New Delhi: Thursday’s Delhi High Court says a group of Indian medical students studying at a Chinese university cannot use a visa from Chinese authorities.
A group of about 150 students from Ningbo University in China said they returned to India in early 2020 and have since been stuck here due to visa availability from Chinese authorities.
Judge DN Patel and Judge Jyoti Singh’s department bench called for the Center’s response through the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Health and the NMC, and posted the issue on March 21 for the next hearing.
The court asked respondents to sympathetically consider the issue, as the petitioner was only praying for research arrangements while notifying the matter.
A lawyer who appeared on behalf of a student during the hearing was stuck in India due to pending restrictions imposed by the Chinese government, putting the careers of about 18,000 students at stake. Insisted.
He also said that in light of the 2021 regulations, transfer from current Chinese medical colleges to foreign medical colleges outside of China is not permitted.
In the current unusual situation, they are not allowed to practice physical education in India by the NMC, and authorities have not provided any explanation for approval of an online theory class attended by a medical college in China. The petition insisted.
The petitioner met with the relevant Chinese authorities and asked the NMC to approve online classes by universities and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China to address and resolve the petitioner’s concerns.
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