penalty on leaving medical seat
i am a Docto. sir, i am currently doing md govt medical college.. i am doing in service post graduation means i am medical officer deputed by public health department to do md in medical college.sir, now i got appointment letter for central govt medical officer post and for that i want to leave md seat.In my deputation order it is mentioned that if anybody leaves pg seat , then i have to pay the the salary for the duration i have worked.but medical college is demanding me 16 lac becoz i am causing lapse of their pg seat.sir, can u give legal advice regarding this? i can pay 8 lac ? can i pay rest 8lacs after some time?
In accordance with the guidelines laid down by the Maharashtra government you are obligated to pay R.10 lakhs for non-completion of the course. In addition thereto, a further penalty of Rs.10 lakhs will also have to be paid. The rigours of these clauses will not be relaxed for you either by the govt or court. As such, you shall have to pay a total of 20 lakhs at the time of leaving the course. So you have no remedy before a court of law. 2. If you are unable to pay 20 lakhs at this stage then it is advisable to complete the course.
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