@reader wrote:True.. But we can never expect this from those money oriented people.. .@omegaplus wrote:
It should be regulate and make sure only if they pass same exam from SL medical council , then they can practice as Drs.Nothing more , nothing less.Fair play?
So it will be a totally different institute to SAITM. And I guess it will be better if they introduce better entrance qualifications apart from deep pockets too.
One thing I would like to see as a one solution to this mess, they can offer some percentage, lets say 40% places as scholarships to next students who miss outs government university medical faculty at A/L.
That will raise the quality of the institute and results as well as it will offer better return to the country.
End of the day we want to make sure the person who there to look after any Sri Lankan patient, have that ability.
They have given 500 Million worth Scholarships, full and part , approx 20% of the students as per spokesman of SAITM.
Just watch this video to the end.
BTW I am not representing SAITM.