CHENNAI: The State, Central Government and Medical Council of India should see that both State Board and CBSE students are not affected in medical admissions.
The students should get equal number of seats. In his press statement, Dr G R Ravindranath, general secretary, Doctors’ Association for Social Equality, said since the Supreme Court itself on Thursday said that the State government should see that its ordinance doesn’t affect State Board or CBSE students, the Centre, State and MCI should discuss and come out with a fair decision on how to do it.
Ravindranath further said the State should take steps to get permanent exemption from NEET for government seats in medical colleges. The State should conduct a separate entrance exam to fill its seats,he added.