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WB Will Give Internship to Ukraine-Returned Med Students.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday,announced special arrangements plans to oblige the understudies who escaped war-torn Ukraine and had to leave concentrates on halfway in the state’s Medical and Engineering colleges.

The central priest has likewise composed a letter to NarendraModi, requesting that the think about relaxing guidelines for internships and jobs in the private sector.

In the letter, dated Wednesday, 16 March, shared by ANI, Mamata Banerjee states:

“As per the current guidelines of the National Medical Council (NMC), students who are eligible for the internship, will be allowed to undergo the internship in government medical colleges of the state and they will be also paid the stipend at par with the other candidates.”

It added, “The present stipulations of the NMC mandate that only those students who qualify the National Entrance Eligibility Test (NEET-UG) can only get admission into the medical colleges. Many of the students who have returned form Ukraine do not meet this requirement. It is requested that the relevant guidelines may be relaxed as a very special case to accommodate these students.”

The letter concludes, “I also request you that as students who have returned to other states are facing similar problems, the steps that may be taken by NMC be implemented for other states as well.”

Will Give Stipends To Ukraine-Returned Students: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

Didi declared that the West Bengal government will arrange theeducation of students at an ostensible expense. The state government will grant internships to students in government medical colleges and will be given a stipend. First-year medical students may start afresh in medical educational institutes in the State.

The state will also write to the medical council that students in their fourth, fifth, and sixth years of college be allowed to practice in Bengal.

Didi also noted that since there are fewer government colleges, the government will seek permission from NMC to offer scholarships to students so that they can study in private colleges.

By DNI DESK

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