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Tamil Nadu Medical Admission 2017: Merit List, link to download call letters for counselling now online

Saturday August 26, 2017 12:29 PM, ummid.com News Network

Tamil Nadu NEET 2017

Chennai:
The Selection Committee, Directorate of Medical Education of Government of Tamil Nadu on Friday released online the Merit List for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in Government and Self Financing medical colleges based on NEET 2017 score of the students.

The Allotted list for MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 Ses and Vacancy position for MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 Session as on 25.08.2017 released by Directorate of Medical Education of Government of Tamil Nadu are now online and students can check them on the following website.

tnmedicalselection.org

Errata to the merit list MBBS/BDS course 2017-2018 Session Tentative seat matrix for MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 Session and List of Eminent Sports Person called for MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 Counselling are also available for download on the same website.

The Selection Committee, Directorate of Medical Education of Government of Tamil Nadu had earlier also released the link to download Call letter MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 for Government Quota Provisional Merit List for MBBS/BDS 2017-2018 Management Quota and Government Quota.

The Supreme Court of India on August 17 maintained the status quo on MBBS and BDS admissions in Tamil Nadu till August 22nd 2017, as the latest development in the case where Tamil Nadu government is persisting Centre to exempt Tamil Nadu students from NEET.

The Union Law Ministry had on Wednesday cleared an ordinance of the Tamil Nadu government which seeks to exempt medical students from appearing in the NEET. The draft ordinance was cleared by Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in consultation with Attorney General K K Venugopal.

The Apex court also asked the Tamil Nadu government to present a report on how many students from the Tamil Nadu State Board qualified NEET 2017.

The Supreme Court had earlier nullified Tamil Nadu’s notification for 85% quota to candidates of Tamil Nadu State Board and 15% quota for CBSE and other Boards for medical admissions in Institutions that come under its purview, the bench asked Tamil Nadu government to comply with the same.

The Tamil Nadu government's decision for NEET exemption has not gone well with many students who said it will destroy their career.

"We have worked really hard to get a good score in NEET and now saying we are not taking it is like playing with my future," a medical aspirant, who is protesting against the proposed ordinance by the Tamil Nadu government to exempt the state from NEET, said.

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG -2017) is organized all over India. Students who crack the 12th standard HSC exam appear in the test.

 

 


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