Around 50 such students of the State met Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in Bhubaneswar, seeking the government’s intervention to find a way out to end the problems surrounding their career.
The Indian Medical Association has also recommended to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that such students should be accommodated in Indian medical colleges as a one-time measure.
However, now they lost the opportunity to complete their education and fruitful employment, said the forum requesting the government to declare these forcefully migrated students as war victims so that the community can help them accordingly.
Reports from Sumy suggest that more than 500 Indian students are waiting to be evacuated. Most of the students are reported to be in bunkers due to continuous Russian shelling. The electricity and water supply systems in the city are said to have suffered in the war.
Students of Abhin Chandra Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital in Bhubaneswar launched a protest on Thursday (Dec 16) demanding the government to fulfill their demands.
After as many as 31 medical students tested positive for the Covid-19 infection on Tuesday (Nov 23), the Sambalpur District Administration declared several hostels and staff quarters at VIMSAR (Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research) in Burla as micro containment and buffer zones.
Etawah (UP): In an alleged case of mass ragging, several first-year students of Saifai Medical University here were made to parade on the campus with their heads tonsured. Even while promising strict action on a news channel, University Vice Chancellor Raj Kumar appeared to condone mild cases of this kind. He said ragging at one […]
New Delhi: In a relief to medical students wanting to pursue post-graduate courses, the Union Health Ministry has proposed to do away with NEET-PG and instead the final MBBS examination would be enough for admission to MD and MS programmes. The amendment has been incorporated in the revised draft National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill which […]
Kolkata: Health services in West Bengal remained partially disrupted and state-run hospitals wore a deserted look on Sunday morning as the doctors strike entered its sixth day. Sunday being a holiday, the out-patient departments remained closed and the number of patients waiting outside hospitals or visiting the emergency wards was also low. The emergency services, […]
Kolkata: Striking junior doctors on Friday rejected a proposal from West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for talks at the state secretariat Nabanna, and stuck to their stand that she would have to come down to the NRS Medical College and Hospital to listen to their grievances and apologise for having cast aspersions on them. The […]
Bhubaneswar: Some medical students have raised questions over the selection procedure of state government for filling up of doctor posts across the state. They have alleged that candidates eligible for permanent posts have been engaged on contractual basis due to unfair selection procedure. As per reports, an advertisement was issued by the State Health Department […]