1st Chief Secretary Election results announced: Anandhu Krishna - 510, Ajay - 425, Greeshma 101, Anisha 69, Arnica 60, Nasria 53.                   * Anandhu Krishna elected as the Chief Secretary of the Edu-Clubs with a margin of 85 votes.                    1st Chief Secretary Election results announced: Anandhu Krishna - 510, Ajay - 425, Greeshma 101, Anisha 69, Arnica 60, Nasria 53.                   * Anandhu Krishna elected as the Chief Secretary of the Edu-Clubs with a margin of 85 votes.                    1st Chief Secretary Election results announced: Anandhu Krishna - 510, Ajay - 425, Greeshma 101, Anisha 69, Arnica 60, Nasria 53.                   * Anandhu Krishna elected as the Chief Secretary of the Edu-Clubs with a margin of 85 votes.

Senate Elections

  • 34. The position of Chief Secretary is a rotating post which shall be kept by the Excel's Central, Global and Higher Secondary Schools one after the other for a period of one full year term.
  • 35.In the case of a School being unable to place at least Seveneligible candidates in compliance with the concerned clauses and sub-clauses both in the Constitution of Clubs and Election Code then the candidates from any of the other two Schools, which ever in the subsequent order, shall be directed to place its candidates for contesting the Senate Elections.
  • 36. In case of the exercise of Article 35, then that does not grab the position reserved for the school as per the basic sequence and hence the outcome of positions of the three schools for a particular year shall not interfere or influence the outcome of the positions on the consecutive academic years.
  • 37. In compliance with articles 35 and 36 the Election code does not deter candidates from the same school being placedconsecutively for three years.
  • 38. Nonetheless, Article 37 does not sanction candidates of the same school to contest for the elections for more than a period of three years; in any case candidates from a same school shall not be fielded consecutively for more than a period of three years.
  • 39. Any contestant for the Senate Elections (including the runners) should secure at leastonefourth of the votes secured by the contestant who obtains the maximum votes in the Senate House and unless he/she will be considered disqualified to contest for the Senate Elections for another two years.
  • 40. In case of a dead-lock being encountered at any level in matters related to fielding the candidates for Senate Elections then the Director of Clubs shall be the ultimate deciding authority.
  • 41. Nevertheless, in any case the Article 40 shall not go directly against articles 34 to 39.
  • 42. A particular Club shall exercise the privilege of 'Collective Voting' where the concerned Club reserves the 'Right to Vote' of its 5 Senators and all the 5 votes shall be used by the same Club as a Collective Vote for a single Senator from any of the Club who is contesting for the Senate Elections.
  • 43. In case of the exercise of Article 42 the decision for 'Collective Voting' is to be communicated to the DOC through the concerned HOCs within 72 hours (3 working days) from the date for the Senate Elections announced.
  • 44. The article 42 shall only be exercised if the two secretaries (that of collegium & chamber) of the said Club decide to the exercise of Collective Voting unanimously.
  • 45. Even if both the secretaries, that of Collegium(Club Collegium) & Chamber (Chamber of Deputies) of a particular club decides to exercise 'Collective Voting' at least 4 members and 4 deputies should backup their respective secretaries before the HOC approaches the Director of Clubs with theassent for Collective Voting.
  • 46. If there is a difference in opinion over whether to or not to exercise Collective Voting between the Secretaries and the Members or Deputies then the HOC is authorized to convene the Delegates Communion and require the Delegates to Vote upon the decision.
  • 47. Once Article 46 is implemented then it is the final and ultimate decision which neither of the secretaries nor the HOC shall overrule.
  • 48. All the formalities from Article 44 to 47 are to be done within 72 hours after the announcement of elections in compliance with Article 43.
  • 49. Nevertheless, the decision over whom to be Collectively Voted is strictly reserved with the Secretaries of Club Collegium and Chamber of Deputies of the concerned Club.
  • 50. Notwithstanding Article 49, Secretaries of both the Collegium and Chamber are recommended that the decision with which they are casting the Votes of the Collective Vote should reflect the consensus of the Members and Deputies respectively to the best.
  • 51. Once the 'Assent for Collective Voting' is approved by the DOC then it shall not be rolled back.
  • 52. In case of the exercise of Article 51 then the votes of the 5 Senators of the concerned Club shall be casted by the Secretary of Collegium ( 2 Votes) and Secretary of the Chamber (3 Votes) in the concerned Assemblies on behalf of the Members and Deputies respectively.
  • 53. The ballots of the 5 Senators shall be handed over to the Concerned HOC during the early hours of the Poll day.
  • 54. Rather than forwarding the ballot formally to the Secretaries the HOC shall not impose, dictate, influence or enforce the Secretaries on/about decisions/opinions voting directly or indirectly.
  • 55. If the 'Assent for Collective Voting' of a particular Club is approved by the DOC then all the 5 Votes from the concerned Club should be casted only to any one of the contesting Senator.
  • 56. If any 1 among the 5 Votes of a Collective Vote is casted by mistake or with intention bythe Secretary/Secretaries to anybody other than to whom all other 4 Votes were casted, then the Collective Vote (all the 5 Votes) is considered unconditionally invalid.
  • 57. The Collective Votes shall be casted prior to the Singular Votes during the Polls.
  • 58. The nominations for the Senate Elections shall be made by the Chief of HOCs.
  • 59. Senate Electionsare not conducted through secret ballot and hence the whatabout of Votes to and by each and every Senatorshall not be kept confidential.
  • 60. The polls and counting of the Senate Elections should be conducted in the Senate Hall in the presence of all the 55 Senators in the Joint Session of the Senate and the results should be announced on the very same day of the Polls.
  • 61.The Senators who secure any one among the top 5 positions in the Assembly polls shall be called as Additional Secretaries and are directly eligible to contest for the position of the Chief Secretary.
  • 62. Additionally, any Senator/Senators who secure at least 3 Collective Votes shall also be considered as Additional Secretaries and are eligible to contest for the post of the Chief Secretary, irrespective of how high/low his/her other Singular Votes amount to.
  • 63. No more than 1 Senator shall contest for the Senate Elections from one Club.
  • 64. The electoral process of a club shall be monitored by the HOCs and headed by the Chief of HOCs.
  • 65. Right to Entry into the Senate hall is reserved with the Chief of HOCs and nobody other than the Secretaries, Senators, HOCs, Chief of HOCs & the Bench Members of the Discipline Committee shall be allowed into the Senate Hall during the poll and counting hours.
  • 66. The results of the Assembly polls shall be declared by the Chief of HOCs.
  • 67. Those who are declared as winners are called Additional Secretaries from the moment of announcement of results and are unconditionally eligible to contest for the position of Chief Secretary.