Tamil Nadu CM Stalin Criticizes NEET Results for Undermining Social Justice

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin criticized the NEET exam, stating it goes against social justice and federalism. He highlighted issues like question paper leaks and clustering of toppers, calling for the restoration of state governments' roles in professional course selection.


PTI | Chennai | Updated: 07-06-2024 21:32 IST | Created: 07-06-2024 21:32 IST
Tamil Nadu CM Stalin Criticizes NEET Results for Undermining Social Justice
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin has renewed his criticism of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), arguing that the latest results highlight fundamental issues with the exam.

Stalin pointed out that question paper leaks, the clustering of top performers in specific centers, and mathematically improbable grace marks, compromise the exam's integrity.

Emphasizing the need for state governments to play a pivotal role in professional course selection, the Chief Minister called NEET and similar exams anti-poor and detrimental to social justice and federalism.

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