Medical students returning from Ukraine cannot be transferred to Indian universities

The Center told the Supreme Court that medical students returning from Ukraine cannot be transferred to Indian universities.
New Delhi: The central government in an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court has said that medical students returning from Ukraine cannot be transferred to Indian universities. There is no legal requirement to do so and so far not a single student has transferred here from foreign universities. A division bench of Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice Siddhanshu Dhulia is likely to hear today the petitions filed by Indian students of medical colleges there, who had returned here due to the war in Ukraine, seeking permission to complete their medical education. In response to the petition filed by the medical students, the government has said that there is no law to allow the students to continue their further education in the medical colleges here. It also said that shifting these students to colleges here may harm the quality of medical education in the country.

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