Rules of Our School
1. SHORT TITLE:
These Rules and regulations means these rules and regulations of Aapo aap Educational Society with such amendments as may be made from time to time, in accordance with the provisions contained in the Memorandum.
Unless the context otherwise requires:
(i) “Society” means the Aapo aap Educational Society.
(ii) “Chairman” means the Chairman of the Aapo aap Educational Society.
(iii) “President” means the President of the Aapo aap Educational Society.
(iv) “The General Body” means the General Body of the Aapo aap Educational Society.
(v) “The Executive Committee” means the Executive Committee of the Aapo aap Educational Society.
(vi) “The Government” shall mean the Government of India.
(vii) “Bye Laws” shall mean the Bye laws that may be framed by the Society from time to time.
(viii) Words denoting singular number shall include also the plural and vice versa, according to the context, similarly, words denoting the masculine gender shall include also the female feminine gender.
3. VESTING OF ASSETS AND MANAGEMENT
The administration and control of the Society and all its assets and properties movable and immovable shall vest in the Society. The Society shall administer all the affairs of the Society efficiently manage and run the Society to perform all the function and discharge its duties as laid down in the memorandum but subject to the restrictions specified there in.
4. AUTHORITIES OF THE SOCIETY
a. The General Body
b. The Executive Committee
c. Standing Committees, including the Finance Committee, and other Committees or sub-committees which the Executive Committee may set up for discharging any one or more of its functions
5. MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL BODY
Following shall be the members of the General Body:-
d. Joint Secretary
f. 10 Members from Public
g. Two representative from CBSE.
6. OFFICE BEARERS
The following shall be first office bearers of the Society.
- : President
- : Chairman
- : Secretary
- : Joint Secretary
- : Cashier
- : Member
- : Member
7. TERMS OF THE MEMBERSHIP
a. The term of office of the members will be for a period of three years.
b. All outgoing members shall be eligible for re-appointment.
c. A member of the Society shall cease to be a member, if:-
i. Such a member resigns or becomes of unsound mind or becomes insolvent or be convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude; or
ii. He does not attend three consecutive meetings without obtaining leave of absence.
d. Resignation of membership of the Society shall be tendered to the Chairman and shall take effect only after it has been accepted by him on behalf of the Society.
e. Any vacancy in the membership of the Society caused by any of the reasons mentioned above may be filled up by the authority appointing such member and the person so appointed in the vacancy shall hold office only for the duration of the remaining term of the member in, whose place the appointment was made.
f. Any person who ceases to be a member of the Society, shall ipso facto cease to be a member of any of the committees of the Society.
g. The Society shall function notwithstanding any vacancy and notwithstanding any defect in the appointment or nomination of any of its members and no act or proceeding of the Society shall be invalid merely by reason of the existence.
8. GENERAL BODY FUNCTIONS
a. The General Body shall have, vested with it, the responsibility to assist the Society by providing sound and professional advice and counsel; it will generate a vision and give broad policy directions to the Society;
b. It shall receive and critically examine and comment on the annual Review Report of the Society;
c. It will receive and approve the annual budget of the Society;
d. In general, the General Body, will help ensure that the Society will remain publicly accountable and that it exercises its powers and functions in consonance with the Mission and objectives of the Society and within the frame work of the Indian Constitution.
9. GENERAL BODY MEETINGS
a. An annual Meeting of the General Body shall be held, at a date and time, to be decided by the Chairman during which the President shall submit the annual Review Report as well as the Audited Accounts of the Society and the budget estimates for the following year.
b. The Chairman shall be the Chairman of the General Body. In his absence, the President shall be the Chairman for that meeting.
c. The meeting shall be convened, as directed by the Chairman, under the signature of the Secretary, who will also be the Member-Secretary of the General Body.
d. The Chairman may convene a special meeting of the Society if he thinks fit or if such a meeting is requisitioned by eight or more members, in writing. Eight members or one-third, whichever is less, present in person, shall form a quorum at every meeting of the Society.
e. All disputed points at meetings shall be determined by vote. Every member of the Society shall have one vote each and in case if a tie, the Chairman shall have the right to an additional or casting vote.
f. The Chairman has the right to invite a person or persons to participate in the deliberations of the meeting of the Society, provided that such a person(s) shall not have the right to vote.
g. The Annual general meeting of the Society shall meet at least once in April/May to discuss the following matters: –
i. To receive the annual report of the working of the Society.
ii. To consider and pass its accounts.
iii. To discuss and pass its budget.
iv. To transact other business that may be permitted by the chairman and with the consent of majority of the members present at the general meeting.
v. All accounts shall be completed, finalized and got audited as soon a possible and with in six months of the close of the financial year.
10. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
a. In general, the Executive Committee will have, vested with it, all the powers of the Society, to manage its affairs and to enable it to function smoothly and effectively. It shall, however, exercise these powers within the context of the Mission and Aims and Objects of the Society and the advice it receives from the General Body.
b. Specifically, the following will be the substantive powers and functions of the Executive Committee:
i. Forward Planning of Policies and Programmes of Actions;
ii. Taking appropriate Decisions;
iii. Ensuring Effective Implementation;
iv. Exercising the Review Function.
c. The Executive Board shall have the following members:
i. Chairman of the Society, who will also be Chairman of the Executive Committee;
ii. President of the Society, who will also be President of the Executive Committee
iii. Secretary of Society, who will also be Secretary of the Executive Committee;
iv. Joint Secretary of Society, who will also be Joint Secretary of the Executive Committee;
v. Cashier of the Society, who will also be Cashier of the Executive Committee