Telangana governor tamilisai soundararajan Explains NEET Masters zero Percentile. All over the country, seats for post graduate courses like MD, MS, MTS etc. in government, private medical colleges, near universities, central government educational institutes are being filled with candidates who have qualified in NEET exam. In this case, the NEET qualifying marks for admission to postgraduate medical courses have been reduced to zero percentile. The central government has announced that those who have scored zero qualifying marks or less than negative marks in the Master's NEET examination can participate in the consultation.
It is said by the central government and the National Medical Commission that more than 8,000 post-graduate medical study seats will remain unfilled in medical colleges this year, and the merit marks have been reduced because there are no qualified students to fill those seats. Many people are opposing this announcement of the central government. Criticisms are made that this will reduce the quality of medical studies and this notification has been issued for the profit of private medical colleges. Also, since NEET examination has not helped in any way to increase the quality of medical education and to prevent commercialization of medical education, it is being urged that NEET examination should be canceled at all levels of medical studies.
In this situation, telangana governor and doctor tamilisai soundararajan has explained about NEET Masters zero percentile. In this regard, he said on his X page, "What is the NEET cut-off score, zero percentile for those who wrongly criticize the central government's announcement that they will be given a place in the college even if they have scored "zero" marks in the NEET exam for admission to postgraduate medical courses? An understanding of that is essential first. Is it any wonder that those who claim to abolish NEET without understanding NEET have no understanding of it? It is a fact that those who score zero in NEET will not get a place to pursue medical studies.
You can get admission in medical course only if you get the minimum marks to pass the NEET exam. Not all those who crack NEET in india get a place to pursue medical studies. Candidates who have scored maximum marks in NEET exam in Medical Posture will be given priority to pursue Medical Posture. The central government has brought this system to fill up the vacant seats after such seats are completely filled, so that the students who could not get the cut-off marks can use the vacant seats by getting the minimum marks and passing the NEET examination. Without understanding this, they are confusing the people and the students and bringing wrong ideas to the students. This is strongly condemned.” Thus tamilisai soundararajan has posted.