The world did not see any disaster like the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Its been more than six months since the war started. Russia is not taking a back step and the Ukrainian forces are also not giving up. The war also showed its impact on India with students studying there being forced to come back to India.
The students are fighting to see that they will get admission to Indian colleges as they cannot go back. However, the students are yet to be taken into Indian institutions. Amid this, the Ukrainian institutions placed Indian students in a tight spot.
As per the media reports, the colleges in Ukraine are reportedly n plans to resume the offline classes, followed by the mandatory "Krok" exam. Only those who pass the exams will be sent next year. The concerned students reportedly started receiving the message.
Saying that things are normal now, the University authorities reportedly assured them that there is nothing to worry about. But the question here is how far the assurance can be taken for granted. When the Russian forces waged a war, the Indian students did not get any help. The initiative taken by the Indian government safely brought them back.
As passing the exam is very key to going to next year, there is no other option for the students to take the exam. But no one can guarantee their safety. If something happens bad the students had to face the impact and there is no other option left. They are fearing the same.