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Title & Address

The name of the Association shall be ‘Old Boy’s Association, Sainik School, Bhubaneswar’ and it shall be referred to hereinafter as “The Association”.

The registered address of the Association shall be Sainik School, Bhubaneswar- 751005.

Sainik School, Bhubaneswar shall be referred to hereinafter as “The School”.
 

Aims & Objectives

To foster camaraderie and esprit de corps among former students of the School.
To build up traditions the School and the Country can be proud of.
To follow the careers of former students of the School and give them help, counsel and
guidance whenever necessary.
To organize and unite all the members of the Association and to regulate their relation with
the School.
To raise, borrow or secure such money or monies by subscription, donations or loans from the members or others or financial institution etc. as may be considered necessary, for the furtherance of the objectives of the Association and to have accounts with Banks for the purpose.
To invest and to deal with the money/monies of the Association not immediately required, in such a manner as may from time to time be determined.
To organize social, cultural and educational activities for members and for their families.
To consult, cooperate or federate with similar/other Associations or bodies in India/outside.
To delegate representative/s to bodies in which the Association or members may be interested from time to time.
To edit and publish, if possible voicing amongst other matters, views of the members and containing matters of interest to them, for circulation amongst all members and other persons interested in the Association.
 

Membership, Admission etc

The membership of the Association shall be open to all ex-students of Sainik School, Bhubaneswar having completed at least one academic session there at, on payment of Admission fees and subscription as may be decided by the General Body of the Association from time to time.  Subscription fee shall be payable yearly provided he agrees to abide by the Rules and Bye-laws existing and/or may be made by the Association from time to time and subject to Article 3.7.  The Admission fee and the yearly subscription for the present are Rs.50/- and Rs.40/- respectively.  The fee has been subsequently raised to Rs.100/-.

All eligible ex-students as on 31.03.1988 are admitted ipso facto members provided they pay/have paid membership fee to the Hony. Secretary of the non-registered Sainik School, Bhubaneswar, Old Boys’ Association.
Membership of any member of this Association whose subscription/dues are in arrears for a period exceeding 5 years shall stand terminated.

A member whose membership is terminated under Article 3.3 may be re-admitted to membership subject to approval of the Executive Committee and on payment of all his/her arrears of subscriptions/overdues if any and re-admission fees equivalent in amount to twice the admission fees provided that no re-admission fees shall be payable if the arrear dues are fully paid within 31.12.88.

A member of the Association shall be entitled to all benefits that the Association may decide to give to its members, including the right to vote or contest, provided he/she is not in arrears to the Association as on the date of the nomination.

A member of the Association who is in arrears with the subscription of dues shall not be entitled to any benefits until all arrears have been paid.

A member, if he so chooses, may become a Life Member by paying Life Membership Fee at one instance.  The Life Membership Fee for the present is Rs.500/-.  A Life Member will be exempted from paying the yearly subscription fee.  The fee has subsequently been raised Rs.1000/-. Amendment :-  Any member who pays one time donation of Rs.10,000/- and above shall be known as PATRON member.

The Registrar, the School Medical Officer, all members of the Teaching Staff (both past and present), Office Superintendent, Accountant, Quarter master, Mess Manager, Matrons/Hostel Superintendents and Academic Assistant will be ex-officio members of the Association and will be exempted from payment of any Admission Fees/Subscriptions.  They will however pay for the school magazine if the School authorities so decide.
 

ORGANISATION

The affairs of the Association shall be conducted through :-

General Body

Executive Committee

General Body and its functions:

The General Body will comprise of all members and will be a permanent organ exercising all control over the affairs of the Association. Broadly, the functions of the General Body will be :-

(a)  to elect members of the Executive Committee and office bearers;

(b)  to transact all business under the constitution that is duly brought before it;

(c)  to receive and adopt the Annual Report and statement of accounts;

(d)  to appoint Auditor/s.

Executive Committee:

Subject to the supervision and control of the General Body, all affairs of the Association shall be carried out by the Executive Committee and office bearers not exceeding 22 members as detailed below:-
a) Chairman One
b) Vice-Chairman One
c) Secretary General One
d) President One
e) Vice-President One
f) Executive Secretary  One
g) Joint Secretary (Organisation)  One
h) Joint Secretary (Publication) One
i) Joint Secretary (Cultural) One
j) Asst. Secretary(ies)  Four
k) Treasurer One
l) Asst. Treasurer  One
m) Members Seven
The Principal of Sainik School, Bhubaneswar shall be the Chairman of the Association.

The Head Master of Sainik School, Bhubaneswar shall be the Vice-Chairman of the Association.

The Secretary General shall be elected from among the permanent teaching staff of Sainik School, Bhubaneswar.

The Secretary General shall hold the post of Treasurer.

All the Office-bearers and the Executive Committee members will be elected as per Article 6.

Should a vacancy occur in the Committee it may be filled by the Executive Committee by co-option, the number of such co-opted members not exceeding four at any time.

The term of office-bearers and Executive Committee shall be for two years from the date the Committee resumes office.

One Assistant Secretary each shall be elected from among the members who are serving in the three wings of the Armed Forces, the fourth being open to all members.

There shall be one Executive Committee Member representing each of the Zones as listed in the Annexure-A of the Constitution.  Regrouping of areas for the purpose of deciding constituency for nomination shall be done by the Executive Committee of the Association as and when necessary, with a view to ensuring fair representation.

The Seventh Member of the Executive Committee shall be elected from among the students of Class XII.

GENERAL BODY MEETING

Annual General Body Meeting of the Association shall be held each year and the interval between any two meetings shall not exceed 18 months.  As per subsequent amendment, the meeting will be held on the Sunday nearest to Christmas in the month of December.

An extraordinary General Body Meeting of the Association may be held:           (a) When deemed necessary by the Executive Committee.      OR
(b) When requisitioned by not less than 30% of the total membership.

Notice of 60 days shall be given for all general meetings.

Amendment :- As the date of annual general body meeting is prefixed, no notice is required to be issued.

20% of the total membership or 50 members, whichever is less, shall form the quorum for the General Body Meetings.  In case a General Body or extraordinary General Body Meeting is postponed for want of quorum; at the next such meeting quorum will not be necessary.

Every member present shall have one vote.  Decision at the General Body Meeting will be taken by simple majority (except as provided under Article 13).  The Chairman will have the casting vote.

Members who are not able to attend the General Body or Extra-Ordinary General Body Meetings may communicate their views on the Agenda to the General Secretary for information of the members present and for discussion.

The proceedings of every meeting shall be recorded by the General Secretary in the book of proceedings of the Association and shall be signed by the Chairman of the meeting within a reasonable period in token of his having been satisfied of its correctness.

Notice of Resolutions proposed to be moved in the Annual General Body Meeting shall reach the Secretary General at least 50 days prior to the date of meeting.  The Secretary General then shall circulate copies of the proposed and admitted resolutions to all members sufficiently in advance of the meeting.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

The Executive Committee shall meet at least twice in a year.

A meeting of the Executive Committee may be called

(a)  by Secretary General/Executive Secretary when deemed necessary OR

(b)  when requisition is made by not less than 50% of the members of the Committee except the Chairman.

Ordinarily notice of 30 days shall be given for all meetings of the Executive Committee except for emergent purposes.

Seven members present shall form the quorum.

Decisions at the Executive Committee will be taken by simple majority, each member having one vote; the Chairman will have the casting vote.

ELECTIONS

Election of the Office bearers and other members of the Executive Committee shall be made at the Annual General Body Meting by the members present and voting subject to provisions of Article 3.5.  For the post of office-bearers all the paying members of the Association present at the Annual General Body Meeting will be entitled to vote and/or contest subject to the provisions of Articles 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.4 and 4.3.5.

No member shall hold more than one post in the Executive Committee at a time subject to the provisions of Article 4.3.5.

The Vice-Chairman shall act as Election Commissioner for conducting the election.

The Secretary General shall furnish the Election Commissioner with a list of eligible voters as on the date of election.  If, however, any member’s name is left out and/or brought to the notice of the Election Commissioner, he being so satisfied may include such names on the electoral list.

The Secretary General shall base his electoral list on the Register where each member attending the Annual General Body Meeting will enter the particulars under his signature and the Secretary General shall scrutinize for adherence to the provisions of Article 3.5.

Subject to the provisions of the Constitution the Election Commissioner shall have the right to frame such rules and fix up such programmes as may be necessary for him to conduct the election independently in a free and fair manner.  The election Commissioner shall submit his report on the conduct of the election in the General Body Meeting convened after the election.

DUTIES OF OFFICE BEARERS

The Chairman and Vice-Chairman:
The Chairman shall preside over all meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee preserve order, sign all minutes and shall be allowed to give the casting vote only.  The Chairman shall have power if necessary, to call special meeting of the Executive of General Body Meeting of the Association whenever necessary.  The Vice-Chairman shall function in place of the Chairman in his absence subject to the provisions of Article 6.3.

The Secretary General:
The Secretary General shall convene Executive Committee/General Body Meeting, will arrange to take minutes of all such meetings, conduct all correspondence, convene all meetings and exercise supervision of the affairs of the Association including its account.  He shall have power to engage, in consultation with the Chairman, subject to the approval, or confirmation of the Executive Committee assistance for organizational purposes.

The President and Vice-President:
The President shall help the Chairman in his work and shall co-ordinate the work of the Association under the guidance of the Chairman.  He shall also carry out all the duties of the Chairman in the absence of both the Chairman and Vice-Chairman.  The Vice-President shall function in place of the President in his absence.

The Executive Secretary:

The Executive Secretary shall help the Secretary General in his work and shall coordinate the work of the Association under the guidance of the Secretary General.  He shall also carry out all the duties of the Secretary General in his absence.  The Executive Secretary shall have powers to appoint servants of the Association in posts sanctioned by the General Body, to fine, suspend, remove, dismiss such servants as he may think fit, and to fix their duties.

The Joint/Assistant Secretary:
The Joint/Assistant Secretary/ies shall help the Executive Secretary in his work and co-ordinate the work of the Association in their respective field under the guidance of the Executive Secretary.

Treasurer/Assistant Treasurer:
The Treasurer shall be responsible for the General Funds of the Association.  He shall make payments towards all expenditure sanctioned by the authorized office-bearers/Executive Committee within the financial powers to be decided by the Executive Committee from time to time and shall also keep a correct account of receipt and expenditure.  He shall prepare a Balance Sheet annually showing clearly every item of receipt and expenditure.  He may be authorized by the Executive Committee of the Association for collection of voluntary donations from the members if the exigencies of the situation so require.  The Assistant Treasurer will help the Treasurer in collections, accounting etc. under his guidance.
It is intended that the Office-bearers and committee members should work as a close-knit team and share duties and responsibilities as would be decided from time to time by the Chairman/Executive Committee.

The financial powers for expenses out of the general Funds will be as under for the present :-

i)  Executive Secretary                        …..      Upto Rs.100/- in one transaction.
ii)  Secretary General                          …..      Upto Rs.200/- in one transaction.
iii)  Vice-Chairman                              …..      Upto Rs.300/- in one transaction.
iv)  Chairman                                        …..      Upto Rs.500/- in one transaction.
v)   General Body                                  …..      Any amount exceeding Rs.500/-.

Amendment:- Any amount of expenditure can be authorized by any two of the following.
President, Secretary General, Executive Secretary and Treasurer.  However, expenditure in one transaction above Rs.10,000/- shall be ratified by the Executive Committee.

When the exigencies of the situation so require, the Executive Committee of the Association may authorize the Secretary General/Executive Secretary to call for voluntary donations from its members.

GENERAL FUND
The General Fund of the Association shall consist of the subscription from the members, donations, borrowings etc.
They shall be deposited in account/s with Banks, institutions, Societies etc. in the name of the Association. The accounts so opened with Bank under Article 8.2 may be operated by any two of the following, out of whom one must be Executive Secretary.

  • Chairman
  • General Secretary
  • President
  • Executive Secretary

  • The Executive Committee’s authorization for the purpose will be furnished to the concerned Bank/s immediately after each election.  The Executive Committee shall reserve the right to withdraw such authorization as and when felt necessary.  The Executive Secretary or member of the Executive Committee authorized by the Committee shall not keep more than Rs.500/- with him for current expenses.

    OBJECTS OF WHICH THE GENERAL FUNDS CAN BE EXPANDED.
    Subject to the provisions of Article 14 the General Funds of the Association shall not be spent on any object other than the following :-
    1. Meeting expenses.
    2. Establishment charges.
    3. Correspondences.
    4. Any other purpose specifically approved by the Executive Committee provided the same is in consonance with Article 2.
    5. Any purpose specifically approved in the Annual General Body Meeting or in an Extra Ordinary General Body Meeting.

    AUDIT

    The annual accounts of the Association shall be audited by an Auditor nominated for the purpose by the Executive Committee annually.  The audited accounts shall be placed before the General Body Meeting for due ratification.
    The auditor shall be nominated amongst the members of the Association in the first Executive Committee Meeting of each calendar year and the auditor so nominated shall not be a Member or Office Bearer of the Executive Committee.

    REGISTER OF MEMBERS
    The Association shall keep a register of its members containing their names, address and particulars of their family profession etc.

    The Register shall be kept open for inspection by any member/s of the Association at the office of the Association during office hours.

    INSPECTION OF BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS
    The Books of accounts of the Association shall be open to the inspection of any members at the Office of the Association during working hours.

    AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION

    The constitution may be amended, altered, replaced, rescinded or added to at any time by two-thirds majority of the members present at General Body Meetings provided previous notice of at least 60 days is given to the members of the proposed alterations.

    DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION

    The Association shall not be dissolved except by the vote of majority of two thirds members present at a General Body Meeting called for the purpose.

    The funds of the Association after meeting all the liabilities shall be disposed of in accordance with the decisions arrived at the Dissolution Meeting.
     
     
    1. Northern Zone Comprising Delhi and the States of Punjab,
    Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir,
    Himachal Pradesh.
    2. Western Zone Comprising the States of Rajasthan, Gujarat,
    Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh.
    3. North-East Zone Comprising the States of Uttar Pradesh,
    Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam,
    Nagaland, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur,
    Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram.
    4. Eastern Zone (N) Comprising of Northern districts of Orissa,
    Viz. Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Balasore,
    Mayurbhanj, Sambalpur, Sundergarh,
    Bolangir.
    5. Eastern Zone (S) Comprising of Southern districts of Orissa,
    Viz. Puri, Ganjam, Koraput, Kalahandi,
    Phulbani, Boudh Kandhamala.
    6. Southern Zone Comprising the State of Andhra Pradesh,
    Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala.
     

    ACADEMIC TOPPERS OF SAINIK SCHOOL, BGHUBANESWAR

    Sl. No.

    School No.

    Name

    Year

    1.

    154

    Pradipta Patanaik

    1969

    2.

    348

    Sushil Kumar Das

    1970

    3.

    560

    Pratap K. Rath

    1972

    4.

    415

    Santunu K. Das

    1973

    5.

    640

    Aniruddha Nath

    1974

    6.

    682

    Basanta K. Dash

    1975

    7.

    838

    Ashok K. Samal

    1977

    8.

    1029

    Nikunja K. Sundaray

    1978

    9.

    1150

    P.M. Pattnayak

    1979

    10.

    916

    N.C. Sahoo

    1979

    11.

    1261

    Dilip K. Pradhan

    1980

    12.

    1345

    Prabir N. Mohapatra

    1981

    13.

    1433

    D. Amaresh

    1982

    14.

    1547

    S.R. Mohanty

    1983

    15.

    1556

    Dilip K. Patro

    1984

    16.

    1748

    Dhaneswar Mohanta

    1985

    17.

    1828

    G.A. Jiliani

    1986

    18.

    2024

    Debendra K. Nanda

    1987

    19.

    2081

    Chitaranjan Jena

    1988

    20.

    2196

    Tapas K. Mishra

    1989

    21.

    2362

    A.K. Das

    1990

    22.

    2411

    D.K. Sahu

    1991

    23.

    2510

    P.C. Mall

    1992

    24.

    2715

    S.G. Mohapatra

    1993

    25.

    2783

    Sukanta Garai

    1994

    26.

    2896

    S. Ray

    1995

    27.

    2918

    G. Nayak

    1996

    28.

    3022

    S.K. Mishra

    1997

    29.

    3188

    N. Mohanty

    1998

    30.

    3317

    S.K. Singh

    1999

    31.

    3547

    G.D. Panda

    2000

    32.

    3303

    S.K. Sahoo

    2001

    33.

    3433

    B. Narendra

    2002

    34.

    3647

    Atul Kumar Singh

    2003

    35.

    3714

    Jignyanshu Mohanty

    2004

    36.

    3889

    S.K. Sundara

    2005

    37.

    4537

    Varun Das

    2006

    38.

    4219

    Raj Kumar Mahato

    2007

    39.

     

    Samir Ku. Singh

    2008

    40.

    4917

    Sudesh Prasad

    2009