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Dec 31 2012 (HC)

Dr. Arun Sharma Vs. State and ors

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... for the post of deputy 20 medical superintendent must have mbbs degree or other recognized medical qualification from university/institute mentioned in ist/iind schedule/part ii of the iiird schedule, indian medical council act, 1956. in the last case, such degree must also fulfil the conditions stipulated in section 13(3) of the act. in addition to the aforesaid mbbs or recognized medical degree, a candidate must also have post ..... in complete derogation of the other provisions contained in section 11(2) read along with section 2(h) and schedule i to the indian medical council act, it cannot be held that such qualification can be taken as recognized medical qualification. it follows that schedules i, ii and iii do not only mention the universities or medical institutions but also the degrees awarded/granted by such institutions. in other words ..... reference is to the degree awarded. to illustrate, while a college or medical institution .....

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Jul 04 2012 (HC)

Jandk; Board of Professional Entrance Examination Vs. Faiza Choudhary ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... course against the vacancy arising due to any reason, was fixed as 30th of september. the medical council of india in exercise of powers conferred upon it by section 33 of the act of 1956 and with the approval of the central government issued notification dated 25.2.2004 whereunder time schedule for completion of admission process for first mbbs course was notified. the ..... sections 10-a, 10-b and 10-c in the medical council act, the medical council has framed regulations with the previous approval of the central government which were published in the gazette of india dated 29.9.1993 (though the notification is dated 20.9.1993). any medical college or institution which wishes to increase the admission capacity in mbbs/higher courses (including diploma/degree ..... /higher specialities), has to apply to the central government for permission along with the permission of the state government and that of the university with which it is affiliated and in conformity with the regulations framed by the medical council. only the medical college or institution which is recognized by the .....

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Apr 05 2007 (HC)

inder Prakash Gupta, Dr. Vs. State

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2008(1)JKJ386

..... (other than licentiate category andces qualifications) to the indian medical from class iii council act, 1956. holders of category (a). educational qualifications included in part ii of the third schedule should fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-section (3) of section 13 of the indian medical council act, 1956; and (ii) possession of post-graduate degree qualification in any subject mentioned in part 'a' of ..... 7 'b'ces/ schedule (other than licentiatefamily qualification) to the indian medicalwel- council act, 1965. holders offare educational qualification included inpart-ii of the 3rd schedule shouldfulfill the conditions stipulated in the sub-section (3) of section 13of the indian medical council actpossession of a post graduate degree in any subject mentioned in part 'a' of the annexure to this schedule with seven ..... (07) years administrative experience.15. under both the rules only the persons borne on the cadre of medical gazetted ..... government order no. 749-mme of 2002 dated 17.7.2002s. no. name of the d.o.b. date of remarksdoctor regularappointment as medical super-intendent1 2 3 4 5 1. dr. muzaffar 2.12.50 10.12.85 the doctor has been adjusted asahmed director health services kashmir2. dr. jasbir singh 1.10.52 12.1.95 .....

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May 07 2013 (HC)

1. Dr. Rajiv Gupta Vs. State

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... institutes were recognized, the candidates were to be given credit for m.ch. (cvts), degrees obtained from such institutions, held that not only recognition in terms of section 10-a of the act was necessary but compliance with sections 2 (h) 10-b, 11, 12 and 13 of indian medical council act, 1956 was equally necessary.34. what is true about eligibility is equally true about the ..... extra weightage. in other words, as a medical degree obtained from a medical institute not recognized by mci or a medical degree obtained from an institute ..... recognized by the mci but the degree itself not recognized by .....

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May 25 2007 (HC)

Nishu Vs. State of J and K and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2008(1)JKJ358

..... act, 2004; jammu and kashmir reservations rules, 2005. as per the information brochure, for entrance examination, the availability of seats in different courses any colleges in the state was given in clause 6 i.e. government medical college, jammu, government medical college, srinagar, shere-i-kashmir institute of medical sciences, soura, srinagar; and acharyia shri chander college of medical sciences, sidhra, jammu. the post graduate medical degree ..... and diploma courses for the purpose of reservation and distribution of seats has been given in clause 7 of the brochure as under:(i) open merit category 65%(ii) ..... category candidate. in the reserved category, respondent no. 8 syed shahbu din bukhari is to occupy the said seat in the discipline of dermatology. respondents no. 2 to 1 erroneously and illegally have allocated the seat to respondent no. 4 and this has been done in violation of mandate of rule 17 of the rules. ..... open merit category shall be allotted to the served category candidate who gets selected consequent upon the reserved category' candidate getting selected in the open merit category.2. a perusal of the above rule shows that if a reserved category candidate is selected against open merit seat, he is to be considered for allotment of .....

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Jul 06 2004 (HC)

Nazir Ahmad Wani and Mushtaq Ahmad Khateeb Vs. State and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2005(1)JKJ71

..... hoc promotions, eligibility is not needed, it can create a chaos and sometimes even an expert like a doctor can be appointed on ad hoc basis without having the basic medical degree, therefore, the rule which permits the corporation to make the ad hoc promotions does not give them a right to promote persons on adhoc basis who lack the basic qualifications ..... have been refuted by aggrieved person supported by an affidavit. since reliance is placed on sub section (3) of section 21 of the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940, it will be appropriate to reproduce it as also sub clauses (i), (ii) of clause (e) section 3 which give the definition of inspectors.'21. inspectors;-(3) no person who has financial interest in the import, manufacture ..... the inspector which is defined in definition clause which may be extracted:'section 3(e) 'inspector' means:-(i) in relation to ayurvedic, siddha or unani drug, an inspector appointed by the central government or a state government under section 33g ; and(ii) in relation to any other drug or cosmetic ..... or sale of drugs or cosmetics shall be appointed to be an inspector under this section.'the sub section makes reference to .....

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May 27 2005 (HC)

Dr. Jyotsana Lamba Vs. State of J and K and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2005(3)JKJ137

..... the first or second schedule (other than licentiate qualifications) to the indian medical council act, 1956 . holders of educational qualifications included in part-ii of the third schedule should fulfil the conditions stipulated in sub section 3 of section 13 of the indian medical council act, 1956.post - graduate degree qualification in the concerned subject will be preferred; andone year experience as house ..... = 1 6. post graduate career (max. 20 marks) = 20 (a) for md/ms course (b) for diploma course = 10 7. professional publication in a standard medical journal (2 marks for each publication) = 10 8. viva voce = 10note : for basic science department, research work done in any recognized institution may be given credit in lieu of house ..... doctor will be considered or appointment as registrar unless he/she has completed two years minimum active service as assistant surgeon in the health department after obtaining postgraduate degree.'2. petitioner and respodent-7 both applied in response to the aforesaid notification alongwith some other candidates. as per averments made in the petition, total 13 candidates applied ..... laid down norms for selection and framed regulation namely the post-graduation medical regulation 2000, wherein certain conditions laid down for post -graduation institutions, which reads as under:'postgraduate medical education in broad specialities shall be of three years duration in the case of degree course and two years in the case of diploma course after mbbs .....

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May 26 2004 (HC)

Sher-i-kashmir National Medical Institute Trust Vs. State of J and K a ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... connotes all the modes of transfer envisaged by transfer of property act, including gift. and there is no exemption to the compulsory registration granted either under sections 10 and 11 of the land grants act, nor does sub-section (2)(vii) of section 17 of the registration act exclude the application of section 17(1)(a)(b), i.e. the requirement of compulsory ..... cite or quote other material supporting the facts that underlie the root causes, including newspaper reports. the newspaper reports, therefore, can, at best, be supporting evidence to definite allegations and proved facts. picking up newspaper reports and making them the basis for alleging mala fides is not sufficient to ascribe motives. newspaper reports are generally subjective opinions ..... 6 of the memorandum be, in exercise of the powers vested under section 140 clause (c) of the transfer of property act, 1977, transferred from the health, family welfare and medical education department to sher-i-kashmir national medical institute trust, srinagar on proprietorship basis free of costs.2. in respect of the property, the details whereof are given at s ..... taken into consideration. 56. in express newspapers pvt. ltd v. union of india (supra), the supreme court noticed that the petitioners had pleaded the facts with sufficient degree of particularity tending to show that the notices impugned therein were wholly mala fide and politically motivated. the supreme court found that the notices were really intended and meant .....

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Apr 10 2009 (HC)

Mohammad Obaid and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : AIR2010J& K18

..... in the first schedule shall be recognised medical qualifications for the purposes of this act.section 12 : recognition of medical qualifications ..... the indian medical council act, 1956 cited by the mr. jan, learned counsel for the petitioners are as under:2(e) 'medical institution' means any institution within or without india, which grants degrees, diplomas or licences in medicine;2(h) 'recognised medical qualification' means any of the medical qualifications included in the schedules:section 11 : recognition of medical qualifications granted by universities or medical institutions in india.- (1) the/medical qualifications granted ..... by any university or medical institution in india which are included .....

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Feb 14 1994 (HC)

Sukesh Chander Khajuria Vs. State and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... under clause (f) of section 2. public servant is defined to mean the public servant as defined in section 21 of the state ranbir penal code but does not include a public man as defined in the act. the government doctors will be covered by the definition contained in clause (f) and not by the definition contained in clause (e). chapter ii deals with the declaration of ..... the restrictions imposed by the impugned order being in public interest, are reasonable restriction saved by article 19(6) and have a definite nexus with the object of achieving in the hospitals, better patient care, imporvement in the medical education etc.'. learned counsel submits that in view of the states own case and in view of the observations of the division bench ..... has been mentioned in the writ petition nor the authority which has exercised the power has been disclosed. section 32 of the indian medical council act, 1956 (cii) of 1956 confers powers to frame rules on the central government and section 33 confers power on the medical council of india to make regulations. we may assume that the rule has been framed by the authority ..... health clinics have become perfect and they can effectively and efficiently take up the work of patient care. the emphasised portion recognises the right of the administration to allow private medical practice.19. the learned counsel for the state has placed before us a copy of the report of the technical committee. the division bench had recommended to the committee also .....

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