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Jun 22 1995 (HC)

Teachers Association, Silchar Medical College and anr. Vs. State of As ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jun-22-1995

..... unintelligible differentia which distinguishes persons or things that are grouped together from others left out of the group. there is also no material to show that the differentia has a rationale relation to the object sought to be achieved by the impugned provisions. it is not understood as to why the sons and daughters of all categories of employees serving under ..... in favour of the sons and wards of the employees of the university is violative of the doctrine of equality enshrined under article 14 of the constitution. there is no rationale for the reservation of the seats in favour of the sons and wards of the employees of the university nor any such reservation has reasonable nexus with the object which .....

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Sep 21 1995 (HC)

Assam Company Ltd. and anr. Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Sep-21-1995

a.k. patnaik, j. 1. this is an appeal against the common judgment of the learned single judge dated november 7, 1994, in civil rules nos. 2094 of 1992 and 2589 of 1994 filed by the petitioners in civil rule no. 2094 of 1992.2. the relevant facts are that appellant no. 1 is a public limited company incorporated under the companies act, 1956, carrying on the cultivation, manufacture and sale of tea inside and outside india and appellant no. 2 is one of the directors of appellant no. 1. for cultivation of tea, the appellant is liable to pay tax under the assam agricultural income-tax act, 1939 (for short, 'the agricultural income-tax act'), and for manufacture and sale of tea, it is liable for income-tax under the income-tax act, 1961 (for short, 'the income-fax act').3. for the assessment year 1985-86 pertaining to accounting period ending june 30, 1984, appellant no. 1 was assessed under the income-tax act by the inspecting assistant commissioner, assessment range-ii, guwahati, by order dated february 29, 1988. in the said assessment order, the inspecting assistant commissioner first allowed deduction of rs. 44,98,378 under section 80hhc of the income-tax act and thereafter applied rule 8 of the income-tax rules, 1962 (for short, the income-tax rules'), and took 40 per cent. of the income from tea as business income. on the basis of the said computation, appellant no. 1 filed a computation before the agricultural income-tax officer, assam, treating the balance 60 per cent. as .....

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Jun 28 1995 (HC)

State of Assam and ors. Vs. Rajeev Dey and ors., Etc. Etc.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jun-28-1995

patnaik, j. 1. in this batch of 27 writ appeals, the common judgment dated 28-9-1994 of the learned single judge in 27 civil rules directing admission of 27 candidates for the session 1993-94 in order of merit in seats likely to be available in medical colleges in the state of assam for the session 1994-95 is under challenge.2. the brief facts leading to the filing of these appeals are that the aforesaid 27 candidates applied for admission to the 1st year m.b.b.s. course in the medical colleges of the state of assam for the session 1993-94 but were denied admission. aggrieved, some of them approached this court under article 226 of the constitution contending that admissions had been granted to candidates who had marks less than them in the qualifying examination and were thus less meritorious than them. when these writ petitions came up for hearing, the learned single judge passed orders on 12-8-1994 on civil rules no. 2919/94 directing publication of notice in the local daily 'the assam tribune' to all interested candidates seeking admission which was to be of the nature of a notice under order i, rule 8, c.p.c. pursuant to the order dated 12-8-1994, a notice was published in 'the assam tribune' dated 17th august, 1994 under order i, rule 8 of the c.p.c. stating therein that in some civil rules the petitioners had challenged that candidates have been admitted into different medical colleges of assam for the academic session 1993-94 depriving the petitioners who had better .....

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Sep 18 1995 (HC)

Progoty Supply and Co-operative Society Ltd. Vs. the State of Assam an ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Sep-18-1995

d.n. baruah, j. 1. all the above civil rules can be disposed of by a common judgment and order as all the civil rules arose out of work orders issued in pursuance of the notice inviting tenders dated 29-5-95 issued by the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election department, dispur, guwahati.2. facts for the purpose of disposal of these civil rules are as follows: election commission of india gave direction to the government of assam for preparation of photo identity cards of approximately 1.23 crore of voters comprised in 126 legislative assembly constituencies. pursuant to that the government of assam, election department issued a notice inviting tender bearing no. ele. 240/94/111 dated 29-5-95 under the signature of the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election department, dispur. by this notice inviting tender (for short the nit) sealed tenders were invited from 'well established firms/ concerns of national repute' for undertaking the job of preparation and supply of photo identity cards for all electors living in the state of assam on turn key basis in conformity with the specifications prescribed by the election commission of india. the photo identify cards would be prepared for approximately 1.23 crore electors comprised in 126 legislative assembly constituencies in the state of assam. by the said nit it was informed that the tenders would be received by the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election .....

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Sep 18 1995 (HC)

Progoty Supply and Co-operative Society Ltd. Vs. the State of Assam an ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Sep-18-1995

Reported in : AIR1996Gau72

orderd.n. baruah, j.1. all the above civil rules can be disposed of by a common judgment and order as all the civil rules arose out of work orders issued in pursuance of the notice inviting tenders dated 29-5-95 issued by the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election department, dispur, guwahati.2. facts for the purpose of disposal of these civil rules are as follows:election commission of india gave direction to the government of assam for preparation of photo identity cards of approximately 1.23 crore of voters comprised in 126 legislative assembly constituencies. pursuant to that the government of assam, election department issued a notice inviting tender bearing no. ele. 240/94/111 dated 29-5-95 under the signature of the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election department, dispur. by this notice inviting tender (for short the nit) sealed tenders were invited from 'well established firms/ concerns of national repute' for undertaking the job of preparation and supply of photo identity cards for all electors living in the state of assam on turn key basis in conformity with the specifications prescribed by the election commission of india. the photo identify cards would be prepared for approximately 1.23 crore electors comprised in 126 legislative assembly constituencies in the state of assam. by the said nit it was informed that the tenders would be received by the commissioner and secretary to the government of assam, election .....

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Mar 15 1995 (HC)

State of Manipur Vs. All Manipur Regular Post Vacancies Substitute Tea ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Mar-15-1995

baruah, j. 1. the above miscellaneous cases arising out of the above writ appeals involve similar questions of law and fact and, therefore, we dispose of all these misc. cases by a common judgment. in these misc. cases the applicant has filed applications for condonation of delay, if there be any, in preferring the appeals. 2. all these appeals were filed against a common judgment and order dated 15-12-92 passed by a learned single judge in civil rule no. 77/92 and others. the judgment was delivered on 15-12-92. however, all the appeals were filed on 4-11-94. therefore, there has been a delay of about 1 year 11 months. in the applications for condonation of delay, theapplicant the state of manipur, have stated, inter alia, that the civil rule no. 77/92 was filed by the respondent in the writ appeal no. 70/94.a common judgment and order was passed on 15-12-92 with direction to the state government to appoint the teachers selected by the d.p.c. and, thereafter, the teachers who failed to qualify, within a period of six months from the date of lifting of ban imposed by govt. the secretary (education) put up a note with a suggestion to prefer appeals against the said judgment before the appellate court. on 18-2-93, minister approved the note of the secretary. thereafter, official notes had been exchanged and series of meetings were held. besides, efforts were made for approval of the proposal to prefer appeals by the law department. 3. on august 23, 1993, secretary (education) .....

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Feb 17 1995 (HC)

Athokpam Satyabrata Singh Vs. State of Manipur and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Feb-17-1995

m. sharma, j.1. this writ petition has been preferred by the petitioner praying for his appointment to the post of section officer grade-i (elect) under 'die in harness' scheme. the petitioner is a graduate and he obtained be (elect) degree. he was appointed on march 3, 1990 to the post of section officer grade-ii (elect) against the vacant post of section officer grade-i (elect) under the die in harness scheme on the expiry of his father who died in harness (date of death is not mentioned). since his appointment as such petitioner has been making representation for his appointment in the post of section officer grade-i (elect) which he claimed to be entitled as similarly situated other persons were appointed in section officer grade-i (elect) under the scheme. the petitioner has given some examples by which similarly situated persons have been appointed as such (1) shri th. ranjit singh, section officer grade-i in the public health engineering department, manipur under the die in harness scheme, (2) shri k. lokeshore singh, be (agri) as section officer in the department of agriculture under the said scheme vide office order no. 29 dated february 24, 1989 of the chief engineer, phed, manipur. contention of the petitioner is that the post of section officer grade-i to which he was appointed as section officer grade-ii is a regular vacancy in the electricity department and he has all the requisite qualifications for being appointed as section officer grade-i, that he has the .....

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Feb 16 1995 (HC)

Athokpam Satyabrata Singh Vs. State of Manipur and Two ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Feb-16-1995

m. sharma, j.1 .this writ petition has been preferred by the petitioner praying for his appointment to the post of section officer grade - i (elect) under 'die-in-harness' scheme. the petitioner is a graduate and he obtained be (elect) degree. he was appointed on march 29, 1990 to the post of section officer grade - ii (elect) against the vacant post of section officer grade - i (elect) under the die in harness scheme on the expiry of his father who died in harness (date of death is not mentioned). since his appointment as such petitioner has been making representation for his appointment in the post of section officer grade - i (elect) which he claimed to be entitled as similarly situated other persons were appointed in section officer grade - i (elect) under the scheme. the petitioner has given some examples by which similarly situated persons have been appointed as such (1) shri th ranjit singh, section officer grade - i in the public health engineeringdepartment, manipur under the die in harnessscheme, (2) shri k. lokeshore singh, b.e (agri)as section officer in the department of agricultureunder the said scheme vide office order no. 29 dated :february 24, 1989 of the chief engineer, phed,manipur. contention of the petitioner is that thepost of section officer grade - i to which he wasappointed as section officer grade - ii is a regularvacancy in the electricity department and he has allthe requisite qualification for being appointed assection officer gr-i, that he has .....

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