File picture of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Okay Palaniswami (PTI Photo)
Accusing opposition DMK chief M Okay Stain of enacting a farce by providing to pay the charges, the chief minister mentioned the scholars needn’t look forward to scholarship funds.
- Last Updated: November 21, 2020, 20:48 IST
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Okay Palaniswami on Saturday ordered creation of a revolving fund to pay charges of presidency faculty college students who cleared NEET and had been allotted seats in non-public medical and dental schools beneath the governments 7.5 per cent reservation. The Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation, which has been directed to create this fund, has been requested to settle the schooling and hostel charges on to the respective schools.
“This measure is aimed toward giving impact to my announcement on November 18 to offer publish matric scholarship and different monetary help to all authorities faculty college students who’ve been allotted seats (within the undergraduate programs) beneath the 7.5 per cent quota, Palaniswami mentioned in a press release on Saturday in Chennai. Accusing opposition DMK chief M Okay Stain of enacting a farce by providing to pay the charges, the chief minister mentioned the scholars needn’t look forward to scholarship funds.
“Despite being conscious that these college students would get monetary help from the federal government, DMK supplied its assist. This is nothing however a political drama,” Palaniswami charged.
Earlier within the day, the DMK chief had introduced that his get together would bear the schooling charges of presidency faculty college students who obtained admission in non-public medical schools beneath the 7.5 per cent horizontal reservation. Palaniswami mentioned he had introduced publish matric scholarship and different monetary support, as poor college students from authorities colleges and people from Corporation, Municipality, Adi Dravidar, Tribal Welfare, Kallar Denotified Tribes colleges and Forest Department colleges had been financially not able to fund their larger research.