Enough is enough! Let’s stop the State Board and CBSE discussions in Tamil Nadu; and start the MBBS admissions process immediately so that once admitted; the MBBS first year students’ needs to cover lot of syllabus.
Suicide of Anitha – a medical aspirant who fought against NEET created a huge political and social upheaval in Tamil Nadu.
The government order and setting aside of the order by the single judge of Madras High Court and so on and so forth is eating away the precious time of the NEET qualified candidates looking for getting admissions in the medical colleges of Tamil Nadu.
Before We Stop the State Board and CBSE discussions in Tamil Nadu, let’s read paragraphs below
The question is right asking by the Government of Tamil Nadu. Why “Admission to MBBS and BDS Courses Bill, 2017” which was passed unanimously in the Legislative assembly on February 1, 2017 and sent to Government of India, to get the assent of the President of India under Article 254 (2) of the Constitution, and does not have rejection so far?”
We cannot undermine the aim and duty of the Government of Tamil Nadu to protect the interest of State Board students who are more in numbers in comparison to CBSE numbers (6,877 schools of State Board and 268 of CBSE schools).
Hence, in my opinion, Government of Tamil Nadu with its duty-bound objective is rational in appealing to Madras High Court against the order of the single judge who set aside the 85% reservation of the MBBS seats to State board students and 15% for others in MBBS courses for the current academic year of 2017-18.
Whatever, but what about the plight of the NEET qualified candidates of Tamil Nadu; who are eagerly waiting for getting admissions in their medical colleges of choice; and start their academic sessions of MBBS course.
Please let the state and central government medical authorities. Finish their stalemate immediately; and move ahead for the verifications, counseling and allotment of MBBS seats to the merit list candidates.
Hence, humble request to the authorities and medical counseling government institutions; to Stop the State Board and CBSE discussions in Tamil Nadu and move ahead.