Wednesday, October 02, 2019

NEET Impersonation

NEET impersonation had come to light through a couple of cases registered following found evidence. NEET is an all India entrance exam to pursue medicine in India and there’s already a dispute across the country in implementation of NEET exam esp. Tamil Nadu is against this rule and some lives were lost due to lack of makeup to the exam. But this is nothing to do with the impersonation which is punishable whatever the case or makeable and what really surprise was the students involved in impersonation were sons of Doctors! And the doctors themselves were behind all this conspiracy.  No wonder at the people involving in impersonation and this is something could happen at any department or course of exam with incapable candidates, but being doctors and well known about the significance of the course and preciousness of lives execution is malicious and crime.

I think it’s the social pressure had made these doctors to approach impersonation for their children’s NEET exam. There’s a general thought among people to anticipate a doctor’s child to become a doctor and doctors themselves see it has a status or pride to produce a successor had dragged them into the pit of impersonation. It’s not necessary for a doctor’s son or daughter to come up in life as a doctor because no one can decide their intention, ability or passion to be same. I see there’s a pressure always on individuals, forcing them to do beyond their excellence or anticipate what they underserved rather knowing anything about them or their individuality. And comparison is another dragon ready to fire-breath to blow them completely out of the world. Many a life lose or accidents happen because of unqualified professionals (and I know every work has its parts of risk) but with underserved the causes are easier. This impersonation is a black mark that going to chase them for their life and spoil the carrier.

7 comments:

Destination Infinity said...

Ya, people should rise above the social pressures put on them and do what they think is the right thing. Why would they allow other people (aka social pressure) to dictate what they should do? Such acts are going to have disastrous effects on the long-run anyway - but in this case, they have caused havoc in the short-run itself!

Destination Infinity

George said...

We had a similar problem involving college admission exams this year. Many well-known and wealthy parents wanted to make sure their children got into the college or university of their dreams and cheated to make it happen.

bill burke said...

People should stand up for what they believe in and not let others dictate the situation.

Sandi said...

Oh no...terrible.

Elsie Amata said...

George mentioned exactly what I was thinking. It's sad that the pressure of "being the best" has made people do such things. I've told my kids that as long as they are productive citizens and they are happy, then I'm happy too.

Elsie

Twilight Man said...

I am speechless to hear this happening in India. Hope the government will wake up and plug all these cheats.

ashok said...

sad!