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May 21 2009 (TRI)

N.N. Sarkar Vs. Union of India Service to the Effected Through Secreta ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : May-21-2009

..... as (i) post graduate qualification e.g. master degree in the discipline/subject; (ii) doctorate degree of a recognized university; and (iii) experience of fourteen years teaching and/or research experience in the discipline/subject concerned after ..... which is the basic requirement for appointment for the post of professor in the department of reproductive biology. the third respondent is stated to be a medical candidate and, thus, was required to possess a degree of at least m.d./m.s. in the reproductive biology, and only then his candidature could be considered. from the scheme of selection/appointment ..... this tribunal and re-numbered as ta no. 677/2009. 2. it is the case of the applicant that as per advertisement and rules, for medical candidates, requisite qualifications are (i) a medical qualification included in schedule i and ii or part ii of the third schedule of the indian council act of 1956; (ii) a post graduate qualification e.g. m.d./m.s. ..... or equivalent thereto in the discipline; and (iii) experience of fourteen years teaching and/or research in a recognized institution in the subject of specialty after obtaining qualifying decree of m.d./m.s. thereafter, the qualifications required for non-medical candidates are prescribed .....

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Jun 03 2009 (TRI)

All India Nbcc Employees Association Through Its Auditor and Represent ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Jun-03-2009

..... .12.1987 signed between the nbcc and the all india nbcc employees association in the course of conciliation proceedings held by the conciliation officer delhi under sub-section (3) of section 12 of the industrial disputes act, 1947 (annex p/7 page 125 of the paper book). as per this settlement, re-employment was agreed to be considered for certain categories of ..... this case cannot be adjudicated upon while exercising writ jurisdiction. further, it has been averred that the petitioners have equally efficacious alternative remedy available under provisions of the industrial disputes act, 1947. the contention of the petitioners indulging in forum-shopping and pursuing simultaneous remedies before different for a has also been made. the above contentions are found to be ..... of mandamus to regularize their services. besides calling for records of the case issued pertaining to the appointment and issue a direction for holding an enquiry have also been prayed. 2. we have heard the learned counsel for the applicants as well as the respondents and also perused the material on record. 3. the present application suffers from a procedural ..... retrenched workmen subject to fulfillment of stipulated conditions. para 2.1 of the ca mentions that only such workmen were to be considered for re-employment, who had been .....

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Jun 03 2009 (TRI)

Jitender Singh Vs. the Commissioner of Police, New Delhi and Another

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Jun-03-2009

..... 633, the honble supreme court held as under:-arbitrariness being opposed to reasonableness is an ante thesis to law. there cannot, however, be any exact definition of arbitrariness neither can there be any straight jacket formula evolved there for, since the same is dependent on the varying facts and circumstances of each ..... barest minimum. 10. we may now have a look to the provisions contained in the delhi police act, 1978 and delhi police (punishment and appeal) rules, 1980 in this regard. section 14 of the act deals with effect of suspension and reads as follows: 14. effect of suspension of police officer:-the ..... of the criminal case is not a ground for suspension as held by the court in ashok gaur vs. state of rajasthan and ors. (1987 (2) rlr 63).in nand lal verma v. state of rajasthan and ors. (1989 (1) rlr 63 the court considered a matter wherein the employee ..... wait till chargers were framed. the applicant also prays for issue of directions to the respondents to reinstate him with all consequential benefits including arrears. 2. the applicant is a constable in delhi police and at the time of passing of impugned order, he was posted at ps inderpuri. the ..... applicants representation. the present application is directed against the said rejection of representation as well as the order of suspension dated 21.03.2003 (annexure-ii) and rejection of his earlier representation vide respondents communication dated 01.11.2007 (annexure-iii) whereby the applicant was informed that he had to .....

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May 27 2009 (TRI)

Ram Niwas Vs. Government of Nct of Delhi Through Commissioner of Polic ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : May-27-2009

..... part of the above leaked paper as per the disclosure of an accused arrested in this case in the month of may/june 2004, from the medical college and mess of the hostel. the appellant instead of complying the orders of senior went to ballabhgarh, haryana at his sweet will for some ulterior ..... branch, crime branch is also formal witness, who has proved the posting of defaulter at the relevant date in e.o.w. cell/anti forgery section ex.pw-2/a. pw-3 hc manbir singh 137/com. e.o.w. cell, delhi a formal witness by producing original daily diary he has proved ..... reproduced above, held the applicant guilty. relevant part of the discussion on the evidence reads as follows: pw-1hc surender singh no. 2/crime (reader to acp/anti forgery section), e.o.w. cell, delhi is a formal witness who has proved the application of the defaulter for seeking permission for out station ..... stated in his written representation as discussed above. being assisting io of an important/highlighted case (pmt paper leak case), the defaulter si should have acted sincerely and honestly on the directions of his immediate supervisory officer i.e. inspector hanuman dan but he failed to comply the directions and visited ..... , the de order was technically wrong in violation of rule 15(2) of d.p.(panda) rules, 1980. the appellant was placed under suspension vide order dated 3.12.2004 for his grave misconduct. in this regard section 21(4) of delhi police act, 1978 envisages that the commissioner of police, addl. commissioner of .....

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