Insisting that admissions to numerous programs together with medical in Tamil Nadu be allowed based mostly on marks within the larger secondary examination for this 12 months in view of COVID-19, the opposition AIADMK on Thursday once more urged the Centre to exempt the state from frequent entrance examinations together with NEET. The standards for admissions to varsity programs needs to be based mostly on the marks to be awarded by a committee to be arrange for this function, AIADMK’s coordinator O Panneerselvam stated.
In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a replica of which was made accessible to the media right here, he stated the Efficiency Grading Index of states and union territories for 201920 fiscal, printed by the college training and literacy division of the union training ministry, said that Tamil Nadu crossed the brink of 90 per cent, that’s, A++ grade and stood first together with 4 different states.
“This index was released after examining 70 indicators. This scheme is mainly focused on quality of education to catalyse transformational change in the field of school education,” he stated. The index took into consideration varied parameters and the usual of training in Tamil Nadu is extraordinarily good.
“Hence, I am of the view that there is no need to test the ability of the students by conducting entrance examination for admission to all professional and other courses including medical courses,” the AIADMK chief stated within the letter.