The State Government of Tamil Nadu Cabinet has given the approval to provide a 7.5 percent quota to the Government school students in medical admissions. This new announcement was made on Tuesday by Tamil Nadu Cabinet. This is an additional quota within the existing reservation in various UG medicine courses for the higher secondary government school students in the state. One of the official sources said that this quota within quota comprises government seats in different private colleges in the state.
This particular seat reservation quota provision will be given for students who clear the NEET exam [National Eligibility cum Entrance Test]. Previously, the Tamil Nadu Government has given exemption from NEET. Due to that exemption, it has confronted strong objections from various political parties. It includes the DMK and they mentioned the well-being of students specifically for the students from rural regions.
K Palaniswami, the Chief Minister of the state is the chairman of the Cabinet. During the meeting organized on Tuesday at the secretariat, he decided to permit immediate approval to 6 companies. Those companies have proposed an estimation regarding the investment of about Rs. 5000 crore to Tamil Nadu state. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about various exams, results, and other educational news.