However, college students who’re from the CBSE stream and personal colleges get extra alternatives to review drugs and this was “injustice,” he mentioned.
As a alternative to NEET, an skilled committee ought to be appointed to set standards, and admissions to medical faculties ought to be primarily based on reservation coverage and primacy should be given to college students of authorities colleges, he mentioned and urged Stalin to take appropriage measures.
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In view of the pandemic, the Tamil Nadu authorities days in the past cancelled class 12 board exams. Admission to school programs can be primarily based on faculty marks, to be awarded primarily based on a standards, following suggestions of a panel, the federal government had mentioned.
Citing information, the Congress chief mentioned that in 2018-19 and 2019-20, although 700 aspirants from state-run establishments had cleared NEET, solely 9 of them obtained admission in authorities medical faculties.
In the wake of NEET, “injustice” relatively elevated and didn’t decline, he alleged in a press release.
Only to assist handle this concern did the Tamil Nadu authorities not too long ago introduce 7.5 per cent reservation in medical admissions to authorities faculty college students who cleared NEET.
Still, solely 405 college students who studied in authorities colleges might enroll themselves in authorities medical faculties, whereas about 3,000 (authorities sector) seats went to these from the CBSE stream and different personal colleges, he mentioned.
“The time has come to remvoe this injustice and at the same time, it is the need of the hour to improve the standard of education in Tamil Nadu government schools.”
Hence, Chief Minister Stalin ought to take all efforts to take away the “injustice” attributable to NEET, Alagiri urged. Tamil Nadu has 5,550 MBBS seats, 3,600 within the authorities sector and 1,950 within the personal sector Work is on to arrange 11 new authorities medical faculties and these new establishments within the state sector would usher in an extra 1,650 seats.