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R.B.V.R.R. HIGH SCHOOL: MUBARAKNAGAR: NIZAMABAD

1) The name of the Association is “RAJA BAHADUR VENKATA RAMA REDDY SOCIETY, NIZAMABAD” here in after called the society.

2) Office of the Association is situated at R.B.V.R.R. High School, Mubaraknagar, Nizamabad.

3) The objects for which the Association is established are:

  • To promote the well-being of rural agricultural people and to safe guard their rights and interests and to work for their upliftment.
  • To promote social unity and cultural development among all the agricultural people.

4) The measures to be taken for the attainment of these objects are:

  • To provide for and to maintain the hostels for the students.
  • To start and manage the schools and colleges for the benefit of, and for imparting education and training to the students.
  • To start and manage dispensaries and hospitals.
  • To assist peculiarly any organisation to promote the objects of the society.
  • To acquire sites for putting up, and to alter and enlarge buildings and to maintain and endow hostels, schools, colleges and dispensaries and other buildings to be used in connection with the work of the society.
  • To accept property to be held by the society for the general purposes of the society.
  • To provide scholarships for deserving poor students.
  • To publish books, pamphlets, journals etc.
  • To organize seminars and conferences for achieving the objects of the society.
  • To Co-operate with other bodies having similar objects.
  • To enter into agreement with the government or any other authority like local body and Municipality, in pursuance of the objects of the society and to obtain from any authority all rights, concessions and privileges that may be deemed conducive to the objectives of the society.
  • To do all such other lawful acts and things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.
  • To remove social evils i.e., dowry, child marriages, simplification of marriages and other ceremonies etc.

5) The society and its organs, shall be charitable institutions.

6) The income and property of the society when so ever derived and acquired shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects and purpose of the society as set forth in this memorandum and no portion there of shall be paid or transferred how so ever by way of profit to the members of the society, provided that nothing herein contained shall prevent the payment, of pocket expenses or remuneration to any officers or servants of the society or to any member thereof or other person in return for services rendered to the society or to any of the objectives for which the society or to any of the objects for which the society is established provided further that no member of the Executive or of the Governing Body of the Society, shall be appointed to any salaried office or to any office of the society paid by fees and that no remuneration shall be given by the society to any member of the Executive or of the Governing Body except repayment of pocket expenses and interests on money lent or rent for premises demised to the Society.

7) The liability of the members is limited but if any member of the society receives any dividend, bonus or other profit in contravention of paragraph 6 of this Memorandum his/her liability shall be unlimited.

8) If upon the winding up or dissolution of the Society, there remain any surplus after the satisfaction of all its debts and liabilities, the same shall not be paid to or distributed among the members of the society, but shall be given or transferred or applied to such other charitable institutions having similar objects after a period of five years from the date of winding up or dissolution.

9) The executive committee, the Governing Body or the General Body shall not have any power in future or alter or amend this memorandum unless in a duly convened Joint Committee meeting three-fourth members present shall pass a resolution to that effect and the General Body ratifies it with three fourth majority of the members present and for any such amendment prior approval of the Commissioner Income Tax shall be obtained.

10) True accounts shall be kept of the sums of money received and expended by the society and the manner in respect of which such receipt and expenditure take place and of the property, credits and liabilities of the Society and subjects to any reasonable restrictions as to the time and manner of inspecting the same that may be imposed in accordance with the regulations for the time being of the Society these accounts shall be open to the inspection of the members.

Once at least in every year the accounts of the Society shall be examined and the correctness of the balance sheet ascertained by one or more properly qualified auditor or auditors.

RULES OF THE RAJA BAHADUR VENKAT RAMA REDDY SOCIETY, NIZAMABAD

1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT:

  • These rules may be called the “RAJA BAHADUR VENKAT RAMA REDDY SOCIETY RULES”. These Rules shall come into force immediately.

2. DEFINITIONS:

In the Rules unless the context otherwise requires:

  • (a) “DISTRICT” means Nizamabad district.
  • (b) “EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE” means a Committee elected under Rule-5.
  • (c) “STANDING COMMITTEE” means a Committee constituted by the Executive Committee to manage the affairs of any institution or unit of the Society.
  • (d) “EDUCATION COMMITTEE” means a standing Committee entrusted with the management of the educational institutions of the Society.
  • (e) “HOSTEL COMMITTEE” means a standing committee to manage the affairs of the Hostel or Hostels.
  • (f) “AALAMBANA COMMITTEE” means a standing committee constituted to manage the affairs of Aalambana (Home for Elders) set up by the Society.
  • (g) “WOMEN WELFARE COMMITTEE” means a standing committee constituted by the Executive Committee.
  • (h) “BOARD OF TRUSTEES” means a Board of Trustees constituted under these Rules.
  • (i) “SUB-COMMITTEE” means a committee appointed by the General Body or Executive Committee or a standing Committee for any specific purpose.
  • (j) “PRESCRIBED” means prescribed by the Rules of the Society.
  • (k) “SOCIETY” means R.B.V.R.R. Society, Nizamabad herein after called the Society.
  • (l) “ACCOUNTING YEAR” means the period commencing from 1st April and ending with 31st March.

3. MEMBERSHIP:

  • (a) The Membership of the Society shall consist of the following classes:
  • 1) Krisheevala Vallabhas
  • 2) Krisheevala Poshakas
  • 3) Life Members
  • i) All donors who contribute Rupees Ten thousand and above to the Society may be admitted as Krisheevala Vallabhas.
  • ii) All donors who contribute Rupees Five thousand or any other sum up to Ten thousand rupees to the Society may be admitted as Krishivala Poshakas.

(b) LIFE MEMBERS:

  • The membership fee for the Life Members shall be Rs.2000/- payable in lump sum or such other fee as may be determined by the Executive Committee., provided that the Executive Committee shall have power to vary the membership fee for different classes of members and also for women members in the interest of the Society.
  • (c) Any person above the age of 21 years and belonging to Farming Community is eligible to become a Life Member of the Society.
  • (d) Any person seeking Life Membership shall apply in writing to the Executive Committee, which may admit him as life member or reject his application without assigning any reasons thereof. The decision of the Executive Committee is final.

4. GENERAL BODY:

  • The General Body shall consist of the following classes of members:
  • 1. Krisheevala Vallabhas
  • 2. Krisheevala Poshakas
  • 3. Life Members.

5. The affairs of the Society shall be vested in the Executive Committee, which shall consist of 21 members including 8 office bearers as described below:

  • i) President
  • ii) 1st Vice-President
  • (Aalambana Committee)
  • iii) 2nd Vice-President
  • (Education Committee)
  • iv) Lady Vice-President
  • (Women Welfare Committee)
  • v) Secretary
  • vi) Joint Secretary
  • vii) Treasurer
  • viii) Members (11)
  • ix) Ex – Officio Members (2)

a) There shall be reservation for women members of the Society on the Executive Committee as shown below:

  • i) Lady Vice-President ( 1)
  • ii) Four members of the Executive Committee.

b) All the office bearers and (11) members of the Executive Committee shall be elected by the General Body for a term of 2 years. They shall be eligible to seek re-election for 2nd term, provided that no office bearer or member of the Executive Committee shall hold office for more that two consecutive terms in the same post or office.

c) The immediate past President and Secretary shall be ex-officio members of the Executive Committee and they shall be entitled to participate in the meetings of the committee on par with other members.

d) Any member of the Society holding the Membership of Parliament or State Legislative or the office of the President in any local body in the district or in any co-operative institution shall not be eligible to hold any office in any committees of the Society.

e) Any casual vacancy in the Executive Committee may be filled by the Committee but the person so chosen shall be in the office only until the next annual meeting of the General Body, when the vacancy will be filled by election and the elected member shall hold office for the unexpired period.

f) The Committee shall meet at least once in a month or as often as necessary.

g) A notice of 7 clear days for a meeting of the committee shall be given to the members. The notice shall specify the date, place and the agenda for the meeting and it shall be accompanied by a copy of the proceedings of the previous meeting of the committee.

h) In case of emergency a meeting of the committee may be convened even at one day’s notice by the President or the Secretary under the authorization of the President.

  • i) Quorum for Executive Committee meetings shall be nine of whom at least three shall be non-office bearers.

j) A member of the Executive Committee shall cease to be member if he fails to attend 3 consecutive meeting of the committee.

6. MEETINGS:

There shall be following categories of meetings
  • General Body Meetings:
  • Annual General Body Meeting.
  • Extra-ordinary General Body Meeting.
  • Executive Committee Meeting.
  • Standing Committee Meeting.
  • Board of Trustees Meeting.
  • Sub-committee Meeting.

7. ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING:

  • a) The Annual General Body meeting shall be held once a year before 15th March.
  • b) The Executive Committee shall convene the meeting of the Annual General Body.

Notice of date and place of the Annual General Body meeting shall be given by the Secretary to the members at least fourteen days before the date of the meeting. The following documents should be sent along with the notice:

  • i) The Minutes of the previous General Body meeting and the action taken report thereon.
  • ii) The annual report for the year.
  • iii) Audit Report and Accounts for the preceding year.
  • iv) Budget for the following year.
  • v) Any other item which the Executive Committee deems it necessary to place before the General Body.
  • d) The Executive Committee shall present the Budget in a proper FORMAT showing the receipts and expenditure for previous two years along with Budget estimates for the current financial year.
  • e) The quorum for any General Body meeting shall be 50 members or 1/3rd of the total number of members whichever is less. No quorum shall be necessary for the meeting postponed for want of quorum.
  • f) The procedure prescribed for convening the Annual General Body meeting shall apply mutatis mutandis to all Extra-ordinary General Body Meetings.
  • g) The President of the Society shall preside over the General Body meetings.

8. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GENERAL BODY:

The General Body shall have powers:
  • a. To elect the office bearers and members of the Executive Committee.
  • To elect the trustees.
  • To fill the vacancies in the Executive Committee or the Board of Trustees.
  • To adopt the Annual Report of the Society.
  • To adopt the Audit Report and Accounts of the Society. f. To pass the Annual Budget.
  • To appoint the Auditor.
  • To consider any other item or items that may be included in the agenda by the Executive Committee.

9.POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

Subject to the overall control of the General Body, the Executive Committee shall have powers.
  • a) To manage any institution or unit of the society through a committee constituted under the Rules.
  • b) To co-ordinate the activities of different committees of the society.
  • c) To maintain proper and regular accounts of the SOCIETY and other institutions of the Society.
  • d) To get the accounts audited.
  • e) To present the Annual Report to the General Body.
  • f) To convene General Body meetings.
  • g) To acquire any immovable property of less than Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) value and in case of acquisition of properties of more than rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees on lakh only) value the committee shall submit he proposal to the Board of Trustees for approval.
  • h) To provide assistance and other requirements to different committees in the discharge of their functions.
  • i) To appoint or remove the employees of the society and to regulate their service conditions.
  • j) To accept the resignation of members.
  • k) To appoint sub-committees and specify their functions.
  • l) To incur expenditure up to Rs.1, 00,000/- over and above the budgetary provisions in case of necessity.
  • m) To present revised budget proposals to the General Body for any new works.
  • n) To review the Reports of the Standing Committees and the Sub-committees.
  • o) The Committee shall set up a Fund known as R.B.V.R.R Scholarship Fund for granting Scholarships to deserving students. In this connection the Committee shall invite contributions from NRIs for granting Scholarships sponsored by individual NRIs.
  • p) To hold elections for the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees under the Rules.
  • q) To take all such other actions as may be necessary for the achievement of the objects of the society.
  • r) To take all such other actions as may be necessary for the achievement of the objects of the society.
  • s) To co-ordinate the activities of different committees of the Society.
  • 10. EXTRA-ORDINARY MEETINGS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND GENERAL BODY:

    • a) If six or more members of the Executive Committee requisition in writing for a meeting of the Committee, it shall be held within 10 days. The procedure for convening such a meeting shall be the same as that of any normal meeting of the Committee.
    • b) The procedure prescribed for convening the executive committee meeting shall apply mutatis mutandis to the extra-ordinary meetings of the executive committee.
    • c) If fifty or more members of the General Body requisition a General Body Meeting, the same shall be convened by the President or the Committee within a month of such requisition. The procedure prescribed for convening an Annual General Body Meeting shall apply mutatis mutandis to such meeting.
    • d) The Members requisitioning the General Body Meeting shall state the reasons for such a meeting and specify the subject to be considered the meeting of the General Body.
    • e) In case of emergency, the President shall have power to convene or cause to be convened and extra-ordinary meeting of the Executive Committee or General Body. Such a meeting shall be convened by giving 3 days notice in case of Executive Committee and 10 days notice in case of General Body meeting.

    11. AALAMBANA COMMITTEE:

    • (i) There shall be an Aalambana Committee to manage the affairs of the Aalambana (A Home for the aged persons) established by the Society. It shall be constituted by the Executive Committee.
    • (ii) It shall consist of 7 members. The Secretary shall be the Ex-officio member of the Aalambana Committee.
    • (iii) Members above the age of 50 years shall be eligible to be appointed as members on this committee.
    • (iv) The First Vice-President shall be the Ex-officio Chairman the Aalambana Committee.
    • (v) It shall formulate the annual budget for Aalambana and submit the same to the Executive Committee for obtaining approval of the General Body.
    • (vi) It shall submit quarterly report to the Executive Committee on the affairs of Aalambana.
    • (vii) It shall be given all assistance by the Executive Committee in managing the affairs of Aalambana.
    • (viii) It shall meet at least once in a month or as often as necessary.
    • (ix) It shall be provided with adequate resources by the Executive Committee until it becomes self-reliant.
    • (x) It shall have the powers to appoint its own staff and employees and regulate their service conditions.

    1. EDUCATION COMMITTEE:

    • i. There shall be a Standing Committee on Education known as Education Committee consisting of Ten members, provided that there shall be at least Four women members on this committee.
    • ii. Any member of the Society who is above the age of 30 years shall be eligible to become a member of the Education Committee.
    • iii. The 2nd Vice-President of the Society shall be the Ex-officio Chairman of the Education Committee. In case of vacancy in the office of the 2nd Vice-President, the Executive Committee shall have the power to nominate any other office bearers.
    • iv. The term of the committee shall be two years.
    • v. The Committee shall be constituted by the Executive Committee. In this connection the E.C. shall give due regard to the experience and educational background in selecting the members of the committee.

    It shall have the following powers:

    • To appoint the Correspondent for the School and also any other educational Institution to be established in future.

    b. i. To appoint Teachers and other staff members and to regulate their service conditions.

    • ii. To conduct evaluation of the performance of Teachers of the school every 3 months to ensure high teaching standards.

    c. To regulate admissions, discharge or removal of students in the school.

    d. i) To constitute a sub-committee consisting to two members to manage the Bus services of the School.

    • ii) The sub-committee shall hold monthly review of the receipts and expenditure under different heads and submit its findings to the Education Committee.
    • e. To formulate action plans for the development of sports and games and also provide coaching facilities in popular events.
    • f. To provide facilities for sports and games and Library and reference services.
    • g. To grant scholarships and other concessions to the deserving students.
    • h. To keep the data with respect to past students and their achievements.
    • i. The Committee shall submit a report on the Management of the School every quarter to the Executive Committee.
    • j. The Executive Committee shall provide all facilities for the effective functioning of the Education Committee.
    • k. It shall submit the budget estimates to the Executive Committee for obtaining approval of the General Body.
    • l. It shall meet at least once in every month.
    • m. A member shall cease to be a member if he fails to attend 3 consecutive meetings of the committee.

    12-A. HOSTEL COMMITTEE:

    • v(i) There shall be a Hostel Committee consisting of 4 members to manage the affairs of the Hostel.
    • (ii) It shall be constituted by the Executive Committee in consultation with the Chairman and Correspondent of the Education Committee.
    • (iii) The 3rd Vice-President of the Society shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Hostel Committee.
    • (iv) The term of this Committee shall be 2 years.
    • (v) It shall meet at least once in a month or as often as necessary.
    • (vi) It shall submit Management Report every quarter to the Executive Committee.
    • (vii) A member of the Committee shall cease to be a member if he fails to attend 3 consecutive meetings of the committee.
    • (viii) The Committee shall take steps to celebrate Hostel Day at the end of the academic year.

    12.B. WOMENS WELFARE COMMITTEE:

    • (i) There shall be a Women Welfare Committee to look after the welfare of women in the community.
    • ii) It shall consist of not less than 7 members and it shall be constituted by the Executive Committee from amongst the women members.
    • iii) Women members above the age of 25 years shall be eligible to be members of the committee.
    • iv) It shall organize cultural programs to involve women members.
    • v) The term of the Committee shall be two years. The Lady Vice-President of the society shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the committee.
    • vi) The committee shall submit a Report every quarter on the affairs of this committee to the Executive Committee.
    • vii) The Executive Committee shall provide adequate resources to this committee.
    • viii) It shall hold at least one meeting in a month to consider the needs of women members.
    • ix) It shall take effective steps for mobilizing and enrolling women as members of the society.
    • x) It shall organize meetings and seminars to discuss issues like Social Reforms and empowerment of Women.
    • xi) It shall take steps to promote education of girls and create awareness about the Family Welfare programmes.
    PART – II
    POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF OFFICE BEARERS:

    13. THE PRESIDENT:

    a. He shall preside over all meetings of the General Body and the Executive Committee. b. He shall have power:
    • (i) To allocate functions to the office bearers and members of the executive committee.
    • (ii) To cause implementation of all decisions and resolutions of the General Body, Executive Committee and Aalambana Committee.
    • (iii) The President shall have power to incur expenditure of Rs.10, 000/- over and above the sanctioned budget provided, however, that he shall obtain the approval of the Executive Committee at its following meeting.
    • (iv) To exercise overall supervision of different institutions of the Society.
    • (v) To coordinate with the RBVRR Education Society, Hyderabad.
    • (vi) To act as Spokesman for the Society.

    14. a) FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT:

    • h) The first Vice-President shall exercise all the powers and functions of the President in his absence.
    • i) He shall perform such other functions as may be entrusted to him by the executive committee.
    • j) He shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Aalambana Committee.
    b) SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT:
    • i) The second Vice-President shall exercise all the powers and functions of the President in the absence of President and first Vice-President.
    • ii) He shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Education Committee.
    • iii) He shall perform such other functions as may be entrusted to him by the President or the Executive Committee.
    c) THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT:
    • (i) The third Vice-President shall exercise all the powers and functions of the President in the absence of the President and 1st & 2nd Vice-Presidents.
    • (ii) He shall be ex-officio Chairman of the Hostel Committee.
    • (iii) He shall perform such other functions as may be entrusted to him by the President or the Executive Committee.
    d) LADY VICE-PRESIDENT:
    • i) She shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Women Welfare Committee.
    • ii) She shall perform such other functions as may be entrusted to her by the President or the Executive Committee.
    • iii) She shall exercise the functions of the President in the absence of the President, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Vice-Presidents.

    15. THE SECRETARY:

    • a) He shall have the following powers and functions:
    • i) He shall be responsible for the implementation of the decisions of the executive committee as well as the General Body and other committees.
    • ii) He shall record the minutes of the meetings of executive committee and General Body in consultation with the President.
    • iii) He shall prepare the Agenda for the meetings of executive committee and general body in consultation with the President.
    • iv) He shall be responsible to carry on the day-to-day administration of the society.
    • v) He shall make all the payments as per the sanctioned budget or special resolutions of executive committee.
    • vi) He shall supervise the functions of the Manager and other employees of the society.
    • vii) To expend a sum not exceeding Rs.5000/- over and above the sanctioned budget and to obtain the approval of such expenditure in the following meeting of the Executive Committee.
    • viii) He shall maintain all records in the office of the society.
    • ix) He shall discharge such other functions as may be entrusted to him by the President or the executive committee.

    16. JOINT SECRETARY:

    • The Joint Secretary shall exercise the powers and functions of the Secretary in the absence of the Secretary or such other functions as may be entrusted to him by the President.

    17. THE TREASURER:

    • a) The Treasurer shall have the following powers and functions:
    • i) To cause maintenance of the day-to-day accounts of the Society and other units established by the Society.
    • ii) To cause preparation of financial statements and Budget Estimates for the approval of the General Body.
    • iii) To review the receipts and expenditure of the Society every month and report his findings to the executive committee.

    .18. POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE MEMBERS:

    • i) Each member shall have a right to participate in all the meetings of the General Body and he shall be entitled to exercise his vote in the elections to be held by the society.
    • ii) Every member shall have right to move any proposal or resolution in the General Body, provided, however, that the draft of such proposal or resolution shall be given to the Secretary at least seven days prior to the date of such meeting.

    19. THE PROPERTIES OF THE SOCIETY SHALL BE IN THE NAME OF

    • Society but any of the institutions, buildings or rooms thereof may be named after their respective Donors wit the approval of the Board of Trustees.

    20. BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

    • i) There shall be a Board of Trustees consisting of 5 members as shown below:
    • a) 4 members shall be elected by the General Body.
    • b) The immediate past President shall be ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees.
    • ii) Four members of the Board of Trustees shall be elected by the General Body for a term of 4 years. The Chairman of the Board of Trustees will be elected by the Trustees from among themselves.
    • iii) The Trustees so elected shall hold office as Trustees for a term of Four years. Any vacancy on the Board of Trustees shall be filled by the General Body.
    • iv) Any member of he Society above the age of 50 years shall be eligible for holding the office of a Trustee.
    • v) The trustees shall have power to carry on the administration of he Society if the Executive Committee is not elected within the time, prescribed under these rules.
    21. APPLICATION OF FUNDS: i) The assets and income of the SOCIETY shall be applied exclusively for the promotion and achievement of objects of the SOCIETY. ii) No part of the assets or income shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividend or in any other manner to persons who are or have been members of the SOCIETY. iii) No remuneration or other benefit in terms of money shall be given ot any member of he SOCIETY for the services rendered by them ot the SOCIETY. But they shall be entitled to get out-of-pocket expenses, traveling expenses and other expenses incurred in the discharge of functions connected with the SOCIETY or the institutions under th management of the SOCIETY.

    21 – (A) ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT:

    • a. The Books of Accounts shall ordinarily be kept and maintained at the REGISTERED OFFICE of the SOCIETY and shall always be available for inspection to the members of the Executive Committee.
    • b. The SOCIETY shall keep regular Books of Accounts in the office of the Society.
    • c. Bank Account: The Bank Accounts of the Society shall be jointly operated under the joint signatures of two of the following office bearers.
    • i) President
    • ii) Secretary
    • iii) Treasurer

    21-B (1) INTERPRETATION OF RULES:

    • If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of these rules or the interpretation thereof, the Executive Committee shall resolve the same and its decision shall be conclusive.

    2) BYE-LAWS:

    a) The Executive Committee shall have power to make Bye-laws for the following matters:
    • i) Office Hours and observance of Holidays.
    • ii) Service conditions of the Employees of the Society.
    • iii) Conditions for admissions in the School, Hostel and Aalambana.
    • iv) Conduct of sports and games.
    b) The Bye-laws made by the Executive Committee shall have the same force as the Rules of the Society.

    21-C: ELECTION AND THE RETURNING OFFICER:

    • a. The executive committee while notifying the election shall appoint a senior member as RETURNING OFFICER for conducting elections to the Executive Committee or Trustees as the case may be.
    • b. The Returning Officer shall have the power to appoint an Assistant Returning Officer to assist him in the conduct of elections.
    • c. The Returning Officer shall have the power to receive the nominations and conduct elections in accordance with the Rules on the dates notified by the Executive Committee.
    • d. The Elections will be held by secret ballot under the supervision of the Returning Officer.
    • e. The committee shall have power to appoint a 3-man committee as an election committee for deciding election disputes arising during the elections.
    • f. The Secretary shall provide required office staff and other facilities to the Returning Officer for conducting elections.

    21-D: ELECTION COMMITTEE:

    a) The Election Committee shall consist of the following members:
    • 1) Chairman of the Trustees - Member
    • 2) Immediate past President of the Society - Member
    • 3)A senior Advocate member of the Society - Member
    • The committee will choose its own Chairman in the first meeting. And its decisions on all Election disputes shall he final.

    22. MANAGER:

    • a) The Executive Committee may, appoint a Manager to carryout the day-to-day administration of the Society.
    • b) The manager shall discharge such duties as may be assigned to him by the President or the Executive Committee.
    • c) The Manager shall he under the administrative control of the Secretary.

    23. CORRESPONDENCE:

    • a) All correspondence of the Society shall be carried in Telugu or in English or both.
    • b) All suits and legal proceedings by or against the society shall be instituted or defended, as the case may be, in the name of eh society represented by the Secretary who shall be competent to sign all plaints, written statement, petitions, vakalats, affidavits and all documents for and on behalf of the society and shall in all respects be entitled to represent the “Society” before any court or authority.

    24. AMENDMENTS AND REPEALS:

    • These Rules may be amended or repealed by the General Body by a special resolution, provided, however, that not less than half of the members present approve such amendments or repeal.

    25. In case the society has to be wound up the property and funds of the society shall be transferred or paid to some other institutions with similar aims and objects.

    .