NMC Academic Mobility: Ukraine returned medicos can apply to only 3 universities

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on Sep 23, 2022 09:46 IST

NMC has notified that under academic mobility program, Ukraine returned medical students can apply to only three universities in Georgia.

NMC Academic Mobility: Ukraine returned medicos can apply to only 3 universities

National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued a list of universities where Indian medical students who are studying in Ukraine can apply under the academic mobility program. 

The universities where these students can apply are BAU International University, Batumi, Georgian National University, SEU, and New Vision University. These are located in Georgia. NMC has also released the fee structure of these universities which is USD 6500 for BAU International University, USD 5500 for Georgian National University, and USD 7000 for New Vision University.

The official notification reads, "The Commission, in consultation with the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and Ministry of External Affairs, hereby circulate the following information/list of universities where Indian medical students, who are presently studying in Ukraine can apply under Academic Mobility Program."

"Since the above information is dynamic in nature, any other additional information will be disseminated for all concerned as and when received from the Ministry of External Affairs," added the NMC notification.

Supreme Court to hear batch of pleas by Ukraine returned medicos today

The pending case in Supreme Court related to Ukraine's returned medical students will be heard today, September 23. In this case, through a batch of pleas, Ukraine returned medicos have demanded to study in Indian medical colleges. The Centre has said that there is no provision in NMC to allow these students to continue studies in India and this will also affect the medical education standard in India. The Centre also said that if these students get accommodated in Indian private medical colleges, they would not be able to afford the fees as due to affordability they chose to study medical education in Ukraine. The court had advised the Centre to create a portal for these students to maintain transparency.

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