“Admissions to medical education courses can be traced to Entry 25 of List III, Program VII of the Constitution. Therefore, the state government is competent to regulate it. So, I’m going to move this bill, “CM K Stalin he said, as the BJP MLA came out in protest. The bill seeks to circumvent Neet and have only Class XII grades as criteria for admission to MBBS, BDS, and homeopathy courses.
Opposition parties such as AIADMK and PMK, as well as DMK allies, supported the bill. However, the BJP members left the assembly in protest.
A high-level committee, headed by Judge AK Rajan, a former Madras High Court judge created by the DMK government in June, informed the government that Neet had undermined diverse social representation in MBBS and higher medical courses, favoring the The hardest hit were students in public schools, those with parental incomes of less than Rs 2.5 lakh per year, and those in the most backward classes, SC and Scheduled tribes.
The committee said the Neet did not appear to guarantee the merit or level of students offered MBBS under its purview.
The Rajan Justice committee received opinions from 86,342 people and presented its report on July 14. “The panel recommended that the state government pass a law, such as the Professional Educational Institutions Admission Act of 2006 (TN Law 3 of 2007),” Stalin said. Following the recommendations, the state government established another committee of secretaries headed by the secretary general V Irai Anbu the 15th of July. The committee of secretaries recommended the same route to annul Neet.
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin He said it was wrong to say that Neet improved the standard of medical examinations. TN had one of the highest medical and dental institutions even before 2017. “Admission based on the qualifying examination will in no way lower the level of education, as the upper secondary study program is of sufficient standard.” , said.