Bye Laws

APSEB ASSISTANT ENGINEERS’ ASSOCIATION

(Regd. No. 1185/1977)

CONSTITUTION AND BYE-LAWS

 

  1)NAME: The name of the Association shall be “The Andhra Pradesh State Electricity Board Assistant Engineers’ Association.”
2) HEAD QUARTERS: The Headquarters of the Association shall be declared after finalization of the State capital for residual Andhra Pradesh State. At present the activities of the Association shall be operated temporarily from common capital (Head Quarters) Hyderabad at the following Address.

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3) AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

a) To create “spirit do crops” among its members.
b) To promote and protect the service interests of the Members.
c) To enhance technical knowledge of the Members.
d) To render monetary help to the members in need to the extent possible.
e) To deal with such other matters as may be decided by the General Body / General Council from time to time.

                        
4) MEMBERSHIP:  i)All the Assistant Engineers (including Trainees and on contract basis) of all branches  of  erstwhile APSEB or its successor entities i.e. APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL or any other company in the event of formation from the above corporations/Companies at later date are eligible for membership in  the Association.

Note :- a. All the Assistant Engineers of all branches employed by erstwhile APSEB or its successor entities (APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL or any other company in the event of formation from the above corporations / Companies at later date), on foreign service or on deputation are also eligible to become a membership of the Association.

b. The Executive Committee of the Association shall reserve the right to reject, suspend or terminate the membership of any person in the interests of the Association subject to the ratification in the subsequent General Body.

c. The members rejected may renew their membership with a prior authorization from Central Executive Committee. They may be readmitted as members on payment of the subscription with readmission fee of Rs.1000/- (Rupees one thousand only).

d. Members on transfer from the jurisdiction of one Branch to the jurisdiction of another Branch should obtain a letter addressed by the Secretary of the earlier Branch to the Secretary of the New Branch regarding their Membership so that they need not have to pay their subscription a second time in the year in the New Branch.

e. Membership will be ceased on Retirement (Superannuation or VRS) / Dismissal or termination etc.,) from organization.

ii) Admission fee: Rs.25/- (Rupees ten only)

5) SUBSCRIPTION: a) The annual subscription shall be Rs.200/- (Rupees two hundred only) to be payable in lumpsum to the concerned Branch secretary/Treasurer. They shall retain 50% of such enrolment fee at branch, 20% shall be remitted to the respective company/corporation account  and the balance 30% shall be remitted to the Association main Account at Headquarter duly handing over the enrolment details to secretary Finance every year.

b) Any member who wishes to become a life member of Association should  pay Rs:1000/-(Rupees Thousand only) in lumpsum to the concerned Branch secretary/Treasurer and the share shall be 50:20:30 as mentioned above

c) Any member who fails to renew their membership for two consecutive years shall automatically cease to be a member of the Association. For readmission of such members they shall have to pay the subscription amount together with the readmission fee Rs:25/-(Rupees ten only).

Note :-  The subscription of the Association shall be used for achieving the objectives of the Association enumerated in Bye-Laws mentioned at clause no(3).

 6) DUTIES, RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF THE MEMBERS:

i) Duties: Every Member shall abide by the code of conduct of the association.

ii) Rights and Privileges:- a. All Members enjoy equal rights and privileges.

b. Every member shall have the right in the best interest of the association to go through registers, books, documents, files, etc., maintained by the Association at the Association premises duly informing the General Secretary in writing 15 days in advance clearly stating the reasons for the same.

7) ORGANIZATION:

The Association shall have the following organization set-up viz. Branches, Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body.

(A) Branches:-

A Branch may be formed at any centre where there are twenty  or more members taking the circle/division in Transco & DISCOMs and project in APGENCO as a Branch unit. Members of the Corporate Offices, Zone/Circle/ Division /Filed offices can be the members of the local branch without regard to their belonging to APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL, APCPDCL, APNPDCL or any other company in the event of formation form the above Corporations/Companies. The affairs of the branch shall be managed by the following office bearers elected by the members of that branch.

 

i) Branch Secretary
ii) Branch Treasurer
iii) Additional Secretary (1 No. for every 50 members of a Branch and subject to maximum of 6Nos.)

1. Any Branch shall be formed with the permission of Central Executive Committee only. They shall faithfully implement the policies of the Association and the directives given by Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body.

2. The Branch Secretary shall convene General Body Meeting of the Branch at least once in a quarter. Quorum for conducting branch general body meeting is 10. Office- bearers of the Branch shall be elected once in 2 years generally coterminous with the Central Executive Committee.

3. For effective functioning of the Association the Branches are permitted to have their own executive members nominated among the existing members of the Branch depending upon the requirement.

4. For the purpose of effective auditing of the Branch accounts every Branch shall form internal audit committee in its General body meeting which is to be headed by one of the existing Branch office bearers.

(B) Central Executive Committee:-

The Central Executive Committee consists of Principle office bearers Company office bearers  and Zonal Secretaries

1)      Principle office bearers ( Each 1 No )

i)President

ii) Associate President

iii) General Secretary

iv)Assistant General Secretary

v) Administration Secretary

vi) Co-ordination Secretary

vii)  Finance Secretary

viii) Organising Secretary

ix) Publicity Secretary

x) Technical Secretary

xi) Lady Representative

2)       Company/Corporation office bearers ( Each 1 No )

i) Vice-President

ii) Secretary

iii) Joint Secretary

iv) Treasurer

v) Lady Representative

Note: For APGENCO 2 No’s Joint secretaries One for thermal and One for hydel

 

3)      Zonal Secretaries (One for each zone)

i.                    Nellore zone – Nellore, Ongole

ii.                 Tirupati zone – Tirupati,  Kadapa

iii.               Kurnool zone – Kurnool, Anantapur

iv.               Vijayawada zone – Vijayawada, Guntur

v.                  Rajahmundry zone – Rajahmundry, Eluru

vi.               Vizag zone –Vizag, Vijayanagaram, Srikakulam

vii.             Generating stations – RTPP,SDSTPS, NTTPS, or any other hydel stations

Note: The president of the Association shall be the chairman of the CEC. In absence of the president the CEC shall be presided over by the Associate president or any one of the Vice president or any one of the members elected for the purpose among principle office bearers making presence for committee meeting. The Central Executive Committee shall have powers to dissolve any Branch for serious irregularities subject to ratification in the Subsequent General Council.

REPRESENTATIVE BODY

The affairs of the members pertaining to the Corporation/Company shall be looked after by the Vice-President, Secretary, Joint Secretary and Lady Representative of the respective Corporation/Company in Co-ordination with concerned Branch Secretaries/Zonal Secretaries and with due consent of President & General Secretary.

A) General Council:-

General Council shall be constituted with members of Central Executive Committee, Branch office bearers, Principle office bearers, Welfare fund  committee and Editor news letter is the permanent invitee for all the general council meetings The General Council shall meet once in a quarter. Quorum for conducting General Council meeting is 25.

It shall have powers to take major policy decisions and obtain ratification of the General Body when the later meets subsequently. Its tenure of office shall normally be two years except in extraordinary circumstances. During extraordinary circumstances, the General Body may extend the tenure of General council up to the maximum period of one year.

B). GENERAL BODY:

All members on rolls as on the date of General Body Meeting are eligible for participating in all its deliberations provided that for purposes of election of office bearers only those who hold membership for three months or more prior to the Date of Election Notification shall be eligible for exercising their votes.

The General Body shall be convened by the President/ General Secretary during the last month of every calendar year or as required at such a place and time as decided by the Central Executive Committee. General body shall be the supreme policy making body of the Association. The functions of General body are

a) To Adopt Annual report presented by the General Secretary.

b) To Adopt Annual audit report presented by the Finance Secretary.

c) To Ratify or reject policy decisions taken by the Central Executive Committee and the General Council since the last meeting of the General Body.

d) To Amend Bye-Laws or rules as desired by 2/3 of the members present.

e) To Elect new office bearers for the next term.

f) Consider such other subjects as may be brought before the meeting with the consent of the house.

g) The outgoing office bearers shall be responsible for making all arrangements for the General Body Meeting.

h) Notice of General Body Meeting together with agenda, etc., shall be issued by General Secretary not less than 20 days in advance. In cases where Extraordinary General Body is called, the notice of the meeting shall be issued by General Secretary not less than 10 days in advance.

Note :

If the outgoing office bearers of the Executive committee fail to convene the annual General Body Meeting within three months from the date of expiry of their tenure, it stands dissolved. A new Executive Committee shall be elected by a requisitioned General Body Meeting attended by not less than 100 members, to whom the old executive should handover charge of all assets, liabilities, records of the Association within a week from the date of such election. In case of refusal of the old executive to handover the above things; the new Executive Committee shall have recourse to legal proceedings.

 C) CEC meeting  

The affairs of the Association shall be run by the Central Executive Committee on the lines and full conformity with the policies laid down by the General Council and the General Body. Its tenure of office shall be normally be two years except in extraordinary circumstances. During extraordinary circumstances, the General council may extend the tenure of CEC up to the maximum period of one year, which shall be ratified in the subsequent General body. It shall meet at least once in three months.

The Central Executive Committee shall take any policy decisions which are necessary, in between the meetings of the General Council and General Body and obtain their ratification at the earliest possible opportunity. It shall devise ways and means to strengthen the Association and its funds position. It shall invest funds in profitable channels and have powers to appoint committees, negotiating committees etc., if necessary.

Note:-The General Secretary or in his absence the President shall convene meetings of Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body of the Association within the periods stipulated in the preceding Bye-Laws and clauses. He / She shall also convene special meetings of Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body if 10, 25 and 100 members respectively of those bodies requisition for the same on a specific agenda with valid reasons.

8) Eligibility Criteria for Office bearers.

A)   I. The President shall be amongst the members of the Association. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

II. The Associate President shall be amongst the members of the Association stationed at the headquarters of the Association i.e., Hyderabad. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

III. General Secretary shall be amongst the members of the Association. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

IV. Assistant General Secretary shall be amongst the members of the Association stationed at headquarters of the APTRANSCO. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

V.  Finance Secretary, Publicity Secretary shall be amongst the members of the Association stationed at the headquarters of the Association i.e., Hyderabad. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

VI. Administration Secretary shall be amongst the members of the Association stationed at the headquarters of APGENCO. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

VII. Co-ordination Secretary, Organising Secretary, Technical Secretary shall be amongst the members of the Association. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

VIII. Lady Representative shall be amongst the Female members of the Association stationed at the headquarters of the Association.

B) I. The Vice-President (Corporation/ Company) shall be amongst the members of the respective Corporation / Company. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

II. The Secretary (Corporation/ Company) shall be amongst the members of the respective Corporation / Company stationed at the Head Quarters of the respective Corporation/ Company. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

III. The Joint Secretary (Corporation/ Company) shall be amongst the members of the respective Corporation / Company. He / She should have served at least one term as an office bearer and must have two years valid membership in the Association.

IV. Treasurer shall be amongst the members of the respective Corporation / Company stationed at the Head Quarters of the respective Corporation/ Company.  He/She must have two years valid membership in the Association.

V. Lady Representative shall be amongst the Female members of the respective Corporation / Company stationed at the Head Quarters of the respective Corporation/ Company.

VI. The Member representatives shall be amongst the members of the respective wings.

a) Any member of the CEC who fails to attend three consecutive meetings of the Executive shall cease to be a member of the CEC thereof. However the executive shall have discretion to continue his/her membership.

b) Only those members who hold membership of the Association for more than one year are eligible to become office-bearers.

d) No member is eligible to become office-bearer who holds a post in other Associations / Union representing the employees working in APTransco, APGenco & APDiscoms.

e) Any vacancies arising in the CEC/ General Council, due to any reason shall be filled up by the CEC by co-option / nomination subject to ratification by the subsequent General Council / General Body Meeting. They shall, hold office until next elections.

f) The General body is the supreme authority. The General body prevails over the General council and General council prevails over the CEC for its functioning, decisions etc.,

9) AD-Hoc Body:-

In any unforeseen conditions (such as resignation of entire CEC, no confidence motion approval and other exigencies), an Ad-hoc body may be elected by General body for a specific period of not exceeding one year and that Ad-hoc body shall run the association activities until an elected body takes over. The period of Ad-hoc body shall not be treated as term of office bearer for the purpose of eligibility of subsequent term. Such Ad-hoc body can exercise full powers of a normally elected body except amendment of Bye-Laws of the Association.

10) Term:-
The term of office shall be two years. During extraordinary circumstances, the General Body/General council may extend the tenure of General council/CEC up to a maximum period of one year. That extension period cannot be treated as another term. In normal circumstances, the tenure of any office bearer for more than one-year period shall be treated as one term.

11) FUNCTIONS OF OFFICE-BEARERS OF CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:-

I. President: The president is the nominal head of the Association. He/She shall preside over all meetings of the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body. He/She shall be the main spokesperson of the Association. The president is empowered to utilize the right of casting of extra vote.

II. Associate President: He/She shall preside over all meetings of the Central Executive Committee, General Council, and General Body in the absence of the President and assist the President in discharging his/her functions.

III. General Secretary: He/ She shall be responsible for running the day-to-day affairs of the Association. He/ She shall however, consult the President or Associate President in all matters of importance. He/ She shall convene all meetings of the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body and shall run the office of the Association, keep all records, documents, registers etc., in safe custody and produce them to the members whenever required. He/ She shall present reports to the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body whenever they meet. He/ She shall record minutes of the meetings of the above bodies and obtain approval of the same at the subsequent meetings of these bodies. He/ She shall participate in all meetings, negotiations etc., with the management and other bodies. He/ She shall issue all communications in the name of the Association. He/ She shall guide Branches of the Association and issue directives in implementation of the policies laid down by the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body. He/ She shall authorize the Finance Secretary in all cases where the expenditure at a time exceeding Rs.500/- (Rupees Five hundred only) and up to Rs.5000/- (Rupees Five Thousand only). He/ She shall obtain approval of Central Executive Committee for all expenditure above Rs.5000/- and up to Rs.10,000/- and approval of General Council for the expenditure above Rs.10,000/-.

IV. Assistant General Secretary: He/She shall assist the General secretary for running the day-to-day affairs of the Association.  He/ She shall convene all meetings of the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body in the absence of the General secretary. He/ She shall assist the General secretary  to guide Branches of the Association in implementation of the policies laid down by the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body. He/She shall maintain extra copies of the representations of his/her tenure and shall handed over to his/her successor in full shape. He/She shall confirm all the decisions taken in the central executive committee meetings must be ratified in next General body meeting.

V. Administration Secretary: He/ She shall assist the General Secretary in all his/her functions and devote more attention for attending to the individual members grievances along with the Associate president. He/She will also look after the Association building at head quarter. He/She shall confirm all the decisions taken in the central executive committee meetings must be ratified in next General body meeting. He/She shall confirm that all the amendments of Bye-laws should be registered in the Register of Societies.

VI. Finance Secretary: He/She shall be in-charge of collection of subscriptions, donations, advertisement charges etc., either directly or through Branch Association and He/She shall issue all receipts. He/She shall incur all legitimate expenditure of Rs. 5000/- on his own authority at a time and that exceeding the above amount on authorization from theGeneral secretary. He/She shall promptly deposit all receipts in the authorized Bank in the name of the Association. He/She shall maintain records of receipts and expenditure and present them to the Central Executive Committee. He/She shall be responsible for getting the accounts audited annually before the General Body meets. He/She shall get clearance of the annual General Body meetings for the audited accounts. He/She shall get receipt books printed and sent to all branches.

VII. Publicity Secretary: He/She shall assist the General Secretary in giving publicity to the day to day affairs of the Association all over the state and maintain good public relations on behalf of the Association. He/She confirm the all decisions of the meetings shall reach to the all office bearers in writing signed by the General secretary. He/She shall give wide publicity in print and electronic media regarding  the required matters of the Association with permission of the president and General secretary.

VIII. Co-ordination Secretary: He/ She shall assist the General Secretary in all his/her functions and co-ordinate between company and central-bodies for effective functioning.

IX. Organising Secretary: He/ She shall assist the General secretary in all his/her functions particularly in organizing the Association activities.

X. Technical Secretary: He/She shall assist the General secretary in all his/her functions and particularly looks after technical matters such as convening the training programmes / seminars/ Workshops and preparing of Technical Hand Books etc.,.

XI. Lady Representative: She shall assist the General Secretary to resolve the issues related to women employees of the association.

XII) Vice President: They shall assist the President, Associate President in discharging their functions. They shall preside over all meeting in their respective       Corporation/ Company.   They shall represent all matters pertaining to their respective       Corporation/ Company  along with secretary & other office- bearers of the respective Corporation/Company with due consent of President andGeneral secretary.

Note : In the absence of President and Associate President, Meetings of the Central Executive Committee, General Council and General Body shall be presided over by any Vice-President or a member of the Central Executive Committee, who shall be elected from amongst the members present at that meeting.

XIII) Secretary

They shall assist the General Secretary in discharging their functions. They shall represent all matters pertaining to their respective Corporation/Company along with Joint Secretary of the respective Corporation/ Company with due consent of President, Vice-President of respective company and General Secretary.

XIV) Joint Secretary They shall assist the Secretary in discharging their functions and devote more attention for attending to the grievances of respective members of their respective Corporation/Company.

XV) a) Member representative Telecom: 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

b) Member representative Mechanical: 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

c) Member representative Civil: 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

Note:- They shall assist the General Secretary in all his/her functions and devote more attention for attending to the grievances of respective members.

12)(i) Welfare Fund Committee:

a)      Chairman: The CEC is empowered to nominate from among senior/eminent member of the Association.  He/She shall be in-charge of collection of subscriptions from the eligible member of the Association. He/She shall issue welfare bonds to the members who paid subscription. He/She shall be responsible for getting the accounts audited annually before the General Body meets. He/ She shall assist the General Secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about welfare measures of members.

 

b)     Secretary: The CEC is empowered to nominate advisors from among senior/eminent members.

He/ She shall assist theGeneral secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about welfare measures of members.

 

c)      Treasurer: The CEC is empowered to nominate advisors from among senior/eminent members He/She shall be in-charge of collection of subscriptions, donations, advertisement charges etc., either directly or through Branch Association and He/She shall issue all receipts. He/She shall incur all legitimate expenditure of Rs. 5000/- on his own authority at a time and that exceeding the above amount on authorization from theGeneral secretary. He/She shall promptly deposit all receipts in the authorized Bank in the name of the Association. He/She shall maintain records of receipts and expenditure and present them to the Central Executive Committee. He/She shall be responsible for getting the accounts audited annually before the General Body meets. He/She shall get clearance of the annual General Body meetings for the audited accounts. He/She shall get receipt books printed and sent to all branches.

 

d)     Executive members: – 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

 

ii) Audit committee:

a)      Chairman: The CEC is empowered to nominate from among senior/eminent member of the Association.  He/ She shall assist theGeneral secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about welfare measures of members.

 

b) Secretary: The CEC is empowered to nominate advisors from among senior/eminent members.

He/ She shall assist theGeneral secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about

welfare measures of members.

 

b)     Executive members: – 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

iii) Building committee:

  a) Chairman: The CEC is empowered to nominate from among senior/eminent member of the Association.  He/ She shall assist theGeneral secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about welfare measures of members.

b) Secretary: The CEC is empowered to nominate advisors from among senior/eminent members.                                                                       He/ She shall assist theGeneral secretary in all his/her functions and particularly about

welfare measures of members.

 

c)      Executive members: – 1 No each from APTRANSCO, APGENCO, APEPDCL, APSPDCL

 

 

 13) Advisors:

The CEC is empowered to nominate advisors from among senior/eminent members. The Advisors shall suggest to CEC / General Council / General Body on all matters of importance keeping in view the welfare of members and the organisation .

14) ) OFFICE MANAGEMENT:

The Central Executive Committee may sanction such establishment as may be found necessary to maintain the office of the Association. The General secretary shall appoint such establishment with the consent of the President/Associate President. A register of members, account books, documents, files etc., shall be kept in the office and made available to the members for perusal with the approval of General Secretary.

15) FUNDS:                                                                                  

Subscription from members, donations, receipts in respect of advertisements in the Association journals, bulletins, souvenirs, diaries etc., shall form the General Fund of the Association. The fund shall be spent for furtherance and fulfillment of the objectives of the Association enumerated in Bye-Laws. All receipts of the Association shall be deposited in the name of the Association in any Bank selected by the Executive Committee in a profitable manner as soon as they are received by the Finance Secretary. The Finance Secretary shall have an imprest amount of Rs. 5000/- (Rupees Five thousand only) to meet day-to-day expenditure (All drawls from the bank shall be made under the joint signature of the Secretary (Finance) and General Secretary.
16) AUDIT:
a) The accounts of the Association shall be got audited by a qualified Auditor once a year before the meeting of the Annual General Body. The audit report shall be submitted by the Secretary (Finance) to the Annual General Body Meeting for approval. All the accounts of the Branches shall be got audited by the Branch Treasurer and shall be rendered to the Headquarters of the Association. The appointment of Auditor at the Headquarters shall be made by the Central Executive Committee and at the Branches by the Branch General Bodies.

b) There shall be an Internal Audit Committee comprising of Six members elected by all the members either from field or from Headquarters. They shall review the accounts of the Association at the Headquarters every year before auditing of the accounts by a qualified auditor and present the reports to the Central Executive Committee/General Council. They can also review the accounts of the Branches on the decision of Central Executive Committee.

17) NO-CONFIDENCE NOTICE:-

I) AGAINST INDIVIDUAL OFFICE BEARERS:-

1. A no-confidence motion may be initiated against any office bearer of the Association by a memoranda signed by not less than 150 members of the Association by notifying the same to the General secretary.

2. The motion shall contain full details of the charges made against such office bearer/bearers.

3. The General secretary or the President shall furnish a copy of the motion to the office bearer/bearers concerned and obtain his/their reply thereto within a fortnight.

4. The General secretary or the President shall then call for a meeting of the General Council within 10 days from the date of expiry of the deadline fixed for reply by these office bearer/bearers.

5. The no-confidence motion shall be deemed to have been carried out if 2/3rd of the General Council members present at such meeting vote for it.

II) AGAINST CENTRAL EXECUTIVE:

a) A no-confidence motion may be initiated against entire body of the Association by a memoranda signed by not less than 300 members of the Association by notifying the same to the President.

b) The President/ General  Secretary shall then convene a meeting of the General body after confirming from all the members who signed in the memoranda within reasonable time.

c) A no-confidence motion against the entire body of the office bearers shall be decided only by a special General Body Meeting with 2/3rd majority of the members present vote for it.

d) If the President/ General  Secretary fails to convene a Special General Body Meeting, the member who initiates the no-confidence motion shall himself convene a special General Body Meeting and obtain a decision on the no-confidence motion. This decision shall be binding on the concerned office bearers and the Central Executive Committee.

e) The time gap between two consecutive no-confidence motions shall be more than 6 months.

18) DISCIPLINE:-

a) All decisions taken at the General Body/General Council and Central Executive Committee meetings shall be binding on all members. The Central Executive Committee shall have the right to suspend any member acting in contravention of such decisions by a majority vote subject to ratification by the General Council. Only the General Council and General body shall have the right to expel a member from the Association.

b) The Office bearers of Headquarters and branches who are responsible for submission of accounts and found guilty of misuse of funds, after thorough enquiry as per departmental procedure shall be expelled from the association. Action to be initiated for recovery of misused funds.

c) The office bearers of this Association shall not hold any office in any other sister association.

19) AMENDMENT:-

No Amendment or alteration shall be made in purpose of the Association, unless it is voted by 2/3 of the members present at a Special General Body Meeting convened for the purpose and confirmed by 2/3 of the members present at a second Special General Body Meeting with a minimum interval of one month.

20) WINDING UP:
In case the Association is to be wound up, the property and funds of the Association that remains after the full satisfaction of the liabilities of the Association shall be transferred or paid to some other Association / Society working with similar aims and objectives The Central Executives / General Council is competent to take the decision of winding up of the Association. The decision of the Central Executive / General Council will be discussed at all Branch meetings convened exclusively for this purpose as a special agenda. The decision of the Central Executive/General Council for such winding up of the Association shall be got approved in two consecutive General Body meetings exclusively convened for this purpose at two different places with an interval of one month and voted by 2/3 of the members present for such meetings.

21) Review of BYE_LAWS :

A committee shall be appointed once in 5 years for reviewing the bye-laws. The Committee shall submit its report to the General secretary and the same shall be placed before the General Body for taking decision.

 

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