Allow us to study in Indian medical colleges, say Ukraine returned students

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on Apr 25, 2022 09:50 IST

Ukraine returned students have been demanding the opportunity to continue studies in Indian medical colleges.

Allow us to study in Indian medical colleges, say Ukraine returned students

After being evacuated from the war-hit country Ukraine, the students are facing an uncertain future and demanding the government's approval for continuing their medical education in India.

Recently, their parents protested at Jantar Mantar in Delhi and demanded the government's intervention in this matter. Students are also urging the government to find a way out so that they can study in India.

Mansi Thakur, a student from Bukovinian State Medical University, who was evacuated from Ukraine, says, "Every day we wake up with a lot of uncertainty because we don’t know what is going to happen. Our parents are worried, we are worried for our future. Every passing day, it’s becoming more difficult for us. We want to fulfill our dreams, we want to become doctors," as reported by The Quint.

Ukraine returned medical students ask for help on the social media platform

Here are some of the tweets demanding the government intervention in this matter:

"The future of the MBBS students returned from Ukraine is in your hands, we parents dont have the courage again to play with their lives after send them back to Ukraine. Kindly give them special admission within India."

"I request to the government to look into the situation of Ukraine returned students are facing and give a good solution to them , as we believe is accomodation in med schools."

"Waiting for government of India decision for Ukraine returned students to Admission in Indian Medical Colleges..Students are on the way of deep Depression.!Respected Modi ji plz give Instructions to NMC to take fast action @PMOIndia @narendramodi @supriya_sule @StudentsMbbs1"

"Help, Ukraine Returned Students To Complete Their Study In India. They Are Unable To Face The Mental Trauma In Abroad Again,Which They Have Faced In Ukraine@PMOIndia @narendramodi @NMC_IND @EduMinOfIndia @BJP4India"

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