Court : Mumbai
Reported in : (1995)97BOMLR600
..... mentioned in first schedule to the indian medical council act. the decree by the marathwada university is recognized degree but it has been pointed out that the medical council of india has not been satisfied with the standards of instruction, equipment, accommodation and staff provided in nanded medical college. there is, therefore, no recognition and under section 19(4), the medical council can prescribe as to when ..... learned counsel for the petitioners has contended that the petitioner nos. 1, 3 and 4 are already accommodated in the post graduate medical courses under the above orders dated 16-2-1994. they need not be disturbed. petitioner no. 2- dr. govind s/o ramkaran varma is being considered for the seat which has been surrendered from the quota of all india competitive ..... examination. the respondent may consider the case of this petitioner no. 2 on merits.16. the learned counsel for the interveners has contended that the interveners nos. 1 to 14 do not press their claim and that they seek to withdraw from ..... in writ petition no: 619/1994 succeed, the petitioners in writ petition no. 1662/ 1994 must fail and in the event of first writ petition failing the second should succeed.2. the petitioners in writ petition no. 619/1994 have passed m.b.b. s. examination from marathwada university in the year 1993. they went through m.b.b.s. course .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2003(4)ALLMR198; 2004(2)BomCR158; 2003(4)MhLj974
..... govt., for getting d. m. (cardiology) qualification recognised as a medical qualification for the purposes of indian medical council act, 1956 and, therefore, the said degree awarded by the bombay university to the petitioner is not a recognised medical qualification for the purpose of this act.13. it is further contended by mr. bhangde that sub-section (2) of section 11 requires that the central govt., before recognizing the ..... medical qualification for the purposes of this act, is required to have a ..... consultation with the indian medical council and it is .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
..... dar es salaam, tanzania as equivalent to md degree in tanzania; and (ii) that the medical degrees offered to the said international medical & technological university, tanzania are recognized by medical council of tanzania and the mbbs graduates of the said university are eligible for registration as medical practitioners by the medical council of tanzania under the provisions of the medical practitioners & dentists act, cap 152 of the laws of tanzania ..... training in an institution in india without obtaining permission of the central government/mci as required under section 10a. the petitioners have been held not to be eligible for the grant of provisional registration since they had undergone a part of their studies for the medical degree in pune between 2005 and 2007. 5. in support of the petition, learned counsel appearing on ..... the grant of registration certificates to students who had completed their studies at institutions outside india. on 22 october 2010, the second petitioner made an application for provisional registration under section 25 (1) to the first respondent. the application was rejected by a communication dated 8 january 2011. the ground on which the application has been rejected is that a similar .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2007(2)ALLMR612; 2007(3)MhLj275
..... dismissed. however, it is made clear that as far as the petitioners, who claim to hold degree or diploma in electropathy or homeo-electropathy, may practice in electropathy or electrotherapy without registration as medical practitioners in view of proviso to sub-section (2) section 2 of the maharashtra medical practitioners act. at the same time it is also made clear that they will not be entitled to practice ..... come within the definition of medical practice which necessarily requires registration. such practice without registration is prohibited and punishable under section 33. as such persons do not hold recognised medical qualification under the central act, they are also not entitled to be registered as medical practitioners. as long as their practice is limited to the exception covered under the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 2 of the state ..... to ensure that unqualified persons are not allowed to practice in this field. the scheme of the act as far as it is relevant for the purpose of these petitions may be stated in brief. the important definitions of section 2(1) of the central act are as follows:2(le) 'indian medicine' means the system of indian medicine commonly known as ashtang ayurveda, siddha or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 1983CriLJ1654
..... further, since the conclusion about the vulnerability of the impugned order is manifest. on the same clarity of reasoning provisions of section 161 of the bombay police act would not be applicable to the facts of the instant case and as such no question of limitation would arise.14. ..... section 270 of the government of india act and the test laid down is that a public servant can only be said to act or to purport to act in the discharge of his official duty if his act is such as to lie within the scope of his official duty. by way of illustration it was indicated that a government medical ..... was placed, though slightly in the different context by this court, while interpreting the provisions of section 197 of the code in gorakh mahale v. state of maharashtra 1965 man lj 94 : 1965 (2) cri lj 193, when it was observed that the terminology implied therein as 'under colour of ..... office' would have the similar consideration for its construction as is required to be done in the one used in section 197 of the code of criminal procedure ..... act. when they were produced before the 30th court kurla for remand, two of them ventilated a grievance that they have been ill-treated by shri pawar, deputy commissioner of police zone-v, whose office is located in the precincts of matunga police station. the court remanded them to judicial custody with a direction that they be medically examined.2 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : AIR2000Bom86; 2000(2)ALLMR181; 1999(3)BomCR644
..... seeks to challenge the rules framed by the government of goa for admission to the post-graduate degree courses of goa university at goa medical college, bambolim. 2. till the year 1997, the admissions to the post-graduate degree and diploma courses of the goa university at goa medical college were governed by the rules which were comprised under notification no. 13/6/80 - e ..... student. in fact, even those observations can be of no assistance to the petitioner's as the same were in a context with the provisions contained in section 65 of the maharashtra universities act, 1994 which requires that the model rules for admission should be published in university gazette or official gazette six months in advance for the benefit of the students ..... ), taking a review of the various provisions of indian medical council act, 1956 has observed that amongst other things, the said act is concerned with the determination and co-ordination of standards of training in the medical institutions. it has been observed by the apex court therein that sections 16,17,18 and 19 of the said act speak of 'the courses of study and examination ..... . in that regard, the apex court has clearly held therein that 'so does section 20 empowers the council to prescribe standards of post-graduate medical education but for the guidance of the universities only.' the apex court has further observed:- 'it is thus clear that the act does not purport to deal with, regulate or provide for admission to graduate or post-graduate .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 1998(2)ALLMR630; 1998(4)BomCR16
..... for selection for admission to the post-graduate courses (degree and diploma ) in the medical colleges in the state in accordance with the criteria laid down by indian medical council. this does not in any way encroach upon the regulations that have been framed under the provisions of section 33 of the indian medical council act. on the other hand in order to promote ..... institutions it comes within the competence of the council to prescribe the necessary qualification of the candidates who may seek admission into the medical college......on the other hand thelanguage in regulation ii which relates to selection of candidates clearly goes to indicate that the council itself appears to have been aware of the limitation on its powers to ..... seats, 108 seats were reserved for scheduled castes and another 108 seats were reserved for scheduled tribes. when the result of pre-medical examination was published only 18 seats in the category of scheduled castes and 2 seats in the category of scheduled tribes could be filled because the other candidates could not acquire the qualifying marks laid down under ..... of study and of determining curricula and the general control of leaching within the university and was responsible for the maintenance of the standards thereof. under sub-section (2)(h) of the act these powers include the power to make regulations regarding the admission of students to the university or prescribing examinations to be recognised as equivalent to university examinations or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai Aurangabad
..... mbbs and bams are at par is not correct. these degrees are in the different streams of medicine and may not be treated as equivalent. it is submitted that the medical education and drugs department, government of maharashtra, vide notification dated 25.11.1982, made an amendment in section 25 of the act of 1961 whereby the ayurvedic practitioners enrolled on the state register ..... on contract basis in national child health scheme. moreover, the guidelines issued by the national child health programme ( nchp for short) provides for the establishment of mobile teams consisting of 2 medical officers (1 male and 1 female), more particularly related to ayush (bams/bums/bhms/yoga) and 1 pharmacist and 1 nurse. it is further the case of the petitioner ..... grounds taken in the petition, annexures to the petition, written notes of argument submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner, reply and additional reply filed by respondent nos. 2 and 6 and also the reply filed by respondent no.5. admittedly, the qualification possessed by the petitioner does not find mention in the advertisement. the main bone of contention ..... child health team) to be held pursuant to the advertisement dated 19.07.2014. 2. it is the case of the petitioner that he completed his bachelor of unani medicine and surgery degree from the maharashtra university of health sciences, nashik in the year 2011. he is a medical practitioner, duly registered with the maharashtra council of indian medicine, mumbai. according to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 1998(1)ALLMR469; 1998(3)BomCR386; (1998)1BOMLR389; 1998(3)MhLj164
..... without india, which grants degrees, diplomas or licences in medicine; (h) 'recognised medical qualifications' means any of the medical qualificationsincluded in the schedules; section 11 deals with recognition of medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india. the first schedule to the act enlists medical qualifications granted by the universities or medical institutions in india, which have been recognised. sub-section (2) of section 11 provides for recognition to ..... other such institution recognised by a university as an institution in which a person may undergo the training if any, required by his course of study before the award of any medical qualification to him ..... -1-1997 18. for deciding the contentious issues, it is necessary to consider the provisions of the i.m.c. act, 1956. the provisions, which are relevant for the petition are sections 2, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 33. section 2 deals with the definitions and those relevant for the present purpose are reproduced herein below ;(a) 'approved institution' means a hospital, health control or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : (2002)2BOMLR272; 2002(1)MhLj906
..... the schedules; (k) 'state medical register' means a register maintained under any law for the ..... medicine; (h) 'recognised medical qualification' means any of the medical qualifications included in ..... third schedule to the imc act and also having undergone the training as required under section 12(2) of the imc act. 4. it would be convenient at the outset to set out the relevant provisions of the imc act, 'section 2. definitions : (d) 'indian medical register' means the medical register maintained by the council; (e) 'medical institution' means any institution, within or without india, which grants degrees, diplomas or licenses in .....Tag this Judgment!