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Apr 25 2014 (HC)

Aheli Bal Vs. Director of Jipmer

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-25-2014

..... interpretation clause, prima facie, that definition governs whenever that word is used in the body of the statute, unless the context requires otherwise. in view of the non obstante clause in section 24 stating that notwithstanding anything contained in the indian medical council act, 1956, the dentist act, 1948 and the indian nursing council act, 1947, the medical degrees shall be recognised as medical qualifications for the purpose of ..... is totally different from the issue decided in annamalai university case by virtue of sections 23, 24 and 30(2) of the jipmer act. although it cannot be argued that the non obstante clause under section 23 of the jipmer act does not give any clarity on the power for grant of medical degrees by the first respondent, without reference to the regulations and provisions made under ..... madras dated :25. 04.2014 coram the honourable mr.justice t.raja w.p.no.21814 of 2013 miss.aheli bal .. petitioner -vs- 1. the director jipmer puducherry 605 086 2. medical council of india represented by its secretary sector 8 new delhi .. respondents petition under article 226 of the constitution of india, praying for the issue of a writ of mandamus .....

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Jan 24 2014 (HC)

Medical Council of India Vs. Prashant Kumar Gupta and anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-24-2014

..... india are dealt within a special provision, that is, section 13(4a) of the act. necessarily, for examining the validity of the medical qualification granted by a medical institution in any country outside india, the norms and tests of the country where the medical institution is situated, will have to be fulfilled for recognition of the degree in that country and the norms that are prescribed ..... of this court in w.p.(c) no.6452/2012 preferred by the respondent no.1 (respondent no.2 is the union of india) directing the appellant to grant provisional registration under section 25(1) of the indian medical council act, 1956 to the respondent no.1 in case he had passed the screening test held on 25th march, 2012 ..... .2. the counsel for the respondent no.2 union of india appears on advance notice. we have heard the senior counsel for the appellant at ..... india ..... appellant through: mr. maninder singh, sr. adv. with mr. t. singhdev, adv. versus prashant kumar gupta & anr ..... respondents through: mr. sunil kumar &mr. rajiv ranjan mishra, advs. for r-2/uoi. coram:hon ble the chief justice hon ble mr. justice rajiv sahai endlaw1 this intra court appeal impugns the judgment dated 30th september, 2013 of the learned single judge .....

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Sep 25 2014 (HC)

Dr.S.P.Shiani and Others Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh, Rep. Bythe

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-25-2014

..... regard to the validity of the rules. it is stated in the counter of 1st respondent that the rules relating to admissions into post-graduate medical degree, dental and super-speciality courses in un-aided non-minority professional institutes in the state of andhra pradesh were issued vide g.o.ms.no. ..... in support of his contention that the state government is empowered to frame rules for regulating admissions into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses, placed reliance on the judgment of honble supreme court in the case of dr. ambesh kumar vs. principal, l.l.r ..... university or group of universities/institutions and except academic merit, there is no provision for giving any weightage marks for selecting the students into post-graduate medical degree and diploma courses. in contrast, in the rules framed vide g.o.ms.no.93, dated 01.07.2013, 15% weightage marks can ..... mandatory in nature and therefore, the procedure prescribed by those regulations is to be followed for making admissions into post-graduate degree and diploma courses in the un-aided medical colleges in the state.18. sri vedula venkata ramana, learned senior counsel appearing for the 4th respondent-college submitted that ..... the post-graduate medical education regulations, 2000 framed under the indian medical council act, 1956, but they also run contrary to the directions issued by the honble supreme court in mridul dhars case (2 supra), and we also hold that the impugned rules are ultra vires of section 3 of act no.5 of .....

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Jul 02 2014 (HC)

Dodda Praveen Reddy and AnoThe Vs. the Government of Telangana, Rep. b ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-02-2014

..... -d of the constitution of india holds field and the 3rd respondent university has issued prospectus in consonance with the same.11. learned standing counsel further submits that as per section 95 of the act 6 of 2014, admission process for p.g medical degree/diploma courses will be the same for the next ten years and there is nothing inconsistent in the ..... by counsel on either side.13. for determining the issue in the writ petition, it is relevant to extract the definition of local candidate as stated in the regulations issued by the 3rd respondent for the purpose of admission into post graduate medical degree/diploma courses for the academic year 2014-15. regulation 4.4: local candidates:4. 4.1 a candidate for ..... of andhra pradesh, which is relevant qualifying examination; therefore, they cannot be treated as local candidates, as per regulations 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 of the prospectus issued for admission to p.g medical degree/diploma courses for the academic year 2014-2015. he further contends that the local area and local candidate are defined in the presidential order and same ..... petitioners in the osmania university area will not be counted for the purpose of determination as to whether they fall within the definition of local candidate or not. the petitioners will not fall within the definition of rule 4.4.2 of the prospectus as they have not studied maximum period of 7 years preceding to the relevant qualifying examination and that their .....

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Apr 11 2014 (TRI)

Ajijur Rehman Firoz Ahmad Shaikh and Another Vs. Tara Gulab Gupta and ...

Court : Maharashtra State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-11-2014

..... opinions of the members of the bench, following points of difference arose:- (i) whether the opponent being holding degree b.u.m.s. (pune) and a registered practitioner under maharashtra medical practitioners act, 1961 read with section-17 of the indian medicine central council act, 1970 in part one of the register, entitled to practice in unani system of medicine and modern scientific ( ..... allopathy) medicine? (ii) whether the medical negligence vis- -vis deficiency in service on the part of the opponent is established? i ..... honble apex court in the case of poonam verma v/s. ashwin patel and ors., ii (1996) cpj-1 (sc), is fully applicable in the case in hand. 8. opponent-doctor is not registered under the provisions of indian medical council act, 1956 and maharashtra medical council act, 1965. to follow the practice of allopathy, it is mandatory for the practitioner to register ..... now as per majority view, i pass the following order :-order 1. appeal bearing no.390/2010 filed by original opponent-ajijur rehman firoz ahmad shaikh is hereby dismissed. 2. appeal bearing no.608/2010 filed by original complainant-smt.tara gulab gupta is partly allowed. 3. order passed by the district forum in consumer complaint no.527/2006 is .....

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Apr 11 2014 (TRI)

Ajijur Rehman Firoz Ahmad Shaikh and Another Vs. Tara Gulab Gupta and ...

Court : SCDRC

Decided on : Apr-11-2014

..... opinions of the members of the bench, following points of difference arose:- (i) whether the opponent being holding degree b.u.m.s. (pune) and a registered practitioner under maharashtra medical practitioners act, 1961 read with section-17 of the indian medicine central council act, 1970 in part one of the register, entitled to practice in unani system of medicine and modern scientific ( ..... allopathy) medicine? (ii) whether the medical negligence vis- -vis deficiency in service on the part of the opponent is established? i ..... honble apex court in the case of poonam verma v/s. ashwin patel and ors., ii (1996) cpj-1 (sc), is fully applicable in the case in hand. 8. opponent-doctor is not registered under the provisions of indian medical council act, 1956 and maharashtra medical council act, 1965. to follow the practice of allopathy, it is mandatory for the practitioner to register ..... now as per majority view, i pass the following order :-order 1. appeal bearing no.390/2010 filed by original opponent-ajijur rehman firoz ahmad shaikh is hereby dismissed. 2. appeal bearing no.608/2010 filed by original complainant-smt.tara gulab gupta is partly allowed. 3. order passed by the district forum in consumer complaint no.527/2006 is .....

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Apr 23 2014 (TRI)

Rohini Morghode Vs. Dr. A.V. Sapre Sumati Memorial Hospital Pichhadi D ...

Court : National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission NCDRC

Decided on : Apr-23-2014

..... . the said doctor has the qualification d. ortho, which is diploma in orthopaedics. on the other hand, the respondent/opposite party has a masters degree in surgery, meaning thereby that he is better qualified and supposed to have better knowledge about the technical aspects of the subject. 11. in the ..... the ordinary skill of an ordinary competent man exercising that particular art that in the case of a medical man, negligence means failure to act in accordance with the standards of reasonably competent medical men at the time. this is a perfectly accurate statement as long as it is remembered that there ..... party contested the complaint, saying that there had been no negligence on their part and whatever procedure was done upon her, was in accordance with established medical practice. the opposite party stated that they had explained to the attending person, accompanying the patient, that the chances of getting the bone united in ..... dismissing appeal, the order passed by the district consumer disputes redressal forum, gwalior dated 02.09.2006, dismissing consumer complaint no. 265/2004, was upheld. 2. briefly stated, the facts of the case are that the petitioner/complainant smt. rohini morghode met with an accident on 29.07.2003, while going ..... dr. b.c. gupta, member this revision petition has been filed under section 21(b) of the consumer protection act, 1986 against the impugned order dated 30.04.2008, passed by the madhya pradesh state consumer disputes redressal commission, bhopal ( .....

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Jun 04 2014 (HC)

V.Palani Vs. Management of Metropolitan Transport Corporation

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-04-2014

..... her physical and mental integrity on an equal basis with others' 52. it is to be noted that the definition under section 2 (i) of the persons with disabilities (equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation) act, 1995, 'disability' means as follows; (i) blindness; (ii) low vision; (iii) leprosy-cured; (iv) hearing impairment; (v) locomotor disability; (vi) mental retardation; (vii) mental ..... 40% of any disability as certified by a medical authority.' 59. section 2(w) of the act enjoins as under'; (w) 'rehabilitation' refers to a process aimed at enabling persons with disabilities to reach and maintain their optimal physical, sensory, intellectual , psychiatric or social ..... service of persons with disabilities; 56. also, section 2(o) is as follows; (o) locomotor disability means disability of the bones, joints or muscles leading to substantial restriction of the movement of the limbs or any form of cerebral palsy; 57. section 2(p) of the act, 1995 runs as follows; (p) medical authority means any hospital or institution specified for the ..... purposes of this act by notification by the appropriate government; 58. section 2(t) of the act relating to 'person with disability' means 'a person suffering from not less than .....

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Oct 10 2014 (HC)

Guniganti Ravinder R Vs. the State of A.P. Rep. by Public Prosecu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-10-2014

..... file. here, it is not such a report submitted by the sub registrar to the police crime registered and investigated. the investigation is prerogative of the police including from section 2(d) explanation supra, they cannot file final report unless their investigation discloses commission of cognizable offence from the accusation made out by array of the accused in the charge sheet ..... prosecution by a sub registrar or receives information that a prosecution has been instituted by a sub registrrar, shall report that fact to the inspector general, that sections 32 and 32(a) of the act, provides mentioning of permanent postal address of the executants and the a.p. government circulation no.g1/15654/2006 dated 13.11.2006 with prospective operation ..... much less any deception or wrongful gain thereby for the addresses in the sale deeds in registering sale deeds after payment of the registration purpose and even under sections 82 and 83 of the act. the statements must be false and delivering of false copies of transactions or false personation and abetment which is lacking in the case for prosecution. further ..... in and around hyderabad having acquired properties by buying and selling agricultural lands even in medchal sub registry suppressing facts by showing false address violating the provisions of the registration act and, the regulations; that in the year 2005, the petitioner had three transactions under three sale deeds, in one of which given his address at ambaripet village of nizamabad .....

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Mar 20 2014 (HC)

Dr. Narote Amol Sadashivrao and Others Vs. State of Maharashtra and Ot ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-20-2014

..... power to frame rules relating to control and regulation of admission at the graduate and postgraduate level in medical colleges. this according to him is clear from the provisions of section 5(k) of 1998 act. in case of failure on the part of the university to frame rules relating to control and ..... health sciences in the state and to provide for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto. on the basis of provisions contained in section 5(k) of the 1998 act, it cannot be said that the power to prescribe the reservations or define the extent of reservation is vested exclusively in the ..... 23 .... 18. in k.r.c.s. balakrishna chetty and sons and co. v. state of madras, this court was interpreting section of the madras general sales tax act, 1939 in which the words "subject to" were used by the legislature. this court held that the use of words "subject to" had ..... regulation of admission, the state in terms of section 9(4) of 1998 act is empowered to issue a directive to the university for framing such rules, whereupon it shall be the duty of university to ..... 2.7.2013 and to provide for reservation or quota in respect of post-graduate degree courses. 5. the facts necessary for appreciation of the challenge are few and not in serious dispute. there is no dispute that the petitioners are employees of the state rendering services as medical officers?. consequently, the petitioners clearly answer the definition .....

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