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KCR said that 740 students from the state were studying medicine in Ukraine and have now returned from the war-torn nation (HT_PRINT)

Good News! Telangana CM to fund medical studies of 700 students who returned from Ukraine

In a sigh of aid, the Chief Minister of Telangana Ok Chandrashekar Rao has introduced that the state will fund the research of 700 college students from the state who had gone to Ukraine to check drugs. 

In an ongoing debate as to why Indian students go overseas to check, which was additionally highlighted by the grieving father of Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagowdar, the scholar who died in Russian shelling of Kharkiv, KCR made the announcement within the Telangana Meeting as we speak. 

KCR mentioned that 740 college students from the state had been finding out drugs in Ukraine and have now returned from the war-torn nation. “We’ll write to the Centre to say we are going to help them,” Rao mentioned in his handle.

India lately via Operation Ganga, evacuated over 18,000 college students from war-torn Ukraine, who had gone there to check drugs. Notably this incidence based debates about giant lots of Indian college students going overseas to check. 

It has been underlined that the price of finding out drugs within the east European nation is cheaper than finding out drugs in India. 

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has been persevering with for 21 days now, got here as a shock for the Indian college students in Ukraine. They had been left stranded with out sufficient meals, water and in some instances, even shelter within the war-torn nation after after Ukrainian authorities shut down their airspace on 24 February. 

Relating to the talk of Indian college students finding out overseas, some argued that solely college students who fail to clear the medical entrance exams in India go overseas, others argued that India doesn’t have sufficient medical seats to accommodate all deserving candidates.

The controversy peaked after Union Minister Pralhad Joshi’s remark that college students research overseas “after failing to qualify” in aggressive exams in India.

The remark drew a pointy response from the Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagowdar’s father, who drew consideration to the excessive value of finding out drugs in India. His son, he mentioned, was an clever scholar who needed to go to Ukraine as he couldn’t afford to check drugs in India.

“The donation could be very excessive for these wanting to check drugs right here. Clever college students will go overseas to check, and so they spend a lesser quantity when in comparison with Karnataka. Right here, a scholar must pay in crores to get a medical seat below quota,” he mentioned.

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