MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION

1. The name of the Association is "LIGA MEDICORUM HOMOEOPATHICA INTERNATIONALIS ASSOCIATION (Indian chapter)".

2. The registered office of the Association is situated at A-51 NDSE, PART-1 NEW DELHI-110049, in the Union Territory of Delhi.

3. The aims and objects for which the Association is established are:

  • (i) To promote overall sustainable development of Homoeopathy in India and outside India.
  • (ii) To keep in contact with the International body of Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis and other national and international homoeopathic organizations to encourage members to take an active and abiding interest in the work and progress of Homoeopathy in keeping with its ideals.
  • (iii) To undertake and organize social and cultural activities, like conferences and seminars, for the development and promotion of Homoeopathy in India and abroad.
  • (iv) To arrange, promote, organize and/or stage dramas and dances, ballets, music-recitals, social rendezvous, fetes, balls, concerts, lectures, sports, exhibitions and films etc., and such other cultural and social programmes as may be decided by the Executive Committee from time to time.
  • (v) To organize academic activities, continued medical education programmes, seminars, workshops etc
  • (vi) To undertake and organize activities of a Charitable and other similar nature.
  • (vii) To organize and establish Scholarship Fund or Funds to help any needy and deserving student and/or doctor.
  • (viii) To undertake, organize or promote such other activities which may be approved by the members and the Executive Committee, particularly activities with civic or charitable and such other similar objectives.
  • (ix) To exchange information with other institutions, associations and societies interested in the objects similar to those of the association.
  • (x) To prepare, print, publish and exhibit any paper, posters, pamphlets, periodicals and books for the furtherance of the objects of the association and contribute to such literature.
  • (xi) To invest and deal with the funds and moneys of the Association.
  • (xii) To construct, maintain, alter, improve or develop any buildings or works necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Association.
  • (xiii) To do all such other lawful things as are conducive or incidental to the attainment of the above objects.
  • (xiv) To frame rules and regulations for day-to-day execution of society activities and to amend the memorandum of association from time-to-time, if necessary.

4. The names, addresses and designations of the present members of the Executive Committee to whom the management of the affairs of the Association is entrusted (as required under section 2 of the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860) (Punjab Amendment) Act, 1957, as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi, are as under:

S. No.  Names of Executive Committee member

 Designation

  Address

1. Dr. S.P.S BAKSHI  President  A-51, SOUTH EXTENSION PART 1, NEW DELHI
2. Dr. RAMJEE SINGH  Vice-president  ASHOK NAGAR, ROAD NO.4, KAKER BAGH, PATNA-20
3. Dr. SANDEEP KAILA  Secretary  C-2/48 JANAK PURI, NEW DELHI-58
4. Dr. MAN SINGH  Treasurer  44/2D SECTOR II, D.I.Z AREA, GOLE MARKET, NEW DELHI
5. DR.K.K.JUNEJA  Joint Secretary  F-21, PREET VIHAR, NEW DELHI-92
6. DR.R.K.MANCHANDA  Ex-officio member  B-157, SECTOR 41, NOIDA, DISTT. GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR, U.P-201303
7. DR. ALOK PAREEK  Member  PAREEK HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE,4/11 BAGH FARZANA, CIVIL LINES, AGRA, U.P
8.  DR. J.D. DARYANI  Member C-6/101, KAMAL APARTMENTS NO.2, BANI PARK, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN
9.  DR.A.K.SETH  Member  B2/11, VASANT VIHAR, NEW DELHI
10.  DR.ARUN BHASME  Member  84, CHANAKYA PURI, BEED (M.S.) 431122
12. DR. M.K. SAHNI  Member  SHIV PURI, PATNA-800023
13.  DR. KAMAL PURI  Member  B-2/3 DLF PHASE II, GURGAON
14.  DR. M.A.RAO  Member  FLAT NO.35, TYPE-5, CPWD QUARTERS, SEMINARY HILLS, NAGPUR
15.  DR. S. M. SINGH  Member  CORPORATION FLAT 1, ALOPI BAGH, ALLAHABAD, U.P.
15.   MR. NISHANT JAIN  Member  E41F, KHUSHKERA RIICO IND. AREA, DIST. ALWAR, RAJ.

5. We, the several persons, whose names and addresses are given below, having associated ourselves for the purpose described in this Memorandum of Association, do hereby subscribe our names to this Memorandum of Association and set our several hands hereunto and form ourselves into a Society under the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 (Punjab Amendment) Act, 1957, as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi. We in future to be termed as Founder members.

S. No. Names of the Founder Member Occupation & address
1. DR. S.P.S BAKSHI A-51, SOUTH EXTENSION PART 1, NEW DELHI. DOCTOR & CMD, BAKSON DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS PVT. LTD.
2. DR.RAMJEE SINGH ASHOK NAGAR, ROAD NO.4, KAKER BAGH, PATNA-20. DOCTOR & PRESIDENT, CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR HOMOEOPATHY, INDIA
3. DR. ALOK PAREEK PAREEK HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE,4/11 BAGH FARZANA, CIVIL LINES, AGRA, U.P,DOCTOR
4. DR. ARUN BHASME 84, CHANAKYA PURI, BEED (M.S.) 431122, DOCTOR & VICE PRESIDENT, CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR HOMOEOPATHY, INDIA
5. DR.K.K.JUNEJA F-21, PREET VIHAR, NEW DELHI-92, DOCTOR & CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE, DELHI
6. DR. A.K.SETH B-2/11, VASANT VIHAR, NEW DELHI, DOCTOR
7. DR.JAIRAM DAS DARYANI C-6/101, KAMAL APARTMENTS NO.2, BANI PARK, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, DOCTOR
8. DR.S.M.SINGH CORPORATION FLAT 1, ALOPI BAGH, ALLAHABAD, U.P., DOCTOR
9. DR. R. K. MANCHANDA B-157,SECTOR 41, NOIDA, DISTT. GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR, U.P-201303, DEPUTY DIRECTOR(HOMOEOPATHY), GOVT. OF DELHI
10. DR. SANDEEP KAILA C-2/ 48 JANAK PURI, NEW DELHI, DOCTOR
11. DR. KAMAL PURI B2/3 DLF PHASE II, GURGAON, DOCTOR.
12. MR. KULDEEP JAIN B-92, SWASTHYA VIHAR,NEW DELHI-92
13. DR JAYESHKUMAR PATEL 71/A, ASHOK NAGAR, SOC-4, RACE COURSE CIRCLE, BARODA, GUJRAT
14. DR. NARAYAN DEBNATH KUSHAL NAGAR, P.O.- KAILORGAON, DIST NAGAON, ASSAM PIN-782002

LIGA MEDICORUM HOMOEOPATHICA INTERNATIONALIS ASSOCIATION (Indian chapter) RULES   REGULATIONS

1. NAME OF THE ASSOCIATION LIGA MEDICORUM HOMOEOPATHICA INTERNATIONALIS ASSOCIATION (INDIAN CHAPTER). In short to be named as LMHI (Indian Chapter)

2. ADDRESS A-51 NDSE, PART-1 NEW DELHI-110049.

3. DEFINITIONS In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires:-
"The Association" means ‘LIGA MEDICORUM HOMOEOPATHICA INTERNATIONALIS ASSOCIATION( INDIAN CHAPTER)’
"The General Assembly" means the General Assembly of the Association.
"The Executive Committee" means the Executive Committee of the Association.
"Annual General Meeting" means the meeting of the General Assembly.
"LIGIANS" means any Homoeopathic doctor who fulfils the qualifications in these rules or is admitted as such under these rules.
"LIGIAN Member" means a LIGIAN who is admitted as such on payment of subscription under these rules.

4. PATRONS The Association may have patron or patrons who on recommendation of the Executive Committee, are approved by the General Assembly, provided that a patron shall always be recommended out of the LIGIAN Members or from Honorary LIGIANS of the Association.

5. MEMBERSHIP In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires:-
“Ligians/ Individual Full members”: All doctors, who had successfully completed the DHMS or BHMS course are eligible.
“Associate Ligian Members”: All the persons who are keen to uplift Homoepathty and contribute to Homoeopathy, such as scientists, researchers, authors, pharmacists, industrialists, dentist and veterinary doctors may become associate members of the association.
Honorary Ligians: The Association in the General Assembly on the recommendations of the Executive Committee may nominate any member, any person connected with Association, who is likely to promote the interests of the Association, as Honorary Ligian. The Honorary Ligians do not possess the right to vote in association matters.
“Institutional Members”: The existing Homoeopathic associations can also become member of this association as an institution. The members of such institutions shall become members of this association after the payment of required fee. Their voting rights will be individual.
Fee: All members, irrespective of being Individual full members or Associate members or Institutional members or Honorary members, can be members for One year by virtue of payment of membership fee of Rs.500/- (FIVE hundred only) OR they can become life members by paying one time fee of Rs.5000/-(FIVE Thousand only)
Removal from Membership: Under following conditions the membership of any Ligian member may be withdrawn. Any person:

  • a). Who is a un discharged insolvent
  • b). Who has been adjudged to be of unsound mind by a competent court
  • c). Who has been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude which in the opinion of the Disciplinary committee renders him unfit to be a Ligian member.
  • d) Who has performed act(s) that may be contrary to the objectives and interests of the association or are politically motivated.
  • e). Whose name has been removed from the State register of homoeopathy.
  • The membership shall be terminated by the disciplinary committee that shall consist of patron(s), president, Secretary of the association and any three senior members to be decided by the Executive

6. ORGANISATION The following shall be the authorities of the Association:
(a) The General Assembly. (b) The Executive Committee

7. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

  • (a). The General Assembly shall consist of all the Ligian members and the quorum of the Annual general meeting shall consist of 30% of total members or 50 Ligian members, whichever is less.
  • (b). The General Assembly shall consider the report of the past years' activities, approval of accounts, election of members of the Executive Committee, appointment of auditors, approval of decision/action taken by Executive Committee and any other matter on the agenda.
  • (c). The General Assembly shall have an Annual General Meeting once in a year on a day fixed by the Executive Committee but not later than 6 months of the close of the financial year of the Association for which at least 2 weeks’ notice shall be intimated by the Secretary.
  • (d). The Secretary shall, upon being requested by the Executive Committee or by at least 50% of the members of the Association, call an Extra ordinary Meeting of the General Assembly for which at least 2 weeks’ notice along with agenda shall be intimated to all the Ligian members by the Secretary.
  • (e). All the resolutions put to vote at the General Assembly shall be decided by a majority vote (unless otherwise provided) on a show of hands. In case of equality of votes, the President shall have the casting vote. (if required secret ballot system can be adopted)
  • (f). All the income, earnings, moveable, immovable properties or the society shall be solely utilized and applied towards the aims and objects only as set forth in the memorandum of association and no profit as thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way or dividends, bonus, profits or in any manner whatsoever to the present or the past members of the society or to any person claiming through anyone or more of the present or the past members. No member of the society shall have any person claim on any moveable or immoveable properties of the society or make any profits whatsoever by virtue of this membership 

8. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

  • 8.1 STRENGTH:- The strength of executive committee (including office bearers and executive
  • member) shall not be less than 7 and not more than 21.
  • 8.2. TERM:- The term of every executive committee shall be Five Years.
  • 8.3. NOTICE:- minimum 7 days notice shall be required for executive committee meeting.
  • 8.4. QUORUM:- quorum of every executive committee meeting shall be 2/3rd (two third) of the total strength of the executive committee (including office bearers and executive member).
  • 8.4.1.MEETING:- Executive committee meeting of the Society shall be held as and when the executive committee of Society may decide from time to time.
  • 8.4.2.URGENT MEETING:- The urgent executive committee meeting may be called by the 24 hour notice but the quorum for the same urgent executive committee meeting shall be 2/3rd (two third) of the total strength of the executive committee of the Society. 

9. FUNCTIONS & POWERS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE :
Executive Committee shall be responsible for the management and administration of all affairs of the Society, and is also authorized to appoint any office bearer/executive member to look after any particular activity or to represent association at any national or international level/ organization/association.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL HAVE ALSO THE FOLLOWING POWERS:

  • (a) To take necessary steps for the implementation of all the programs and policies drawn by the general body.
  • (b) To pass the necessary expenditure to meet the day to day requirements of the Society.
  • (c) To take decisions on applications for new membership.
  • (d) To prepare plans, projects and programs.
  • (e) To manage the affairs of the Society and to keep control over the property of the Society and all its assets.
  • (f) To invest the funds of the Society not immediately required in such a manner as may be determined by the governing body.
  • (g) To send representative(s) to any exhibitions or contests and training etc. within or outside India.
  • (h) To appoint returning officer and his/her powers to complete election process.
  • (i) To appoint the patron(s) of the Society.
  • (j) To arrange and receive the loan from any bank(s) or from any other legal entity or individual(s) on reasonable terms and conditions, the governing body as a whole shall be liable for its return.
  • (k) To accept donations, grants, gifts, contributions, subscriptions, and endowments.
  • (l) To establish and collect funds and accept donations in cash or in kind and to utilize the same and the income there, from for the purpose of Society.
  • (m) To receive money, securities, instruments and or any other movable property for and on behalf of Society.
  • (n) To enter into agreement for and on behalf of Society.
  • (o) To take all such other legal steps this may appear beneficial for smooth/better management of Society.

10. COMPOSITION OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
The composition of the EXECUTIVE committee (office bearers and executive members) shall be as under:

  • (a) PRESIDENT ………………… ONE
  • (b) VICE PRESIDENT ………………… ONE
  • (c) SECRETARY ……………….. ONE
  • (d) JOINT SECRETARY ……………….. ONE
  • (e) TREASURER ………………… ONE
  • (f) EXECUTIVE MEMBERS, from Minimum 02 to Maximum 16

11. POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICE BEARERS:
11.1. PRESIDENT:President shall control and supervise the executive committee of the Society, have the power to make general directions and management of the affairs relating to the Society. The President of the Society shall also enjoy the following powers and duties:-
  • (a) President shall summon and preside over all the executive committee and general assembly meetings of Society.
  • (b) President shall have power to call any emergent meeting by short notice.
  • (c) President shall have the power to allow inclusion of any subject/matter in the agenda for the discussion in the course of proceeding/meeting.
  • (d) At the time of voting on any matter/subject (except election), if the total votes of the groups of members happen to be equal in number, the President has the power to cast an extra vote to decide the matter/subject.
  • (e) In the course of any proceeding or meeting of the executive committee or the general assembly, the decision of the President shall be considered as final (in case of dispute as to the meaning or interpretation or any rule).
  • (f) In case it is necessary to decide any point/matter/issue urgently and there is no time to call the executive committee meeting, the President have the power to decide the point/issue/matter, but he/she shall bring the matter to the notice of the executive meeting as early as it is possible.
  • (g) President will sign all the papers/letters, on behalf of the Society, to conduct its correspondences.
  • (h) To appoint/terminate such staff as may be required for effective & efficient management of the affairs of the Society, and fix their remuneration.
  • (i) In the event of any office bearer(s) seat falling vacant, the powers and functions of that office bearer/executive member would vest in the President.
  • (j) President will get the accounts of the Society audited by the qualified auditor, appointed by the executive committee of the Society.
11.2. VICE PRESIDENT: The Vice-president of the society shall enjoy all the powers of the president in his /her absence
11.3. SECRETARY:
  • (a) Secretary will summon and attend the meeting of the executive committee and general assembly.
  • (b) Secretary will prepare the Membership Register as well as the proceeding register to record the minutes of the proceedings of the executive committee meetings and the general assembly meetings and have them duly signed by the members who attend the meetings.
  • (c) Secretary will sign all the papers/letters, on behalf of the Society, to conduct its correspondences.

11.4. JOINT SECRETARY(S): Joint Secretary shall enjoy all the powers of the Secretary in his/her absence.
11.5. TREASURER:

  • (a) All the funds of Society shall remain under the care and management of treasurer of the Society.
  • (b) Treasurer shall maintain the accounts of all money, which is received and/or paid by him/her on behalf of the Society.
  • (c) Treasurer shall produce all the accounts-book in every executive committee meeting.
  • (d) The Treasurer will ordinarily hold a cash balance not exceeding Rs. 5,000/- (or the amount which may be fixed by the executive committee of the Society from time to time) to meet the emergent needs relating to the Society.
  • (e) All the cash excess of the above amount (or the amount fixed by the executive committee) shall be deposited in any nationalized bank/banks, selected by the executive committee of the Society.
11.6. EXECUTIVE MEMBER: Executive member is the important part of the executive committee. Executive member is supposed to attend all the executive committee meetings and also the general assembly meetings of the Society.

12. ELECTION:
The general assembly in its annual meeting will elect all office bearers and also the executive members of the executive committee, after every Five Years by secret ballot papers or by show of hands as the election officer may decide. The Election officer will be appointed by the executive committee. The powers of Election officer shall also be framed by the executive committee of the Society.
12.1. RE-MEMBERSHIP:
In case, any members of the Society is expelled by the executive committee on the reason of non-payment of the subscription, he can be re-admitted the member concerned pays all up to date dues with the permission of the executive committee.
12.2. FILLING UP OF CASUAL VACANCIES:
Any casual vacancy, amongst office bearers & executive members of executive committee, shall be filled by the resolution passed by the governing body. Such appointment (s) shall be confirmed by the general assembly
12.3. SUB-COMMITTEES:

  • a) The executive committee may appoint sub-committee(s) as and when it considers expedient to assist in the furtherance and achievement of the objectives of the Society. The executive committee may at any time dissolve any such committee.
  • b) The sub-committees shall have such powers as may be delegated to them by the executive committee.
  • c) Any power delegated to such committees may be with drawn by executive committee at any time (without any notice)
12.4. BRANCHES:
executive committee, in its meeting, shall from the branches and/or the sub-committees (all over India) to attain the aims and objects of the society.

13. BYE LAWS
The Executive Committee shall have the power to make the bye-laws which will come into force immediately subject to ratification by the General Assembly.

14. FINANCE:
14.1. SOURCES OF INCOME:
All the income of the Society (received from all sources) shall be utilized only for the promotion and upliftment of the aims and object of the Society. Sources of income of the Society are as under:
(a) Membership fee and subscription from the members of the Society,
(b) Donations and special contributions…and
(c) Funds generated by any other resources as decided by the executive committee.
14.2. FINANCIAL YEAR:
Financial year of Society shall be from the 1st. day of April to 31st. march, every year.
14.3. MANAGEMENT OF FUNDS & ACCOUNTS OPERATION:
The entire amount shall be kept in any nationalized, multi- National bank, scheduled and/or co-operative bank(s). Bank accounts shall be operated by joint signatures of any two-office bearers by PRESIDENT, SECRETARY and TREASURER.
14.4. AUDIT:
Accounts of Society shall be audited by qualified auditor (chartered accountant) every year.
14.5. ANNUAL LIST OF GOVERNING BODY:
Once in every year a list of the office-bearers and the executive members (of the executive committee) shall be filed in the office of the registrar of societies (Delhi), as it is required under sec.4 of “SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT, OF 1860”, as applicable to national capital territory of Delhi.

15. ADVISORY BOARD:
The governing body is authorized to appoint/nominate, any time, the advisory board to sole any matter/issue. The governing body of the Society can nominate any office bearer/executive member as the President of this kind of advisory board.

16. AMENDMENTS
The Rules and Regulations of the Association may be amended by a two third majority of those Ligian members present and voting in any meeting of the General Assembly. The proposal to amend the rules and regulations of the Association shall be at the instance of the Executive Committee or on the signed requisition by at least 50% of the Ligian Members. Notices of the proposed amendments at the instance of the requisitionist shall be furnished to the Secretary at least 30 days before the meeting at which it is proposed to consider them. The notice of such amendments shall be sent by post or by Advertisement in a newspaper at least 2 weeks before the Meeting. Provided that the procedure to alter, extend or abridge any of its objects (within the meaning of the Act) as given in the Memorandum of Association shall be as laid down under section 12 of the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 (Punjab Amendment) Act, 1957, as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi.

17. INCOME AND PROPERTY
The income and property of the association, however derived shall be applied towards the promotion of the objects thereof as set forth in the memorandum. No portion of the income and property of the association shall be paid or transferred, directly or indirectly, by way of dividends, bonus or otherwise howsoever, by way of profit, to the persons who at any of them provided that nothing therein contained shall prevent the payment in good faith of remuneration to any member thereof or other person in return for any service rendered to the association or for traveling allowance, halting allowances or other similar charges irrespective of caste, creed, religion, sex etc.

18. LEGAL PROCEEDINGS
The Association may sue or be sued in the name of President as per provisions laid down under section 6 of the Societies Registration Act 1860 as applicable to Union Territory of Delhi. All the cases of dispute shall be settled under the jurisdiction of Delhi Court only.

19. DISSOLUTION
In the event of dissolution of the Association, the procedure laid down in Section 13 and 14 of the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 (Punjab Amendment) Act, 1957, as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi, shall apply.

20. APPLICATION OF THE ACT:
All the provisions under all the sections of “SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT, OF 1860”, as applicable to national capital territory of Delhi, shall be applicable to this Society.

21. ESSENTIAL CERTIFICATE:
We, the undersigned office bearers of the Executive Committee of the LIGA MEDICORUM HOMOEOPATHICA INTERNATIONALIS ASSOCIATION (INDIA CHAPTER) do hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the Rules and Regulations of the said Association.

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