Important Orissa High Court Judgments September 2018

 Important Orissa High Court Judgments September 2018

1. Ahalya Padhi v. State of Orissa, 05-09-2018

Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 – Ss. 13(2) r/w. 13(1)(e) – Special Courts Act, 2006 (Orissa) – S. 17 – Special Courts Rules, 2007 (Orissa) – Confiscation of Properties / Pecuniary Resources 

Case Number : Crl.A. No. 504 of 2017
Bench : S.K. Sahoo J.


2. Mahal Industries v. Government of India, 05-09-2018

Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Securities Interest Act, 2002

Case Number : W.P.(C) No.16451 of 2017
Bench : S.K. Mishra, J.


3. Anjan Kumar Nanda v. State of Odisha, 04-09-2018

Employment – Advertisement – Eligibility Condition – Equivalent Condition – the stipulation made in the advertisement is to be adhered to and there cannot be any deviation. If the advertisement contains any eligibility condition, the candidature is to be tested on the basis of the same. If in the advertisement, there is no stipulation to treat the equivalent certificate as the eligibility condition, the authority cannot take it into consideration. Advertisement, is strictly to be followed and there cannot be any deviation from the same.

Education Act, 1969 (Odisha) – Ss. 7, 24C – Orissa Education (Establishment, Recognition and Management of Private Colleges) Rules, 1991 – Rr. 22, 29 – Orissa (Non-Government Aided Colleges, Aided Junior Colleges and Aided Higher Secondary Schools) Grant-in-Aid Order, 2009 – Suitability and eligibility of a candidate. 

Case Number : F.A.O. No.204 of 2013

Bench : Sujit Narayan Prasad, J.

4. Pradeep Kumar Baral v. State of Odisha, 04-09-2018

Education Act, 1969 (Odisha) – S. 24C – Orissa (Non-Government Colleges, Junior Colleges and Higher Secondary Schools) Grant-in-Aid Order, 1994 – Eligible Educational Institutions – Eligibility, criteria for consideration for Block Grant – Components and admissibility of Block Grant – Rate and disbursement of Block Grant.

Case Number : F.A.O. No.441 of 2018
Bench : Sujit Narayan Prasad, J.


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