Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: medical degrees act 1916 section 2 definitions Court: gujarat Year: 2009 Page 1 of about 27 results (0.034 seconds)

Apr 08 2009 (HC)

Medical Officer, Class - Ii Vs. State of Gujarat and 4 ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-08-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR2104

..... up the stand that every person possessing an mbbs degree from an institution/university recognized by the medical council of india serving as an in-service doctor, shall be eligible for admission to such reserved seats. reference was also made to section 11 of the medical council act, which provides that medical qualification granted by any university or institution in india ..... also stated that recruitment rules to the post of medical officer, class-ii do not restrict the recruitment to the post of medical officer, class-ii wholly to the medical graduates having obtained their degree from the university situated within state of gujarat. consequently, state has taken up the stand that medical graduates graduated from universities situated out-side gujarat are also ..... will be reserved for in-service, but however, gujarat university p.g admission rules will be applicable for these candidates.2. petitioner submitted an application to the university for admission to the post graduate degree/diploma in medical course, but his application was turned down by the university on the ground that he has not satisfied the eligibility ..... to provide health services of specialists to the people residing in rural and remote areas, the state government decided in the year 2005 to sponsor government medical officers class-ii for post graduate degree and diploma in the subjects required for providing public health services such as pediatrics, gynecology, anesthesia, t.b etc. on certain conditions so that .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 09 2009 (HC)

New India Assurance Company Ltd. Vs. Khujema Ibrahim Zupadawala and or ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-09-2009

Reported in : (2009)2GLR1519

..... and claimant has been established. apart from that, when statute has not permitted to raise contention against negligence and quantum except statutory defence covered by section 149(2), then, by having permission under section 170 of m.v. act, 1988, insurance company is not becoming entitled to challenge quantum as if owner has been challenging quantum. such type of approach and attitude on the ..... was filed by claimants before claims tribunal claiming rs. 25,000-00 for loss of estate, rs. 5,40,000-00 for loss of dependency; rs. 10,000-00 towards medical expenditure; rs. 3,200-00 for attendants and in all, claimants claimed compensation of rs. 6,00,000-00 with interest at the rate of 12 percent per annum from ..... tribunal can consider second schedule read with section 163a of m.v. act, 1988 and can take guidance therefrom for deciding multiplier, and therefore, that contention raised by learned advocate mr. nanavati cannot be accepted by this court. amounts awarded by claims tribunal on other heads such as loss of expectation of life, loss of consortium, medical expenses pain, shock and suffering, transportation ..... of the m.v. act. issues have been framed by claims tribunal at exh. 17. before claims tribunal, following oral as well as documentary evidence was produced by claimants, as referred to in para 7 of impugned award:(1) affidavit of deposition of applicant exh. 21.(2) discharge certificate from hospital exh. 23.(3) medical bills exh. 24.(4) birth certificate exh. 25 .....

Tag this Judgment!

Nov 04 2009 (HC)

Essar Steel Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-04-2009

Reported in : [2010]24STT121

..... regard to their respective definitions under the customs act, 1962.24. section 3 contains the provisions for establishment of special economic zone and section 4 provides for establishment of special economic zone and approval and authorization to operate it ..... , supply to special economic zone from domestic tariff area becomes export for the purpose of the customs act, 1962 as well. furthermore, the definition of 'export' as defined in section 2(m) of the act of 2005 would prevail over the definition of the term under the customs act, 1962 when there is a transaction between a domestic tariff area unit and special economic zone. in cases ..... , submitted that specific definitions which are contained in section 2 shall have precedence considering the provisions of the act of 2005 over the definitions contained in the other acts referred to in section 2(zd). he has, therefore, submitted that so far as the term 'export' and 'import' are concerned, they will have to be governed by the definitions contained in sections 2(m) and 2(o) of the act of 2005 without .....

Tag this Judgment!

Jul 08 2009 (HC)

Aman Piyush Khanna, thro' Father and Guardian Piyush Krishna and 4 Ors ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-08-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR2382

..... (regulation of admission and fixation of fees) act, 2007. these are thus statutory rules.5.1 rules govern admissions to various medical and paramedical courses such as bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery, bachelor of dental surgery, bachelor of ayurveda, medicine and surgery, bachelor of homeopathic medicine and surgery. etc., as provided in section 2(1)(g) of the rules. the rules ..... of bhavya s. desai v. state of gujarat and ors.(supra) also observed as follows:.however, the sum total of these circumstances, clearly demonstrate that there was a great degree of confusion in the public mind about the exact policy of the government. this should be avoided at all costs. spare a thought for the poor student. he is ..... changed drastically in a span of couple of years. in prashant pravinbhai kanabar v. gujarat university, ahmedabad (supra), the petitioners had challenged rules for admission to post graduate degree/diploma medical courses. under the concerned rules the authorities had decided to take into account performance of the candidates in various examinations including the board examination in certain proportion. these rules were ..... come from gujarat board. it is therefore not the case where unequals are being treated as equals. in any case, they all appear for the same gujcet examination. fair degree of uniformity and common yardstick is therefore, evolved for judging the relative merits of all students. he relied on the decision of this court in case of prashant pravinbhai .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 20 2009 (HC)

Vijay Harishchandra Patel Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-20-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR2153

..... riots and also to constitute special courts to try those offence. further, programme also stipulates the target group of this programme would be eligible sections among the minorities notified under section 2(c) of the national commission for minorities act, 1992 viz. muslims, christians, sikhs, buddhists and zoroastrians (parsis). 15-point programme was envisaged for welfare of the minorities and not exclusively for muslim ..... board, so that the students wanting to shift to a regular mainstream education can also do so after having passed from madrasas. further, it is also stipulated that recognition of degrees from madrasas for eligibility in competitive examinations, desirable. government would ensure that the aid or services rendered by it, be secular in nature and not utilised by any institution for ..... like education, health facilities, transport, etc.(c) about a third of small villages with high concentration of muslims do not have any educational institutions.(d) there is a scarcity of medical facilities in large villages with a substantial muslim concentration. about 40% of large villages with a substantial muslim concentration do not have any ..... medical facilities.(e) muslim concentration villages are not well served with pucca roads.(f) policies to deal with the relative deprivation of the muslims in the country should sharply focus on .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 16 2009 (HC)

United India Insurance Co Ltd. Vs. Fatmaben Jamalbhai

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-16-2009

Reported in : (2009)2GLR1450

..... compensation payable in case of permanent total disablement as is proportionate to the loss of earning capacity (as assessed by the qualified medical practitioner) permanently caused by the injury;looking to the definition of 'wages' under section 2(m) of the w.c. act, 1923, wages includes any privilege or benefit which is capable of being estimated in terms of money, means all allowances including ..... the motor vehicles act is a liability founded in tort and falls outside the ..... or to enforce any liability incurred under this act.to my mind, section 19 refers to a liability arising by virtue of the workmen's compensation act. sub-section (1) speaks of a proceeding under the act. such a proceeding relates to the statutory liability created under that act. and sub-section (2) specifically mentions 'any liability incurred under this act'. the liability adjudicated upon by claims tribunals under .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 16 2009 (HC)

Najmunisha Wife of Abdul Hamid Chandmiya @ Ladoo Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-16-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR1982

..... neutral substance is added to muddamal, then it falls under section 2(c) and not under section 2(3)(a) of the n.d.p.s. act. he denied that whether substance like charas falls in section 2(3)(a) or in section 2(3)(c) of the n.d.p.s. act. he was asked whether quantitative analysis was necessary, but this ..... case, according to this witness, there was no neutral substance and all that sample which was analyzed was of charas as defined under section 2(3)(c) of the n.d.p.s. act. he has been asked about the organic solvent substances used in the test and he emphatically stated that in organic solvent, chloroform is ..... clear.33. it is contended that the contraband alleged to be seized from the accused is not proved to be charas as defined under section 2(iii)(a) of the n.d.p.s. act. it is submitted that, firstly, homogeneous samples are not examined as it is found from evidence of p.w. 5-dr. ..... . r. mehta. after the examination and analysis, sample a/1 and sample b/l were found to be 'charas' as per the definition given in the n.d.p.s. act, 1985. vide letter at exh. 96 opinion was given by him. he identified sample a/1 and sample b/l as well as seals ..... the society. true, it is that, when the witnesses are trained, it is expected that, they would be consistent, exact in their deposition and little bit higher degree than normal it would be expected, from other witnesses, but, as aforesaid, the usual human conduct, intelligence, behaviour, capacity of observation and expression will also have .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 16 2009 (HC)

General Manager, Indian Rayon (Unit of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.) Vs. Sai ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-16-2009

Reported in : (2009)2GLR1491

..... . the petitioner is not government establishment and/or government-aided establishment or a government company as defined under section 617 of the companies act, 1956. therefore, the petitioner is not 'establishment' within the definition of section 2(k) of the aforesaid act, and therefore, the provisions of the act, 1995 would not be applicable to the petitioner-company, and therefore, the court of commissioner (for disabled persons ..... nanavati associates for the petitioner has vehemently submitted that the court commissioner has materially erred in passing the impugned order under the provisions of the act, 1995. it is submitted that even considering definition of 'establishments' under section 2(k) of the aforesaid act, it would be applicable to government establishments and the petitioner-company being non-government establishment is not governed by the aforesaid ..... is requested to direct the petitioner to pay all the benefits available to the respondent till he attains the age of superannuation. it is submitted that even some of the medical bills submitted by the respondent is still remained unpaid. therefore, it is requested to dismiss present special civil application.6. heard the learned advocates for the respective parties.7. it .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 06 2009 (HC)

NitIn Alias Nitu Ramprasad Bachicha (Dhobi) Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-06-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ2330; (2009)2GLR1223

..... of gangrape, taking recourse of explanation 1 attached to sub-section 2 of section 376 of the ipc. that the evidence of prosecutrix is duly supported by medical evidence on record and the fsl evidence. even all the five accused persons, when they were medically examined by the medical officer, in the history given to the medical officer by each of them, admitted the factum of rape ..... to be referred in the fir on the basis of some information. however, she stated in the fir that if the assailants are shown to her, she could definitely identify them. under such circumstances, mere fact that no investigation was made regarding the suspect vinod narayan machi, the entire case of the prosecution does not become suspicious. the irregularities ..... . the trial judge framed charge against the appellants and the co-accused persons at exh.8, for the offences punishable under sections 328, 354, 342, 363, 366, 376(2)(g) read with section 114 of the ipc and section 135 of the bombay police act, to which they did not plead guilty and claimed to be tried. therefore, the prosecution adduced its oral and documentary ..... accused persons. if, she is raped by one or more in a group of persons, each of the persons shall be 'deemed to have committed gangrape', provided those persons are acting in furtherance of their common intention. the common intention of all the five accused persons can be gathered from their conduct, prior to the incident and during the course of .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 08 2009 (HC)

Tensile Steel Ltd. and anr. Vs. Natwarsingh Udesingh Raj

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-08-2009

Reported in : (2009)2GLR1820; (2010)ILLJ424Guj

..... .]thus, it is the 'employer' who, as per the act, is liable and responsible to make the payment in accordance with and within time prescribed by the act. the said term 'employer' is defined under section 2(f), and it reads thus:2. definitions :- in this act, unless the context otherwise requires:(a) xxx xxx xxx(b) ..... loss caused to respondent no. 1 was more than the amount of gratuity payable to the appellant. clause (b) of sub-section (6) of section 4 of the act also provides for forfeiture of the whole amount of gratuity or part in the event his services had been terminated for his riotous ..... principles for quantification thereof as also the conditions on which he may be denied therefrom. as noticed hereinbefore, sub-section (6) of section 4 of the act contains a non-obstante clause vis-a-vis sub-section (1) thereof. as by reason thereof, an accrued or vested right is sought to be taken away, ..... of the company and the control thereof have been entrusted to any other person. in this regard, reference needs to be made to the provision under sections 7(2), 7(3) and 7(3a) as per which an 'employer' has to determine the amount and it is the 'employer' who shall arrange to ..... has also held the managing director i.e. the petitioner no. 2 personally liable to pay the dues to the respondent-workmen.1.3. aggrieved by the said order of the controlling authority, the petitioners preferred appeals under section 7(7) of the act. by communication dated 10th march, 2008, the petitioners were conveyed .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //