Monday, November 29, 1999

Rs 2 cr fine on anti-internship students

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Making internship of two years compulsory for medical students, Maharashtra Government has decided to increase fine up to Rs two crore for refusing to do so."The Government spends huge amount on medical students in the state run colleges. So, it expects the students to serve the state for two years," a release from Medical Education Department said.The Government has raised the fine from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 50 lakh for MBBS students and Rs two crore for students completing super-speciality courses for refusing to serve for the state, the release said.The norms would be mentioned in the bonds signed by students while taking admission. Compulsory internship would be implemented from next academic year, it added.Medical Education Minister Vijaykumar Gavit had proposed that two-year internship should be made compulsory, failing which a fine of Rs two crore should be imposed.

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