Can a govt. doctor can do private practise ?


A Government Doctors can have Second Income ,???? if they can as per which circular ,if they are not eligible than ???? please say with Go's or Clauses please

 
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The rules of govt under which doctor is employed may be referred.

It may not be permitted.

Usually Non Practise allowance is paid.

 

 
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Yes, he can do private practice of their free time only. According to ukbestessay service, most of the government doctors are running their own clinics to offering the health services to many patients. The doctor should take government permission for private practicing.

 
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ukbestessay service link is for UK.

The query is for India.

Refer to service rules.



 

 
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EVEN IF THERE IS NO NPA IS PAID THEY ARE GOVT SERVANTS AND CANNOT HAVE ANY OTHER SOURCE OF INCOME S LAID DOWN IN CCS(CODUCT) RULES. Apllicable in centre and indentical provisions in states.

 
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A government doctor cannot do any private practices. The law rules are not accepted these types of activities. This is considered as an illegal activity. He must take the permission from the government.

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