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Microsoft Unlimited Potential Partnership together with HSBC empowers youth across the nation - Marks yet another significant milestone-

HSBC, together with Microsoft Sri Lanka announced the successfully completion of an IT scholarship programme which sought to train youth in several parts of the country with basic IT skills. The project was launched earlier this year and 500 scholarships were handed out to deserving youth in the Northern, Western, Eastern and Southern provinces to empower them in Information Technology. The project was implemented through Microsoft’s ongoing Unlimited Potential Partnership (UPP) programme.

Microsoft Unlimited Potential Partnership together with HSBC empowers youth across the nation - Marks yet another significant milestone-

Photo 1: (L-R) Mr. Bandula Nissanka - Programme Manager, USAID ; Mr. Sriyan de Silva Wijeyeratne - Country Manager, Microsoft Sri Lanka; Mr. Nick A. Nicolaou - Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Sri Lanka and Maldives; Dr. Bandu Ranasinghe - Chairman, IDM ; Mr. Anuruddha Edirisinghe - CEO, Inforshare Guarantee Ltd.at the UPP programme initiation event.

Microsoft Unlimited Potential Partnership together with HSBC empowers youth across the nation - Marks yet another significant milestone-

Photo 2 - The batch of scholarship winners from Jaffna and their trainers, along with representatives from HSBC, at the handing over ceremony