Wednesday, October 4

Following the death of their fathers and sons, Stalin declared that NEET would be discontinued.

Following the suicide of a 19-year-old MBBS aspirant who failed to secure remission from the National Eligibility- and Entrance Test (NEET) on Monday, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister promised that the exam would be cancelled. He also called on students to not let go of their emotions and instead embrace life with confidence.

“It is Stalin’s opinion that no student should ever take their own life in any scenario. The NEET exam, which is a hindrance to their development, will be eliminated. Furthermore,” the statement said, adding that the state government was actively working on legal measures to achieve this goal.

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After failing to qualify for NEET twice, a 19-year-old medical aspirant died by suicide in Chennai. His father also passed away on Monday.

Governor RN Ravi was addressed by the Chief Minister, who stated that the NEET barrier will be broken in a matter of months when political changes take place.

“The Chief Minister remarked that anyone who says ‘I will not sign’ will be extinct,” apparently in reference to Governor RN Ravi’s criticism of the state’S anti-NEET bill.

The 19-year-old Jagatheeswaran’s father, Selvam, was also found dead on Monday.

The student Jagatheeswaran and his father Selvasekhar’s suicide was condolled by CM Stalin, who stated that their deaths were the last ones on NEET.

The CM reminded the Assembly of the need to exempt Tamil Nadu from government oversight. He stated that the Governor had returned the first resolution and sent the second one to the President for assent. “Governor Ravi wants to put on hold the bill, as the NEET exam has become so expensive that only the wealthy can afford it,” the Chief Minister declared.

According to him, individuals who are unable to study due to financial constraints did not pass the exam. He stated that those who qualify for NEET can attend medical colleges if they have money, and medical education is only accessible to those with financial resources.

Despite the state government’s announcement of a 7.5% reservation for poor students from government schools in medical colleges, the Governor refuses to accept it. Stalin accused coaching centers of being manipulative.

A 19-year-old medical student, Jagadeeswaran, died by suicide in Chennai on Friday. He had failed two NEET exams and was discovered hanging in his room. Upon arriving at the hospital, he was declared brought dead.

The victim was unsuccessful in obtaining the required scores on the National Eligibility Examination (NEET) after two attempts and had been reported to have experienced depression.

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Despite the absence of a suicide note at the scene, Selvasekar’s father held the NEET administration responsible for his son’ death. He was also found dead on Monday after hanging himself.

Udhayanidhi Stalin, the son of Chief Minister MK Stalin and Cabinet Minister, visited the hospital on Monday to check on the body of the deceased medical aspirant.

(With the inclusion of PTI inputs)

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