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Commercial Credit continues to empower the ‘Future Minds 2017’ exhibition organised by the Nalanda College Junior Old Boys Association for the 12th consecutive year.  
Aptly themed ‘No One Left Behind,’ this national higher education and career exhibition is held annually in three main cities targeting a number of students who wish to pursue the global trend in achieving a 
higher education. 
‘Future Minds’ had a hugely successful run at the BMICH Colombo from June 16 to 18 with the stalls and information centres being patronised by thousands of visitors. 
Subsequently, the event drew large crowds, as it always does, to the Kandy KCC on June 24th and 25th. Thereafter, it will be held at the Galle Town Hall from September 9th and 10th.  
 “As the official sponsor we are proud to be associated with this national educational initiative for the past twelve years. This mammoth venture is the portal to a secure tomorrow for our youth which is considered the backbone of our country. Future Minds has continued to guide the youngsters by providing numerous options to choose from. Through Commercial Credit the many underprivileged students are further facilitated by a loan scheme which provides financial assistance to further their educational aspirations,” said Commercial Credit’s Chief Operating Officer Rajiv 
Casie Chitty.  
“With this exhibition our aim is to provide a platform for students to achieve a world class education, with the intention of achieving their dream careers. These exhibitions are an invaluable platform for all those who are involved in the educational sector to communicate among each other. This further enables students to plan their future effectively. 
Higher education is a pre-requisite to securing a lucrative job in a competitive world and students are often mislead by the numerous advertising campaigns that lead to a cul-de-sac. Future Minds, sets the benchmark for prospective students to ensure the validity and authenticity of the institutions and programmes available,” said President of the Nalanda Junior OBA 
Chathura Lakindhu.

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