Which state has the highest Resident doctors’ salary in India?

Which state in India has the highest salary Resident doctors salar?
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      Without a doubt, the highest Resident doctors’ salary in India is in Delhi NCR.  Check out the salary by hospital here.  Following are a few examples of salaries and candidate reviews from hospitals in Delhi NCR.  

Time stampWhat is your stipend/salary?What is your specialty?Course/ Residency/ Job ProfileWhat is your current Post?In which institute are you currently working?Which city is your institute located?What state is your institute located?Please give a frank descriptive review about the quality of clinical exposure, teaching, hands on experience and other aspects in your institute. (This data is anonymous and your identity is not recorded in this survey)
2018108000NeurosurgeryMS/MDSenior residentDDU hospital new DelhiNew DelhiDelhiOnly trauma surgery
201882000Thoracic SurgeryDNB SuperspecialtyResidentSir Gangaram HospitalNew DelhiDelhiAverage
201880000SurgeryNon-AcademicSenior residentApolloDelhiDelhiNothing
201880000General SurgeryDNB Broad SpecialtySenior ResidentSt. Stephen’s HospitalDelhiDelhiTeaching is good. Clinical exposure is not as in govt hospitals. Hands on experience is limited.
201880000Plastic surgeryDNB SuperspecialtyDNB traineeLok Nayak Hospital & MAMCDelhiDelhi 
201874346OrthopaedicsDNB Broad SpecialtyJunior residentHindu Rao HospitalDelhiDelhiExposure is fine.but variety of cases can’t be seen.as many aspects like, scopy, spine Sx, and various plasty are not done here.Hand on is also fine.u get to do independent and supervised Sx,t though limited.
2018100000General SurgeryNon-AcademicSenior ResidentESI FaridabadFaridabadHaryanaOnly basic surgical procedures being done in hospital. Non academic post. No teachings and cme.
201860000SurgeryMS/MDJrPgi rohtakRohtakHaryanaGood
201895,000General SurgeryNon-AcademicSenior ResidentFortis Hospital, NoidaNoidaUttar PradeshVery less hands on. Get to assist a variety of cases. Good exposure to laparoscopic procedure.
201880000General SurgeryNon-AcademicSenior ResidentESI Hospital, NoidaNoidaUttar PradeshGood hands on experience. Nil academics. Low exposure to complicated cases and surgeries as they are referred to higher centers.
201994500Medicine pgMS/MDPost graduate studentLady hardinge medical collegeDelhiDelhi 
201985000DNB NeurosurgeryDNB SuperspecialtyDNB Superspeciality ResidentParas HospitalsGurgaonHaryanaTeaching ok, variety and number of cases good, hands on limited to few steps in each case , but no free hand in cases, toxic faculty
202097000DermatologyMS/MDPGvmmc and safdarjungDelhiDelhiGood
2020110000General surgeryNon-AcademicSenior Resident General surgeryFortis hospital shalimar baghDelhiDelhiNil academics and only assistance to consultant in name of surgical hands on exposure
202090000NeurosurgeryDNB SuperspecialtySenior ResidentParas HospitalsGurgaonHaryanaGood variety of cases, Good Exposure, Renowned Faculty, Limited hands on, alternate day seminars, toxic faculty
202085000NeurologyDNB SuperspecialtySenior ResidentParas Hospital, GurgaonGurgaonHaryanaGood academics, inpatient and outpatient load

Indian Resident Doctors Salary/Stipend Survey 2020
This survey aims to collect and share information for making a crucial decision of joining a particular institute. To get good students and keep stipends low many institute do not disclose stipends and salaries for PG and Superspecialty residents until the last moment. Thus let’s all help each other in taking an informed decision by sharing our stipends, specialty, post, institute and state.
Also please spend some time in reviewing your institute regarding the quality of clinical exposure, teaching, hands on experience and other aspects.
This will build a single depository for taking decision before joining a particular institute.
This data is purely anonymous, so you need not worry about your identity.
Survey report and results can be viewed after contributing your information. : Click here to fill the survey

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