Apart from Justice Rajan, who will head the panel, there will be eight other members including Dr G R Rabindranath (Doctors Association for Social Equality), Jawahar Neeson (Academician) and six top government officials, including Principal Secretaries of the Department of Medical and Family Welfare.
An official release said the panel will study the data related to medical college admissions in the state and make necessary recommendations within a month to protect the interests of students from backward classes and the government will take further action after considering the recommendations. Will start
On June 5, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin had said that Tamil Nadu has a historic duty to always uphold social justice and to consistently fulfill that duty, the government will take all steps to check the consequences of NEET. determined to lift.
Announcing the panel, the Chief Minister had said that this panel would analyze whether the National Examination had an adverse effect on the students belonging to the Backward Classes and if so, the committee would ask the government to take corrective measures (suggest an alternate admission process so that all would benefit).
Almost all parties, including the ruling DMK and main opposition AIADMK, have the same stand regarding NEET and are demanding its cancellation, terming the exam against social justice.