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How to Enroll

Full time courses

Student Enrollment Procedure

  • Annually the intake for full-time training courses will be published by the Government Gazette Notification and public newspapers probably in April/May after release of G.C.E. (O/L) results from the Department of Examination.
  • The application on form, as per the specimen application therein, should be sent under the registered cover to reach the Manager – Human Resources & Administration, Ceylon German Technical Training Institute, No. 582, Galle Road, Mount Lavinia before the dead line mentioned.
  • Applicant will be selected on the results of the written examination, aptitude test and an interview.

Further details regarding a student admission can be obtained from the Manager - Human Resources & Administration.

Course fees:

No fees will be charged for fulltime courses.

Part time courses

The Part-Time Training Scheme functions as an extra training activity in the institute after normal working hours. 37 short term courses of 1 to 6 months durations are conducted in evenings and weekends under this scheme.

Student Enrollment Procedure

Applications are called three times per year (February, June, October)

03 months before commencement of the courses a paper advertisement will be published in the local news papers. Those who are interested can apply according to the specimen application form provided.

Application forms can be obtained from the CGTTI Registrar's office, or downloaded from the Institute’s website.

Selection will be done by an interview.

Course fees:

Fees are levied from the participants as mentioned under each course.  (Course fees are changed time to time.  Please verify the correct course fee from the Registrars Office)

Course fees:
Fees are levied from the participants as mentioned under each course.  (Course fees are changed time to time.  Please verify the correct course fee from the Registrars Office)
Last Updated ( Sunday, 20 March 2011 05:25 )