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If NEET CONTINUES FOR FEW MORE YEARS : If the NEET exam, which is the central medical entrance exam, continues there we might not get expert doctors in government hospitals.
The Justice AK Rajan committee Report
The Tamilnadu government has formed the The Justice AK Rajan committee that comprises 9 members including state health secretary to study and analyze the socio-economic impact of NEET.
This 165 page report is the basis of the tamilnadu assembly for the voting whether NEET should be held or not.
The state has decided to exempt the centralized exam for their students and said that students should be enrolled in medical colleges not by NEET but through class 12 marks.
The report said that students who are enrolled in medical colleges through NEET are performing badly in comparison with the students who enrolled through class 12 marks.
The report also suggested that NEET is bent towards the students from upper section or rich families of the society.
NEET has a negative impact on public Healthcare systems because as soon as medical students complete their post graduation they join private corporate hospitals to work instead of government hospitals.
It is also said that this trend started with the initiative of the NEET exam.
Therefore Dr jawahar nesan, member of the Justice AK Rajan committee said that “NEET is destructive and it shatters the public health system”
The report has received a great response from the public as it received 9000 responses from the public about the NEET impact.
The report also suggested that students have shifted their board of education from TNBSE to CBSE by the ratio of 31% decrease in students from TNBSE and 30% increase in students in CBSE as NEET exam has mainly CBSE syllabus.
Thus it is concluded that if NEET continues to be in Tamilnadu, this state will get a setback among the states in the medical and health care system.