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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: medical degrees act 1916 section 2 definitions Sorted by: recent Court: chennai Year: 1989 Page 1 of about 37 results (0.093 seconds)

Nov 23 1989 (HC)

Adhiyaman Educational and Research Institutions Vs. the State of Tamil ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-23-1989

Reported in : AIR1991Mad246

..... certain minimum marks in the mbbs examination by the candidates had not in any way encroached upon the regulations made under the indian medical council act nor does it infringe the central power provided in the entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution. the ..... validity of state legislation would depend upon whether it prejudically affects co-ordination and determination of standards, but not upon the existence of some definite union legislation directed to achieve that purpose. if there be union legislation in respect of co-ordination and determination of standards, that would have ..... pursuant to which the university granted affiliation as aforesaid. on 17-9-1988, the university extended the affiliation for first year b. e. degree course for the academic year 1988-89 subject to implementation of the recommendations of the earlier commission and subject to usual conditions of affiliation ..... to the university and to withdraw affiliation from colleges and to provide for the inspection of all colleges and hostels.32. section 19 of the madras university act sets out the powers of the syndicate. the syndicate has power to make ordinances and amend or repeal the same among ..... of labour. the power to legislate in respect of primary or secondary education is exclusively vested in the states by item no. ii of list ii, and power to legislate on medium of instruction in institutions of primary or secondary education must therefore rest with the state legislatures. power .....

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Sep 28 1989 (HC)

The Management of South India Sugars Ltd. Vs. the Presiding Officer, A ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-28-1989

Reported in : (1990)1MLJ355

..... contractor. under the employees' provident funds and miscellaneous provisions act and the employees state insurance act also, the definition of 'employee' includes a person who is employed and who gets his wages ..... any other kind of work incidental to manufacturing process.as per the latter part of the definition, rajalingam is a person belonging to the watch and ward personnel and he is, therefore, an 'employee' as defined by the standing order. under section 2 (1) of the factories act, a 'worker' includes a person employed directly or by or through any agency including a ..... employee to go scot-free, particularly when the charges are found to be grave in nature.17. we agree with the propositions stated therein.18. in christian medical college hospital employees' union v. christian medical college vellore association (1988)1 l.l.j.263, the supreme court held that the decision of the industrial tribunal or labour court is open to judicial ..... be exercised judicially and the industrial tribunal or labour court is expected to interfere with the decision of the management under section 11-a of the act only if it is satisfied that the punishment imposed is highly disproportionate to the degree of the guilt of the workmen concerned. it was also held that the tribunal or labour court has to give reasons .....

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Aug 29 1989 (HC)

S. Amudha Vs. Chairman, Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-29-1989

Reported in : (1991)IILLJ234Mad; (1991)IMLJ137

..... not attempted to define with exactness the liberty thus guaranteed, the term has received much consideration, an some of the included things have been definitely stated. without doubt, it denotes not merely freedom from bodily restraint, but also the right of the individual to contract to engage in any ..... corporation as well. therefore, this cannot be a valid ground at all. lastly it is submitted that the maternity benefit act 1961 itself has not though of medical unfitness for a pregnancy of 16 weeks old and the regulation in question cannot exceed a parliamentary legislation and lay down a ..... political parties, older than our schools system. marriage is a coming together for better or for the worse hopefully enduring, and intimate to the degree of being sacred. it is an association that promotes a way of life, not causes a harmony in living, not political faiths, a ..... (1) no employer shall knowingly employ a woman in any establishment during the six weeks immediately following the day of her delivery of her miscarriage'.(2) no woman shall work in any establishment, during the six weeks immediately following day of her delivery or her miscarriage.(3) without prejudice to the ..... of the physical incapacity of the teacher after the fourth or fifth month of pregnancy, which presumption was neither necessarily nor universally true, and (2) cleveland provision barring a teacher's return to employment until after her child was three months old was similarly violative of the due process .....

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Aug 29 1989 (HC)

S. Amudha Vs. Chairman, Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-29-1989

Reported in : (1991)1MLJ137

..... as follows:while this court has not attempted to define with exactness the liberty thus guaranteed, the term has received much consideration, and some of this included things have been definitely stated, without doubt, it denotes not merely freedom from bodily restraint, but also the right of the individual to contract, to engage in any of the common occupations of ..... of rights - older than our political parties, older than our school system. marriage is a coming together for better or for the worse, hopefully enduring, and intimate to the degree of being sacred. it is an association that promotes a way of life, not causes a harmony in living, not political faiths, a bilateral loyalty, not commercial or social ..... a clause is not peculiar to the respondent corporation. other major public sector undertakings like bharat heavy electricals limited, and the national thermal power corporation also follow similar pattern. the medical officer alone is competent to declare the physical fitness of candidate. the other contentions of the appellant are untenable.10. the matter came up before our learned brother, baktavatsalam, ..... of the maternity benefit act, 1961:section 4 employment of, or work by, woman prohibited during certain periods: (1) no employer shall knowingly employ a woman in any establishment during the six weeks immediately following the day of her delivery of her miscarriage.(2) no woman shall work in any establishment, during the six weeks immediately following the day of her .....

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Apr 12 1989 (HC)

T.A. Chidambaram Vs. the University of Madras by Its Registrar and ors ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-12-1989

Reported in : (1989)1MLJ302

..... to or approved by it. in the departments of the first respondent, there are only three categories of teachers viz., professor, reader and lecturer, as defined in section 2(k) and (p) of the act, whereas the teachers in the affiliated institutions would include professors, assistant professors, readers, lecturers, librarians and other declared by the statutes to be teachers. the emoluments, the ..... inter-related, yet while prescribing qualifications for the post of professor, reader and lecturer, it has been made clear that the ph.d. should be in the subject of anatomy, medical bio-chemistry, pathology etc., etc.-only exception being microbiology, wherein ph.d. could be 'in any one of the specialties of microbiology'. this indicates that in the case of ..... reader and lecturer as shown in the ordinance above, is common to all the teachers in all the departments, except for the posts in the post graduate institute of basic medical science, for which the applicants were directed to refer to the prospectus. for six out of 49 departments, whose vacancies were advertised, the university had prescribed different fields of ..... filed by the respondents 4 and 5, wherein the third respondent has contended that the selections having been made by the selection committee, the equation of educational qualification and degrees are primarily matters for the authorities of the university and even if there are any doubts regarding the equation in the matter of educational qualification, it is a matter to .....

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Feb 13 1989 (HC)

Commissioner of Wealth-tax/income-tax Vs. M. Kulandaivelu Pillai (Decd ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-13-1989

Reported in : [1989]179ITR228(Mad)

..... year 1968-69 : (1) whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the appellate tribunal was right in cancelling the penalty levied under section 271(1)(a) of the income-tax act, 1961 (2) whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the appellate tribunal was right in holding that the assessee's addiction to alcohol would ..... elaborately dealt with by the tribunal in the course of its order clearly leaves us with the impression that there is absolutely nothing whatever to discredit the evidence of the medical practitioners who had also issued certificates regarding the nature of the illness from which the assessee was suffering and the treatment undertaken by him and the assessee was in such ..... assessee and, therefore, there was no justification whatever for the deletion of the penalty imposed on the assessee. on the other hand, learned counsel for the assessee submitted that the medical evidence made available by the assessee clearly established that the assessee was a chronic alcoholic patient unable to attend to his matters owing to his deteriorating physical and mental condition ..... rs. 10,364, respectively, were levied for the assessment years 1966-67 to 1969-70. in the course of the appeals preferred by the assessee before the appellate assistant commissioner, medical certificates were produced from four doctors, of whom three were also examined and they deposed that the assessee was suffering from chronic alcoholism and that he was not in his .....

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Jan 13 1989 (HC)

A. Subramani Vs. Mani and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-13-1989

Reported in : II(1989)ACC253; 1990ACJ37

..... its liability was limited to only rs. 5,000/-.4. before the tribunal, the appellant examined himself as pw1 and examined the medical officer, who treated him, as pw 2. exhs. a-l to a-3 being the admission and discharge certificates from the hospital were marked on the side of the appellant ..... bones in the left leg. he filed m.o.p. no. 201 of 1981 under section 110-a of the motor vehicles act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') before the motor accidents claims tribunal (additional subordinate judge-ii), chengalpattu, claiming a total compensation of rs. 25,000/-.3. respondent nos. 1 and ..... the appellant would be entitled to a separate amount for pain and suffering undergone by him during the prolonged treatment. i award a sum of rs. 2,000/- for pain and suffering.10. the appellant has taken pains to examine pw2, the orthopaedic surgeon, who had treated him in the government ..... , contended that the compensation awarded was reasonable and that since the appellant was a passenger at the time of the accident and since exh. b-2, policy of insurance, showed that its liability was only rs. 5,000/-for a passenger, the second respondent would not be liable for higher ..... has been awarded compensation by the motor accidents claims tribunal, has filed the present appeal contending that the compensation awarded by the tribunal is grossly inadequate.2. facts briefly are: the appellant, while he was getting down from a passenger bus bearing registration no. mdh 4589 belonging to the third respondent .....

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Nov 28 1989 (HC)

S. Kannan Vs. Member of the Local Board, State Bank of India and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-28-1989

Reported in : (1990)1MLJ516

..... an appellate tribunal. in swadeshi cotton mills v. union of india : [1981]2scr533 although the majority held that the expression that immediate action is necessary in section 18aa(1)(a) of the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951, does not exclude absolutely, by necessary implication the application of the audi alteram partem rule, chinnappa reddy, j. dissented with the view and expressed ..... inquiry has been elaborately set out by this court in khan chand v. union of india : (1959)illj167sc and even after the constitution (forty-second amendment) act, 1976, the inquiry required by clause (2) of article 311 would be the same except that it would not be necessary to give to a civil servant an opportunity to make a representation with ..... the later judgment are relevant for this case:6. the conclusions reached by the majority in tulsiram patel's case : (1985)iillj206sc were:. ... ...iii. the inquiry under article 311(2).15. clause (2) of article 311 gives a constitutional mandate to the principles of natural justice and the audi alteram partem rule by providing that civil servant shall not be dismissed or ..... observations with reference to rule 15(4) (as amended in 1976) of the central civil services (classification, control and appeal) rules (1965).after the amendment, the requirement of clause (2) will be satisfied by holding inquiry in which the government servant has been informed of the charge against him and given a reasonable opportunity of being heard. in the instant .....

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Nov 27 1989 (HC)

income-tax Officer Vs. Trichy Distilleries and Chemicals Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-27-1989

Reported in : [1990]32ITD794(Mad)

..... question was whether the sanitary and pipeline fittings installed fell within the definition of plant given in section 10(5) of the 1922 act which was similar to the definition given in section 43(3) of the 1961 act and this court after approving the definition of plant given by lindley, l. j. in yarmouth v. france ..... is used for mechanical operations or processes or is employed in mechanical or industrial business. in order to qualify as plant, the article must have some degree of durability, as for instance, in hinton v. maden & ireland ltd. [1960] 39 itr 357 , knives and lasts having an average life ..... amount of rs. 6,18,704 represents electrical installations including lighting in the premises where acetic acid is manufactured and an amount of rs. 2,13,971 relates to electrical installations connected with transformer installed just by the side of the acetic acid storage tank. it is claimed that the ..... c, d, e and f and the following appears as an item for which special depreciation rate of 15% is applicable, namely, item iii (ii) b (7) :'machinery and plant coming into contact with corrosive chemicals.'the first point for consideration, therefore, is whether the electrical installations in the present ..... which has been specifically excepted by inscription of the letters n. e. s. a. (meaning no extra shift allowance) against it in sub-item (ii) above and also in respect of the following items of machinery and plant to which the general rate of depreciation of 10 per cent applies :-(1 .....

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Nov 17 1989 (HC)

Vanathaiyan and anr. Vs. the State

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-17-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ2767

..... prosecution has established the guilt of the appellants beyond reasonable doubt, to safely sustain the convictions and sentences imposed on them, for the offences under section 304, part ii, i.p.c. ?15. thiru a. n. rajan, the learned counsel for the appellants contended, that the prosecution has suppressed the genesis ..... fell down during the course of the incident, when he must have been admittedly drunk, his having sustained the injuries noticed on him by the medical officer in an altogether different pattern cannot be ruled out.25. now a discussion about the injuries sustained by the accused needs consideration p.w. 6 ..... panchayat, which has been put forth as the motive for the incident. on facts, their evidence neither helps the defence nor the prosecution.24. the medical evidence which has already been discussed, in respect of the injuries sustained by the deceased, is material in yet another angles as well. p.w ..... the recorded evidence, which showed that the prosecution had not placed the entire truth regarding the incident before the court. he would also contend that the medical evidence directly contradicted the ocular version and even on this count the appellant were entitled to the benefit of doubt.16. per contra, mr. a ..... region of the head of the deceased to furnish/corroboration, to the overt act attributed only one beating on the back of the head of the deceased by a. 1. it will be relevant to notice the medical evidence furnished by p.w. 6 at this stage. to a question put .....

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