No NEET Exam; Medical admission based on +2 marks – Government of Tamil Nadu!!! Tamil Nadu ministers suggested at a meeting of state education ministers that NEET examinations should no longer be held in the state and that admissions to medical colleges governed by the state government should be done on the basis of Class XII Exam Marks.
A conference with all state education ministers was convened yesterday to discuss the Class XII final exams for pupils enrolled in institutions that follow the Central Government School Education CBSE system. Then-Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister K. Ponmudi stated that the NEET test should not be held in Tamil Nadu and that medical admission should be done in state-run medical colleges based on plus two marks.
Speaking to reporters after the consultation meeting with state ministers, Anbil Mahesh, CBSE He said a decision would be taken by Tuesday to change the advice given by the central government on the general examination for school students to suit Tamil Nadu. The meeting also discussed the Class XII general examinations to be held at the state level and the various entrance examinations that students will face later.
This perspective of the Minister of Higher Education has been misconstrued, according to a press statement released by the Government of Tamil Nadu, and it has been claimed in some media that the Government of Tamil Nadu will conduct the NEET examination alone at the state level This is totally incorrect, as stated. It further stated that the Tamil Nadu government’s stance of not allowing admission through the NEET examination in the state had not changed.
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