NEET PG Bond Details and NEET SS Bond Details State-wise 2022

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Based on the survey conducted by the World Surgery Forum in 2021, below are the state-wise bond details for various courses in NEET PG and NEET SS. Here is the tabulated information on NEET PG and NEET SS bond details:

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NEET PG Bond Details Institute-wise

InstitutesBond
Andhra Pradesh – StateNo bond
5 yrs/15 lakhs bond proposed (only) for state service candidates
Andhra Pradesh – SVIMS, Tirupathi1 year / 20 Lakhs
Assam – State10 years – 20 lakhs (Implementation 1 year)
Assam – Lokopriya Gopinath BIMH2 to 3 yrs / 5 lakhs
Assam – Dr.B.Borooah Cancer Institute1 yr
Bihar – State3 years / 25 Lakhs + Stipend received
Bihar – IGIMS PatnaNo bond
Chandigarh – GMC ChandigarhNo bond
Chattisgarh – State2 years / 50 Lakhs for Gen category & 40 Lakhs for others
Goa – Goa Medical College, Panaji1 year / 50 Lakhs (To be confirmed with GO)
Gujarat – StateAIQ – No bond
State Quota – 1yr / 40 Lakhs
Haryana – StateNo bond till date. Prospectus mentions that any bond notified
shall be applicable but none notified as on Jan 13th 2022
Himachal Pradesh – State2 years / 40 Lakhs / No bond if no stipend
Jharkhand – State MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur3 years / 30 lakhs + Stipend
Jharkhand – Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi3 years / 30 lakhs + Stipend
Jharkhand – CIP, RanchiNo Bond
Karnataka – State3 yrs / 50 Lakhs (1 year rural service alone implemented as of
now)
Karnataka – ESI BangaloreSEE common bond for all ESIs listed separately*
Kerala – State1 year   / 50 Lakhs + Stipend Received + Amount spent by Govt.
on studies
Madhya Pradesh – State1 yr / 10 lakhs
Maharashtra – State1 / 50 Lakhs
Maharahstra MGIMS Wardha1 / 50 Lakhs
Maharashtra – Tata Memorial / BARC1 year / 25 Lakhs
Maharahstra AIIPMR, MumbaiNo Info
Manipur – Jawaharlal Nehru IMS, Imphal1 year/ 20 lakhs (For Clinial and Community Medicine)
Manipur – RIMS, ImphalNo Bond
Meghalaya – NEIGRIHMS, ShillongNo Bond
Odisha – State2 years  / Double the amount of salary  or stipend received
Pondicherry – Indira Gandhi MCRI3 years / 10 lakhs
Punjab – State1 year – 10 Lakhs (All India Quota)
2 years / 15 lakhs (State Quota – Other than in-service)
Rajasthan – State5 years;  Degree – 25 Lakhs / Diploma – 5 lakhs
No bond for Anatomy, Biochemistry Pharmacology, PSM, Physiology and Forensic Medicine. No bond for other state in- service canddiates (officially as per GO)
(Bond not implemeted now)
Tamil Nadu – State2 years; Degree – 40 Lakhs / Diploma – 20 Lakhs (Scarce specialty bond of 5 years not implemented till now)
Tamil Nadu – ESI KK NagarSEE common bond for all ESIs listed separately*
Telangana – State1 year / 20 Lakhs (Degree) or 10 Lakhs (Diploma) + Stipend paid
Telangana – NIMS, Hyderabad1 year / 20 Lakhs (Degree) + Stipend paid
Tripura – Agartala GMCDegree – 3 years / Diploma – 2 years
50 lakhs – Clinical Degree / 35 lakhs – Pre and Para clincial Degree
/ 15 lakhs – Diploma (No bond for AIQ if no stipend)
Uttar Pradesh – State2 years  / Degree  – 40 Lakhs / Diploma – 20 Lakhs
1 Crore bond applicable only for In-service
Uttar Pradesh – KGMU Lucknow2 years  / Degree  – 40 Lakhs / Diploma – 20 Lakhs
Uttar Pradesh – RML Lucknow2 years  / Degree  – 40 Lakhs / Diploma – 20 Lakhs
Uttar Pradesh – IMS, BHUNo bond
Uttar Pradesh – JNU MC, Aligarh (AMU)No bond
Uttarakhand – Government Medical College, Haldwani2 year / 2.5 crores. If candidate does not submit bond, he/she is
not eligible for subsidized fee but no bond applicable
West Bengal – StateDegree – 3 years / 30 Lakhs (10 Lakhs per defaulting year)
Diploma  – 2 years / 20 Lakhs (10 Lakhs per defaulting year)

NEET PG Bond Details ESI Institutes

*ESIC – All Medical Colleges (MD/MS Bond)2  years 10 lakhs (5 lakhs bank guarantee at the beginning of 2nd year and  5 lakhs bank guarantee at the beginning of 3rd year)

NEET PG Bond Details Central Universities

VMMC, PGIMER DelhiNo Bond
Delhi University InstitutesNo Bond
JLN Medical College, AMUNo Bond
IMS, BHUNo Bond

NEET PG Bond Details Deemed Universities

DEEMED UNIVERSITY / INSTITUTESBond
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and ResearchNo Bond
M.M. Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Ambala1 yr / 5 lakhs
SBKS Medical College and Research Centre, Vadodara1 yr / 5 lakhs
Kasturba Medical College ManipalNo Bond
Kasturba Medical College MangaloreNo Bond
JSS Academy Of Higher Education And ResearchNo Bond
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belagavi1 yr / 10 Lakhs
K S Hegde Medical Academy, MangaluruNo Bond
Yenepoya Medical CollegeNo Bond
SHRI. B. M. PATIL MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITALNo Bond
SRI DEVARAJ URS MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOLAR1 yr / Karnataka Rural service Bond if called for
DR D Y PATIL MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAVI MUMBAI1 yr / 50 Lakhs
AMRITA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,KochiNo Bond
KRISHNA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KARAD1 yr / 5 lakhs
BVDU Medical College,Pune1 yr / 50 Lakhs
BVDU , Sangli1 yr / 50 Lakhs
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha-1 yr / 5 lakhs
MGM Medical College, Aurangabad1 yr / 50 Lakhs
MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai1 yr / 50 Lakhs
DR. D. Y. PATIL MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE1 yr / 50 Lakhs
D. Y. Patil Medical College, Kolhapur1 yr / 20 Lakhs
Pravara Rural Medical College, Loni1 yr / 5 lakhs
Institute of Medial Sciences and SUM Hospital, BhubaneswarNo Bond
KALINGA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCESNo Bond
MGM College and Research Institute, Pondicherry1 yr / 10 Lakhs
Chettinad Hospital and Research InstituteNo Bond
A.C.S. Medical College and HospitalNo Bond
SRM MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAINo Bond
Saveetha Medical College Nd Hospital1 yr / 10 Lakhs
Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research InstituteNo Bond
Vinayaka Missions Kirupananda Variyar Medical College, SalemNo Bond
Shri Sathya Sai Medical College,Kancheepuram1 yr / 10 Lakhs
SREE BALAJI MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, CHENNAINo Bond
Meenakshi Medical College, KanchipuramNo Bond
VINAYAKA MISSIONS MEDICAL COLLEGE, KARAIKALNo Bond
AARUPADAI VEEDU MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITALNo Bond
Sri Lakshmi narayana institute of medical sciences,puducherryNo Bond
Santosh Medical College and Hospital, Ghaziabad, NCR DelhiNo Bond

NEET SS (Super specialty) Bond Details Institute-wise

StateMedical CollegeBond Years
Andhra PradeshGovernment Colleges3 yrs / 50 Lakhs
Andhra PradeshSri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences (SVIMS) , Tirupati1 yr / 20 Lakhs
AssamDr. B. Borooah Cancer Institute (Regional Cancer Centre), Guwahati1 yr / 50 Lakhs
AssamGauhati Medical College, Guwahati1 yr / 10 Lakhs
BiharIndira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences,Sheikhpura, PatnaAutonomous institution and for PG does not follow state bond(has no bond). Should be similar.
BiharPatna Medical College, Patna3 yrs / 25 Lakhs
ChandigarhGovernment Medical College, ChandigarhNil
ChattisgarhPt. J N M Medical College, RaipurNil (Verify this)
DelhiESI-PGIMSR,ESI-Hospital,Basaidarapur,New Delhi2 yrs / 15 Lakhs (7.5 lakhs
per year of default)
DelhiArmy Hospital Research & Referral, New Delhi (FOR DNB)5 yrs / 35 Lakhs (7 lakhs per
year of default)
DelhiGB Pant / IHBAI / ILBS / LHMC / MAMC / PGIMER / VMMC / VP ChestNil
GoaGoa Medical College, Panaji1 yr / 1 Crore
GujaratB J Medical College, Ahmedabad3 yrs / 50 Lakhs (Verify this) No bond for CTVS and  Paediatric Surgery in 2019 
GujaratSmt. G.R. Doshi and Smt. K.M. Mehta Institute of Kidney Diseases and Research Centre, Dr. H.L. Trivedi Institute of Transplantation Sciences,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
3 yrs / 50 Lakhs
HaryanaPt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak
(Haryana)
Nil (Verify this)
Himachal PradeshIGMC Shimla / Dr RPG Tanda3 yrs / 60 Lakhs
Jammu & KashmirSher-I-Kashmir Instt. Of Medical Sciences, SrinagarNil
JharkhandRajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi3 yrs / 30 Lakhs + Stipend
paid
KarnatakaGovernment Colleges3 yrs / 50 Lakhs
KarnatakaJawaharlal Nehru Medical College, BelgaumFor Plastic Surgery / CTVS 1 year bond as fee is just 1.2 Lakhs. Higher fee ifno bond
KarnatakaSt. Johns Medical College, Bangalore1 yr / 5 Lakhs
KeralaGovernment Colleges1 yr / 2 Crores (Check if 1
crore)
KeralaRegional Cancer Centre, Thiruvanthapuram1 yr / 1 Crore
Madhya PradeshGovernment Colleges1 yr / 10 Lakhs
Madhya PradeshSri Aurobindo Medical College and Post Graduate Institute , Indore1 yr / 25 Lakhs
MaharashtraArmed Forces Medical College, Pune5 yrs / 35 Lakhs (7 lakhs per
year of default)
MaharashtraGovernment Colleges1 yr / 2 Crores (May be 2
years – verify)
MaharashtraMGM Med. Coll. Aurangabad / MGM Med. Coll. Navi Mumbai1 yr / 50 Lakhs
MaharashtraTata Memorial centre, Mumbai1 yr / 50 Lakhs
ManipurRegional Institute of Medical Sciences, ImphalNil
MeghalayaNorth Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Instt. of Health and Medical
Sciences, Shillong
Nil
OrissaGovernment Colleges2 yrs / Double the stipend of 3 years (43 L approx.) (Verify if proposed higher bond of 2 crores 
implemented)
PondicherryMahatma Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute, Pondicherry1 yr / Not mentioned
RajasthanGovernment Colleges5 yrs /25 lakhs + Interest
For Paediatrics Surgery / CTVS no bond
Tamil NaduGovernment Colleges2 yrs / 50 Lakhs + stipend
Tamil NaduRegional centre for Cancer Research and treatment,Adyar,Chennai1 yr / 10 Lakhs
Tamil NaduSaveetha Medical College and Hospital, Kanchipuram1 yr / 10 Lakhs
TelanganaGovernment Colleges2 yrs / 50 Lakhs
TelanganaNizams Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad1 yr / 20 Lakhs (Verify)
Uttar PradeshGovernment Colleges2 yrs / 1 Crore
Uttar PradeshInstitute of Medical Sciences, BHU, VaransiNIL
Uttar PradeshJawaharlal Nehru Medical College, AligarhNIL
West BengalGovernment Colleges3 yrs / 30 Lakhs (10 lakh per
year of default)

Almost all the states have now implemented bonds at all the levels of medical education be it post MBBS, after post-graduation or after completing super specialty education. These bonds are being implemented without ensuring proper infrastructure like operation theatres, various specialty wise facilities like CT, MRI and required investigations and lab tests. In the name of treatment not even basic drugs, let alone the WHO essential drugs are available in the bond hospitals.

A doctor who has just been trained in a tertiary facility is left to wither away and forget all what he has learned during the training. Either this bond system should be phased out or a better way of implementing it should be introduced. If the proper infrastructure requirement is not met by the respective state governments or a proper place is not allotted as per individuals’ specialty, the bond should become null and void.

There is so much disparity in the medical education bonds and stipends across states, that it is getting outrightly unjust for doctors from bond free states to pursue a course in states with a bond. This is creating virtual boundaries, where states like Tamil Nadu are locking their seats for local candidates.

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