oi- Vishnupriya R.
Chennai: DMK leader MK Stalin has demanded that the central BJP government lift the ban on 69 per cent reservation in admission to biotechnology MTech and postgraduate courses at Anna University.
In a statement, MK Stalin said it was “shocking” that Anna University had announced that admissions to MTech, Biotechnology, MTech and Computational Technology would not be available this year.
The Department of Biotechnology was first established in India in 1986 at Anna University. The department, which initially started with 12 M.Tech students, now has up to 45 students.
So far, students have been admitted to these postgraduate courses through the All India Examination. This time, Anna University has accepted the responsibility of admitting students – in Tamil Nadu, students should be admitted on the basis of 69 per cent reservation.
However, the central BJP objected to the government’s reservation policy, saying, “Student admission should be based on the reservation of the Central Government. 69 per cent reservation is not acceptable. If students are admitted on that basis, we will cancel the incentive of Rs 50,000 per month.” 12,500.
Chief Minister Palanisamy, who was a staunch supporter of the alliance, did not speak to the Prime Minister about student admissions. On the other hand, the Department of Biotechnology at Anna University issued a statement saying, “We are unable to admit students to the above two M.Tech and postgraduate courses in 2020-2021 as the reservation policy of the Central Government is not appropriate. . “
It is not even known in whose name the notice was issued. Instead of saying “by order” – to claim that there will be no student admission this year, AIADMK has decided to take the future of 45 students. Government – Central BJP The immorality of the state is highly reprehensible.
So far, the central BJP has said that giving Anna University the status of “Institute of Eminence” is unlikely to result in a 69 per cent reservation. The government is lying – the AIADMK has said it will retain 69 per cent reservation. It also exposed the government’s claim that this was just a scam.
This move is as painful as shattering the dreams of postgraduate students in biotechnology – like interfering with a medical dream. Therefore, I urge the Central BJP Government to immediately abandon its arrogance against the reservation policy in Tamil Nadu – to allow students to enter the above M.Tech and courses on the basis of Tamil Nadu reservation.
I urge Chief Minister Palanisamy to give immediate entry to the central BJP two MTechs in the alliance. As mentioned in his statement.