Ukraine has said it will pass on the basis of academic merit. Jayashankar clarified.
Delhi, First Published Apr 6, 2022, 4:23 PM IST
New Delhi: Relief for Indian medical students returning from Ukraine. Ukraine has said it will pass on the basis of academic merit. Jayashankar clarified. The minister also said that Hum Gary was ready to pursue further studies. Continuing education is facing a crisis, including for Malayalee students returning from Ukraine. The Ukrainian government announced in parliament today that the Ukrainian government had announced some concessions for further study at this stage. He made this clear during a discussion on the Ukraine issue.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Health is conducting two tests. Croke 1, Croke 2. That is, Croke 1 is administered from the third year to the fourth year. It has been decided that this will not be implemented this year. Winning students from third year to fourth year based on academic excellence. There is also the Croke 2nd exam in the sixth year. It does not. That is where learning excellence comes into play.
And discussions are in progress about other countries taking over the education of other students studying in 1st, 2nd and 5th year. According to the minister, 1319 students have education loans. Hungary has said it will take over their studies. The foreign minister also told parliament today that talks were underway with Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic. Therefore, he made it clear that the student community should not be concerned.
Last Updated Apr 6, 2022, 4:45 PM IST