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Dec 19 2013 (HC)

Dr.J.Harikrishna Pillai Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

..... which two years as resident medical officer in a hospital recognised by medical council of india/central council of homoeopathy".15. the impugned conditions ..... of professional experience out of which two years as resident medical officer in a hospital attached to a homoeopathic college. the qualification shall be the one included in second schedule of homoeopathy central council act, 1973. or post graduate medical degree in concerned subject recognized by the medical council of india with four years professional experience out of ..... essential qualifications a. (i) a recognised diploma after 4 years' study or a degree in homoeopathy. or (ii) a degree recognised by the medical council of india preferably with qualifications included in the iii schedule of the homoeopathy central act, 1973. w.p.(c) nos. 20434/2012-u, 20502/2012 & 21834/2012-d12b. three years teaching experience as reader ..... or asst.professor or ten years teaching experience in the subject concerned in homoeopathic or allopathic medical college .....

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Jan 08 2003 (HC)

Vanchiyoor Madhom Dhanwanthari Sannidhanam Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Reported in : AIR2003Ker188; 2003(1)KLT520

..... the notification issued by the government of west bengal. even a report lodged by the sub inspector of police, under sections 417 and 420 of the indian penal code read with section 5 of the indian medical degree act, 1916, sections 30 and 31 of the bengal medical act, 1914 etc., was under challenge. the factual position in that case was totally different from the present set of cases ..... . p8).14. so far as this aspect of the matter is concerned, it deserves notice that the conditions of eligibility forregistration etc., have been laid down in section 23. under clause (1) sub-clause (ii) even persons who have been practising for a period of five years preceding the first day of april, 1953 were made eligible for registration. still further, in ..... the proviso, it was laid down that 'no practitioner shall be registered under clause (ii) after the expiration of one year, or such other longer period as may be fixed by the government.' the obvious implication was that the application for registration on the basis ..... not fulfil the prescribed qualifications and are not duly registered under the relevant statute be permitted to practise as vaidyas?' this is the core of the controversy in this case.2. we have a bunch of 46 petitions. out of these, o.p. nos. 27784 and 21923 of 2002 form one part and the remaining 44 petitions constitute the second part .....

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Aug 21 2009 (HC)

The Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology Vs. the University ...

Court : Kerala

Reported in : 2009(3)KLJ185

..... , is also extracted herein for ready reference.in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 11 of the indian medical council act, 1956 the central government after consulting the medical council of india, hereby makes the following further amendments in the first schedule to the said act, namely in the said first schedule against 'calicut university, calicut' under the heading ..... even more frequent verification and assessment of the facilities that are provided in any medical institution by the mci which exercises statutory powers. a notification issued under section 11(2) of the act is an act of considerable import, in the statutory scheme. a degree offered by any medical institution is eligible to be treated as a recognized qualification only if it is ..... of a 'private college 1 under section 2(16) of the calicut university act would include a college maintained by an educational ..... extracted section 68a of the university act and it is significant to note that the section contains a non-obstante clause. it was brought in by the university laws amendment act 9/95. section 68 a became part of the act on the introduction of chapter 8 a in the calicut university act. it is a special provision in respect unaided colleges. the definition .....

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Jan 30 2003 (HC)

Benny Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Reported in : AIR2003Ker208; 2003(1)KLT850

..... without delay. however, as at present, the short question that arises is - can the government be compelled to make reservation of not less than 3% seats in postgraduate degree and diploma medical courses? 14. in section 39 a provision for reservation of seats in educational institutions for the handicapped has been made. the provision reads as under ..... seats available for each specialty is different. it varies from 2 to 32 for the degree courses. however, the maximum number of seats are available in general surgery. out of these 32, 15 are available at the trivandrum medical college, 7 at kottayam medical college, 9 at kozhikode medical college and 1 at alleppey medical college. the question that arises is - can the ..... and state governments would constitutecoordination committees. definite functions have been assigned to these committees. in chapter iv, provision for prevention and early detection of disability was made. in chapter v, provision for providing opportunities for education have been made. 11. chapter vi of the act primarily deals with providing opportunities for employment under section 32, the state government has to ..... year 2001. the number of seats etc. available in different specialties have been given in annexures i and ii. annexure i gives the details of the seats available at the five medical colleges in the state for post graduate degree courses. annexure ii deals with the number of seats available for the diploma courses at the said colleges. a perusal of the .....

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Feb 23 2016 (HC)

Dr. D. Radhakrishnan Pillai Vs. The Travancore Devaswom Board represen ...

Court : Kerala

..... minimum standards of medical education required for granting recognized medical qualifications other than postgraduate medical qualifications by the universities or medical institutions, while section 20 gives a power to the council to prescribe minimum standards of postgraduate medical education. the universities must necessarily be guided by the standards prescribed under section 20(1) if their degrees or diplomas are to be recognised under the medical council act. we, therefore, disagree ..... the reach of the candidates who seek admission for engineering colleges. it is not a very high percentage of marks that has been prescribed as minimum of 60% downwards, but definitely higher than the mere pass marks. excellence in higher education is always insisted upon by a series of decisions of this court including dr.preeti srivastava case. if higher minimum ..... grants commission (minimum qualifications for appointment of teachers and other academic staff in universities and colleges and other measures for the maintenance of standards in higher education) regulations, 2010. regulation 2 states that the minimum qualifications for appointment and other service conditions of university and college teachers, librarians and directors of physical education and sports as a measure for the maintenance .....

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Jul 08 2015 (HC)

Dr.Sreekumar.G.S Vs. Commissioner of Entrance Examinations

Court : Kerala

..... quota as well to qualify the post graduate medical entrance examination 2015 for seeking admission to post graduate medical degree/diploma courses in the state of kerala, in breach of section 5(4) of the kerala medical officers admission to post graduate medical courses under service quota act, 2008 kerala medical officers admission to post graduate medical courses under service quota act, 2008. ii)(b) declare that clause 4.4 is ..... illegal to the extent it requires the candidates belonging to service to well to qualify the post graduate medical entrance examination 2015 for seeking admission to post graduate medical degree ..... /diploma courses in the state of kerala, in breach of section .....

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Mar 31 2016 (HC)

Dr. S. Geethu Vs. Kerala University of Health Sciences Represented By ...

Court : Kerala

..... the gazette as mandated by section 46 of the kuhs act. the mere fact that the petitioners were admitted to the postgraduate medical course at a time when the kuhs regulations were in force does not make it valid for the entirety of the course or thereafter. i am not however invalidating the admissions made or the postgraduate medical degree granted pursuant to the kuhs ..... medical laboratory technology. the academic council is not better equipped than the post-graduate medical education committee consisting of 9 members all of whom possess post-graduate medical qualification as per section 20 (2) of the act. what then is the rationale and justification of the university to impose stricter conditions in ..... academic council of the university is 57 and the quorum for its meeting shall be 11 being one-fifth of the total members or 10 whichever is less as per section 25(2) of the act. the motley crowd of 10 members in the academic council can even be made out of professors from dental, ayurveda, homeopathy, nursing, pharmacy colleges and from ..... permissible in the theory and practical (including clinical and viva-voce examination) is clause 14(4) thereof which is extracted hereunder:- 14(4)(b) theory: (i) x x x x (ii) x x x x (iii)the theory examinations shall be held well in advance before the clinical and practical examination, so that the answer books can be assessed and evaluated .....

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Sep 03 1987 (HC)

Mrs. Usha Abraham Vs. Abraham Jacob

Court : Kerala

Reported in : AIR1988Ker96

..... . alfred robert jones, air 1934 all 273. the court held : 'we are not bound by the definition of an'idiot' as found in medical literature. wehave to read the word 'idiot' used in section 19,divorce-act, as a word used in its ordinarysignificance.' the term 'idiocy' has been explained by prof. modi in ..... , attachment and affection which persons with weaker intellects may also feel and the discernment or soundness of judgment while contracting marriage is of lesser degree than in the case of an ordinary contract. it will suffice to say that persons solemnising marriage must possess a mental capacity sufficient to ..... contract of marriage and the duties and responsibilities entailed by it. it is not possible to define in more precise terms the extent or the degree of mental capacity. broadly, the mental incapacity to enter into marriage should approximate to mental capacity which disables a person from entering into contracts ..... . durham, (1885) 10 pd 80, the contract of marriage is a very simple one, which does not require a high degree of intelligence to comprehend.' in daniel v. saraia, ilr (1976) 2 ker 357 this court relying on the decision in mt. titli's case held : 'it cannot be said that every ..... degree of unsoundness of mind effects the capacity to give consent to a marriage. unlike the understanding required for the .....

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Jan 30 2013 (HC)

Santhosh Varma Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

..... registered against the accused persons under ss.120(b), 420 r/w s.34 ipc and s.15(3) of the indian medical council act, 1956, s.38 of the travancore cochin medical practitioners' act, 1953 and s.6 of the indian medical degree act, 1916. after considering the evidence, the lower court acquitted the accused, finding that the offences alleged against them have not been proved. while ..... respondents submitted that there is nothing to be expunged because the lower court only observed about the ingenuous methods by which the investigation was conducted crl.mc no.681/07 2 by the investigating officer, the haste shown in arresting the accused etc. and nothing more.4. the learned public prosecutor submitted that the matter should not have been dealt with ..... alleged in the petition that the observations were made against the principles laid down by the apex court in such matters and without giving an opportunity of hearing to him.2. heard the learned counsel for the petitioner. the learned counsel submitted that the petitioner has conducted the investigation, but, it was not he, who had made the arrest and it .....

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May 28 2015 (HC)

Reji P.Alex Vs. S.Jalajamani and Others

Court : Kerala

..... the compensation as follows: head of clam amount awarded in rupees pain and sufferings 60000 loss of amenities of life inconvenience and discomforts caused 60000 medical and treatment expenses 362575 transportation expenses 21900 damage to clothing 400 bystander expenses 21400 extra nourishment 5000 loss of earning 7000 x 5 35000 disability caused ..... one of the aspects to be considered is the necessity to provide proper amount for future treatment also. since going by exts.a22 and a23 medical certificates sinus discharge is often there and he will have to continue the treatment.20. as far as bystander's expenses are concerned, he was ..... had discharge of sinuses on his leg which needs continuous treatment.7. ext.a23 dated 12.11.2009 is another discharge summary issued from pushpagiri medical college hospital, thiruvalla. the said certificate will show that as on that day he was walking with full weight bearing. a mild anterior bowing ..... had undergone four surgeries namely on 26.10.2005, 22.10.2006, 7.11.2007 and 7.11.2009. ext.a9 (1) is the medical certificate issued from century hospital. it will show that he was admitted on 18.1.2003 immediately after the accident. he had compound communited fracture both ..... , further treatment is necessary.9. ext.a8 is the disability certificate issued by the medical board of the general hospital, pathanamthitta. m.a.c.a.no.2340 of 2010 -6- there they have noted shortening of 2 c.m. of right leg. partial ankylosis of right ankle and stiffness of all .....

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