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Aug 24 2001 (HC)

State of Tripura and anr. Vs. Dr. Jogiraj Dutta and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Aug-24-2001

..... would show that the commission had come to a definite finding that the basic qualification of hs(+2) for selection to the mbbs and b.v.sc course and the degree in veterinary science and mbbs and that the functional level of medical officer (ths g-v) and a veterinary assistant ..... -practicing allowance should also be admissible to veterinary assistant surgeons of tripura veterinary services grade-v as has been granted to the medical officers of tripura medical services grade-v. the expert body will consider any representation that may be submitted by the respondents either individually or collectively through ..... a lower status. finally in paragraph 15.98 quoted above, the commission has observed that the 5th central pay commission recommended that the post requiring a degree of b.v.sc ..... veterinary science is comparable to mbbs degree as holders of those degree in both the cases are registered, are authorised to practice medicine, authenticate health certificates and give evidence as experts under indian evidence act and hence there is no apparent reason to keep one of the two categories in ..... veterinary science is comparable to an mbbs degree and holders of those degrees in both cases are registered and authorised to practice medicine, authenticate health certificate and give evidence as experts under the indian evidence act we also feel that there is no apparent reason to keep one of the .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

Dr. Dilip Kumar Sarkar Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

..... ) post reserved for st(p). scale of pay : rs. 10,050 p.m. to rs. 15,575 p.m. qualification and experience: recognised and registered mbbs under relevant act with recognised post graduate degree. persons holding the post of professor preferably head of deptt. and loften) years teaching experience as professor/associate professor out of which 5(five) years should be as ..... . relaxed teaching experience by two months3. crossed upper age limit.dr. dilip kr. sarkar (sc) professor & head of department of surgery, silchar medical college.iv1812.3.9322.9.95above 54 as on 1.1.991. crossed upper age limit. 2. have far below merit cum experience as per advt.dr. s.n. rana patgirl, professor and head of department of gynaecology, dibrugarh ..... medical collegev3not knownnot knownabove on 1.1.99crossed upper age limit.dr. mrs. nandita choudhury, professor and head of deptl. of nephrology. gmcvi219.2.851.5.91within minimum and maximum age limit. dr. munindra mohan deka, professor and head of deptt. of radiology ..... & head of dept.upper age limit 1.1. 97/ 1.1.97remarksmr. khagendra narayan barua professor dermatology g.m.c.i619.6.8717.2.92 professor of dermatologywithin 54 yearsgmc. guwahati not a head of departmentdr. sujit nandl purkayastha principal l/c sllchar medical college.ii16not knownnot knownabove 54 years as on 1.1.97crossed upper age limit, principal i/c silchar .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

Dilip Kumar Sarkar Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

..... reserved for st(p). scale of pay: rs. 10,050 p.m. to rs. 15,575 p.m. qualification and experience : recognised and registered mbbs under relevant act with recognised post graduate degree. persons holding the post of professor preferably head of deptt. and 10(ten) years teaching experience as professor/associate professor out of which 5(five) years should be ..... sujit nandi purkayastha3. 20 dr. ratneswar swargiary4. 18 dr. dilip kr. sarkar5. 3 prof.(dr.) surendra rana pargiri6. 2 dr.(mrs.) nandita choudhury. the candidates are recommended by the commission for the post of principal-cum-chief superintendent in the medical colleges of the state under the health and family welfare (b) department in order of preference.'. 10. the advertisement quoted ..... as per advt.dr. s. n. rana patgiri professor and head of department of gynaecology, dibrugarh medical collage.v3not knownnot knownabove 54 as on 1.1.99crossed upper age limitdr. mrs. nandita choudhury, professor and head of deptt. of nephrology. gmcvi219.2.851.5.91within mini-maximum age limit dr. munindra mohan deka. professor and head of department of ..... 97remarksmr. khageiidra narayan barua professor dermatology, g.m.c.i619.6.8717.2.92 professor of dermatologywithin 54gmc. guwahati not a head of department.dr. sujit nandi purkayasthra. principal l/c silchar medical collegeii16not knownnot knownabove 54 as on yearscrossed upper age limit. principal l/c silchar medical collegedr. ratneswar swargiary st(p)iii20not known11.3.93above 54 as on 1 .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

Dr. Dilip Kumar Sarkar Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

..... ) post reserved for st(p). scale of pay : rs. 10,050 p.m. to rs. 15,575 p.m. qualification and experience: recognised and registered mbbs under relevant act with recognised post graduate degree. persons holding the post of professor preferably head of deptt. and loften) years teaching experience as professor/associate professor out of which 5(five) years should be as ..... teaching experience by two months 3. crossed upper age limit.dr. dilip kr. sarkar (sc) professor & head of department of surgery, silchar medical college.iv1812.3.9322.9.95above 54 as on 1.1.991. crossed upper age limit. 2. have far below merit cum experience as per advt.dr. s.n. rana patgirl, professor and head of department of gynaecology, dibrugarh ..... medical collegev3not knownnot knownabove on 1.1.99crossed upper age limit.dr. mrs. nandita choudhury, professor and head of deptl. of nephrology. gmcvi219.2.851.5.91within minimum and maximum age limit. dr. munindra mohan deka, professor and head of deptt. of radiology ..... & head of dept.upper age limit 1.1. 97/ 1.1.97remarksmr. khagendra narayan barua professor dermatology g.m.c.i619.6.8717.2.92 professor of dermatologywithin 54 yearsgmc. guwahati not a head of departmentdr. sujit nandl purkayastha principal l/c sllchar medical college.ii16not knownnot knownabove 54 years as on 1.1.97crossed upper age limit, principal i/c silchar .....

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Jul 03 2001 (HC)

Dipankar Roy Vs. Principal and Secretary, Public College of Commerce, ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jul-03-2001

..... nature of functions discharged by these institutions they discharge a public duty. if a student desires to acquire a degree, for example, in medicine, he will have to route through a medical college. these medical colleges are the instruments to attain the qualification. if, therefore, what is discharged by the educational institution is ..... government. the question is as to which forum one should approach. the high court has held that the remedy is available under the industrial disputes act. when an element of public interest is created and the institution is catering to that element, the teacher, the arm of the institution is ..... w.e.f. 1.8.1990. the said letter is reproduced below: -'office of the principalpublic college of commercepost box no. 85ref : no.pcc/2/dr/90 date: 24.9.90tosri dipankar roy, m.com.lecturer in commerce, public college of commerce, dimapur.sub : appointment as lecturer on whole time ..... arises to be decided first is that, whether this writ petition is maintainable or not insofar as it relates to the respondents. in para 2 of the petition; the petitioner has stated that the chairman of the managing committee is the deputy commissioner of kohima, and that the governing body ..... the following three part-time lecturers shall be regularised on whole time basis to be effective from 1staugust, 1990.1. mrs. manisha sen - deptt. of economics.2. shri d. roy - deptt. of commerce.3. shri s.n. singh - deptt. of commerce.' 3. the petitioner thereafter, received a letter dated 4 .....

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Apr 10 2001 (HC)

Sibanath Singh Vs. State of Assam

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Apr-10-2001

..... the public analyst did not give any opinion or finding that the food is adulterated as discussed above. there is an explanation clause in section 2 of the act of 1954 which runs thus:'explanation - where two or more articles of primary food are mixed together and the resultant article of food -(a ..... to the effect that the article of food is adulterated, the provisions to sub-sections (2) to (2d) shall, so far as may be, apply.'7. it is incumbent upon the local (health) authority namely, the chief medical and health officer, jorhat i.e. the authority who gave consent and sanction ..... it is made clear that total non-compliance of the provisions would definitely be fatal for the prosecution. now, a question arises, whether the action of the authority concerned amounts to total non-compliance of the provisions of section 13(2) of the act of 1954. in the instant case, it is not disputed that ..... the opinion that the sample of 'bundiya laddu' contains non-permitted coal tar colour metanil yellow and, accordingly, the sanction was accorded by the chief medical & health officer, jorhat to prosecute the vendor namely, the present petitioner as well as the owner of the hotel namely, sri biswanath singh.3. ..... for prosecution under the prevention of food adulteration act to give a notice along with a copy of the report of the public analyst .....

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Jan 25 2001 (HC)

Bishnupur Enterprises Vs. State of Manipur and anr.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jan-25-2001

..... state government after causing due publication in the official gazette as required under sub-section (2) of section 6 and subsection (2) of section 7, the provisions of which will be discussed below for convenience, by which certain amendments were made in the rates in schedule i, iii and iv of the act and the same is annexed as annexure-a/4 to the writ petition ..... namely iron and steel of all sizes, cement and chemical fertilizers. it is contended that the said impugned office memorandum was issued without any prior notification as required under section 6(2) of the act and also without any authority and jurisdiction. hence this writ petition. 8. the contentions of mr. n. kotiswar singh, learned counsel for the petitioner are of two folds ..... rates specified in that schedule on the net turnover of such sales during such year; (b) in respect of goods specified in schedule ii attached to this act liable to tax under sub-section (1), (2), (3) or (6) of that section, at the point of last sale within the state, at the rates or lates specified in that schedule on the net turnover of ..... provision in that regard. the said case relates to service matter dealing promotional aspect from lecturer to reader under madhya pradesh medical education (gazetted) service recruitment rules, 1987. mr. singh, the learned counsel for the revenue further submits that as the act is silent in the present case, the executive instruction by way of the said impugned office memorandum can be accepted .....

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Jan 25 2001 (HC)

Bishnupur Enterprises Vs. State of Manipur and anr.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jan-25-2001

..... state government after causing due publication in the official gazette as required under sub-section (2) of section 6 and subsection (2) of section 7, the provisions of which will be discussed below for convenience, by which certain amendments were made in the rates in schedule i, iii and iv of the act and the same is annexed as annexure-a/4 to the writ petition ..... namely iron and steel of all sizes, cement and chemical fertilizers. it is contended that the said impugned office memorandum was issued without any prior notification as required under section 6(2) of the act and also without any authority and jurisdiction. hence this writ petition. 8. the contentions of mr. n. kotiswar singh, learned counsel for the petitioner are of two folds ..... rates specified in that schedule on the net turnover of such sales during such year; (b) in respect of goods specified in schedule ii attached to this act liable to tax under sub-section (1), (2), (3) or (6) of that section, at the point of last sale within the state, at the rates or lates specified in that schedule on the net turnover of ..... provision in that regard. the said case relates to service matter dealing promotional aspect from lecturer to reader under madhya pradesh medical education (gazetted) service recruitment rules, 1987. mr. singh, the learned counsel for the revenue further submits that as the act is silent in the present case, the executive instruction by way of the said impugned office memorandum can be accepted .....

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Aug 09 2001 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Down Town Hospital Ltd.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Aug-09-2001

..... of some raw materials, it is difficult to hold that the respondent-assessee is an industrial undertaking entitled to relief under sections 80hh and 80-i of the act of 1961. sub-section (2) of section 80hh expressly states that section 80hh applies to any industrial undertaking which fulfils all the conditions mentioned therein and one of the conditions mentioned therein is ..... backward area in which the activities of manufacture and producing of articles take place. he also referred to the similar provisions in sub-section (2) of section 80-i of the act of 1961, to show that the said section is also applicable to an industrial undertaking in which the activities of manufacture or producing of articles take place, and not otherwise. ..... note of the aforesaid meaning of the word 'manufacture' as laid down by judicial authorities and made a distinction between 'processing' and 'manufacture' and held that although a degree of processing is involved in preparing pineapple slices from the original fruit, the commodity continues to possess its original identity, notwithstanding the removal of inedible portions, the slicing and ..... (2)(b)(ii) of the act of 1961. similarly, inthe case of m. l. agarwalla , the question before the division bench of this court was whether the assessee in that case was entitled to investment allowance under section 32a of the act of 1961, in respect of ultra-sound medical diagnostic electrical equipment, air-conditioner and servo-voltage stabiliser, and the division .....

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Feb 05 2001 (HC)

Prafulla Kumar Mahanta Vs. Kanak Sen Deka and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Feb-05-2001

Reported in : 2001CriLJ2333

..... determination in the aforesaid two criminal contempt petitions, therefore rests on whether the aforesaid publication attract the ingredients of criminal contempt as defined under section 2(c) of the contempt of courts act, 1971 (in short act).7. section 2(c) of the act define criminal contempt. it reads:"...criminal contempt" means the publication (whether bywords. spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representation, ..... aforesaid two articles as quoted above, as a whole, in our considered view, the article so published does not attract the ingredients of the definition of criminal contempt as defined u/s 2(c) of the act. at the time of hearing of the aforesaid two petitions, we repeatedly requested learned counsel appearing for the petitioner to show us as to which ..... with medicines. the nursing homes registration book also had mahanta's name and signature. it may be mentioned that dr. dutta choudhury is the associate professor of the guwahati medical college. it was a surprise to why a government doctor had openly examined shri mahanta at a private nursing home.a dispur source said that mahanta's check-up was ..... "dainik agradoot" in its publication dated 13.12.1997 annexure-1 in criminal contempt petition no. 1/1998 reads as under:"..dainik agradoot 13.12.1997suddenly ill, mahanta takes medical certificates.it has surprised several doctors here that the chief minister who frequents new delhi, has suddenly decided to treat himself at a local nursing home here. that too in .....

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