Written by Staff Writer
29 Jun, 2014 | 10:40 am
The Raja Rata University, which was indefinitely closed owing to the unrest as a result of the vice chancellor and a group of lecturers of the university being held hostage for nearly 24 hours by students of the university, will re-commence lectures on Monday.
The Vice Chancellor, Ranjith Wjewardena said that accordingly, lectures will commence in four streams.
The Students Union of the Rajarata University detained the vice chancellor of the university along with 10 lecturers demanding that the suspensions issued against eleven university students be cancelled.
The suspensions of sixteen students who apologised or had completed these suspensions have been cancelled. The Students Union presented seven demands in writing and discussions were held on these demands.
The vice chancellor gave written consent to six demands and they were then released.
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