Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : JT2009(12)SC587; 2009(12)SCALE687; (2009)10SCC313; 2009(10)LC4870(SC):2009AIRSCW6624
..... . section 3 provides for constitution and composition of ..... enacted to provide for the reconstitution of the medical council of india and the maintenance of a medical register for india and for matters connected therewith. section 2 defines certain terms and states that 'council' means the medical council of india constituted under the act. medical institution is defined to mean any institution, within or without india, which grants degrees, diplomas or licences of medicine, whereas the term ..... 'recognized medical qualification' means any of the medical qualifications included in the schedules .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 1997VIAD(Delhi)884; 4(1997)CLT582; 69(1997)DLT971
..... of the petitioner with the ministry of health of the russian federation being in contravention of section 8(1) or section 47 of the foreign exchange regulation act or the medical council not having any power under the indian medical council act for de-recognition or making changes in part ii of the il1rd schedule. (10) let us now consider the impugned advertisements. in the ..... notice or advertisement being issued by the respondents. there can be no dispute that the factum of continuance of recognition of these medical institutes is under review. the medical council of india has recommended de-recognition of degrees of these institutes and the decision is to be taken by the central government. during this interregnum the students, who may unwittingly ..... their own and, as such, students would not be eligible to practice medicine in india. similar report appears on 8.9.1997 titled 'medical council of india against recognising russian degrees'. the report quotes the president of medical council of india saying that the 29 universities in the former soviet states admitted students from arts and commerce streams into the ..... of the erstwhile ussr. (8) considering the rival submissions of the parties, the position that emerges is that the medical council of india has made a recommendation for de-recognition of the medical degrees awarded by the 29 medical institutions in russia and the cis countries. further, that the existing recognition should not be extended beyond 31.12.1997. there is .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR2001SC3303; 93(2001)DLT291(SC); JT2001(7)SC342; 2001(5)SCALE573; (2001)8SCC61; 2001(4)SCT336(SC); 2001(3)SLJ468(SC)
..... . the stand of respondent no. 1 is that the medical degrees granted by the aiims are recognised as medical qualifications for the purpose of the act and has been included in the schedule to the act as recognised dental qualification within the meaning of section 2(j) of the act; that the provisions of section 3(d) of the act must be liberally construed in such manner as to treat ..... court or the senate, the syndicate etc. vide section 4 and 10 of the act. it has the power to grant degrees and medical diplomas under section 24 of the all india institute of medical sciences act, 1956 [for brevity 'aiims act']. the degrees and diplomas awarded by the institute enjoy statutory recognition in view of section 23 of the aiims act. 2.3 the concept of deemed university was incorporated in ..... the ugc act, 1956. the aiims is not a deemed .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 2003VIAD(Delhi)421
..... in the same university for which he was awarded degree in the year 2001. when he applied to the mci for registration of this additional qualification under section 26(1) of the indian medical council act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as `the mci act'), his request was rejected on the ground that this was not recognised. 2. against the aforesaid rejection dated 5th march, 2002, the ..... of the mci. under section 2(e) of the mci act, it is for the mci to recognise medical qualification and also give recognition to medical institutions. as per section 2(h) of the mci act, `recognised medical qualification' means any any of the medical qualification included in the three schedules to the said act. first schedule relates to the recognised medical qualification granted by the universities or medical institutions in india and ..... as provided by section 11 of the mci act; second schedule recognises the medical qualification granted by medical institutions outside india .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Reported in : 2003(87)ECC672; (2002)4GLR3153
..... the schedule to the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or notified under section 3 of that act or by an authority specified in any of the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956 (102 of 1956).' 7. on a bare reading of section 102 and section 103 of the said act it would clearly reveal that so far as section 102 of the said act is concerned, a person to ..... proceedings stand vitiated for having not observed the provisions made in section 102 of the said act. it has also been argued that even at the stage of section 103 of the said act, the complainant was required to follow the provisions made in sub-sections (2), (3), (4) etc., of section 103 of the said act. it is also his argument that these provisions have not been ..... and consequently the entire criminal proceedings before the court had also vitiated.10. it is not much in dispute that the provisions made in sub-sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc., of section 103 of the said act have not been followed by the customs department. in the present case, however, the learned advocate for respondent no. 1 has argued that under sub ..... petitioner could not avail of the opportunity, which would otherwise be available to him on receipt of summons in accordance with the provisions made in sub-sections (1), (2) and (3) of section 108 of the said act.14. the learned advocate for respondent no. 1 has argued in reply that question of issuance of summons may come into play if the person concerned .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR2008SC595; 2008(56)BLJR251; 2007(12)SCALE644; 2007AIRSCW7633
..... to granting of the gams degree, as the degree granted under the 1951 state act is still recognized under the 1970 central act. the 1951 state act and the 1970 central act are complementary to each other. the faculty comes under the definition of `medical institution' under section 2(f) of the 1970 central act and gams degree awarded by the faculty is a recognised medical qualification under section 14 of the 1970 central ..... act. the second schedule of the 1970 act grants authority to the faculty to grant ..... gams degree. the high court has, therefore, clearly committed an error in holding that after .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 1985WLN(UC)215
..... afraid this contention of the learned counsel is not sustainable. section 11 of the act clearly deals with the recognition of the degrees. section 11 is reproduced as under:recognition of medical qualifications granted by universities or medical institutions in india.--(1) the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india which are included in the first schedule ..... shall be recognized medical qualifications for the purposes of this act.(2) any university or medical institution in india which grants a medical qualification ..... necessary amendments in the schedule by the government of india. thus section 11 of the act lays down that the degrees recognized by the medical council of india will alone be placed in the schedule appended to this act. it cannot be said that the placing of degrees in the schedule is only a mechanical process. the learned counsel ..... counsel for the petitioner has submitted that exbt. 2 is a recognition granted by the government of india. secondly he has submitted that section 21 of the indian medical council act, 1956 (here in after referred to as the act) is only for a limited purpose for putting the degrees in the schedule and he has submitted that recognition .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Reported in : ILR1991KAR2883; 1991(3)KarLJ410
..... of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 11 of the indian medical council act. with this, we will straightaway go to indian medical council act. section 11 speaks of recognition of medical qualifications granted by universities or medical institutions in india. sub-section (1) reads as under:'(1) the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india which are included ..... is included in the schedule to the indian medical council act, 1956 as a degree fully recognised by the indian medical council which is the paramount professional body set up by statute with authority to recognise the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india. a post-graduate medical degree granted by a university duly established by statute ..... in this country and which has also been recognised by the indian medical council by inclusion to the schedule of the medical council act has ipso facto to be regarded, ..... other university is called for. this is all the more so in the case of a medical degree basic as well as post-graduate that is answered by a statutory indian university and which has been specifically recognised by the indian medical council.'14. from the above, it is clear where the bihar university which was statutory .....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 : Karnataka
Reported in : AIR1991Kant352; ILR1991KAR387; 1991(1)KarLJ556
..... notification dated 5-6-1989 issued by the state government under sub-section (1) of s. 5 of the act fixing higher rate of rs. 25,000/- per annum as tuition fee for the medical degree course for students admitted against management seats in private medical colleges, compared to the fee of rs. 2,000/- per annum only for students admitted to government colleges or against ..... high rate compared to the normal amount of tuition fee fixed in respect of government colleges and government seats in private medical colleges. 19. from the provisions of s. 3 read with the definition of 'capitation fee' and section 5 of the act, it is clear that both educational institution concerned and its management are prohibited from collecting any amount in addition to the ..... a writ of mandamus to the college and the management to select them and admit them to the i year mbbs course. (ii) even on the basis that the private medical colleges and the managements do not fall within the definition of the word 'state' as defined under art. 12 of the constitution, they being persons discharging public duties of importing education and ..... finances of the managements and the colleges, which are not within the scope ol this writ petition. 32. in support of the first contention that the respondent-medical colleges are the managements falling within the definition of 'state' under art. 12 of the constitution, the learned counsel for the petitioners relied on the decisions of the supreme court in ajay hasia v .....Tag this Judgment!