Dream­ron Col­lege of Art and Beauty holds diploma con­vo­ca­tion

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The Dream­ron Col­lege of Art and Beauty, a mem­ber of Dream­ron Group of Com­pa­nies, held its an­nual diploma con­vo­ca­tion cer­e­mony at the Ban­daranaike Me­mo­rial In­ter­na­tional Con­fer­ence Hall (BMICH) in Colombo re­cently.

More than 750 stu­dents stepped into the highly com­pet­i­tive beauty industry as in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed pro­fes­sion­als upon grad­u­a­tion at the glit­ter­ing cer­e­mony.

The pro­gramme is the brain­child of Dream­ron Group of Com­pa­nies Chair­man Dr. Priyanka Per­era and this time it was the ninth batch of pro­fes­sion­als pro­duced by the group to the Sri Lankan pro­fes­sional beauty care industry.

The cer­e­mony was held un­der the pa­tron­age of Skills Devel­op­ment and Vo­ca­tional Train­ing Min­is­ter Chandima Weer­akkody and Deputy Min­is­ter Karunarathna Paranavithana, while a host of dis­tin­guished guests, in­clud­ing well­known fig­ures in the coun­try’s beauty industry such as Pre­masiri He­wawasam, Ramzi Ra­haman, Bernie Bala­suriya, Hasini Gu­nasekara, Thi­lak de Silva, Lal Weeras­inghe, Dhanushi Pre­maratne and many oth­ers.

Pop­u­lar artists Bhatiya and San­thush, Chan­dana Wick­ra­mas­inghe dance group also added more colour and glam­our to the event.

An­other no­table seg­ment in the an­nual grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony was the award pre­sen­ta­tion to the bridal dresser of the year, most out­stand­ing stu­dent of the year and the most out­stand­ing branch, in which the win­ners were pre­sented with valu­able cer­tifi­cates and all the equip­ment needed to start their own beauty sa­lon, help­ing them kick-start their ca­reers right away.

Lo­cated in Ma­haragama, the Dream­ron Col­lege of Art and Beauty has a large branch net­work around the is­land in­clud­ing Ne­gombo, Galle, Ku­rune­gala and Kandy, keep­ing up with its pledge to cre­ate ca­reers while en­sur­ing that those en­ter­ing the industry have re­li­able, the most up to date in­for­ma­tion and are able to handle all mod­ern-day chal­lenges.

The in­sti­tu­tion is af­fil­i­ated to City & Guild and also recog­nised by the Ter­tiary and Vo­ca­tional Ed­u­ca­tion Com­mis­sion (TVEC) and Na­tional Ap­pren­tice and In­dus­trial Train­ing Au­thor­ity (NAITA).

The stu­dents at the Dream­ron Col­lege of Art and Beauty also have a big­ger op­por­tu­nity to make their ca­reer path more suc­cess­ful, fol­low­ing the recog­ni­tion the in­sti­tute has re­ceived from Vic­to­ria Univer­sity in Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia, where they will be able to con­tinue higher stud­ies re­lated to beauty industry.

The group also has plans drafted to start Sri Lanka’s first gov­ern­ment-ap­proved Beauty Univer­sity in 2010 with the aim of tak­ing the coun­try’s stu­dents to a whole new level. The an­nual grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony was made a huge suc­cess thanks to the ef­forts of Dream­ron Group of Com­pa­nies, Dr. Priyanka Per­era, Direc­tress Nisha Per­era, Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer Chanaka Kep­peti­walana, Fi­nance Direc­tor Se­narath Deven­dra as well as all staff mem­bers of the group.

At­ten­tive au­di­ence

Dream­ron Group of Com­pa­nies Chair­man Dr. Priyanka Per­era

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