Haryana: The Directorate of Medical Education has issued guidelines stating that only those who fill bonds in the state will be admitted to MBBS

The Directorate of Medical Education and Research has issued a guideline ahead of the new session of MBBS admissions. Students from the previous two years will be required to pay a bond or fee.

In Haryana, it is now required to pay a bond or fee to gain admission to any government medical college for an MBBS degree. Students who do not fulfil the bond will be denied admission.

The Directorate of Medical Education and Research has composed to all government medical colleges, including Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Health University in Rohtak, requesting that the bond policy be implemented.

In a letter dated September 8, the director general of medical education and research requested that students admitted to the MBBS course for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 sessions submit the bond amount or fee as required by policy.

The Haryana government has restated that only candidates who deposit the bond fee as per the policy introduced in November 2020 will be considered for MBBS courses in government medical colleges for the session 2022-23.

The policy was implemented in 2020, but most students did not complete the bonds.

In November 2020, the Haryana government issued a policy on MBBS fees. At the same time, because of the influx of Corona cases into the state, this policy could not be strictly followed. In such a case, students were admitted to MBBS, but a large number of them did not complete the bonds. This has been taken seriously by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research, because the NEET results were recently released, and MBBS admissions are about to begin.

There are two kinds of bonds that need to be filled.

A student must fill two bonds in order to be admitted to government medical colleges for MBBS.

One is 5 lakh rupees; if a student drops out in the middle, they must pay this amount to the college.

Second is Rs 40 lakh for four years at Rs 10 lakh per year. If a person works for the government for seven years after graduating from MBBS, the government will pay the loan and interest of Rs 40 lakh. Aside from that, doctors are constantly paid a salary and allowances. If a person does a private job, they must deposit this amount.

Previously, it was ready for 4 lakhs; now, it requires 40 lakhs.

In Haryana, an MBBS doctor could be prepared before 2020 for Rs 4 lakh. A four-year course now costs Rs 40 lakh, in accordance with the new policy. The government offers a loan from a bank for Rs 36.28 lakh in addition to the fee of Rs 3.71 lakh. A candidate used to typically be required to pay a fee of Rs. 53,000 per year. In addition to this, there used to be 15 to 20 thousand dollars in hostel fees, but now the government has also provided for an increase in annual fees of 10%.

This is the fee structure, A certain amount of money must be deposited.                                                                                                                       

  MBBS tuition Loan
1st year80,000 9,20,000
Second year 88,000 9,12,000
3rd year 96,800 9,03,200
Fourth year         1,06,480               8,93,520
Total      3,71,280 36,28,720

There is no guarantee of providing government jobs throughout the policy,

According to the 2020 policy, students enrolled in MBBS programmes at government medical colleges will be required to sign a bond worth Rs 10 lakh annually as a condition of being eligible for government employment.

Whereas, the government has made no guarantee of giving government jobs throughout the policy. Those with an MBBS degree who did not get a government job but want one should not fill out the bond amount.

Second, top students from poor and backwards backgrounds will face difficulties. If the government does not change the policy, as it has done in the previous two years, the toppers will be forced to relocate to other states as stated by “Dr. Ranbir Dahiya, Retired Professor from PGI, Rohtak”

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