NEET Exam 2021: Panel headed by former judge of Madras High Court will submit report on NEET exam in a month

NEET Exam 2021: A committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of a former judge of Madras High Court regarding the effect of NEET exam. This panel will study the impact of NEET Exam 2021 for admission to medical courses in the state and submit a report. Let us inform that this high level committee was constituted by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on 5 June 2021. The report will be submitted by the committee within one month.

The decision was taken to cancel the board exams in Tamil Nadu. Chief Minister Stalin had demanded the postponement of the board exams as well as the cancellation of exams like NEET 2021 and JEE. In this regard, Stalin has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealing to cancel the examinations. Along with this, a high level committee has also been constituted to review the impact of the examinations. Let us tell you that there are parties of opposition against NEET Exam 2021. Almost all the parties are unanimously demanding that the conduct of NEET exam should be cancelled. This examination is being told against the principle of social justice.

Team constituted under the chairmanship of former Justice

A high level committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of retired judge AK Rajan to review the impact of NEET exam. Apart from Justice Rajan, eight other members have been included in this panel. This includes Dr GR Rabindranath (Doctors Association for Social Equality), Jawahar Neeson (Academician) and six top government officials. These include the Principal Secretary of the Department of Medical and Family Welfare.

Students coming from rural areas do not get admission

All parties in Tamil Nadu have come together to review the impact of NEET exam. The parties had repeatedly said that students coming from rural areas, studying in government schools and belonging to backward classes are not able to get admission in medical courses.

Protest after Dalit girl’s suicide

The protest against NEET exam in Tamil Nadu has increased manifold after the suicide of several candidates, including a Dalit girl. The previous AIADMK government had also introduced 7.5 per cent reservation for government school students who cleared NEET in October last year.

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