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:
Let’s contribute the bond information of our respective states at this link and help each other:
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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