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Actor Surya voices out in support of Students once again - Releases statement

Saturday, June 19, 2021 • Tamil Comments

Actor Surya the head of Agaram foundation has once again voiced for the welfare of Students and released a statement on the importance of sending the impact of NEET exam to the pannel headed by Justice AK Rajan.

The statement reads "Education is a weapon' for the betterment of the lives of students pursuing higher education in government schools. In an environment where the poor have some sort of educational opportunity and the rich have some sort of educational opportunity, the ‘single choice system’ to determine eligibility is against social justice".

So many students who were ambitious to become a doctor killed themselves after the introduction of NEET. The statement also mentioned "The fact that they can go on to higher education through entrance exams even after 12 years of schooling for their future is a social injustice that pushes them back in the educational arena. The dream of thousands of poor students who studied with the ambition of becoming a doctor was set on fire by NEET exam’. The scars of the injury it caused will not disappear for a long time."

"The panel, headed by Justice AK Rajan, appointed by the Tamil Nadu government, has asked the public to comment on the implications of the NEET test. We need to make people aware of the seriousness of the impact of the ‘NEET’, which has called into question the future of our children. I would like to ask the students and their families to register their grievances on the impact of NEET on or before June 23 by sending an email to neetimpact2021@gmail.com"

"In a country like India where there are many different languages, cultures and cultural differences, education needs to be a state right. That is the only permanent solution. I urge all political parties to work together on the principle of 'State Right to Education', the statement read.

neetimpact2021@gmail.com is the mail adress given by the state government. Students and family members can register their opinions and grievances through this which will be read by the panel head.

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