Anitha, hails from Kuzhumur village in Ariyalur, one of the backward districts of Tamil Nadu. She was leading a campaign against the test and sought admissions into medical colleges based on the score of twelve standard final examination.
He said Anitha had scored 196.5 cut-off marks and it would have gained her a seat in one of the best State-run medical colleges.
Anitha did not get admission even in the last allotment.
Union Minister and PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss has blamed the central and the state governments after such a pathetic incident took place on Friday.
The state was exempted from the NEET system though the Centre had introduced it past year.
This came after the NEET, which was made mandatory for admission in the MBBS and the BDS courses across India past year, got separate petitions filed at the Madras and Gujarat High Courts, where medical aspirants demanded cancellation of the NEET 2017 as the Gujarati and Tamil medium paper were allegedly tougher than the English and Hindi medium. Her father is a daily wage labourer.
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The political parties of Tamil Nadu favoured exemption for students of the state from NEET.
A 12-year-old girl from Senthil Nagar School in Tamil Nadu's, Palayamkottai India, has reportedly committed suicide after jumping off the terrace of her neighbors house.
According to the victim's mother, her daughter got her period during the teacher's lecture. Health Secretary Dr J Radhakrishanan, who was in Delhi fighting the same case in the SC, also expressed grief at the suicide and urged students to stay courageous. "The BJP government falsely promised that it would provide exemption to Tamil Nadu from NEET, but went back on it during the hearing in the Supreme Court", he said.
Earlier this month, while talking to reporters after challenging NEET in the apex court, Anitha had said: "MBBS is my dream. 1100 students who passed out of from class 12 previously got through NEET", said Radhakrishnan.
Anitha's suicide was the third suicide of a student reported in the last 24 hours after a college student near Madurai and another University student in Puducherry had committed suicide after taking part in the Blue Whale challenge.