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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: medical degrees act 1916 section 2 definitions Sorted by: old Court: rajasthan Year: 2001 Page 1 of about 84 results (0.052 seconds)

Apr 10 2001 (HC)

Angrej Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-10-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)WLN565

..... has been held that entries in birth register made by concerned official in discharge of his official duties, are admissible evidence under section 35 of the indian evidence act.10. in bhoop ram v. state of u.p. (4), the hon'ble supreme court has he that on the point of proof of age, ..... is required is that there must be some additional evidence rendering it probable that the story of the complainant is true and that it is reasonably safe to act upon it.26. in the present case, the alleged incident took place on 20.3.1998 at about 8.00 am and report about the same was lodged ..... salwar, jampher and underwear of the prosecutrix pw 2 sajjan kanwar were seized. the statement of the prosecutrix pw 2 sajjan kanwar under section 164 cr.p.c. was recorded by the magistrate on 26.3.1998 and same is ex.p/5. the proseculrix pw 2 sajjan kanwar was got medically examined for the purpose of ascertaining her age as ..... hon'ble supreme court has held that certified copies from school registers while deciding the question of age of girl, amount to evidence under the indian evidence act.9. the above view was reiterated by the hon'ble supreme court in harpal singh and anr. v. state of himachal pradesh (3), where it ..... swami may be referred to.13. pw 7 jyoti swami has stated that on the date of giving statement on 1.12.1998, she was acting principal in the government girls senior secondary school, lunkaransar and has come alongwith the record of 8th class pertaining to the prosecutrix pw .....

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Apr 30 2001 (HC)

Dhruvendra Singh and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-30-2001

Reported in : 2001(3)WLN380

..... to clause (g) of sub-section (2) of section 376 ipc clearly reveal that once it is established that accused persons had acted in concert and raped the prosecutrix, then all of them would be guilty under section 376 in terms of explanation-1 to clause (g) of sub-section (2) of section 376 ipc, irrespective of whether ..... process of molestation was started against her, she was a minor girl, and she had no axe to grind against the accused persons. the alleged act definitely casts stigma on her. the society does not close its eyes to the helplessness of a victim, more so, if it is a girl. in ..... continued even for more than one year. therefore, in the present case, to seek further corroboration would be to insult womanhood. apart from this, medical evidence supports the case of the prosecutrix, where it was found that her hymen was totally ruptured meaning thereby she was sexually assaulted many times during ..... certificate or school certificate is not available.16. so far as the medical evidence in respect of age is concerned, the decision of the hon'ble supreme court in jaya mala v. home secretary, government of jammu and ..... the birth certificate or the school certificate and in case it is available, that would be considered the best evidence and so far as the medical evidence is concerned, since it has margin of error, it would be taken into consideration only when primary evidence which is found in the birth .....

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May 18 2001 (HC)

Rajasthan Vidya Peeth Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-18-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)WLN560

..... requisite eligibility qualification for the post. qualification prescribed for the said post included, amongst other,(i) a basic university degree or equivalent qualification entered in the schedule of indian medical council act 1956, and (ii) post-graduate qualification in concerned subject. his qualification of m.d. (forensic science) was not considered on ..... . in the state of rajasthan, it has recognised the rajasthan vidya peeth. deemed university, dabok (lokmanya tilak teaching college, udaipur) as an institution awarding degrees in b.ed, as well as b.ed. (child development) from this, it is apparent that the rajasthan vidya peeth, dabok, udaipur has also ..... experience for direct recruitment percentage-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8. (a) senior teacher 50% by direct graduate or equivalent examination with atleast two subjects taught in schools with degree or diploma in education or montessory training.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------(10). on perusal of the aforesaid rule, it is apparent that it leaves no scope for the state ..... the ground that since rajasthan university does not confer a degree in forensic science, the degree granted by bihar university cannot be considered as equivalent to a post graduate degree required .....

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May 29 2001 (HC)

Rajasthan State Road Trans. Corpn. Vs. Nand Kishore and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-29-2001

Reported in : 2002ACJ1564

..... rate of rs. 1,185 per month. from the evidence of claimants it is fully established that the monthly income of the deceased was rs. 2,685, therefore, it cannot be said that he was not contributing to the claimants. it is settled law that the quantum of compensation is ..... negligence of its driver.16. on the pleading of the parties the tribunal framed issues and tried the case. aw 1 nand kishore and aw 2 basant mal were examined by the claimants and on behalf of the corporation dw 1 sumer-mal, the driver of the bus was examined.17. ..... for the appellant.15. it was averred that at the relevant time the deceased was 62 years of age and used to earn about rs. 2,685 per month, i.e., rs. 1,500 as salary from his employer mukhti-dham trust and also rs. 1,185 per month as ..... referred for short 'the claimants') and against the rajasthan state road transport corporation (hereinafter referred to as 'the corporation') and its driver respondent no. 7.2. aggrieved by the aforesaid judgment and award impugned the corporation filed this misc. appeal before this court.3. briefly stated the facts which are necessary to ..... medical college patna air 1971 patna 43, as follows (para 7):there is a presumption that every person whether in his private or official character does his duty and unless the contrary is proved, it is presumed that all things are rightly and regularly done. this presumption applies with greater force to official acts. 7. according to section 74, evidence act, documents forming acts .....

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Jul 04 2001 (HC)

Rajasthan Pharmacy Council Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-04-2001

Reported in : 2001(3)WLC540

..... , too) and such rules may provide for the qualifications, the term of office and the powers and duties of the registrar, as contemplated in sub-section (2) of section 46 of the act, again makes it explicit clear that the state government has been conferred with powers of control over the state council. even for the sake of arguments, if the state council ..... medical officer of the state ex officio or if he is unable to attend any meeting, a person authorised by him in ..... registered pharmacists nominated by the state government; (c) one member elected from themselves by the members of each medical council or the council of medical registration of the slate as the case may be; (d) the chief administrative ..... an agreement is required to be made under section 20, and in either case the state government is required to constitute a state council consisting of; (a) six members elected from amongst themselves by registered pharmacists of the state; (b) five members of whom atleast three shall be persons possessing a prescribed degree or diploma in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry or .....

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Jul 19 2001 (HC)

Shakoor Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-19-2001

Reported in : 2002(1)WLN290

..... ' is a mixed question of law and fact depending largely on the circumstances of the particular case, 'attempt' defines a precise and exact definition. boradly speaking all crimes which consist of the commission of affirmative acts are preceded by some covert or overt conduct which may be divided into three stages. the first stage exists when the culprit first entertains the ..... of preparation. the difference between mere preparation and actual attempt to commit an offence consists chiefly in the greater degree of determination.28. the rajasthan high court in a case sittu v. state (2), while dealing with a case whether case for offence under section 376/511 i.p.c. was found or not, held that where girl was forcibly made naked, ..... court be satisfied thatthe conduct of the accused indicated a determination to gratify hispassions at all events, and in spite of all resistance. in the presentcase, having regard to the medical evidence, and to the varyingstatements made at different times by the complainant, we find itimpossible to place entire reliance upon her statement; and, as to theextent of the violence ..... age. pubic hairs scanty. mh- not attained menarch. menstrual periods not started. private parts thighs, and breast- no swelling. no redness. other injuries if any will be reported by medical jurist. examination of private parts. external genetalia- pubic hairs scanty, not melted. no stainine. no injury. no redness over private parts. no injury redness over labia majora. the post .....

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Aug 23 2001 (HC)

State of Rajasthan and ors. Vs. Karan Singh Rathore

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-23-2001

Reported in : RLW2003(1)Raj511; 2002(1)WLC445; 2002(1)WLN325; 2002(4)WLN317

..... deemed university under section 3 of the u.g.c. act by government of india, will not require any separate recognition and will stand recognised as given. it appears that on advertisement being issued and applications being invited for appointment to the post of teachers gr. ii (now senior teacher), the candidates who had to their credit b.ed. child development degree and had ..... to dwell into such matters. learned counsel places reliance on the decisions of the apex court in university of mysore v. govinda rao (1), rajendra prasad v. karnataka university (2) and medical council of india v. silas nelson (3).6. the core question which falls for consideration is 'whether the b.ed. (child development) followed by bridge course awarded by the ..... declaring it as an equivalent qualification. the apex court held thus:-'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, accepted and treated as valid throughout our country. in the ..... absence of any express provision to the contrary, such a degree does not require to be specifically recognised by other universities in any .....

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Aug 30 2001 (HC)

Miss Renna JaIn Vs. Mohal Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-30-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)WLC243; 2003(1)WLN575

..... have been given admission because of her position in the merit list how it is justified to permit indirectly miss reena jain to continue with the studies and get the degree by the court under its extraordinary equitable jurisdiction. it is done, it will certainly result in perpetuating not only illegality but unconstitutionally as well as to affirm the ..... petitioners for ptet. having gone through these admission forms i am satisfied that these are filled in by the petitioners themselves.22. the petitioners have passed the three years degree course examination in science faculty and it is difficult to believe what to say to accept that they will commit the mistake in mentioning the subjects which they never ..... the judgment, their lordships of the supreme court observed as under;-'8. the admission in medical course throughout india is governed by different statutory provisions, including regulations framed under different acts. during last several years efforts have been made to regulate the admissions to the different medical institutions, in order to achieve academic excellence. but, at the same time, a counter- ..... in her admission form of the ptet has mentioned home science as one of the teaching subjects. (2) reena jain was not having the subject home science in her three years degree course (science. she has subjects chemistry, botany and zoology in the three years degree course (science) which she passed from maharshi dayanand saraswati university, ajmer. she was nominated for .....

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Oct 03 2001 (HC)

Dr. Ramji Sharma and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-03-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)WLC83; 2002(4)WLN421

..... category. the issue arose in the background of the developments in the states of u.p. and m.p. in respect of admission to post graduate degree/diploma courses in medicine through the post graduate medical entrance examination. the states reduced the minimum qualifying marks for reserved category candidates (sc, st and other back ward classes) appearing in the entrance examination. ..... of india (for short mci) in exercise of powers conferred under section 33 read with section l9a of the india medical council act, 1956 and on their publication in the gazette of india on october 7, 2000 they came into force. regulation 9 provides that students for postgraduate medical courses shall be selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit and whenever entrance ..... regulation 9 provides thus-9. selection of post graduate students:(1) students for post graduate medical courses shall be selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit.(2) for determining the academic merit, the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree and diploma courses:(i) on the basis of merit as determined by a competitive test ..... conducted by the state government or by the competent authority appointed by the state government or by the university/group of universities in the same state; or(ii) on the basis of merit as determined by a .....

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Oct 05 2001 (HC)

Pappu Singh @ Laxmansingh Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-05-2001

Reported in : 2002(5)WLC566; 2003(1)WLN656

..... of a doctor given in the performance of professional duty, it was held to be a primary evidence within the meaning of the explanation 2 to section 62 of the evidence act.22. from this point of view, even ex.p/11 can be called as primary evidence and, therefore, to treat it as secondary ..... and their statements are not corroborated by independent witnesses, is of no value in the present case, as their statements are fully supported by the medical evidence and if some other witnesses have been declared hostile, it would not affect the case of the prosecution nor it would affect the testimony of ..... question to be seen is whether the injuries inflicted are sufficient in the ordinary course of nature to cause death and possibility that skilful and efficient medical treatment might prevent the fatal result is wholly irrelevant.63. in the present case, looking the entire facts and circumstances of the case and the ..... undergone operation and for that, prosecution has produced pw9 dr. umed singh. he states that on 25.8.1998 he was associated professor (surgery), rnt medical college, udaipur and on that day, pw1 nand singh was admitted in ward no. 18a and he had a knife injury on his epigastric right angular ..... prosecutor and perused the record of the case.6. before discussing the evidence and contentions raised by the learned counsel for the accused appellant, first medical evidence has to be seen.7. there is no dispute on the point that alleged incident took place on 24.8.1998 at about 9.10 .....

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