Government is not permitted to meddle with the NEET exam; SC Judgement!!Government is not permitted to interact with the decision made by the Supreme Court due to SC ruling on the NEET exam. Here are the details & check below for more info regarding this.
According to Union Education Minister DharmendraPradhan,
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the NEET exam supersedes any decisions made by the central government, and as such, the government is not permitted to meddle with the NEET exam.
DharmendraPradhan, the Union’s Minister of Education, visited Tamil Nadu. He had a morning meeting with Governor RN Ravi today (September 20). Later, he ran into BJP leader Annamalai in Tamil Nadu. L. Murugan, the Union Minister of State, was present.
Later, DharmendraPradhan informed reporters that the state government had taken measures in response to the disclosure of personal recordings of Chandigarh University students. This occurrence is quite regrettable. The National Education Policy is likely to be adopted by Tamil Nadu. A national language is Tamil. The mother tongue should be used in education. As a result, the National Education Policy also includes the Tamil language. Nobody who is opposed to this has a good argument.
Even while some might not currently support the education policy, they will eventually. Tamil Nadu has a long history of excellence in education. When it comes to creating national education policy, Tamil Nadu will always be at the forefront. According to the Supreme Court’s directives, the NEET exam has been implemented in order to equalise persons from all areas of life. The NEET test has previously been thoroughly discussed in Parliament. However, the government cannot intervene because NEET is a Supreme Court ruling and not a decision made by the government. He said this, to be exact. Follow our site for daily updates.
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