English Court Stenographer Question Paper Part 29, English shorthand Steno-Typist Paper provide kiya geya hai, Jo Apko  knowledge gain and test ke liye prepare karne ke liye helpful rahega.


Court Stenographer Paper (Part-29)



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80 WPM Court Steno Paper



Steno Typist Paper Part- 29


  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time 20 Minutes
  • Reading Time- 1 Minutes

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        The first question raised by Karan Kumar learned counsel for the writ petitioner against the sustainability of the impugned order is the question of jurisdiction. It is true that the specific provision relating to appeal against the decision of a State Medical Council on any complaint against a delinquent official was provided for the first time by Clause 8.8 of the Regulations by a notification of the Medical Council of India published in the Extraordinary Gazette of India styling (1) the notification to be dated 26.05.2004 Karan Kumar learned Counsel for the petitioner referred to precedent to contend that his right of appeal not in existence when the proceedings were initiated before the 2nd respondent cannot be exercised. He referred to Mr. Gupta Versus Karan Kumar wherein the basic distinction between the right of suit and the night of appeal was considered The position in regard to appeals is considered to be quite in opposite to a  (2) suit which for its maintainability requires no authority of law except that it is not barred by any statute. The right of appeal was stated to be taking in no one and therefore an appeal for its maintainability must have the clear authority of law due to which a right of appeal is described as a creature of the statute. The Supreme Court referring to various precedents on this aspect was clear that the evidence may be available (3) to show that the amendment was necessarily intended to have retrospective effect. 

            As already referred to above even in Mr. Gupta & Mr. Karan Kumar and another Supra relied on by the learned counsel for the writ petitioner the distinction concerning amending statutes or provisions explaining any existing legislation which was ambiguous in the matter. Learned counsel for the appellants on the other hand submitted that it was a case where irregularities were committed in various accounts by granting (4) loans of different amounts which was clearly stated in the charge sheet. After considering these arguments we find that arguments of the learned counsel for the respondent has to prevail. We have gone through charge sheet as well as inquiry report. No doubt in the charge sheet as many as accounts are mentioned where the respondent had given loans or other financial accommodation either beyond her powers or without obtaining proper securities. It is for this reason (5)

        

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