A ‘Nenasala’ wisdom outlet complete with modern facilities will be set up at the country’s third ‘Abhimansala’ Wellness Resort for disabled war heroes, says the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) .
The new Nenasala will go a long way in providing IT knowledge and facilities to war heroes turned ‘differently abled’ in their sacrifice for the country. ICTA is pleased to be instrumental in making this facility available to these war heroes on a par with all other citizens island-wide.
The third Abhimansala is scheduled to be launched by President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Pangolla in Ibbagamuwa in Kurunegala on Friday the 25th of this month.
Currently there are 765 Nenasalas set up island-wide under the 1000 Nenasala project, based on a concept of President Mahinda Rajapaksa for taking the benefits of ICT to all.
The name Abhimansala means ‘an abode to live with pride.' It is a place for war heroes rendered ‘differently abled’ by the war to regain their strengths and once again be a visible aspect of society.Views: 1015
තෙවන අභිමංසල සුව සහන මධ්යස්ථානය සඳහා ද නවීන පහසුකම්වලින් සමන්විත නැණසල මධ්යස්ථානයක් ස්ථාපිත කරන බව ශ්රී ලංකා තොරතුරු හා සන්නිවේදන තාක්ෂණ නියෝජිතායතනය (ICTA) පවසයි.Views: 1161
Three Nenasalas (wisdom outlets) were set up recently (20th March) for increasing the information and communication technology knowledge of youth and schoolchildren of low income families in the Colombo District.
The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) said that these Nenasalas were set up in Slave Island, Ketawalamulla an Maligawatte in Colombo .
The launch of these Nenasalas took place under the patronage of Telecommunication and Information Technology Minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya, Senior Minister for Urban Affairs A. H. M. Fowzie and MP Tilanga Sumatipala.
Participating in the inauguration Telecommunication and Information Technology Minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya said that the current Government’s goal was to provide information and communication technology facilities to all whatever be the race, religion, party or social status as rich or poor one belonged to.Views: 1882
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A rural ‘Nenasala’ operator from Sri Lanka bagged the best tele-centre manager award at the recently concluded Global Telecenter Awards in Spain.
The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) held the National Nenasala Felicitation Gold Award 2013 - the Nenasala Pranama Swarna Sammana - recently. The aim of the felicitation event was to give d