Ukraine: Relief for final year medical students back from Ukraine, China | India News

NEW DELHI: A relief for medical students studying at Ukraine and China but had to return home due to the pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia war, the Center on Tuesday told Supreme Court that final year students will have the opportunity to pass the MBBS final exam without enrolling in the medical colleges here.
Additional Attorney General Aishwarya Bhati told a bench of Judge BR Gavai and Vikram Nath that the government has decided to rescue these students as a one-time measure so that they can complete their course and pursue a career once qualified. She said that the students must pass both the theoretical and practical exams according to the current regulations curriculum.
An affidavit from the Center states that students will be required to complete two years of mandatory rotational internships after passing these two exams. The decision regarding the matter was made by the Center after a court last year called on the government to introduce a policy so that students can complete the course.
Realizing that these students should not be left to suffer and their learning should not be wasted, the court asked the Center and the National Health Commission to find a solution that would allow those who have completed the course to be trained. clinical creation here is eligible. to practice medicine.
The court has said that it is a humanitarian matter and that the government should protect the rights of the students. It says the Center should form a committee of experts to find a way out. If no solution is found, students’ careers will suffer and their families, who have spent their hard-earned money on their education, will also suffer.


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