M.K. Stalin questions government on NEET, education policy, Teacher’s Eligibility Test,
Congress Prince Demands 50% Selection should be through employment exchange seniority, 50% through TET
The Opposition government in Chennai asked the State government’s views on National Eligibility test for medical education, teacher vacancies in schools and colleges, non-appointment of Vice Chancellors.
| August 10, 2016
The Opposition government in Chennai asked the State government’s views on National Eligibility test for medical education, teacher vacancies in schools and colleges, non-appointment of Vice Chancellors to half a dozen universities, the delay in issue of smart cards to school students and the status of teacher eligibility test. During the debate on education, Leader of the Opposition M.K. Stalin wanted to know what action the government has initiated with regard to the National Entrance and Eligibility Test (NEET). He claimed that students from economically weaker background and rural areas would suffer if NEET were to become compulsory. DMK member from Kanniyakumari S. Austin also raised the issue.
Health Minister C. Vijaya Baskar said the government was determined to admit students only through the present system. The Chief Minister had issued a government order in 2005 and ruled that only Class XII marks would be used to determine admission.Opposition members wanted the government to specify their stand on the new National Education Policy. Congress member J.G. Prince alleged that the introduction of the new education policy was aimed at ‘saffronisation’ of students. Mr. Austin urged the government to update its syllabus every five years to pave way for students to do well in competitive exams. He claimed that at present very few student cleared national competitive exams.
Mr. Prince said that teacher appointments should be based 50 per cent on seniority and 50 per cent on Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) marks.He asked the government to expedite the appointment of Vice Chancellors as five to six universities did not have VCs, which was affecting the functioning of these universities. He also wanted the government to fill vacancies in colleges.Higher Education Minister K.P. Anbazhagan maintained that the lack of VCs did not affect the day-to-day functioning of the institutions.
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