Rural and concrete poor could not have the ability to be a part of the medical programs, if NEET continues, reveals Justice AK Rajan committee report on National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET).
According to the report, rural aspirants took an enormous hit on their desires post-NEET. It reveals that in each authorities and self-financed schools, rural college students secured admissions far lower than the city college students within the post-NEET in comparison with the pre-NEET interval.
In the federal government lot, whereas the agricultural college students maintained a mean of 61.45% within the pre-NEET and fell all the way down to 49.91% in 2020-21 within the post-NEET, the city college students who fared 38.55% common within the pre-NEET rose to 50.09% in 2020-21 within the post-NEET, the report revealed.
“…if NEET continues for a few more years. The Health care system of Tamil Nadu will be very badly affected,” reveals the report. It states that the health care system of Tamil Nadu would be “badly affected” if the medical entrance check have been to proceed within the state. The 165-page report had presents a bleak image of what would occur ought to the nationwide check be continued within the state.
“Ultimately Tamil Nadu may go back to pre-independence days, where in small towns and in villages only bare-foot doctors were catering for the needs were available. Tamil Nadu as a State would go down in the rank among States, in the Medical and Health Care system,” stated the report.
There may not be enough doctors being posted at the various primary health centres. There may not be enough expert doctors for being employed in government hospitals, it said.
The report also listed the impact of NEET on the admission of Tamil medium students into government and self-financing medical colleges in Tamil Nadu.
Besides pointing out the possible downfall in standards, the Rajan committee also touched upon the overreach of the Centre in dealing with admissions in a state university, hinging on the debate of impact on federalism.
The Rajan committee said the conduct of the medical test is tantamount to the Union Government “taking control” of all the universities established by State Legislatures by law and subjugating the State government to the Union Government in all matters on education. The committee said it would be equivalent to “alteration of one of the basic structures of the constitution.”
The Tamil Nadu Government is actively pursuing the appropriate channel to add heft to its Assembly resolution to seek an exemption from NEET for the state.
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