Indian students returned from Ukraine gets big relief; To continue their studies in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan universities are providing 2,000 seats to transfer Indian medical students from Ukraine by accepting the norms of Medical Council of India and National Medical Commission.

Medical universities in Uzbekistan are accommodating around 2,000 Indian medical students who returned to India from war-torn Ukraine and face a bleak future.

Uzbekistan universities are providing 2,000 seats to transfer Indian medical students from Ukraine by accepting the norms of Medical Council of India and National Medical Commission.

Uzbekistan’s Ambassador to India Dilshod Akhtov said that at the request of the Medical Higher Educational Institute (MHEI) of Uzbekistan, Government of India and the Ministry of Health, about 250 students have already been admitted after testing their academic credentials.

Speaking to reporters here, he said that Uzbekistan universities are providing 2,000 seats to Indian medical students to be transferred from Ukraine, accepting the norms of the erstwhile Medical Council of India (MCI) and the current National Medical Commission (NMC). Including the Screening Test Rules 2002 and Foreign Medicines. Graduate Licensee – FMGL Regulations 2021. These students include from the first year to the final year.

Mr. Akhatov said about 500 Indian students were already studying in Uzbekistan before the Russia-Ukraine war erupted. The academic system in Ukraine and Uzbekistan were similar and students would not find major changes discomforting them.

At an event held in the city, the ambassador presented provisional admit cards to students who successfully passed the interview session conducted by higher medical institutions of the government of Uzbekistan such as Fever State Medical Institute and Tashkent Medical Academy.

Dr. B. Divya Raj Reddy, Indian representative for MHEI, Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan, said that the transfer was supported by the Supreme Court, which held that students can transfer to other universities if they are willing to be accommodated as per norms. Huh. He said that Uzbekistan has been kind to relocate Indian students who have returned from Ukraine and hoped that other countries will follow suit.

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