Relief for medical students returning to Ukraine, big announcement by the National Medical Commission


 


Webmultichannel: Indian students have had to return home from war-torn Ukraine after dropping out of school. Even if the lives were saved, the future of thousands of medical students was in doubt. The students and their guardians were overwhelmed by such questions as to how to do an internship in this country, how much it is possible at all. However, the new announcement of the National Medical Commission (NMC) is undoubtedly going to bring relief. Because this time internship can be completed in this country.

The National Medical Commission (NMC) said in a statement on Saturday that Indian medical students were being repatriated due to the war. However, foreign medical graduates will be able to complete incomplete internships in this country. Corona (COVID-19) or the war situation has been decided to keep in mind. However, in order to complete the internship, one has to pass the FMGE i.e. Foreign Medical Graduate Examination. Naturally, the NMC's announcement brought much relief to medical students arriving in India from Ukraine.


Indian students are living in terror due to the Russian army's invasion of Ukraine (Russia-Ukraine War). However, 'Operation Ganga' is in full swing to bring them back to the country safely. Sixteen special aircraft are departing anew to repatriate Indians from war-torn Ukraine. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said this on Friday. He said the rescue operation would continue until the last Indian national was returned from Ukraine. He also said that the government would bear the medical expenses of Harjyot Singh, an Indian student who was shot dead in Ukraine.


According to the Center, more than 20,000 Indians have been repatriated from Ukraine as of Friday. But thousands are still trapped there. Of these, 300 are trapped in Kharkiv and 600 in Sumi.

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