Reaching out to college students distressed by the strain of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), Tamil actor Suriya Sivakumar posted a video interesting to aspirants to not finish their lives over exams and marks. In the video, the actor recalled his pupil days and the low marks he scored. Suriya advised college students that exams and marks alone don’t make lives.
The video message comes after three suicides by college students within the final few days over the worry of failure in NEET 2021.
Explaining to college students that there are nonetheless many issues to realize past such entrance exams, Suriya urged college students to be assured and daring in life. The actor requested college students to speak about their feeling to somebody they love and belief and emphasised that the ache and hardship would go away quickly. “This pain and fear would vanish in a short time. Ending life is a lifetime punishment you give to your parents and those who love you,” Suriya mentioned within the video.
என் தம்பி தங்கைகளுக்கு…
அச்சமில்லை அச்சமில்லை அச்சமென்பதில்லையே… pic.twitter.com/jFOK9qxqyN
— Suriya Sivakumar (@Suriya_offl) September 18, 2021
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin lately vowed to proceed the state’s authorized battle for the abolishment of the doorway examination. The state meeting on September 13 handed a invoice scrapping NEET and making means for the medical admissions on the premise of sophistication 12 marks. However, the invoice is but to get President Ram Nath Kovind’s nod after which it might come into impact.
The govt has additionally launched toll-free helpline quantity ‘104’ to assist college students deal with the strain of the NEET 2021 outcomes. The counselling helpline was launched on September 15. The CM had additionally requested dad and mom to be extra thoughtful to their kids and mentioned they need to deal with instilling self-confidence in college students as an alternative of burdening them with any sort of expectation strain.
Before NEET got here into place in 2013, admission to medical programs in Tamil Nadu was performed in two methods — on the premise of marks scored in Class 12 and institute-specific entrance exams.
Tamil Nadu was one of many states which opposed the implementation of the NEET which changed the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) for all central and state schools. Multiple petitions in search of exemption of Tamil Nadu from NEET had been filed with the Supreme Court however all had been turned down in 2017.