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May 30 2005 (HC)

K.S. Sunitha and anr. Vs. the State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2005KAR3194; 2005(6)KarLJ410

..... karnataka conduct of entrance test for admission to post graduate medical, dental, degree and diploma courses rules 2003. the said rules have been made in exercise of powers conferred under section 14 of the karnataka educational institutions (prohibition of capitation fee) act, 1984, section 2(g) of the said rules defines in-service candidates as follows:'2(g) 'in-service candidate' means, persons belonging to the health ..... of the state. the aggrieved person has to make an application under section 14 of the act to the administrative tribunal constituted under the act for the redressal of his grievance.24. the definition of 'in-service candidates' as provided in karnataka conduct of entrance test for admission to pg medical and dental degree and diploma courses rules 2003 includes not only the persons belonging to ..... health and family welfare services but also the persons belonging to medical education services, employees of state .....

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Jan 16 1991 (HC)

Tejaswini Patil and Etc. Vs. Bangalore Uuniversity and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1991Kant352; ILR1991KAR387; 1991(1)KarLJ556

..... notification dated 5-6-1989 issued by the state government under sub-section (1) of s. 5 of the act fixing higher rate of rs. 25,000/- per annum as tuition fee for the medical degree course for students admitted against management seats in private medical colleges, compared to the fee of rs. 2,000/- per annum only for students admitted to government colleges or against ..... high rate compared to the normal amount of tuition fee fixed in respect of government colleges and government seats in private medical colleges. 19. from the provisions of s. 3 read with the definition of 'capitation fee' and section 5 of the act, it is clear that both educational institution concerned and its management are prohibited from collecting any amount in addition to the ..... a writ of mandamus to the college and the management to select them and admit them to the i year mbbs course. (ii) even on the basis that the private medical colleges and the managements do not fall within the definition of the word 'state' as defined under art. 12 of the constitution, they being persons discharging public duties of importing education and ..... finances of the managements and the colleges, which are not within the scope ol this writ petition. 32. in support of the first contention that the respondent-medical colleges are the managements falling within the definition of 'state' under art. 12 of the constitution, the learned counsel for the petitioners relied on the decisions of the supreme court in ajay hasia v .....

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Jul 25 1991 (HC)

Dr. H.M. Chinnaswamy Reddy Vs. Director, Jayadeva Institute of Cardiol ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1991KAR2883; 1991(3)KarLJ410

..... of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 11 of the indian medical council act. with this, we will straightaway go to indian medical council act. section 11 speaks of recognition of medical qualifications granted by universities or medical institutions in india. sub-section (1) reads as under:'(1) the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india which are included ..... is included in the schedule to the indian medical council act, 1956 as a degree fully recognised by the indian medical council which is the paramount professional body set up by statute with authority to recognise the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india. a post-graduate medical degree granted by a university duly established by statute ..... in this country and which has also been recognised by the indian medical council by inclusion to the schedule of the medical council act has ipso facto to be regarded, ..... other university is called for. this is all the more so in the case of a medical degree basic as well as post-graduate that is answered by a statutory indian university and which has been specifically recognised by the indian medical council.'14. from the above, it is clear where the bihar university which was statutory .....

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Jul 11 2003 (HC)

Mohammed Raji and ors. Vs. Ministry of Health and Welfare, by Its Secr ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2003KAR3726

..... acquired such certificate or knowledge have been permitted to practice as registered medical practitioners under the mysore ayurvedic and unani practitioners registration and medical practitioners miscellaneous provisions act, 1961 and as such petitioners also should be treated on par with persons holding medical degree or medical diploma and lack of a degree or a diploma in medicine should not be held against the ..... petitioners for permitting them to practice as registered medical practitioners in rural areas. 6. the ..... treating various ailments and after completing such course they have been given job oriented pre-university diploma and are given designation as multi purpose basic health worker (male). 2. the present grievance of the petitioners in these writ petitions is that in view of acquiring such qualifications petitioners who are unemployed and have represented to the respondents ..... ordershylendra kumar, j. 1. petitioners claim that they are all diploma holders in what is known as vocational curriculum for +2 basic heath workers (male).it is the case of the petitioners that the government of karnataka is conducting such vocational courses and the petitioners have undergone .....

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Nov 15 2000 (HC)

Smt. Dr. Banu V.T. and Another Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2001KAR2263; 2001(1)KarLJ492

..... definition to an in-service candidate has been given by including within the meaning of in-service candidates the persons belonging to the karnataka health and family welfare services, karnataka medical education service, esi scheme (medical services), and autonomous medical institutions established by the government under the karnataka societies registration act, 1961. therefore, the persons who are made eligible for admission to postgraduate degree ..... -karnataka power corporation limited (hereinafter referred to as the 'corporation')- in these petitions, they have prayed for striking down rule 2(h) of the karnataka conduct of entrance test for admission to postgraduate degree and diploma (medical and dental) courses rules, 1987 (hereinafter referred to as the 'rules'), as unconstitutional; or in the alternative to strike ..... generally to the patients affected from road accidents and other causes. in all these institutions, the admission and treatment is not limited to any particular section of the society like the medical facilities extended in an industrial unit. if all these aspects are kept in mind by the state, as claimed by it, and on that basis ..... 5. having heard the learned counsel appearing for the parties, the only question that would arise for consideration in these petitions is as to whether the rule 2(h) of the rules, which excludes the doctors working in the 5th respondent-industrial undertaking from being considered for admission to the post graduation course is required .....

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Jul 18 2007 (HC)

Akhila Karnataka Ayurveda, Siddha and Homeopathy, Registered Professio ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2007(6)KarLJ620; ILR2007(4)Kar4069; 2007(6)AIRKarR190

..... counsel appearing for the petitioners. section 21 of the act contemplates as to what are the qualifications for registration as medical practitioners under the act. a perusal of the said provision clearly indicates that the requisite qualification for registration is that he must possess a qualifying examination. qualifying examination would necessarily mean that he must possess a degree or a diploma in the ..... state council of ayurvedic and unani medicines is produced at annexure-b. the said certificate would relate to petitioner 3. the petitioners gave an application to respondent 2 to register them as medical practitioners in the field of ayurvedic. their applications for registration was rejected, as against which the petitioners preferred an appeal before the board. since, the appeal ..... j. gunjal, j.1. mr. b. veerappa, high court government advocate is directed to take notice for respondents 1, 3 and 4.2. the first petitioner is an association registered under the karnataka societies registration act, 1960. the other petitioners are practicing in the field of siddha, ayurveda, unani and homeopathy systems of medicines in various places in the ..... board to dispose of the appeal within a period of eight weeks. the board pursuant to the order dated 15-2-2006, dismissed the appeal holding that the petitioners are not qualified for being registered as practitioners under the act. the said order passed by the board is questioned in this petition. the impugned order is at annexure-h. .....

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Jul 05 1999 (HC)

Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Vs. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1999Kant483; ILR2000KAR63

..... purpose as the mci deems necessary to carry out the purposes of the act. fixation of admission capacity of a medical college in terms of explanation ii to section 10-a of the mci act, needs to be done by the mci and, therefore, in terms of section 9 of the mci act, it had the competence to entrust the task of ascertaining the admission ..... inspectors and, after ascertaining the available infrastructures and facilities available in the colleges, fixed the admission capacities of the respective colleges for the academic year 1996-97 both for degree and diploma courses and the same was communicated to the colleges as well as the affiliating university. the petitioner-college was communicated of mci's decision under letter dt. ..... in order to ascertain their permissible intake in 'terms of the medical and dental council acts. on receiving the said informations from the colleges concerned, and those furnished by the mci and the dci, the universityprepared a statement in respect of each of the medical/dental colleges conducting post-graduate degree and diploma courses. this statement was placed on record on 6 ..... -12-1996 along with the personal affidavit of the registrar of respondent-university. the copies of the said statement was made available to all the concerned medical colleges. but, curiously, before the said report .....

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May 03 2017 (HC)

Dr. Srinivasa K Vs. The Government of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

..... academic qualifications, teaching and research experience category of minimum qualification & experience i) must possess mbbs degree or equivalent qualification included in any one of the schedules of the indian medical council act 1956. must be registered in a state medical register or indian medical register. ii) should have any one of the recognized postgraduate qualification i.e., md /ms in the concerned ..... be the issue for consideration.41. the requirements to be fulfilled by the applicant medical colleges for obtaining the letter of intent and letter of permission for establishment of new medical colleges and yearly renewals as required under section 10-a of the indian medical council act, 1956, vide annexure-z would disclose the staff requirement even as on the ..... norms in the matter of promotion an irresistible conclusion has to be drawn that such deviation is arbitrary.46. in exercise of powers conferred under section 10-a read with section 33 of indian medical council act, 1956, the medical council of india mci with the previous sanction of the central government has made regulations known and called as ..... medical 45 council of india establishment of medical college regulations, 1999 .47. there is no dispute to the fact that mci regulations insofar as prescribing the qualification for .....

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Jul 23 1997 (HC)

The Registrar, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (Deemed University) ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1998KAR2520; 1999(4)KarLJ389

..... that all the admissions shall be made as per the guidelines of aicte/ugc/mci/appropriate bodies. section 19-a of the indian medical council act, as already noticed, provides the minimum standards of medical education required for granting recognised medical qualifications other than postgraduate medical qualifications. rule 6.2.33 of the rules governing the appellant, authorises the board to conduct examinations or test for admission ..... students in case any change in the criterion is made. in gurdeep singh v state of jammu and kashmir, the appellant had claimed admission to the course leading to a medical degree under the sports category which was allegedly wrongfully denied to him and in his place another candidate viz., shuab omer was selected. the court noticed in that case that the ..... minimum standards of medical education required for granting recognised medical qualifications (other than postgraduate medical qualifications) by universities or medical institutions in india. a cursory look at the section indicates that what is required to be prescribed by the medical council is the minimum standards of medical education and that such standards can be prescribed for granting recognised medical qualifications for degrees of medical education other than postgraduate medical qualification. vide .....

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Jul 08 2015 (HC)

Sri Girish Rithvik K R Vs. Union of India

Court : Karnataka

..... than mr.girish rithvik in the competitive entrance examination. further, their admissions made in excess of the admission capacity of the college being contrary to s.10a of the indian medical council act, 1956 cannot be directed to be regularized. (iii) the admission of students namely, ms.lekhashree, mr.sreekar surapaneni and ms.vadaanya venkatesh (petitioners in w.p.nos.49627/ ..... courses of mbbs/bds are to be approved/recognised by the government of india by 15th july of each calendar year for the relevant academic sessions of that year. 46.2. the medical council of shall, immediately thereafter, issue appropriate directions and ensure the implementation and commencement of admission process within one week thereafter. india 46.3. after 15th july of each ..... , jayanagr, bangalore-560 041 represented by its secretary4 5.6. w.p.no.49585/2014 c/w w.p.nos.49627/2014, 49200/2014 & 49201/2014 - 2 - the principal kempegowda institute of medical sciences, banashankari2d stage, bangalore-560 070 rajya vokkaligara sangha no.148, k r road, v v puram bangalore-560 004 represented by its secretary ms. r.lekhashree d ..... three questions fall for determination in these writ petitions: (i) who, among the four petitioners, is entitled for the one seat which is within the admission capacity of the college?. (ii) whether the admissions of the remaining three petitioners, which are in excess of the admission capacity of the college, could be directed to be regularized?. (iii) what reliefs the petitioners .....

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