Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu, in an official statement, said the specialist doctors can serve in the Health and Family Welfare Department after their retirement for five years.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pawan Singh Rajawat sentenced Bablu, Imran, Nuru and Rashid to six months in jail for the offences under section 186, 427 and 34 of IPC.
The strike caused hardships to the thousands of patients who arrived at state-run hospitals, where doctors were providing only emergency treatment.
The patients complained that the doctors refused to treat them despite they being severely injured.
If the commitment is broken, however, the student should face severe consequences such as imprisonment apart from cancellation of the degree, the proposal says.
Pakistan health officials said he would seek entrance for 21 doctors and if not possible, they would ask Indian authorities to give access to only three doctors of UHS, PSIM on humanitarian grounds.
During the protest which began at 6 am, the doctors took out rallies and held sit-in stirs. They demanded security for medical practitioners at their workplace.
Under this, the ministry has proposed to put a person behind bars with a maximum of 10 years of imprisonment and Rs 10 lakh fine for assaulting a doctor or healthcare personnel.
The Assam state branch of Indian Medical Association (IMA), however, said the doctors would attend to emergency cases in all hospitals.
According to the draft Bill, those 'grievously hurting' doctors and other healthcare professionals at clinical establishments may face imprisonment of 3-10 years.
The two doctors, from the medicine department, were on duty and around 1.30 pm, they were brutally thrashed by the family members of a patient who died during treatment.
Vacant doctor and auxiliary health staff posts have taken a toll on healthcare in Ganjam district.
The health of two government service doctors, who began protest along with four others, to stress on their four-point chart of demands, has deteriorated.
According to officials, the shortage, was due to a technical glitch in the tendering process at the state-level.
The striking doctors stressed on their four-point charter of demands including pay hike, 50 per cent reservation for service doctors in PG courses.