Membership Rules

MEMBERSHIP – There shall be the following types of members, namely:-

a. LIFE MEMBERS

i. Any citizen of India, not below the age of eighteen years, who gives a sum of ten thousands Rupees (Rs. 10,000) or a firm, society, club, association, educational institution, corporation and incorporated body, who gives donation of a sum of twenty five thousands Rupees (Rs. 25,000) or more to the Society, shall be the life member of the Society. Further, the approval of minimum 2/3rd of the members of First Governing Council shall be necessary for enrolling any life member.

ii. Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-para (a) above, the First Governing Council may enroll an eminent scientist, engineer, scholar or civil servant as Life Member without payment of fee. Further, the approval of minimum 2/3rd of the members of First Governing Council shall be necessary for enrolling any life member.

iii. The desirous persons as mentioned in Clause 6 of Memorandum of Association of the society and Patrons shall be Life members of the Society and shall not pay any fee.

b. ORDINARY MEMBERS

i. An individual person, who pays a subscription of five hundred Rupees (Rs. 500) per year, or a firm, society, club, association, educational institutions, corporation and incorporated body, who pays ten thousand Rupees (Rs. 10,000) per year shall be an ordinary member. Further, the approval of minimum half of the members of the Governing Council shall be necessary for enrolling any such member.

ii. Such member shall have right to vote at the meeting of General Body.

iii. An ordinary member shall cease to be a member of the Society, if he fails to pay the subscription within one month of the due date, as determined by the Governing Council, without any reasonable cause. Such a member may be re-admitted on a fresh application and on payment of his arrears.

c. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

i. An individual person, who pays a subscription of two hundred and fifty Rupees (Rs.250) per year, or a firm, society, club, association, educational institution, corporation and incorporated body, who pays five thousand Rupees (Rs. 5,000) per year shall be an associate member. Further, the approval of minimum half of the members of the Governing Council shall be necessary for enrolling any such member.

ii. Such persons shall have no right to vote at any General Meeting.

iii. An associate member shall cease to be a member of the Society, if he fails to pay the subscription within one month of the due date, as determined bythe Governing Council, without any reasonable cause. Such a member may be re-admitted on a fresh application and on payment of his arrears.

d. HONORARY MEMBERS – The First Governing Council may enroll any person or a firm, society, club, association, educational institution, corporation and incorporated body as honorary member for such period and on such terms as it may think fit. Such member shall have no right to vote at any general meeting.

e. Not withstanding anything contained in sub-clauses (i) to (iv) above, where any member is a company, educational institution, association, joint family, partnership firm or society, such company, educational institution, association, joint family, partnership firm or society may appoint, in writing, any person as its nominee to represent for it.

PROCEDURE FOR MEMBERSHIP – A person desirous of becoming a member of the Society shall apply in writing, giving details about himself to the President. The application of Life Member and Honrary Member shall be forwarded to First Governing Council for decision, whereas for Ordinary Membership and Associate Membership, the application shall be forwarded to Governing Council, who shall be entitled to accept or reject any application without assigning any reason whatsoever in this regard. The decision of the First Governing Council or the Governing Council, as the case may be, shall be final.

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