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May 13 2008 (HC)

Dr. Omprakash Lakhwani Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(3)MPHT360

..... to the post of assistant professor in the department of orthopedics in g.r. medical college, gwalior on the ground that his appointment is contrary to the rules framed by the medical council of india.2. facts of the case, briefly stated, are that the petitioner had obtained his mbbs degree from jiwaji university, gwalior in the year 1994. he had successfully completed three ..... . 6 be cancelled.8. learned counsel for the petitioner has also invited attention of this court to the schedule appended to the indian medical council act, 1956 to demonstrate that the subject of orthopedics is not recognised in g.r. medical college, gwalior.9. there is no dispute to the fact, in the present case, that the course of ms (orthopedics) is not ..... recognised in g.r. medical college, gwalior. however, the question is what is its effect.10. learned counsel appearing for the state of madhya pradesh, medical ..... petitioner and respondent no. 6 - had applied. there is no dispute that the essential qualification for appointment to the post of assistant professor is having ms degree from an institution in the course recognised by the medical council of india.12. respondent no. 6, in his return, has also contended that petitioner himself is not eligible for appointment as he does not .....

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Apr 28 1967 (HC)

Shah (Dr. D.R.) Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : (1969)IILLJ261Raj

..... .p.s (med.) (bom.) granted by the college of physicians and surgeons, bombay, is included in the first schedule to the indian medical council act, 1956, and recognized by this council. the question of its equivalency to the postgraduate degree does not arise.the council at its meeting held on 27 march 1955 noted the opinion of the executive committee that these f ..... .s. with necessary postgraduate qualification.note (1).--necessary post-graduate qualification means a post-graduate degree or any other qualification recognized as equivalent by medical council of india.note (2).--post-graduate diploma will be equal to a post graduate degree in such subjects in which such a degree is not awarded by any university.note (3).--public service commission may relax the prescribed number ..... . or canada.(b) must have practised independently for five years in medicine as independent incharge of a ward at least in a big hospital of grade i or ii or incharge of grade ii hospital including beds pertaining to this speciality.pay and the age same as for posts nos. 3 and 5, respectively. house job or residentship shall not count towards ..... rule 11(a)(i) government have power to recognize a qualification as equivalent to a degree in medicine and surgery of an indian university. under rule 11(a)(ii), the government have power to recognize a qualification of a foreign country as equivalent to a post-graduate degree or diploma of an indian university. but under rule 23 read with the schedule and .....

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Apr 24 2018 (SC)

Tamil Nadu Medical Officers Association Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... for higher education ), the state is not denuded of its power to determine the manner or method for making admissions to post-graduate medical courses; (ii) the relationship between entry 66 of list i and entry 25 of list iii has been considered by three constitution bench decisions of ..... p v gopal d tirthani8, this court has upheld the right of the state governments to set apart a definite percentage of seats at the post-graduate level in degree and diploma courses with a separate source of entry for a defined classes of persons. the exercise of such ..... the scheduled tribes, the other backward classes, the minimum marks shall be at 40th percentile. in respect of candidates as provided in clause (ii) above with locomotory disability of lower limbs, the minimum marks shall be at 45th percentile. the percentile shall be determined on the basis of ..... cum-entrance test shall vest with national board of examinations under overall supervision of the ministry of health & family welfare, government of india. (ii) 3% seats of the annual sanctioned intake capacity shall be filled up by candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70%: ..... degree courses, declare by issuance of a writ of mandamus or any other suitable writ/order/direction, regulation 9 (more particularly, regulations 9(iv) and 9 (vii) as being arbitrary, discriminatory and violative of article 14 and article 19(1)(g) of the constitution and also ultra vires the provisions of the indian medical council act .....

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Jan 27 2012 (HC)

Vivek Kumar Vs. State of Delhi and anr

Court : Delhi

..... health condition of one of his relatives and he left. he has never come back to the university. consequently, he did not study at the russian state medical university and no medical degree was awarded to him by the university.".24. both learned counsel for respondents submit that two communications are against the petitioner and communications are in favour of the ..... vide another letter received on 14.02.2011 from vice-chancellor of russian state medical university, that degree/ diploma is genuine..19. due to the controversy arose, the petitioner has filed instant petition and sought for quashing the aforementioned fir..20. learned counsel for petitioner ..... report in the court of learned magistrate wherein it was submitted that two different reports had been received regarding the authenticity of (m.d.) physician degree/ diploma issued to the petitioner from russian state medical university. in one of the reports being received through ministry of external affairs dated 14.01.2011 no diploma was issued to the petitioner, however, ..... on 09.08.2001 to 22.07.2004, respondent no.2 wrote numerous letters during the period mentioned above, to the councillor (education) indian embassy, masco through ministry of external affairs, south block, new delhi for confirmation and authenticity of the documents as required under section 13 (4) of the medical council act, 1956. vide a letter dated 29.12.2004, received .....

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Dec 17 2008 (HC)

Debabrata Dasgupta Vs. the State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : [2009(1)JCR281(Jhr)]

..... in the year 1983 by which the possession of a doctorate degree was made essential and mandatory. learned counsel for the petitioner refers to in this context to the m.c.i. regulations 1983 (annexure-12) which are regulations prescribed by the medical council of india under section 33 of the medical council act, 1966 and approved by the government of india vide notification dated ..... perusal of the aforementioned eligibility qualification, 1998, which has been brought on record by annexure 'a', it is evident that it is prospective and not retrospective, inasmuch as regulation 1 (2) reads as follows:they shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official gazette the date of publication in the official gazette as disclosed at the ..... on the ground that he does possess the requisite qualification for such promotion and his claim which he has been making ever since 1983, has been wrongly denied to him.2. facts of the petitioner's case in brief is that he was initially appointed as a tutor in the department of biochemistry on 03.09.1977 in the mahatma gandhi ..... i.e. on 05.07.1988, mr. dasgupta attained five years of teaching experience but did not possess doctorate degree in the subject of biochemistry. after thorough consideration, the claim of mr. dasgupta was disposed of by issuing notification no. 156(2) dated 16.06.2004 in favour of mr. dasgupta by promoting him to the post of associate professor with effect .....

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Mar 09 1988 (SC)

Government of Andhra Pradesh and anr. Vs. Dr. R. Murali Babu Rao and a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1988SC1048; JT1988(1)SC569; (1988)IILLJ84SC; 1988(1)SCALE542; (1988)2SCC386; [1988]3SCR173; 1988(1)LC706(SC)

..... particular as to the import of the term 'two years special training' within the meaning of regulation 5(2)(b) of the indian medical council regulations, 1970, framed under section 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956. we desired the indian medical council to specify the particular institution where such special training is imparted. it would be profitable to reproduce ..... , the teaching experience contemplated by rule 5 of the rules was the teaching experience gained by the assistant professor in the concerned speciality after obtaining the second post-graduation degree in that speciality. the government therefore included in the penal the names of dr. g. subramanyam, dr. a. rajagopala raju and dr. soghra begum, assistant professors ..... center in the speciality concerned, shall cease to be sufficient qualification for appointment to aforesaid teaching posts from that date.provided that the requirements of possessing postgraduate degree qualification in the concerned higher speciality shall not be applicable for higher appointments in the case of existing teachers holding regular teaching posts whose appointment was initially made ..... higher than tutor in higher specialities i.e. cardiology, neurology/gastro-enterology/thoracic surgery/neuro-surgery/plastic surgery/paediatric surgery/urology, the candidates must possess post-graduate degree qualifications in the speciality concerned i.e. d.m./m.ch. after m.d./m.s. or other equivalent qualification as may be approved by the council .....

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Aug 19 2013 (HC)

Dr. Shanti Bansal Vs. Union of India

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... whereby it has recommended to withdraw the recognition of m.d.(anesthesia) degree and d.a.qualifications granted to the s.s.medical college, rewa, under the a.p.s.university, rewa, in view of the provisions of section 19 of the indian medical council act, 1956. the learned counsel for the petitioners submitted that pursuant to ..... to not proceed further in the process of granting recognition to m.d.(anesthesia) and d.a.courses conducted by the s.s.medical college, rewa, for which degrees are issued by the a.p.s.university, rewa, as expeditiously as possible and while doing so it shall also consider the issue ..... learned counsel for parties and having recorded their statements and looking to the fact that the petitioners have been granted admission and have also been granted degrees in m.d.(anesthesia) and d.a.courses by the state after completion of the courses, this court is also of the view that this ..... under progress. it is submitted that initially after inspection, a report was submitted pursuant to which certain compliances have been made by the s.s.medical college, rewa. however, the matter could not be processed further on account of the fact that the fee, which was required to be paid ..... 8.2013 per r.s.jha, j. shri akash choudhury, advocate, for the petitioners.shri vijay pandey, deputy advocate general, for the state/ respondent nos.2 and 5. shri rajas pohankar, advocate, for respondent no.3. as the issues involved in both these petitions are identical in nature, they are heard and .....

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Aug 19 2013 (HC)

Dr.Jaikishan Anandani Vs. Secretary Union of India

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... whereby it has recommended to withdraw the recognition of m.d.(anesthesia) degree and d.a.qualifications granted to the s.s.medical college, rewa, under the a.p.s.university, rewa, in view of the provisions of section 19 of the indian medical council act, 1956. the learned counsel for the petitioners submitted that pursuant to ..... to not proceed further in the process of granting recognition to m.d.(anesthesia) and d.a.courses conducted by the s.s.medical college, rewa, for which degrees are issued by the a.p.s.university, rewa, as expeditiously as possible and while doing so it shall also consider the issue ..... learned counsel for parties and having recorded their statements and looking to the fact that the petitioners have been granted admission and have also been granted degrees in m.d.(anesthesia) and d.a.courses by the state after completion of the courses, this court is also of the view that this ..... under progress. it is submitted that initially after inspection, a report was submitted pursuant to which certain compliances have been made by the s.s.medical college, rewa. however, the matter could not be processed further on account of the fact that the fee, which was required to be paid ..... 8.2013 per r.s.jha, j. shri akash choudhury, advocate, for the petitioners.shri vijay pandey, deputy advocate general, for the state/ respondent nos.2 and 5. shri rajas pohankar, advocate, for respondent no.3. as the issues involved in both these petitions are identical in nature, they are heard and .....

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Sep 11 2013 (HC)

Nazia Khan Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... in countries outside india. with these objects the act was made. in the definition given in section 2(h) and 2(j) of the 1956 act, the recognized medical qualification and state medical council means are defined as under :- 7 2(h) recognised medical qualification . means any of the medical qualifications included in the schedules; 2(j) state medical council'' means a medical council constituted under any law for the time ..... and jabalpur university, are mentioned. it is categorically said that the aforesaid universities will confer the degree . of bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery, which is duly recognized medical qualifications by the indian medical council. the provisions of section 15 of the 1956 act gives certain right to the persons possessing qualification in the schedules to be enrolled 8 which read ..... last date of filling the on-line form to take part in the selection initiated by the psc for appointment on the post of medical officer. it is contended that only when a degree of mbbs is conferred on a candidate by the university established for the said purposes, such a candidate become eligible to be registered as ..... rotating internship to the satisfaction of the college authorities and university concerned for a period of 12 months, so as to become eligible for the award of the degree of bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery and full registration. this leaves no doubt that unless the rotating internship is completed, and a certificate of such satisfactory .....

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May 02 2008 (HC)

J. Sai Prasanna and ors. Vs. Medical Council of India Rep. by Its Secr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(4)ALD484; 2008(3)ALT678

..... medical degree courses of less than six years duration from institutions in erstwhile ussr shall not be eligible for registration; (ii) students successfully completing six years clinical courses in mci recognised institute on or after 01.07.1997 shall have to undergo one year internship after obtaining qualification and only such students shall be eligible for permanent registration under section 13(3) of the act ..... true intention of the legislature. this task very often raises the difficulties because of various reasons, inasmuch as the words used may not be scientific symbols having any precise or definite meaning and the language may be an imperfect medium to convey one's thought or that the assembly of legislatures consisting of persons of various shades of opinion purport to ..... to be recognised medical qualification for the purpose of section 13(3) without any further notification.24. sections 11, 12, 13(2), 13(3) or 13(4a) do not refer to 'medical college' but they refer to 'medical institution'. section 2(e) defines medical institution, as 'any institution within or outside india which grant degrees, diplomas or licences in medicine'. the term 'medical college' is not defined though section 10a provides that .....

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