TN CM Orders Production of Revolving Fund to Pay Fees of Govt School Students Admitted to Medical Colleges
Submit image of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami (PTI Picture)
Accusing opposition DMK leader M K Stain of enacting a farce by using to pay the fees, the chief minister stated the trainees need not wait on scholarship funds.
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Saturday ordered creation of a revolving fund to pay fees of federal government school students who cleared NEET and were allocated seats in personal medical and oral colleges under the federal governments 7.5 percent booking. The Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation, which has actually been directed to develop this fund, has been asked to settle the tuition and hostel costs straight to the particular colleges.
” This measure is targeted at offering effect to my statement on November 18 to supply post matric scholarship and other financial help to all federal government school students who have been allotted seats (in the undergraduate courses) under the 7.5 per cent quota, Palaniswami said in a statement on Saturday in Chennai. Accusing opposition DMK leader M K Stain of enacting a farce by providing to pay the fees, the chief minister stated the trainees need not wait on scholarship funds.
” In spite of being aware that these trainees would get monetary assistance from the federal government, DMK used its assistance. This is nothing however a political drama,” Palaniswami charged.
Previously in the day, the DMK chief had actually announced that his party would bear the tuition costs of federal government school students who got admission in private medical colleges under the 7.5 percent horizontal appointment. Palaniswami said he had actually announced post matric scholarship and other financial assistance, as bad students from government schools and those from Corporation, Town, Adi Dravidar, Tribal Welfare, Kallar Denotified Tribes schools and Forest Department schools were financially not in a position to fund their greater research studies.
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