NEET 2017: Tamil Nadu Student moves High Court over NEET Application Process – As the NEET 2017 Entrance Examination is scheduled on 7th of May 2017, each and every day these common entrance test is covered with some sort of news raising tensions and stress among the candidates preparing for the examination. One such news landed today where student from Tamil Nadu state has moved to High Court over NEET application process. Supreme Court of India has already made it clear that there will be uniform entrance test mandatory for UG and PG medical courses.
One of the Class XII student from Tamil Nadu missed the deadline for submitting NEET application form to appear for the National Eligibility –cum- Entrance Test (NEET). The student is blaming over the delay on confusion over the NEET Status in Tamil Nadu of which he failed to submit the NEET Application Form. The Madras High Court for remedy, P Desiyan of Salem has urged the court to direct the state and central authorities to accept his belated application with fee so that he could appear for the NEET 2017 examination. Also, Justice N Kirubakaran, before whom the writ petition came up for NEET admission has also issued a notice.
Tamil Nadu and other few states were exempted from NEET for admissions in government colleges by the supreme court which has made it mandatory entrance test for all medical courses.Tamil Nadu had opposed NEET common entrance examination, where the state assembly adopted two bills facilitating the continuation of the present system of admitting students to medical colleges on the basis of Class 12th marks.
There were protest and demonstration led by the students earlier in front of the Aurangabad divisional commissionerate office for the exclusion of Urdu as one of the mediums for the NEET 2017 examination.