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Oct 13 2009 (HC)

M. China Pullaiah and ors. Vs. Secretary, Medical and Health Departmen ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2010(1)ALT64

..... all india institute of hygiene and public health, calcutta, is alone recognized by the government. the government also placed before the tribunal the comparative chart relating to the courses offered by the aforesaid four institutes and the one secured by the applicants in the said oa viz., diploma in ..... is obtaining a graduate qualification from any recognized university, whereas the diploma in nutrition and health education awarded by ignou is a correspondence course which is of one year duration and the eligibility to take up the said course is 10+2 years i.e., intermediate ..... permission of the department by the competent authority according to the necessity. whereas dnhe course awarded by the ignou, new delhi is a correspondence one which is one year course. the eligibility for the course is 10th class 4- 2 years intermediate course. the subject is mainly ..... iii of the seventh schedule to the constitution. learned counsel submitted that if a person has the qualification mentioned in section 2(m) of the ncte act he has the necessary qualification for being appointed as an assistant master or a teacher in any educational institution in india ..... institutions - (1) ordinary educational institutions like primary schools, high schools, intermediate colleges and universities and (2) teachers' training institutes. the ncte act only deals with the second category of institutions vi7. teachers' training institutes. it has nothing to do with the ordinary educational institutions referred to above .....

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Jan 02 2012 (HC)

State Rep. by Central Bureau of Investig Vs. Smt.Y.Srilakshmi Wife of ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... directed the respondent to furnish comparative charts of merits of all the applicants including those who have been treated as pre-mature and pass and send copy of reasoned order for rejecting the applications of remaining applicants evaluating as per the criteria in section 11(3) of m&m (d&r) act,1957.12. after this ..... respondent cannot claim that the recommendations of the director of mines and geology who is accused no.3 (d.rajagopal) were only considered and acted, since all the correspondence with government of india has emanated in her name and her department is alone competent to grant or refuse lease. all other orders were passed ..... learned judge is proper.10. the respondent was said to be a secretary to industries and mining since 17-05-2006. the several documents and the correspondence with regard to granting of lease which is in dispute is between the period 09-01-2007 to 18-06-2007. the respondent claims that she ..... the c.bi and in the course of investigation the accused gali janardhana reddy and another were arrested on 05-11-2011 and additional offences under sections 409 and 468 ipc were added. after interrogating the respondent herein, she was arrested on 28-11-2011 and remanded to the judicial custody and ..... ailment of "prinzmental angina" she may be released on bail.3. the c.b.i has filed a counter contending inter alia that she has acted with high speed and also with all endeavour to favour o.m.c in collusion with d.rajagopal who was the director of mines and processed .....

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Mar 28 2002 (HC)

T.N. Ramakrishnan Vs. Bank of India Ltd. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(3)ALT617

..... are similar to that of the case on hand wherein basing on the date of birth (malayalam) mentioned in the school records, the petitioner furnished the corresponding christian era of 8-06-1108 (malayalam era) as 21-01-1932 instead 1933. therefore, the mistake in question, is a recognized bona fide one and ..... officer, a.p. engineering research laboratories, himayat sagar, hyderabad. it discloses the english year as 1933, the month as january and the date as 21 corresponding to the malayalam year 8-06-1108. as such, the mentioning of the date of birth in christian era at the time of appointment as 21-01- ..... adversely affected. as such, this writ petition is liable to be dismissed.3. the controversy that arises for consideration is as to whether the furnishing of corresponding christian era of 8-06-1108 (malayalam era), basing on the school records, as 21-01-1932 instead 1933, is a recognized bona fide mistake or ..... favour of the petitioner. there is also no dispute that in respect of the date of birth of the petitioner as 8-06-1108 (malayalam), the comparative christian era of the same, would be 21-01-1933. i have perused the extract of page 10 of the malayalam alamanac of malayalam year 1108, ..... bench has observed that where the petitioner-while giving out his year of birth to be 1103 in malayalam era, committed an error in disclosing the comparative christian era, due to non-availability of almanac and gave out his date of birth as 1926 instead 1927, the mistake was merely a clerical error .....

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Aug 08 1995 (HC)

C. Chandravathi Vs. Managing Director, Andhra Pradesh State Essential ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1995(3)ALT188

..... told, were graduates. the corporation wanted to regularise their services since they were not sponsored by the employment exchange. after a good deal of correspondence with the government, the corporation succeeded in persuading the government to accept their request. accordingly, the government issued an order on 30th june 1982 ..... to those who possess shorthand lower grade or gradation'. after interviewing the petitioner along with the other sponsored candidates and judging her merit on comparative basis, the authorities had selected her and issued an order of appointment in her favour on 4-11-1982. the qualifications possessed by her ..... period of one year from the date of joining the corporation ...' the prescribed period of one year probation was over by 8-11-1983 but no order was passed declaring her probation. in order to improve her qualifications she appeared for b.a. degree examination conducted by the ..... her appointment that it was temporary is not conclusive or decisive of the nature of the appointment. it was only in december 1983 the corporation had adopted by a resolution that the regulations governing the employees of the andhra pradesh civil supplies corporation would govern its employees ..... also. as by december 1983 the appellant had completed the prescribed period of one year probation, the corporation was in a state of doubt whether or not .....

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Nov 26 2002 (HC)

C. Anjaneya Reddy Vs. State of A.P. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(6)ALD798; 2003(1)ALT139

..... appointed to the said cadre by the state to compete for the top post. though the learned counsel has taken us through some of the correspondence made by the central government with the state governments on this aspect, ultimately, it appears that the rules have not been amended strictly prohibiting ..... an amendment to the regulation in question, and therefore, notwithstanding the level of notification that the same has been issued under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the act read with sub-rule (2) of rule 4 of the cadre rules and rule 3 of the residuary rules the same cannot ..... but, the case of the petitioner was not rejected on that ground alone. it may be that the government was of the opinion on a comparative assessment of the relative merits of the competing officers that the 3rd respondent who was discharging his duties in the regular police department as commissioner ..... & igf. before the tribunal it was contended that appointment to the post of dg & igp has been made on very objective criteria and after comparative assessment of the service records of all the eligible officers. however, before the high court a different stand was taken contending that the appointment of ..... words used in the relevant rules, is that the 'entrance' or 'inclusion' test, for a place on the select list, is competitive and comparative applied to all eligible candidates and not minimal like pass marks at an examination. the selection committee has an unrestricted choice of the best available talent, .....

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Jan 29 2004 (HC)

Ranga Reddy District Sarpanches' Association and Ors. Vs. Government o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD1; 2004(1)ALT659

..... in the nature of a writ of mandamus, declaring that section 31, section 32(c), section 43, section 60, sub-section (6), section 61, sub-sections (1) and (4), section 62, section 71, section 77, section 137, section 158, section 167 sub-sections (1), (4) and (7), section 174, section 186, section 187, sub-section (5), section 193 sub-section (7), section 199, section 249 and section 250 and the rules in g.o. ms. no. ..... challenged provisions are otherwise unconstitutional by virtue of constitutional prohibition or imperative directives. an attempt was made to show that on a comparative study of the present act and corresponding provisions of the repealed act, no further powers had been conferred on these local bodies and this is definitely not in conformity with 73rd constitutional amendment. inasmuch ..... article 243g and article 246(3) of the constitution are enabling provisions and definitely both are to be interpreted harmoniously. no doubt, the petitioners provided a chart at page 95 showing the overlapping subjects of eleventh schedule vis-a-vis state list and concurrent list. the distribution of powers between centre and states in ..... a three-tier system of panchayat raj. in 1983, with a view to bring the administration closer to the people, the government constituted revenue mandals in place of revenue taluks. the andhra pradesh mandal praja parishads, zilla praja parishads, zilla pranalika abhivrudhi mandals act, 1986 (the 1986 act) ushered in a four tier system. these statutory .....

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Dec 20 2004 (HC)

Lt. Col. K.D. Rana Vs. Chief of Army Staff and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD468

..... 4) on the petitioner is to be set-aside and in order to ascertain or confirm the subjective assessment of respondents 3 and 4, their gradings have to be compared to the corresponding grading of the initiating officers during the relevant period and also with the reports rendered by other reviewing officers, who are competent to review his annual confidential reports for ..... reports alone are the criteria for promotion. selection/rejection is based upon the overall profile of an officer vis-a-vis his comparative batch merit. the petitioner did not make a grade, based on his overall profile as compared to the comparative batch merit. the selection board assessed the relative merit of various officers and selected the more suitable and meritorious candidates.9 ..... case of the petitioner has been considered by no. 3 selection board for promotion to the rank of acting colonel as a final review case of 1979 batch. the petitioner has not been empanelled for promotion based on his overall service profile and comparative batch merit. the petitioner having been empanelled on three occasions, he is not eligible for further promotion under .....

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Nov 16 1995 (HC)

D.V.V. Satya Prasad and ors. Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Rep ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1996(1)ALT390

..... unconstitutionality either on the basis of article 14 and 16 of the constitution. 33. the next question for consideration is: whether rule 73 is ultra vires section 11(2) of the act? 34. sub-section (1) of section 11 says that with effect from the appointed date, the primary agricultural development banks shall stand abolished. the consequences of such abolition are contained in sub ..... effect from the 1st jan. 1993. in case of non-monetary items such as disciplinary action, promotions and such other matters, the existing regulations as applicable to the employees of corresponding cadres of dist. co-op. central banks shall apply. (b) the general manager of the dist. co-op. central bank shall call for options of all the erstwhile primary agrl ..... or less in agreement with the principles evolved at the time of the formation of the state of andhra pradesh, 'though the dimensions of the two problems are not quite comparable'. the qualifications, powers and responsibilities, position in the hierarchical system and pay and allowances are undoubtedly crucial factors that must go into the estimate when posts are equated and norms ..... are more or less in agreement with the principles which governed the equation of posts of andhra and telangana services though the dimensions of the two problems are not quite comparable.' the terms of reference as mentioned in paragraph 7 of g.o.ms.no. 384 by which the commission was constituted, extracted supra, are very comprehensive: the commission after .....

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Apr 03 2012 (HC)

Lanco Hills Technology Park Private Limited Vs. Mahaboob Alam Khan and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... , the balance of convenience and irreparable injury, and the grant of such injunction is not barred under section 41 of the specific relief act, the court may exercise discretion to grant the relief. but, while doing so, it is always safe to consider the comparative mischief and hardship that might occasion to the defendant. even if there is more hardship to the defendant ..... in damages recoverable in the action if the uncertainty were resolved in his favour at the trial, but the plaintiffs need for such protection must be weighed against the corresponding need of the defendant to be protected against injury resulting from his having been prevented from exercising his own legal rights for which he could not be adequately compensated under ..... wakf tribunal. now we will consider the three issues addressed by the counsel. prima faciecase all the wakfs created before or after commencement of it are governed by the wakf act. section 2(r) contains means as well as inclusive definition of the wakf. any dedication of movable or immovable property for pious, religious or charitable purposes shall be wakf. a property ..... protect the party from the species of injury. in other words, irreparable injury or damage would ensure before the legal right would be established at trial; and (3) that the comparative hardship or mischief or inconvenience which is likely to occur from withholding the injunction will be greater than that would be likely to arise from granting it. further, while reiterating .....

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Apr 03 2012 (HC)

Lanco Hills Technology Park Private Limi Vs. Mahaboob Alam Khan and Ot ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... , the balance of convenience and irreparable injury, and the grant of such injunction is not barred under section 41 of the specific relief act, the court may exercise discretion to grant the relief. but, while doing so, it is always safe to consider the comparative mischief and hardship that might occasion to the defendant. even if there is more hardship to the defendant ..... in damages recoverable in the action if the uncertainty were resolved in his favour at the trial, but the plaintiff's need for such protection must be weighed against the corresponding need of the defendant to be protected against injury resulting from his having been prevented from exercising his own legal rights for which he could not be adequately compensated under ..... tribunal. now we will consider the three issues addressed by the counsel. prima facie case all the wakfs created before or after commencement of it are governed by the wakf act. section 2(r) contains 'means as well as inclusive' definition of the wakf. any dedication of movable or immovable property for pious, religious or charitable purposes shall be wakf. a property ..... protect the party from the species of injury. in other words, irreparable injury or damage would ensure before the legal right would be established at trial; and (3) that the comparative hardship or mischief or inconvenience which is likely to occur from withholding the injunction will be greater than that would be likely to arise from granting it". further, while reiterating .....

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