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ICT CENTRE

The development of strong information technology has emerged as an important part of the graduate studies at the Department of Accountancy (DoA). DoA is committed to enhance the quality of teaching with the use of computer software applications to meet the existing requirements of education. Besides all students are encouraged to improve their information and communication technology skills which will be uplift careers own
career progress in the means of soft skills. As per the students’ need, DoA ICT centre has excellent computer facilities where students can access to university network and to the internet. The open access computer lab is opened for all DoA students during the days and in some circumstances it is opened throughout night. DoA students are given guidance on MS Word, Ms Excel, Ms Powerpoint, Ms Access, Email, Internet, SPSS, Eviews and Accounting Packages such as MYOB, Quick Books and Sage 50 Accounts in relevant semesters.

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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft as it dove through the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring on April 26, the first of 22 such encounters before it will plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere in September.

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The recording starts with the patter of a summer squall. Later, a drifting tone like that of a not-quite-tuned-in radio station rises and for a while drowns out the patter. These are the sounds encountered by.

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft as it dove through the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring on April 26, the first of 22 such encounters before it will plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere in September.

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The recording starts with the patter of a summer squall. Later, a drifting tone like that of a not-quite-tuned-in radio station rises and for a while drowns out the patter. These are the sounds encountered by.

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft as it dove through the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring on April 26, the first of 22 such encounters before it will plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere in September.

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Faculty of Commerce & Management Studies,

University of Kelaniya,

Kelaniya 11600,

 Sri Lanka.

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