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Government warned those who want to study medicine in China, told how trouble can come

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India has issued a detailed advisory to students who want to study medicine in China.
In the advisory, many types of problems have been warned against after studying in China.
A large number of medical students are enrolled in Chinese universities.

Beijing. India has issued a detailed advisory to students wishing to study medicine in China, in which they have been warned about the many problems that they may face after studying in China. In the counseling, students have been told about the low pass percentage of the exam, the compulsion to learn the official language Putonghua and the strict rules for practicing as a doctor in India. This advisory has been issued at a time when many Indian students studying in Chinese medical institutions have been sitting at home for more than two years due to Beijing’s Kovid visa ban.

According to official estimates, there are currently more than 23,000 Indian students enrolled in various Chinese universities, a large number of which are medical students. After more than two years of Kovid visa restrictions, China recently issued visas to a select few students to come back. But most of those students are struggling to come back as direct flights are not available and talks are on for limited flight facilities between the two countries in view of the quarantine restrictions in Beijing. Meanwhile, Chinese medical colleges have started admitting new students from India and abroad.

In this context, the Indian Embassy in Beijing on Thursday issued a detailed advisory for students who want to study medicine in China. The counseling deals with the difficulties that Indian students studying in China may face. Apart from this, strict rules have also been given about the qualifications they have to acquire in order to practice medicine in India after studies. The advisory states that for practice in India, between 2015 and 2021, only 16 percent of students could pass the exam.

During this period, out of 40,417 students, only 6,387 students could qualify the Foreign Medical Graduate (FMG) examination conducted by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The advisory said that between 2015 and 2021, only 16 percent of Indian students who studied clinical medicine courses from 45 recognized Chinese universities could pass.

“Parents who want to send their children to Chinese universities should take cognizance of this fact,” the advisory said. Apart from this, in the advisory issued from the embassy, ​​it was also said that the fees of each university are different and they should contact the university directly before taking admission.

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