The Madras High Court on Wednesday observed that a decision should be taken at the earliest on the Bill unanimously passed last month in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly for reserving 7.5% of UG medical seats for Government school students who clear the NEET..The Bill i.e. the "Tamil Nadu Admission to Under Graduate Courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Indian Medicine and Homeopathy on preferential basis to the students of the Government Schools Bill, 2020" had been passed on September 15, this year..Further, the Bill was also sent for receiving the Governor's assent on the very same day, the Bench of Justices N Kirubakaran and B Pugalendhi was informed. However, "it is pending for the past one month without any decision", the Court observed. .While this is the case, it was noted that the NEET results this year were due to be declared this Friday. As such, the interests of Government school students have to be safeguarded, the Court remarked. The Court's order observes, ."The data would reveal that only 3, 5 and 6 students from Government Schools got admission in the Medical Colleges for the past three years viz., 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 respectively. Therefore, if no decision is taken with regard to the reservation for the Government School students, definitely less number of students alone would get admission. The interest of the students of the Government Schools would be affected."."Therefore, a decision needs to be taken at the earliest with regard to the Bill, viz., The Tamil Nadu Admission to Undergraduate Courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Indian Medicine and Homeopathy on preferential basis to Students of Government Schools Bill, 2020."Madras High Court.The Court on Wednesday asked the Advocate General to get instructions on the matter. The case has been listed to be taken up next on October 16, Friday.