Despite 97%, he could not get a medical seat in India: Father of Indian killed in Ukraine, India News News

On Tuesday, an Indian scholar was killed by Russian shelling within the war-torn Ukrainian metropolis of Kharkiv.

Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagoudar had gone to a close-by retailer to make a purchase order.

His good friend later obtained a name from an area authority informing him that Naveen had died. 

The 21-year-old’s father, after his son’s loss of life, stated that “despite scoring 97 per cent in PUC, my son could not secure a medical seat in State. To get a medical seat one has to give crores of rupees, and students are getting the same education abroad spending less money.”


Naveen Shekharappa was a local of Karnataka’s Haveri district. 

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The Indian scholar, who misplaced his life in shelling, was pursuing MBBS in Ukraine’s Kharkiv Nationwide Medical College for the previous six years.

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Kharkiv is the second greatest metropolis in Ukraine and underneath heavy Russian assault.

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(With inputs from companies)

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