Court : Chennai
Reported in : AIR2005Mad278; (2005)1MLJ601
..... semesters with regular campus attendance of the anna university whereas it is only 3 semesters for the m.s. of bits, pilani and giving a comparative chart of both the courses; this respondent has bodies such as academic council and syndicate which are vested with the powers of evaluating, deciding matters, ..... engineering colleges or polytechnics. universities do not have to take any specific recognition from aicte. this is according to section 10(k) of the aicte act.'12. citing all the above correspondences, the learned senior counsel would request the court to consider the language employed in the impugned order in the light ..... studies in engineering in its meeting held on 30.7.1999 resolved that if the m.s. of specific discipline has comparable subjects of study both in number and contents in corresponding discipline of m.e. in madras university and if the m.s. programme is done after a four year degree ..... of subjects in m.s. degrees offered by bits, pilani. therefore distance education in various disciplines contained only 8 subjects which is less when compared through m.e. degree courses which offers 12 subjects in two semesters and a project work for one full semester by the madras university and ..... of subjects in m.s. degree offered by bits, pilani through distance education in various discipline contains only eight subjects which is less when compared to m.e. degree course which offers 12 subjects in two semester and a project work for one full semester by the madras university.19 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Chennai
..... for approval/nonapproval. in case, if any officer gets any relief through complaint etc in any acr after the selection board has been held, he is entitled to a special corresponding consideration by the selection board with his changes in profile and in case, he is approved at such special consideration, his original seniority remains protected. as per the applicable policy ..... the confidential reports are performance based and contain assessment of a reporting period. when the performance of the applicant was better, it was appreciated by the initiating officer (io). therefore, comparing performance of one year with other year is not correct and the assessment may vary depending upon performance of the personnel. hence, the application is liable to be dismissed. 6 ..... and staff appointments, honours and awards, disciplinary background, and not only the acr or one/few acrs etc. selection/rejection is based upon the overall profile of an officer and comparative merit within the batch as evaluated by the selection board. it is further submitted that every time the selection board is convened, the board is composed of different members. the ..... the said issue being barred by principles of res judicata or even constructive res judicata. after the constitution of this armed forces tribunal by virtue of the section 14(5) of the armed forces tribunal act, 2007, this tribunal is considered to sit in the arm chair of the selection board and decide the issues raised in the application before it both .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (1968)1MLJ37
..... ) 24 and 25 vict. 104, clause 37 of the letters patent of this court, and sections 106 (1) and 107(e) of the government of india act, 1915, corresponding to sections 223 and 224 of the government of india act, 1935. the matter is not res integra and is covered by decisions, to refer to the more recent: seshadri v. province of madras (1954) 1 ..... a few. we have not been furnished with clear comparative figures of the income from fees paid by suitors whose claims exceeded. rs. 50,000 prior to the new court fees act, and after the introduction of the new court fees act, or of the income from court-fees in the lower brackets during the corresponding periods. whether civil suitors as a body should ..... the total revenue raised or needed from court-fees, and its correlation to the expenditure on administration of justice.97. a comparative table showing ad valorem court-fees charged in each state as compared with the fees fixed in the court fees act of 1870 taken from the report of the law commission (at page 491-492) has been furnished. under the court ..... . but even the percentage of suits exceeding rs. 500 in value in the year 1962 was only 28.06; 29.23 being the corresponding figures for the year 1961 (civil court statistics of the state for 1962). compared with the total receipts from court-fees the contribution from suits of higher values having regard to the percentage of such suits may be .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : AIR1990Mad46
..... the plea of undue influence does not arise whenever there is some relationship between the parties. in this connection, he placed before the court the following propositions and the correspondent authorities:--'to hold a contract as vitiated by undue influence two conditions must be satisfied. firstly the relationship subsisting between the parties must be such that one party is ..... cannot pray the court to extend to him the benefit arising out of undue influence. he placed before the court in support of his contention the following propositions with corresponding decisions:'though pleas of undue influence and coercion may overlap in part in some eases they are separable categories in law and must be separately pleaded. in cases of ..... the will of the other.'(subhas chandrav. ganga prosad, : 1scr331 ).22. lastly, the learned counsel for the first defendant contended that undue influence, as contemplated under section 16 of the contract act, would not apply when the relationship is that of husband and wife and placed reliance on the following decisions:(1) howes v. bishop 1909 (2) kb 390;(2 ..... the court can set aside the contract or recover the gift.(shivgangawa v. basangouda, : air1938bom304 .where a wife is clearly under the influenceof her husband owing to her youth, comparative illiteracy 'and lack of intelligence andexecutes a document for the benefit of herhusband' there 'is a presumption that underthese circumstances such document is nulland void.' (tungabai pui;ushottam v. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : LC2010(1)37
..... yashod vardhan, learned senior counsel for the respondent that the applicant's attempt is only to coerce the respondents on the basis of certain unsubstantiated correspondence sent through e-mails to extract certain privileges and amounts and that he had set up the so-called invention which is otherwise available in public ..... not worth using such ideas. when the applicant started sending mails stating that the respondent had cheated him, the respondent closed the loop on his correspondence. it was also stated that the application to secure patent was submitted only in september, 2007 just prior to the institution of the suit. ..... discretion to find the amount of substantial mischief or injury which is likely to be caused to the parties, if the injunction is refused and compare it with that which is likely to be caused to the other side if the injunction is granted. if on weighing competing possibilities or ..... of injury. in other words, irreparable injury or damage would ensue 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 ..... idea of the applicant is neither new nor involved any inventive step within the meaning of section 2 of the patent act, 1970. it is also not an invention in terms of section 3 of the patent act.13. it was further claimed that the idea or discovery even assuming that it was the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : 46CompCas250(Mad); 103ITR1(Mad)
..... reading of sections 80j and 80k with the corresponding earlier provisions in sections 15c(1) and 15c(4) of the 1922 ..... , however, submit that the decision in commissioner of income-tax v. s.s. sivan pillai was rendered with reference to section 15c(1) and 15c(4) of the indian income-tax act, 1922, corresponding to sections 84 and 85, respectively, of the income-tax act of 1961, before their deletion in 1969 and that the said decision cannot be of any assistance in the interpretation ..... of sections 80j and 80k which are entirely different from sections 15c(1) and 15c(4). 12. if the principle laid down in ..... -section shall be computed in accordance with such rules as may be made in this behalf by the central board of revenue '. 15. under the income-tax act of 1961, sections 15c(1) and 15c(4) werereplaced by sections 84 and 85 by the finance (no. 2) act of 1967. sections 84and 85 were later replaced by sections 80j and 80k, respectively. it -willbe clear from a comparative .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (2007)5MLJ15
..... a comparative chart of number of students who have secured 100% marks in different subjects such as mathematics, physics and chemistry. such chart indicates that in the examination held in march, 2005, 2773 students had got 100% marks in mathematics, 1416 students had got 100% marks in physics and 1416 students had got 100% marks in chemistry, whereas corresponding ..... university. such fleeting factors or ephemeral differences cannot be the solid foundation for a substantial differentiation which is the necessary pre-condition for quashing an executive or legislative act as too discriminatory to satisfy the egalitarian essence of article 14. the functional validation of the writ jurisdiction is an appropriate examination of the substantiality of the alleged ..... mr. p. shanmuga nathan v. state of tamil nadu, rep. by its secretary to government, higher education department, fort st. george, chennai-9 and ors.). as per act 3 of 2007, admission to professional courses such as medicine, engineering, dental, agriculture, etc., shall now take place on the basis of marks obtained in the relevant subjects, ..... entrance test in the proportion of 200:100. however, as per the tamil nadu admission in professional educational institutions act, 2006 (act 3 of 2007), the state legislature enacted a legislation abolishing common entrance test. validity of such act, abolishing the common entrance test, was challenged and has been upheld, subject to certain modifications relating to architecture course .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
..... for scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars candidates during the year 2011-2012 was only 22865 i.e., about 5400 more than the previous year, which corresponds to the increase in the seats for these categories. thus, the seats, which remained vacant for scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars/scheduled tribe candidates ..... the reserved categories, the number of seats, which were lying vacant in respect of scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars, was reduced to 17469 as compared to 18372 seats during the previous year. the seats remaining vacant had reduced, even when number of seats reserved for scheduled caste/scheduled tribe candidates ..... in the related subjects ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- mbc/dnc 40.average in the related subjects -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- sca/sc/st mere pass 5. from a perusal of the aforementioned charts, it would be seen that aicte norms reveal that entry level qualification prescribed by it since 2002 till 2010 for admission to under graduate degree programmes ..... , qualification etc. the council has a body of experts constituted under section 3 of the act comprising members from various departments representing various stake holders and is a broad based body. the council has got power under section 10 of the act to prescribe the norms and standards for technical education. it is stated .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : 1998(2)CTC689; (1998)IIIMLJ708
..... of agreement comprising several terms not expressed in the two letters. the company's solicitors added a clause restricting m from carrying on a similar business within certain limits. a correspondence then followed between the solicitors for the company and for m respecting the terms of the memorandum, and on the 7th june, 1889, m's solicitor wrote withdrawing the offer ..... is without reference to the abovesaid document'. after forming an opinion that the case on hand involves a disputed question of fact to be tried, and on satisfying that the comparative mischief will be greater in granting than in withholding, declined to grant the injunction.24. the apex court in uttar pradesh co-operative federation limited v. sunder brothers, delhi, : air1967sc249 ..... would be evident from para 45 that in the case of enforcement of negative covenants, it would still be guided by the provisions of section 42 of the specific relief act and section 41(e) of the specific relief act apart from construing the usual test governing the grant of injunction. the court is, however, not bound to grant an injunction in every case ..... can be enforced by way of injunction and not otherwise. to sustain his view, he relied on a decision in manager hardware & tools limited v. sara smelting pvt., ltd.,, air 1983 all. 329; 21. the learned counsel mr. mohan parasaran also relied on a decision of this court in h.g. krishna reddy & co., v. mm. thimmaiah, : air1983mad169 to show that .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (2003)IIILLJ570Mad; (2003)2MLJ633
..... warned not to indulge in any representation to the appraisal committee about his grievances and the respondents are also directed not to refer to any of petitioner's letters, notes, correspondence or representations. the appraisal committee shall completely eschew all such matters and also adverse entries and downgrading of him which had not been communicated to him. the appraisal committee can ..... general manager. it cannot be just due to the reason that others also would have had better remarks and higher ranking. this hypothetical reason projected before me was without producing comparative materials regarding the promotions of the other officers especially juniors. there cannot be any justification in overlooking the seniority of the petitioner. seniority is also a vital factor and ..... by the central board or the executive committee from time to time. service rules were also framed by the central board in exercise of the powers conferred under section 143(1) of sbi act. rule 17 provides that the promotion to all grades shall be made in accordance with the policy laid down by the central government. 15. it is further ..... could not be written by an officer holding the same post. but the petitioner's confidential report were written by one a.k. batra who was assistant general manager of 1983 batch, who was competing with the petitioner for promotion. therefore, the petitioner had the ignominy of a peer writing his confidential report. such an action was invalid. the petitioner .....Tag this Judgment!