NEW DELHI: As the Centre agreed to facilitate Ukraine-returned medical students to resume and complete their course from medical colleges of other countries which are recognised by Ukrainian universities, the
on Friday asked government to a create a portal and provide all information on seats available and procedure to take admission there to complete the rest of their course.
Appearing before a bench of Justices
and Sudhanshu Dhulia, solicitor general
submitted that it was not possible to admit the students in medical schools here but they can pursue their course from other countries and the government had talked with concerned authorities from Ukraine and other countries and the students would be able to complete their courses there and get their degrees.
Mehta said as per the government’s academic mobility programme, these students can pursue the education from 29 countries including Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Georgia, Kazakhstan as their medical education was compatible with Ukraine university.
The bench said it would be better if the government provided all the information regarding its academic mobility programme to the students by creating a portal as there are around 20,000 affected students, adding that it would make the process transparent. It asked
to talk to the concerned authority and brief the court on September 23.