Exemption for NEET exam in Tamil Nadu? A report will be submitted to the Central Government – TN Minister M. Subramanian.According to Minister of People’s Welfare M. Subramanian, a thorough report on the effects of the NEET test will be presented to the Union Government in the best interests of Tamil Nadu students. M. Subramanian, the health minister for Tamil Nadu, explained to the media where the NEET Exemption Bill stands right now.
Then, he declared, “The Tamil Nadu government’s objective is to obtain exemption from the NEET examination.” The NEET Exemption Bill has been forwarded to the President by Governor RN Ravi. The Tamilnadu government would use every available means to obtain NEET exam exemption. The letter from the Union Government was delivered to the Tamil Nadu Law Department through Governor RN Ravi of that state.
The Union Government’s remark indicates that the NEET exam is merit-based. It has been questioned whether the Union Government’s note violates the National Education Policy. Two departments of the Union Government have requested more information, including whether the NEET Exemption Bill falls under their domain.
The Union Ministry of Health and the Ministry of AYUSH are prepared to respond to your inquiries. A reply letter from the Tamil Nadu government will be issued to the Union government shortly after the Chief Minister’s permission indicating that the State Governments have the authority, he said.
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