Nearly 15,000 Indian Medical Students Are Enrolled With Ukrainian Universities
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – India said that out of a total of 15,783 Indian students who had enrolled in Ukrainian medical universities, 14,973 are undergoing online classes, 170 students are pursuing their education at partner universities and 640 students are undergoing offline mode of education in Ukraine.
On November 11, the Supreme Court had asked the Centre to file an affidavit to inform it about the number of medical students who were pursuing their studies in Ukraine who have been accommodated in other countries.
On September 16, the court suggested that the l government could develop a web portal providing details of foreign universities for the Ukraine-returned students to complete their studies, as the government has a problem in admitting 20,000 students in Indian colleges and added that students will have to go to foreign countries to avail alternate ‘academic mobility program’.
The Centre had said that the medical students who returned from Ukraine cannot be accommodated in Indian universities because of the possibility of damage to standards of medical education in the country.
Its sad but not government’s responsibility now… Govt saved your life. Thats enough…wait or become a pharmacist now.November 25, 2022
The students who chose to go to Ukraine should petition European schools in Poland and elsewhere to transfer them into their schools. For transfer into Indian schools, they have to qualify. Cannot expect entry into schools that they would have never been accepted because they went to Ukraine. That is a risk one takes when you go to another country.
Ask the guys at twitter and META and other tech companies who lost their jobs.November 25, 2022
The Indian Govt. unfortunately cannot just take these students and place them in Indian Medical Schools and deny others of the seats. The students should give entrance exams and qualify for entry into medical schools.November 25, 2022