Need 3-4 weeks for decision on quota for govt school students who clear NEET: TN Governor – education
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit said Thursday that he needs 3-4 weeks to make a decision on reserving medical courses for public school students who pass the National Income and Eligibility Test (NEET).
In response to the letter from DMK chairman MK Stalin, he wrote: “I have received your letter dated 21.10.2020, regarding the bill that provides a 7.5 percent reserve to students studying at the sixth through twelfth grade public schools and passed the NEET undergraduate exam. medical admissions “.
“I would like to inform you that I have taken care of the matter and that I look at it from all angles. I need at least 3-4 weeks to make a decision. The same was also reported to the delegation of Ministers who visited me recently, ”said the Governor of Tamil Nadu.
This comes after the president of DMK urged the governor of Tamil Nadu to consent to legislation that provides a 7.5 percent reserve on medical admissions for public school students.
“Request to consent to the bill passed in the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu to provide a horizontal reserve of 7.5 percent for public school students in medical studies,” the letter read.
“In light of the NEET results announced on October 16, 2020, students in government schools could benefit from the reserve in this academic year itself, only if the passage of the 7.5 horizontal reserve bill percent approved by the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu is granted immediately, without further delay, ”the letter said.
“Therefore, on behalf of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), the main opposition party that supported the bill, I urge you to immediately consent to the bill and help fulfill the dream of the students of public schools to some extent studying medicine. as his profession, “he added.