Govt hikes stipend of MP doctors after major stir, senior residents to get upto Rs 76000 per month
Bhopal: Through a recent notification, the Medical Education Department, Madhya Pradesh has announced a significant hike in the stipend of doctors serving at various medical colleges in the State, effective April 1, 2021.
Subsequently, the doctor called off their protest after the state's Medical Education Minister, Vishwas Sarang assured a 17 percent hike in stipend.
Now, the Government has come up with a notification revising the stipend per month. As per the notification, the stipend of Diploma or first-year PG medical students has been increased from Rs 55000 to Rs 5000 while the stipend of the Diploma or second year and the third year PG medicos have also been hiked by Rs 10000.
With this, the second and third-year PG medicos will now receive Rs 67000 and Rs 69000 stipend per month respectively. The interns who were previously paid Rs. 10000 per month will now be paid Rs 12000 per month.