They have urged the government that the students be accommodated as a one-time measure to prevent academic year loss.


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New Delhi : Many students had to flee Ukraine when Russia launched a special military operation that turned into war in the Eastern European nation.

Indian students who were studying medicine in Ukraine to be brought back home by Indian government Operation Ganga,

These students are now facing an uncertain future in their academics, as they are yet to resume their studies anywhere. Such students protested in Delhi on Friday demanding admission in medical colleges across the country.

He has urged the government to accommodate students as a one-time measure to prevent the loss of the academic year.

MBBS student And his parents from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan gathered and protested outside the National Medical Commission here.

“Since all students are future doctors, online education is not a good option for them. Our demand is to accommodate all students in Indian medical colleges,” said a statement issued by the Parents Association of Ukraine Medical Students.

Association president RB Gupta said, “We have gathered here to seek government help for the accommodation of our children. My child is a second year student who is studying in Ivano. We are just requesting the government to help these children. be adjusted. As a one-time measure.”

Meanwhile, the students said they were worried about their future as the war in Ukraine was still on.

“We don’t know when this war will end. Our studies are being affected. Our parents have invested so much money and many have also taken loans, if we are not able to continue studies then everything will be in vain. So the government should accommodate us,” said the 5th year MBBS student, who did not wish to be named.

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Another student Vaishali told the news agency PTI Even if the war in Ukraine ends in the near future, it will take time for the universities there to get back to normal.

“Our future is at stake here. Even after the war is over, universities will take time to return to their normal academic schedule. Our year will be ruined. We appeal to the government to help us,” he said.

Thousands of students from India studying in various medical colleges in Ukraine had to drop their courses and return home after the Russian army launched an offensive against the country.

In April too, parents of MBBS students had staged a sit-in at Jantar Mantar, demanding government’s intervention to accommodate their children in medical colleges.

Earlier in March, a PIL was filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions on the issue of admission and continuation of studies in the country of Indian medical students expelled from Ukraine.

The plea has also sought a direction to the Center to provide a medical subject equivalence orientation program for admitting them to the Indian curriculum.

The Indian Medical Association has also recommended to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that such students should be accommodated in Indian medical colleges as a one-time measure.

In a letter to Modi on March 4, the IMA had said that such students should be allowed to attend Indian medical colleges for their remaining MBBS courses through “fair distribution” but not as an increase to be seen. Annual intake capacity.

By PK NEWS

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