MBBS students enrolled in public universities have been fighting the Haryana government’s “bond policy” for almost a month.
The Haryana government unveiled a bond scheme for MBBS students on November 6, 2020. The annual fee was raised from Rs. 52,000 to Rs. 10 lakh. The pupils were initially only obliged to sign an agreement. However, the government began imposing this additional charge this year (2022). Therefore, on November 1st, the students began a protest against it. They began a strike on November 5 that is currently ongoing. According to student activist Priya Kaushik, doctors from both government and private clinics have backed the strike in Haryana for one day on November 28 – except for emergency services.
She continued by saying that this strategy was designed to only charge students Rs 40 lakh plus interest. Without any employment security, this is being implemented. Banks have also participated in bond-cum-loan agreements in Haryana. However, banks haven’t been involved in these bonds in other states. There, the issue just involves the educational institutions and the pupils. Just a pointless argument, this. The officers stated clearly during two sessions conducted jointly with us in Chandigarh that it is not the government’s obligation to offer jobs. If we look at the pattern of hiring doctors for public hospitals, Haryana in 2020 had just 447 open positions and roughly 1,400 applicants. They would have raised the number of positions to be filled if the lack of doctors was the real problem.
Government jobs will only be granted to chosen doctors. The remaining doctors won’t find employment paying more than 50,000 or 60,000 rupees a month if they want to work in the private sector. They will be required to pay an EMI (equivalent monthly installment) of Rs 68,000 under the bond policy. Then, what will the young doctors be left with? questioned Priya Kaushik.
The bond amount should be decreased from Rs 40 lakhs to Rs 5 lakhs, according to MBBS students. It should only take one year instead of seven years to be employed by the government avoid paying the bond amount. There must be a national bonding standard for MBBS students. All legal actions brought by the protesting students should be dropped.
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