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.

COMMUNION OF DELEGATES

Volunteers

Any fifth or sixth grader from Excel’s Central, Global or Higher Secondary Schools whose admission to the club is approved by the Head of the Club (HOC) will be called a Volunteer of the respective Club. Each Club reserves 35 of the 105 seats for Volunteers in their respective Delegates Communion.

  • 1. A Volunteer must be from grade V or VI or occasionally above.
  • 2. A Volunteer shall be admitted as so to a club by the HOC based on the recommendations of the Associate Head (AH) or the Resource Person (RP) of the respective Club.
  • 3. Recommendations made by the Associate Head (AH) to admit a fifth or sixth grader as a volunteer must be solely on merit basis depending upon the Rating Points (PR) the individual earned through the Club activities in the previous academic year.
  • 4. Recommendations made by the Resource Person (RP) to admit a fifth or sixth grader as a volunteer must be solely on merit basis depending upon the Value Points (PV) the individual earned through the Club activities in the previous academic year.
  • 5. Apart from proceeding through the above said recommendations, the HOC has no authority to admit a student as a volunteer in any of the Club.
  • 6. In exceptional and rare cases the Director of Clubs (DOC) can directly admit a student as a Volunteer, irrespective of his/her, value/rating pointsbut only with due consultation with either HOC or even RP or both.
  • 7. Even in the case of the exercise of Article (6) the HOC or RP or both did not possess the authority to deny or contradict or oppose the admission made by the DOC.
  • 8. The DOC also possesses the authority to temporarily halt an admission made by the HOC but not for more than a period of 7 academic days.
  • 9. In case of the exercise of Article (8) the DOC must forward to HOC the reason immediately with the Letter of Rejection (LR) for halting the admission.
  • 10. In case of the exercise of Article (9) the HOC must, in due consultation with the AH and/or RP, may either (a.)withdraw the admission or (b.)re-suggest the individual for admission to the DOC with appropriate reason or reasons.
  • 11. In case of the exercise of Article (10.b)the DOC is entitled to re-evaluate the causes and either (a.) accept the suggestion, if convincing and accept the proposal to admit the student or (b.) reject the proposal.
  • 12. In the case of exercise of Article (11.b)the DOC is entitled to summon the HOC and issue the Direction of Rejection (DR) to the HOC and get it signed. A copy of every such individual DRs is to be maintained by both the DOC and HOC each.
  • 13. Again, in the case of exercise of Article (11.b)the HOC or any other lesser authority in the club can never insist upon the admission of that individual in any of the clubs again in that academic year.
  • 14. A maximum of 35 students shall be admitted as Volunteers to any said Club.
  • 15. One can serve as a Volunteer in more than 1 Club.
  • 16. There shall be no dissimilarity in privilege, honor, power, supremacy and authority between the Volunteers irrespective of being from which School or Grade the Volunteer is admitted from.
  • 17. The Volunteers do not possess the Right to Vote either to the Club Collegium or the Clubs Senate.
  • 18. The Volunteers shall be regarded as those with Observer Statusin the respective Clubs. They are not privileged to take part in the Political activities of any of the Clubs.
  • 19. But, the Article (18) clearly does not prevent the Volunteers from taking part in the non-political activities held during the whole academic year.
  • 20. By being a Volunteer, he/she possess the Right to Entry into the Delegates Communion unless any of his/her cases are (a.) pending with the scrutiny of the Discipline Bench (b.) he/she is suspended/ Dismissed by the Director of Clubs.
  • 21. In case of Article (20.a)the Volunteer must get the written permissionfrom the concerned member of the Discipline Bench which temporarily waives his/her entry to the Club’s Office, Activity room, screening hall and Delegates Communion.
  • 22. In case of the exercise of the Article (21) the written permission must be submitted to the Head of the Club of the respective Club at least 60 minutes before the scheduled meeting/program/event begins.
  • 23. Nevertheless Article (20) does not privilege a Volunteer to enter into any higher spaces other than the Delegates Communion such as Club Collegium, Deputies Chamber and Clubs Senate.