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Apr 27 1993 (HC)

Dr. M. Alimelu and ors. Vs. Principal, Osmania Medical College and ors ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1993(2)ALT227

..... page 7, under the heading 'primary examinations' sub-clause (i) of clause 5.1 eligibility requirements, reads as under:'candidates in possession of medical degrees from india universities registerable in the first schedule of the medical council of india act, 1956 as well as from foreign universities recognised by mci will be eligible to appear in the examinations conducted by the board.'9. a ..... circulated to the hospitals. it is also admitted that no specific procedure was followed nor is there any procedure indicating the reservations for each faculty and for weaker sections. therefore, the contention of respondents 2 to 52 that the entire selection process has been done only to suit some students, is justified. when it is found that the requirement of fair play ..... test. it is further averred that majority of the successful candidates are from one college; that no reservations for weaker sections were provided though course is equivalent to post-graduation in medicine and that, therefore, the entrance test held on 17-2-1993 is vitiated and consequently the impugned circular cancelling the entrance test has been issued. respondent no. 1 had sufficient .....

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Jan 29 2016 (HC)

M. Venkateswarlu Vs. Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... (6) ald 322]. 42. it is thus beyond pale of doubt that the provisions of section 47 of the act are attracted if a serving employee acquires disability, irrespective of degree of disability and even if such disability is not covered by definition clauses in section 2. the respondent corporations are bound by the said mandate and the united nations convention. 43. anand ..... report of medical board, it only pointed out that petitioner was suffering with defective distant vision. the defective distant vision was not the one covered by the provisions of the act 1 of 1996 and, therefore, he is not entitled to protection under section 47 of the act. (2) learned senior counsel extensively referred to the definitions provided in section 2 of the act. an ..... terminated from their services on the ground that they became medically unfit to drive the heavy vehicles as they developed defective eyesight and not meeting the required vision for driving the heavy motor vehicles. 44. drivers contended that the said termination violates section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 and also contrary to an agreement between the drivers ..... petitions directly. according to learned senior counsel, writ petitions are not maintainable on this ground. (10) whether the medical status of the petitioners is falling within the parameters of one of the disabilities defined in section 2 of the act or not is a question of fact and writ court in exercise of extraordinary jurisdiction under article 226 of the .....

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Nov 06 2000 (HC)

Dr. P. Krishna Malakonda Reddy Vs. Ntr University of Health Sciences, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(6)ALD710; 2000(6)ALT644

..... to extract the paragraphs 3 and 4 of the counter-affidavit.'3. that as per the regulations on post graduate medical education framed by the medical council in the year 1988 under section 33 of the indian medicalcouncil act the stipulated eligibility qualification for admission to dm (cardiology)is md (medicine) ant! md (paediatrics). even in ( ..... dm/mch. courses. it is also seen from this letter that for teaching appointments one has to possess two years training in a recognised medical college having recognised postgraduate medical degree in the concerned speciality for appointment as a lecturer. having received the said clarification, the university seemed to have placed the matter before the ..... aside the admission given to the third respondent. in fact my brother justice v. eswaraiah, j., made it very clear in his interim orders dated 2.5.2000 that the admitted candidate shall not claim any equities in the event the writ petition is allowed. the counsel for the 3rd respondent tries to ..... new delhi, and which according to the petitioner is not an educational qualification prescribed for admission to d.m. cardiology, this writ petition is filed.2. this court while admitting the writ petition directed the respondents to make it clear to the admitted candidate that his admission will be subject to the result ..... order1. questioning the action of the respondents 1 and 2 in giving admission to d.m. cardiology to the 3rd respondent, who it is alleged has passed d.n.b. examinations conducted by .....

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Dec 05 2006 (HC)

J. Saai Prasanna Vs. Medical Council of India and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2007(2)ALD8

..... , which has become final, shall be confined only to the petitioners herein who obtained medical degrees from imtu, tanzania.22. the learned counsel for the 1st respondent - medical council of india while relying upon the provisos to sub-section (4) of section 13 of the act as amended by act no. 34 of 2001, with effect from 3-9-2001, further contended that it ..... the first schedule and which are included in part-i of the third schedule shall also be recognised medical qualifications for the purposes of the act as provided under section 13(1) of the act. part-ii of the third schedule contains the medical qualifications granted by medical institutions outside india prior to the date specified by the state government and as per sub ..... -section (3) of section 13 the same shall also be recognised medical qualifications for the purposes of the act. however, the persons possessing ..... training (including a postgraduate course of study or training) which would enable a student of such course or training to qualify himself for the award of any recognised medical qualification; or(ii) increase its admission capacity in any course of study or training (including a postgraduate course of study or training),except with the previous permission of the central .....

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Sep 25 2014 (HC)

Dr.S.P.Shiani and Others Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh, Rep. Bythe

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... regard to the validity of the rules. it is stated in the counter of 1st respondent that the rules relating to admissions into post-graduate medical degree, dental and super-speciality courses in un-aided non-minority professional institutes in the state of andhra pradesh were issued vide g.o.ms.no. ..... in support of his contention that the state government is empowered to frame rules for regulating admissions into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses, placed reliance on the judgment of honble supreme court in the case of dr. ambesh kumar vs. principal, l.l.r ..... university or group of universities/institutions and except academic merit, there is no provision for giving any weightage marks for selecting the students into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses. in contrast, in the rules framed vide g.o.ms.no.93, dated 01.07.2013, 15% weightage marks can ..... mandatory in nature and therefore, the procedure prescribed by those regulations is to be followed for making admissions into post-graduate degree and diploma courses in the un-aided medical colleges in the state.18. sri vedula venkata ramana, learned senior counsel appearing for the 4th respondent-college submitted that ..... the post-graduate medical education regulations, 2000 framed under the indian medical council act, 1956, but they also run contrary to the directions issued by the honble supreme court in mridul dhars case (2 supra), and we also hold that the impugned rules are ultra vires of section 3 of act no.5 of .....

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Sep 29 1992 (HC)

Panineeya Law College, Represented by Its President D.N. Sastry and or ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1992(3)ALT389

..... or stage of the course of study;(d) 'qualification' means a degree or any other qualification awarded by a university;(e) 'regulations' means regulations made under this act;(f) 'specified course of study' means a course of study in respect of which regulations of the nature mentioned in sub-section (2) have been made;(g) 'student' includes a person seeking admission as ..... qualification namely the obtaining of certain minimum marks in the mbbs examination by the candidates has not in any way encroached upon the regulations made under the indian medical council act nor does it infringe the central power provided in the entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution. the order merely provides an additional ..... they come in the way of the government prescribing lawcet. in the cases referred in state of andhra pradesh v. i. narendranath (3 supra) and ambesh kumar v. principal llrm medical college, meerut (5 supra) prescribing additional qualifications has been upheld by the supreme court. in shobana kumar, s. v. mangalore university, : air1985kant223 m. rama jois, j., dealing ..... in case of physically/ orthopaedically handicapped relaxation of marks up to 5 per cent in the qualifying examination may be given on production of a certificate of disability from the medical officer, to the satisfaction of the authority concerned.explanation-physically handicapped means and includes the following categories of physically handicapped persons -(a) blind - blind is that who is .....

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Mar 12 2003 (HC)

Dr. K.V. Seshaiah Vs. Ntr University of Health Sciences and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2003(3)ALD435

..... rules for carrying out all or any of the purposes of the act. in exercise of the power conferred under section 15 (1) of the act g.o. ms. no. 260, health, medical and family welfare, (e. ii) dated 10.7.1977 has been issued making the a.p. medical colleges (admission into postgraduate medical courses) rules, 1997 (for short 'the rules'). it is necessary ..... provides that notification shall be issued by the university of health sciences invitingapplications from the eligible candidates to appear for entrance test to the p.g. degree or for the diploma courses in the medical colleges, rule 8 states that there shall be a common entrance test for clinical, preclinical and para-clinical subjects and the procedure for conducting the entrance ..... . regulation 9 of the regulations under mci act runs as follows:9. selection of post-graduate students :--(1) students for postgraduate medical courses shall be selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit. (2) for determining the academic merit, the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree and diploma courses:- (i) on the basis of ..... the same university; or (iv) combination of (i) and (iii)' 31. as can be seen regulation 9(2) states that for determining the academic merit the university/institution may adopt any one of the procedures prescribed thereunder both for degree and diploma courses. as rightly submitted by the learned counsel for the respondents the 1st respondent-university for the purpose .....

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Jul 02 2014 (HC)

Dodda Praveen Reddy and AnoThe Vs. the Government of Telangana, Rep. b ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

..... -d of the constitution of india holds field and the 3rd respondent university has issued prospectus in consonance with the same.11. learned standing counsel further submits that as per section 95 of the act 6 of 2014, admission process for p.g medical degree/diploma courses will be the same for the next ten years and there is nothing inconsistent in the ..... by counsel on either side.13. for determining the issue in the writ petition, it is relevant to extract the definition of local candidate as stated in the regulations issued by the 3rd respondent for the purpose of admission into post graduate medical degree/diploma courses for the academic year 2014-15. regulation 4.4: local candidates:4. 4.1 a candidate for ..... of andhra pradesh, which is relevant qualifying examination; therefore, they cannot be treated as local candidates, as per regulations 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 of the prospectus issued for admission to p.g medical degree/diploma courses for the academic year 2014-2015. he further contends that the local area and local candidate are defined in the presidential order and same ..... petitioners in the osmania university area will not be counted for the purpose of determination as to whether they fall within the definition of local candidate or not. the petitioners will not fall within the definition of rule 4.4.2 of the prospectus as they have not studied maximum period of 7 years preceding to the relevant qualifying examination and that their .....

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May 02 2008 (HC)

J. Sai Prasanna and ors. Vs. Medical Council of India Rep. by Its Secr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(4)ALD484; 2008(3)ALT678

..... medical degree courses of less than six years duration from institutions in erstwhile ussr shall not be eligible for registration; (ii) students successfully completing six years clinical courses in mci recognised institute on or after 01.07.1997 shall have to undergo one year internship after obtaining qualification and only such students shall be eligible for permanent registration under section 13(3) of the act ..... true intention of the legislature. this task very often raises the difficulties because of various reasons, inasmuch as the words used may not be scientific symbols having any precise or definite meaning and the language may be an imperfect medium to convey one's thought or that the assembly of legislatures consisting of persons of various shades of opinion purport to ..... to be recognised medical qualification for the purpose of section 13(3) without any further notification.24. sections 11, 12, 13(2), 13(3) or 13(4a) do not refer to 'medical college' but they refer to 'medical institution'. section 2(e) defines medical institution, as 'any institution within or outside india which grant degrees, diplomas or licences in medicine'. the term 'medical college' is not defined though section 10a provides that .....

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Feb 01 2000 (HC)

Madanapalli Institute of Technology and Science and Others Vs. State o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD179; 2000(1)ALT666

..... madhya pradesh challenging the validity of the order of the state government inter alia on the grounds that the government order contravenes regulation ii of the medical council of india and would be hit by section 19 of the indian medical council act and that the impugned order enables less qualified candidates to get admission to mbbs course and, therefore, it is violative of articles ..... v. state of bihar, : (1992)iillj321sc , it was held that where a university had started a pot-graduate course with the consent of medical council and the same was recognised by the state government, the plea that the degree was of no value is not maintainable.34. in state of m.p. v. nivedita jain, : [1982]1scr759 , the court decided the validity ..... the subject matter fell in the slate list vide entry 15 of list ii and the concurrent list vide entry 25 of list iii. the veterinary council of india framed regulations relating to standards of veterinary education, called indian veterinary council of india (minimum standards of veterinary education) degree course (bvsc & ah) regulations, 1993. regulation 5.8 of the same provided that ..... of state government's order relaxing the conditions relating to minimum qualifying marks for students belonging to sc and st for selection to medical colleges in the state. by the executive .....

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