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NBE redefines stipends of DNB, FNB candidates


NBE redefines stipends of DNB, FNB candidates

New Delhi: As per the notification, a minimum stipend of Rs 35,000 or more has to be paid to DNB candidates, and for DNB SS  and FNB candidates Rs 41,000.

The National Board of Examination has recently issued the revised guidelines for the stipend to be paid to Diplomat of National Board and FNB candidates pursuing their PG medical courses at various accredited hospitals/institutions across the country.

As per the notice, NBE accredited hospital shall have to pay the DNB/FNB Candidate a basic stipend as mentioned below or basic stipend according to state government policy (whichever is higher).

In November 2018, NBE had issued another set of revised guidelines that spelt out what stipend was to be paid of DNB/FNB candidates. These guidelines did not spell out the minimum amount that was to be paid

Now, putting a number to the minimum stipend that has to be paid to the DNB/FNB candidates at various stages of their studies, the NBE has come up with new guidelines

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NBE stipend guidelines, as notified vide NBE notice dated 26-12-2013 and subsequent clarifications as notified vide NBE notice dated 03-11-2018 stands revised as under:

DNB Broad Specialty (Post MBBS Trainees):

Year of Training Minimum Amount (In INR)
1st Year 35,000/-
2nd Year 37,000/-
3rd Year 39,000/-

DNB Broad Specialty (Post Diploma Trainees):

Year of Training Minimum Amount (In INR)
1st Year 35,000/-
2nd Year 37,000/-

DNB Super Specialty (Post MD/MS/DNB) Trainees:

Year of Training Minimum Amount (In INR)
1st Year 41,000/-
2nd Year 43,000/-
3rd Year 45,000/-

DNB Super Specialty Direct 6 Year Courses (Post MBBS Trainees):

Year of Training Minimum Amount (In INR)
1st Year 35,000/-
2nd Year 37,000/-
3rd Year 39,000/-
4th Year 41,000/-
5th Year 43,000/-
6th Year 45,000/-

FNB Programme:

Year of Training Minimum Amount (In INR)
1st Year 41,000/-
2nd Year 43,000/-

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The phrase “basic stipend according to state government policy” in Para 2 should be interpreted for different states as detailed under:

 

 

Categories of States

The phrase “basic stipend according to state government policy” in NBE stipend guidelines should be interpreted as under:
For DNB Broad Specialty trainees For DNB Super  Specialty & FNB trainees
 

States where the stipend to MD/MS  and DM/MCh trainees of State Govt Medical Colleges is paid as a consolidated sum (without any break- up of basic pay and allowances)

The consolidated sum paid to MD/MS trainees of State Govt Medical Colleges The consolidated sum paid to DM/MCh trainees of State Govt Medical Colleges
 

States where the stipend paid to MD/ MS and DM/MCh trainees of State Govt Medical Colleges is structured as a “Basic pay plus various allowances (such as DA, NPA, HRA etc)” and paid as per recommendations of 7th CPC

Pay level 10 of 7th CPC*{Cell 1, 2 and 3 of pay level 10 in pay matrix of 7th CPC correspond to first, the second and third year of training respectively} Pay level 11 of 7th CPC*{Cell 1, 2 and 3 of pay  level 11 in pay matrix of  7th CPC correspond to first, the second and third year of training respectively}

*  This does not include any kind of allowances as may be paid to MD/MS candidates in respective states. It is at liberty to the accredited hospitals to pay any allowances over and above the basic pay.

NBE accredited hospitals are at liberty to pay DNB & FNB trainees a monthly stipend more than the minimum stipend prescribed by NBE.

The said stipend guidelines further require that parity to the basic stipend paid by respective State government should be maintained and rates of the stipend may accordingly be periodically revised.

It is herewith reiterated that paying a monthly stipend to DNB & FNB trainees as per NBE  guidelines is mandatory.

All NBE accredited hospitals/institutes are hereby advised to comply with the NBE guidelines for payment of Failure to do so shall invite appropriate action as per applicable NBE norms.

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for more details click on the official website of Nat Board given below:

http://natboard.edu.in/

http://natboard.edu.in/pdoof/pbnotice2019/Notice%20Stipend%20Guidelines%20-%20April%202019.pdf?h88233erhx90wsd0q2wk2s2ks2weuigfu3g77844jh89de



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