Chennai: DMK leader MK Stalin has demanded that the BJP government at the Center has withheld 69 percent reservation in admission for biotechnology MTech and postgraduate courses at Anna University.
MK Stalin said in a statement, “It is shocking that Anna University has announced that there will be no admissions for both M.Tech., Biotechnology” and “M.Tech, Computational Technology” this year.
The Department of Biotechnology was first established in 1986 at the Anna University in India. Initially started with 12 M.Tech students. The department now employs up to 45 students.
Till now, students have been given admission to these postgraduate courses through the All India Examination. This time Anna University itself has accepted the responsibility of managing student admissions – students should be given admission in Tamil Nadu on the basis of 69 percent reservation.
But the central BJP government has canceled the reservation policy saying, “Student admission should be based on central government reservation. 69 percent reservation is not acceptable. If students are given admission on that basis, then we get a monthly incentive of Rs. Will cancel. 12,500. “
Chief Minister Palanisamy, who has always been a staunch supporter of the alliance, did not talk to the Prime Minister about the student’s admission. In contrast, the Department of Biotechnology, Anna University has issued a statement saying, “We are not able to admit students in both the above M.Tech and postgraduate courses in 2020-2021 as the reservation policy of the central government is not fair”
It was also not mentioned in whose name the notice was issued. Instead of saying “by order” – AIADMK has decided to take the future of 45 students – claiming that no students will enter this year. Sarkar – The dominance of the central BJP state is highly reprehensible.
So far, the central BJP has said that if Anna University is given the status of “Institute of Eminence”, there is no danger of 69 percent reservation. What the government is saying is a lie – AIADMK has said that it will retain 69 percent reservation. The government’s claim that it was just a show off has also surfaced.
The move is as painful as shattering the dreams of postgraduate students in biotechnology – like interrupting a medical dream. Therefore, I urgently urge the Central BJP government to give up its obstinacy against the reservation policy in Tamil Nadu – the above M.Tech. On the basis of Tamil Nadu reservation, allowing the admission of students in courses.
In the alliance, the central BJP, I urge the Chief Minister Mr. Palanisamy to give both M.Tech immediate entry. As noted in his statement.