Statewise Bond For NEET PG 2020: Amount, Duration & Much More!!

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    Statewise Bond For NEET PG 2020: In this section, we bring to you the Statewise Bond for NEET PG 2020, which is compulsory for postgraduate medical candidates. Here we have tried to provide all possible states covered to give detailed information. Each state has its own criteria and bond policy which would be signed by the candidate before taking admission to various college.

    As per this Statewise Bond for NEET PG 2020 system, students pursuing PG courses in Government Colleges or private college will have to pay the requested amount if they quit their course midway. And the medical PG degree holders will have to serve in the respected state for provided years in the state; otherwise, they must pay the amount to the Government.

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    State-wise Medical CollegesBond AmountDuration (in Years)
    Andhra Pradesh3,00,000/-N/A (If you leave the college)
    Arunachal PradeshNANA
    Assam20,000,00/-10
    Bihar25,00,000/-3
    Chhattisgarh50,00,000/-NA
    Goa10,00,000/-3
    Gujarat10,00,000/-3
    Haryana7,50,000/- (If you leave the college)
    Himachal Pradesh25,00,000/-5
    Jharkhand10,00,000/-1
    Karnataka50,00,000/-3
    Kerala50,00,000/-1
    Madhya Pradesh10,00,000/-1
    Maharashtra50,00,000/-1
    Manipur7,00,000/-1
    Meghalaya20,00,000/- (If you leave the college)
    MizoramNANA
    NagalandNANA
    Odisha30,00,000/-2
    Punjab15,00,000/-3
    Rajasthan25,00,000/-5
    SikkimNANA
    Tamil Nadu40,00,000/-5
    TelanganaNANA
    Tripura25,00,000/-NA
    Uttar Pradesh40,00,000/-2
    Uttarakhand2.5 Crore2
    West Bengal30,00,000/-3
    Union Territories
    Andaman and Nicobar IslandsNANA
    Chandigarh5,00,000/-NA
    Dadra and Nagar Haveli
    Daman and Diu
    Delhi10,00,000/-NA

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    That’s why students who desire to take admission in PG courses in Medical Colleges will have to sign two separate bonds at the time of admission i.e. one for not leaving the course midway and another one for serving at least 3 years in the state after completion of their course.

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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

    Q: Is there any bond for DNB?

    A. Yes, These seats span across a variety of PG courses including DNB in medicine, Gynaecology, Surgery, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology being some specialisations. The doctors joining these courses also signed a bond for a three year bond with the government to serve at the district hospitals at the state.

    Q: What happens to the band signed with the gov Medical College if someone joined the Indian army before completing their working bond?

    A. You have to submit the amount mentioned on the sign in the bond papers.

    Q: What is the stipend for MD?

    A. The stipend varies from state to state as well as in government and private colleges it differs. It may range from some 30000 to 65000. The highest salary is paid to residents at national institutes like AIIMS, JIPMER and also Delhi colleges which is near 85000.

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    16 COMMENTS

    1. So does N/A mean that these states do not have any bond ,as in you don’t need to serve after the completion of your PG course ?
      and when you say that a bond of 3 years has to be signed at the time of admission is that for all the states or only those that have a bond period of 3 years mentioned ?

      thanks for answering.

    2. HI I HAVE A DOUBT SUPPOSE I DONT WANT TO DO SERVICE AFTER COMPLETING THE COURSE THEN WHAT IS THE PROCESS I SHOULD PAY THE FINE IF SO HOW MUCH?

    3. I got the non-clinical seat in state seat allotment process and if I get a clinical seat in DNB. Does I need to pay bond amount, if I join DNB?

    4. hi….can u please tell me if telangana has a bond…also is there a bond for DNB courses too…thank u

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