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Medical students to end lecture boycott from November 20

14 November 2017 - 50   - 0

Government medical students will resume attending lectures from November 20, the Medical Faculty Students Action Committee announced today.

The decision to return to lectures follows assurances given to medical students regarding the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM) 

Medical faculty students have been boycotting lectures for almost 11 months over the SAITM issue. 

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