Court : Madhya Pradesh
Reported in : 1991(0)MPLJ675
..... where the petitioners have done housemanship, are not recognised hospitals or incapable of imparting training as required under the 'regulations' approved by the government of india under section 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956. what is required under the 'regulations' is that the candidate should have done one year's housemanship in the subject in which he wants admission. a ..... in our opinion, in order to find an answer to the question whether in the context of selection of candidates for admission to post-graduate degree or diploma courses in various disciplines in any medical college when such a selection is to be made from amongst the institutional candidates, the preference based on completion of house job in the concerned ..... main question arising for consideration in the present case, it is necessary to bear in mind the fact that so far as admission to post-graduate degree and diploma course in various disciplines in medical colleges is concerned, by providing for selection of candidates on the basis of institutional preference, a classification is sought to be made with the candidates ..... . vishwavidyalaya adhiniyam, 1973 governing the subject. while ordinance no. 57 relates to post-graduate degree course in the faculty of medicine, ordinance no. 58 relates to post-graduate diploma course in the said faculty. the relevant provision for our present purpose is contained in clause (2) 2(a) of ordinance no. 58 according to which it is obligator}' for a candidate seeking .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR2005SC300; (2005)2CALLT1(SC); 2005(3)ESC358; 2004(9)SCALE404; (2005)1SCC45; (2005)1UPLBEC368
..... and came back with medical degrees which were not recognised by the mci. in order to regulate the registration to such persons who had completed their degrees abroad prior to 15.3.2001, the government framed guidelines dated 15.3.2001 which were placed before the court. the court took note of the provisions of amended section 13 of the act and the fact that ..... the case any more.10. mci also gathered information that many indian students who were not eligible for admission to medical degree courses had secured admission in russian medical institutes. some of these students had secured less than 50% marks in the 10+2 examination and many had not studied biology as a subject in school. besides, there were number of students who initially ..... provisions of the act, when such students either did not have 50% marks in 10+2 or did not have biology as one of the subjects or got admitted in unrecognised medical institutions or were getting the degrees in medicine without undergoing the complete duration of the medicine course and had got admission through private agencies:-'a) the students who complete their medical degree course of ..... petitioners it was recommended that question of the screening test may be put in the ratio of 1/3rd from pre-clinical and para-clinical subjects together and the remaining 2/3rd from clinical subjects.31. in the meeting held on 23.6.2004 while considering the written submissions made by the petitioners, for exempting them from appearing again in papers .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : AIR1995Raj102; 1994(3)WLC26; 1994(2)WLN294
..... must be an indian national.(b) a candidate, who holds a recognised mbbs degree from a recognised medical college or foreign medical degree included in the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956 and who has obtained full registration either from the medical council of india or any of the state medical councils after completing compulsory rotating internship shall be eligible to take up the competitive ..... and the admissions were given on the basis of all india examination for entrance to the medical colleges conducted by the respondents for filling up 25% pg seats in 70 medical colleges in 40 specialities including 2/ 3 years degree and 2/1 year diploma courses. we are of the view that in making the aforesaid allocation, the respondents had strictly followed the ..... 6. each candidate will be allowed to give option in order of preference for admission to post-graduate medical courses for maximum of 6 degrees and/or diploma course and at a maximum of 8 medical colleges/institutions.(i) options once given cannot be changed.(ii) the options given in the computer sheet will be considered as final.(iii) some of the universities ..... of convenience and ready reference the aforesaid candidates who were given admissions in terms of the aforesaid order are indicated below:name of candidatesname of speciality1. dr. neha mathurms (ophthal)2. dr. asheesh lalmd(gen. med.)3. dr. preet singh kangms (gen. sug.)4. dr. sharad c. agarwalmd (gen. med.)5. dr. tilak raj dangwalmd (gen. med.)6. dr. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
..... .d. mandhyan submits that aligarh muslim university was established by act of parliament i.e. act no.xl of 1920 amended by aligarh muslim university amendment act, 1981 (act 62 of 1981). section 6 of the a.m.u. act defines recognition of degrees of the university. if the nomenclature of any degree has been subsequently altered by the medical council of india and adopted by authorities concerned, then ..... and are presently serving as readers (now designated as associate professor) in bio-chemistry in the same department. their degrees are known as degrees in medical bio-chemistry. 3. dr. m.u. siddhiqui-respondent no.2; dr. khushtar a. salman-respondent no.3; najmul islam-respondent no.4 and dr. khursheed alam-respondent no.5, are m.sc. and ph.d. from the faculty ..... posts were re-advertised on 16.11.2009. the petitioners were informed with the detailed facts in pursuance to their application under r.t.i. act. the university has treated respondent nos.2 to 5 possessing ph.d. degree in bio-chemistry from faculty of medicine, aligarh muslim university, as eligible being qualified for appointment to the post of professor. they posses the ..... .2000 is fully financed and controlled by the central government. it is an instrumentality of the state and is bound by m.c.i. regulations. apprehending that the respondent nos.2 to 5 will be called for interviews, they prayed for interim directions. on 9.3.2010 the court directed that the interviews shall be held and the result will also .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
..... regard to the validity of the rules. it is stated in the counter of 1st respondent that the rules relating to admissions into post-graduate medical degree, dental and super-speciality courses in un-aided non-minority professional institutes in the state of andhra pradesh were issued vide g.o.ms.no. ..... in support of his contention that the state government is empowered to frame rules for regulating admissions into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses, placed reliance on the judgment of honble supreme court in the case of dr. ambesh kumar vs. principal, l.l.r ..... university or group of universities/institutions and except academic merit, there is no provision for giving any weightage marks for selecting the students into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses. in contrast, in the rules framed vide g.o.ms.no.93, dated 01.07.2013, 15% weightage marks can ..... mandatory in nature and therefore, the procedure prescribed by those regulations is to be followed for making admissions into post-graduate degree and diploma courses in the un-aided medical colleges in the state.18. sri vedula venkata ramana, learned senior counsel appearing for the 4th respondent-college submitted that ..... the post-graduate medical education regulations, 2000 framed under the indian medical council act, 1956, but they also run contrary to the directions issued by the honble supreme court in mridul dhars case (2 supra), and we also hold that the impugned rules are ultra vires of section 3 of act no.5 of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... of the chs rules, 1996 , the essential requisite qualifications for the post of an assistant professor are (i)recognised medical qualifications included in first or second schedule or part-ii of the third schedule of the mc act, 1956, (ii) post-graduate degree in concerned speciality and (iii) at least three years? teaching experience in the concerned speciality as a lecturer/tutor/ ..... shall be able to; i. recognize the importance to the concerned speciality in the context of the health needs of the community and the national priorities in the health section. ii. practice the speciality concerned ethically and in step with the principles of primary health care. iii. demonstrate sufficient understanding of the basic sciences relevant to the concerned speciality. ..... excludes central government from the expression person , is restricted in its application to sub-section (1) of section 10a of the act. it does not follow that the medical college established by the central government would not be a medical college within the meaning of the act. further, sub-section (1) to section 10a consists of clauses (a) and (b). clause (a) states that no ..... matter of the present writ petition.4. the pgme regulations, 2000 have been framed under the indian medical council act, 1956 (henceforth referred to as mc act, 1956, for short) in exercise of the power conferred by section 33 read with section 20 of the said act.5. before we comment on the legal matrix, we would first like to examine and elucidate .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... permission for the... petitioner's mbbs course for the subsequent academic sessions, on 13.07.2013 finally granted recognition to the... petitioner under section 11(2) of the indian medical council act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as the "act") for the award of a mbbs degree from west bengal university of health sciences.3. on 05.04.2017, the... petitioner submitted an application/scheme under ..... section 10a of the act to the respondent no.1, for starting a post-graduate course in ms (general surgery) with an intake of 14 students ..... and pointed out subsequent to the compliance verification assessment can be a ground for rejecting an application under section 10a of the indian medical council act, 1956. the second issue is whether, in light of regulation 6 of the onhc regulations as also regulation 11.2(a) of the pgme regulations, the... respondents can be allowed to refuse the grant of a lop ..... to a medical institute for starting a post-graduate course on the ground that its undergraduate mbbs degree course is deficient, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Reported in : AIR1985All188
..... one year of compulsory rotating internship required for purposes of obtaining the m.b.b.s. degree and full registration.' 9. since these recommendations have been approved as regulations under section 33 of the medical council act normally all the admissions in the post-graduate medical education in the country must be governed by these recommendations unless their applicability is specifically excluded by ..... worked as a full-time postgraduate student in a manner equivalent to housemanship requirements, in the department concerned before taking up the post-graduate courses. (ii) or worked in stale medical services, armed forces medical services or other equivalent services of public undertakings, local bodies, etc. for a period of three years after full registration provided that one year of ..... post-graduate admission. in the terms and conditions for, post-graduate admission issued by the principal of the college, a copy of which has been filed as s.a.2 to the supplementary affidavit dated 30-10-1984 of dr. kashyap a candidate must have completed one year's housemanship on 20th mar., 1984. the learned counsel for dr. ..... rehabilitation and 18 days -- leprosy. dr. r. k. gaur has done six months' housemanship in orthopaedics and 6 months in leprosy while dr. narendra kumar has done 11 1/2 months' housemanship in orthopaedics and 15 days in surgery. orthopaedic is allied department of surgery while leprosy, paediatric and rehabilitation are allied departments of medicine and as such dr. b .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... has led a very peculiar situation. by not getting their medical qualifications approved/recognised under second schedule of act, 1970, the hindi sahitya sammelan has ..... in entry no.105" to schedule ii is concerned, the high court observed as under:"from a bare reading of the aforesaid provisions of act, 1970, it will be seen that only degrees/certificates granted by the hindi sahitya sammelan, prayag between 1931 to 1967 alone have been held to be recognised medical qualification for the purposes of section 14 conferring a right to practice ..... , allahabad/prayag to get its medical qualifications i.e. vaidya visharad and ayurved ratna recognized and included in the second schedule. they have not represented in exercise of powers under section 14(2) of act, 1970 before the central government for inclusion of the said qualifications in the second schedule at any point of time in respect of degrees/certificates granted subsequent to 1967. this .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
..... working hours for the post graduate degree students in the medical colleges affiliated to the third respondent university.3. the medical council of india (mci) have filed a counter affidavit inter alia contending that in exercise of powers conferred under sections 20 and 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956, the mci has published the post graduate medical education regulations, 2000, which was ..... approved by the government of india and as per clauses 13.2 & 13.3, of the said regulation, all candidates joining post graduate training ..... details about their working hours, hours of sleep number of extended-duration shifts etc. it is reported that a total of 2,737 interns took part in the survey. it has been stated that in the us medical students, who are doing their internship (first year of postgraduate clinical training) regularly work in the clinic for longer than 24 ..... has sought for a direction upon the respondents to prescribe working hours, weekly off, leave including maternity leave, holidays, etc. for the post graduate degree students in medical colleges affiliated to the third respondent university.2. the case of the petitioner is that a candidate, who joins a post graduate programme in any one of the affiliated colleges of the third .....Tag this Judgment!