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Tamil Nadu: Panel to submit report on impact of NEET in 1 month | Chennai News – Times of India

CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Thursday released the details of a nine member panel headed by retired Madras high court judge Justice A K Rajan to study the impact of NEET on medical admissions.
It said the panel would submit a report after studying the statistics to protect the interest of backward students in the state within a month.
The government would take further action based on the report, a release from the state government said.
Chief minister M K Stalin issued orders appointing nine-members of the committee.
The other members of the committee are– Doctors Association for Social Equality general secretary Dr G R Ravindranath, L Jawahar Nesan, former V-C of JSS Science and Technology University, secretaries of health, school education and law, special officer of health and people welfare department, director of medical education and additional director of medical education.
“The committee will study whether the common medical entrance test has affected the socially backward students in the past few years. If it has affected them, then the committee will suggest alternate admission methods for the benefit of all students and possible legal remedies for implementing these admission methods. Educationists and officials also will be part of this high level committee,” the state government said in its order.


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