Tamil Nadu government demands public opinion on NEET

The National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 exam will be held on August 1, 2021. At the same time, the Tamil Nadu government has formed a high-level committee to study the impact of NEET 2021 on medical access. In addition, the government has asked the public to send their opinion on NEET 2021 by 23 June 2021. The government has issued a notice for this and sought advice from the public regarding the NEET examination.

The government has issued a notice and sought public opinion on NEET 2021

According to a local newspaper, the government issued a notice, “Public Opinion on NEET 2021 is invited and may be sent by email or post on or before June 23, 2021, in a box placed on the premises of the Directorate of Medical Education.” The email id that sends a response is [email protected]

The Committee Neat Studying the impact of student-based admission

Let us tell you that the NEET test was first launched in 2012. Several states including Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu have vehemently opposed the test. The panel, headed by retired Madras High Court judge AK Rajan, will study whether NEET-based admissions in medical and dental colleges affect Tamil Nadu students. The committee has been asked to submit a report within a month.

The government will make further plans based on the recommendations of the committee.

Specifically, the government plans its next course of action based on the recommendations of the NEET 2021 committee. At the same time, public opinion plays an important role in the government’s action plan.

Earlier this month, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that all major entrance exams of professional courses should be canceled due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. There were also concerns about the pen-and-paper admission test to be conducted at the test centers.

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