After the Tamil Nadu authorities has launched a report highlighting social and financial impacts of implementing the centralised medical entrance examination – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) – different states together with Maharashtra have additionally raised voices to scrap NEET. President of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee has written a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray asking him to scrap NEET for the state-based college students as nicely.
Tamil Nadu has not too long ago handed a invoice within the Assembly in search of exemption of state-based college students from the centralised examination. The preamble of the Bill to scrape NEET, which was handed within the Tamil Nadu Assembly identified the NEET favored the wealthy and elite sections of the society and never the weaker sections.
The state additionally launched a report which highlights that the healthcare infrastructure is being adversly impacted as a result of NEET. It additionally showcased that those that take teaching and college students from rich households are those who are likely to clear the doorway examination whereas these from rural and concrete poor households are at drawback.
Patole in his letter mentioned that like Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra too ought to think about providing admissions to medical schools based mostly on class 12 scores. He highlighted lapses within the not too long ago carried out NEET and mentioned that it might be ‘injustice’ for college kids to contemplate their NEET rating because the medical entrance is skewed in direction of these from central bards like CBSE, CISCE.
NEET 2021 query paper was additionally discovered floating about 37 minutes after the beginning of the examination. Further, the function of an alleged impersonator for taking the examination on behalf of the scholar can be being investigated. Many candidates are demanding a re-exam and investigation towards National Testing Agency (NTA) – the examination organising physique because of the alleged dishonest instances.
Currently, NEET is the one gateway for admissions to medical and dental schools in India.