Dreamron College of Art and Beauty holds diploma convocation
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.
Dreamron Group of Companies Chairman Dr. Priyanka Perera