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Nov 27 2013 (HC)

Sanjib Das Vs. State of W.B. and ors

Court : Kolkata

..... . certificates issued by the respondent nos.16 to 21 are not recognized in any of the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956. the petitioner relies on section 6 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 to contend that user of doctor or dr. without requisite permission, is a punishable offence. counsel for the respondent nos.14 and 15 contends that they obtained valid certificates from ..... maintenance of an all india register by the medical council of india which will contain the names of all medical practitioners possessing recognized medical qualification. section 2(d) of the 1956 act defines indian medical register to mean the medical register maintained by the council. section 21 of the 1956 act requires the council to maintain in the prescribed manner a register of medical practitioners.such register is deemed to be ..... nos.16 to 21 and the diplomas, degrees, certificates and licenses issued by them are recognized under the indian medical council act, 1956. section 15 of the 1956 act gives right to persons possessing qualifications in the schedule to the act of 1956 to be enrolled on any state medical register. state medical register is defined in section 2(k) of the 1956 act to mean a register maintained under any .....

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May 05 1960 (HC)

State Medical Faculty of West Bengal Vs. Kshiti Bhusan Dutt and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1961Cal31,64CWN842

..... two years of its establishment by the indian medical degrees act, 1916. by section 3 of that act, the right of conferring and granting certificates certifying that the person certified is qualified to practise western medical science is exercisable by certain authorities specified in the schedule of the indian medical degrees act, 1916. the schedule of the indian medical degrees act, 1916, included the state medical faculty in bengal of that time. there ..... rules thereunder. the governing body has no duty cast upon it under article 6-c to issue a certificate before the required scrutiny. in fact rule 5(3) definitely prohibits the grant of such certificate where the special board finds that the requirements of article 6-c are not fulfilled. the governing body, therefore, is expressly prohibited ..... the third edition of halsbury's laws of england, vol. 26 at page 72, such as general medical council v. spackman, 1943 ac 627, daty v. general medical council, 1952-2 all er 666 and ong bak hin v.general medical council, 1956-2 all er 257. to complete the references we need only mention the well-known principles on this ..... this scrutiny. the scrutiny has to satisfy three essential conditions namely, (1) that the applicant has completed a four years course of study in medicine in a recognised medical institution; (2) that the applicant has passedthe final examination of that institution and (3) that the applicant has been in actual practice of the western system of medicine (allopathy) since .....

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Mar 20 1933 (PC)

Emperor Vs. Satish Chandra Dutta

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1933Cal456

..... , criminal p. c, recommending that; an order of the deputy magistrate of dacca, convicting the accused satish chandra dutta under section 5, indian medical degrees act (act; 7 of 1916), and sentencing him to pay a fine of rs. 100 or in default to undergo simple imprisonment for one and half months, should be set aside by this court for ..... issue or hold himself out as entitled to confer, grant or issue any degree, diploma, license, certificate or other documents stating or implying that the holder, grantee or recipient is qualified to practice western medical science.2. section 5 of the act makes contravention of section 4 punishable in the manner provided by the section. it appears to be clear from the evidence in the case, and ..... upon the findings arrived at by the deputy magistrate who tried the case that the m.m.b. degree could be given only after the candidate for .....

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Aug 05 1994 (HC)

Mausumi Nandi Vs. University of Calcutta and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1995)1CALLT198(HC)

..... be considered as a whole. the aforementioned general information, as contained in annexure 'f' to the writ application, contains relevant rules for admission of candidates to dfferent post graduate medical degree and diploma courses of the calcutta university, clause 7 appears in paragraph iii of the said rules containing other procedural directives and informations.10. there cannot be any doubt nor ..... in the hospital quarter as a resident house physician. dr. nandi stated that she submitted her resignation letter to the principal, calcutta medical college on 1st february, 1994 and the application form for admission to post-graduate medical degree/diploma courses 1994 was submitted on 2nd february, 1994 to our office. it will be very much obvious from the said form that ..... to : (i) act and proceed according to law ;(ii) admit and allow your petitioner to be admitted to the m.d. (tropical medicine) course of the calcutta university for the session 1994-97 for admission to which she has been duly selected ;(iii) treat your petitioner as an eligible candidate for grant of admission to the said post-graduate medical degree course ;(iv) ..... that rule 7 of part iii of the general information disallowing candidates from applying for a degree course during the continuance of any other course is unreasonable arbitrary and violative of article 14 and 19(1)(g) and 21 of the constitution of india.2. admittedly, the petitioner was admitted to the post-graduate diploma course for the session 1993- .....

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Apr 24 2007 (HC)

Panchanan Ghosh Vs. State of West Bengal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : 2007(3)CHN337

..... post-graduate teaching institution;(b) qualifications;(i) mbbs degree plus post-graduate degree in any branch of medical science acquired from the universities of west bengal or from any other university/institution, equivalent qualification included in the first schedule, or the second schedule, or the third schedule in the indian medical council act, 1956 (107 of 1956);(ii) 10 years experience as professor/associate professor/reader ..... medical education branch.health/pa/(mes)/229/1m/159/95 dated, calcutta, the 3rd february, 1997.notificationin exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (1) of section 21, and with sub-section(4) of section 14, of the west bengal state health service act, 1990 (west bengal act 7 of 1990), the governor is pleased hereby to ..... refer to the notification dated 3rd february, 1997 issued by the government of west bengal, directorate of health & family welfare, medical education branch in exercise of power conferred under sub-section (1) of section 21 read with sub-section (4) of section 14 of the west bengal state health service act, 1990. the aforesaid rules are quoted below:government of west bengaldirectorate of health & family welfare .....

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Feb 04 1952 (HC)

Bijoy Ranjan Vs. B.C. Das Gupta, President, Governing Body, State Medi ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1953Cal289

..... functions as a body having the authority of the government. it appears that the state medical faculty has received statutory recognition and the power of conferring medical degrees or diplomas has been entrusted to this body by the indian medical degrees act (act 7 of 1916).9. in the case of -- 'in re g. a. natesan', 40 mad ..... , 54) were perhaps among the very few who according to the examiner did not fare as miserably as the other candidates, but there is no definite material before the court to show whom the examiner had in mind as falling within the exception.15. the decision of the governing body seems to ..... is, therefore, clear that the word 'person' in article 226 should be interpreted in the sense in which it has been used in section 3(39). general clauses act, 1897, which is as follows:' 'person' shall include any company or association or body of individuals whether incorporated or not.'8. thus, ..... but it appears that the learned counsel did not press this objection but ultimately waived it. it appears from the statute relating to this state medical faculty being clause 2 that the state medical faculty consists of -- (a) governing body, (b) fellows, (c) members and (d) licentiates, and it is stated by the ..... 25-7-1951 were of opinion that the answers of a large number of candidates were exactly similar and most of the answers in the 2 subjects of anatomy and physiology were verbatim copies of the language and other details of certain pages of grey's anatomy and chakravarti's ' .....

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Jul 26 1961 (HC)

Sardar Jaswant Singh Vs. Board of Secondary Education and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1962Cal20,65CWN1132

..... of its executive function. in the above case, it appeared that the state medical faculty had received statutory recognition, and the power of conferring medical degrees or diplomas had been entrusted to this body by the indian medical degrees act (act 7 of 1916). it was held that a writ in the nature of mandamus would lie against ..... appear to have any statutory force, has no application to the constitution of the managing committee of this school. it is true that a small section of the public, viz., the students and their guardians are interested as such in the school but that does not bring the office of the ..... the revised school code, correspond to the regulations framed by the syndicate of the said university. under the indian universities act (act no. viii) of 1904, section 25 (2) (provides that the senate, with the sanction of the government may from time to time make regulations consistent with the ..... the university of calcutta relates to 'recognition of schools and withdrawal thereof'. mr. dutt points out that this chapter has been set out in chapter ii of the 'handbook of information'. in my opinion, this argument is based on a misconception. the 'handbook of information' issued by the university of ..... act of incorporation to provide for all matters relating to the university. in particular, such regulations may provide for the .....

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Mar 23 1962 (HC)

G. F. Carter Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, CalcuttA.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : [1963]49ITR773(Cal)

..... partnership have the same meanings respectively as in the indian partnership act of 1932 : provided that the expression partner includes any person who being a minor has been admitted to the benefits of partnership.'this definition goes to show that even ..... is without any substance in all its branches. no doubt the income-tax act treats the firm as distinct from its partners in some of the sections but the income-tax act does not permit a firm to be considered as a separate legal entity. under section 2 of the income-tax act 'unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context firm, partner and ..... question was answered in the negative but the court referred to some of the sections mentioned by the learned advocate in the present case and the argument advanced that the definition of the word 'person' in section 3(42) of the general clauses act of 1897, read with section 4 of the partnership act, showed that a firm was a person. the court held that the ..... definition of the word 'person' occurring in section 3(42) of the general clause act could not be imported into section 4 of the indian partnership act. their lordships pointed .....

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Jan 25 1956 (HC)

David Mitchell Vs. Commr. of Income-tax, West Bengal

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1956Cal516,[1956]30ITR701(Cal)

..... was pointed out that the assessee had not merely refrained from pressing a case regarding the non-taxability of the annuities, but had definitely given up that case. thereafter, the assessee moved this court under section 66(2) of the act, his case being that while he would be content to suffer taxation on the annuities if only the annuities were taxed, he was ..... original reference, which is reference no. 70 of 1951, comprised five questions. the assessee wanted a sixth question to be referred and applied successfully to this court under section 66(2) of the act. in pursuance of the directions given on that application, the tribunal has referred a further question by a supplementary statement of case. that reference is reference no. 38 of ..... capital gains made by him by the sale of investements under the provisions of section 24 (2-a) and he was entitled to carry such portion of the loss as ..... from those two accounts to the taxation reserve account was a transfer, as contemplated by section 12-b; and that such transfer, which involved the renunciation of his personal rights to the amounts, constituted loss arising from the transfer within the meaning of section 24 (2-a) of the act. if it was such a loss, he was entitled to set it off against .....

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Jun 29 2010 (HC)

Dr. Tapas Roy Chowdhury Vs. the State of West Bengal

Court : Kolkata

..... .5. sri aloke kumar mukherjee, as father of the alleged victim, priyanko mukherjee, filed an application before the state consumer forum on 13.7.2005 under section 12a read with section 17 of the consumer protection act, 1986 and the same was numbered as s.c. no. 23/0/2005. by filing the said application, he claimed an amount of rs. 24 lakhs ..... to be taken, for it would be most fatal to the efficiency of the medical profession if no one could administer medicine without a halter round his neck.34. in kurban hussein mohammedali rangwalla v. state of maharashtra as reported in : (1965) 2 scr 622, while dealing with section 304-a of ipc, the following statement of law by sir lawrence jenkins in ..... to an offence, the element of mens rea must be shown to exist. for an act to amount to criminal negligence, the degree of negligence should be much higher i.e. gross or of a very high degree. negligence which is neither gross nor of a higher degree may provide a ground for action in civil law but cannot form the basis for prosecution ..... same is reproduced as follows:where a person, acting as a medical man etc., whether licensed or unlicensed, is so negligent in his treatment of a patient that death results, it is manslaughter if the negligence was so great as to amount to a crime, and whether or not there was such a degree of negligence is a question in each case for .....

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