Coronavirus Impact: China to postpone MBBS semester
700 Indian students, over 500 of them are enrolled in the medicine course in Wuhan city's medical colleges and universities.
New Delhi: The Chinese Embassy has recently announced that the State Council of China has decided to postpone the new semester of the universities including Southwest University for which Secretary (HFW) had represented.
In the meeting of Ms Preeti Sudan, Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, with Chinese Ambassador a few days back, she had requested that students who had returned from China were representing that their respective universities were asking them to join back or they would lose their admission status. This request has been responded to favourably.
The Chinese Embassy has written that the State Council of China has decided to postpone the new semester of the universities including Southwest University for which Secretary (HFW) had represented, it was informed
The students will be notified by their respective Universities accordingly.
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