TRUST DEED OF MAHADEV MADHAV NDIHI CHARITABLE TRUST

TRUST DEED

This Deed of Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust executed on this 24 day of August, 2007 between Shri Sunil Kumar Singh son of Shri Indra Pal Singh Resident of 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi 110092 hereinafter called the 'Settlor'(which expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant to the context, be deemed to include his executors, administrators and representatives) of the one part, and

(1) Anil kumar singh s/o Sh. Indra Pal Singh resident of 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi 110 092  (2) Satish Kumar Singh s/o Sh. Indra Pal Singh resident of 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi 110 092 (3) Bodh Raj Arora son of Late Sh. Lakhi Ram Resident of 4/36, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi 110092

hereinafter jointly referred to as 'trustees' (which expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant to the context, be deemed to include the trustee or trustees for the time being of these presents and their successors in office) of the other part.

Whereas the Settlor is desirous of establishing a trust for public charitable objects.

And whereas the trustees have, at the request of the settlor, agreed to act as the first trustees of these presents as testified by their being parties to and executing these presents.

And whereas it is necessary to declare the objects and terms of the public charitable trust, being constituted under these presents.

Now this indenture witnesseth as follows

1. That, in order to effectuate his aforesaid desire, the settlor has set apart and handed over to the trustees, a sum of Rs. 25,001 (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 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 Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust and its office shall, for the present, be situate at 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi -110092  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 in India for the benefit and use of the general public.

(b) 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 public in general.

(c) 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, without any distinction as to caste, colour, race, creed or sex.

(d) 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 public in general.

(e) 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.

(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 construct repair and manage the marghats, cemeteries and burial grounds.

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

(k) To setup rural and agriculture development program.

(l) To provide self finance and promote self help group for providing service for farmer and poor.

(m) To issue identity card to our member who can help to accidental person.

(n) To register under Society Registration Act.

(o) To receive grant from Government and take the benefit of Income tax Act.

(p) To open and arrange of Vridhashram for Senior Citizen and orphan.

(q) To help for all religious purpose as help for pilgrims.

To fight against corruption and militant and to devilment and advertisement of Indian Culture.

(s) To publish news paper and setup own news and other channel.  

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, 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 o6jects 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, organise or maintain or to assist in establishing, promoting, managing, organising, 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 authorised to amalgamate.

(y) To transfer and hand over the Trust to any other Society, Corporation, Institution, Trust or Organisation 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 Organisation 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.

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 three and more than fifty. 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.

In witness whereof the parties hereto have hereunto seen and subscribed their respective hands, on the day, month and year first mentioned hereinabove.

Witnesses:

1.                                                                                           Sunil Kumar Singh

 

2.                                                                                           (Settlor's Signature)

 

1.                                                                                            Anil Kumar Singh

 

2.                                                                                         (Trustee's Signatures)

 

1.                                                                                          Satish Kumar Singh

 

2.                                                                                         (Trustee's Signatures)

 

1.                                                                                             Bodh Raj Arora

 

2.                                                                                         (Trustee's Signatures)

 

 

 

CONSTITUTION OFMAHDEV MADHAV NIDHI CHARITABLE TRUST

(A Non-Profit Organization)
Registered Address: 4/8, Saket Blcok, Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi-92

ARTICLE I: NAME

The name of the Trust shall be MAHADEV MADHAV NIDHI CHARITABLE TRUST, herein after may be referred to as the MAHADEV MADHAV NIDHI.

ARTICLE II: PRINCIPAL OFFICE

Chapter 2.1: The place in the State where the principal office of the trust is to be located is the City Delhi of India.

Chapter 2.2: The place of the principal office of this Trust may be changed from time to time by resolution of the National Coordinating Committee, and such office may be in any county, state or country.

Chapter 2.3: The trust may have such other offices as the National Coordinating committee may determine from time to time.

ARTICLE III: ORGANIZATION

Chapter 3.1: Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust shall be a not-for-profit organization established and operated exclusively for literacy, educational and charitable purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 12 AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961,.

Chapter 3.2: No part of the net earnings of the trust shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its members, officers, or other private persons, except that the trust shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article III: 3.1 hereof.

Chapter 3.3: No substantial part of the activities of the trust shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the Trust shall not participate in, or intervene in ( including the publishing or distribution of statements any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office.

Chapter 3.4: Notwithstanding any other provision of these Articles, the Trust shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on  by a trust exempt from  income tax under section 12 AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

ARTICLE IV: PURPOSE

The specific and primary purposes and objectives of the Mahdev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust shall be:

Chapter 4.1: To promote "Literacy As a Movement of People."

Chapter 4.2: To eradicate functional illiteracy.

Chapter 4.3: To enhance social awareness through literacy and education.

Chapter 4.4: To conduct courses, classes, and work-shops and other related activities to further the cause of literacy.

Chapter4.5: To develop, publish, print or distribute books, journals, periodicals and literature.

Chapter 4.6: To produce and distribute audio/video cassettes or films to promote literacy and education.

Chapter 4.7: To provide relief in cash or kind to those affected by riots, floods, fire, epidemics, droughts, and other calamities.

Chapter 4.8: To provide medical aid to the poor, indigent, senior citizens, and handicapped persons.

Chapter 4.9: To promote, sponsor and support similar literacy, educational, social and charitable organizations with the same or similar purposes.

Chapter 4.10: To promote, support, and provide for rural developmental projects across India wherein literacy has been an integrated as component.

Chapter 4.11: To provide help first add to accidental people as any kind such as road accident train accident or other kind.

Chapter 4.12: To develop of Computer Cyber Park for Rural Village at all over India and give full support to student of rural area.

Chapter 4.13: To provide consultancy and other add to any person who is troubled by criminal or it seems that person is innocent and wrongly convicted in courts.

Chapter 4.14: To provide help to former for agriculture land for cultivation and give economical support for any kind to improve the former economic, social and moral conditions.

 Chapter 4.15: To make Scientific Research for Agriculture Research. 

ARTICLE V: NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Chapter 5.1: Subject to any other provisions of these Articles, Mahadvev Madhav Nidhi shall be governed by a National Coordinating Committee hereinafter may be referred to as the NCC.

Chapter 5.2: The number of coordinators, their qualifications, and the procedure for their selection and removal shall be governed by the Bylaws.

Chapter 5.3: President of the National Coordinating Committee shall be Sunil Kumar S/o Sh.Indra Pal Singh 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali, Delhi-92, India and shall serve as such until his resignation, retirement, or death. The President shall appoint his successor, and in absence of such appointment there shall be elected by the NCC as President.

ARTICLE VI: MEMBERS

Chapter 6.1: All Coordinators shall also be members of this organization.

Chapter 6.2: The classes of members, qualifications and privileges shall be specified in the Bylaws.

ARTICLE VII: LIABILITIES OF NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE AND MEMBERS

No Coordinator of the National Coordinating Committee or Member of this organization shall be personally liable for the debts or liabilities of the organization, except as such Coordinator or Member shall expressly agree in writing.

ARTICLE VIII: AMENDMENTS

These Articles of Constitution may be amended or repealed and new Articles adopted by the National Coordinating Committee by a two-thirds affirmative vote of the Coordinators.

ARTICLE IX: SEAL

Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust shall have a common Seal with power to break, change or renew when necessary.

ARTICLE X: DISSOLUTION

Upon the dissolution of the trust, assets shall be distributed for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning of section 12 AA of The Income tax Act, 1961, or shall be distributed to the India government, for a public purpose. Any such assets not so disposed of shall be disposed of by the Court of Common Pleas of the County in which the principal office of the trust then located, exclusively for such purposes or to such organization or organizations, as said court shall determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for such purposes.




BYLAWS OF MAHADEV MADHAV NIDHI

CHAPTER I: NAME

The name of the Trust shall be MAHADEV MADHAV NIDHI CHARITABLE TRUST, herein after may be referred to as the MAHADEV MADHAV NIDHI.

CHAPTER II: PRINCIPAL OFFICE

The principal office of this corporation for the transaction of business shall be specified from time to time by resolution of the National Coordinating Committee. Such office may be in any State or Country. The corporation may have such other offices as the National Coordinating Committee may determine from time to time.

CHAPTER III: REGIONAL CHAPTERS

Section 3.1 In furtherance of the purposes of Mahadev Madhav Nidhi, Regional Chapters may be formed in different regions of India.

Section 3.2 Each Regional Chapter shall be coordinated by a Regional Coordinator.

Section 3.3 Regional Coordinator: The President may appoint a Regional Coordinator subject to the approval of the National Coordinating Committee. Regional Coordinator shall furnish periodic written reports to the National Coordinating Committee of all relevant information relating to the activities, finances and general operations of the Regional Chapter in such form, frequency, detail, and degree of accuracy as the National Coordinating Committee may specify.

Section 3.4 Obligations of Regional Chapter: Regional Coordinator of each Regional Chapter shall use due diligence to carry out the purposes of Mahadev Madhav Nidhi, as set forth in its Articles of Constitution and these Bylaws.

Section 3.5 Termination:  The President may terminate any Regional Coordinator subject to the approval of the National Coordinating Committee.

CHAPTER IV: MEMBERS

Section 4.1 Voting members shall consist of the Coordinators of the National Coordinating Committee and such persons as may be specified from time to time in the Articles of Constitution or in the Bylaws. All other classes of members shall be non-voting.

Section 4.2 General Members shall consist of all adherents to the purposes and objectives which the corporation was formed to promote who are approved by the National Coordinating Committee appointed for that purpose, and who meet the minimum qualifications for membership which are established from time to time by the National Coordinating Committee.

Section 4.3 Other Members: Other classes of members, including honorary, patron, life, associate, or otherwise, may be created from time to time by the National Coordinating Committee, which shall prescribe the rights and privileges pertaining thereto.

Section 4.4 Membership Fees: the minimum membership fees will be Rs. 1000 per member at the time of appointment and after that fees will be Rs.150 per month or 1800 p.a. or equivalent other currencies.

CHAPTER V: NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE (NCC)

Section 5.1 The affairs of the trust shall strictly be governed by its National Coordinating Committee (sometimes referred to as NCC), which shall consist of not more than fifteen and not less than three Coordinators. The President, Vice President, Secretary and treasure shall be the active member of the National Coordinating Committee. Other members shall be appointed time to time.

Section 5.2 Coordinators shall continue to serve until their death, resignation, or removal by the President, with or without cause, or until the expiration of the term for which elected or appointed.

Section 5.3 The President shall appoint all the Coordinators from a list submitted by the Executive Committee.

Section 5.4 The NCC would diligently strive to distribute the membership of the Executive Committee across several Chapters of the India Literacy Project, and in particular at least shall designate the President and the Finance Coordinators from different approved Chapters in existence.

Section 5.5 Any vacancies of Coordinators arising out of death, resignation or any other reason shall be filled by the Executive Committee subject to the approval of the President.

Section 5.6 Any Coordinator, except the President, may be terminated, with or without cause, by a two-thirds affirmative vote of the National Coordinating Committee.

CHAPTER VI: PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT

Section 6.1 Sunil Kumar Singh S/o Sh. Indra Pal Singh of India shall be the President of the National Coordinating Committee, and shall serve as such until his death, resignation, or retirement.

Section 6.2 The president shall appoint his successor, and in absence of such appointment, there shall be no President.

Section 6.3 The President shall preside over the NCC meetings.

Section 6.4 The Vice-President shall preside over the NCC meetings in the absence of the President and Secretary.

Section 6.5 He/She shall assist the Vice President in the day to day administration and maintenance.

Section 6.7 He/She shall be the National Projects Coordinator and shall give final approval for all the projects; projects advised to be funded and projects advised to be rejected for funding.

Section 6.8 He/she shall be the custodian of the Seal

Section 6.9 Anil Kumar Singh S/o Sh. Indra Pal Singh of India shall be the Vice President of the National Coordinating Committee, and shall serve as such until his death, resignation, or retirement. 

 

CHAPTER VII: SECRETARY

Section 7.1 The Secretary shall be responsible for the maintenance of all records, documents, registers, and other official papers.

Section 7.2 He/she shall prepare agenda in consultation with the President or Vice President for the meetings and send notices.

Section 7.3 He/she shall prepare necessary progress reports, bulletins etc., and act as a public relations liaison.

Section 7.4 Sh. Bodh Raj Arora address 4/36, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi-92 shall be the secretary of the of the trust. He may be terminated by the NCC at any time.

 

CHAPTER VIII: TREASURER

Section 8.1 The Treasurer shall receive dues, and donations, keep all accounts of receipts and expenses, and funds received.

Section 8.2 He/she shall always be one of the co-signers of the checks, and make payments as may be authorized by the President or his designee, subject to the approval of the NCC.

Section 8.3 He/she shall prepare annual financial statements and present for review to President.

Section 8.4 Sh. Satish Kumar Singh Address 4/8, Saket Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi-92 shall be the treasurer of the trust.

CHAPTER IX: REMAINING COORDINATORS

Section 9.0 The remaining coordinators of the National Coordinating Committee shall undertake duties and responsibilities as deemed appropriate by the NCC from time to time.

CHAPTER X: POWERS OF NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Section 10.1 The National Coordinating Committee shall exercise all corporate powers, directly or under its authority, and control the business and affairs of the corporation, subject to the Articles of Constitution, these Bylaws, and applicable law.

Section 10.2 Without limiting the foregoing general powers, the National Coordinating Committee shall have the following specific powers:
 a) To select and remove all other officers, agents, and employees, and prescribe their powers and duties.
 b) To conduct, manage, and control the business and affairs of the corporation.
 c) To remove any member, other than the President of the National Coordinating Committee.
 d) To borrow money and incur indebtedness for the purposes of the corporation, and to execute instruments of indebtedness and hypothetication of assets.

CHAPTER XI: DUTIES OF NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Section 11.1 To perform any and all duties imposed on them collectively or individually by law, by the Articles of Constitution, or by these Bylaws.

Section 11.2 To appoint and remove, employ and discharge, and except as otherwise provided in these Bylaws, prescribe the duties and authority and fix the compensation, if any, of all officers, agents, and employees of the corporation.

Section 11.3 To supervise all officers, agents and employees of the corporation to assure that their duties are performed properly.

Section 11.4 To meet at such times and places as required by these Bylaws.

Section 11.5 To register their addresses with Secretary, such that notices of meetings mailed or telegraphed to them at such addresses shall be valid notices thereof.

CHAPTER XII: MEETINGS OF NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Section 12.1 Time and Place of Meetings: Meetings of National Coordinating Committee shall be held upon reasonable notice at such time and place as designated from time to time by the President, or in his absence or in the event of his disability, by the Secretary. The transactions of any meetings, however called, shall be valid if a quorum is present, and all coordinators not present, either before or after the meeting, sign a waiver notice, or on approval of the minutes. A quorum shall consist of the President and two other coordinators. In the absence of the President, a quorum shall consist of a majority of the National Coordinating Committee.

Section 12.2 Action Without Meeting: Any action by the National Coordinating Committee may be taken without a meeting if all members of the NCC individually or collectively consent over a telephone and later endorse by writing thereto.

Section 12.3 Voting: Any action taken by the National Coordinating Committee shall be by majority of those present, each coordinator having one vote. In case of a tie vote, the President may cast a tie breaking vote.

CHAPTER XIII: COMMITTEES

Section 13.1 Executive Committee:

 

13.1.1 President, Vice President, & Secretary.

13.1.2 Secretary shall preside over the Executive Committee meetings.

13.1.3 Executive Committee shall carry on the policies, proposals, projects and directives of the NCC.

CHAPTER XIV: AMENDMENTS

Section 14.0 These Bylaws may only be amended or repealed and new Bylaws adopted by the President or by an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the NCC.

CHAPTER XV: CERTIFICATION OF PRESIDENT

I, Sunil Kumar S/o Sh. Indra Pal Singh, hereby certify that the foregoing Bylaws are the current Bylaws of the Mahadev Madhav Nidhi duly adopted and in effect in accordance with the provisions of its Articles of Constitution.

Dated: August 24, 2007                                                                                                           Sunil Kumar Singh

Original Filing Date                                                                                                                      President

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