NEET 2023: Madhya Pradesh government school students receive a quota in medical schools

Madhya Pradesh’s chief minister confirmed that the state government will cover medical college tuition for students from low-income households.

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Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, said on Wednesday at an event in Lamta in the Balaghat district that students from government schools in the state will receive a quota in medical colleges.

“The National Eligibility Comprehension Entrance Test, or NEET, is used to determine admission to medical institutions. Without regard to caste, we would grant reservations in medical courses to students from government schools, Chouhan declared.

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Chouhan claimed the new quota will ensure that a specific amount of students from government schools get into medical institutions and queried the audience as to whether or not kids from poor families and the kids of farmers should become doctors.

Children attending public schools must be protected, he said, or else they would lag behind those attending private schools.

The state government would cover medical college tuition for students from low-income households, the chief minister added in another statement.

He mentioned the establishment of CM Rising Schools as evidence that the state government has been strengthening public schools. A medical college would be established in Balaghat, he added.

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