Court : Delhi
..... as a person (i) holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 or specified in the schedules to the mci act; or (ii) registered or eligible for registration in a medical register of a state meant for the registration of persons practising the modern scientific system of medicine excluding the homoeopathic system of ..... right to amend the schedules thereof listing the recognised medical qualifications in indian medicine is only of the central government and not of ccim constituted thereunder or for that matter of the state government. 24. the definitions of 'bharatiya chikitsa', 'integrated medicine' and 'practitioner', in section 2(b), (h) and (k) of the dbcp act, are as under: "(b) "bharatiya chikitsa ( ..... on- (i) the words "whether supplemented or not by such modern advances as the central council may declare by notification from time to time" in the definition of "indian medicine" in section 2(1)(e) of the indian medicine act; ii) rule 2(ee)(iii) of the drugs rules read with the notification dated 10th february, 1961 of the delhi government; iii) the ..... aforesaid we are of opinion that the words 'modern advances as the ccim may declare by notification from time to time' in the definition of indian medicine in section 2(1)(e) of the indian medicine act are not capable of taking indian medicine to boundaries beyond the essentials of indian system of medicine as otherwise defined as ashtang, ayurveda, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... case that the six months training under the six months training rules framed therefor under the pndt act has been included in the schedules to the mci act. it is thus not a recognized qualification. 70. the indian medical degrees act, 1916 vide section 2 thereof describes western medical scienceas western method of allopathic medicine, obstetrics and surgery but not including homeopathy or ayurvedic or unani ..... by this court in k.l. seghal supra; (iii) that various members of the petitioner society who are registered medical practitioners in terms of section 2(m) of the pndt act and are sonologist in terms of the definition in section 2(p) of the act as interpreted by this court in k.l. sehgal, are not being granted registration / renewal of registration of their ..... union of india and directorate of family welfare of gnctd to grant registration / renewal of registration under the pndt act to those medical practitioners who come under the realm of definition of sonologist in terms of section 2(p) of the pndt act; and, (ii) seeks quashing of the amendment dated 9th january, 2014 to rule 3(3)(1)(b) of the pndt rules ..... institutes, hospitals or nursing homes which provide for genetic counselling to patients come within the ambit of the expression "genetic counselling centre". further, on a reading of the definition in section 2(d) of a genetic clinic it was held that only those clinics, institutes, hospitals or nursing homes which conduct pre-natal diagnosis would be covered. it was thus .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : 1978CriLJ1390
..... i. d. madras for offences punishable (under section 4 read with section 5 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916) on the allegation that the petitioner, who was a-l and his son who was a-2, started and conducted an institution called the 'allopathic medical training centre' and professed to impart 'training in western medical science' and awarded certificates to candidates who were ..... has been issuing such certificates as aforesaid. the learned counsel for the petitioner contends that by the issue of such certificates, the provisions of sections 3 and 4 of the indian medical degrees act have not been contravened. it is unnecessary to go into the oral evidence in this case except to say that the petitioner has been ..... and convicted him thereunder and sentenced him to pay a fine of rs. l,000/- and in default to suffer rigorous imprisonment for three months. a-2 and a-3 were found not guilty and acquitted. this ..... alleged to have undergone training in that institute and passed the final examination conducted by the institute. the learned magistrate found the revision petitioner guilty under section 4 read with section 5 of the indian medical degrees act .....Tag this Judgment!
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 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur
..... the state and for matters concerned therewith.16. definition of medicine and medical education has been amended vide act no. 15/2006. the definition of 'medicine' has been modified by addition of clause (iv) in section 2(b). earlier 'medicine' used to mean; (i) the medicine within the meaning of clause (f) of section 2 of the indian medical council act, 1956, (ii) medicine in homeopathy and biochemistry within the meaning ..... medicine and medical education as defined under section 2(b) and 2(c) in said adhiniyam, 1973. thus legislative intent is clear that petitioner institutions cannot impart education as they are not recognized under adhiniyam, 1973 neither prefix 'doctor' can be used and nor degree or diploma can be distributed. any violation of the provisions, attracts the penal provision of section 8.24. coming to the ..... electro homeopathic system; the state government has not chosen to legislate and we find other directions prohibitory in nature were issued by this court, such institutions were debarred from awarding degree in the course conducted by them till legislative enactment is made and adequate publicity was required to be given by informing the general public that such institutions are not recognized .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
..... which two years as resident medical officer in a hospital recognised by medical council of india/central council of homoeopathy".15. the impugned conditions ..... of professional experience out of which two years as resident medical officer in a hospital attached to a homoeopathic college. the qualification shall be the one included in second schedule of homoeopathy central council act, 1973. or post graduate medical degree in concerned subject recognized by the medical council of india with four years professional experience out of ..... essential qualifications a. (i) a recognised diploma after 4 years' study or a degree in homoeopathy. or (ii) a degree recognised by the medical council of india preferably with qualifications included in the iii schedule of the homoeopathy central act, 1973. w.p.(c) nos. 20434/2012-u, 20502/2012 & 21834/2012-d12b. three years teaching experience as reader ..... or asst.professor or ten years teaching experience in the subject concerned in homoeopathic or allopathic medical college .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... 5th batch of 150 seats in mbbs course for the academic session 2016-17 and to grant recognition/approval to the appellant college under section 11(2) of the indian medical council act, 1956 (for short the act ). the communication dated 31st may, 2017, informing about the decision of the competent authority of the central government, which has been challenged ..... that they have fulfilled the entire infrastructure for recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical sciences & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. m.g.r. medical university, 20 chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th ..... undertaking that they have fulfilled the entire infrastructure for recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical sciences & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. m.g.r. medical university, chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th batch ..... report (15th & 16th march, 2017) with regard to recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical science & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. mgr medical university, chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 as well as compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th batch .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
..... (6) ald 322]. 42. it is thus beyond pale of doubt that the provisions of section 47 of the act are attracted if a serving employee acquires disability, irrespective of degree of disability and even if such disability is not covered by definition clauses in section 2. the respondent corporations are bound by the said mandate and the united nations convention. 43. anand ..... report of medical board, it only pointed out that petitioner was suffering with defective distant vision. the defective distant vision was not the one covered by the provisions of the act 1 of 1996 and, therefore, he is not entitled to protection under section 47 of the act. (2) learned senior counsel extensively referred to the definitions provided in section 2 of the act. an ..... terminated from their services on the ground that they became medically unfit to drive the heavy vehicles as they developed defective eyesight and not meeting the required vision for driving the heavy motor vehicles. 44. drivers contended that the said termination violates section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 and also contrary to an agreement between the drivers ..... petitions directly. according to learned senior counsel, writ petitions are not maintainable on this ground. (10) whether the medical status of the petitioners is falling within the parameters of one of the disabilities defined in section 2 of the act or not is a question of fact and writ court in exercise of extraordinary jurisdiction under article 226 of the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : AIR1992P& H308
..... to a graduate's degree of versity by the bar council of india: (b) & (c) xxxxx xx xx xx xxxx xx xx xx' 4. the 1961 act enacted by the parliament falls under entry-26 of list-ill of the seventh schedule to the constitution of india, which reads as under :--'legal, medical and other professions.'a reading of sections 7 and 49(1 ..... by the university in regard to the admission to the department of laws, ss. 7 & 49 of the 1961 act and the bar council of india rules framed thereunder :--'punjab university calendar volume ii, 1988. 'faculty of law' bachelor of laws 1. to 2. xxxxx 3. the minimum qualification for admission to the first year class of the ll.b. course shall be ..... one of the following: (a) a bachelor's degree in any faculty of the punjab university with at least 45 per ..... the minimum qualification prescribed by the bar council of india under s. 49(1)(af) of the advocates act, 1961 (referred to hereinafter as 'the 1961 act').2. brief facts leading to the filing of the petition are as follows:the petitioner who obtained a degree of bachelor of arts from the delhi university in the year 1990-91 securing 40. 78% marks, applied .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Reported in : (1980)2GLR79
..... in such manner and by such authority as may be prescribed.the only important section, of the act acquired to be noted is section 13 which empowers the central government to enact necessary rules to carry out the object of the act. section 13(2)(i) empowers the central government to make rules to provide for removal or discharge ..... , or for making any statement false to his knowledge in his application for enrollment as a cadet or appointment as an officer, or he is found medically unfit for further service, or for his ceasing to be a member of the staff of or on the roll of the college or school, as ..... and which he knew to be false or did not believe to be true'(c) that his services are no longer required;(d) that he is medically unfit for further service;(e) that in the case of an officer, he has been permitted to resign his commission:(f) that he ceases to be ..... october 1, 1967. it appears that he was selected for the grant of commission in ncc by the government of india under section 9 of the national cadet corps act, 1948 (hereinafter called 'the ncc act' for the sake of brevity) read with rule 21(5) of the national cadet corps rules, 1948 (hereinafter called 'the ..... government of india's letter of 21st december, 1963 on which the respondents rely in support of their contentions.8. section 3 of the ncc act provides for the constitution of the national cadet corps. section 5 enjoins that there would be three divisions of the corps namely:(i) the senior division the recruitment to which .....Tag this Judgment!