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With no clarity from India’s top medical education regulator and their respective universities, students who have come back from war-torn Ukraine continue to attend online classes for lack of other options.

The first- and second-year students cannot do much other than apply for NEET-UG again or go back to their universities in Ukraine that have assured normal functioning in the Western part of the country that is not



under siege. Even for students who are allowed to transfer out, getting documents and transcripts from their universities is a challenge, coupled with higher fees in countries offering the same quality of education, the students said. 

The students said that they were awaiting the submission of final guidelines on the issue by the National Medical Commission (NMC) in the Supreme Court before taking a decision on what to do.
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