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Sunday, 20 August 2017 - 8:55
Bhutanese medical students advised to return home
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Bhutan's Department of Adult and Higher Education has issued a circular, asking Bhutanese medical students in Sri Lanka to return home should the on-going strike continue beyond October this year.

The medical students in the state universities have been not attending classes for more than six months due to the SAITM issue.

The strike has disrupted academic activities of 120 Bhutanese medical students studying in Universities of Colombo, Kelaniya and Peradeniya.

More than 70 students have already left to Bhutan while others are still in Sri Lanka waiting for the strike to end.
 

Senior Program Officer with the Scholarship and Student Support Division, Dolay Tshering, said, there is no point staying idle in Sri Lanka if the strike continues.
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