What is taught in leadership training (Army training) program ?

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Despite the court order to withhold the Education ministry’s leadership training program for the freshers of Sri Lankan universities, Sri Lanka government carried out their army training program as planned. Sri Lankan students and their teachers and parents were apprehensive about this program. Now this leadership program is underway and I saw images of students taking lessons from Army officers. Issuing a media release, Dr. Ranjith Devasiri, the president of Federation of University Teachers Association (FUTA) said that this leadership training program is suspicious. This decision to give a leadership training to freshers is a brain child of Minister S.B.Disanayaka. I wonder whether he has consulted university professors regarding this. According to FUTA , there has been no formal planning for this. As student are attending this training these days, i would like to know what is happening during this training. It is always better to listen to the people who are really going through this experience. So If there is any student who attended this training or their parents please share your experience with us.

Sri Lanka School textbooks online

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Is there a way to use Sri Lanka school text books online ? I live in Canada and I will be moving back to Sri Lanka soon with my kids. Then they will be going to Schools in Sri Lanka. I wonder whether Sri Lankan text books are available online to use. Please help.

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A retired doctor

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Hello Adil,

I understand your concern regarding your health. Rather than getting 2nd hand information on the internet, I think you should best speak to the nephrology/renal units at various Sri Lankan hospitals and obtain the information straight from the horse’s mouth. You could try the state run National Hospital of Sri Lanka (telephone: 94-11-2691111) – where locals are treated free of charge, I don’t know how it is for foreigners. Or else there are several private hospitals such as Lanka Hospitals, Asiri, Nawaloka and Durdans. You could look up their phone numbers online and call them directly.

Regards,

weerasinghe

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No. She is a clinical psychologist, not a psychiatrist. But she will refer patients to a psychiatrist if medication is needed.