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Neglected NEET aspirant writes an open letter to PM Modi

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Explaining the many hardships and struggles an NEET aspirant has to go through, a student has written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi after being denied of the seat in medical college, despite scoring 400-480 out of 720 in NEET 2018.

“Students who are not deserving are getting admission with the power of money and what kind of doctors will they become in future? If they are not able to pay it, will their child end up sitting at home? There are numerous students like us who secured good marks in NEET, but are yet to get a seat in government medical colleges. Seats are a handful and aspirants are 13 to 14 lakh,” pens down the student in his letter.

The student said that the main aim of the NEET was to ease mental and financial burden on medical aspirants, prevent malpractices like capitation fees ensuring merit being the sole criterion for admissions. But none of these were followed alleged the aspirant.

The annoyed one further alleged that meritorious students belonging to financially weaker families were losing government seats even due to one mark and were being forced to join private medical colleges.

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“Many, who could not even make it to 150 out of 720 in the entrance were getting seats in private medical colleges and even in deemed universities across the country,” said the NEET aspirant.

“Students who are not deserving are getting admission with the power of money and what kind of doctors will they become in future? If they are not able to pay it, will their child end up sitting at home? There are numerous students like us who secured good marks in NEET, but are yet to get a seat in government medical colleges. Seats are a handful and aspirants are 13 to 14 lakh,” he said in the letter.

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