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Medical students back from Ukraine stuck between a rock and a hard place

Protests and strikes by students seeking accommodation in Indian medical colleges have so far not yielded any assurance from the NMC, Ministry of Education or the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

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Recently, 60 students and nearly 500 parents sat on a hunger strike for four days at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi, before moving to Jantar Mantar in the capital city.

Vinay Umarji Ahmedabad
The Indian medical students who were forced to return from Ukraine amid the war during “Operation Ganga” are still stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Protests and strikes by students seeking accommodation in Indian medical colleges have so far not yielded any assurance from the National Medical Commission (NMC), Ministry of Education or the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Recently, 60 students and nearly 500 parents sat on a hunger strike for four days at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi, before moving to Jantar Mantar in the capital city. Under the aegis of Parents’ Association of

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First Published: Jul 29 2022 | 10:20 PM IST

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