List III of the Constitution for admission to medical courses can be entered in Schedule 25 of Schedule VII and therefore the State is capable of the same regulation, the Statement of Objects and Responses (SoOAR) of the Bill speaks of the legislation to enact legislation in the TN Legislature. On this subject. Wealthy students go abroad for higher education after MBBS and the number of doctors serving in the state is declining, it said.
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Citing a high-level committee headed by retired Justice Madras High Court Justice AK Rajan, the proposal said the panel, after conducting a detailed study, concluded that if NEET continued for a few more years, Tamil Nadu’s healthcare system would be badly affected and primary health centers or state The managed hospital may not have enough doctors for posting and the rural and urban poor may not be able to attend medical courses. Based on the panel’s report, the bill was introduced in Parliament, recommending that “the state government take immediate action to prevent the use of NEETs in admissions to medical programs at all levels, following the necessary legal or regulatory procedures.” From the committee’s report, it became clear that “NEET admission is not a fair or equitable procedure because it favors the rich and elite of society.” Also, the quality of medical education is not damaged or affected by the general education system examination. SoOAR said the panel reported in its investigation that NEET had undermined the various social representations of MBBS and higher medical studies and thwarted the dream of a social group that was primarily affordable and favorable to the affluent class.
Analysis of socio-economic and other demographic conditions (SEOs) of those who have competed for medical education has proved this fact. In medical education, NEETs have left representation of social and other demographic groups with low SEOD. Social groups were mostly affected by Tamil medium students, rural backgrounds in government schools, whose parents earn less than Rs 2.5 lakh per annum and socially disadvantaged and disadvantaged groups such as the most backward classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, the panel said. “Therefore, the committee concludes that NEET is against this disadvantaged group.”
NEET, its coverage, does not even seem to confirm the qualifications or standards of students given MBBS seats. The results indicate that NEET has only enabled and enabled relatively low performance (NEET scores and twelfth scores) students for admission in MBBS. “Therefore, the question of NEET should be rejected to ensure the quality and qualification of the students.” Comparatively, it has been observed that in the earlier period of NEET, the marks based admission of class XII ensured the admission of quality and meritorious students.
Even before 2017, TN had the highest number of medical and dental educational institutions and the quality of graduate students was high. Admission based on class XII will not reduce the quality of education in any way because the curriculum of higher secondary is of good quality. Opposing the argument that NEET has improved the quality of medical education, the statement said that the standard of medical education is maintained during UG courses following the curriculum prescribed by the National Medical Commission and students who fail the university examination are awarded honorary degrees. “Therefore, the quality of medical education is not maintained at the admission stage.” “It is clear from the panel report that NEET is not a fair admission procedure.
NEET’s experience over the past four years has shown that the test shattered the hopes and dreams of TN students interested in admission to medical and dental courses, especially students from socially and economically backward classes, ”the statement said. Has created a huge financial burden. ”It eliminates inequality, as it is for the wealthier and more privileged sections of society, who are able to carry out special coaching in addition to reading Class XII.
It virtually prevents disadvantaged social groups from medical and dental education. It is in complete opposition to the equality clause enshrined in the Constitution and it also violates the right to education of the children of this disadvantaged class of society. “Wealthy class students do not serve in rural areas after completing UG courses and they often do PG courses abroad.” Thus the number of doctors providing services in the state is declining. ”
After considering the committee’s recommendations, the government has said to ensure social justice, it has decided that admission to UG courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Indian Medicine and Homeopathy in Tamil Nadu will be based on marks obtained only in higher secondary examinations, Class XII or Plus Two. With the exception of the BJP, all other parties in Tamil Nadu are opposed to NEET and the issue has become politically sensitive over the years after the suicide of 15 candidates.
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