Dalit Student Who Fought NEET Exam In Supreme Court Found Hanging

Dalit Student Who Fought NEET Exam In Supreme Court Found Hanging

Dalit Student Who Fought NEET Exam In Supreme Court Found Hanging

The daughter of a daily wage labourer (her mother passed away earlier), Anitha had scored 1176 out of 1200 in 12th Board Exams and was hell-bent on being a doctor.

She had scored 1,176 out of 1,200 marks in Class XII and needed a cut off of 196.75 for medicine. But in NEET, a national test based on CBSE syllabus she is not familiar with, Anitha managed only a percentile of 86.

"She would have got a seat as per the Tamil Nadu government's admission policy but this year after Centre made NEET compulsory for medical college admissions, several state board students were at a disadvantage and could not get admission".

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She became the face of the state board students' fight against NEET after she chose to fight for her future and thousands of other students in the Supreme Court of India, She impleaded herself as a respondent demanding an exemption to NEET for Tamil Nadu.

Unfortunately, she could not make it to the NEET. She took the fight to the Supreme Court of India, and impleaded herself as a respondent demanding an exemption to NEET for Tamil Nadu.

Speaking on the issue, Health Minister Vijayabhaskar expressed grief and asked that students not to lose hope so easily. During the late Jayalalithaa's tenure, the state had got exemption of two years but the ruling party AIADMK got embroiled in infighting and hence took no measures to extend the process. This incident happened a week after the Supreme Court asked the state to follow National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) after the Centre said the state can not be exempted. "It is very unfortunate that the girl lost her life, and the blood is on the hands of the central government".

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The verdict came after the Centre refused to endorse Tamil Nadu's draft ordinance seeking exemption from NEET for one year.

According to Indian Times, the parents were shocked and clueless until they found her suicide letter where she asked why her teacher complained about her like that.

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