You have posted that:
“In case the bonder has already undergone a course of study with employer.”
If the company has paid expenses of course, company can stake claim for fee/expense on course. Company may have to produce proof of actual expense/receipts to the satisfaction of employee/court.
“The employer will give adequate training for the bonder an all matters incidental to his employment, as found fit, at the expense of the employer.”
If this training pertains to enable the employee to run the machine, implement the strategy of the company, sell products of the company, to perform his job etc company may not succeed in its claim.
If the actual cost of the training is Rs.5000/ and this training has added to special skill/qualification, company should limit its claim to this amount.
Approach your lawyer/labor consultant, show the copy of your appointment letter, bond, HR policy, employee rule book, standing orders of the company, and give inputs in person contest the case. The bond may be in violation of standing orders.
Valuable advice of learned experts/members is sought.