In his letter, the Tamil Nadu CM has drawn the attention of Patnaik to the problems faced by students of rural areas in clearing the NEET examination and the need to make the examination inclusive.
They have handed over the letter written by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin opposing National Entrance -cum- Eligibility Test (NEET).
The top court was hearing a batch of pleas of 41 post-graduate doctors and others who had challenged the last-minute changes made to the syllabus after the notification was issued on July 23.
Several NEET-UG aspirants, who moved the top court, sought directions for conducting a fresh exam and stay on the declaration of results NEET-UG 2021 till the current plea is disposed of.
Real-life 'Munna Bhai': Six medical students held for taking NEET exam on behalf of weaker candidates
The kingpin of this gang is one Rajan Rajguru, who was the second topper of the Rajasthan Pre-Medical Examination in the year 2010.
Reportedly, Kanimozhi had scored 562 out of 600 in the 12th standard examination.
This year’s NEET paper had new elements like match the column and assertion-reasoning questions
The court came to her rescue as it stayed up late into the night and handed her its order at 1:15 am on Sunday, allowing her to take the examination the same day.
JEE-Main candidates from places hit by heavy rain in Maharashtra to get another chance to appear for test
Students from Kolhapur, Palghar, Ratnagiri, Raigadh, Sindhudurg, Sangli & Satara, who are unable to reach their test centres will be given another opportunity, Union Education minister tweeted.
'In light of the surge in #COVID19 cases, GoI has decided to postpone #NEETPG2021 exam which wasearlier scheduled to be held on April 18,' he tweeted.
The ministers had claimed that the top court order failed to secure students' "right to life" and ignored "teething logistical difficulties" to be faced in conducting the exams during the pandemic.
Earlier, on Friday, the government made it clear that it won't further postpone competitive examinations.
They have to write exam outside State and will not get papers in Tamil; they will have to make do with English
Tamil Nadu Minister D Jayakumar said that financial assistance to 5000 students who are travelling to neighbouring states would be given.
Centre should facilitate NEET exam within Tamil Nadu or bear expenses for students appearing outside: NSUI
NSUI also charged the BJP government with attacking institutions of higher learning, curtailing student rights, undermining free expression and clamping down on individual liberties.