The rural service which was mandatory for Government Quota Candidates is now being extended to Management and NRI Quota Candidates from this year in Karnataka as nearly 7000 MBBS graduates who have completed their internship in Karnataka are all set to begin their mandatory rural service for one year.
If any MBBS graduate wants to take up higher studies and do medical admissions elsewhere, he/she will have to submit a bond of Rs. 30 to 50 lakh, stating their willingness to serve later. Karnataka is the only state to make rural service compulsory for Private, Management and NRI candidates. This was confirmed with the release of the letter from the Director of Medical Education to the heads of all Government Medical Colleges in Karnataka along with the Private Medical Colleges in Karnataka which mentioned not to release the original documents of those who have completed undergraduate, postgraduate degree/diploma and super-specialty courses in the state until the candidates submit a NOC.
While the bond was taken up since 2012, no enforcement was done till the recent year. MBBS graduates used to sign an affidavit before KMC that they would complete the service in any government-specified hospital after returning and were given KMC registration to work as doctors but from this year, MBBS graduates aren’t getting their KMC certificates. While this new decision might affect a large number of MBBS graduates, there is no clarity whether the rural service is applicable for students who have studied under Private Quota seats in Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Medical Colleges in Karnataka.
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