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Stressed by NEET, a 20-year old boy ends his life: A 20-year old boy, Dhanush kills himself hours before the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) – 2021. As per the reports, Dhanush of Koolaiyur village in Salem district attempted two times for clearing the NEET exam, but he failed in both attempts. This time, it was his third attempt. But, hours before giving out the NEET he hanged himself.
As per the news reports, Dhanush told his parents that he would fail his third attempt too. Certainly, Dhanush was too stressed for giving out his third NEET attempt.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin showed his condolences:
Getting this news, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MK Stalin showed his condolences and put forward a way of getting out of the national level medical entrance exam. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister 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.
With this, 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. 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. Plus, 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 anti-NEET bill got passed in the Tamil Nadu Assembly:
In the Tamil Nadu Assembly, the anti-NEET bill was fully supported by the opposition party AIADMK (All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam). 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.
The anti-NEET bill passed after hours in the Tamil Nadu Assembly. Now, the bill has to pass the legal procedure.
The stress of a 20-year old Dhanush for his third attempt for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was a clear strike to our system leading students to many questionable terms. The Tamil Nadu Assembly for this purpose passed an anti-NEET bill on Monday. This anti-NEET bill was supported by the Tamil Nadu opposition party All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK).