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Nov 28 2000 (SC)

State of Punjab and anr. Vs. Sardari Lal and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2004(4)SCALE125; (2003)10SCC253

..... under the statute or any regulation framed thereunder?2. the state government being the authority which funds the university for several purposes sought to rely upon the provisions of sections 19, 23 and 25 of the guru nanak dev university amritsar act, 1969 (for short 'the act') and it was contended that the provisions of the aforesaid sections if read together, it would appear that ..... the state government retains the power of control, particularly when it relates to the funds being spent by the university for various purposes including the grant of accelerated ..... agricultural universities act in support of the contention that since the vice chancellor has certain power of control and that power must be held to be with the state government as the vice chancellor exercises that power in aid and advice of the state government. this provision is not there either in the statute of the guru nanak dev university or punjab university. ..... but even for the haryana and punjab agricultural university also the aforesaid power on a plain reading cannot be held to be conferring power on the state government to take any decision .....

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Aug 21 2013 (HC)

***** Vs. Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar and Another

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... academic session 2012-13 in the guru nanak dev university, amritsar [for short the university ].the university introduced in its curricula credit based continuous evaluation grading system in almost all the courses under the statutory credit based continuous evaluation grading system ordinance of 2011-12 [for short the ordinance ].made under the provisions of guru nanak dev university act, 1969 [for short the act ].cwp no.16423 of 2013 - ..... .16423 of 2013 -1- in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh ***** cwp no.16423 of 2013 date of decision:21.08.2013 ***** aayush goel . .petitioner versus guru nanak dev university, amritsar and another . . respondents ***** coram: hon ble mr.justice rakesh kumar jain ***** present: mr.a.k.chopra, sr.advocate, with mr.gursher singh, advocate, for the petitioner. ..... has further submitted that the petitioner did not join summer cours.as he himself stated that he was down with jaundice for which he cannot blame the university who had given a one time opportunity to all the existing students to attend summer cours.in any number of the courses/subjects even if they have ..... marks and consequent grades in each subject are made known to the students then and there in their respective departments, even before the formal declaration of the results by the university. the relevant provisions of the ordinance are as under: - 1. semester system: the academic programme shall be based on semester system: autum semester : july to december .....

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May 29 1989 (HC)

Swaran Singh and ors. Vs. Guru Nanak University and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1990)97PLR370

..... parent department, if their is no break in service between their relinquishing the charge in the parent department and the joining service of the guru nanak dev university, amritsar. this shall be operative for one year with effect from 1st november, 1969 :provided further that in the case of members recruited by direct appointment, the order of merit determined by the selection committee shall not be ..... as culled out from the pleadings of the parties, if noted at the outset, would make things easier. the guru nanak dev university ordinance, 1969 established the university, followed by act of the same name on november 29, 1969. section 19 of the act provided that the first statutes of the university shall be made by the state government and notified in the official gazette. the first statutes of the ..... add a new statute, and to the existing ones, or cause any amend meat or repeal of a statute. when the syndicate under the act empowered, its interpretation of the statute, though not always binding on the court, carries great value. the latter interpretation is by he syndicate and, as is evident .it overrules that ..... university thus were promulgated by the state government and notified in the punjab government provided for the determination of the seniority of the employees of .....

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May 05 2004 (SC)

P.M. Bhargava and ors. Vs. University Grants Commission and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2004SC3478; 2004(4)ALD99(SC); 2004(5)ALLMR(SC)658; JT2004(Suppl1)SC548; 2004(5)SCALE551; (2004)6SCC661; (2004)2UPLBEC1663

..... for the governance of the country.15. in dav college v. state of punjab : air1971sc1737 , challenge was made to certain provisions of guru nanak university amritsar act (act 21 of 1969) which made a provision for study and research on the life and teachings of guru nanak and their cultural and religious impact in the context of national and world civilisations on the ground that such a provision would ..... 14 and 19(1)(c) was also pleaded. the constitution bench repelled the challenge in the context of section 4(2) of the relevant act which provided for study and research on the life and teachings of guru nanak and it was held as under:'religious instruction is that which is imparted for inculcating the tenets, the rituals, the observances, ceremonies and ..... in doing so, the high court should show due regard to the opinion expressed by the board and its recommendations on which the chancellor has acted. this principle was reiterated in j.p. kulshreshtha v. chancellor, allahabad university : (1980)iillj175sc wherein it was held as under:'while there is no absolute ban, it is a rule of prudence that courts should ..... counter-affidavit on behalf of the ugc has been filed in this court. it is averred therein that under the university grants commission act, 1956, the ugc has been entrusted with the duty, inter alia, to recommend measures for the improvement of university education. the decision in relation to academic matters are arrived at collectively by the commission, which is a multi- .....

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Jan 10 2018 (HC)

M/S Ravinder Singh & Sons vs.m/s Evergreen Publications (India) Ltd. & ...

Court : Delhi

..... by martin hewings?, one of the leading publications of the appellant and the subject matter herein, has been prescribed and used by many universities all over the globe including india. this work is also prescribed in guru nanak dev university, amritsar, punjab for the students of b.a. part i, ii, iii. the grievance of the appellants is that the respondents are ..... with respect to telugu textbooks girija kalyanam . the learned single judge of the andhra pradesh high court held as follows: 4. the question, therefore, is whether the act of the respondent in writing the guide is an infringement of the copyright of girija kalyanam.......................6. in this case the court below considered in extenso the question at ..... published simultaneously each week there was no copying of matches selected by the respondents. the respondents claimed copyright in their coupon and alleged infringement by the appellants. by the copyright act, 1956, section 2(1) copyright subsisted in every original literary work, a literary work including, by virtue compilation. under section 2(5)(a) and section 49(1 ..... cpc moved on behalf of plaintiff is allowed. defendant no.1 and 2 by themselves, through their agents, servants, dealers, stockiest, representatives, sellers, distributors and all other persons acting on their behalf are restrained from printing, publishing, offering for sale, selling or otherwise dealing, directly or indirectly, in "examination question papers for icse class-x examinations" conducted .....

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Jan 15 1990 (HC)

Harnesh Kumar and Others Vs. Guru Nanak Dev University

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1990P& H227

..... notice that a number of other candidates like them have already appeared in various examinations through colleges affiliated to guru nanak dev university, amritsar, and their results had since been declared. the withholding of the result of the petitioners, according to them, was an act of discrimination and arbitrariness when they had already been granted admission in the said college and on that basis ..... 1988 punj & har 244, which has since been upheld by the division bench of this court.5. to be fair to the learned counsel appearing on behalf of guru nanak dev university, amritsar, it may be noticed that while vehemently opposing the writ petition reliance was also placed by the learned counsel on the division bench judgment of this court in cwp no ..... admission to b.a. part ii by layalpur khalsa college, jalandhar, in july, 1987, and they appeared in the said examination held in april, 1988 but somehow respondent guru nanak dev university, amritsar, withheld the result of the petitioners as it transpired that even though bihar pradesh shiksha parishad shripalpur, patna, had been recognised by the other ..... had been held eligible for admission to b.a. part ii examination of the guru nanak dev university. otherwise being a non-statutory body, the parishad was not as such recognised by the university. same is the position with regard to the other institution known as varanaseya sanskrit university, varanasi.4. after hearing the learned counsel for the parties and having gone through .....

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Jan 02 1995 (HC)

Dupinder Singh Vs. Guru Nanak Dev University

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1995)110PLR166

..... system) in any group from the punjab school education board/c.b.s.e. or any other examination recognised as equivalent thereto by the guru nanak dev university, amritsar.2.2 the admission shall be made on merit to be determined through a specially designed entrance test followed by a group discussion and interview. ..... orderjawahar lal gupta, j.1. the petitioner is aggrieved by the action of the guru nanak dev university, amritsar (hereinafter referred to as 'the university') by which his admission to the 'bachelor of business administration' course was disapproved and his name was ordered to be ..... decide this issue, it is apt to notice the provisions in respect of a few other courses. ordinance 2.1 at page 21 of the guru nanak dev university calender volume-ii part a, lays down the condition of eligibility for admission to the course of b.sc. honours school in economics, it ..... aggregate has been made eligible for admission to the course in business administration. the condition which is now sought to be imposed by the university would require addition of words to the effect that the candidate 'has passed the examination'. since such a condition has not been imposed by ..... eligibility certificate at the time of his admission. no such certificate having been produced by the petitioner, the college had acted wrongly in admitting him. on these premises, the respondent-university maintains that the impugned order is legal and valid.5. i have heard shri kanwaljit singh, learned counsel for the .....

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Apr 20 2010 (HC)

Sudesh Rani and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... over boys girls over all boys girls overall all(a) campus 1102 778 1880 55 34 89 4.99 4.37 4.73note: universities of punjab here means four universities, viz, punjabi university, patiala, panjab university, chandigarh, punjab agricultural university, ludhiana and guru nanak dev university, amritsar.source: primary survey.12. on the strength of facts and figures, shown above, it was stated that the proportion of rural students ..... possible to segregate returns on the basis of urban and rural. moreover there is no definition of urban and rural assesses in income tax act, 1961.14. the state counsel has also shown us report of punjabagricultural university regarding survey conducted on farmers and agricultural labourers. this study was conducted in sangrur and bhatinda districts, wherein it has come to the ..... policy underlying the statute and the object intended to be achieved by it. having ascertained the policy and the object of the act, the court has to apply a dual test in examining the validity, the test being, whether the classification is rational and based upon an intelligible differentia which distinguishes persons ..... and (ii) that that differentia must have a rational relation to the object sought to be achieved by the act. what is necessary is that there must be a nexus between the basis of classification and the object of the act. when a law is challenged as violative of article 14, it is necessary in the first place to ascertain the .....

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Jan 15 2009 (HC)

Syndicate of the Press of the University of Cambridge on Behalf of the ...

Court : Delhi

Reported in : LC2009(2)60

..... part of the country called kunji or dukki. it was the case of the defendants that the textbook of the plaintiff subject matter of the suit was prescribed by the guru nanak dev university, amritsar for the students of ba part i, ii and iii; that they were merely for the facility of the students and for better understanding of the subject matter by the ..... that of the plaintiff.6. as aforesaid, the ex parte order was confirmed during the pendency of the suit. the defendants had then relying upon section 52 of the copyright act and romesh chaudhary v. ali mohamad nowsheri air 1965 j&k; 101; mohammad jalil v. ram dayal air 1916 all 216; v. ramaiah v. k lakshmaiah 1989 ptc 137; e ..... . whether plaintiffs are entitled to delivery up of all infringing material including 'plates'?8. whether the activities of the defendant fall under the concept of fair dealing under the copyright act, 1957? opd9. relief.3. however, the defendants stopped appearing w.e.f. 1st march, 2007 and were on 29th april, 2008 proceeded against ex parte. the plaintiff had prior thereto ..... of the counsel for the defendants and the judgments aforesaid were distinguished and this court held that while the universal nature of knowledge and its dissemination freely is a laudatory concept but it must not transgress rights of an author guaranteed by copyright act. this court further felt that the defendants had not been restrained from publishing their guides but had only .....

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Mar 18 2013 (HC)

“we Are Amazed at the Stand Taken by the Excise and Taxation Officer ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... .w.p.no.4621 of 2013. the petitioner is a dealer registered under delhi value added tax act and as also under the central sales tax act, 1956. the petitioner received an order from guru nanak dev university, amritsar for supply of water purifiers.such purchase orders dated 12.02.2013 and 21.02.2013 have been ..... through shri s.s.bangar, assistant excise and taxation commissioner, it has been pointed out that the goods were routed through vicky scientific company, amritsar to guru nanak dev university and that the order for the said goods have been received by the petitioner from the said vicky scientific company. the statement of in-charge ..... aforesaid judgment, we find that three tests are satisfied in the present case as well. annexure p.1 is the order placed by guru nanak dev university, a statutory incorporated university placing order on the petitioner for purchase of certain goods. annexure p.2 is the invoice of sale of such goods. the suspicion ..... available to return a finding that it is not a case of inter-state sale. the order for purchase can be directly placed by the university as allegged by the petitioner or through the medium of another person as stated by the state. in either case, the nature of transaction does ..... to the accuracy and integrity of this document chandigarh c.w.p.no.4621 o 5. were sent from consignot to consignee, i.e., the university. the pre-payment of price is not a condition of sale. therefore, since no price was received, is not a ground to infer that it .....

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