What are MBBS Bond in different states? NEET UG Government Medical College Bond in India
After completion, the MBBS course in Government Medical Colleges has a bond obligation of government service. The bond terms and amount differ per the State Government policy under the respected Health & Education Department. Students appearing for NEET UG admission counselling should know such bond amount and service terms before confirming admission to either MCC UG Counselling or State UG Counselling process.
The medical UG bond is applicable during admission to the MBBS seat through either MCC UG Counselling or the State UG Medical Counselling process. The bond format and terms & conditions are defined by the State Government's Health Department in the case of Government Medical College and by Institute Management in the case of Deemed University Management Quota.
How many types of MBBS Bonds are there? (NEET UG Medical Bond)
The candidate needs to serve as a senior resident doctor after passing the MBBS course. In the case of Government Medical College, the state health department allots a hospital/PHC/CHC to all passing MBBS students. The Government Medical College service bond also includes the bond amount. If a student does not want to serve, they need to pay the agreed amount to the Government to get an MBBS qualification certificate.
Discontinue Penalty Bond:
It applies to students who left the course before completing MBBS tenure and usually includes a financial penalty amount. Such bond includes all types of seat quota and category across the different categories of institutes like State Government, Central Government, Deemed University, and Private Medical Colleges.
Some State Governments ask for a particular amount of bank guarantee at the time of MBBS admission confirmation. Nationalized Bank will issue the bank guarantee, and they provide such a document/ letter stating that the account holder has such an amount as a Fixed Deposit against the course admission. This means the fixed deposit will be frozen until the student completes the course and fulfills the bond terms. If students do not fulfill the government service after MBBS completion, such bank guarantee is forfeited, and the amount is recovered by the State Government against the bond terms.
Compulsory Rural Service Bond:
The students need to do rural service in PHC/ CHC after completing MBBS under the policy of the respected state government. It applies to a few states with such compulsory clauses as a part of their bond affidavit documents. It also applies to some state governments offering Scholarship Schemes or Fee Reimbursement schemes for economically weaker students. In such cases, students, irrespective of the type of institute (Government or Private), must do government service for a defined period after completing the MBBS course.
Dose Deemed University have MBBS service bond?
NO. The Deemed University has two types of seat quotas: Management/Paid and NRI. In both quotas, the university will ask to provide an affidavit from parents to ensure the payment of MBBS fees and to complete the course tenure. So, they do not ask students to do hospital service after completing the MBBS course.
NEET-UG Bond State wise in Government Medical Colleges
NOTE: The bond details are as per the NEET-UG counselling year 2021 & 2022. It is only for the reference, viewers are advised to confirm and verify with respected government authority.
- MAHARASHTRA: 10 lakhs for ONE Year service; Discontinue Penalty bond is 10 lakh. Candidate availing Scholarship/ Govt. Reimbursement needs to do ONE year of compulsory rural service.
- RAJASTHAN: 5 Lakh for TWO Years of service bond
- GUJARAT: 20 lakhs for a ONE-Year service bond. Beneficiary of Government Scheme MYSY/Kanya Kedavani is also applicable for the same bond. Discontinue Penalty Bond is 5 Lakh.
- MADHYA PRADESH: 10 Lakh for ONE Year service bond and for Reserved candidates 5 Lakh; Discontinue Penalty Bond is 30 Lakh
- UTTAR PRADESH: 10 lakhs for TWO Years service bond
- CHHATTISGARH: 25 lakhs for FIVE years' service bond
- JHARKHAND: Discontinue Penalty bond is 20 Lakh
- HARYANA: INR 25.77 Lakh for Males and INR 23.19 Lakh for female candidates for FIVE years' service bond
- TAMIL NADU: 5 Lakh for FIVE years' service bond; Discontinue Penalty Bond is 10 Lakh
- KARNATAKA: ONE-year compulsory service bond
- ANDHRA PRADESH: 30 Lakh for ONE Year service bond
- TELANGANA: Discontinue Penalty Bond is 30 Lakh
- KERALA: 10 Lakh for TWO Years of service
- GOA: 5 Lakh bank guarantee for ONE Year service bond; Discontinue Penalty Bond is 10 Lakh
- WEST BENGAL: Discontinue Penalty Bond is 10 Lakh
- ASSAM: 7 Lakh for FIVE Years service bond
- DELHI: Discontinue Penalty Bond is 10 Lakh, NO service bond.
- ANDAMAN & NICOBAR: 10 lakhs for a ONE-year service bond
- ARUNACHAL PRADESH: 10 Lakh for THREE years' service bond
Which state has a bond for MBBS?
States like Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Goa, West Bengal, Assam, Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar, and Arunachal Pradesh.
What is a bond in a government medical college?
In India, a bond in government medical colleges is a legal contract between the college and an MBBS student. It obligates the student to work in a designated government hospital or healthcare facility for a specified period after graduation.
Is there a bond in the all-India quota for MBBS?
MBBS students admitted through the All-India Quota (AIQ) in government medical colleges in India must fulfill a bond agreement. The duration of the bond period may differ among institutions and states, but it usually lasts one year to three years.
What is the benefit of state quota in NEET?
The state quota in NEET provides several benefits, such as increased opportunities for students who did not score high enough for All-India Quota, lower fees for local students in some states, better chances for admission, and familiarity with the local language and culture. These advantages increase the chances of securing a seat in medical colleges within their state, making medical education more accessible to local students.
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