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Mar 24 1987 (HC)

Osmania University Teachers Association Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1987AP214

..... and balanced growth of institutions in a planned manner. the provisions of sub-section (3) are corollary to the provisions contained in sub-section (2); and if there is not much to be complained of in sub-section (2), the requirement in terms of sub-section (3) that in giving approval under sub-section (2) the commissionerate should follow the general guidelines issued by the government in that ..... entries 63, 64, 65 and 66 of list i; vocational and technical training of labour.'8. though the fields of legislation available to the parliament and the states have been definite as stated above, more often than not, a certain amount of overlapping might become unavoidable; the legislation which thus overlaps would not, however, be rendered invalid, if, in pith and ..... grants commission.20. the counsel for the petitioners submitted during the course of the argument that the object of sub-section (2) of section 11 is to bring about a complete surrender of the autonomy of the universities to bureaucracy. what this sub-section requires is that every university or college should obtain the prior approval of the commissionerate in regard to the creation ..... the qualification regarding eligibility of a candidate to be considered for admission to the post-graduate degree in m. d., m. s. and diploma course in m. d., m. s., etc., on the basis of merit in accordance with the regulations made under the indian medical council act was invalid as it trenched upon entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule .....

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Feb 28 1986 (HC)

Sambasiva Rao (P) Vs. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Visakhapatnam

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ547AP

..... a durwan in indian airlines corporation gets a salary of more than rs. 600 per month. it is unfortunate that the petitioner, who secured a medical degree, does not even compare favourably with a low-paid employee else-where. obviously for want of employment else-where and decent prospects to set up private ..... principles governing the employment of persons by state and public corporations, all that has to be examined in the present case is : whether the first respondent acted arbitrarily in dispensing with the services of the petitioner with effect from 1 march, 1985, and in refusing to consider the petitioner's case for regular ..... bench of this court in v. rajagopala reddy v. andhra pradesh state electricity board (1984-ii-llj-176). the decision of the supreme court in subba reddy v. andhra university (supra), is not applicable in case where the services of an employee ..... exercised violating art. 14 of the constitution. that was the view taken by my learned brother jeevan reddy, j., in ranga rao v. hindustan aeronautics (1981) 2 aplj 17 (soc) and p. a. choudary, j., in seshachalam (d. p.) v. administrative staff college of india 1984 lic 875 and also by a ..... time basis from time to time for specific period of 89 days as accepted by the petitioner and he was required to work for 4 1/2 hours a day without any claim or right for regular appointment. it is further pointed our that the petitioner was considered for selection by the .....

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Jul 26 2005 (HC)

Dr. V.V. Sai Naresh and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2005(5)ALD194; 2006(3)ALT577

..... the government of andhra pradesh exercising the power under section 3 read with section 15(1) of andhra pradesh educational institutions/regulations of admissions and prohibition of capitation fee act, 1983 (ap act, 1983) amended the admission rules to the super speciality courses in the medical colleges. the amendment was notified on 28-7- ..... . 15594 of 2003 was filed by dr. a. kavitha and dr. k. ravishankar assailing g.o. ms. no. 409, health, medical and family welfare (e-2) department dated 24-7-2003. the said writ petition came to be allowed on 5-9-2003. it is observed in the said writ ..... 9 are indicated as non-state-wide seats.20. when the government of andhra pradesh issued g.o. ms. no. 409 health, medical and family welfare (e-2) department on 24-7-2003 by adding rule 3(1) to the rules, two writ petitions came to be filed. the writ ..... offered in the universities or other educational institutions subject to the control of the state government. they are : (1) andhra university local area; (2) osmania university local area; and (3) sri venkateswara university local area. the universities and the educational institutions subject to the control of the state ..... j.a.l ranganath-petitioner no. 1 did his mbbs (1st degree) from adichunchanagiri institute of medical sciences (aims) bellur, university of mysore, karnataka and md (general medicine) from kasturiba medical college (kmc) mangalore, karnataka state. dr. 7. pavan kumar reddy-petitioner no. 2 did his m.b.b.s. (1st decree) and m.d .....

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Aug 17 2012 (HC)

M. Abdul Amjad Khan Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Represented ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2012(6)ALD85

..... candidate done. in the instant case, respondent no.6-university miserably failed to take such action in respect of the petitioners admission into the p.g. medical course, even though respondent no.2, at the earliest, guided it to follow the procedure of seeking re-verification from respondent no.3. therefore, i do not find any merit in the submission ..... officer to accept the community certificates produced by the candidates. considering the fact that the medical courses are so precious for the aspirants, a high degree of responsibility is cast on respondent no.6-university to ensure that the verification officer deputed by the government does not act in a whimsical and capricious manner. respondent no.6-university cannot just shut its eyes ..... rules govern the issue of community, nativity and date of birth certificates in respect of persons belonging to the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and the backward classes. under section 3 of the act, a person seeking issuance of community certificate shall make an application to the competent authority, who is an officer authorized by the government. on the competent authority being ..... enquire into the caste status of such person and that till then the candidate shall be allowed for counselling on the strength of the certificate produced by him. respondent no.2 has lamented that on account of the action of respondent no.4 in needlessly insisting on further confirmation of the community certificate, the petitioner has lost the opportunity of .....

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Mar 02 2000 (HC)

Dr. P. Jyothi and Another Vs. Registrar, Ntr University of Health Scie ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD730; 2000(2)ALT547

..... no denial of fact that the recommendations touching upon the structure and contents of the courses of the medical education are not regulations. the regulations, if made, either under section 10-a or under sub-section (2) of section 20 or under section 33 of the mci act are no doubt binding on the university. by their very nature and nomenclature, they are only 'recommendations ..... international covenant on civil and political rights and the international covenant on economic, social and cultural rights are to be treated as human rights. indeed the definition of 'human right' in the said act says so. it is the human right of every woman to have a peaceful family life with husband and children. all the same no authority ..... training.9. para v-b(4) deals with migration/ transfer of pg students from one college to another. this recommendation says that migration/transfer of students undergoing pg degree/diploma course shall not be permissible during the period of training prescribed for the course. a plain reading of the relevant recommendations leaves no doubt that a student of ..... india has adopted various instructions/guidelines to be followed by all the universities and colleges imparting medical education. one such recommendation adopted in january', 1992 specifically prohibits mutual transfers or transfers during the course of training either for super speciality course or pg degree course or pg diploma course. therefore, the application of the petitioners for mutual transfer cannot .....

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Sep 18 1992 (HC)

Kranth Sangram Parishath, Represented by Its State Convenor, Y. Shanka ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1992(3)ALT99

..... petitioner might have moved in his private interest, but enquiry into the conduct of the examiners of the bombay university in one of the highest medical degrees was a matter of public interest.'the court proceeded further to observe -'such state of affairs having been brought to the notice of the court ..... the decision of the state government granting permission to establish 12 medical and 8 dental colleges at a stretch. the chronology of events leading to the order as disclosed by the pleadings is very relevant. act 12/92 introducing section 3-a in act 5/83 was enacted on 15-4-1992. thereafter, ..... recommendations. some such instances are those in regard to the applications of (1) rajaraja narendra academy of science and technology (r 6), (2) indoor medical education society (r 7), (3) madugula kistha reddy memorial education society (r 10) and (4) sidhartha academy of general and technical education (r21).49 ..... technology. no reference is made to the comment on the summary of applications to the effect that financial liquidity as prescribed was not satisfied. item-2 in the note relates to respondent no. 7. there again, there is no reference to the comments in the inspection report that the land ..... suitable to locate dental colleges or institutions. the comment and remarks in respect of respondent no. 21 in the summary of applications at page 45 part ii, is as follows:'comment:- the above enclosures appear to have been furnished in lieu of the rs. 80.00 lakhs requirement, this cannot be accepted. .....

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Nov 29 1995 (HC)

Dr. U. Ramakrishna and ors. Vs. Registrar, University of Health Scienc ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1996(3)ALT28

..... again underwent change by a statutory amendment in exercise of the powers contained under sections 3 (1) and 15 of the act in g.o.ms.no.626, health, medical and family welfare (e2) department, dated 30-9-1986 explaining the inservice candidate as not only one having served for 2 years in the respective service, but in lieu thereof, one year service in ..... candidate or in-service non-rural candidate. such a distinction, which is not made in the statutory rule 3 (2) explanation, cannot be read into it. further, even if there is any dichotomy, the specific definition embodied in the explanation to rule 3 (2) of the rules always prevails and overrides any other construction to the contra.5. the letter dated 29-4 ..... no explanation as to who was to be construed as in service candidate; in the result, by virtue of g.o.ms.no.549, medical and health, dated 6-9-1983 all the doctors, who had acquired mbbs degree and were in respective service, regardless of the length of service, were construed and considered as inservice candidates. then came g.o.ms ..... .no.724, medical and health (e2) department, dated 19-12-1985 amending rule 3 (2) with an explanation stating 'an inservice candidate is one who has put .....

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Dec 21 2011 (TRI)

Dr. G. Jaya Prakash Vs. Sk. Hameed Khan

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

..... above failure occurs due to factors beyond the doctor/patients control. iii) if the patient has not followed the advice of functional cast bracing by the treating doctor, that will definitely contribute for non union. there appears no negligence on the part of the treating doctor, he has followed accepted modality of treatment. to support my opinion i am quoting the ..... may differ with regard to the course of action to be taken by a doctor treating a patient, but as long as a doctor acts in a manner which is acceptable to the medical profession and the court finds that he has attended on the patient with due care, skill and diligence and if the patient still does not survive or suffers ..... duties gives a right of action for negligence to the patient. the practitioner must bring to his task a reasonable degree of skill and knowledge and must exercise a reasonable degree of care. neither the very highest nor a very low degree of care and competence judged in the light of the particular circumstances of each case is what the law requires ? in ..... 2mm above the bone was wrongly implanted by the doctor, we are of the considered view that negligence in respect to this aspect cannot be attributed to the appellant doctor. 2. with respect to the contention of the complainant that the implant was removed prematurely before the non union of bones, the complainant submitted that the rod was unnecessarily removed by .....

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Jul 12 2005 (HC)

Mahaveer Hospital and Research Centre Vs. Alladi Suvarnamma and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2007ACJ851; 2005(5)ALD534

..... care and skill to satisfy the duty in tort is that of the ordinary competent medical practitioner exercising the ordinary degree of professional skill. a defendant charged with negligence can clear himself if he shows that he acted in accordance with general and approved practice. it is not required in discharge of his ..... opinion that the award of rs. 1,50,000/-, in the peculiar facts and circumstances, would definitely be on higher side, especially in the light of the evidence of both dws.1 and 2 and also the evidence of pw.1. hence the quantum of compensation fixed by the trial court, ..... proper standards as to make a finding of negligence inevitable.' after referring to the tests laid down in bolam v. friern hospital management committee (1957-2 all er 118) (supra), the learned law lord observed:'if a surgeon fails to measure up to that standard in any respect (clinical judgment ..... planted earlier. thereafter, in the month of march, 1991 the plaintiff also had taken treatment at christian medical college and hospital at vellore. in the said circumstances, the plaintiff claimed damages for rs. 2,50,000/- with interest at 12% per annum from the date of suit till the date of realization ..... as hereunder:'the plaintiff is the resident of warangal, she along with her husband alladi shankerlingam came to hyderabad on some personal work on 20-2-1987. on the next day when both of them were going towards tankbund from hyderabad nursing home to reach secunderabad station. the plaintiff met .....

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Apr 29 1999 (HC)

institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India Vs. Council of the ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [2000]111TAXMAN665(AP)

..... the provisions of the advocates act. as lie did not want to give-up the medical practice, but wants to simultaneously practise in ) any the supreme court after referring to the provisions contained in sections 24(1)(e), 28(2)(a) and 49 of the advocates act read with rules 2, 9 and 47 of bar ..... was also held that every person is not entitled to be admitted as an advocate on the rolls of the bar council, that section 24 of the advocates act lays down the qualifications for enrolment as an advocate on a state roll and that, therefore, the right to practise as an advocate ..... 1st respondent. but, so long as lie continues to be the chartered accountant under the act, his degree and practice can be regulated only under the provisions of the said act. the authorities under the act also found that the degree of c.f.a. affixed is causing confusion and gullible public may be misguided and ..... and was upheld as being not inconsistent with either the provisions of the act or the regulations made thereunder. it was further held that the notification does not and indeed cannot amend the definition of 'undue influence', that the said act, though it does not amount to an undue influence, is constituted of ..... a different head of professional misconduct, which the council is authorised to do under clause (it) of part 11 of second schedule to the act and that from this .....

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