Court : Karnataka
Reported in : ILR2005KAR3194; 2005(6)KarLJ410
..... karnataka conduct of entrance test for admission to post graduate medical, dental, degree and diploma courses rules 2003. the said rules have been made in exercise of powers conferred under section 14 of the karnataka educational institutions (prohibition of capitation fee) act, 1984, section 2(g) of the said rules defines in-service candidates as follows:'2(g) 'in-service candidate' means, persons belonging to the health ..... of the state. the aggrieved person has to make an application under section 14 of the act to the administrative tribunal constituted under the act for the redressal of his grievance.24. the definition of 'in-service candidates' as provided in karnataka conduct of entrance test for admission to pg medical and dental degree and diploma courses rules 2003 includes not only the persons belonging to ..... health and family welfare services but also the persons belonging to medical education services, employees of state .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 119(2005)DLT66; 2005(2)ESC1355; 2006(1)SLJ256(Delhi)
..... for 15 years of minimum qualifying service(without weightage) actually rendered for earning service pension. grant of service pension is regulated by regulations under section ii of pension regulations dealing with service pension and gratuity, while section iv of the pension regulations incorporates provisions relating to disability pension.13. regulation 183 of pension regulations for the army, 1961(part-i) provides ..... his disability `mylagia back' was assessed at 33% for two years and was, accordingly, granted disability pension. the same was, however, stopped w.e.f.24.2.1988 by ccda(p) on re-survey medical board, held in february, 1988, assessing his disability less than 20%. the decision in this regard was, however, communicated to the petitioner in august, 1990 only ..... has not rendered sufficient service to qualify for service pension, he would still be entitled to service element of disability pension to the extent indicated in (b)(i) or (ii), as the case may be. there is, thus, absolutely no justification on the part of the respondents to have denied service element of disability pension to the petitioner on ..... 's request for a review medical board. had the respondents acted on the request of the petitioner within a reasonable time, the petitioner would not have been denied of his legitimate claim of disability element of disability pension for all these years. the findings of resurvey medical board held in july, 2002 assessing. the petitioner's degree of disability at 30 per .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 1998IIAD(Delhi)457; 71(1998)DLT45; 1998(44)DRJ350
..... of india, new delhi held on 17.9.1997 which suggests that the committee, after a unanimous opinion, decided that (a)the students who complete their medical degree course of less than six years duration from institutions in erstwhile u.s.s.r. shall not be eligible for registration because of the fact that the duration of m. ..... have to undergo one year internship after obtaining the qualification..... (e)the students who are initially admitted in an institution not recognised by the medical council of india and later on migrated and obtained the degree from recognised medical institutions in erstwhile u.s.s.r.will not be eligible for any kind of registration in india. (13) the respondent has produced a ..... .1994; that clause (a) thereof suggests that the executive committee decided to permit mci sponsored candidates to undergo intemship training in india after completing 5th year medical course in the country provided they submit provisional degree certificate in original by the dean for the foreign students duly certified and attested by the indian embassy at moscow or the 3 russian embassy at ..... n.g. nandi, j. (1) in this petition under sections 11 and 12 of the contempt of courts act, 1971, the petitioner has been alleging willful disobedience of the orderdated 6.8.1997 passed in civil writ petition no. 1146/96. (2) it has been the say of the petitioner that in civil writ petition no. 1146/96,relief was sought in the matter .....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 : Delhi
Reported in : AIR1998Delhi325; 73(1998)DLT157; 1998(45)DRJ493
..... eye view of the relevant provisions of the indian medical council act, 1956. in section 2, medical education has been defined as,'the recognized medical education means any of the medical qualifications included in the schedules. the relevant provision is section 13(3) of the indian medical council act, 1956, and the same reads as under:-- '13(3) -- the medical qualifications granted by medical institutions outside india which are included in part ..... act. according to mr. rohtagi, the schedule also ..... submitted that the medical qualification granted by medical institution outside india which are included in part (ii) of schedule iii shall also be recognized medical qualifications for this act. he submitted that the petitioner had successfully obtained the ultimate degree from a recognized institution. respondent no. 1 now cannot be permitted to go behind the degree. this would be contrary to the spirit of section 13 of the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 130(2006)DLT410
..... of india had taken an executive decision on the 17th september, 1997 prohibiting certain candidates from enrolment on the medical register despite possessing the recognised medical qualifications. this decision was in the following terms:a) the students who complete their medical degree course of less than 6 years duration from institutions in erstwhile ussr shall not be eligible for registration because of the ..... of one year but had obtained distinction. he was admitted to the medical course at the tashkent state medical institute. the degree awarded by this institute known as the md physician is a duly recognised medical qualification under schedule iii, part ii of the indian medical council act, 1956 as per section 13(3) of the enactment.the petitioner has submitted that he was selected under the indo ..... be given to the language actually used by that most distinguished judge.in home office v. dorset yacht co. 1970 (2) all er 294 lord reid said, 'lord atkin's speech... is not to be treated as if it was a statute definition. it will require qualification in new circumstances.' megarry, j. in (1971) 1 wlr 1062 observed : 'one must not, of ..... course, construe even a reserved judgment of even russell l.j. as if it were an act of parliament.' and, in herrington v. british railways board (1972) 2 wlr 537 lord morris said:there is .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... any course of study or training except with the previous permission of the central government obtained in accordance with the provisions of the act. sub- section (2) thereof provides that every person or medical college desirous of opening a medical college or increase its admission capacity in any course of study or training, including a post graduate course of study or training shall ..... the additional intake must be running an mbbs course recognized by the medical council of india which recognition is recognition granted by the medical council of india under section 10a of the indian medical council act and not recognition for the award of degree of mbbs as per section 11(2) of the indian medical council act.19. mr. sengh, learned sr. advocate further submitted that the ..... 2011 page 25 of 110 under clause 2 of the said regulations the "medical college" is defined as any institution by whatever name called in which a person may undergo a course of study or training which will qualify him for the award of any recognized graduate medical qualification. in the background of the said definition, the counsel drew attention of this court ..... to clause 8 which refers to the "grant of permission" and clause 3 of the same which states that the permission to establish a medical college and admit students may be granted initially for a .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Jammu and Kashmir
..... for the post of deputy 20 medical superintendent must have mbbs degree or other recognized medical qualification from university/institute mentioned in ist/iind schedule/part ii of the iiird schedule, indian medical council act, 1956. in the last case, such degree must also fulfil the conditions stipulated in section 13(3) of the act. in addition to the aforesaid mbbs or recognized medical degree, a candidate must also have post ..... in complete derogation of the other provisions contained in section 11(2) read along with section 2(h) and schedule i to the indian medical council act, it cannot be held that such qualification can be taken as recognized medical qualification. it follows that schedules i, ii and iii do not only mention the universities or medical institutions but also the degrees awarded/granted by such institutions. in other words ..... reference is to the degree awarded. to illustrate, while a college or medical institution .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
Reported in : 1991(I)OLR134
..... by him.2. admittedly the degree obtained by the petitioner has not been included in the first schedule appended to the medical council act. section 11 of the indian medical council act contains provision relating to recognition of medical qualification granted by universities or medical institutions. such medical qualifications which are included in the first schedule are to be recognised as medical qualifications for the purposes of the act. sub-section (2) provides that ..... any university or medical ..... institution desirous of granting medical qualification not included in the first schedule might apply to the central government to have such qualification recognised whereupon the central government after consulting the council may by notification amend the first schedule so as to include such qualification therein. admittedly, the m. d. degree in t. b .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : AIR2003P& H213
..... completion of practical training or rendering service as envisaged under sub-section (4). thus, the question of imposition of passing of screening test despite ..... prescribed period in employment in a resident medical capacity in any approved institution or the medical service of the armed forces of the union, as the case' may be, shall, be entitled to registration in the state medical register under section 15 of the act. thus, the moment a candidate has been provided provisional registration under sub-section (2) of section 25, becomes entitled to permanent registration upon ..... having been applied and reflected in pursuant to section 13(3) of the act and the said institutions having been included in part-ii of the third schedule provided to the act. thus, the acquisition of medical qualification from the said institutions is to be treated equivalent to the medical qualification acquired in india i.e. mbbs. the degree in medical education which has been acquired by the .....Tag this Judgment!