NEET – Tamil Nadu government seeks exemption of students from state. NEET 2020 is scheduled to be held on September 13 amid demands of postponement. The Tamil Nadu government seeks either cancellation of exam or exemption of students belonging to the state.
The Tamil Nadu Government has requested the Centre to scrap NEET or at least exempt students of the state from attending that exam if they were held, School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan said.
After inaugurating Rs 4.62 crore worth of developmental works in Nambiyur village near Gobichettipalayam, the School Education Minister reiterated that Chief Minister K Palaniswami would take a decision on re-opening of schools only after the COVID-19 pandemic goes.
The Minister said admission in government and government-aided schools has begun and the response has been overwhelming.
Replying to a query on complaints from parents of school students that some private institutions were collecting 100 per cent fee, the minister said if the parents lodge a proper complaint with proof, action would be taken on such schools. He cited the court order that only 40 per cent of the fees should be collected.
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