At the ‘Russian Education Fair 2022’, Russian House has set up a help desk to provide counseling to Indian students studying in Ukraine.
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The problems of Indian students studying in Ukraine continue. At the same time, now many universities of Russia have come forward to help the students to complete their medical studies. In the last hearing in the Supreme Court, the Government of India said that Ukraine The matter of these Indian students is under consideration. About 20 thousand Indian students were studying in Ukraine. These students have been facing uncertainty about their future since the war between Russia and Ukraine started in February. Due to the lack of completion of studies, there is also pressure on the students.
According to a report in India Today, Russian universities are now offering admission to help him complete his medical studies. The ‘Russian Education Fair 2022’ has started in Delhi. Here the Russian House has set up a help desk to provide counseling to Indian students studying in Ukraine. Russian Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Roman Babushkin had said in June that Russia would allow Indian students studying in Ukraine to study there. Now this is being implemented.
Students are getting special discount
Russian universities and their representatives have set up a help desk at Russian House in New Delhi to help Indian medical students studying in Ukraine. These universities are also offering special exemptions in tuition fees and hostel fees for the special case of Indian medical students. Every year, thousands of Indian students travel to Russia to study medicine and other specialized courses. A large number of Indian medical students also go to Ukraine to study medicine. The war between the two countries has thrown the future of 20,000 students into uncertainty.
The Government of India and the National Medical Commission have not yet reached any conclusion on how to help these students. However, Russia’s offer to give him admission for further studies is a big relief. Osipov Oleg, director of the Russian House, said, “India and Russia have a very strong relationship and we understand the fear of those medical students. We will try to give admission to all the students in Russian universities according to the criteria.
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