The National Medical Commission (NMC) has allowed foreign medical graduates (FMGs) from Ukraine to complete their remaining courses from different countries as a one-time opportunity, the Rajya Sabha was informed by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in a written reply on Tuesday.

Keeping the hardships faced by medical students who returned to the country due to the war in Ukraine, the NMC has allowed the Indian students who were in the last year of their undergraduate medicine course and have subsequently

completed their studies and granted a certificate of completion of course/degree on or before June 30, 2022, to appear in the FMG examination. However, after qualifying the exam, such foreign medical graduates are required to undergo a compulsory rotating medical internship (CRMI) for two years enabling them for registration.

Among them, 2,510 students are currently in Ukraine studying in offline mode, 2,952 students are studying in online mode and 242 students are studying in third countries under the academic mobility programme, Pawar informed.
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