Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Wednesday sought the assist of his Telangana counterpart Okay Chandrasekhar Rao towards the medical entrance check – NEET. He despatched a delegation led by Ilangovan to satisfy with industries, municipal minister and TRS working president KT Rama Rao in Hyderabad right here.
The delegation included Kalanidhi Veeraswamy and others who handed over a letter written by Stalin to KT Rama Rao who will in flip hand over it to the Chief Minister.
Stalin just lately demanded that the Centre cancel NEET and shield the pursuits of different states and the scholars as effectively.
He wrote to 12 states looking for their assist from chief ministers towards the Centre for its proposal to conduct NEET exams. He opposed the Centre for ignoring the states on nationwide stage exams.
Stalin had just lately written a letter to KCR to demand the Centre to cancel NEET.
Elangovan instructed the media that Stalin urged KCR to oppose NEET. He accused the Centre of ignoring the states whereas conducting a nationwide frequent entrance examination for admission to medical schools. The Tamil Nady chief argued that the Centre ought to cancel NEET now retaining in view the way forward for the scholars.
He contended that the Centre was depriving the rights of the states and ignoring them on some points. Elangovan additional stated that they might get assist from KCR and trigger and KTR gave an assurance on this regard.
Tamil Nadu has just lately handed a invoice to cancel NEET. With the Bill, the federal government needs that college students from their state needs to be exempted from the centralised examination. They are on the lookout for one other entry gateway for medical aspirants. While the state proposes college students will also be admitted to medical schools primarily based on class 12 rating and NEET won’t be the one gateway to “guarantee social justice and shield all weak scholar communities from being discriminated towards admission to medical training programmes”.
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