Voice of Maharashtra

Big scam in NEET exam; Maharashtra government preparing to deport NEET?


Mumbai: The Tamil Nadu government has decided to cancel the NEET exam in the state. In the same context, is the NEET exam beneficial for students in Maharashtra? The state government will take stock of this. The decision was taken at a meeting of the state cabinet held yesterday, raising the question of the future of NEET exams in the state. A major scam has come to light in the NEET exam and a student appearing for the exam in Tamil Nadu has also committed suicide. It has been revealed that a dummy student can get admission in a government medical college by sitting for this exam.

 
The CBI has also clarified that there was a scam in the NEET exam. Parimal Kotpalliwar, director of RK Education Career Guidance in Maharashtra, and some other students have been held responsible for the scam and the CBI has registered a case against them. It has been revealed that by taking Rs 50 lakh from each student to get admission for MBBS in a government medical college, a dummy student was placed in that place. The type of admission through dummy students in the top medical colleges in the state is happening. This is likely to happen before, and it will be to the detriment of students who study honestly.
Meanwhile, a student in Tamil Nadu committed suicide before the NEET exam. One of the students committed suicide even after the exam. The incident has reverberated in the Tamil Nadu Assembly and a bill has been tabled in the state which does not want a proper examination. The bill was passed with the support of all political parties except the BJP in Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu will now offer admission to medical courses on 12th standard.