Objects of the Society - the society will have
the following objects:
1) Establishing an institution with the highest
academic standards possible, To provide education to primary School Boys and Girls.
2) To provide a curriculum in the field of computer science to all students. This includes, but is not limited
to, hardware, software, networking, and data entry.
3) To include curriculums offered by new education
policy, inclusive of all subjects and language programs.
4) To undertake the best possible cooperation
with, and participation in, all programs introduced by the Social Welfare Department, Central and State advisory
welfare Board, Sifsa Kapat, Nabard, Duda, Suja Dist. Village Development Department. A related goal is to undertake
the best possible cooperation with, and participation in, all programs introduced by the boy's and women's welfare
5) To Create and Provide an Organization for
seminars, conferences, workshops, camps, etc., to monitor population growth, and, where possible, act to reduce
6) To provide shelter for handicapped people
by providing and making use of state government schemes.
7) Organize Cultural Programs free of cost, and to establish music institutions.
8) To Arrange Games and Tournaments to create
activity, and to encourage exercise for its health benefits.
9) To introduce about invi _ _ _ and methods
as well as the protection of the same by way of exhibitions, camps, etc., and to set up different kinds of trees
to alternate the in _ _ _ _
10) To organize workshops, training exhibitions,
etc. to encourage increased production in agriculture.
11) To organize and create awareness of new
technology and scientific agricultural methods introduced by the Government of India's Ministry of Agriculture.
12) To provide shelter and accommodation to
disabled and handicapped people within our society.
13) To organize and introduce the programs under
this scheme proposed by Angam Badi, Bal Badi, and Pradha Shiksha ………..
14) To adopt service to our society, state,
nation, and villages.
15) To observe the policy of the "Khadi
Gramudhyoga" and it's concepts for regional development of the society.
16) To offer guidance and instruction, free
of cost, to persons belonging to scheduled castes, scheduled Tribes, and backward groups concerning the various
programs scheduled by the government.
17) To undertake public education about different
kinds of diseases, and provide free assistance, especially with regard to cancer, malaria, AIDS, Poliomyelitis,
hepatitis, and other public health threats.
18) To provide training, free of cost, to candidate
women especially with regard to sewing, cooking, painting and wood crafts, adding ornamental design to silk textiles.
19) To organize programs against alcoholism,
as well as the loss of energy that occurs with alcohol consumption.
20) To provide education to underage boys, encouraging
them to avoid "Bal Shram" (child labor), and cultivate self-reliance.
21) To arrange drinking water supplies for the
villagers, along with efforts to keep the villages neat and clean.
22) To take steps to purify the Ganges waters
and carry out the Ganga Action Plan.
23) to arrange for the construction of Village
Roads, Naly, Village toilets, as well as the electrification of the village.
24) To provide all possible help to the population
in the event of natural storms, and to maintain readiness to provide such help at any moment.
25) To oppose the evils of pregnancy by unmarried
and/or underage girls.
26) To produce Ayurvedic, Unani, and other traditional
herbal medicines, and supply them at no cost to hospitals and dispensaries in need.
27) To operate fully with the programs of handicraft
28) To remain watchful of population growth
and carry out public education conducive to its prevention.
29) To remain watchful of social evils, such
as the dowry system, drugs, alcohol, and others, and take action, when possible, to oppose them.
30) To provide training for Pashu Palan, Matsya
Palan, and other related activities.
31) To organize a group of self helpers, and
to provide the fullest cooperation with them, to carry out all possible activities beneficial to women workers
and Village consumers.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Name of the Association - Bhadrakali Social Work and Development Association.
Address of the Association - Village Madrawa, Samne Ghat, Gadwa Ghat Road, Nagula,
Area of operations - The whole of Uttar Pradesh.
Categories of membership in the Association:
A) Life Members - those who make a single payment
of 1001 rupees (or more) or donate assets of such value to the Association.
B) General members - those who make payments
of 101 rupees (or more) or donate assets of such value to the Association.
A general body shall be constituted, including
all members noted in the above column. This shall include patrons or life members.
The general body shall meet once a year, and
may be called to assemble at any time to respond to special circumstances ("emergency meetings").
C) Prior Notice.
15 days notice shall be given to all members
of the body, informing them of meetings. In cases of emergency, they may be given three days notice.
The quorum of the general body meetings shall
be three fourths of the total numbers for all meetings, both annual and emergency.
E) Annual Conference of the Association
The annual conference of the Association shall
be held once per year.
F) Rights of the General Body
1) To consider the issues referred thereto by
the management committee.
2) To decide the policies of the Association for which it was established.
3) To elect the officials of the management committee.
4) To approve of rules and regulations for the Association, and modifications of the same.
The members of the management committee shall
be elected by the general body, by a majority vote of three fourths. The offices of the management committee shall
be designated as President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and no more than five members at large.
The management committee will meet twice a year,
except in the event of an emergency.
C) Prior Notice
Seven days notice shall be given to management
committee members prior to meetings, with the exception of emergency meetings, for which management committee members
shall be given no less than one days notice. Emergency meetings can be called with one days notice.
A quorum of the management committee will consist
of two thirds of its members.
E) Vacant Offices
When any office within the management committee
becomes vacant, that office will be filled by a two thirds majority vote by the members of the general body.
F) Powers and Rights of the Management Committee
1) To plan the budget of the Association.
2) To create subcommittees to facilitate the
3) To collect donations and subscriptions to
fund the Association's activities.
4) To hire, and when necessary, terminate, the
5) To acquire property for the association,
both movable and immovable.
6) To actively make appropriate use of all its
8) Terms of offices
The term of office for members of the management committee shall be five years.
9) Rights and Powers of the Offices within the
1) To chair meetings of the general body and
the management committee.
2) To cast the deciding vote in the event of
a tie votes.
3) To choose the dates for meetings following
consultation with the Secretary of the management committee.
4) To exercise their powers in accordance with
the rules of the association.
1) To assume all presidential powers and responsibilities
when the president is absent.
1) To collect subscriptions and donations, and
issue proper receipts, acting in accordance with the procedures described herein.
2) To call for general and emergency meetings.
3) To provide information for the items on the
meetings agenda, and to take minutes.
4) To ensure that documents issued by the Association
are duly signed.
5) To accept payments on behalf of the Association,
including but not limited to, salaries, annual payments, and other payments owed.
6) To take disciplinary actions, at their discretion,
to salaried employees, including, but not limited to, suspensions and terminations.
7) To respond to requests made to the Association,
including, but not limited to, suits, petitions, and special leave requests.
8) To correspond on behalf of the Association,
including the use of his personal address for correspondence on behalf of the Association.
9) To utilize all powers granted them in accordance
with the rules of the Association
1) To prepare the budget for distribution and
maintain the association's bank accounts.
2) To prepare the association's annual report.
3) To deposit funds in the bank or post office
and report such deposits to the Secretary.
G) Modifications Of the Rules and Regulations
of the Association
a) Modifications in the rules and regulations
will be made following a vote with a two thirds majority of the general body.
a) All funds received by the Association will
be deposited in a bank or post office, in an account in the association's name. Both the secretary and treasurer
will act as signatories to these accounts.
I) Account Audits
a) An auditor, appointed by the management committee
shall, together with the secretary, perform an audit at the end of each financial year.
J) Records of the Association
a) The records of the Association will include,
but not be limited to, the following: Memberships, including registration fees.
b) Cash books, and all other financial records,
including, but not limited to, monies received and paid.
c) Records of proceedings.
d) Registration for stocks on hand.
K) Abolition of the Association
a) Abolition of the association, and decisions
concerning the liquidation of its property, shall be made in accordance with the Registration Act, sections 13