Maharashtra okays more pay for govt doctors to rein in private practice

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To wean doctors attached to government hospitals off private practice, the state cabinet on Wednesday cleared a proposal to sanction 35% of their basic salary as non-practising allowance (NPA), but with a rider. The state has put a condition that the doctor’s total salary should not exceed Rs 85,000 a month.

 

The state government on Wednesday announced incentives for doctors attached to government hospitals to wean them away from private practice. A proposal to sanction 35% of doctors’ basic salary as non-practicing allowance (NPA) to doctors, but with a rider. The DF government has put a condition that the total salary of doctor should not exceed Rs 85,000 a month.

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