Bihar medicos to sign bond: pay Rs 15L for quitting PG cours
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The students desirous of taking admission in the PG courses of government colleges in Bihar will have to fill up two separate bonds at the time of admission. As per these bonds the students pursuing PG courses at government colleges will have to pay Rs 15 lakh if they quit the course midway, and those, who acquire PG degree also needed to serve at least three years in the state to avoid paying Rs 25 lakh to the government. Moreover, those quitting the course midway would also have to pay back the stipend paid to them, apart from the amount pledged by them in the bond they sign.

Sources in the health department said the decision to introduce the bond system was prompted by huge vacancies in non-clinical and para-clinical PG courses like forensic science, anatomy and physiology and an acute shortage of specialised doctors in district and block hospitals. A sizable chunk of seats in various medical colleges were vacant for the entire session, as those pursuing PG in these courses switch to clinical sections.

The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday.

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