While many Indian students have returned from the war-torn Ukraine, others remain trapped. They had gone to study at first. However, the pupils had to return to Ukraine to save their lives in the meanwhile.
The fog, on the other hand, has shaped the future of thousands of medical students. Students and their parents grappled with topics such as how to undertake an internship in this nation and how much is really achievable.
The National Medical Commission’s new rules, on the other hand, will almost certainly bring relief (NMC). Because the internship may be done in this country at this time, it is well known.
Indian medical students are being returned during the war, according to a new announcement from the National Medical Commission (NMC). Foreign medical graduates, on the other hand, will be able to complete their unfinished internships in India.
The decision was taken with Kovid’s or the war’s condition in mind. To complete the internship, however, one must pass the FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Examination). Many people, according to experts, are relieved by NMC’s news.
Furthermore, Putin’s military invasion of Ukraine has frightened Indian students there. However, the Indian government’s ‘Operation Ganga’ is underway to securely return them to India. Sixteen special aircraft are taking out again to bring Indians home from war-torn areas.
Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry, stated this yesterday. The rescue mission, he claimed, would go on until the last Indian national was returned from Ukraine. He also stated that the government would cover Harjyot Singh’s medical expenses if he was shot and killed in Ukraine.