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To become logistics hub, SL needs to develop human capital: Maritime professionals
If Sri Lanka is to achieve its goal of becoming a global logistics and maritime hub, the Government must introduce trade and transport as a subject at school and university levels and the industry must help remove any stigma associated with working in logistics, a panel of maritime professionals said last week.
In a panel discussion on addressing human resources challenges in the logistics sector at the Sri Lanka Human Capital Summit 2016, industry heavyweights opined that it is up to the Government as well as the industry to bring about policy changes and identify key competencies required to position Sri Lanka as a logistical hub by developing local talent
PM hands over outline of changes to education and employment law
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe hands over a token and outline of the proposed changes to the education and employment law to Dinesh Weerakkody, Chairman of the National Human Resources Development Council and Chief Organiser of the Sri Lanka Human Capital Summit at its inauguration last week. Prime Minister Wickremesinghe noted that the current National Human Resource Development Council of Sri Lanka would be converted into an agency to assist the Government to address the structural failures of job supply. Visiting Indian Minister Ram Rao is also present