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Indian Medical Council Act, 1956
Sections 10 A, 10 B and 10 C
Sections 10 A, 10 B and 10 C
- The Medical Council of India (MCI) fixed the intake in the petitioner college to 100. Against this restriction the college filed a writ petition, the same was dismissed and the petitioner preferred an appeal. While allowing the appeal, the High Court at Madras held that, the only point that arises for consideration is the power of MCI to pass impugned orders stopping admission to a medical college which was duly recognized prior to insertion of Sections 10 A, 10 B & 10 C of the Act and whether that power could be exercised in violation of principles of natural justice.

It was held that, the object of all interpretations is to discover the intention of the legislature, but the intention of the legislature must be deduced from the language used and it has to be construed according to the intention expressed in the Acts themselves. If the words of the statute are themselves precise and unambiguous, then no more can be necessary than to expound those words in their ordinary and natural sense.
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore & Another V. Union of India and others, Madras High Court

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