Sri Lanka: Kilinochchi’s number one year five student recognized by Aviva NDB
Senior regional manager, Aviva NDB Insurance, T Sivakumaran, presented a cash gift together with a Higher Education Scholarship certificate to Nishanth Hamsikan of St Theresa Maha Vidyalaya, who was ranked first in Kilinochchi in the year five scholarship examination in 2010. He obtained 175 marks to top the batch.
The company presents scholarship certificates to all the students who top the batch in each of the 25 districts in Sri Lanka. They start receiving the scholarship when they are successful at GCE O/L and enter A/L. The principal and teachers also received certificates of recognition from Aviva NDB Insurance for their commendable role in motivating the student.
Aviva is the world’s sixth largest* insurance group, serving over 53 million customers across Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Aviva’s main business activities are long-term savings, fund management and general insurance, with worldwide total sales of £47.1 billion and funds under management of £402 billion at 31 December 2010. Aviva is the largest insurance services provider in the UK and one of the leading providers of life and pensions products in Europe.
* based on gross worldwide premiums at 31 December 2010
About NDB Bank
NDB Group is one of the largest financial conglomerates in Sri Lanka, operating regionally in Maldives and Bangladesh. The group offers project finance, corporate banking, SME lending, retail banking, investment banking, stock broking, wealth management and insurance solutions under one roof.
NDB Bank has a AA (lka) rating by Fitch Ratings Lanka and is amongst the best in the industry reflecting the bank’s strong financial profile in terms of its capital base, profitability and asset quality. NDB Bank is one of the highest capitalised private sector commercial banks in Sri Lanka.
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