Ukraine returnee medical students cannot be transferred to Indian colleges: Central government to Supreme Court

The affidavit states that the petitioner-students went to Ukraine and other such foreign countries on account of their poor scores in NEET, and would not even be able to afford the fees of private colleges in India.
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The Central government has told the Supreme Court that existing regulations do not permit the migration of foreign medical students to India, and the accommodations made in this regard were only on account of the Russia-Ukraine war and the pandemic [Archika v National Medical Commission]

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