The National Eligibility Come Entrance Test (NEET), a committee formed by Justice (Retired) AK Rajan to study the impact of the backward classes of Tamil Nadu students, said the test would lead the state to pre-independence times.
The committee said the government should end it at every step by adopting the law and due process. The committee’s report, which had previously been submitted to the state government, was made public on Monday. The state government could pass legislation to eliminate NEET’s need for alternative medical education and obtain the approval of the president.
Rajan Committee The report was made public on Monday
The Tamil Nadu government on Monday disclosed the recommendations of the former Justice AK Rajan committee on the impact of the National Eligibility Come Entrance Test (NEE). The 165-page report was submitted to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on July 14, and AK Rajan told the media that the selection of medical candidates has been canceled mainly on the basis of NEET scores.
Neat By continuing Of Tamil Nadua Health care system Will be affected
Publicly accessed documents from Latest Today Live said on Monday, “If NEET continues for a few more years, the health system in Tamil Nadu will be severely affected. There may not be enough physicians to deploy at various primary care centers. There may not be enough specialist doctors to recruit in government hospitals. “
Not only this, the rural and urban poor are unable to enroll in medical courses. Tamil Nadu may eventually return to pre-independence days, where only doctors attending to the “barefoot” needs are available in small towns and villages.
Prohibition on NEET for admission to medical courses
The report states that Tamil Nadu will fall from the ranks of states in the medical and health care system. The Committee therefore recommended the State Government to take immediate steps to eliminate the use of NEET in admission to medical courses at all levels by complying with required legal and / or legislative procedures.
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