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The second stage of the fourth phase of the training programme to develop ‘Leadership Qualities and Positive Thinking’ in undergraduates would commence tomorrow (4), Minister S.B. Dissanayake confirmed at a meeting with his officials recently.
He said however that Muslim students, who were celebrating the Hajji Festival, could report on October 7 after going for prayers to their respective camps. They should report to the respective camp on this date.
The first stage of the training was successfully completed on September 26 with 7030 students taking part in the programme at 19 camps across the country. The second stage would be get underway tomorrow (4) with 9215 students being accommodated at 20 Army, Navy and Air Force camps across the country.


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