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NEET 2017: Madras HC seeks Tamil Nadu's response over steps taken against protests
The Madras High Court on Tuesday asked the state government what steps it has taken to check the anti-NEET protests and whether any organisation was instigating the students. Justice N Kirubakaran, who was hearing a petition filed by a student after the suicide by 17-year-old NEET aspirant Anitha, posted the matter for further hearing on Wednesday. The court also wanted to know whether any organisation was responsible for instigating the students to protest against NEET.
What steps have you taken to check anti-NEET protests:HC to TN
The Madras High Court today asked the state government what steps it has taken to check the anti-NEET protests and whether any organisation was instigating the students. Justice N Kirubakaran, who was hearing a petition filed by a student after the suicide by 17-year-old NEET aspirant Anitha, posted the matter for further hearing tomorrow. The court also wanted to know whether any organisation was responsible for instigating the students to protest against NEET.
Specify steps taken to control protests over NEET, SC tells TN
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Tamil Nadu government to apprise it about steps taken to control the protests over NEET examination, which had intensified after the alleged suicide of a Dalit medical course aspirant. It had also directed the government to prosecute anyone indulging in activity that created law and order problems and stalled normal life in the State.
Specify steps taken to control protests over NEET: Supreme Court to Tamil Nadu
The Supreme Court today asked the Tamil Nadu government to apprise it about the steps taken to control the protests over NEET examination which had intensified after the alleged suicide of a Dalit medical course aspirant. The top court had on September 8 asked the state to prevent any agitation over National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) examination issue which had intensified after the suicide of a 17-year-old girl S Anitha.
No fresh anti-NEET agitation in Tamil Nadu, Supreme Court told
The Tamil Nadu government on Monday told the Supreme Court that there were no fresh anti-NEET agitations in the state after it was banned by the top court on September 8. The top court had made NEET mandatory for admission to undergraduate and post-graduate medical courses. The AG told the court that there were no reports from the district authorities about any fresh anti-NEET agitation. As AG made his submission, the bench asked the Tamil Nadu government to file an affidavit to that affect.
NEET: A way forward or ahead of time?
She would have got admission into a medical college, had NEET not been implemented in the state following the directions of the Supreme Court. It was the apex court's decision which cleared the way for implementation of NEET across the country. K A Sengottaiyan said the government would open 412 coaching centres to train students for NEET.

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