The National Medical Commission (NMC) in India is reconsidering the concept of seat-leaving bonds for medical students, particularly postgraduate (PG) students. The NMC's Anti-Ragging Committee suggests that, instead of imposing hefty seat-leaving bonds, states should consider debarring students who leave their seats from admission in the state for the next year. This move aims to address stress, anxiety, and depression faced by medical students, especially PG students. The committee emphasizes the increased number of medical seats in the last decade, making the issue of seat wastage less significant. The NMC recommends a review of seat leaving policies in medical institutions to alleviate financial strain on students and encourage mental health support.