ladies college vocational training centre

the vocational training centre of sri lanka muslim women’s conference is an institution registered under the tertiary and vocational education commission under the registration no.p01/0759. the training given enables them to enhance their talent and skills to empower them economically and encourage to be self supportive. " it was in 1975 when i was appointed to be principal of muslim ladies’ college that the idea of an umbrella organization was born. these organizations were working very effectively in the social and welfare areas of the society but it was felt that they should widen their activities and extend a wider outreach into areas in the present context.

ladies college vocational training center

vocational courses are primarily designed in such a way that they impart a thorough application-based study wherein theoretical concepts of a field are not studied independently, but are subordinated to the understanding of techno-operational aspects of specific jobs. a wide variety of business, technical and vocational courses are offered in these colleges. the ladies department of the church organised these courses in catering, tailoring and designing. vocational courses.

ladies college vocational training center courses

vocational courses are primarily designed in such a way that they impart a thorough application-based study wherein theoretical concepts of a field are not studied independently, but are subordinated to the understanding of techno-operational aspects of specific jobs. a wide variety of business, technical and vocational courses are offered in these colleges. the ladies department of the church organised these courses in catering, tailoring and designing. vocational courses.

ladies college vocational centre

the vocational training centre of sri lanka muslim women’s conference is an institution registered under the tertiary and vocational education commission under the registration no.p01/0759. to uplift the status of women economically, socially, morally, to improve and assist women by paving the way for a successful future. " it was in 1975 when i was appointed to be principal of muslim ladies’ college that the idea of an umbrella organization was born. these organizations were working very effectively in the social and welfare areas of the society but it was felt that they should widen their activities and extend a wider outreach into areas in the present context.