VCs of State Unis accept govt. solution on SAITM

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The Vice Chancellors of all State universities have accepted a series of proposals submitted by a committee selected by President Maithripala Sirisena to address the issues surrounding the SAITM.   
VCs of State 

Issuing a statement, the Vice Chancellors requested students to return to their lectures immediately as a positive atmosphere had been created for medical students of government universities to continue their education and clinical training.   


“The Committee of Vice Chancellors decided to release this statement having thoroughly considered the harm that has been done to the health sector of the country due to the refusal of students to undertake their academic work at all State medical faculties during the past few months as well as the uncertainty caused as a result of it on their futures,” the statement, that was signed by the following Vice Chancellors read-Prof. Ranjith Wijewardana of the Rajarata University, Prof. Lakshman Dissanayake-University of Colombo, Prof. Upul B. Dissanayake-University of Peradeniya , Prof. Sampath Amaratunga-University of Sri Jayewardenepura , Prof. D. M. Semasinghe-University of Kelaniya, Prof. Ananda Jayawardana-University of Moratuwa, 


Prof. Ratnam Vigneswaran-University of Jaffna, Prof. S. A. Ariadurai-Open University, Prof. Gamini Senanayake-University of Ruhuna, 


Prof. T. Jayasingham-Eastern University, Prof. M. Sunil Shantha-Sabaragamuwa University, Prof. E. M. P. Ekanayake-Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Prof. M. M. M. Najim-South Eastern University, Dr. J. L. Ratnasekera Uva Wellassa University, and Prof. Sarath Chandrajeewam University of Visual and Performing Arts.   

Issuing a statement, the Vice Chancellors requested students to return to their lectures immediately as a positive atmosphere had been created for medical students of government universities to continue their education and clinical training.   


“The Committee of Vice Chancellors decided to release this statement having thoroughly considered the harm that has been done to the health sector of the country due to the refusal of students to undertake their academic work at all State medical faculties during the past few months as well as the uncertainty caused as a result of it on their futures,” the statement was signed by the following Vice Chancellors Prof. Ranjith Wijewardana of the Rajarata University, Prof. Lakshman Dissanayake-University of Colombo, Prof. Upul B. Dissanayake-University of Peradeniya , Prof. Sampath Amaratunga-University of Sri Jayewardenepura , Prof. D. M. Semasinghe-University of Kelaniya, Prof. Ananda Jayawardana-University of Moratuwa,  Prof. Ratnam Vigneswaran-University of Jaffna, Prof. S. A. Ariadurai-Open University, Prof. Gamini Senanayake-University of Ruhuna,  Prof. T. Jayasingham-Eastern University, Prof. M. Sunil Shantha-Sabaragamuwa University, Prof. E. M. P. Ekanayake-Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Prof. M. M. M. Najim-South Eastern University, Dr. J. L. Ratnasekera Uva Wellassa University, and Prof. Sarath Chandrajeewam University of Visual and Performing Arts.  

 

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