The demand for NEET PG Cut Off Marks Reduction of the in-service doctors; and the opposition to the lowering of qualifying marks by some other doctors; are right when we look from one other’s point of view.
Looking at the positive side of the cut-off reduction is that more doctors will be qualified; and many of the less in demand clinical seats; and the non-clinical seats which would have otherwise left vacant, will not be unfilled.
Hence request by the Health ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana made to Union Health Minister Shri J P Nadda; is valid and practical in one angle.
Not to discount of what the opposition doctors have said.
These doctors will never have any competition from the low ranked NEET qualifiers.
NEET PG Cut Off Marks Reduction will not compromise quality
Hence they need not worry about quality being compromised.
In fact, by opposing they are depriving so many in-service and other doctors; who have interest in taking admission in non-clinical seats.
When it comes to Management / NRI quota seats, they are in no way taking away the government or merit seats of 85% quota.
Management and NRI quota seats are separate by constitutional act as 15%.
Thus NEET PG Cut Off Marks Reduction is not hampering the chances of other doctors.