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Dec 09 2011 (HC)

Dr.B.K.Madhankumar and ors. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-09-2011

..... in the website of the university on 2.8.2011 informing about the conduct of m.d.examination. it is also the contention of the university that the university having been created under the act, viz., the tamil nadu dr.m.g.r.medical university act, 1987, has got every power under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act to confer degrees/diplomas and certificates. the proposal of ..... .g.diploma course, which is a recognised medical p.g.diploma course and the doctors qualified with ..... diploma in clinical pathology are given post as tutors in blood banks attached to director of medical education and also as blood bank ..... , 2000, if any institution intends to start a post graduate medical education course or to increase the admission capacity, it shall obtain permission as per section 10a of the act. 4. it is further contended by the petitioners that the university is very much coming within the definition of 'person' as per the amendment act, 1993 and the diploma in clinical pathology is a p .....

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Oct 10 2011 (HC)

Shivaji Dnyandeo Patil and anr Vs. the Medical Council of IndiA.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-10-2011

..... dar es salaam, tanzania as equivalent to md degree in tanzania; and (ii) that the medical degrees offered to the said international medical & technological university, tanzania are recognized by medical council of tanzania and the mbbs graduates of the said university are eligible for registration as medical practitioners by the medical council of tanzania under the provisions of the medical practitioners & dentists act, cap 152 of the laws of tanzania ..... training in an institution in india without obtaining permission of the central government/mci as required under section 10a. the petitioners have been held not to be eligible for the grant of provisional registration since they had undergone a part of their studies for the medical degree in pune between 2005 and 2007. 5. in support of the petition, learned counsel appearing on ..... the grant of registration certificates to students who had completed their studies at institutions outside india. on 22 october 2010, the second petitioner made an application for provisional registration under section 25 (1) to the first respondent. the application was rejected by a communication dated 8 january 2011. the ground on which the application has been rejected is that a similar .....

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Sep 28 2011 (HC)

Teerthanker Mahaveer Institute of Management Vs. Union of India and or ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-28-2011

..... any course of study or training except with the previous permission of the central government obtained in accordance with the provisions of the act. sub- section (2) thereof provides that every person or medical college desirous of opening a medical college or increase its admission capacity in any course of study or training, including a post graduate course of study or training shall ..... the additional intake must be running an mbbs course recognized by the medical council of india which recognition is recognition granted by the medical council of india under section 10a of the indian medical council act and not recognition for the award of degree of mbbs as per section 11(2) of the indian medical council act.19. mr. sengh, learned sr. advocate further submitted that the ..... 2011 page 25 of 110 under clause 2 of the said regulations the "medical college" is defined as any institution by whatever name called in which a person may undergo a course of study or training which will qualify him for the award of any recognized graduate medical qualification. in the background of the said definition, the counsel drew attention of this court ..... to clause 8 which refers to the "grant of permission" and clause 3 of the same which states that the permission to establish a medical college and admit students may be granted initially for a .....

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Jan 24 2011 (HC)

Dr. (Mrs) Shagupta MoIn and anr. Vs. Aligarh Muslim University, Aligar ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-24-2011

..... .d. mandhyan submits that aligarh muslim university was established by act of parliament i.e. act no.xl of 1920 amended by aligarh muslim university amendment act, 1981 (act 62 of 1981). section 6 of the a.m.u. act defines recognition of degrees of the university. if the nomenclature of any degree has been subsequently altered by the medical council of india and adopted by authorities concerned, then ..... and are presently serving as readers (now designated as associate professor) in bio-chemistry in the same department. their degrees are known as degrees in medical bio-chemistry. 3. dr. m.u. siddhiqui-respondent no.2; dr. khushtar a. salman-respondent no.3; najmul islam-respondent no.4 and dr. khursheed alam-respondent no.5, are m.sc. and ph.d. from the faculty ..... posts were re-advertised on 16.11.2009. the petitioners were informed with the detailed facts in pursuance to their application under r.t.i. act. the university has treated respondent nos.2 to 5 possessing ph.d. degree in bio-chemistry from faculty of medicine, aligarh muslim university, as eligible being qualified for appointment to the post of professor. they posses the ..... .2000 is fully financed and controlled by the central government. it is an instrumentality of the state and is bound by m.c.i. regulations. apprehending that the respondent nos.2 to 5 will be called for interviews, they prayed for interim directions. on 9.3.2010 the court directed that the interviews shall be held and the result will also .....

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Feb 17 2011 (HC)

E.Pradeep Prem Kumar Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-17-2011

..... working hours for the post graduate degree students in the medical colleges affiliated to the third respondent university.3. the medical council of india (mci) have filed a counter affidavit inter alia contending that in exercise of powers conferred under sections 20 and 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956, the mci has published the post graduate medical education regulations, 2000, which was ..... approved by the government of india and as per clauses 13.2 & 13.3, of the said regulation, all candidates joining post graduate training ..... details about their working hours, hours of sleep number of extended-duration shifts etc. it is reported that a total of 2,737 interns took part in the survey. it has been stated that in the us medical students, who are doing their internship (first year of postgraduate clinical training) regularly work in the clinic for longer than 24 ..... has sought for a direction upon the respondents to prescribe working hours, weekly off, leave including maternity leave, holidays, etc. for the post graduate degree students in medical colleges affiliated to the third respondent university.2. the case of the petitioner is that a candidate, who joins a post graduate programme in any one of the affiliated colleges of the third .....

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Apr 01 2011 (HC)

Dr. Anil Kumar Mishra Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-01-2011

..... any recognised medical qualifications as defined in clause (h) of section 2 of the indian medical council act, 1956, and whose name has been entered in state medical register.19. the petitioners are not medical practitioners having recognised medical qualifications under clause (h) of section 2 of the indian medical council act, 1956 ..... registered medical practitioner means medical practitioner, who possesses ..... , or radiologist or registered medical practitioner who has post graduate degree or diploma or six months training for one year's experience in sonography or imaging scanning can only perform the ultrasound tests, in genetic clinic, ultrasound clinic and imaging centre, registered under rule 3 (2). the registered medical practitioner is defined under section 2 (m) of the pc & pndt act, 1994. the definition provides that such a .....

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Oct 13 2011 (HC)

Medical Council of India Vs. Teerthanker Mahaveer Inst of Management a ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-13-2011

..... to award degrees of medical qualifications is governed by section 11 of the indian medical council act 1956. we note section 11. it reads as under:-section 11 - recognition of medical qualifications granted by universities or medical institutions in india(1) the medical qualifications granted by any university or medical institution in india which are included in the first schedule shall be recognised medical qualifications for the purposes of this act.(2) any university ..... from a recognition granted to an institute to award medical qualifications as per section 11 and that the scheme of the act and regulations envisage that initial permission granted under section 10a has to be renewed on yearly basis till such time the institute is recognized to grant a medical degree.12. thus, for all purposes, the act and the regulations contemplate two kinds of recognitions. one ..... may be called a transient recognition on year to year basis under section 10a, and a permanent recognition under section 11 and needless to state since a bachelors degree in medicines spans a course study period of 5 .....

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Feb 21 2011 (HC)

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Medical Association (Regd.) Delh ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-21-2011

..... all important 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."23. section 13 deals with the objects of the institute which is ..... of the citizen? how can one accept that students would suffer because of the teachers no holding examination and doing their duties? strike is definitely not the way and by no stretch of imagination it can be said that it is their fundamental or legal right."40. in view of ..... his book what next in the law which has been reproduced in comptroller and auditor-general of india v. k.s. jagannathan, (1986) 2 scc 679:"2. recourse to law in order to ensure this recourse, it is important that the law itself should provide adequate and efficient remedies for abuse ..... the campus;(vii) any violation will result into disciplinary and other actions;"34. in bharat kumar k. palicha v. state of kerala, (1997) 2 klt 287 (fb), while dealing with the issue pertaining to calling for a bandh, the full bench has expressed thus "no political party or organisation ..... employee of staff or faculty member will cease work for any reason whatsoever or disrupt the work, or aid, or abet such disruption or cessation;(ii) no use of loud speakers or shouting of slogans, demonstrations, dharna within the campus.(iii) no gate meetings or protest meetings of any kind .....

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Jun 14 2011 (TRI)

Dr.D.Balachandar, M.S., Ortho., M/S.Ellen Hospital Vs. Master Arunkuma ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Jun-14-2011

..... taken, leading any complication or deformity. mere accusing the doctor, for pain or postponing the healing in the process, cannot be brought under the definition of deficiency of service. in the discharge summary given by the opposite parties also, we are unable to find any irregularity, since the complainant ..... since failed, they have committed deficiency in service, causing mental agony, for which, the complainant is entitled to, not only the amount paid towards medical expenses namely rs.8,500/-, but also compensation of rs.50,000/-. thus the complaint. 5. the opposite parties admitting the treatment given by them ..... was no union or malunion of fracture etc., this being the position, even as seen from the subsequent discharge summary, we find no negligent act on the part of the opposite parties, while giving the treatment. if the opposite parties have given wrong treatment that should have reflected in ..... the improper treatment. m/s.akilesh hospital treated the complainant properly, discharged on 19.1.2005, relieving the pain, charging only minimum of rs.2,600/- giving concession also. 4. the opposite parties ought to have taken proper care and treatment and ought to be cured the fracture in ..... order of the district forum, this commission made the following order: m. thanikachalam j, president 1. the second opposite party is the appellant. 2. brief facts:- the minor complainant had a fall on 25.12.2004 at gandhipuram 5th street, in which, he sustained injuries including fracture on .....

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Jun 14 2011 (TRI)

Dr.S. Manimegalai, K.B. Hospital Vs. Boopathy

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Jun-14-2011

..... supported by proof affidavit of the complainant, we have no hesitation to come to the conclusion that the opposite party should have committed negligent act, leading to deficiency of service, at the time of fixing venflon or while fixing needle in order to administer intravenous fluids. it is ..... delivery alone with the opposite party. thus, it is seen from the above admission available in the written version, that due to her negligent act alone, she should have pierced the artery, while fixing needle for administering intravenous fluids, and when the same was reported, she should have taken ..... detailed reply was given, since no reply notice was marked on behalf of the opposite party. the complainant accusing that the opposite party had committed negligent act, while fixing venflon, caused other complications, filed the case, which ended in her favour. 6. true, on behalf of the complainant, no ..... complaint. 4. the district forum mainly based upon the averments in the written version, came to the conclusion that the opposite party had acted negligently while treating the complainant, which had caused subsequent problem, which is also admitted in the written version. in this view though the ..... modifying the order of the district forum, krishnagiri, directing the opposite party to pay a sum of rs.2,50,000/- as compensation, for medical negligence and deficiency in service including medical expenses, otherwise confirming the order of the district forum. no order as to cost in this appeal. .....

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