Uzbekistan offers 2000 medical seats for Ukraine returned Indian students

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The Medical Higher Education Institutes of Uzbekistan offers 2000 medical seats for Ukraine returned Indian students.

Uzbekistan will be offering two undergraduate medical programmes for Indian students. An MD diploma with a duration of 6 years and a 5+1 programme, including 5 years of MBBS degrees and 1 year of internship. The programme will be offered at an affordable price along with study and stay accommodations with Indian food. It also has a large modern infrastructure, many teaching beds associated with government hospitals and clinics, and 30% Indian and international professors with additional training to help students prepare for the FMGE/NEXT exam.

The MHEIs of Uzbekistan provided 2000 seats to relocate the students pursuing their MBBS in Ukraine but had to come back due to the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia.

Students will have to pass the screening test regulations, Foreign Medical Graduate Licentiate (FMGL) Regulations-2021 of the National Medical Commission (NMC) (Screening test regulations 2002), adopted by the MHEIs of Uzbekistan. Dilshod Akhatov, Uzbekistan ambassador, also presented provisional admission letters to the students who have successfully cleared the interview session conducted by the Government’s Higher Medical Institutes of Uzbekistan like Bukhara State Medical Institute and Tashkent Medical Academy. 

The students and their parents highly appreciate this gesture of the ambassador. And Dr B.Divya Raj Reddy, Director of NEO and Indian Representative for MHEIs of the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan, and other students presented the ambassador with a customized canvas painting frame. 

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