"Nature Force" Project Powered by DMM

Manusath Derana "Nature Force" Project Powered by DMM Alumni

Joining hands with Manusath Derana "Nature Force" Project, the Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya initiated a tree plantation project in the University on 22nd March 2017 with the participation of newly appointed vice chancellor Prof. D.M. Semasinghe.  Head of the Department of Marketing Management Dr. Ajith Medis, Director of Suitable Development Center Dr. U.P.K Epa, Manusath Derana Project Chairman Mr. Mahesh Jayawardena and other distinguish guests.

 

According to the third phase of one million tree plantation project , it would be a community-wide initiative to inspire all the universities to plant trees at the University premises and the initiative has been taken by Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya to coordinate and implement this project across all the national universities in Sri Lanka.

Joining hands with Manusath Derana "Nature Force" Project, the Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya initited a tree plantation project in the University on 22nd March 2017 with the participation of newly appointed vice chancellor Prof. D.M. Semasinghe.  Head of the Department of Marketing Management Dr. Ajith Medis, Director of Suitable Development Center Dr. U.P.K Epa, Manusath Derana Project Chairman Mahesh Jayawardena and other distinguish guests.

According to the third phase of one million tree plantation project , it would be a community-wide initiative to inspire all the universities to plant trees at the University premises and the initiative has been taken by Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya to coordinate and implement this project across all the national universities in Sri Lanka.Joining hands with Manusath Derana "Nature Force" Project, the Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya initited a tree plantation project in the University on 22nd March 2017 with the participation of newly appointed vice chancellor Prof. D.M. Semasinghe. Head of the Department of Marketing Management Dr. Ajith Medis, Director of Suitable Development Center Dr. U.P.K Epa, Manusath Derana Project Chairman Mahesh Jayawardena and other distinguish guests.

According to the third phase of one million tree plantation project , it would be a community-wide initiative to inspire all the universities to plant trees at the University premises and the initiative has been taken by Alumni Association of Department of Marketing Management, University of Kelaniya to coordinate and implement this project across all the national universities in Sri Lanka.

 

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