Code of Conduct
a) A set of code of conduct has been implemented in AGRASEN MAHAVIDYALAYA Raipur, to ensure that the system should function smoothly. In this connection Biometric attendance is maintained for both the teaching and non teaching staff. The teaching staff is expected to arrive at the college by 7:50 AM.
b) To ensure punctuality among the staff institution, the college management has made some strict provision, if any staff comes late, viz late coming for 3 days is counted as one Casual Leave (CL), or leave without pay (in case no C.L. is left). Prior information for late coming will be considered as special case on the discretion of principal.
There are special provisions for Academics programs: Orientation programs/ Refresher programs/ Conference/ Workshop/ Seminar/ Symposium or equivalent programs (as per the UGC guidelines):
LEAVE FROM DUTY
a) Information to the employer with all the necessary documents and permission from employer is mandatory for regular teaching and non-teaching staff, in case of applying for job in any other government/ autonomous/ or private organization,
b) Regular teaching and non-teaching staff must take prior permission from the employer for any kind of higher studies through proper channel.
c) For leaving the job, the regular teaching and non teaching staff is required to give a prior information (ONE OR THREE) months in advance, or deposit (ONE OR THREE) month salary. In any special cases, the final decision will be taken by authorized to employer.
The institution distributes salary through Bank of India. All the teaching and non-teaching staff is required to open a salary account in Bank Of India, Tatyapara Branch, Raipur (CG).
EPF (Employee Provident Fund) Contribution of management is deposited with respect to minimum EPF basic, as per government notification. ESI (Employee Social Insurance)
ESI facility is applicable only to those staff members who are getting monthly salary less than or equal to 21000/- per month.
(1)- Rights of General body-
(2)- Formation of executive body-
All the trustees, if there are any, would be the sitting members of this. The seven members, i.e. Patron, Life-time members and Ordinary members;, whose names are mentioned in the minutes- register, would elect following office-bearers and executive body on the basis of majority.
(3)- Tenure of the executive body
The tenure of the executive body would be of five years. This body would be allowed to function further, if the Governing body feels genuine reason and until the next executive body is elected as per the regulation and by laws of the organization. However this extension would not be more than six months. This extension would have to be approved in the general body meeting.
(4)- Rights and duties of the executive body-
A- To fulfill the objectives, for which this body has been formed.
(5)- Rights of the president- He would chair all the meetings of General body and executive body. He would call meeting of executive body through the secretary.
(6)- Rights of the vice president- He would chair all the meetings of General body and executive body in the absence of the president and would ex and would excise his Rights.
(7)- Rights of the secretary-
A- To call the meeting of the general body and executive body meeting from time to time. To present all the suggestions and applications, (received earlier) in the meeting.
B- To present the audited financial account of the previous year with annual report in the general body meeting every year.
C- To prepare all het documents of the body and examine the same. In case of finding any irregularities, would inform the same to the executive body.
D- He would have the power to spend maximum Rs 60,000/- for a single task.
(8)- Rights of Treasurer-
To maintain the records of all the expenses of the organization and to meet eh expenses, which have been approved by the president and the secretary.
(9)- Bank Account-
All the funds of the organization would be kept in the account, in any of the nationalized bank or Post Office. The amount would be withdrawn with the joint signature of the president or secretary and treasurer. The treasurer would keep maximum Rs 25000/- for daily expenses.
(10)- Details to be sent to the Registrar-
As per the by-laws of the organization within 45 days of the general body meeting the list of executive body and audited report would be sent to the Registrar.
Any amendment in the by-laws of the organization would be made with 2/3 majority, in the general body meeting. If needed, he amendment in the by-laws by the Registrar, which would be acceptable o all the members of the organization.
The proposal for the dissolution of the organization would be approved on a 3/5 majority after the division of votes in the general body meeting. In such condition, all the movable and immovable properties would be handed over to any other organization, having similar objectives. This process would be conducted as per the provision in the by-laws.
All the movable and immovable assets would be in the name of the organization. No asset would be sold or purchased by the executive body, without prior permission of the Registrar.
(14)- Bank account-
All the funds of the organization would be kept in the account, in any of the nationalized bank or Post Office. The process of deposit and withdrawal would be done as per the regulations.
(15)- Meeting to be called by the Registrar-
If the registered office-bearers of the governing body fail to call any meeting, the Registrar- (firms and societies) would have the rights. He would have the rights to fix the agenda of the said meeting also.
(16) – Dispute-
In case of any dispute, the president would have the rights; the president would have the rights to call the general body meeting, to sort out the same. If the office-bearers or members are not satisfied with the process, the decisions taken in his meeting would be forwarded to the Registrar. The decision given by the Registrar would be final and binding to all the members. In case of any other dispute, raised in the governing body or executive body the Registrar would have the rights to give final decision on these matters.