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AIADMK in support of the anti-NEET bill of the Tamil Nadu government: The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday tabled the anti-NEET bill in the Tamil Nadu Assembly. This bill turns out to discard the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the medical students of the Tamil Nadu state.
In the Tamil Nadu Assembly, the opposition party AIADMK (All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) supported the anti-NEET bill tabled by the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin. Concerning the purpose of stress among the students for clearing out the national level entrance exam, this bill tabled a whole narrative of a well of mind and lowering down the pressure.
Why is the Tamil Nadu government up for the anti-NEET bill?
The Tamil Nadu government cleared its anti-NEET bill step for lowering down the pressure on the medical students for clearing out a centralized medical entrance exam. As, the NEET is a centralized medical entrance exam, given by medical aspirants for getting a college for carrying out their medical level studies. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) gets conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) and after successfully clearing the examination students can take admission in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery), BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery), BUMS (Bachelor in Unani Medicine and Surgery), BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery), and BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery). The Tamil Nadu government does not want its students to go for a centralized medical entrance exam.
With this instance, the Tamil Nadu government wants to ensure the state’s medical aspirants a low down pressure. As the incident from Tamil Nadu made this step more to think of. On 12 September 2021 hours before taking up the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) a 20-year-old boy Dhanush ended his life by hanging himself. The reasons got fueled and the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday tabled the anti-NEET bill in the Tamil Nadu Assembly.
What is the other option than NEET for the Tamil Nadu government?
As for now, the Tamil Nadu government is seeking a simpler way out for the medical aspirants to be in a medical college. From the talks, medical aspirants can get entry to the medical colleges based on their class 12th score or from a simpler qualifying test. With this, the government of Tamil Nadu also proposes a reservation for the students from government schools. The proposed reservation is 7.5% seats in medical colleges.
The opposition in Tamil Nadu cleared its support for the anti-NEET bill for the welfare of their state’s medical aspirants. Tamil Nadu will opt for another option than NEET in the coming time for the medical aspirants to get an entry to different medical colleges.