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Sep 14 2017 (SC)

Karpagam Faculty of Medicl Sciences and Research Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-14-2017

..... 5th batch of 150 seats in mbbs course for the academic session 2016-17 and to grant recognition/approval to the appellant college under section 11(2) of the indian medical council act, 1956 (for short the act ). the communication dated 31st may, 2017, informing about the decision of the competent authority of the central government, which has been challenged ..... that they have fulfilled the entire infrastructure for recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical sciences & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. m.g.r. medical university, 20 chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th ..... undertaking that they have fulfilled the entire infrastructure for recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical sciences & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. m.g.r. medical university, chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th batch ..... report (15th & 16th march, 2017) with regard to recognition/approval of karpagam faculty of medical science & research, coimbatore, tamilnadu for the award of mbbs degree (150 seats) granted by the tamilnadu dr. mgr medical university, chennai u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 as well as compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 5th batch .....

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Oct 16 2017 (HC)

Dr. Sheikh Bilal Bashir vs.delhi Medical Council & Anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-16-2017

..... the mci in regard to the reports received from indian embassies in moscow and almaty to the aforesaid effect. on 1.11.1994, mci communicated its recommendation to derecognize all medical degrees from institutions located in erstwhile ussr. thereafter, in march 1995, the government of india also issued advertisements informing the public that the government of india had not authorized any private ..... therefore, indisputably the aforesaid guidelines are applicable in the case of the petitioner.20. in terms of the aforesaid guidelines, all persons who had completed their degree course prior to 15.03.2001 and had applied for registration with mci prior ..... framing of the aforesaid guidelines and amending the act, are narrated in rohit naresh agarwal v. union of w.p. (c) 2976/2015 page 7 of 9 india and ors. (supra) and for the sake of brevity, the same are not being repeated.19. in the present case, the petitioner had completed his medical degree course prior to 15.03.2001 and, ..... +2) or not having biology as a subject in their course. many of such students had proceeded outside india and taken admission overseas.16. the issues raised before the supreme court were addressed by bringing about legislative changes, section 13 of the act was amended by virtue of the indian medical council (amendment) act, 2001 by introducing sub-sections (4a) and (4b) in section 13 of the act .....

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May 03 2017 (HC)

Dr. Srinivasa K Vs. The Government of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-03-2017

..... academic qualifications, teaching and research experience category of minimum qualification & experience i) must possess mbbs degree or equivalent qualification included in any one of the schedules of the indian medical council act 1956. must be registered in a state medical register or indian medical register. ii) should have any one of the recognized postgraduate qualification i.e., md /ms in the concerned ..... be the issue for consideration.41. the requirements to be fulfilled by the applicant medical colleges for obtaining the letter of intent and letter of permission for establishment of new medical colleges and yearly renewals as required under section 10-a of the indian medical council act, 1956, vide annexure-z would disclose the staff requirement even as on the ..... norms in the matter of promotion an irresistible conclusion has to be drawn that such deviation is arbitrary.46. in exercise of powers conferred under section 10-a read with section 33 of indian medical council act, 1956, the medical council of india mci with the previous sanction of the central government has made regulations known and called as ..... medical 45 council of india establishment of medical college regulations, 1999 .47. there is no dispute to the fact that mci regulations insofar as prescribing the qualification for .....

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Oct 14 2017 (HC)

Sunita Kumari Minor Represented Through Smt Debjani Kumhar Mother Vs. ...

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Oct-14-2017

..... court to arrive at a definite conclusion but unfortunately the reports, which have been placed before this court, does not at all inspire confidence to rely on the same. it must be noted herein that sunita kumari is a victim of rape, which resulted in her getting pregnant. explanation-i to section 3 of the medical termination pregnancy act, 1971 reveals that a pregnancy ..... (15.10.2017). it goes without saying that the medical board shall be constituted of specialists required for examination of the victim. the medical board, which is to be constituted in terms of the above direction shall give a definite opinion with respect to the feasibility of getting the fetus aborted and the degree of risk factor, which is involved if steps are taken ..... of sri bharat kumhar, resident of ho no. c/61, baridih basti, p.o. baridih, p.s. baridih colony, district-east singhbhum, jamshedpur. .....petitioner versus 1. the state of jharkhand.2. the chief secretary, govt. of jharkhand, project building, dhurwa, p.o. & p.s. dhurwa, district-ranchi.3. the home secretary, govt of jharkhand, project building, dhurwa, p.o. & p.s ..... in getting the fetus aborted. report of the medical board shall be submitted to this court directly through an officer authorised in a sealed .....

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Sep 12 2017 (SC)

Madha Medical College and Research Institute Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-12-2017

..... challenging the order of debarment, the petitioner seeks a mandamus for the grant of recognition under section 11 of the indian medical council act, 1956 ( imc act ). in consequence, the petitioner also seeks a direction to permit it to participate in the process of counselling for admission to the 2 mbbs degree programme for the ensuing academic year. since a bank guarantee of rs ..... takes place, whichever is later. it was further directed by the then oversight committee that the inspection of the medical colleges which have been recommended for grant of conditional letter of permission/recognition under section 11(2) of the imc act shall be conducted after 30 september 2016 and any college which is found to have not complied with the deficiency ..... the purpose of admitting students in 2016-17, assessment of the physical infrastructure and teaching facilities was carried out under section 11(2) of the imc act on 18/19 march 2016. the assessment reports were considered by the executive committee of the medical council of india ( mci ) which noted the existence of as many as 39 deficiencies. among the deficiencies ..... on 12 august 2016, the oversight committee, on the basis of the information furnished by the medical colleges on their website and without conducting physical assessment, approved the case of the petitioner for grant of conditional recognition under section 11(2) of the imc act in respect of the 150 students admitted in the 1 the oversight committee was appointed in pursuance .....

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Apr 28 2017 (SC)

Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College and Hospital and Ors Vs. State ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-28-2017

..... college alone and does not impinge upon the autonomy of the appellant no.2 - university. the fact that appellant no.1 - college is a constituent of the appellant no.2 university, does not extricate it from the definition of a private medical educational institution under section 2 (j) of the 2006 act, as amended. he submits that the fact that the appellants have conceded ..... proven ability to make distinctive contributions to the objectives of the university education system that is academic engagement clearly distinguishable from programmes of an ordinary nature that lead to conventional degrees in arts, science, engineering, medicine, dental, pharmacy, management, etc. routinely offered by conventional institutions; and to establish broad-based and viable under graduate, post graduate ..... the authority to start multi-faculty education courses within its campus and also constituent colleges off campus. the appellant no.2 university has been bestowed with the power to confer degrees and diplomas in terms of section 35 of the act. the same reads thus.:- 35. the convocation of the university shall be held in every academic year in ..... the manner as may be specified by the statutes for conferring degrees, diplomas or for any other purpose. the provisions regarding accreditation of the university can be discerned from section 36 of the act. section 37 postulates that the appellant no.2 - university will be bound to comply with all the rules, regulations and norms etc .....

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Sep 21 2017 (SC)

Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education Haldia (Icare) ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-21-2017

..... health and family welfare and further to issue writ of mandamus or directing the respondents to grant recognition under section 11(2) of the indian medical council act, 1956 (for brevity, ?the act ) approval to the petitioner no.2 college and recognition to the mbbs degree to be awarded by the west bengal university of health sciences, kolkata in respect of the students who have ..... first time under sub-section (2).? 21. section 10-a has been interpreted in royal medical trust (registered) and anr v. union of india & anr3. the said decision also reflects on the regulations framed by the mci. the court has ruled that the mci and the central government, having vested with the monitoring powers under section 10-a of the act, they are required ..... council decided to recommended to the central government not to recognize/approve icare institute of medical sciences & research, haldia, west bengal for the award of mbbs degree (100 seats) granted by the west bengal university of health sciences, kolkata u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and further decided that the institute be asked to submit the compliance for ..... undertaking that they have fulfilled the entire infrastructure for recognition/approval of icare institute of medical sciences and research, haldia, west bengal for the award of mbbs degree (100 seats) granted by the west bengal university of health sciences, kolkata u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 and compliance verification assessment for renewal of permission for admission of 6th batch .....

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Oct 10 2017 (HC)

Union of India & Anr vs.swati Srivastava

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-10-2017

..... to schedule the indian medical council act,1956 (102 1956). holders of medical qualifications included in part ii of the said third should schedule also the conditions in sub- specified section(3) of section 13 of the said act. ***or a dental qualification in the part i, part ii or the part schedule the dentists act, 1948 (16 of 1948) ****or bachelor?s a degree in veterinary science animal ..... not interfere in such decision unless mala fides are attributed or allegations of arbitrariness are proved.17. after giving our anxious consideration in the matter, we are of the definite opinion that the high court should not have entered into the arena of the experts and to reassess the merit of the candidates when it is finally decided by a ..... the recruitment rules. there is no explanation by the... petitioner as to why dr. p.k. banerjee, director, defence institute of physiology and allied science (dipas), would include the degree of m.sc. in environmental biology, with biotechnology, as an essential and eligible qualification for appointment to post of scientist b? in biotechnology, if the same was not in consonance ..... specialization in biotechnology. what, thus, emerges is that the respondent had clearly disclosed in her application form itself that she had appeared in the final year exam of m.sc. degree in environmental biology. she had neither claimed that she was holding the qualification of b.tech. (biotechnology), nor m.sc. (biotechnology), nor had she produced any fake certificate. .....

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Jan 11 2017 (SC)

Manish Sharma Vs. Director Deptt. of Medical Edu. and Research

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-11-2017

..... mentioned in part-a of annexure-ii or its equivalent qualifications. (iii) ..... or second schedule or part-ii of the third schedule (other than licentiate qualification) to the indian medical council act, 1956. holders of educational qualification included in part-ii of the third schedule should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-section (3) of section 13 of indian medical council act, 1956. (ii) a post graduate degree in the concern specialty ..... at least 3 years teaching experience as lecturer/registrar/ demonstrator/resident after doing post graduation in the concerned specialty in any recognized medical college. 2. the ..... dispute is on the equivalency. according to the appellant, the two years post-graduate diploma possessed by him is equivalent to the post- graduate degree in the speciality. it appears nobody has considered this aspect of the matter .....

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Feb 22 2017 (SC)

Ex. Gnr Laxmanram Poonia (Dead) Through Lrs. Vs. Union of India and Or ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-22-2017

..... appellant. the tribunal vide order dated 23.02.2016 also dismissed m.a. no.390 of 2015 filed by the appellant seeking leave to appeal under section 31 of the armed forces tribunal act.2. the facts relevant for disposal of this appeal are as follows:- the appellant was enrolled in the indian army on 14.09.2005. his basic military ..... unimpeachable so far, and thus, the appellant was rightly denied disability pension. it was further contended that psychiatric disorder of the person cannot be detected by the medical board conducting medical examination at the time of enrollment in service, in the absence of previous history or overt manifestation and it was on the appellant to specifically prove that he ..... . his disability was assessed at 60% for life; but was viewed as neither attributable to nor aggravated by military service. the tribunal specifically held that though the invaliding medical board categorically opined that he was suffering from acute schizophrenia like psychotic disorder , the disability of the applicant being constitutional in nature cannot be considered to be connected with ..... where he was discharged on 06.10.2009. he was brought before a duly constituted invaliding medical board on 09.09.2009 to assess the cause and degree of disablement. the invaliding medical board opined that he was suffering from acute schizophrenia like psychotic disorder . medical board further opined that the disability being constitutional in nature is not connected with military service. .....

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