Helpline for Indian Student in Ukraine
With many Indians, mainly students, now stuck in Ukraine amid the Russian invasion, the Centre as well as the states have launched 24-hour helplines to assist them.
The Ministry of External Affairs has prioritized the safety of these people, especially the students. It has set up a 24-hour control room in Delhi and launched the following 24-hour helplines:
Indian students in need of further assistance in Ukraine can also send emails at email@example.com.
Many states of India have also issued helpline numbers:
Telangana: The helplines to reach Telangana Bhavan:
The helplines to connect with the Telangana Secretariat in Hyderabad
Kerela: Department of Non-Resident Keralites (NORKA) can be reached at 1800 425 3939 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andhra Pradesh: The helpline number of Andhra Pradesh is 011-23384016.
Stranded individuals can also contact:
Ravi Shanker, OSD: 9871999055
M.V.S. Rama Rao, Assistant Commissioner: 9871990081
A.S.R.N. Saibabu, Assistant Commissioner: 987199943
Karnataka: The state’s emergency center can be reached at 080-1070 and 080-22340676
Uttar Pradesh: The UP government has issued a helpline number 9454441081
Meghalaya: The helpline numbers issued by the Meghalaya government:
+91 93660 66565 and +91 98632 57261.
Mumbai: Residents of the island city stuck in Ukraine can contact officials on 022-22664232 or e-mail email@example.com.
Punjab: The district administration of Jalandhar has issued the helpline number 0181-2224 417
Uttarakhand: Uttarakhand has issued the helpline number 112 to provide details of kin and friends stranded in Ukraine
Other helplines for Indians stuck in Ukraine:
For assistance from the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, students can contact +380997300428 and +38099730048. They can also send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.