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May 07 2004 (HC)

D.S. Ahluwalia Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2004(2)JKJ503

..... . bhardwaj, learned senior counsel for the petitioner has invited my attention to the recruitment rules of bsf law officers dated 13th april 1999 (annexure 'd'), comparative chart of bsf recruitment rules (old and new) and coast guard (annexure 'e'), duties and responsibilities of bsf law officers vis--vis their counterparts in the ..... guard and nsg without submitting any objection to this court inspite of the liberty having been granted to the mha in this regard.12. the comparative chart of recruitment rules of law officers in the bsf vis--vis their counterparts in coast guard reveals that for the post of chief law officer ..... officers in the bsf. however, in para 63.104 of the report, the pay commission has observed 'pay scales of coast guard personnel broadly correspond to pay scales of personnel in central police organisation, like bsf and certain allowances are also paid on the pattern of bsf because of their similar ..... f 1.1.96 based upon the recommendation of 5th central pay commission. the law officers of bsf also have got the replacement pay scales corresponding to their pre-revised pay scale as the vth cpc relating to up gradation of posts of bsf law officers to bring them at par ..... in a gazetted post in legal department of the state/central government, is essential. on the other hand, in the coast guard, section 115 of the coast guard act, 1978, which regulates the appointments of chief law officer and other law officers, provides an experience of 10 years in judicial service as .....

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Apr 04 1995 (HC)

Ajay Sharma Vs. State of J. and K. and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 1995CriLJ3162

..... specious and attractive on the face of it calling for the closer comparative examination of the relevant provisions of the two sets of codes. it, therefore, becomes necessary to reproduce these provisons for proper appreciation of rival submissions.10. section 35(2)(a) of the state cr.p.c, which corresponds to section 31 of the central cr.p.c, provides:'maximum term of ..... formal remission by appropriate government, can be automatically treated as one for a definite period. no such provision is found in the penal code, criminal p.c, or the prisons act.'the court further observed :'a sentence for life would enure till the lifetime of the accused as it is not possible to fix a particular priod of the prisoner's ..... . section 53-a only provides that any reference to the expression 'transportation of life' used in the old code shall be construed ..... 20 years in calculating fraction of terms of punishment and nothing more.13. it is also misleading to suggest that section 53-a of the penal code makes all the difference in the matter or that naib singh's case, air 1983 sc 855 (supra), proceeding on this premises rules that 'life imprisonment' means imprisonment for the whole life of a convict .....

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Nov 04 2003 (HC)

Dr. Ranjana Vaid (Sharma) Vs. Dy. Registrar (Adm. Tw) Univty. of Jammu ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2004(2)JKJ642

..... physics (as applied in medicine) from the bhabha atomic research centre (barc) held by him is more relevant than a doctorate in nuclear physics. it is submitted that in all corresponding posts elsewhere, a diploma in radiological physics insisted upon and that, even in the state of andhra pradesh, all other physicists working in the line, except the respondent, have the ..... physics. that is perhaps why a doctorate in nuclear physics has been prescribed. there is nothing prima facie preposterous about this requirements. it is not for us to assess the comparative merits of such a doctorate and the barc diploma held by the petitioner and decide or direct what should be the qualifications to be prescribed for the post in question .....

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May 16 1986 (HC)

Rias Ahmad Shah Vs. State of J. and K. and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : AIR1987J& K30

..... and 15% for other colleges was earmarked was shown to get 21% reservation. by increasing the percentage of reserved category there was a corresponding decrease of percentage for the category of open merit.32. on 14-6-1983 the state govt. identified certain villages as economically and educationally backward and by virtue of another order dated 18-7-1984, two castes known ..... as under : --'it is difficult to appreciate how a procedure for admission which does not take into account the marks obtained at the qualifying examination, but prefers to test the comparative merit of the candidates by insisting on an entrance examination can ever be said to be arbitrary.'so the supreme court left it to the choice of the selection committee ..... as his lordship then was) to examine inter alia the criteria relating to social, educational, and economic backwardness which may be made basis for reservation to identify such classes or sections of society which are educationally, and economically backward and to categorise the backward classes and examine the safeguards they should be provided to ensure the balanced and orderly development of ..... .)reported in air 1973 sc 930. the supremecourt held certain reserved categoriesunconstitutional and bad and ordered thattill the defect in the rules was removed, therules of 1970 should not be acted upon. thisjudgment relates to backward class rules andnot to the scheduled caste rules.27. in 1973 by a govt. order reservation was made and 50% seats were earmarked for .....

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