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Notice for 40th Batch

Dear Students,

The 6th term of the Academic Calendar of the 40th batch of students will start on 6th July 2020 on-line via zoom. All activities will be updated to LMS.
Please note that the students who are unsuccessful in 2nd MBBS examination held in  June 2020 will have to leave the course to join the junior batch when results are released, and the contents you have covered during this period will not be accounted.


Dean
Faculty of Medicine

2020-07-03

 

In course assessment in Forensic Medicine for the 38th batch

The above assessment will be held on 14th July 2020 at 8.00 am at the Department of Forensic Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna. More

 

Important notice for the 38th  batch students

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Notice for all students - Chinese Ambassador Scholarships -2020/21

The applications are invited from suitable undergraduates of the Faculty of Medicine for above scholarship before 12th  July 2020. Read More

 

 

Physiology Comic Challenge - 2020

The Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University Malaya has organized a Physiology Comic Challenge instead of the annual Physiology Quiz.

Download the Registration form. Download the Flyer

 

Notice for all Students

 

Dear Students,

We will have to accept  that we are going through a difficult period. We will have to face this situation  fearlessly as warriors . However some of you may be having financial and other difficulties at the present moment. If that is so please contact .your mentors or student Counselors.
They might be in a position to help you.

Professor Vasantha Devasiri
Dean
31/03/2020

 
"Dear students,
 
The Faculty will start delivering lectures you have missed from Friday the 13th of  March. The media of delivery is through LMS Faculty of Medicine. Please keep on tract as we will  start to release lectures on LMS starting from Friday 27th of March. Then from Monday onwards we will continue to deliver lectures according to the time table (5 days a week) until the term is over, including in the new year period. Please note that these lectures will not be repeated when the work starts. This will save time as we can do practical sessions and assessments within the first two weeks when the term starts.
 
Hope that you will enjoy this novel experience.
 
Good luck
Professor Vasantha evasiri
Dean Faculty of Medicine"
26/03/2020