Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Mar-06-1992
Reported in : (1992)101PLR539
..... , it is also necessary to refer to various provisions of the haryana and punjab agricultural universities act, 1970 (no. 16 of 1970), which received the assent of the president of india on 2-4-1970. the haryana and punjab agricultural universities were established for the development of agriculture in the state of haryana and punjab. sub-section (1) of section 4 provides that the university shall be a body corporate having perpetual succession and a common ..... seal. section 7 incorporates some of the objects for which the university was ..... established, i.e. making provisions for imparting education in different branches of study, particularly agriculture .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Sep-16-1992
Reported in : AIR1993SC81; 1992LabIC2384; (1993)ILLJ248SC; 1992(2)SCALE558; 1993Supp(2)SCC375; Supp1SCR605; 1993(2)SLJ99(SC)
..... category. while the claim was approved in the case of junior lecturers, it came to be spurned in the case of research assistants even though research assistants of agricultural universities in the states of haryana (hissar), punjab (ludhiana) and himachal pradesh were placed in the scale of rs. 700-1600. the petitioners also relied on a letter dated 17.12.77 of the under ..... 77. this was so because, contend the petitioners, they fell within the definition of 'teacher' in section 2(j) of the udaipur university act, 1962 which runs as under:(j). 'teacher' means a person appointed or recognised by the university for the purpose of instruction or conducting and guiding research or extention programmes and includes a person who may be declared by the ..... degree. secondly the manner of recruitment is not identical. in the case of assistant professors, their recruitment is governed by the provisions of the rajasthan universities' teachers and officers (special conditions of service) act, 1974 (act 18 of 1974) whereas recruitment in the cadre of research assistants is governed by statute 49 through selection by a committee, subject to approval by the ..... would, therefore, be entitled to be placed in the ugc scale of rs. 700-1600 with effect from 1.1.73. despite this clear position the petitioners contend that the university acted in an arbitrary, unreasonable and unfair manner in denying to the research assistants their legitimate due of being placed in the revised ugc scale of rs. 700-1600 from 1 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Oct-23-1992
Reported in : AIR1993SC352; 1993(1)ALT19(SC); (1993)103PLR184; 1992(2)SCALE913; (1992)4SCC683; Supp2SCR257
..... punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), as amended by act no. 2 of 1985.2. the proceedings relate to a residential house in chandigarh which was let out to the petitioner by the respondent. the respondent was initially employed as accounts officer with the finance department of the government of haryana. in 1969, he went on deputation with the haryana agricultural university ..... were transferred to the university by the government of haryana with effect from november 1, 1975, and while he was employed on the post of comptroller in the university he retired from service with effect from february 28, 1991. claiming to be a 'specified landlord' within the meaning of section 2(hh) of the act, the ..... (hereinafter referred to as 'the university'). his services .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Sep-25-1992
Reported in : ILR1992KAR3652; 1992(4)KarLJ571
..... air1982sc940 , bhagat ram v. the state of punjab and ors., air 1981 punjab & haryana 183 are some of the cases which point out that while fixing the market value if the lands are situated within the municipal limits, the potentiality to use it for non-agricultural purposes should not be over-looked. in such ..... is of october 1981. lands are in the outskirts of dharwad city corporation. locality is nabbing with developmental activities; and is close to a reputed university campus. the land value, on the face of it, cannot be as low as rs. 8,000/- per acre, if we may draw ..... ft. and thapovana, a famous religious place is at a distance of 3 to 4 furlongs. surrounding these lands there are several extensions viz., karnataka university, gowlidaddi, sadankeri, banashankari and narayanapura. his further evidence concerned to various other facilities available at dharwad.21. on behalf of the appellant a witness ..... the biggest city in karnataka. from kelageri to bus stand one cannot find any vacant space, as several buildings were constructed and from this land karnataka university, dharwad bus stand, dharwad railway station are at a distance of 1 1/2 kms, 4 kms & 5 kms. respectively. the national high way ..... that this sale deed was to overcome the provisions of urban land- ceiling and regulation act, that apart, if the agreement was of the year 1970, the sale price must have been agreed upon in the year 1970 itself and therefore the sale price stated in this document should relate back to the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Mar-26-1992
Reported in : (1993)ILLJ916Guj
..... by adopting the process of reasoning by analogy under the apprentices act any trade, industry or establishment can employ apprentices under the apprentices contract. they submitted that the respondent-corporation has under the instructions of central government solely with a view to providing training to fresh post-graduates from agricultural university has decided to employ apprentices for a period of one year ..... the respondent no. 1-corporation by virtue of any order of this court. in the aforesaid decision in the case of dena nath (supra) under contract labour (regulation & abolition) act, 1970 the supreme court in terms observed that no petition under art. 226 of the constitution of india can be entertained at the instance of employees. no mandamus can be issued ..... employed would become directly the employee of the principal employer.' having posed with the aforesaid question, the supreme court undertook the exercise of examining the conflict between the decisions of punjab and kerala high courts on one hand and madras, bombay, karnataka and gujarat high courts on the other hand. while undertaking that exercise the court posed the most relevant ..... that on this question there was a direct conflict between the decision of the high courts of punjab and kerala on one hand and decisions of the high courts of madras, gujarat and karnataka on the other hand. the view of the punjab and kerala high courts was that the only consequence of non-compliance either by the principal employer .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Aug-05-1992
Reported in : 51(1993)DLT592
..... , but it appears that in the case of shri anadi mukta sadguru shree muktajee vandasjiswant suvarna jayanti mahotsav smarak trust and ors., : (1989)iillj324sc , the affiliated colleges under the gujaral university act were held to be performing public duty. it was observed by the supreme court that if the rights are purely of a private character to mandamus can issue and if ..... or for decision of the registrar in consonance with the provisions of the cooperative societies act.25. the fall bench of the punjab & haryana high court in ajmer singh v. registrar, cooperative societies, punjab and ors.t , has also laid down that a cooperative society registered under the cooperative societies act is neither a state nor an authority as contemplated by article 12 and article ..... laid down by the supreme court that bye-laws of a cooperative society do not have the force of law (see cooperative central bank ltd. v. industrial tribunal, hyderabad, air 1970 sc 44 and b. k. garadv. nastk merchant's cooperative bank ltd., : 1scr767 ). article 226 of the constitution lays down as follows :'226. power of high courts to issue ..... writ jurisdiction.26. the full bench of the kerala high court in p. bhaskaran and ors. v. additional secretary, agricultural (cooperation) department and ors. : (1988)iillj307ker , has also laid down the same law that a cooperative society registered under the cooperative societies act is not created by a statute and is not a statutory body and thus, is not an authority or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Decided on : Aug-27-1992
Reported in : 1992(3)WLC205; 1992WLN(UC)360
..... trust running a science college at ahmedabad. the college initially had temporary affiliation to the gujarat university under the gujarat university act, 1949. from june 15, 1973 onwards, the college had permanent affiliation under the said act as amended by gujarat act 6 of 1973. the university teachers and those employed in the affiliated colleges were paid in the pay-scale recommended by ..... of its expenses as grants from the government, and for contributing 5 per cent of the expenses itself. the termination of the services was challenged by the appellant. the punjab & haryana high court declined to grant any relief on the ground that an aided school was not 'other authority' under article 12 of the constitution, and was therefore, not ..... the college, to the petitioner.6. the petitioner alleges that the object of shri jhootalal education society, jhunjhunu, includes imparting of school and college education and scientific, medical, agricultural and adult education. imparting education was basically a state function. apart from that, the state government grants 90 per cent aid to this institution, and the institution is controlled ..... the employment was one, in the reality of the nature of dismissal as punishment....31. in executive committee of u.p. state warehousing corporation v. chandra kiran tyagi : (1970)illj32sc , it was held:.the position in law is, that no declaration to enforce a contract of personal service will be normally granted. but, there are certain well-recognised .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Mar-26-1992
Reported in : (1992)1GLR728
..... by adopting the process of reasoning by analogy under the apprentices act any trade, industry or establishment can employ apprentices under the apprenticeship contract. they submitted that the respondent-corporation has under the instructions of central government solely with a view to providing training to fresh post-graduates from agricultural university has decided to employ apprentices fur a period of one year ..... the respondent no. 1-corporation by virtue of any order of this court. in the aforesaid decision in the case of dena nath (supra) under contract labour (regulation & abolition) act, 1970 the supreme court in terms observed that no petition under article 226 of the constitution of india can be entertained at the instance of employees no mandamus can be issued ..... , would become directly the employee of the principal employer.having posed with the aforesaid question, the supreme court undertook he exercise of examining the conflict between the decisions of punjab and kerala high courts on one hand and madras, bombay, karnataka and gujarat high courts on the other hand. while undertaking that exercise the court posed the most relevant ..... noticed that on this question there was a direct conflict between the decisions of the high courts of punjab and kerala on one hand and decisions of high courts of madras, gujarat and kamataka on the other hand. the view of the punjab and kerala high courts was that only the consequence of noncompliance either by the principal employer of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Nov-16-1992
Reported in : AIR1993SC477; Supp2SCR454; 1992DGLS(soft)768:1992Supp(3)SCC217
..... in favour of o.b.cs. are in force in the states of kerala, tamil nadu, karnataka, andhra pradesh, maharashtra, orissa, bihar, gujarat, goa, uttar pradesh, punjab, haryana and himachal pradesh among others. in madhya pradesh, a list of o.b.cs. was prepared on the basis of mahajan commission report but it appears to have been stayed ..... some scope to imbibe better association and what all its connotes'. take for instance the list of the 'intermediate backward class' where traditional occupation, according to sri naik has been, 'agriculture, market gardening, betal leaves, grovers, pastoral activities, village industries like artisans, tailors, dyers and weavers, petty business-cum-agriculturalactivities, heralding, temple service, toddy selling, oil mongering, ..... list of commissions appointed by the various states and the central government is given as under:commissions on backward classes1918-1990andhra pradesh manohar pershad committee (1968-69) ananta raman commission (1970) muralidhara rao commission (1982) bihar mungeri lal commission (1971-76) gujarat a.r. bakshi commission (1972-76) justice c.v. rane commission (1981-83) justice r ..... violative of the federal or state constitutions or of title vi of the civil rights act, 1964. they were of the opinion that the purpose of overcoming substantial, chronic minority under-representation in the medical profession is sufficiently important to justify the university's remedial use of race. since the judgment of the supreme court of california .....Tag this Judgment!