They said the administration's uncertainty had made colossal enduring the SAITM restorative graduates.
Tending to a news gathering held at the Neville Fernando Hospital, Malabe, Prof. Deepthi Samarage fervently scrutinized the state of mind of the Sri Lanka Medical Council which she said was rehearsing twofold models.
She said the models of understudies who had gone out from outside restorative schools were regularly of substandard quality.
Prof. Deepal Weerasekera was of the feeling that the Government Medical Officers' Association (GMOA) was tossing its weight about. It was just an exchange union and it shouldn't be permitted to settle on choices relating to SAITIM, he said.
Prof. Neville Perera said a couple GMOA individuals showing up on TV had endeavored to persuade the general population that what they expressed was the feeling of the GMOA, yet most of the GMOA individuals did not subscribe to the previous' sentiment.
Prof. Deepthi Samarage said "We have delivered quality graduates and those going out from SITM are keeping pace with those from the state restorative schools.
"Imprints were not given at clinical exams all alone, but rather educators from Peradeniya, Colombo and Karapitiya were on the board and in spite of weights from different quarters they volunteered to serve on the board."
Prof. Perera clarified that understudies at state medicinal schools got clinical preparing generally not under advisors, but rather youngsters, yet at Malabe all understudies were administered by experts themselves.
He said that the clinical preparing had been given with the assistance of mannequins and that was a universally acknowledged practice which was exceptionally successful.