HYDERABAD: In major relief for around 711 medical students, who returned to Telangana after the Russo-Ukrainian war, the state government has decided to help them continue their studies in the state and meet their tuition fees. schooling. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao made a statement to the state Legislative Assembly on Tuesday in response to the debate on the Appropriation Bill.
The Chief Minister said that some poor students, who were unable to study medicine in the state as it would cost more than Rs 1 crore for a management quota seat, traveled to Ukraine to follow the course.
“The government helped them to return from Ukraine to the state. But what is their fate now. Can they return to Ukraine to continue their education? The situation is not conducive,” said the chief minister and announced that the state government would assist all such students to pursue higher education in the state.
All of their education expenses would be covered by the state government, Rao said. He also added that the state government will write a letter to the central government asking for help for the students to continue their medical courses in the state.