India-China News: After more than two years of Kovid visa restrictions, China recently issued visas to a select few students to come back.
India has published a detailed opinion to students wishing to study medicine in China, in which they were warned of the many problems they could be confronted after studying in China. In the council, the students were informed of the percentage of weak success of the examination, of the constraint to learn the official Putonghua language and the strict rules to practice as a doctor in India. This advice was issued at a time when many Indian students who have been studying in Chinese medical establishments have been sitting at home for more than two years due to the prohibition of Kovid visa in Beijing.
According to official estimates, there are currently more than 23,000 Indian students registered in various Chinese universities, many of whom are medical students. After more than two years of Kovid visa restrictions, China recently delivered visas to a few selected students to return. But most of these students find it difficult to return because direct flights are not available and discussions are underway for limited flight facilities between the two countries for quarantine restrictions in Beijing. Meanwhile, Chinese Medicine Faculties began to admit new students from India and abroad.
In this context, the Indian Embassy of Beijing published a detailed opinion on Thursday for students who wish to study medicine in China. The Council deals with the difficulties that Indian students who study in China may be confronted. Apart from this, strict rules have also been given on the qualifications they have to acquire in order to practice medicine in India after studies. The opinion stipulates that for practice in India, between 2015 and 2021, only 16% of students could successfully examine.
During this period, out of 40,417 students, only 6,387 students could qualify the foreign graduate exam (FMG) carried out by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The opinion said that between 2015 and 2021, only 16% of Indian students who studied clinical medicine courses of 45 recognized Chinese universities could pass.
Parents who want to send their children to Chinese universities should read this, “said the opinion. Apart from that, in the advice issued by the embassy, it was also said that the costs of each University are different and they should contact the university directly before taking admission.