Jeevan Prakash Sharma | Author at https://outlookindia.com
Education counsellors say that since the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic, the colleges have made the application process slightly flexible. Standardised tests such as SAT and GRE have been made optional which has led to many people applying without the right strategy.
Lesbianism is still being considered a sexual perversion in medical terminology which is against the 2014 Supreme Court order.
Indian students pursuing their medical dream abroad are often duped in several ways. We caution you against some of them
In the recently held assembly elections, a number of candidates with meager sources of income emerged victorious. An encouraging trend for sure. But is it the reality or there is more to the declared assets than what meets the eye?
The general category candidates have benefited at the cost of OBC and EWS candidates under Medical Counselling Committee's seat allotment.
Over 10,000 students studying undergraduate medical courses in the Philippines are staring at an uncertain future after the Indian medical education regulator has invalidated their studies.
Many other students share similar experiences since the educational institutions in Ukraine started online classes after March 21. They say that war sirens are normal for about half an hour and normally the teachers go into hiding until the warning sirens stop.
The Indian Embassy in Manila in Philippines, requested NMC (National Medical Commission) to give special exemption to these students but has been turned down.
The disconnect between foreign minister S Jaishankar's wish to get medical students admitted in universities in Ukraine’s neighbouring countries and the latest NMC norms tells a muddled tale.
In a country where becoming a doctor is considered a lifetime achievement, the journey to the title is anything but easy for the aspirant.
Colleges from other countries have been luring the students who had to flee the war-ravaged country with deals such as heavy discounts, fee waivers of semesters and credit transfers.
Students gone to study abroad after Nov 18, 2021 debarred from appearing in the Exit Exam and practice medicine here.
The National Medical Commission’s recent advisory invalidating the medical courses of the Philippines has put the careers of scores of students in jeopardy.
As of now, every central university has its own admission criteria and process. However, from the coming academic session, these universities will have to admit students on the basis of their marks in CUET.
With the depreciating Ruble against the Rupee, students have been able to save lakhs in terms of their term fee.
The Common University Entrance is in line with the New Education Policy which envisages the need for an entrance examination for admission to universities.
With the Russia-Ukraine war not seemingly nearing an end any time soon, thousands of Indian medical students are worried about their future and the hard-earned money their parents spent on their education. The latest threat? Scams.
Students allege the the National Medical Commission (NMC) had assured them that it would not derecognize retrospectively the bridge course offered by Philippine colleges, but its counsel took a contrary stand in the Delhi high court.
Medical studies regulator NMC has invalidated pre-medical course from Philippine colleges, making students ineligible to practice in India
The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has left over 24,000 Indian students who had been studying in the war-torn nation with no option but to leave their studies midway and flee to India.
Testimonies from Indian students who were stuck in Kharkiv, Ukraine amid intense Russian bombing.
Students were asked by the Indian embassy to reach the Russian border by bus, vehicle or foot. The journey was horrifying
Evacuation of Indian Students From Ukraine: The biggest challenge is to rescue the Indian students from Kharkiv through Romania, Poland or Hungry as they are 1200 to 1400 km away from Kharkiv.
About 500 Indian students from Ukraine who are stuck at a rehab centre in Bucharest, Romania without any money to go back home are surviving only on the kindness of strangers.
Outlook spoke to more than half a dozen students who have taken shelter in various locations in Kyiv and Kharkiv, the two cities where an intense fight between the Russian and Ukrainian forces are on, to understand the ground-zero reality.