Students from Telangana who had gone to Ukraine to check drugs, will now have their research funded by the state authorities, Chief Minister Okay Chandrashekar Rao stated within the aftermath of an enormous debate over why Indian college students go overseas to check drugs. Making the announcement within the state meeting as we speak, Mr Rao stated 740 college students from the state have been finding out drugs in Ukraine and have now returned from the war-torn nation. “We will write to the Center to say we will support them,” Mr Rao stated in his deal with.
The Central authorities lately evacuated 18,000-plus Indians from Ukraine. Most of them have been college students who had gone to check drugs, the price of which is cheaper within the former Soviet republic.
The Russian invasion in February got here as an enormous shock to the scholars, who discovered themselves stranded with out satisfactory meals, water and in some circumstances, even shelter. A pupil from neighboring Karnataka, Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagowdar, died in Russian shelling in Kharkiv.
Back house, a debate began on whether or not college students have to go overseas.
While some argued that solely college students who fail to clear the medical entrance exams in India go overseas, others argued that India doesn’t have sufficient medical seats to accommodate all deserving candidates.
The controversy sharpened after Union Minister Pralhad Joshi’s remark that college students research overseas “after failing to qualify” in aggressive exams in India.
It drew a pointy response from the grieving father of Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagowdar, who drew consideration to the excessive price of finding out drugs in India. His son, he stated, was an clever pupil who needed to go to Ukraine as he couldn’t afford to check drugs in India.
“The donation may be very excessive for these wanting to check drugs right here. Intelligent college students will go overseas to check, they usually spend a lesser quantity when in comparison with Karnataka. Here, a pupil should pay in crores to get a medical seat beneath quota , he stated.