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Dec 19 1986 (SC)

Dr. Ambesh Kumar Vs. Principal, L.L.R.M. Medical College, Meerut and o ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-19-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC400; 1986(2)SCALE1211; 1986Supp(1)SCC543; [1987]1SCR661; 1987(1)LC139(SC)

..... for consideration strictly or merit for admission to the said post-graduate courses both degree and diploma. it has been urged with some vehemence that it is within the province of medical council to make recommendations under section 33 of the indian medical council act prescribing the standards or criteria for selection of candidates for post-graduate training and the central government accepted them by ..... -graduate courses. 6. the post-graduate committee was of the opinion that in order to determine the merit of a candidate for admission to post-graduate medical courses, (i) his performance at the mbbs examination; (ii) his performance during the course of internship and housemanship for which a daily assessment chart be maintained and (iii) the report of the teachers which is ..... in m.d., m.s. etc. on the basis of merit in accordance with the regulations made under the indian medical council act is invalid as it trenches upon entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution. 2. civil appeal no. 6119 of 1983 is against the judgment and order dated 22.4.1983 made in civil misc. writ ..... notification dated 3.12.1980. in the notification dated 3.12.1980, the criteria for admission to the post-graduate courses was on the basis of merit only. in para 2 of the said order the manner how the merit is to be determined has been laid down. in that order there was no such criteria laid down as mentioned in .....

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Sep 17 1986 (HC)

Sarwan Singh Dardi Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-17-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H81

..... person- (i) holding a qualification granted by an authority or need under s. 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956 (102 of i956); or (ii) registered or in a medical register of a state meant for the registration of person practising the modern scientific system of medicine excluding the ..... diplomas in the ayurvedic or unam system of medicine only 12. in view of the clear provision in the two central acts, namely s. 15, sub-section (2)(b) of 1956 act and s. 1 sub-section (2)(b) of 1970 act, no person who is not qualified in the system of modern medicine and is not registered as such, either in the ..... any of the provisions of the act.28. one may, however, be ..... certain privileges upon a registered medical practitioner and, therefore, it became necessary to define the expression 'registered medical practitioner'. hence, a comprehensive definition of 'registered medical practitioner' was provided in the year 1960 by adding clause (ee) to r. 2 for the first time. such a definition was not provided in the act because the term 'registered medical practitioner' did not occur in .....

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Jun 11 1986 (FN)

Thornburgh Vs. Amer. Coll. of Obstetricians

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-11-1986

..... or induces an abortion when the fetus is viable commits a felony of the third degree. it shall be a complete defense to any charge brought against a physician for violating the requirements of this section that he had concluded in good faith, in his best medical judgment, that the unborn child was not viable at the time the abortion was performed ..... consequences attributed to them by the dissenting justices; the dissenting views discount the reality that the vast majority of physicians observe the standards of their profession, and act only on the basis of carefully deliberated medical judgments relating to life and health. plainly, the court today rejects any claim that the constitution requires abortions on demand." doe v. bolton, 410 u. ..... reporting provisions "that are reasonably directed to the preservation of maternal health and that properly respect a patient's confidentiality and privacy are permissible." but the reports required under the act before us today go well beyond the health-related interests that served to justify the missouri reports under consideration in danforth. pennsylvania would require, as missouri did not, information ..... ever suggested that a fetus is a "person" within the meaning of the fourteenth amendment. [ footnote 2/9 ] see roe v. wade, supra, at 410 u. s. 129 -147. [ footnote 2/10 ] he has, however, suggested that the concept of "liberty" is limited by two basic "definitions" of the values at stake. post at 476 u. s. 790 -791. like justice white, .....

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Oct 01 1986 (HC)

Gautam Kapoor Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-01-1986

Reported in : AIR1987Raj174; 1987(1)WLN548

..... so that prescribing of different conditions of eligibility does not ipso facto result in violation of article 14 of the constitution. moreover, for entry into medical colleges there is a definite recommendation of the medical council of india prescribing the minimum age limit, while no corresponding recommendation of any body of experts relating to the engineering colleges has been shown to ..... the field, is also required to prescribe the minimum standards of medical education. it is also empowered by the act to make regulations generally to carry out the purpose of the act and particularly for the matters specified expressly in section 33 of the act. one of the recommendations made by the medical council of india in exercise of its statutory power is that ..... minimum age limit prescribed for the purpose and a candidate should be eligible for admission on passing the qualifying examination, which is the first year of the three years degree course after passing the higher secondary examination. based on the normal calculation, learned counsel concedes that ordinarily minimum age of a candidate at the time of passing the qualifying ..... since the division bench deciding pramil gupta's case (supra), or cannot be read in the manner suggested by the learned single judge making this reference. the aforesaid questions nos. 2 and 3 need not, therefore, be answered.11. consequently, our answers to the questions referred to us for decision are as under : --(1) the impugned provision prescribing the .....

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Feb 28 1986 (HC)

Sambasiva Rao (P) Vs. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Visakhapatnam

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ547AP

..... a durwan in indian airlines corporation gets a salary of more than rs. 600 per month. it is unfortunate that the petitioner, who secured a medical degree, does not even compare favourably with a low-paid employee else-where. obviously for want of employment else-where and decent prospects to set up private ..... principles governing the employment of persons by state and public corporations, all that has to be examined in the present case is : whether the first respondent acted arbitrarily in dispensing with the services of the petitioner with effect from 1 march, 1985, and in refusing to consider the petitioner's case for regular ..... bench of this court in v. rajagopala reddy v. andhra pradesh state electricity board (1984-ii-llj-176). the decision of the supreme court in subba reddy v. andhra university (supra), is not applicable in case where the services of an employee ..... exercised violating art. 14 of the constitution. that was the view taken by my learned brother jeevan reddy, j., in ranga rao v. hindustan aeronautics (1981) 2 aplj 17 (soc) and p. a. choudary, j., in seshachalam (d. p.) v. administrative staff college of india 1984 lic 875 and also by a ..... time basis from time to time for specific period of 89 days as accepted by the petitioner and he was required to work for 4 1/2 hours a day without any claim or right for regular appointment. it is further pointed our that the petitioner was considered for selection by the .....

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Oct 24 1986 (HC)

K. Narmada Vs. the Secretary, Medical and Health Department, State of ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-24-1986

Reported in : AIR1988AP2

..... is the gate- way for future courses of study - courses leading to degrees in arts and sciences and courses leading to professions like engineering, medicine, 1-iw, etc. the indian medical council, an expert body, was constituted under the indian medical council act, 1'956 to control the minimum standards of the medical education and regulate their observance. it is empowered to supervise the qualifications ..... she thus suffered a detriment and, therefore, the respondents should not now be allowed to plead that she was not entitled to a seat in the medical course. the respondents 2 to 4, the principals of the medical colleges halve certain duties to perform as specified in rr. 15, 15a and 19 and they relate to verification of social status certificate, intermediate certificate ..... the ambit of doctrine. it being an equitable doctrine it must yield to equity. whether the cost of packing material was liable to excise duty under sec. 4(4) of the central excises and salt act on the ground that the cost represents the value of the goods was the question that came up for consideration in the aforesaid godfrey phlips india ..... university area in which he seeks admission the effect that the qualification possessed equivalent to or higher than intermediate examination conducted by the board of intermediate education of andhra pradesh. (2) candidates should have completed the age of seventeen years and should not have completed twenty-two years of age as on the 31st dec. of the year of admission. for .....

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Apr 30 1986 (FN)

Diamond Vs. Charles

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-30-1986

..... go through to childbirth"); 4 (abortion subsequent to first trimester); 5(1), (2), and (3) (definition of "viability"); 9 (prohibition of saline amniocentesis after first trimester); 10(i) (certification as to nonviability or as to medical indicators for abortion when fetus was viable); 10(j) (reporting requirements for saline amniocentesis ..... 749 f.2d 452, 455 (ca7 1984). [ footnote 9 ] section 6(4) then provided: "no person who intentionally terminates a pregnancy shall intentionally fail to exercise that degree of professional skill, care and diligence to preserve the life and health of the fetus which ..... deciding whether the director had standing, we held that "the presence of [the employee] as a party respondent arguing for his coverage under the act assures that an admittedly justiciable controversy is now before the court." id. at 459 u. s. 305 . the basis for our holding was ..... ? 81-26 (1983). on june 30, 1984, the illinois legislature amended 6(1), overriding another veto of the governor. 1984 ill. laws, pub. act 83-1128, 1. the court of appeals addressed the constitutionality of 6(1) as it appeared prior to the 1984 amendment. see charles v. daley, ..... 1979, over gubernatorial veto, the illinois legislature amended the state's 1975 abortion law to provide for increased regulation. 1979 ill.laws, pub. act 81-1078. that very day appellees, four physicians who provide obstetric, gynecologic, and abortion services in illinois filed a class action in the united .....

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Oct 20 1986 (HC)

Purna Palai Vs. the State

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Oct-20-1986

Reported in : 1987CriLJ1406

..... 8 and 10, but he has submitted and for the reasons t6 be stated hereinafter very fairly so, that evidence did hot warrant a definite conclusion that the death of the deceased was attributable to the assault on his person by the appellant especially as other accused persons were also ..... been made by the trial court that the evidence of a witness who has been put leading questions by the party bringing him under section 154, evidence act, is not to be discarded altogether and it is to be considered or what it is worth. in this connection, the trial ..... two named persons stood charged for the commission of the offence of murder in futherance of common intention and one of them was acquitted. the medical evidence showed that more than one person were the assailants and more than one instrument had been used for causing injuries on the person of the ..... lr 317 : (1984) 57 cut lt 312, loknath behera v. state, where death is caused, the degree of guilt of the offender depends on the intention or knowledge with which he did the act and the offences of which he may be convicted are murder, culpable homicide not amounting to murder, grievous hurt ..... 2. to bring home the charge, the prosecution had examined eighteen witnesses. of them, 7 to 12 had figured as witnesses to the occurrence. 7 to 9 did not, fully support the case of the prosecution and did not implicate all the alleged assailants for which they were put leading questions by the prosecution under section 154, evidence act .....

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Jan 15 1986 (HC)

Ram Kumar and Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-15-1986

Reported in : ILR1987Delhi480

..... 5, 7, 13 and 15. samples of saliva of both the accused were taken and were sent for chemical examination. the chemical examiner could not give any definite opinion regarding the saliva of karambir, but as regards the saliva of ram kumar it was found to be of 'a' group.(22) the shirt seized from ..... years (ago found by the additional sessions judge to be 18 years as on 9th may 1980 on the basis of the medical report) residence of village tajpur were tried on the charges under sections 376 and 302 of the indian penal code in the court of shri g. s. dakha, additional sessions judge. the ..... krishna, elder sister of kamlesh. the witnesses who have given evidence regarding this incident are highly interested, and we do not feel safe at all in acting on this interested evidence.(45) great stress has been laid by bawa gurcharan singh on the motive vedo had transferred her land to tara chand, father of ..... investigating officer says that he did not take into possession the cot on which the deceased was lying. this we find difficult to believe. public witness 2 constable shiv raj singh states that in his presence the police had taken into possession the cot on which the deceased was lying. in a case like ..... which is dilated : external injuries : (1) abrasion on the left side neck upper part, size 1' x 1', placed horizontally, colour i.s reddish brown; (2) one abrasion on the left side neck near the submandibular angle size 2110^ x 1] 10^ reddish in colour. (3) one abrasion on the left side chest, 1 .....

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Jul 18 1986 (HC)

Shyam Sunder Pathak Vs. University of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-18-1986

Reported in : 1986WLN(UC)368

..... the rules for recruitment to the haryana civil services (executive branch) and other allied services.12. in dr. dinesh kumar and ors. v. motilal nehru medical college, allahabad. : air1985sc1059 it was observed by their lordships of the supreme court as under:now it is necessary to point out that the number of ..... 7, 1985 and according to the university ordinances, after passing the final mbbs it was necessary to complete one year rotating internship before conferring the mbbs degree. under clause (d) of ordinance 268 a relaxation not exceeding 30 days was permissible in hard and genuine cases under very exceptional circumstances on the ..... of the principal to condone any further period. it was further submitted by mr. khan that so far as the principal is concerned, he had acted in good faith, and had taken prompt action without any delay on his part. it was also submitted that the principal shall abide by any directions ..... the best efforts of the petitioner this hon'ble court was pleased to pass an order on 11-7-1985 directing the respondent nos. 1 and 2 to permit the petitioner to join the rotating internship prescribed for the mbbs course. it has been submitted that though the petitioner had submitted the ..... circumstances of the case may kindly be granted in favour of the petitioner;(g) cost of the writ petition be allowed in favour of the petitioner.2. learned single judge by order dated may 19, 1986 observed as under:this would show that except securing zero mark in the long case in .....

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