In 2017, the Sri Lankan government launched the first government postgraduate college for Women (GPCW) in the country.
It was funded by a loan from the U.S. Department of Education, and was open to women who want to work in a government or government-affiliated organization.
The government’s postgraduate education program was a part of the 2016-2017 National Women’s Policy.
But in 2018, the government announced it would cut the GPCW program by 25 percent.
The GPCYW is the government’s first government-funded postgraduate institution for women.
It offers full tuition, financial aid, health care and career development.
It has about 700 students and is located in the city of Pudukottai.
The program’s graduates also go on to study at government universities across the country, where they also receive support from the government.
In 2018, GPCWs were the most popular postgraduate program in the nation, according to a study from The Associated Press.
In 2017 and 2018, about half of GPCWW students earned a master’s degree, according the report.
There were also more female applicants in the program.
The 2018 results also show that women are making significant gains in the job market.
In terms of employment, women earned an average of more than a third of all GPCWS graduates between 2019 and 2020.
For the first time, women were also making a bigger jump in the labor force.
In 2019, they accounted for 29 percent of all the people working in government and public service, according a report from the National Employment Survey (NES).
Women were also significantly more likely to work outside the home.
In 2020, women made up a quarter of all workers in the private sector and one-third of all private-sector workers in private sector firms.
But, in 2019, the percentage of women working in private- and public-sector jobs in the U