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Jul 18 2007 (HC)

S. Narasiman S/O. Sankaraiah Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu, Rep. by Its ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-18-2007

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 .....

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Apr 22 2007 (HC)

Minor S. AswIn Kumar, Rep. by His Father and Natural Guardian Mr. P. S ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-22-2007

Reported in : 2007(2)CTC677

..... causes substantial disadvantage to the rural, tamil medium and under-privileged students, while the urban, english medium and socially forward sections of students stand to benefit.theoretically it is possible, without a cet, to ensure comparable common score even when different boards follow different syllabus and different examinations, among various boards of examinations, one may be more ..... the students coming from different boards of examinations. secondly, the regulations prescribed by the central statutory bodies such as aicte, mci, dci etc., take precedence over any corresponding state regulations regarding admission procedure.7. an alternate methodnormalization in lieu of common entrance testat present the common entrance test (cet) is being adopted as the 'only' ..... method for bringing the students of state board and other boards, following different syllabus and different examinations, into a common comparable score. the cet, however, is not necessarily a fool-proof method of ensuring a complete parity of standards. if the entrance test is closer to following a particular ..... viz., aptitude test for admission of students to architecture under the architectural regulation 1983 relating to entry 66 of list i (central government). the genesis of the act and the scope of the act extracted already does not speak anything about the architectural regulation 1983, the basis for aptitude test for the admission of students to architecture.iii) .....

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Mar 30 2007 (HC)

The Southern Railway, Rep. by Its Chairman Vs. S. Ponnusamy and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-30-2007

Reported in : (2007)3MLJ154

..... any benefit. as already stated, the above said notification purports to be one under section 48-b of the act and from the correspondence made by the railways, it is apparent that the railway authorities intended to invoke the provisions under section 48-b to re-convey the land. so far as respondent no. 1 ..... which should be enquired at the stage of award enquiry and if respondent no. 1 is aggrieved, he has to take recourse to section 18 of the act for making a reference. it is only made clear that if any construction has been made by respondent no. 1 after decision of ..... compensation is required to be paid for the acquired property on the basis of the market value as on the date of notification under section 4(1) of the act. it is also further well settled that if structures are existing, the valuation also should include the value of the structures existing ..... return the land to the original owner. this is precisely the view expressed by the division bench already referred to.30. a comparative analysis of section 48 and section 48-b, introduced by way of amendment in tamil nadu, makes it clear that once possession of the land and consequent vesting as ..... and there is no illegality in such conclusion. the learned counsel has further submitted that the railway authorities have subsequently issued a notification under section 48-b of the act, withdrawing from the land acquisition and therefore, the appeal itself had become infructuous and liable to be dismissed.11. the submission of .....

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Mar 22 2007 (HC)

itc Limited Rep. by Its Constituted Attorney, Subhatosh Banerjee Vs. t ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-22-2007

Reported in : 2007(2)CTC577; (2007)5MLJ897; (2007)7VST367(Mad)

..... counsel appearing for the petitioners filed charts showing entry tax and sales tax structure and the effect of section 4 of the act on entry of goods into local areas. it is seen from the charts that the importer of goods from outside state is clearly put to disadvantage as compared to a local manufacturer or ..... and made patent from the statistical data furnished above in relating to the expenditure involved for the purposes and objects mentioned in the impugned enactment corresponding to the actual amount collected by way of tax. therefore, it is most respectfully submitted that the principles laid down by the constitutional bench ..... of india may not be broken up by internal barriers by creating the total tax burden created by the taxing legislations of the state concerned as comparatively higher on goods imported from outside the state. according to mr. d'sa, the discrimination in question cannot be worked out by merely referring ..... of the petitioners is that for working out the discrimination one is required to only see the rate of tax applied to imported goods as compared to locally manufactured or produced goods and whether it is the same or different and nothing more.but the contention of the state is that ..... 43. similar is the view taken in weston electroniks v. state of gujarat (1998) 2 scc 568; w.b. hoisery assn. v. state of bihar (1983) 4 scc 134; lohara steel industries ltd. v. state of a.p. : air1997sc1694 .44. in the present case, the impugned legislation levy entry tax only .....

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