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Institutions may find it difficult to accommodate all aspirants with NEET looming

Institutions may find it difficult to accommodate all aspirants with NEET looming
Institutions may find it difficult to accommodate all aspirants with NEET looming
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Chennai sources have stated that even as the SSLC results were announced at 10 a.m., various CBSE schools in the city began getting enquiries from parents about the admission process for enrolling their children in Class XI and over the last two years, ever since the NEET was announced, principals of CBSE schools in the city have been seeing an uptick in applications for Classes XI and XII.



Amudha Lakshmi, principal of Chettinad Vidyashram School said “The demand for the biology group has been extremely high and we have got several enquiries. Though it started last year, this year since the NEET was conducted, the numbers have increased".

Institutions may find it difficult to accommodate all aspirants with NEET looming

Of the 9.82 lakh students who appeared for the SSLC exams, 2.47 lakh students were from self-financed matric schools and many of them would be looking to shift to other streams and the results for the CBSE Class X and XII exams have however not been declared yet and many CBSE schools will begin admissions only after that. The Vice Principal of a city school said “It will be extremely tough for us to accommodate State board students since the numbers in our Class X are already high".



Meanwhile S. Arumainathan, State President, Tamil Nadu Students Parents Welfare Association, said that considering the number of students in State Board schools, the State doesn’t have enough good CBSE schools to accommodate more students. “Over the last few years, many matriculations schools have begun to introduce CBSE syllabus for Class XI and XII but not all of them offer quality education.

 


Institutions may find it difficult to accommodate all aspirants with NEET looming
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