Chinese and Ukrainian Universities details about returning MBBS students
V Muraleedharan, Union Minister of State for External Affairs, informed the Lok Sabha on Friday that the Indian government is in negotiations with the Chinese government to assist the homecoming of Indian students to their respective institutions and colleges in China.
Muraleedharan stated that the matter has been raised with Chinese officials in New Delhi as well as the Indian embassy in China.
The minister stated that students are kept up to speed on this matter on a regular basis.
He further stated that Union Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar mentioned the issue with his Chinese colleague Wang Yi during his March visit to New Delhi.
According to Jaishankar, such stringent restrictions jeopardize the prospects of Indian students who are studying there.
He stated that the matter was revisited during the just-finished G20 foreign ministers’ conference in Bali, Indonesia.
Muraleedharan participated in the survey raised by Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) leaders G. Ranjith Reddy, Venkatesh Netha Borlakunta, Kavitha Malothu, and Dayakar Pasunoori during the monsoon session of the parliament by saying that the Chinese government conveyed its willingness to consider facilitating the return of a limited number of Indian students on a trial basis depending on need.
Muraleedharan further stated that perhaps the Indian embassy in Beijing, in a news release issued around the end of April, requested information on students planning to return to China to finish their studies.
He stated that the Chinese side was given a list of individuals wanting to go back to China for consideration.
He also advised students to continue visiting the Indian embassy portal for updates and to keep in touch with university administrators.
Meanwhile, Wang Wenbin, a spokeswoman for China’s foreign ministry, stated on Thursday that both countries have made development on this problem.
As for the homecoming of Indian students, as we have previously stated, the involved parties in China and India have been in communication and have made progress on this, Wenbin said when questioned about just the 23,000 Indian students who would be scheduled to return to China to resume their studies.
In a meeting with business executives on Tuesday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang stated that measures are being done to expand China to international tourism.
Muraleedharan further stated that the ministry of external affairs is in contact with other countries on the completion of medical education for Indian students who already have returned from Ukraine.
Around 20,000 Indian medical students arrived from Ukraine following their universities being shuttered owing to the conflict.
Muraleedharan stated that the nodal ministry for medical education is the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
This problem must also be considered in the context of existing National Medical Commission rules on emigration between universities in other countries, the minister stated.
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