CHANDRA HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & ANOTHER Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS
HIGH COURT OF UTTARAKHAND
CHANDRA HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE And ANOTHER
UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS
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(1.)Heard Mr. U.K. Uniyal, the learned Senior
Counsel assisted by Mr. Vipul Sharma, the learned
Counsel for the petitioners, Mr. V.B.S. Negi, the
learned Asstt. Solicitor General for respondent nos. 1
& 3, Mr. H.M. Raturi, the learned Addl. C.S.C. for
respondent nos. 4 & 6 and Mr. Sunil Upadhyay,
Advocate holding the brief of Mr. B.D. Upadhyay, the
learned counsel for respondent no. 5.
(2.)Having heard the learned Senior Counsel for
the petitioners, the Court finds that on the basis of
several complaints, an inspection was made on
19.5.2011 by the authority with regard to
insufficiencies in relation to maintaining the
minimum requirements, norms and standards in
respect of teaching staff, equipment, training
facilities, etc. Based on the inspection report, a
notice dated 3rd
June, 2011 was issued directing the
petitioner to show cause by 11th
June, 2011 as to
why fresh admission for the academic year 2011-12
should not be denied to the institution.
(3.)It is alleged that the said notice was not
received by the petitioner within the stipulated period
and accordingly, no reply could be furnished nor the
petitioner could appear before the authority
concerned. However, the Court finds that a second 2
notice was issued asking the petitioner to appear on
June, 2011. This notice has been duly received.
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