PG Medical students are not getting a stipend

PG Medical Students are not getting a stipend

PG Medical Students are not getting a stipend.NMC has conducted an online survey through Google Forms on the issue of stipends for students both Undergraduate Interns and Postgraduate Medical Students in the self-financed /private Medical college.

The survey was initiated by the complaint received from the students through NHRC of not being paid equal or less stipends.

NMC received at least 10,178 responses from the PG students. Out of this 7901 responses from the PG students of Private Medical Colleges and considered for analysis. And rest of the responses were either from students of Government Medical colleges or DNB hospitals and some duplicate responses.

The analysis of 7901 responses received from the PG students from 213 colleges of 19 States and 2 union territories.

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A few Points of the Finding

Surprisingly a total of 2110 PG students of various private medical colleges across the country said that they are not receiving stipends.

The 4288 students have responded that a stipend being  paid  to them but it is not equal to the stipend being in the government medical colleges in that states

Another big surprise was when 1228 students who were getting stipends were informed that stipends given by the colleges/institutions is taken back by the management.

NMC strictly warned these institutions that they must pay the stipends. It may be noted that Regulation 13 of the PG Medical Education Regulation 2000, as amended from time to time stipulates that PG students of institutions which are located in various states/Union Territories shall be paid  remuneration at par with the remuneration being paid to the PG Students of the state government medical institutions/Central Government  medical institutions in the state/UG in which the institute is located

All the self-financed/private medical colleges are directed to implement the above-mentioned regulation 13 of the PGMER 2000. All the self-financed/private medical colleges are warned that NMC will take strict action for non-compliance with the provision of the regulations of PGMER 2000 if any complaint is received in the future.

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