This was stated by party principal secretary K N Nehru at a programme here in which around 300 students and youths joined the party.
He said party president M K Stalin will announce the scheme in the manifesto for the forthcoming assembly election.
Nehru said that DMK was denied permission to speak in the assembly to dismiss the allegation that DMK and Congress were responsible for bringing in NEET.
It was the DMK government that announced monthly cash assistance to qualified unemployed youths.
However, the subsequent AIADMK government opened the door to youths from northern states by signing a pact which allows anyone in the country to join the government services in Tamil Nadu.
This resulted in many from the northern states joining central government agencies such as railways and BSNL, Nehru alleged.
He said eligible youths from Tamil Nadu are unable to join government jobs in the northern states whereas candidates from the north can easily get government jobs by passing the examinations by hook or crook.
He claimed that unlike in the northern states, all competitive examinations are conducted in a fair manner in Tamil Nadu.