Russia Ukraine War: Appeal to parents of in the country

Russia Ukraine War: Appeal to parents of

in the country

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Summary

Due to the Russia-Ukraine war, the families of the students who returned home after leaving their studies in the middle, have appealed to the central government to save the children’s future.

Expansion

Due to the Russia-Ukraine war, the families of the students who returned home after leaving their studies in the middle, have appealed to the central government to save the children’s future. Thousands of Indian students doing MBBS in Ukraine have returned. Due to their return and the devastation caused by the war, now their studies have been interrupted. This has increased the concern of the students doing MBBS and their parents that how and from where will the remaining studies of the children’s degree be completed?

Parents are now uniting to get this concern resolved. Parents of more than 20 medical students who had returned from Ukraine in the education city of Kota, organized a meeting and formed a parent committee. The committee has thanked the central government for the safe return of Indian medical students stranded in Ukraine to their homes. Along with this, the committee also paid tribute to the deceased Indian student Naveen. 

The government returned home to ban the arbitrariness of private medical colleges

, Rishika Gothania, Swapnil Sharma, Harshit Ahuja MBBS second year, Vishal Gupta, Ashish Nagar, Ajay Kumar, Yaduvendra Malav, Jai Tank, Muktika Verma, Ishika Gautam fourth year, Nitin Chaudhary Studying in the fifth year at BSMU University, Ukraine. He said that after qualifying NEET in the country, due to reservation in government medical colleges, those with lesser marks get seats and they are denied admission even after getting more marks in NEET. In private medical colleges of the country, due to no control of the government on the collection of fees, arbitrary fees are being charged, due to which talented students have to go abroad for good studies. He urged that the Central Government should stop the loot of private medical colleges by taking concrete steps in this regard.  

Students returning from Ukraine narrated the tales of war,

Kota’s MBBS second-year medical student Dhriti Joshi, who returned from Ukraine, told that she could not get a seat in the country’s medical colleges despite qualifying NEET from the general category. To do MBBS from private medical colleges here, a fee of more than one crore rupee was required, which Papa could not fulfill. In such a situation, he had decided to get MBBS from Medical College of Ukraine at low fees, but his future is now in trouble due to the Russia-Ukraine war. Amidst the bombing, coming back safely from there is nothing less than a great miracle. Now she wants to complete her degree by staying in India.

Urging to complete the remaining studies in the country itself, the

the committee expressed special concern over the incomplete degree of students doing MBBS at low fees from medical colleges of Ukraine and asked the central and state government to complete the remaining education of the children in the country itself. Requested to make arrangements. So that, they can provide their services by staying in India. Diwakar Joshi, president of the Guardian Committee, said that on March 20, 2022, at 2 pm, an important meeting was held in Chhatra Vilas Udyan, Nayapura, Kota in Hadoti division, ie Kota, Bundi, Baran, Jhalawar districts, to all the affected children and their parents. in which further strategy will be discussed.

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