NEET advantageous only to city students: AHPI president
| Wednesday | 13th September, 2017
Over the coming years, NEET may seriously undermine the rural healthcare system, he feared.
Rural students had to study extra hours and take additional coaching to merely compete with their city-bred counterparts in the race to become a doctor, he said.
Upon graduation, they would have a tendency to shun rural areas which offered almost no opportunities to earn money or build a career.
In a press release, he said that with NEET, the policy makers had introduced a system in which students were evaluated on a higher standard.
The tragic death of Anitha should not be seen as just another suicide, but a symptom of denial of equal opportunities to students from rural areas.
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