Medical students and now going to be required to post a surety bond so that when they graduate, they won’t just run off and make money. No, instead, they will go out and go a responsible, give back to the community job, for at least a year.. For these students, a surety bond (which is a specialized type of bond) is required by statute and guarantees that the students will give back to the community.
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Surety Bonds – Medical students
Only 15 student leaders turn up to furnish surety bonds
Ahead of the Panjab University Campus Student Council (PUCSC) elections, out of a total of 50 student leaders and members of student organisations affiliated to different student organisations identified by the UT Police only 15 appeared before the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM), Central, to furnish surety bonds worth Rs 10,000 certifying that they will maintain peace during the elections.
Bailable warrants have been issued against the remaining who failed to furnish the bonds.
The Chandigarh Police had booked 50 student leaders and members of student organisations under Section 107/150 of the CrPC (preventive measure) on the suspicion that they can cause trouble during the elections.
Those booked by the police were served notices and were asked to appear before SDM Prince Dhawan to furnish surety bonds. However, only 15 turned up to fill the bond.
Officials said bailable warrants had been issued against those who failed to furnish the surety bonds.
“The warrants will be served to all of them in the next few days,” the officials said.
The student elections at the PU and affiliated city colleges will be held on August 26.
1 booked for defacement
The Chandigarh police arrested a person for defacing the property by pasting the poster of a student organisation. According to the police, Shubham Sharma, a resident of Pipli Wala town, Mani Majra, was arrested from near a bus stop near Government College, Sector 11, while pasting the posters of the Student Organisation of India (SOI). A case under Section 3/4 of the Defacement of Property West Bengal Act-1976 has been registered against the accused at the Sector 11 police station on the complaint of Sub-Inspector Rambir Singh.