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NEET Latest Update: Tamil Nadu Government Invites Public Opinion on Entrance Exam Amid COVID-19

Tamil Nadu State Government has invited opinion from the public on NEET exam. The opinion can be shared in not more than 5-pages on or before June 23.

The state government under the Chief Minister MK Stalin formed a 9 member committee to study the impact of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) on the students belonging to marginalized committees or those studying in government schools. The 9 member committee, composed of government officials and educationists, was headed by the retired judge of Madras High Court, AK Rajan. The committee has invited opinion from the public on the same.

Tamil Nadu Government Invites Public Opinion on conducting NEET 2021
Tamil Nadu Government Invites Public Opinion

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The advertisement reads, “Public opinion is invited and the same may be sent in not exceeding 5 pages on or before 23-6-2021 either by email or post or may drop in the box kept at the committee office in the Director of Medical Education campus.” Suggestions can be sent on [email protected].

As notified by the State Government last Thursday, the committee will submit its report within a month. The government will take further decisions based on the report and recommendations of the committee. The committee is expected to come up with alternate admission procedures and the scope to implement them.

Demands To Cancel NEET UG 2021

All the state parties including DMK and AIADMK are demanding for NEET UG 2021 to be scrapped. In early June, Stalin wrote to PM Narendra Modi requesting for exempting the students of Tamil Nadu from NEET. He further demanded for medical seats to be filled on the basis of Class XII scores. The state government is against holding the exam because of it being biased against the state board students due to the difference in syllabus. The former Chief Minister, K Karunanidhi also insisted on seats being filled on the basis of Class XII marks.

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