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Tamil Nadu government to introduce bill seeking exemption from NEET on Monday

Tamil Nadu authorities to introduce invoice searching for exemption from NEET on Monday | Information

New Delhi: The Tamil Nadu authorities is all set to introduce a invoice within the Legislative Meeting searching for a everlasting exemption to the state from Nationwide Eligibility cum Entrance Take a look at (NEET), ANI reported.
The invoice might be launched within the Legislative Meeting on Monday (September 13). Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin stated that NEET is a serious concern of the nation. Taking to Twitter, he wrote, “…Tomorrow we are going to carry the Everlasting Exemption Invoice for NEET. Allow us to take NEET as a difficulty of the Indian subcontinent.” 
Tamil Nadu Govt will introduce a invoice within the Legislative Meeting searching for state’s exemption from NEET examination, tomorrow
— ANI (@ANI) September 12, 2021
Stalin’s assertion comes after a 19-year-old medical aspirant was discovered lifeless at his residence in Salem hours earlier than the NEET examination. The NEET 2021 for admission in Undergraduate medical programs was performed throughout India on Sunday. The examination was postponed earlier as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. 
Attacking the Stalin-led DMK, AIADMK Coordinator Okay. Palaniswami stated the state authorities’s “false” ballot promise of cancelling NEET resulted within the suicide of the 19-year previous medical aspirant. 
Earlier this week, the Supreme Courtroom had on September 6 rejected a writ petition filed searching for instructions for rescheduling of NEET-UG 2021 examination to a date publish the declaration of the CBSE compartment, non-public, correspondence exams.
In the meantime, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had urged the Centre to defer the NEET exams and accused the federal government of being “blind to scholar’s misery” .”Authorities of India (GOI) is blind to college students` misery. Postpone #NEET examination. Allow them to have a good likelihood,” Gandhi tweeted. 
 Hitting at Gandhi on Wednesday, Union Training Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had referred to as him a “pseudo skilled” with an “overflowing self-importance and a misplaced sense of entitlement”. He condemned Gandhi for “questioning the knowledge” of the Supreme Courtroom and consultants on the NEET schedule, and stated that the “yuvraj (prince)” ought to stick with “his experience of concocting lies than issuing statements on issues he has no understanding of”.
(With company inputs)
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