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.

CLUBS SENATE

Chief Secretary

Any Delegate who is currently serving as a Senator in Assembly I or Assembly II is eligible to be elected as a Chief Secretary.

  • 173. Any Senator who is to be elected by the Delegates as the Chief Secretary should primarily secure at least one among the 5 positions in the Senate Elections which is detailed in the Election Code.
  • 174. The Senators who secure any of the required positions as directed in Article (173) shall be nominated by the Chief of the Clubs Heads as Candidates for the Elections for the Chief Secretary.
  • 175. Once a Senator meets the requirements in Article (173) it is mandatory for the Chief of the Clubs Heads to nominate him/her as a Candidate for the position of the Chief Secretary.
  • 176. Once nominated, the Candidates possess the right to contest for the elections which cannot be deterred even by the Director of Clubs.
  • 177. The winner of the Elections for the Chief Secretarys will be considered as the Chief Secretary for One full Year Term.
  • 178. The Director of Clubs will be appointing the Chief Secretary in the presence of the Senators of both assemblies, Chief of the Clubs Heads, Club Heads, Resource Persons, Associate Heads, Co-ordinators, Instructors, Secretaries of Collegiums, Secretaries of the Chamber of Deputies, Members of Collegiums, Deputies, Delegates, volunteers from all across the 11 Clubs.
  • 179. By assuming the position as the Chief Secretary, which is the highest student-held position within the whole Clubs Organization the Chief Secretary is superior politically to all the students of all the Schools of Excel.
  • 180. Once got appointed as a Chief Secretary he/she may enjoy a significant immunity from day-to-day clubs regulations, rules, directions, orders etc. passed/promoted under their discretion by any official positions under the level of the Head of the Clubs for administrative comfort.
  • 181. But Article (180) does not permit or offer the privilege of ‘Right to violate’, any rules or regulations framed in the Clubs Constitution to the Chief Secretary.
  • 182. Once got appointed as a Chief Secretary, then the Director of Clubs alone possesses the authority to suspend ordismiss him/her.
  • 183. The Chief Secretary, once got appointed, he/she will be presiding the both assemblies, Assembly I & Assembly II.
  • 184. The Chief Secretary also possesses the authority to suspend a Senator from a whole Assembly Session.
  • 185. In the case that Article (184) is exercised, the Director of Clubs alone can revert the decision of the Chief Secretary, but only after the recommendation being forwarded by the Chief of the Club Heads to the Director of Clubs.
  • 186. Other than exercising the authority under Article (184) the Chief Secretary is not empowered with the command for Suspending/dismissing anybody from any of the Clubs.
  • 187. But the Article (186) does not deter the Chief Secretary from proposing the Clubs Director to suspend/ dismiss anybody.
  • 188. The Chief Secretary possesses the authority to recommend the Director of Clubs to dissolve a Club Collegium of any particular Club any time within 100 days of its appointment.
  • 189. In the case of the exercise of Article (188) the Chief Secretary must secure the support of at least a simple majority in both of the individual Assemblies, a 2/3 backing in the Assemblies as a whole and also a ¾ Backing in the Delegates Communion of the Club whose Collegium be dissolved.
  • 190. In the case that the Chief Secretary secure the kind of support as directed in article 189, the Director of Clubs shall never ever over-rule the suggestion of the Chief Secretary but to move forward with the process of dissolving.
  • 191. Nevertheless Article (188) does not permit or enables the Chief Secretary for a recommendation to dissolve the Chamber of Deputies of any of the Clubs.
  • 192. Moving ahead with Article (187), the Chief Secretary possesses the authority to propose suspension/ dismissal of a Senator, Secretary, Secretary of Chamber, Member of Collegium and Delegate.
  • 193. Article (192) never permits a Chief Secretary to propose a suspension/dismissal of a Volunteer.
  • 194. A Chief Secretary once elected and got appointed to the position shall never be dismissed unless (a.) Under the discretion of the Director of Clubs (b.) Overwhelming opposition from within the Senate Assemblies.
  • 195. In the case of the exercise of the Article (194) the Chief of the Club Heads should be consulted and his/ her consent may be required though the Chief cannot dictate the decision to the Director of Clubs.
  • 196. In the case of the exercise of Article (195) the decision or opinion of the Chief of the Club Heads is required to reflect the Consensus among all the Club Heads; If the Club Heads are more or less equally divided over the decision then the Chief of the Club Heads is required to move against the motion of dismissal.
  • 197. In the case of the exercise of the Article 194 (a.) then Article (195) & (196) cannot over-rule by authority, the decision of the Director of Clubs.
  • 198. In case of a situation as in or similar to as ruled in Article 194 (b.) arises the Director of Clubs shall summon the Chief Secretary and encourage both the Chief Secretary & the Senators of Both the assemblies for a reconciliation.
  • 199. In case of the failure of the attempt by the Director of Clubs as directed in Article (198) failed then Director of Clubs is required to call for a motion being moved against the Chief Secretary by convening the Senate Assemblies.
  • 200. In case of the exercise of Article (199) if 2/3 of Senators in the Joint Assembly vote against the Chief Secretary, then the Director of Clubs shall declare the Chief Secretary being dismissed.
  • 201. In case of the exercise of the Article (200) the Director of Clubs shall be handling the Profile of the Chief Secretary until the next Chief Secretary is elected.
  • 202. Any article in this Constitution shall be amended by the Chief Secretary with a two-third majority in the Assemblies 1 & 2 respectively along with a three-fourth majority in the joint session of Assemblies in the Clubs Senate.
  • 203. Article 202 shall not include or govern any article in this Constitution which is concerned with and/or related to the Director of Club and the Chief of HOCs.
  • 204. Any amendment as directed in Article 202 shall required to be ratified by the Director of Clubs before the amendment/amendments shall be included in the Constitution and brought to effect.
  • 205. Once rejected by the DOC then the same proposal for amending the article/articles shall not be taken into consideration by the Senate for at least another one year term.
  • 206. The Election Code shall also be amended by the Chief Secretary with a Simple Majority in the Joint session of the Clubs Senate and a backing from two-third of the 77 Members of Collegiums and a backing from two-third of the total number of 77 Deputies of all the Eleven Clubs.
  • 207. Any amendment as directed in Article 206 shall required to be ratified by the Chief of HOCs and the Director of Clubs before the amendment/amendments shall be included in the Constitution and brought to effect.
  • 208. Once rejected by the DOC then the same proposal for amending the article/articles in the Election Code shall not be taken into consideration by the Senate for at least another one year term.