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Mar 05 2001 (HC)

R.V. Dental College Etc. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-05-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Kant302; ILR2001KAR3502

..... 39/2000, students who have passed out from the petitioner-college have assailed the denial of permission to appear in the competitive test held by the all india institute of medical sciences for admission to different post graduate dental courses.3. the controversy arises in the following circumstances :--pursuant to an order dated 8th of june 1992 issued by the state ..... by the said two universities by reference to the institutions offering such degree courses.43. mr. haranahally however argued on the basis of the notifications dated 10th of august 1999 issued by the govt. of india in terms of section 10(2) of the dentist act that dental qualifications awarded by bangalore university and three other universities in the state of karnataka were ..... whether an institution which did not have the requisite affiliation from the university could be said to have been established within the meaning of section 10c of the dentists act. according to mr. naik, in the absence of any definition of the term 'establish' used in the said provision, the same should be given the widest possible meaning. the question then is ..... be said to have been established under section 10c of the dentists act, even when it did not have the requisite affiliation from the university concerned, fell directly for consideration of this court in jeevatha reddy v. state of karnataka d.d. 10th sept. 1999. this court held that in the absence of any statutory definition of what would constitute 'establishing an institution .....

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Dec 20 2001 (HC)

Dr. R.R. Patil and Etc. Etc. Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-20-2001

Reported in : AIR2002Kant211; ILR2002KAR300; 2003(4)KarLJ331

..... (c), (e) and (f) of section 2 of the act are material for the present purpose. these are reproduced hereunder.--2. definitions.--(c) educational institution means any institution by whatever name called, whether managed by government, private body, local authority, trust. university or any other person carrying on the activity of imparting education in medicine or engineering leading to a degree conferred by a university established ..... the cora-mission under clause (f) of section 2 and imparting education;40. from the above definition of 'institution', it is clear that the ugc regulations squarely applies to all colleges affiliated to a university and approved or recognized inter alia by the dci and mci. it includes even the deemed universities. therefore, all the respondents medical and dental colleges are 'institutions' within the ..... with which fees may be charged by a college under sub-section (2) of section 12a;(ii) mci act35. sections 20 and 33 of the mci act are material for the present purposes. section 20 of the mci act empowers the mci to prescribe standards of postgraduate medical education for the guidance of universities, similarly, section 33 of the mci act, which is regulation making power, inter alia empowers the mci .....

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Feb 05 2001 (HC)

Basavaraj M. and Others Vs. the Karnataka State Pharmacy Council, Bang ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-05-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Kant239

..... of drugs in a hospital or dispensary or other place in which drugs are regularly dispensed on prescriptions of medical practitioners for a total period of not less than five years prior to the date notified under sub-section (2) of section 30'. section 32 of the act provides for qualification for subsequent registration. amongst the qualifications, it has been provided that, if he satisfies the ..... for registration as apharmacist is a pass in diploma course in pharmacy or any other qualification approved by the pci as equivalent to d. pharm course. the pci approves the degree course in pharmacy also but only for the purpose of registration as a pharmacist i.e., d. pharm. and b. pharm. courses are approved by the pci for the purpose ..... an indian university or a state government, as the case may be, or a prescribed qualification granted by an authority outside india, or (b) holds a degree of an indian university other than a degree in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry, and has been engaged in the compounding of drugs in a hospital or dispensary or other place in which drugs are regularly ..... 1948. the state council of pharmacy rejected their applications on the ground that the diploma certificate granted by the respondent 2 i.e., the karnataka state council of vocational education is not a recognised degree or diploma under the indian pharmacy act by the pharmacy council of india. it is on this ground, the state council of pharmacy refused to register the petitioners .....

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Aug 31 2001 (HC)

Society of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, Bangalore and anr. Vs. Bangalore Ma ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-31-2001

Reported in : AIR2002Kant31; ILR2002KAR94; 2002(2)KarLJ192

..... society or an organisation for helping people in need; the aim of giving money, food, help etc., to people in need'. section 2(15) of the income-tax act defines 'charitable purpose' thus:' 'charitable purpose' includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief and the advance of any other object of general public utility'.from the meaning given to 'charitable', 'charity' and 'charitable purpose ..... be determined is, what is the character of holloway college? can it be said to be, taken as a whole, charity school? now, i do not propose to attempt any definition of the word 'charity' as used in schedule 'b'. but i think there can be no doubt that the language of the schedule contemplates institutions whose primary object is the ..... appearing for the parties, the two questions that would arise for consideration in this petition, are--(i) what is the 'charitable hospital and dispensary' for the purpose of section 110(e) of the act?(ii) whether the impugned order annexure-n, dated 18th february, 2000 and notice annexure-a, dated 6th march, 2000 are liable to be quashed?re. question (i):7. nowhere ..... charitable hospital/dispensary; (2) by raising donations from the rich and affluent; (3) by free service rendered by the doctors and other social groups in the hospital. the resources raised from all these may not be sufficient to cater to the needs of large sections of poor ailing patients who require medical treatment and that too, with the high degree of competency and proficiency .....

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Nov 23 2001 (HC)

Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi and anr. Vs. Smt. Archna Patwari ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-23-2001

Reported in : ILR2002KAR22; 2002(3)KarLJ178

..... in the register under section 32(2) of the pharmacy act. to such a person section 32(1) has no application because section 32(1) only deals with persons either who have made application or who have obtained a degree or diploma in pharmacy during the period 30-10-1961 i.e., after the date appointed under sub-section (2) of section 30 and before 6 ..... of drugs in a hospital or dispensary or other place in which drugs are regularly dispensed on prescriptions of medical practitioners for a total period of not less than five years prior to the date notified under sub-section (2) of section 30'. section 32 deals with qualifications for subsequent registration which reads as under.--'32. qualifications for subsequent registration.--(1) after ..... registers of qualified pharmacists and to prohibit the dispensing of medicine on the prescription of a medical practitioner otherwise than by, or under the direct and personal supervision of a registered pharmacist, the pharmacy act was promulgated.12. section 10 of the pharmacy act deals with education regulations and prescribe the minimum standard of education required for qualification as a pharmacist ..... an indian university other than a degree in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry, and has been engaged in the compounding of drugs in a hospital or dispensary or other place in which drugs are regularly dispensed on prescriptions of medical practitioners for a total period of not less than three years, or(c) has passed an examination recognized as .....

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Nov 23 2001 (HC)

Rajanna Vs. Proprietor, Cupid Food Product

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-23-2001

Reported in : 2003ACJ250; [2003(96)FLR446]; ILR2002KAR1256; 2002(6)KarLJ191

..... not be able to lift heavy articles. he denies the suggestion that he does not have 40% permanent disability. 16. section 2(1)(i) of the workmen's compensation act is relevant to decide the real question of controversy. it deals with the definition of total disablement. it reads as under; ' 'total disablement' means such disablement, whether of a temporary or permanent nature ..... third (right humerus), fracture of right tibia and cerebral edema. he approached the commissioner contending that he sustained permanent disablement and there is 100% loss of earning capacity. the medical certificate provided 20% of disablement and the commissioner granted for 100% disablement. this court came to the conclusion and felt that there was no evidence to grant 100% loss ..... , gokak, belgaum. district v. nyaya mathasab ghouse sab muke and anr., wherein the workman was a driver whose little finger and ring finger had been amputated and the medical expert opined that the workman suffered only 50% of disablement. but the commissioner held that the injuries suffered by the workman has resulted in 100% disablement and this court ..... -applicant one dr. l. yoganarasimhachar, professor and head of the department of orthopaedics at k.r. hospital, mysore was examined as p.w. 3. taking into consideration the medical evidence available on record and the personal observation of the appellant-applicant by the commissioner, the commissioner came to conclusion that the appellant has sustained loss of earning capacity of .....

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May 31 2001 (HC)

Khaderbasha Vs. State by Sirvara Police

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-31-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)KarLJ257

..... to be aged between 16 and 18 years. prima facie thus she is not under 16 years of age within the description of 'sixthly' to section 375 of the indian penal code.on medical examination, rupture of hymen being found, prima facie, fatima having had sexual intercourse is made out.5. from the manner in which the petitioner-accused ..... criminal procedure code so far as warrant case instituted on a police report is concerned, is an integral one. except that in a warrant case instituted on a police report, section 239 provides for making such examination, if any, of the accused as the magistrate thinks necessary, in other respects, the procedure underlying that scheme in sessions caseand in ..... pleader, the manner in which the petitioner gained entry into the house and had sexual intercourse with fatima would prima facie lead to the conclusion that it was an act of rape. but, from the very description of the incident as made out by none else than fatima, i would agree with the learned counsel for the ..... taken as having rested on the evidence available in that particular case, because the division bench has made this clear observation at the end of paragraph 2 of the judgment:'the ingredients of section 415 of the indian penal code are very clear and in our considered view, the framing of a charge itself under ..... order1. heard on merits by consent.2. fatima lodged a complaint with the manvi police in raichur district, the gist of which is this: about a year prior to the date of the complaint .....

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Feb 16 2001 (HC)

Annappa Gangappa Kumbar and anr. Vs. C. Subramanyam and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-16-2001

Reported in : II(2001)ACC119; 2002ACJ728

..... wherein a similar view is held following the view in benham v. gambling (1941) 1 all er 7: (1941) ac 157. with the advanced medical preventive and curative techniques, the life expectancy of the infants is substantially improved and the problem of infant mortality has been overcome thanks to the positive achievements ..... suffered a depressed fracture of skull of parietofrontal region and was inpatient for three months. the trial court has also granted rs. 8,000 towards medical expenses and rs. 6,500 towards loss of income during treatment. the post-accident disability is spoken to by the doctor in his evidence and ..... after completion of the restrictive period for the child employment. perhaps keeping in view this logic, the legislature in second schedule to the motor vehicles act, 1988 has provided a structural compensation and without discrimination has applied the multiplier system even in the cases of the deaths of persons up to the ..... 1990, the father of the deceased channabasappa has made the claim, seeking compensation for the personal injuries sustained in the motor accident that occurred on 14.2.1990 at 5.30 p.m., near kamadod cotton spinning mill on p.b. road, ranebennur. the goods truck bearing registration no. tdw 6949 which ..... of m.v.c. no. 721 of 1990. m.f.a. no. 2596 of 1994 arises out of m.v.c. no. 722 of 1990.2. the two appeals arise out of the common judgment rendered by second additional district judge cum iii additional motor accidents claims tribunal, dharwad in m.v.c .....

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Sep 07 2001 (HC)

Mahendra Labs Private Limited, Bangalore Vs. State of Karnataka and Ot ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-07-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)KarLJ604

..... date for submission of samples upto 25-6-2001; last date for submission of tender 27-6-2001, the tenders will be opened on 2-7-2001.22. point no. 1,--section 1 provides for invitation of tenders. section 2 provides for terms and conditions. it provides for various certificates. it provides for submission of various documents including demand draft. emd, income-tax ..... tender document as it was not properly specified. on 21-4-2001, the meeting was convened in the presence of the director of health and family services, joint director, medical stores, joint (medical), additional drugs controller and drugs controller i/c and the deputy director (pharmacy). having discussed various aspects of the matter, the committee was decided to entrust the job ..... pack, it totally avoids heating for forming the blister cavities. it further provides for excellent barrier properties against water vapour, gases and light permeation and it provides for a high degree of thermal stability. they further say that policy decision cannot be questioned by the petitioner.7. the respondent 4 has also filed a statement of objection. they say that ..... invite my attention to chapter ii dealing with the drugs technical advisory board, the central drugs laboratory and the drugs consultative committee. they also refer to the standards of quality in terms of chapter iii and invite my attention to section 18 of the act in the matter of prohibition of manufacture and sale of certain drugs and cosmetics. counsel also relies .....

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Jun 14 2001 (HC)

State by Kalasa Police Vs. Babu

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-14-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)KarLJ315

..... were such that at the very highest, these could qualify for a conviction under section 325 of the criminal procedure code. we note with some degree of regret that the deceased, who was a poor man and who apparently had no other medical complications as emerges from the case papers, had probably lost his life because ..... p.w. 1 alone is sufficient to sustain the conviction, that there is ample corroboration from the evidence of p.w. 2-susheela and the medical evidence and the other supportive evidence and that on this material the order of acquittal should be set aside. he has also brought to ..... this is one of the few cases in which we have found that the evidence is almost totally free of any blemish. p.ws. 1, 2 and 6 are undoubtedly rustic villagers, but, it is clear from their depositions that they have not fabricated anything. it is also evident from the cross ..... he has emphasised that the oral evidence has been tested in the cross-examination and nothing is brought on record to indicate that p.ws. 1, 2 and 6 have any animus or hostility against the accused nor has it been demonstrated to us that their credibility has been impeached.3. on behalf ..... that there are too many infirmities in the evidence and accordingly acquitted the accused. the state has challenged the order of acquittal through the present appeal.2. we have heard the learned additional state public prosecutor, who has taken us through the entire record and his principal submission is that the evidence of .....

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