Twenty days after NEET results were announced , CBSE has not declared state wise marks yet.
In Tamilnadu Medical counselling, students have no idea about cut-offs and don’t know where they stand among the 32,570 who qualified.
The state has announced it would reserved 85% of seats for state board students.
Chennai resident Santhosh G, said “While I know I qualify for admission, I don’t know if I can get a government college seat. In case I don’t qualify, I have to arrange money for a private college. The process has been very stressful. Especially for those in the 200-300 range, as we can’t even weigh how the competition is”.
Several others willing to join engineering college rather than wait and settle for low tier medical college.
Neither CBSE nor MCI has published results on a public portal, and the TN health and education departments have been unable to furnish details.
“We are yet to get details like cut-offs or number of students in marks range,” a health department official said.