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INNOVATIVE INSTITUTE for DEVELOPMENT and EDUCATION of ALL (I-IDEA)

Web site: www.theiidea.com or www.theiidea.org Reg. No. 1792/DELHI 2011.

Ambedkar Bhavan, Gali No.3, Wazirabad Village, Delhi-1100084, Phone 09350064144.

 

By Laws:

1.         That, in order to effectuate his aforesaid desire, the settler has set apart and handed over to the trustees, a sum of Rs. 5,000 (hereinafter called the 'Trust Fund' which expression shall include cash and any other property or investments of any kind whatsoever into which the same or any part thereof might be converted, invested or varied from time to time or which may be acquired by the trustees or may come to their hands by virtue of these presents or by operation of law or otherwise howsoever in relation to these presents), and the trustees too shall each add Rs. 5,000 to the Trust Fund, and the trustees, together with the settler shall hold and stand possessed of the same upon the trust subject to the powers, provisions, agreements and declarations hereinafter contained.

2.         That the name of the trust shall be Innovative Institute for Development and Education of All and its office shall, for the present, be situated at G-3 (Gali No. 3), Wazirabad Village, Delhi 110084 and/or at such other place or places as the trustees may decide from time to time.

3.         That the objects for which this trust is established are:

(a)       To establish, develop, maintain and grant aid in cash or in kind to hospitals, medical schools, medical colleges, nursing institutions, dispensaries, maternity homes, child welfare centres and/or such other similar charitable institutions, new schools, coaching centers, vocational training, institutions, colleges and universities in India for the benefit and use ofdowntrodden throughout India under the central control in Delhi Office of the Trust.

(b)       Our motto is equalization of all social groups; to that end our methodology will be “bottom first” for all kinds of benefits to individuals and groups.

(c)       To establish, run, support and grant aid or other financial assistance to schools, colleges, libraries, reading rooms, universities, laboratories, research and other institutions of the like nature in India, for use of the students and the staff and also for the development and advancement of education and diffusion of knowledge amongst the downtrodden.

(d)       To establish, maintain and run studentships, scholarships and render other kind of aid to students including supply of books, stipends, medals and other incentives to study for students from scheduled caste, scheduled tribes and other economically backward communities including minority groups and poor needy students for preparation of various competitive examinations.

(e)       To promote, establish, support, maintain or grant aid to institutions for the promotion of science, literature, music, drama and fine arts, for the preservation of historical monuments and for the research and other institutions, in India, having similar objects for the benefit of the downtrodden.

(f)       To establish, maintain or grant aid to homes for the aged, orphanages or other establishments for the relief and help to the poor, needy and destitute people, orphans, widows and aged persons.

(g)       To establish and develop institutions for the physically handicapped and disabled or mentally retarded persons and to provide them education, food, clothing or other help.

(h)       To grant relief and assistance to the needy victims during natural calamities such as famine, earth quake, flood, fire, pestilence, etc. and to give donations and other assistance to institutions, establishments or persons engaged in such relief work.

(i) To establish, manage, maintain and run coaching centres, and other educational, vocational and technical institutions anywhere in India, in urban, rural and backward areas and/or to provide financial assistance and other facilities to libraries and other such institutions concerning education.

(j)      To provide hostels & residential accommodation for the needy and poor students.

(k)        To grant aid or render assistance to other public charitable trusts or institutions.

(l)         To try to promote and educate people regarding communal harmony, social work, understanding and equal respect for all religions, cultures, races and for that purposes and establish, manage maintain and run co-operative communities and institutes of intra- cultural understanding in the country.

(m)    To promote and educate people about democracy and good and fair governance, including methods of holding fair elections.

(n)     To encourage and help people form co-operatives and self-help groups for their economic benefits, social and political empowerment and capacity building in various other ways, including joining them together in democratic fashion to increase their power.

(o)     To publish and distribute or give financial aid in the publication of any literature for the promotion of the above objectives.

(p)       To establish, maintain or grant aid for the establishment and/or maintenance of parks, gardens, gymnasiums, sports clubs, dharamshalas and rest houses, for use by public in general.

(q)     Persuade school and college authorities to allow the use of schools’ and colleges’ infrastructures for after-school and after-college (i.e., during the hours the schools and colleges are not being used for their regular teaching purpose) educational, social, cultural activities.

(r)      To translate, print, publish, circulate and distribute appropriate material for distribution of useful knowledge through magazine, pamphlets or other printing mode for the development and promotion, benefit and advancement of Downtrodden Culture.

(s)      To subscribe or give contributions, financially or otherwise, to such other societies, agencies, associations or institutions engaged in the fulfilling the objectives of this trust.

(t)      To receive any grant, contribution, fee, support and assistance in any form for furtherance of the objects of this trust.

(u)     To establish and maintain institutions for the differently able persons for vocational training, promoting vocations of household industry, semi-skilled jobs for self employment, short hand & type-writing, languages development, fine arts, crafts, music, painting, modeling, physical training etc.

(v) To provide best education available; at the same time encourage and promote community and social work among youths as well as adults; nurturing and creative activities will be fostered, and the philosophy of social justice and paying-back to the society will be cultivated.

(w)    Awareness programs on recent advances in education, Health, hygiene and diseases, community participation, self-help Groups (SHGs) to empower to women and other downtrodden communities will be provided and efforts will be made to implement them.

(x) Maintenance of eco-friendly environment will be one of the top priorities of Innovative Institute for Development & Education of All (I-IDEA).

(y)     To raise awareness among people regarding to information, right for education, right to paid work, right to livelihood, etc.

(z)      Legal Right Education and Free Legal Aid programme to help the poor to enforce their legal rights, especially the poorest persons.

4.         That the Trust Fund may be augmented by the income from the initial fund and also by donations and other contributions from time to time.

5.         That the Trust Fund shall not be applied for any purpose other than those specified in Para 3 hereinabove.

6.         That the Trustees shall always maintain proper accounts of the Trust which shall be kept at the office of the trust.

7.         That for the furtherance of the objects of the trust, the trustees shall have the following powers:

(a)       To accept any donation, contribution, grant or subscription in cash or in kind, from any person(s), body of persons or trust or any other organization including NRIs and their organizations, with or without conditions.

(b)       To apply the whole or any part of the income of the trust, or the trust fund or accumulations thereto, to any one or more of the objects of the trust, as the trustees may, in their discretion, deem fit from time to time.

(c)        To convert and deal with the trust property and/or any investments for the time being.

(d)       To invest the Trust Fund either in the purpose of mortgage of immovable property or in shares, stock or debentures or other securities and investments, or in deposits with or loans to any company, bank, firm or any other person, and to alter, vary or transpose such investments, from time to time at the discretion of the trustees.

(e)       To borrow or raise or secure payments of moneys and also to lend money either with or without security.

(f)        To sell, dispose of, alienate or otherwise deal with any property comprising the Trust Fund.

(g)       To let out, demise any immovable property comprised in the Trust Fund for such period and at such rent on such terms and conditions as the Trustees in their discretion may think fit.

(h)       To open account in the name of the Trust, Trustees and/or Institutions run/ conducted by the Trust with a Bank or Banks, to operate such account and to give instructions to the Bank and to provide for opening and operation of such account by one or more of the Trustees or by an agent appointed by the Trustees.

(i)         To adjust, settle, compromise, compound, refer to arbitration, all actions, suits, claims, demands and proceedings regarding the Trust Fund.

(j)         To appoint constituted attorneys or agents and to delegate to such attorneys or agents all or any of the powers vested on them under these presents and from time to time remove such attorneys or agents and to appoint other or others in his or their place.

(k)        To appoint or make provision for the appointment of any person (including all or any of the Trustees and committees or administrator or Managing Trustees or otherwise) for the purpose of the administration of the Trust in such manner and subject to such rules and regulation as the Trustees may prescribe and also to appoint or provide for the appointment of separate Trustees to hold any fund or investment subject to the provisions of this Deed in such manner and subject to such rules and regulations as the Trustees may from time to time think fit.

(l)         To make, vary, alter or modify schemes, rules and regulations for carrying out the objects of the Trust and for the management of the affairs thereof and/or running any institution in furtherance of the objects of the Trust and otherwise for giving effect to the objects of the Trust.

(m)      To start, abolish, discontinue and restart any charity or charitable institutions for the benefit of general public and to impose any conditions to any subscription or donation made by them.

(n)       To set apart and/or allocate the whole or a part of the income or the corpus of the trust Fund or part thereof for any of the objects of the Trust.

(o)       To join, co-operate or amalgamate this trust with other or others having kindred or allied objects, upon such terms and conditions as the trustees may in their discretion think fit, particularly having regard to and in conformity with the objects and nature of this Trust.

(p)       To give aid by way of donations out of the income or the corpus of the Trust Fund or otherwise, to different charitable institutions, societies, organisations or Trusts in India which may have been established or which may hereafter be established for the like charitable purposes mentioned in these presents or any of them to enable such institution, societies, Organisation or Trustees to start maintain, or carry out such charitable objects.

(q)       To settle all accounts and to compromise, compound, abandon, or refer to arbitration any action or proceedings or disputes, claim, demand or things, as deemed proper for such purpose without being responsible for any loss occasioned thereby.

(r)        To borrow moneys either on the security of any property comprised in the Trust Fund or otherwise for all or any of the purposes of these presents, and it shall be lawful for the Trustees to make such borrowings on payment of such interest and otherwise on such terms and conditions as they may in their absolute discretion think fit.

(s)        To apply to the Government, public bodies, urban, local, municipal, district and other bodies, corporation, companies, or persons for and to accept grant of money and of aid, donations, gifts, subscriptions, and other assistance with a view to promoting the objects of the trust and to discuss and negotiate with the Government Departments, public and other bodies corporations, companies or persons, scheme and other work and matters within the objects of the Trust and to conform to any proper condition upon which such grants and other payments may be made.

(t)         To take over or amalgamate with any other charitable trust, society, association, or institution with similar objects.

(u)       To establish, promote, manage, organize or maintain or to assist in establishing, promoting, managing, organizing, or maintaining any branch of the Trust or any other Trust or its branch with objects similar to those of this Trust and to promote or carry on the affiliation or amalgamation of such other Trust with this Trust.

(v)        To take over, acquire, manage, control or aid any existing institution or institutions having objects either wholly or in part similar to the objects of this Trust and on such terms and conditions as may be thought expedient.

(w)       To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of the property, assets, liabilities and engagement of any or more of the trusts, societies, institutions or associations with which this Trust is authorized to amalgamate.

(x)        To transfer all or any part of the property, assets, liabilities and engagements of this Trust to any one or more of the trust, societies, institutions or associations with which this Trust is authorized to amalgamate.

(y)        To transfer and hand over the Trust to any other Society, Corporation, Institution, Trust or Organization on such terms and conditions as the Trustees shall in their absolute discretion think fit and proper to be held by the Society, Corporation, Institution, Trust or Organization with the powers, provisions, agreements and declarations, appearing and contained in these presents subject to such modifications as may be necessary and consequent to such transfer of the Trust fund. The Trustees for the time being of these presents shall become discharged from the Trust thereof relating to Trust Funds so transferred.

(z)        To create a group called “Vikaas Manch” for the purpose generating funds via suitable membership contributions and carry out the objectives of the Trust on non-profit basis. NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) too will be encouraged to join this Manch. Contributions to the Manch may be made through cheques or drafts in the name of Innovative Institute for Development & Education of All (I-IDEA) and sent by postal or directly deposited in the Innovative Institute for Development & Education of All (I-IDEA) bank account. Each of the members of Vikaas Manch will be expected to make at least two other members.

8.         The Trustees shall be accountable only for such moneys, stocks, shares and funds as shall actually come into their hands and a Trustee shall not be answerable or accountable for neglect, default, acts or omissions or commissions of the other trustees, nor of any banker or other person with whom the trust properties or any securities may have been deposited or kept.

9.         The Trustees will not be entitled to receive any remuneration, but the Trustees may reimburse themselves all expenses actually incurred by them in connection with the Trust or their duties relating thereto.

10.       The number of the Trustees shall not be less than two and more than seven. If the number of the trustees shall fall below two, the Trustees shall not, except for the purposes of filling any vacancy, act so long number is below the said minimum.

11.       The managing trustees for the time being will be at liberty to appoint additional Trustee within the number mentioned above for such period or on -such terms as to retirement and re-appointment as the trustees for the time being considered proper. A person shall cease to be a Trustee either: (i) if he without leave of absence does not attend three consecutive meetings of the Trustees or for one calendar year, whichever is longer, or (ii) if he is requested to resign by 3/4th or as near thereto as possible of the remaining trustees

12.       Every Trustee will be at liberty to resign on giving one month's notice of his intention to do so.

13.       The Trustees may from time to time frame rules for the conduct and regulations of the meetings Of trustees. In the absence of such regulations:-

(a)       Two Trustees shall form a quorum for a meeting of the Trustees.

(b)       All matters will be decided mutually by the Trustees.

(c)        Resolution passed without any meeting of the Trustees but by circulation thereof and evidenced in writing under the hands of two thirds of the trustees shall be as valid and effectual as a Resolution duly passed at a meeting of Trustees.

14.       The Trustees shall have the power to determine in case of doubt whether any moneys or property shall for the purpose of the charity be considered as capital or income and whether out of income or capital any expenses or outgoings ought to be paid or borne and every such determination shall be binding and conclusive provided that nothing contained shall be deemed to authorise the Trustees to spend the income or corpus of the Trust for any purpose not authorised by these presents.

15.       The accounting year of the Trust shall be the financial year ending on 3lst March every year.

16.       The Trust and the Trust funds shall be and irrevocable for all times.

17.       The office of the Trust shall be situated at Delhi unless changed by the Trustees by two thirds majority.

18.       It is expressly declared that no part of the Trust property or its income or any accretion thereto shall be applied for any purpose outside India or for any Purpose which is not a charitable purpose in law, and all provisions hereof shall be construed accordingly.

19.       GOVERNING BODY: For the sake of governing this trust the trustees will distribute responsibilities in accord with the following chart, with responsibilities of various office holders defined thereafter:

Board of Conveners:

Bachchu LAL, Ph.D., USA. Phone: 001-443-540-2221, Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Khimchand, B.E., USA,. Phone: 0016465264459

Jitender Peehal, M.D., UK, Phone: 00447533301603 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Governing Body:

R.C. Gehlot, LLM, President

Prof. Satinath Choudhary, Ph.D. co-president

Jilay Singh, Co-president

Ravinder Singh, Ph.D. Gen, Secretary

Kuldip Kumar, Ph.D., co-Gen Secretary.

Amar Singh, Treasrer

Gaurav K. Dahia, LLM, MBA, co-Treasrer

Sita Ram Khoiwal, co-Treasurer

 

Members Governing Board:

 

Bhagat Raj, LLB,

Gauri Devi, LLB

Jaikishan, Ph.D.

Jogendra Singh|

Kaviraj Sanghelia

Mahendra Prakash

P.C. Raja, D.A.G.A.

P.C. Karosia Er.

Peter J. Malakar, MBBS

Ram Prasad

R. Sugathan, Ph.D.

R.S. Anand, MBBS, MD

Rev.Dr.AA.Johnson-Arch Bishop

Sanjya Kumar, Mumbai, LLB

Sanjaya Kumar, LLB,Ph.D.

Sanjeeve Gharoo, LLB

S.Paranthaman, M.Sc.

Sushant Mishram, MBBS, MD

Vinod Chauhan, LLB

 

 

20.     POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICE BEARERS

All office bearers together (i.e., all trustees together with the settler) will constitute Executive Committee (EC) for the Board of Governors. They would have different functions but they will meet periodically and discuss all important things and decide everything by consensus if possible, otherwise by majority votes, treating each member as equal. All efforts will be made to avoid autocratic tendencies. Unfortunately, most governments and organizations have tried to copy monarchical pyramidal structures. We will try to function with a flat-top collective structure, as Election Commission does and most multi-member judicial benches do. Functions of the office bearers will be as follows:

PRESIDENT

a)       President shall preside over all the meetings of the Trust. Other members of the EC too may take turns.

b)      At the time of voting on any matter/subject, if the total votes of the group of members happen to equal the matter will be considered undecided and no further action can be taken in that regard – status quo will be maintained.

c)       President shall have the power to allow inclusion of any subject / matter in the agenda for the discussion in the course of proceedings of meetings.

d)      President may sign various papers/ letters, on behalf of the EC, to conduct its correspondence, with copies circulated to all EC members. In case of any disagreements, they may hold phone conversation and try to resolve differences. Failing that the matter will be held up until they all members of EC meet at their periodic meetings.

e)       In consultation with rest of the members of EC, the President will summon Governing Body meetings, prepare agenda for meetings and assign a couple of people to record minutes of all meetings right in the beginning of those meetings. Minutes will be subject to correction from others attending members.

(f)      In the event of his/her expected prolonged absence from Delhi or busy schedule or any other reason, the President may designate one of the Co-President to act on his/her behalf.

CO-PRESIDENT: The Co-President of the Trust will assist the President in any manner mutually agreed to. Neither the President nor the co-President will be monarchs of the Trust. If designated by the President for any reason, the Co-President will act as President.

GENERALSECRETARY

General Secretary will take care of all communications and correspondences on behalf of the Trust. With mutual agreement one will draft a correspondence and pass it on for a review to the other Co-General Secretaries. In case the others do not modify the same within a day, the draft will be considered final and mailed out. In case of substantial difference, the final version will be decided by the EC as a whole.

CO-GEN SECRETARY: The Co- Gen Secretary shall enjoy all the powers of General Secretary in his/her absence or by mutual agreement.

TREASURER

a)       All funds of Trust shall remain in the care of and under management of the treasurer.

b)      Treasurer shall maintain the accounts of all money, which is received or paid by him / her on behalf of the Trust.

c)       Treasurers shall make disbursement in accordance with the' direction of EC.

CO-TREASURER: The Co- Treasures shall enjoy all the powers of Treasurer in his/her absence or by mutual agreement.

MEMBERS:

Other Members of the Governing Board will assist in the day-to-day work of the Trust as needed and requested by the EC.

21. RE-ADMISSION:- In case, any member of the society loses his/her membership from the society on account of non-payment of his/her contributions, the Governing Body may re-admit such a person on full or partial payment of the dues.

22. APPEALS :- All appeals shall be preferred to the Governing Body of the society and the decision of the Governing Body shall be final. If needed, then the Legal decision of the Courts of Delhi shall prevail.

23. FILLING UP OF CASUAL VACANCIES:- Any casual vacancy, among the Governing Body, shall be filled by resolutions passed by the Governing body.

24. FINANCIAL YEAR:- Financial year of society shall be from 1st April to 31st March of the following year.

25. AUDIT:- The accounts of society shall be audited by a qualified auditor (Chartered Accountant) every year.

26. MANAGEMENT OF FUNDS & ACCOUNTS OPERATION:-

A)      The Funds of the Trust shall be kept in the name of the Trust in any scheduled bank, as may be decided by the Executive Council. The Treasurer, together with any one of President and General Secretary shall be signatories to the Bank A/C and operations. In the absence of the Treasurer, the Co-Treasurer may sign the transactions but then both the President as well as the General Secretary will also have to co-sign the transactions. The Governing Body will need to approve all major expenditures.

B)      The funds of the Trust shall be invested and kept invested only in such properties, securities and/or investments which are permitted by the Governing Body, which is authorized to alter, vary or transfer such investments for time to time as they find it fit in their discretion.

27. AMENDMENT:- Any amendment in Deed Rules and Regulations, including the replacement of any of the trustees, can be carried out by majority vote of the Governing Board.

28. ESSENTIAL CERTIFICATE: Certified that this is the correct copy of the rules and regulations of the Trust.

29. MANAGEMENT OF PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS:-

A) Trust will open branches at State, District, Nagar Palika, Town Area, Notified Area or village levels to run programs and projects for the welfare of the community, to collect funds and deposit money in the account of the trust (Innovative Institute for Development and Education of All). Branches cannot open bank account on the name of trust (Innovative Institute for Development and Education of All).

B) Trust will select more members to form sub-committees to run the programs and projects but final decisions will be taken by the EC of the trust.


 


 

 

 


 


 

 

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