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Feb 28 1980 (HC)

Dr. AmIn Prakash V. ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-28-1980

Reported in : (1981)22GLR41

..... and, therefore, mean ; nothing more than imparting of post-graduate medical education after a student is admitted and prescribing the passing standards for the postgraduate medical degree. we are, therefore, of the opinion that these two expressions used in sub-section (1) of section 20 of the medical council act, 1956 do not embrace within their sweep selection of students for admission ..... other words, the validity of state legislation would depend upon whether it prejudicially 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 paramountcy over the ..... with matters incidental to the constitution of post-graduate committee. this sub-section confers upon the medical council substantive power in respect of two matters: (i) prescription of standards of postgraduate medical education, and (ii) securing uniform standards for post-graduate medical education throughout india. section 33 confers upon the medical council power to make regulations. it specifies matters which are incorporated in ..... it was ultra vires entry 66 in the union list. it was also challenged on the ground that it was ultra vires certain provisions of andhra university act (2 of 1926). in that connection, it was observed by the supreme court that the government which ran the colleges had the right to make a selection oat .....

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Jul 24 1980 (HC)

Major I.N. Maligi Vs. Director General, N.C.C. and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-24-1980

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 .....

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Jan 28 1980 (SC)

Dr. Jagadish Saran and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-28-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC820; (1980)2SCC768; [1980]2SCR831

..... the 'fasters'. we have sympathy for students, especially for those who sacrifice their comforts to claim an opportunity to take post-graduate medical degrees. we even feel that the student community often resorts to direct action of the satyagraha model when the pachydermic disposition of authorities drives them ..... record, and i agree with my learned brother that the material is so scanty, fragmentary and unsatisfactory that we are prevented from expressing any definite decision on the point. although we gave sufficient opportunity to the parties, the requisite material has not been forthcoming. whether or not a ..... at the difficult heights of some disciplines where the best alone is likely to blossom as the best. to sympathise mawkishly with the weaker sections by selecting sub-standard candidates, is to punish society as a whole by denying the prospect of excellence say in hospital service. even ..... because the pressure of militant delhi graduates forced the university's hands or because government, which virtually forced this solution of 70% plus reservation, acted on the easy guidelines: nothing succeeds like excess. reservation begins as a mild remedy but becomes, unless leashed, a frankensteins monster.13. the ..... the basics. the indian constitution is wedded to equal protection and non-discrimination. articles 14, 15 and 16 are inviolable and article 29(2) strikes a similar note though it does not refer to regional restrictions or reservations. article 15 saves the state's power to make .....

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Dec 15 1980 (FN)

Potomac Elec. Power Co. Vs. Director, Owcp

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-15-1980

..... the statute nor its legislative history warrants the interpretation that the court adopts. the starting point, of course, is the statute's definition of "disability." section 2(10) of the act, 33 u. s c. 902 (10), define "disability" as "incapacity because of injury to earn the wages which the ..... employee was receiving at the time of injury in the same or any other employment." as used in the act, therefore, "disability" is an economic concept, rather than a medical one. an injury is not compensable under the act ..... , n. 28 (1979). to this extent, the schedule is an exception to the principle that disability is an economic concept, rather than a medical one, but it is an exception that congress deliberately chose to make. in addressing the second of the "principal difficulties" presented by the then ..... the employees. employers give up the common law defenses of the fellow servant rule and assumption of risk. employees are assured hospital and medical care and subsistence during the convalescence period. in return for a fixed schedule of payments and a fixed amount in the event of the ..... the interest of justice, fix such wage-earning capacity as shall be reasonable, having due regard to the nature of his injury, the degree of physical impairment, his usual employment, and any other factors or circumstances in the case which may affect his capacity to earn wages in .....

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Apr 17 1980 (HC)

M.S. Manickam Vs. Cheran Transport Corporation

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-17-1980

Reported in : (1981)ILLJ396Mad

..... the question of punishment being disproportionate to the gravity of the offence will arise. 6. let me first take up for consideration whether s. 33(2)(b) of the act is attracted or not. section 33(2)(b) of the act reads as follows : 'during the pendency of any such proceedings in respect of an industrial dispute, the employer may, in accordance with the standing ..... was directed to join duty from 1st november, 1974. he wanted time till 4th november, 1974. on 5th november, 1974 he applied for leave on medical grounds for one month with a medical certificate from a government medical officer. thereafter, he produced the certificate from the e.s.i. doctor. the leave was granted upto 30th january, 1975. he was again granted leave ..... upto 3rd january, 1975 to 11th march, 1975. on 18th march, 1975 the petitioner again applied for leave from 11th march, 1975. he did not produce any medical certificate. he was continuously absent for more than 8 days without proper leave. the management called for the explanation of the petitioner on 24th march, 1975. the petitioner submitted his ..... standing orders treated his services as having been automatically terminated. the workman made an application under s. 33a of the act before the labour court. the labour court accepted the workman's version that he had asked for extension of leave on medical grounds and had sent an application through another workman. on the circumstances, the labour court held that there was .....

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Mar 04 1980 (HC)

Rajesh Chand, Etc. Vs. Dayawati and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-04-1980

Reported in : ILR1981Delhi477

..... make a will of a certain purport and does so merely to purchase peace and in submission to b. the will is invalid.(2) the principle of section 16 of the contract act defining undue influence is also applicable to the burden of proof resting on the beneficiary propounder when he is in a position to ..... who is an eminent physician (and m.r.c.p.), examined amar nath at his own clinic on 3rd september, 1973 which shows that amar nath was definitely in a physical and mental state of mind capable of making the first will on 30th august, 1973.(9) we, thereforee, agree with the learned single ..... the evidentiary value of the statement of dw 5, and our conclusion is that there is no reliable or convincing evidence that the appellants arranged any medical attendance to amar nath after he shifted to their residence. thereforee the only reason given by the appellants why amar nath shifted from his own house ..... command asserted and yielded to for the sake of peace and quiet, or of escaping from distress of mind or social discomfort, these, if carried to a degree in which the free play of the testator's judgment, discretion, or wishes is overborne, will constitute undue influence, though no force is either used or ..... the result of his free will or not. (11) in the present case. the importunity of the appellants must be regarded as having reached the required degree to take away the free will of amar nath. because, firstly amar nath having died so soon after must have been gravely ill. secondly, there is .....

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Dec 17 1980 (HC)

Addl Commissioner of Income-tax, Madras-i Vs. Gangabai Charities

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-17-1980

Reported in : [1983]142ITR718(Mad)

..... religious purpose which does not ensure for the benefit of the public. the expression 'charitable purpose', however is the subject of definition in s. 2(15) of the act. there it has been defined to include relief of the poor, education, medical relief, and the advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying of any activity for profit. the ..... trust property either to religious or to charitable purposes, the fact that religious purposes are capable of being correctly and clearly understood will not set right the defect in the definition of the trust object, created by the inclusion of such vague phrases as 'cultural', 'social' and 'allied' purposes. 26. mr. ramamani urged that this manner of construing the charitable purposes ..... , can be regarded as rendering the income of the trust exigible to tax exemption. 15. as we earlier pointed out, s. 11 is the operative provision for tax exemption. the section refers to 'income derived from property held under trust wholly for charitable or religious purposes'. the expression 'religious purposes' is not, in terms, defined under the interpretation clauses of the ..... i.t. act. but an indication as to what it means is to be found in s. 13. section 13(1)(a) lays down that any part of the income from the property held under a trust for private religious purposes, which .....

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Mar 19 1980 (SC)

Charles K. Skaria and ors. Vs. Dr. C. Mathew and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-19-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC1231; (1980)2SCC752; [1980]3SCR71

..... -graduate degree and diploma courses in two of its universities trivandrum and calicut. the selection is made from among candidates guided by the prospectus issued in this behalf and the selection committee makes the selection, the principal of the medical college, trivandrum, being the convener hereof. a notification inviting applications was published in the gazette dated 27-2-1979 ..... post-graduate opthalmology and the whole exercise is confined to allotment of these seats in conformity with the equal opportunity rule which is constitutionally inviolable. the selection committee, acting on the guidelines, had to award 10 marks extra for those who had a post-graduate diploma-a reasonable recognition of an additional accomplishment relevant to the object ..... registrars of the universities informed officially which of the candidates had passed in the diploma course. the selection committee did not violate any mandatory rule nor act arbitrarily by accepting and acting upon these steps. had there been anything dubious, shady or unfair about the procedure or any mala fide move in the official exercises we would never ..... and to pursue his relief through the university or other appropriate state agency, we directed the impleadment of the indian medical council which is the statutory body concerned, at the national level, with higher medical degrees and courses. the medical council has not appeared before the court though its presence would have helped the forensic process to heal the fractured .....

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Aug 12 1980 (HC)

Prasanna Dinkar Sohale and Etc. Vs. the Director-in-charge, Laxminaray ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-12-1980

Reported in : AIR1982Bom176

..... employees'. the proposal of the director of the institutor was approved by the vice-chancellor by exercising his powers under s. 11 (4) of the university act, 1974, that section provides that in case of emergency the vice-chancellor can take any decision which any other authority is empowered to take, the decision as taken ultimately goes to ..... with lot of difficulties in the matter of education. apart from the problems of language, lit is not easy or always possible to get admission into institutions imparting medical education in foreign countries ...............the classification in all these cases is based on intelligible differentia which distinguished them from the group to which the petitioners belonged'.15. this ..... few types of --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*bracketed portion substituted as per correction order dt. 28-8-1980. in c. a. no. 1094 of 1980-ed.classifications for admission to the medical and other colleges has arisen before the supreme court in a number of cases. it will not be out of place to briefly refer to those cases for the ..... the opinion, the contention cannot be accepted for two reasons. in the first place while deciding the admission of students students to the degree course the object can be (1) imparting education, and (2) selection cannot have any relevance while deciding this function of admitting the students to the various curses. it may be material to note that .....

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Aug 11 1980 (HC)

Dr. Pramod Kumar Vs. University of Allahabad and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-11-1980

Reported in : AIR1981All8

..... of the application of the petitioner on the ground stated above was justified. pursuant to the power conferred by the medical council act, the medical council of india has framed regulations under section 33 of the said act for admission to the post-graduate medical education. for the point urged, it is not necessary to deal in detail with the provisions of all these regulations ..... not obtain prior permission from the state government, his application for admission to the m. d. course could not be considered. 2. however, the application came for final selection and admission to the post graduate course before the research degree committee. this committee consisted of the vice chancellor, the principal of the college, and the head of the department concerned. the ..... meeting of the college council was held on 2-1-1980, and, thereafter the meeting of the research degree committee was held on 4-2-1980. the decision of the research degree committee admitting respondents nos. 6 and 7 was communicated by office memo no. 1519 dated 8 ..... -2-1980. from paragraph 4 of the counter-affidavit, of dr. y. p. naithani, it appears that the application of the petitioner for admission to .....

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