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Aug 10 1999 (HC)

Dr. Preeti Srivastava and anr. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh and ors ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-10-1999

Reported in : (1999)3UPLBEC2179

..... the student who has successfully completed his course of study and obtained the requisite degree. it is the obtaining of such requisite medical degree and qualification that entitles him to get enrolled as per section 15 of any state medical register so that he can act as a registered medical practitioner. that obviously has nothing to do with the admission of students desirous of ..... . section 12 sets out the objects of the institute. these are as follows :'objects of institute.-the objects ..... . punjab university, chandigarh, and anr., jt 1996 (11) sc 226.72. the post-graduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh, has been set up as an institution of national importance. the postgraduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh act, 1966, under section 2 provides that the object of the said institution is to make the institution one of national importance ..... of the relevant provisions of the constitution in the light of the various judgments of this court as detailed hereinafter.entry 66 of list i, old entry 11(2) of list ii and entry 25 of list iii:entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule reads as under :'co-ordination and determination of standards in institutions for .....

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Aug 10 1999 (SC)

Dr. Preeti Srivastava and anr. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh and ors ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-10-1999

Reported in : AIR1999SC2894a; [1999]Supp1SCR249

..... the student who has successfully completed his course of study and obtained the requisite degree. it is the obtaining of such requisite medical degree and qualification that entitles him to get enrolled as per section 15 on any state medical register so that he can act as a registered medical practitioner. that obviously has nothing to do with the admission of students desirous of ..... . section 12 sets out the objects of the institute. these are as follows:objects of institute. the objects ..... chawla v. punjab university, chandigarh and anr. : air1997sc788 .71. the post-graduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh, has been set up as an institution of national importance. the post-graduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh act, 1966, under section 2 provides that the object of the said institution is to make the institution one of national importance ..... the relevant provisions of the constitution in the light of the various judgments of this court as detailed hereinafter:entry 66 of list i, old entry 11(2) of list ii and entry 25 of list iii:entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule reads as under:co-ordination and determination of standards in institutions for higher .....

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Aug 10 1999 (SC)

Dr Preeti Srivastava and anr. Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-10-1999

Reported in : AIR1999SC2894; JT1999(5)SC498; 1999(4)SCALE579; (1999)7SCC120

..... the student who has successfully completed his course of study and obtained the requisite degree. it is the obtaining of such requisite medical degree and qualification that entitles him to get enrolled as per section 15 on any state medical register so that he can act as a registered medical practitioner. that obviously has nothing to do with the admission of students desirous of ..... . section 12 sets out the objects of the institute. these are as follows:objects of institute:the objects ..... mohan bir singh chawla v. punjab university, chandigarh : air1997sc788 .70. the post-graduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh, has been set up as an institution of national importance. the post-graduate institute of medical education and research, chandigarh act, 1966, under section 2 provides that the object of the said institution is to make the institution one of national importance ..... the relevant provisions of the constitution in the light of the various judgments of this court as detailed hereinafter:entry 66 of list i. old entry 11(2) of list ii and entry 25 of list iii:entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule reads as under.:co-ordination and determination of standards in institutions for higher .....

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Mar 15 1999 (HC)

Dr. Gaurish V. Naik Gaunekar and Others Vs. State of Goa and Others

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-15-1999

Reported in : AIR2000Bom86; 2000(2)ALLMR181; 1999(3)BomCR644

..... seeks to challenge the rules framed by the government of goa for admission to the post-graduate degree courses of goa university at goa medical college, bambolim. 2. till the year 1997, the admissions to the post-graduate degree and diploma courses of the goa university at goa medical college were governed by the rules which were comprised under notification no. 13/6/80 - e ..... student. in fact, even those observations can be of no assistance to the petitioner's as the same were in a context with the provisions contained in section 65 of the maharashtra universities act, 1994 which requires that the model rules for admission should be published in university gazette or official gazette six months in advance for the benefit of the students ..... ), taking a review of the various provisions of indian medical council act, 1956 has observed that amongst other things, the said act is concerned with the determination and co-ordination of standards of training in the medical institutions. it has been observed by the apex court therein that sections 16,17,18 and 19 of the said act speak of 'the courses of study and examination ..... . in that regard, the apex court has clearly held therein that 'so does section 20 empowers the council to prescribe standards of post-graduate medical education but for the guidance of the universities only.' the apex court has further observed:- 'it is thus clear that the act does not purport to deal with, regulate or provide for admission to graduate or post-graduate .....

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Mar 03 1999 (HC)

Arun Kaushal Advocate and anr. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-03-1999

Reported in : 1999IIIAD(Delhi)107

..... training of personnel in all impartment branches of health activities and also for medical research in its various aspects. the institute will have the power to grant medical degrees, diplomas and other academic distinctions which would be recognised medical degrees for the purpose of the indian medical council act, 1933.'2. being an institution of national importance, the aiims has enjoyed a premier ..... status in the country. while there is an all india entrance examination for the other medical colleges in rest of the ..... ) notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, establish and maintain.......... (g) train teachers for the different medical colleges in india. (h) hold examinations and grant such degrees..............'3. it is unfortunate that such an institute of public importance and utility had to suffer because of strike by the members of the ..... by which resort to such like strikes deserves to be avoided. we have also been informed that by letter dated 26.2.1999, government of india, ministry of human resource development, department of education, technical section-1 had conveyed its decision to revise the scales of pay of the faculty and scientific/design staff of indian institute .....

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Jul 05 1999 (HC)

Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Vs. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-05-1999

Reported in : AIR1999Kant483; ILR2000KAR63

..... purpose as the mci deems necessary to carry out the purposes of the act. fixation of admission capacity of a medical college in terms of explanation ii to section 10-a of the mci act, needs to be done by the mci and, therefore, in terms of section 9 of the mci act, it had the competence to entrust the task of ascertaining the admission ..... inspectors and, after ascertaining the available infrastructures and facilities available in the colleges, fixed the admission capacities of the respective colleges for the academic year 1996-97 both for degree and diploma courses and the same was communicated to the colleges as well as the affiliating university. the petitioner-college was communicated of mci's decision under letter dt. ..... in order to ascertain their permissible intake in 'terms of the medical and dental council acts. on receiving the said informations from the colleges concerned, and those furnished by the mci and the dci, the universityprepared a statement in respect of each of the medical/dental colleges conducting post-graduate degree and diploma courses. this statement was placed on record on 6 ..... -12-1996 along with the personal affidavit of the registrar of respondent-university. the copies of the said statement was made available to all the concerned medical colleges. but, curiously, before the said report .....

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Feb 19 1999 (HC)

U.K. Kini and anr. Vs. K. Vasudeva Pai and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-19-1999

Reported in : II(2000)ACC429; 2001ACJ2141

..... be said that the doctors were negligent and they did not discharge their duties. in view of defendant nos. 1 and 2 having exercised reasonable degree of care as could be expected of a medical practitioner, the suit should have been dismissed.14. per contra, mr. v. tarakaram, the learned senior counsel appearing for ..... acj 183 (sc), by this court, a medical practitioner has various duties towards his patient and he must act with a reasonable degree of skill and knowledge and must exercise a reasonable degree of care. this is the least which a patient expects from a doctor.(16) in ..... expense of bringing a legal action and the denial of legal aid to all but the poorest operate to limit medical litigation in this country. with the emergence of the consumer protection act no doubt in some cases patients have been able to establish the negligence of the doctors rendering service and ..... ailment, it would be difficult to hold the doctor to be guilty of negligence.(15) in cases where the doctors act carelessly and in a manner which is not expected of a medical practitioner, then in such a case an action in torts would be maintainable. as held in laxman's case 1968 ..... plaintiffs. only the plaintiffs have to rely on the evidence to prove the negligent act of defendant nos. 1 and 2 in conducting the operation.34. in this context it may be material to note section 106 of the evidence act, 1872 which deals with the burden of proving the fact especially within the .....

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May 19 1999 (HC)

Ardeshir Dalal Memorial Hospital Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-19-1999

..... possible conclusion which can be arrived at is that the respondent cannot be held to be regarded as a workman under section 2(s) of the act.' 13. admittedly, in the instant case, theworkman concerned, dr. a.p. rao wasoriginally appointed as medical officer by theboard of governors in the year, 1970 and,thereafter he was promoted as residentmedical officer for the hospital and ..... considering the facts, evidence and relevant provisions of law, held that the petitioner-hospital is an industry and respondent no. 3 is a workman within the meaning of section 2(s) of the act as he was not doing managerial and administrative work in the said hospital but he was performing the technical, clerical and manual work. accordingly, labour court held that the ..... the management was justified or not. before the labour court the management raised an objection that respondent no. 2 was not a workman within the meaning of the expression as defined in section 2(s) of the industrial disputes act. the matter ultimately went to the apex court, and the apex court after considering its earlier decision, held as under: 'the aforesaid facts, in ..... tribunal has no option but to decide the reference. mr. sinha, then submitted that the labour court has come to a finding that the respondent no. 3 comes within the definition of workman and the supervisory work entrusted to him was incidental to his duty. according to the learned counsel, the nature of job performed by the respondent no. 3 was .....

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Mar 12 1999 (HC)

Sanjiv Kumar Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-12-1999

Reported in : (1999)122PLR199

..... and reasons and the various sections of the act quoted above, more particularly section 14 thereof, which deals with the grant of recognition of medical qualifications granted by certain medical institutions in india clearly postulates that those institutions which are included in schedule 2 to the act, shall be recognised medical qualifications for the purpose of the act, whereas section 22 of the act specifically provides that the council ..... the counsel had complete control with regard to the minimum standards for admission to courses in the indian system of medicine and as the degree issued by the examining body had been incorporated in schedule 2 of the act, the university had no option but to recognise the same and to grant admission to the petitioner. he has, in this connection, ..... october, 1998 with their reply, (the proceedings of the admission committee on that date) with regard to the petitioner's case in which it had been decided that the degree obtained by the petitioner could not be recognised by the university.4. a similar reply has been filed on behalf of the other two respondents, who, in addition, have ..... time with regard to his eligibility to take the test and, thereafter to be admitted to the course and he was advised to bring evidence to show that his graduate degree had been recognised by the central council of indian medicine (hereinafter called the council'). the petitioner, accordingly, obtained a communication annexure p-1 dated 5th october, 1998 from .....

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Jul 23 1999 (HC)

Pydah Educational Academy, Visakhapatnam Vs. Govt. of A.P. and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-23-1999

Reported in : 1999(5)ALD115; 1999(4)ALT568

..... . if it is other course, it is the government to confer recognition and affiliation.4. the section committee (justice ramachandra raju committee) issued notification inviting applications for two year diploma course in medical lab technology as well as for b.sc., degree course in medical lab technology under university of health sciences. the notification was issued in news papers including 'eenadu' ..... in education department is the first respondent. the university of health sciences (now called as n.t.r.university, health sciences) represented by its registrar is the second respondent.2. briefly stated the facts are as follows:-the government of andhra pradesh constituted an expert committee in g.o.ms. no.922 hm & fw (k2) department dated 3- ..... the guide-lines of the department and suggested changes. after considering all this, the government in exercise of powers conferred by section 99 of a.p. education act, 1982 made rules. these rules are called a.p. private para medical training institutions (grant of permission and regulation of admission into private institutions) rules, 1977 (hereinafter callled as the rules for short ..... ). these rules were framed in g.o. ms. no.304 health, medical and family welfare (w-i) department, dated 7-8-1997. .....

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