Kanimozhi was in Odisha as a part of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Okay Stalin’s outreach to chief ministers of non-BJP states on the problem.
Kanimozhi handed over the letter to Patnaik and defined to him the issues confronted by college students from rural areas and poor households in clearing the Nationwide Eligibility cum Entrance Check (NEET) for admission to MBBS programs, a press release issued by the Chief Minister’s Workplace (CMO) stated.
In his Letter, the Tamil Nadu chief minister drew the eye of Patnaik to the issues confronted by college students in clearing NEET (undergraduate) examination and in addition burdened on the necessity to make the examinations inclusive, the assertion stated.
A number of candidates showing for NEET have ended their lives in Tamil Nadu over time due failure to clear the nationwide entrance examination, prompting the state meeting to cross a invoice to dispense with NEET and permit admission on the premise of sophistication 12 marks to make sure ”social justice”.
Whereas a delegation of DMK MPs met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday, Kanimozhi was despatched to fulfill Patnaik, who had earlier raised the problem with the Centre and burdened the significance of constructing nationwide examinations inclusive, together with these for admission to the IITs and people which might be performed by the UPSC.
There was no official phrase on whether or not the 2 leaders mentioned politics.