Indian medical students, who returned home from Ukraine following the Russian invasion, will be allowed to take a key examination from India. This has been conveyed to the Indian side by Ukraine’s First Deputy Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova during her three-day visit to New Delhi.
“On the issue of Indian medical students, the Deputy foreign minister mentioned that Ukraine will allow foreign medical students to take the Unified State Qualification Exam in their country of domicile,” the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Wednesday.
Around 19,000 Indian college students had been reading in Ukraine when the Russian invasion started in February remaining year.
According to estimates, about 2,000 Indian college students have long gone again to Ukraine and they are generally dwelling in the western phase of the East European country.
Under the initiative of the Ukrainian authorities, college students who are nevertheless in India can be part of online lessons and have the choice to show up for the Unified State Qualification Exam (USQE) in India.
During the visit, the first deputy overseas minister held bilateral talks with Sanjay Verma, Secretary (West) in the MEA and referred to as Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi.
“Dzhaparova, during her visit, highlighted Ukraine’s want to construct an improved and nearer relationship with India,” the MEA said.
“Dzhaparova’s go to India would facilitate cooperation between the two countries,” it said.