Delhi News: Hundreds of Indian students reached Russia to do MBBS, students returned to India during Ukraine crisis

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Hundreds of Indian MBBS students, safely evacuated from war-torn Ukraine, have finally made it to Russia, the mastermind behind the Ukraine crisis, to complete their PhDs. Final year student Jisna Jiji, 25, arrived in Russia last year and will complete her studies in July this year. Hundreds of students like Jiji complete their studies from Russia in this way.

According to Jiji, he was warmly received in Russia. Russia has not charged any additional fees. We were allowed to continue studying so that our time was not wasted. Jiji is from Kerala and completed her MBBS at Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia. Last year she was in her fifth year of MBBS at a university in Sumy, Ukraine.

During Operation Ganga, more than 17,000 Indians, mostly students, were evacuated. For many Indian medical students, after their deportation from Ukraine, there was no longer an option. He later transferred to universities in other countries to further his studies. These include Russia, Serbia, Uzbekistan and other European countries.

In September last year, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Medical Council (NMC) made announcements. In which it was said that NMAC will accept students from other countries who have completed the remaining courses.

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