Thousands of Indians studying medicine in China returned home for winter vacation early last year and then got stuck, and Covid hasstrengthenedhis ties and is now more worried and unable to return
Thousands of Indians studying medicine in China returned home for the last winter break, then found themselves stranded and unable to return due to the Covid tightening, and after months they are now over. worried. I will do it. Not to mention when Beijing will lift travel restrictions.
Many students say that while online courses continue, the lack of access to hands-on courses raises major questions about training as a doctor and the future. “I attended an online lesson, but completely missed the lesson. I have done two years of research, but have no anatomy yet,” Xi said. an Jiaotong. Richa Singh *, a second year MBBS student, said most Chinese apps are banned in India. Is forced to install a virtual private network (VPN) to access the classroom, but most of 2020 will not be able to continue the physical classroom. Unsurprisingly, due to global travel standards, students are demanding a deadline to return to China.
According to 2019 data, more than 23,000 Indian students are studying various courses in Chinese universities. Among them, more than 21,000 people enrolled in MBBS. According to Shamik Majumdar of Omkar Medicom, a consulting firm for Indian students who want to pursue MBBS abroad, China is slowly allowing international students to return, but the second wave of COVID 19 in India Degrees are their test.
“I have contacted the deans of various universities where Indian students attend and the universities want to admit them back, but the situation at Covid in India is still not fully under control all,” he said. “As China is preparing for the Winter Olympics, these students will probably return in September and October this year,” he added.
Recently, nearly 3,000 students gathered to form a “Chinese Indian Students”group on the instantmessagingtelegram to share ideas on how to get the attention of the Indian and Chinese governments. The Twitter campaign started with the hashtag #takeusbacktochina. They also contacted Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month and called on the government to intervene.
“We are 25,000 Indian students studying at a university inChinaand have been forced to take online coursesin the past 17 months due to travel and visa restrictions. Our medical research hasrequired a lot.practice and teamwork, but our admission to China and everyuniversitywas blocked bya letter, according to the letter. For the past year and a half, we have suffered every day. Ravi Varma*, a fourth-year student at Nantong Medical College, also sought help from the Indian Embassy in China, but said it was unsuccessful.
“We contacted the Indian Embassy in China about to 5 months ago Chinese officials have learned that they are recalling the students. They have not contacted us yet,” he said. declared. This is Varma *, which is also part of the China International Student Union (CISU), an independent institution for international students wishing to study abroad. Universities and research institutes in China. There is no clear deadline for the return to Chinese authorities.