Advanced Technological Institute Jaffna A leading technological Institute in the Northern region welcomes you to witness a truly unique experience!.

ATI Jaffna is one of the leading institutes conducting Higher National Diplomas. It is governed by Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technological Education (SLIATE ) which is under the Ministry of Higher Education.

Entrance - Arranged for Annual software competition

The strength of being a government institute and the philosophy of providing quality education means that well recognized qualifications are being assured to both school leavers as well as to the employee to obtain subject knowledge and the practical knowledge necessary for both professional and personal development.

Lecturers' Day

It is functioning towards the target of offering best quality education in the fields of Information Technology, English, Management, Engineering and Accountancy.

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In the field of IT, Jaffna ATI caters to the students in offering a Higher National Diploma with Industrial training and the successful diplomats can work towards obtaining a degree in IT. They will be specialized in the tracks of the Developer, Administrator and Analyst.

The Higher National Diploma in English offers the students with the essential components to find a suitable job opportunity in the fields of English teaching, Journalism and Business English through specialization. Moreover, the course will mold the diplomats in improving their personality as well as professional life.

In the field of Accountancy, ATI caters to the students by offering a Higher National Diploma of four years that makes fully qualified persons in Accountancy. They will be under training during the final two years.

The Jaffna ATI looks forward to an exciting future and invites you to be a part of the journey towards success.

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