State Bureau, Chandigarh. Medical Education: Haryana government will complete the incomplete studies of medical students who returned after saving their lives during the war that broke out in Ukraine. For this the Manohar Lal government has started efforts. Chief Minister Manohar Lal has written a letter to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya to intervene with the central government and complete the incomplete studies of the students.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal wrote a letter to the Central Government to complete the studies of medical students

In the letter, Manohar Lal said that the Central Government, along with the State Governments, should issue appropriate guidelines to the Medical Council of India for these students. Explain that due to the war between Ukraine and Russia, the central government had ensured the return of these students under Operation Ganga.

Due to the Russo-Ukraine war, the students who returned under Operation Ganga are worried about their studies.

After returning home, the students are grateful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but the medical studies they missed in the middle remain a cause for concern. For this, the students even sent a memorandum through DC to the Haryana government demanding further studies in nearby medical colleges.

These students, who returned after saving their lives from Ukraine, had met the Chief Minister’s Political Secretary Ajay Gaur and Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma, after which the matter reached Chief Minister Manohar Lal. These students want that they should be given admission on the vacant seats of medical.

The students of Kolkata studying in Ukraine have been admitted by the government there in medical colleges. But, till now no final decision has been taken regarding the students of Haryana. Simranjit Kaur, Abhishek, Paras Gandhi, Zishan Mann, Naman Bansal, Abhishek Verma, Dinesh Kumar and Harshbardhan, who returned after leaving incomplete studies in Ukraine, say that till the situation becomes normal in Ukraine, the Haryana government will give us further education. Consider it. In view of this demand of the students, Chief Minister Manohar Lal has written a letter to the Union Health Minister.

Students who returned from Ukraine said – at present the future seems to be in the dark

According to Supriya, a student of Fatehabad, since her university is away from the war affected areas, we are running online classes, but the university which is near the Ukrainian capital, has not even started online classes yet. Due to this the final year students are worrying about their future.

Anil, a resident of Jagdish Nagar, Panipat, went to do MBBS from Kyiv International University. Enrolled in the first year itself. It was only six months that there was war between Ukraine and Russia. Came back with difficulty. Now neither their online class is being held nor any answer is being received. According to Anil, all the certificates related to studies are deposited in the university. Things don’t seem to be getting back to normal there. In such a situation, Haryana and the central government should worry about us.

Practicals are also necessary along with online classes

Advocate Narendra, resident of Vishnu Colony of Tehsil Camp of Panipat told that daughter Leesha is doing MBBS from Ujorod University. Was in third year. Then suddenly war broke out. Daughter has come here. Since then online classes are continuing. Practical is also necessary. Only then will you be able to become a good doctor. Narendra has started sending him for practical in a private hospital at his level. But there is also concern in his mind about his future.

Edited By: Sunil Kumar Jha