Attention: NBE revises Tuition fee for DNB, FNB training candidates
New Delhi: The National Board of Examinations has published the revised training charges and fee guidelines applicable for DNB and FNB candidates who have registered for the 2019 admission session.
The tuition charges for DNB and FNB candidates for this year will be Rs 75,000. The fees shall be collected annually and has to be paid by the trainee at the start of each academic year.
The revision of fee comes a day after the National Board of Examinations published the revised Stipend guidelines for DNB/FNB candidates
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The notification regarding the fee charges has been uploaded on the official website of NBE which clearly states:
NBE training charges & fee guidelines, as notified vide NBE notice dated 26-12-2013 stand revised as under. Revised charges shall be applicable for DNB and FNB candidates registered 2019 admission session onwards:
Revised training charges/fee structure for DNB & FNB Training
|Head||Charges * (in INR) per year|
|Annual Appraisal fees||15,000/-|
*Maximum Permissible Limit: Accredited institutions are at liberty to charge fees which is less than indicated under the respective category. The fee cannot be higher than this amount
General Fee Guidelines:
The fees shall be collected annually and has to be paid by the trainee at the start of each academic year.
• In any circumstances, the fee shall be non-refundable to the candidates if he/she leaves DNB/FNB training after joining the programme.
• The fee shall be paid by the candidate only through Demand Draft/ Cheque/ electronic transfer and under no circumstances by cash.
• The accredited hospital cannot charge any other fees like capitation fees, security deposit, security bond, and caution bond in the form of cash, fixed deposit, bank guarantee, and agreement by any instrument whatsoever.
However, State Govt owned District Hospitals applying under District DNB Programme can implement a service bond with prior approval of the National Board of Examinations.
• It is not mandatory or binding on the hospital to charge maximum fees or any part thereof from the trainee resident doctors. NBE Accreditation Information bulletin 2019 80
• The accredited hospital cannot charge any fees or an amount in any form, over and above the ceiling amounts prescribed above.
• The accredited hospital shall make necessary provisions for appraisal of the DNB candidates as per guidelines notified by the National Board of Examinations from time to time. In the event, the hospital is found not complying with the guidelines so prescribed/ not conducting appraisals, the hospital shall have to refund the appraisal fees to DNB trainees and appropriate penal action shall be taken by NBE against the accredited hospital.
• The corpus collected has to be spent for the benefit of DNB/FNB trainees as per the defined item heads only. The corpus cannot be re-appropriated/utilized for any other kind of expenses.
for more details click on the official website of Nat Board is mention below:
http://natboard.edu.in/pdoof/pbnotice2019/Notice Fee Guidelines - 03-04-2019.pdf?h88233erhx90wsd0q2wk2s2ks2weuigfu3g77844jh89de