee at APIIT and the Head of Academic Development and Quality Enhancement at APIIT. He has been a resource person for the Higher Education for the Twentieth Century, World Bank Project of the Ministry of Higher Education Sri Lanka. He has been trained in quality assurance by the QAA, UK. Mr. Gamindu graduated with a First Class Honours in Physics from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.