RANJAN SAHA Vs. STATE OF WEST BENGAL
HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA
SUBODH RANJAN SAHA
STATE OF WEST BENGAL
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(1.)The writ petitioner is a doctor having passed the M.B.B.S. Examination from Bankura Sammilini Medical College in 1976. The petitioner, thereafter, also acquire M.S. Degree in General Surgery from the Calcutta University in 1982 while he was member of the West Bengal Health Service At the relevant time, the petitioner was posted as Medical Officer (Surgeon) at Maharaja Jitendra Narayan Hospital in Cooch Behar.
(2.)It is the petitioner's case that in 1984, he came across an advertisement in all the leading newspapers in Calcutta published on behalf of an organisation named "The Management Professional Association" and the "International Coaching Centre" of 15, Rama Nathan Street, T. Nagar, Madras600017, inviting application from candidate wishing to acquire better qualifications from various Universities of India and abroad through correspondence courses. Attracted by such proposal, the petitioner claims to have got himself enrolled for such correspondence course and also started answering papers from the month of April, 1989.
(3.)According to the petitioner, in due course the abovementioned organisation awarded the petitioner with the following degrees:- a) Ph. D. of the University of California;b) M.D. of the University of California;c) F.R.C.S. of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
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