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Exempt Tamil Nadu from common dental opening exam: Jayalalithaa

Posted by Z Dental Group - September 8th, 2012

Chennai, Sep 7 — Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Friday protested to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh opposite a inhabitant common opening hearing for Dental Council of India (DCI) courses and urged that a state be exempted from a new system.

In a minute to a primary minister, a content of that was expelled to a media here, Jayalalithaa said: “I ask that Tamil Nadu might be exempted from a examination and authorised to continue with a existent complement for acknowledgment to undergraduate and postgraduate dental seats.”

Referring to a bulletin presentation of DCI per introduction of National Eligibility Entrance Test for both Bacherlor of Dental Science (BDS) and Master of Dental Science (MDS) course, Jayalalithaa voiced her clever conflict to a introduction of eligibility tests.

She pronounced a Tamil Nadu supervision has abolished a opening exams for veteran courses from 2007-08 after minute hearing by an consultant cabinet that found that such exams put farming and students from reduce socio-economic backgrounds during a disadvantage.

Such opening examinations outcome in a expansion of costly coaching centres that assign high fees that a poorer students can't afford, she added.

“The need for such coaching classes will be privately felt in a box of a inhabitant turn hearing as a students who pass a 12th customary formed on a state syllabi will not face a turn personification margin as a topics lonesome for a opening hearing are expected to be formed on a NCERT/CBSE (National Council of Educational Research and Training/Central Board of Secondaryl Eduction) curriculum and syllabi,” Jayalalithaa added.

Citing a reservation process of a state supervision where 69 percent of a seats are indifferent for backward/most backward/scheduled castes and tribes, Jayalalithaa contended that a common opening hearing wuld emanate difficulty and litigation.

IANS



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