DAVANAGERE: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said here on Monday that the union government is seriously considering alternate solutions for medical students who returned from war-torn Ukraine without completing their education.
Speaking to journalists in Davanagere before attending the death rites of Karnataka student Naveen, Bommai stated that the course in Ukraine is not the same as that in India. The union government is concerned about their future because it involves students from several states.
Medical education in the private sector is expensive, notwithstanding the modest government price. Even students who secure 90-95 percent are not admitted to NEET, he said. Because the cost of seats in the management and NRI quotas is so high, students look for other options, he says.
"To minimise the charge, we are considering categorising the seats into A, B, and C categories. The Medical Council of India makes decisions on medical course concerns. In this regard, there is a rethinking going on "Bommai stated.