Great news for Indian students who returned from Ukraine! Russia said- ‘The doors of our university are open for you’ – न्यूज़लीड India

Great news for Indian students who returned from Ukraine! Russia said- ‘The doors of our university are open for you’


Russian envoy said – there will be no language problem

Russian Consul General in Chennai Oleg Avdeep said Indian students leaving Ukraine can continue their education in Russia. Oleg said, “Indian students will be admitted to Russian universities, where they can continue with their respective courses. They know the language of the people of Ukraine. Most of the people there speak Russian. Most welcome to people who can speak Russian.”

You can start from where you missed studies

Even before this Russia has given such assurance to Indian students. Russian embassy deputy chief Roman Babushkin said in July that students studying at Ukrainian universities could now continue their studies at Russian universities. From where he had stopped his studies i.e. from where he left the course, he can now continue his studies from there. Now they will also be able to get rid of the problem of leaving their studies in the middle.

Medical students also took refuge in Supreme Court

Medical students also took refuge in Supreme Court

Significantly, these students, who returned from Ukraine, have been fighting a legal battle for the last 8 months to complete their studies. The Central Government, in an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, has made it clear that it cannot admit these students in Indian universities as there is no provision to do so in the National Medical Commission Act. The Center said that these students had gone abroad for two reasons. Because of poor performance in NEET and cheap education. Admitting students with poor merit in premier medical colleges of India will lead to legal problems of another kind. Also, these students will not be able to bear the cost of fees here.

Supreme Court advised to make a web portal

Supreme Court advised to make a web portal

Following this, the Supreme Court suggested that the Center create a web portal to help these medical students to provide details of foreign universities where they can complete their courses as per the government’s academic mobility programme. Along with this, the Supreme Court asked the government to start a web portal in which information like vacant seats, fees of universities abroad should be given.



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