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Uttar Pradesh Government makes 10-Year Service Mandatory for PG Medical Students in Govt Hospitals, Rs 1 Crore Fine for Violators

Uttar Pradesh Government makes 10-Year Service Mandatory for PG Medical Students in

Govt Hospitals, Rs 1 Crore Fine for Violators

UP Government has taken a major policy decision which may affect the future of thousands of PG doctors in Uttar Pradesh. UP government has decided to lead a 10-year bond service for doctors completing their PG medical courses in the state.

Students of post-graduation (PG) medical courses in Uttar Pradesh will have to serve in the state-run hospitals for 10 years. If a student fails to do so, s/he will have to pay a hefty fine of Rs. 1 crore. The Uttar Pradesh government, headed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Saturday announced to make 10-year service mandatory for students of PG medical courses.

 “The Uttar Pradesh government mandates 10 years of service in the department for medical students undergoing post-graduation course in the state. Anyone failing to do so has to pay a fine amount of Rs 1 crore,” Principal Health Secretary Amit Mohan Prasad said. “Anyone leaving the course in between will be debarred from the PG degree course for the next three years,” he added.

Medical Doctor with steth

Once completed graduation or post-graduation, medical students are required to serve in government-run hospitals. The duration of this service varies from state to state. The Uttar Pradesh cabinet on Friday approved the proposal for setting up of 14 new medical colleges in the state. Once functional, at least 45 out of 75 districts in the state will have a government medical college.

Quick Notes:

  • PG Doctors would have compulsorily serve in government hospitals for a period of 10 years after passing their post-graduation.
  • Anyone leaving the course in between will be debarred from the PG degree course establishments for the next three years. They can get re-enrolled after that period of time.
  •  MBBS doctors who have served for one year or more after their graduation in UP government hospitals will get an extra benefit in the NEET PG exam. Those with one-year service will get 10 marks, those with two years of service will get 20 marks, and those with 3 years will get a rebate of 30 points in the NEET exam.
  • Penalty- For leaving service before the designated timeline and violating bond conditions, MBBS/BDS students must pay a designated bond of 10 lakh, MD/MS students must pay 40 lakh, PG Diploma/MDS students must pay 20 Lakh and DM/MCh students must pay 1 crore, doctors and PG students will be penalized too for leaving their jobs and courses midway.
  • The amount of penalty for doctors leaving their jobs has been fixed at Rs. 1 crore by the UP Government.

Source: Times Of India

 

 

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