Academic Mobility Program: NMC lists only 3 universities for temporary relocation of Ukraine Returned Indian Medical students
New Delhi : Through a recent notice, the e National Medical Commission (NMC) has released list of three medical universities along with fee structure where Indian medical students, who returned from war torn Ukraine can currently apply under the 'academic mobility program' being offered by the Ukrainian government.As per the NMC notification, the students can apply to three Georgia...
New Delhi : Through a recent notice, the e National Medical Commission (NMC) has released list of three medical universities along with fee structure where Indian medical students, who returned from war torn Ukraine can currently apply under the 'academic mobility program' being offered by the Ukrainian government.
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BAU International University, Batumi
Georgian National University, SEU
New Vision University
After the commencement of the war between Ukraine and Russia, thousands of medical students who were pursuing their education in the Ukraine based Universities had to come back home. Although there has been continuous plea from those students for accommodating them in the Indian medical colleges, the National Medical Commission (NMC) clarified it to be not possible.
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that several organizations had requested the Government for accommodating the medicos in the Indian institutes as a one time measure. In this regard, petitions have been filed before the Supreme Court as well seeking relief for the Ukraine returned medicos.
However, the Union Government has recently clarified that the accommodating the Ukraine returned medicos in the Indian medical colleges would not be possible. Filing an affidavit, the Government stated, "It is humbly submitted that in case these students with (a) Poor Merit are allowed admission in premier medical colleges in India by default, there may be several litigations from those desirous candidates who could not get seats in these colleges and have taken admission in either lesser known colleges or have been deprived of a seat in medical colleges. Further, in case of affordability, if these candidates are allocated Private Medical Colleges in India, they once again may not be able to afford the fees structure of the concerned institution."
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