Postgraduate Government medicos mandatory to give 10 years of services continuously
LUCKNOW MBBS doctors in government hospitals going for PG medical courses via NEET-PG counselling will have to serve at government facilities continuously for 10 years, failing which, they will have to pay an amount of ₹1 crore to the state government.
Doctors applying for Diplomate of National Board (DNB) – a 3-year post-graduate master's degree – can pursue the course in a hospital only if they have 3 three years of service.
If they apply for a seat at a medical institute, they can do so only after 5 years of service at a government hospital.
the guidelines regarding DNB course for government doctors issued by director-general, UP stated that , "Doctors from government hospitals going for DNB will get two years of sabbatical and one year of special leave," .