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Super-specialty doctors should be appointed on posts commensurate with their specialization

November 8, 2012

Doctors who pursue super-specialty courses in Maharashtra will have to serve a one-year bond in public hospitals, the Bombay High Court has ruled. The court was hearing petitions filed by around 250 super-specialty doctors who challenged the bond rules.

However, a division bench of Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud and Justice Rajesh Ketkar directed the state government to either appoint super-specialty doctors during the bond period on posts commensurate with their specialization or release them from the bond condition.

As per Maharashtra’s rules, super-specialty doctors who pass out from the state have to serve a bond period of one year or pay Rs 2 crore to the Directorate Of Medical Education and Research.

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