GENERAL BODY

 

In terms of Rule 20 of Rules of CAPART, the General Body shall have the following powers and functions, namely to :

 

a)                 give overall policy guidance and direction for efficient functioning of the Society.

 

b)                 approve the annual budget of the Society drawn up by the Executive Committee. The approved budget shall be submitted to the Government of India for sanction of Government grants;

 

c)                  consider the balance sheet and audited accounts for the previous year ;

 

d)                 consider the annual report prepared by the Executive Committee ;

 

e)                 add and amend the rules of the Society with the approval of the Government of India ;

 

f)                   frame, bye-laws not inconsistent with these rules, for the regulation of the business of the Society with the approval of the Government of India ;

 

g)                 perform such other functions as are entrusted to its under these rules ;

 

h)                 delegate such of its powers to other authorities of the Society as it may consider necessary and proper.

 

PRESIDENT OF SOCIETY

 

            In terms of Rule 23 (a) of Rules of CAPART, the powers and functions of the President of the Society is as follows :-

 

a)         Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting of the           Society.

 

The President shall preside over the Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting of the Society.

 

b)                 In case, votes for and against a particular issue are equal, the President shall exercise his casting vote.

 

c)                  The President shall be entitled to invite any other person to attend meetings of the Society but such person(s) shall have no powers of voting.

 

d)                 The President shall have the authority to cause to review periodically the work and progress of the Society with a view to ensuring that the activities of the Society are carried on, in accordance with the provision of the Memorandum of Association and Rules and Regulations and bye-laws of the Society.

 

e)                 The President may, in writing, delegate such of the powers as he may consider necessary to the Vice-President or Chairman.

 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

 

            In terms of Rule 36 of Rules of CAPART the functions and powers of Executive Committee is as follows :-

 

a)         The Executive Committee shall exercise all executive and financial            power of the Society, subject to such direction as may be issued by the Government of India and the General Body from time to time.

 

b)                 in particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing provisions, the Executive Committee shall have the power, subject to the provisions of these, rules and bye-laws framed thereunder to:

 

(i)                 prepare and execute detailed plans and programmes for the furtherance of the objects of the Society;

 

(ii)               consider the annual and supplementary budgets placed before it and pass them with such modifications as may be deemed necessary for being submitted to the General Body ;

 

(iii)             approve annual report and audited accounts of the Society for the adoption by the General Body (approved by General Body in its meeting held on 30.09.2003).

 

(iv)             create posts and appoint such staff as may be required for the efficient management of the affairs of the Society and regulate the recruitment and conditions of their service, provided :

 

 

a)           approval of the Government of India would be required for creation of posts the maximum of the scale of pay of which exceeds Rs.1600/- per months ;

 

b)           appointment to a post carrying a maximum pay of Rs.2751/- or more per month shall require concurrence of Government of India ; and

 

c)            prior approval of Government of India would be adoption of scales of pay, allowances and revision thereof, which are not identical to those adopted for corresponding posts as per the Central Government orders issued from time to time.

 

(v)               receive and to have custody of the funds of the Society and manage the properties of the Society.

 

(vi)             incur expenditure, subject to provisions of the approved budget ;

 

(vii)           enter for, and on behalf of the Society into agreements including those containing arbitration clauses ;

 

(viii)         lay down terms and conditions governing scholarships, fellowships, deputations, consultancy, grant in-aid, research schemes and projects ;

 

(ix)             establish, maintain, amalgamate and / or close institutions, laboratories, offices, hostels, etc. ;

 

(x)               enter into arrangements with the Government of India and through the Government with foreign and International agencies and organizations, the State Government and other public or private bodies, or organizations or individuals for securing and / or accepting grants-in-aid in terms of donations or gifts to the Society on mutually agreed terms and conditions shall not be contrary to or inconsistent with the objects of the Society or the policy of the Government of India.

 

(xi)             take over, acquire (by purchase, gift, exchange, lease hire or other wise) from Government of India and through the Government from foreign and international agencies and organizations, the State Governments and other public or private bodies or organizations or individuals, institutions, libraries, laboratories, museums, immovable properties, endowments or other funds together with any attendant obligations so that neither the transaction nor the terms and conditions where under it is concluded, is inconsistent with the object of the Society or the policy of the Government of India.

 

(xii)           appoint boards, Standing Committees, sub-committees and panels, consisting of persons who may or may not be members of the Society or employees of the Council, to deal with any demarcated area of operation including approval of projects, the composition of which and the upper financial limit of which shall determined by the Executive Committee. In case of emergency, the Chairman shall have the power to appoint such boards, Standing Committees, sub-committees and panels.

 

(xiii)         to improve and recover fees and charges for the services rendered by the Society.

 

c)                  The Executive Committee may, by resolution delegate such administrative, financial and other powers to its Chairman, Standing Committees, Director general or any other officer of the Society as it may consider necessary and proper subject, if deemed necessary, to the condition that action taken by them under the power so delegated, shall be subject to confirmation at the next meeting of the Executive Committee.

 

CHAIRMAN, EC

 

            In terms of Rule 38 of Rules of CAPART the functions and powers of the Chairman, EC, CAPART is as follows :-

 

a)       The Chairman shall see that the affairs of the Society are run   efficiently and in accordance with the provisions of the Memorandum of Association, Rules and Regulations and bye-laws of the Society.

 

b)                 He shall preside over the meetings of the Executive Committee.

 

c)                 The Chairman may himself call or by a requisition in writing signed by him may require the Director General to call a meeting of the Executive Committee at any time.

 

d)                 In case the votes for and against a particular issue are equal, the Chairman shall exercise his casting vote.

 

e)                 The Chairman shall be the sole and absolute authority to judge the validity of the vote cast by members at all the meetings of the Executive Committee.

 

f)                   The Chairman may in writing delegate such of the powers as he may consider necessary to the Director General.

g)                 The Chairman shall be entitled to invite any other person to attend the meeting of the Executive Committee but such persons shall have no powers of voting.

 

h)                 The Chairman may direct the Director General to call a special meeting of the Executive Committee at a short notice, in case of emergency.

 

i)                 On all such matters as the Chairman thinks are of sufficient importance and urgency and cannot await being placed before the next meeting of the Executive Committee, and which he anticipates would get the approval of the Committee, the Chairman shall take decisions and place the same before the Executive Committee in its next meetings.

 

 

                    NATIONAL STANDING COMMITTEES  (CAPART under Re-structuring process)

                    (CAPART is in the stage of its restructuring and funding to any developmental project is kept under abeyance.)

                   Standing Committee for Finance and Appointments

 

                   Transparency Committee

           

                   Standing Audit Committee

 

                   Core Group for finalization of Sevottam Implementation in CAPART

 

                   Internal Technical Committee

 

                   Expert Committee of eminent Scientists and technologist.
 

 

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