Indian medical students: The education of many Indian medical students studying in Ukraine was suspended due to the Russia-Ukraine war. Students had to leave their studies midway and return back. In such a situation, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has now given NOC and said that the students who left their medical studies and returned from Ukraine, will now be able to complete their studies from any medical college.
< p style="text-align: justify;">Indian medical students returning from war-torn Ukraine will now be allowed to complete their studies by enrolling in universities in other countries. Given the current special circumstances, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has agreed to recognize Ukraine’s academic mobility program to allow such students to complete their education, but the degree will be awarded by the parent university of Ukraine. p>
Will receive a degree from a Ukrainian university
Please note that according to the National Medical Commission Act, students studying in foreign medical colleges are required to receive a degree from only one university. The NMC has taken this decision on the advice of the Ministry of External Affairs. The commission called it a temporary transfer, meaning students will be issued degrees by the same Ukrainian university they are a student at.
NMC in an earlier rule said that the training, internship or clerkship for the entire syllabus during the course shall be completed from the same foreign medical institution, i.e. no part of the training or internship can be done from any other college or university.  ;
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