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Constitution of IRIA Kerala St

THE CONSTITUTION

OF

KERALA CHAPTER

OF

INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION


MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION


1. NAME

(1) The name of the Society shall be KERALA CHAPTER OF INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION, hereinafter called the State Chapter.

(2) The Kerala Chapter is affiliated with ‘Indian Radiological & Imaging Association’, hereafter referred to as IRIA, which shall be the advisory body of different state chapters.

(3) The Office of the Kerala Chapter shall have Registered Office at Kochi and Administrative Office at the Office of the Secretary.

(4) Area of operation: Kerala Chapter of Radiology and Imaging will have its activities only within the State of Kerala.

2. AIMS AND OBJECTS

The Association shall function as per No.12 of 1955 Travancore-Cochin Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act, this Association shall function as a itable organisation with the under mentioned aims and objectives. The profit or balance generated from the activities of the association shall neither be shared nor distributed amongst the members.

(1) The Association shall function to promote the study, teaching and practice of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities.

(2) (a)To assist Government and non-governmental agencies in all matters pertaining to the above mentioned areas.

(b) To propagate, impart and adopt methods for community welfare, through its members and branches.

(c) To protect and preserve the acceptable interests of the members.


3. METHODS

For the attainment of the above said “AIMS AND OBJECTS, the Kerala Chapter may:

(1) Hold periodical meetings, CME programs and conferences on Radiological & Imaging Science.

(2) Arrange from time to time Conferences, lectures, discussions and Workshops on any aspect of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities

(3) Maintain a library, Radiology Museum and an Association Office. Collect Historical records and preserve these in a library.

(4) Encourage research in Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities, with grants out of the funds of the Association or from donations received.

(5) Purchase, take lease of, or otherwise acquire, hold, manage, let, sell, exchange, mortgage or otherwise dispose movable or immovable property of every description and all rights or privileges necessary or convenient for the purpose of the Association and in particular any land, building, furniture, household or other effects, conveyance and accommodation and when deemed necessary or desirable in the interest of the Association, sell, demise, let, hire out, mortgage, transfer or otherwise dispose the same in accordance with the provisions of The Travancore-Cochin Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act 12 of 1955 or as amended from time to time.

(6) To acquire, construct, improve or alter and maintain building or buildings on behalf of and for the Association.

(7) To accept endowments and grants from the national or international, official or nonofficial, sponsored by the government or other charitable or similar institutions, foundations, etc. or from individuals to advance the aims and objectives and purposes of the Association subject to prevailing Govt. regulations.

(8) To borrow or raise money, collect subscriptions, donations for the Association in such a manner as the Association may deem fit and legally valid.

(9) To invest any money of the Association or proceeds from the movable and/or immovable properties of the Association if not immediately required by the Association, and to withdraw the same in the manner provided by law of the nation.

(10) To create or assist in creating City Chapters for any of the purposes aforesaid for the aims & objects for which the Kerala Chapter stands.

(11) To do all such other things as are cognate to the objectives of the Association or are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

(12) To start educational Institutions, if necessary, for teaching and practice of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities

(13) In case of a dispute between the member and the Association, the matter will be submitted to a Sub-Committee appointed by the President of the Kerala Chapter. The decision of the Sub-Committee shall be subject to ratification by the State Chapter Headquarters through the General Body Meeting.

The matter requiring the decision of the IRIA may be referred to the IRIA (Central).

(14) The Kerala Kerala Chapter shall be affiliated wholly to the Indian Radiological & Imaging Association and the decision of IRIA General Body Meeting (central) shall be ratified by the General body of Kerala Chapter before acceptance.

The following persons shall be members of the first governing body of the Association:-


Sl. Name & Address Occupation Description No.



1. Dr. Madavan Unni, Radiologist, President. aged years, KIMS,

S/o. Mr. Thiruvananthapuram.

52A, Supriya, YGRA,

Kavu Road, Kuravankonem,

Kowdiar.P.O., TVM-695003.

2. Dr. Pradeep.S., Radiologist, Secretary & aged years, KIMS, Treasurer. S/o. Mr.Sarasom, Thiruvananthapuram.

T.C.27/457, Thara 192,

Kunnukuzhi,

Vanchiyoor.P.O.,TVM.695035.

3. Dr. Balachandran Nair.M.R., Radiologist, Member

aged years, Institute of Radiology

S/o. Mr. and Imaging Sciences

32/1153, Rohini, Pvt. Ltd., Kadavanthra,

Nettayikodath Road, Cochin-20.

Palarivattom, Kochi-25.

4. Dr. Amel Antony, Radiologist, Member.

aged 42 years, Institute of

S/o. Mr. P. V. Antony. Radiology and

39/3784, Parackal, Imaging

Manikath Cross Road, Sciences

Ravipuram. Pvt. Ltd.,

Kadavanthra,

Kochi-20.


5. Dr. Eapen Joseph, Radiologist, Member.

aged 55 years, Professor of

THE CONSTITUTION

OF

KERALA CHAPTER

OF

INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION


MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION


1. NAME

(1) The name of the Society shall be KERALA CHAPTER OF INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION, hereinafter called the State Chapter.

(2) The Kerala Chapter is affiliated with ‘Indian Radiological & Imaging Association’, hereafter referred to as IRIA, which shall be the advisory body of different state chapters.

(3) The Office of the Kerala Chapter shall have Registered Office at Kochi and Administrative Office at the Office of the Secretary.

(4) Area of operation: Kerala Chapter of Radiology and Imaging will have its activities only within the State of Kerala.

2. AIMS AND OBJECTS

The Association shall function as per No.12 of 1955 Travancore-Cochin Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act, this Association shall function as a non-profitable organisation with the under mentioned aims and objectives. The profit or balance generated from the activities of the association shall neither be shared nor distributed amongst the members.

(1) The Association shall function to promote the study, teaching and practice of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities.

(2) (a) To assist Government and non-governmental agencies in all matters pertaining to the above mentioned areas.

(b) To propagate, impart and adopt methods for community welfare, through its members and branches.

(c) To protect and preserve the acceptable interests of the members.

3. METHODS

For the attainment of the above said “AIMS AND OBJECTS, the Kerala Chapter may:

(1) Hold periodical meetings, CME programs and conferences on Radio logical & Imaging Science.

(2) Arrange from time to time Conferences, lectures, discussions and Workshops on any aspect of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities

(3) Maintain a library, Radiology Museum and an Association Office. Collect Historical records and preserve these in a library.

(4) Encourage research in Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities, with grants out of the funds of the Association or from donations received.

(5) Purchase, take lease of, or otherwise acquire, hold, manage, let, sell, exchange, mortgage or otherwise dispose movable or immovable property of every description and all rights or privileges necessary or convenient for the purpose of the Association and in particular any land, building, furniture, household or other effects, conveyance and accommodation and when deemed necessary or desirable in the interest of the Association, sell, demise, let, hire out, mortgage, transfer or otherwise dispose the same in accordance with the provisions of The Travancore-Cochin Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act 12 of 1955 or as amended from time to time.

(6) To acquire, construct, improve or alter and maintain building or buildings on behalf of and for the Association.

(7) To accept endowments and grants from the national or international, official or nonofficial, sponsored by the government or other charitable or similar institutions, foundations, etc. or from individuals to advance the aims and objectives and purposes of the Association subject to prevailing Govt. regulations.

(8) To borrow or raise money, collect subscriptions, donations for the Association in such a manner as the Association may deem fit and legally valid.

(9) To invest any money of the Association or proceeds from the movable and/or immovable properties of the Association if not immediately required by the Association, and to withdraw the same in the manner provided by law of the nation.

(10) To create or assist in creating City Chapters for any of the purposes aforesaid for the aims & objects for which the State Chapter stands.

(11) To do all such other things as are cognate to the objectives of the Association or are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

(12) To start educational Institutions, if necessary, for teaching and practice of Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities

(13) In case of a dispute between the member and the Association, the matter will be submitted to a Sub-Committee appointed by the President of the Kerala Chapter. The decision of the Sub-Committee shall be sub ject to ratification by the Kerala Chapter Headquarters through the General Body Meeting. The matter requiring the decision of the IRIA may be referred to the IRIA (Central)

(14) The Kerala Chapter shall be affiliated wholly to the Indian Radiological & Imaging Association and the decision of IRIA General Body Meeting (central) shall be ratified by the General body of Kerala Chapter before acceptance.

4. GENERAL

(1) The Association shall consist of members whose names are currently on the Register of the members of the Kerala Chapter and of subsequent members, who shall be those persons who, being eligible, be duly enrolled in such a manner and upon such conditions as may be amended from time to time.

(2) The Kerala Chapter shall function as independent entity in respect of financial matters and shall file Kerala Chapter Income Tax Returns and comply with requirements of prevailing Income Tax Laws of the State and inform the IRIA Headquarters periodically and when asked for details.

5. REGISTER OF MEMBERS

There shall be a register in which the names of all the members of the Kerala Chapter shall be entered with their qualifications, addresses and bio-data provided by the members. The photograph, copy of educational qualifications and registration certificates from medical council, of the individual members will also be obtained and retained in the records of the Office of the Kerala Chapter. Records shall be updated from time to time.

6. ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF STATE CHAPTER

(1) An Annual conference of Kerala Chapter shall be organised every year or as the General Body of the State Chapter decides. The City Chapters or individual members of the Kerala Chapter shall have the privileges of inviting the Conference. The place and the time of the Conference shall be decided at the Annual General Body Meeting in advance. The Annual Conference will be stated as the 3rd Sunday of November Annual Conference of Kerala Chapter of IRIA, and nomenclature shall not be changed.

(2) A formal invitation for the next Annual Conference must come to Office one month before the coming Annual conference and it must be signed by 5 members of the State / City Chapter.

(3) No City Chapter/ individuals will be allowed to host annual conference if the accounts of the previous conference, if any, hosted by it/them, is not submitted.

(4) If the annual conference is allotted to a City Chapter/ individuals and if for some reasons, they are unable to hold the conference, such a Chapter/ individuals will be debarred from contesting for next 2 years and they will be considered as incapable of holding annual conference.

7. RECORDS OF KERALA CHAPTER

All records as regards the membership, attendance at the meetings, minutes of the General Body and State council meetings, subscriptions, receipt books, vouchers and challans, cash books, ledger bank documents including FDRs, etc. and also accounts and balance sheet shall be maintained properly and kept in the safe custody by the Kerala Chapter Secretary or the Treasurer as prescribed.

8. DONATIONS

All donations made to the Association may be exempted under Section 15B of the Income Tax Act, 1922 and corresponding provision of Section 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961 (subject to the limits and conditions prescribed in the said section), from payment of income tax provided such

donations are made to IRIA Headquarters (Kerala). The application for getting this sanction for the Kerala Chapter shall be made by the Secretary to the authorities concerned each year or as required under the said act.

9. MEMBERS

Members shall be the following two categories

(A) Kerala Chapter Members:

Every candidate for membership as Life, Annual, Provisional Life and Student Members of the State Chapter, shall fill up both a membership application form and a declaration or, both in duplicate (one copy to be retained by the Kerala Chapter) in the manner prescribed by the Kerala Chapter and forward it to the Chapter Secretary along with the required subscription and copy of degree/diploma certificates. The Secretary of Kerala Chapter shall consider the application and submit it with the declaration form with its recommendation to the IRIA Headquarters (Central), for information along with the required subscription within a month of the receipt of the application form. The application and the declaration form shall be filed as documents of the Kerala Chapter.

(B) Direct Members:

Kerala Chapter will not enrol Defence & Central Services Officers. No Kerala Chapter will enrol members of direct category through Kerala Chapter. Direct member residing in a particular State can attend the academic activities of the Kerala Chapter and they will be in the mailing list of the Kerala Chapter where they are posted/ residing, provided they inform their address to Kerala Chapter Secretary and also to Central Headquarters.

10. MEMBERSHIP

The Secretary shall decide the eligibility or otherwise and the class to which a member could be admitted in consultation with the President on the basis of scrutiny and such decision shall be final. For Direct members, eligibility will be decided based on the advise by IRIA (Central). The members shall consist of the following categories:

Annual Members, Life Members, Emeritus Members, Honorary Members, Corresponding Members, Associate Members (for Healthcare Industry only), Student Members, Provisional Life Members and Affiliate members.

(A) Annual Members:

Means Medical Practitioners possessing post graduate Medical Degrees, D.N.B., or Diplomas, all in Radiology/Radio-diagnosis and Imaging recognised by Medical Council of India. Thoseapplying for fresh membership with degrees/diplomas in radio-therapy or nuclear medicine or medical physics will be allowed to become affiliate members only.

(B) Life Members:

Means Annual members who pay subscription in lump sum, according to the Bye-laws laid down for the purpose, in lieu of yearly subscription. Life membership will only be given to those who have MCI recognised post-graduate degrees/diplomas/D.N.B in Radiology/ Radio-diagnosis and Imaging.

(C) Student Members:

(a) Annual

Students undergoing post graduate degree/diploma courses in MD, DMRD, and DNB (all in Radiology/Radio-diagnosis and Imaging recognised by Medical Council of India) in the State. Their membership as such shall be limited for the period of their training/instructions in MD, DMRD, or DNB (all in Radiology/Radio-diagnosis and Imaging recognised by Medical Council of India). The membership in this category shall be for a maximum period of four years. The student members shall be enrolled only when their application for membership is duly certified by the respective Head of the Department of the medical institution/college, where they are enrolled. They will have no voting rights. The Student membership, will be counted as continuous membership for election purpose etc., provided it has been converted into regular Annual / life membership, immediately after the award of Degree/Diploma, thus there is no break in membership. The subscription for this category will be annual.

(b) Provisional Life Members:

Students undergoing post graduate degree/diploma courses in MD, DMRD, and DNB (all in Radiology/Radio-diagnosis and Imaging recognised by Medical Council of India) in the Kerala State can be enrolled as Provisional Life Members on payment of full Life Member Subscription and will be converted to regular Life Membership after acquiring post graduate degree / diploma and they will have no voting right during the period of provisional life membership. In case provisional life member does not pass his qualifying degree/ diploma within the time stipulated (four years) he / she may be allowed to have extension / continuation of provisional life membership upon request to the President. Upon successful completion of degree the Provisional lifemember shall submit a copy of his degree / diploma to the State and IRIA Headquarters (Central) and will become a full Life member after approval by the IRIA State Chapter Provisional life membership period will be counted as continuous membership for purposes of elections, voting rights, eligibility for orations, awards etc.

(D) Emeritus Members:

Means Annual members and life members who have:

(i) attained the age of the 65 years, or

(ii) been retired from the active practice by reason of physical disability.

No delegation fee will be charged from the Emeritus Members attending the Annual Conferences.

(E) Honorary Members:

(a) Eminent members of the medical profession, who are not already enrolled as members of the Kerala Chapter.

(b) Other persons who have contributed for original research, scientific advancement in the Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities. This category of members will have no voting rights. This is open to both Indians and Foreign Nationals.

The name of the honorary member shall be proposed and seconded by any member of the Kerala Chapter where the merits of the candidate for such honour will be set forth by the proposes. The election shall take place at a meeting of the General Body (Central) voting being done by the secret ballot. No discussion shall be permitted on the merits of the person proposed. The person shall be considered elected if two thirds of the members present, vote in his/her favour. Every honorary member shall cease to be such a member upon a resolution of the General Body (Central) to the effect, passed by a majority, of less than two thirds of members present and voting.

(F) Corresponding Members:

Means Scientists residing in foreign countries, engaged in Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities and of standing in their discipline in their country. This class of members shall consists of scientists residing in foreign countries who are actively interested inRadio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities and who are in good ethical standing in the respective countries. The annual subscription will be decided by the General Body Kerala Chapter from time to time. They shall pay yearly subscription to the State Chapter.

(G) Associate Members:

Representative of Companies from Health Care Industry will be enrolled as Associate Members on annual subscription basis. The enrolment of Associate Members (Healthcare Industry) will be done through the IRIA Kerala Chapter General Body

(H) Affiliate members:

Persons with degrees/diplomas in radio-therapy or nuclear medicine or medical physics will be allowed to become affiliate members only.

11. RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF THE MEMBERS

Every Life / Annual, Student, Provisional and Emeritus Members shall be entitled:-

a) To attend, take part and vote in the meetings of the Association for which they are qualified to attend and vote, and be entitled to vote in any manner prescribed by the Association provided he/she has 3 years continuous membership and has paid his subscription of the current year before 30th June, or he/she is a life/emeritus member.

b) To become a member of the Central/Kerala Council of IRIA and Office bearer of the Kerala/Centre provided he /she has the prescribed qualifications for the same.

c) To propose or second candidates for admission to the Kerala Chapter provided he /she has the prescribed qualifications for the same.

d) To propose or second candidates for election of Office bearers of the IRIA (Central), provided he /she has the prescribed qualifications for the same.

e) To introduce visitors to scientific meetings of the Kerala Chapter.

f) To receive a copy of each issue of the Journal and News Bulletin and other publications of the Indian Radiological & Imaging Association (to which the Kerala Chapter is affiliated) free.

g) To use Library and Museum and premises of the Kerala Chapter/ IRIA Headquarters under the regulations, which may from time to time be laid down by the Kerala Council / Kerala Chapter.

12. ADMISSION FEE

All categories of members except for honorary and student members will have to pay the admission fee at the time of their admission to Kerala Chapter as decided by the General Body from time to time. Honorary and student members have no voting rights. Accordingly, student members on becoming Life, Annual members shall have to pay the admission fee.

13. SUBSCRIPTION

a) All members attached to the State Chapter shall pay their subscription to the State Chapter. The State Chapter shall not revise the membership subscription charges without concurrence by the General Body of the IRIA (Central). The Kerala Chapter shall, however, pay to the IRIA Headquarters (Central) the amount fixed by the General Body of IRIA (Central) from time to time. These rates are subject to change as decided by the General Body (Central) of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association from time to time. Subscription shall become due from 1st April of every year. All the members except Emeritus/ Honorary / Life Members shall pay as annual subscription the sum decided in this regard as decided in the General Body Meeting of IRIA.

b) Non-receipt of the subscription by 31st May by the Kerala Chapter and 30th June (of the same year) by the IRIA Headquarters (Central), shall deprive, the member, of the privileges of his/her membership and his/her name will be deleted from the list of Members. Such persons will not be eligible to vote in the election of Office bearers (both Kerala and National) of IRIA.

c) In case of husband and wife both being members (the couple) shall pay between them one full and one half subscription for the year and shall be entitled to one copy of the journal between them. Admission Fee has to be paid by both of them.

d) A member enrolled any time during the year shall pay full subscription for the year irrespective of the date of the enrolment.

e) The Kerala Chapter shall submit, to the IRIA Headquarters (Central), the name of the members on their roll by 30th June each year, a list of new members and a list of members who left the Chapter with their new address if available, along with a report of the activities of the Chapter.

f) The amount of life membership subscription received during the year should be treated as Corpus Fund and kept in the bank, preferably fixed deposits/ fixed securities (like RBI bonds) and the interest earned on these should be utilised for running the Kerala Chapter.

g) Since members attending the General Body meeting of the Kerala Chapter shall have paid the subscription and dues, the proof of payment in the shape of either receipt or a certificate issued by theChapter President or Secretary is sufficient.

h) The responsibility of collection of subscription of members of the Chapters rests with the Kerala Chapter Secretary.

14. TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP

Membership may be terminated:

(A) By resignation: A member may at any time resign the membership by giving 30 days notice in writing to:

(a) The Chapter Secretary

(b) The State President

(B) By removal of his/her name on account of non-payment of subscription: (after due notice) as follows:

In case of a Kerala Chapter Members, whose subscription remains unpaid by 31st May, his/her membership shall be terminated automatically and due information of the same shall be given to the IRIA Headquarters (Central), for necessary action.

(C) By removal of names on the ground of undesirable conduct:

(a) If the conduct of a member be deemed by the Kerala Chapter, prejudicial to the interests of the Association or be calculated to bring the medical profession into disrepute, the Kerala Chapter, as the case may be, may ask him/her to submit a written explanation of his/her conduct. In the event of the explanation being found unsatisfactory, the member may be asked either to apologies or to resign from the membership. If the member is agreeable, his/her apology shall be sent to the IRIA Headquarters (Central) with a confidential note giving details of the case for future reference. In the event of the said member refusing either to apologise or to resign when asked to do so or when the explanation is not satisfactory, a General Body meeting of the Kerala Chapter shall be called to consider the case and at least seven days notice of the meeting shall be given to the members concerned, and he/she shall be given an opportunity to explain his/her conduct if he/she desires to do so, in the General Body meeting (State). If at the meeting 3/4th of the members present having recorded their vote for the removal of his/her name from the membership, the resolution along with the member’s explanation and other records shall be sent to the IRIA Head quarters (Central) for information and ratification. In the meantime, he/she shall be suspended from enjoying all the privileges of membership. This decision is subject to ratification by the Kerala Chapter Executive Council and General body of the Indian Radiological & Imaging Association.

(b) By removal of name on the ground of conviction in a court of justice upon

(1) Sentence after conviction in a court of justice for any crime entailing moral turpitude:

(2) Being de-registered by the medical council of India or a State medical council on the ground of unethical conduct: or

(3) Forfeiture through misconduct of the medical qualifications by virtue of which he/she ceases to be eligible for membership.

(c) No member of the Kerala Chapter will be eligible to use the logo of the Association. Any member found misusing the logo of the Association, his/her membership is liable to be terminated. However, reigning Office bearers of the Kerala Chapter can use the logo for official purposes and hence not a misuse.

(d) By giving forged certificates. If a certificate given by a member is found false, the membership of such member may be terminated by the Kerala Chapter Secretary and same reported to IRIA (Central).

15. READMISSION:

(a) Any person who has ceased to be a member under Bye-laws 6A and 6B can be re-admitted on fresh application being made by him/her and on payment of any dues outstanding against him/her on the date when he/she had ceased to be a member. The Kerala Chapter shall, however, have the power to write off a part or whole of any outstanding dues against such a member (EXCEPT THE CENTRAL SHARE). But this has to be ratified by the General body meeting of the Kerala Chapter.

(b) A person, who has been removed under Bye-law 6C (a) may be readmitted on the expiry of two years, provided, his/her application for re-enrolment is supported by ten members of the State Chapter testifying his/her good conduct during the intervening period. He/she must also submit a written apology acceptable to the State Council and the State Chapter concerned and to the IRIA Headquarters (Central) addressed to President, IRIA (Central).

(c) But in case coming under Bye-law 6C (b) readmission shall be possible only subsequent to such a person’s name being reentered in the medical register.

The criteria for membership, subscription, Admission fee, termination of membership etc. can likely to be revised from time to time and decisions taken by General Body Meeting of IRIAKerala Chapter are final.

16. FORMATION OF CITY CHAPTERS

(a) A minimum of total ten persons, eligible to be the Annual/ Life members and/or existing Annual/ Emeritus/ Life members of the State Chapter and who reside, practice or are employed in a place within the territorial jurisdiction of a City under the constitution of India, may form a City Chapter of the Kerala Chapter by a resolution passed, at a General Body meeting of such persons convened for the purpose. The resolution with names of the Office-bearers of the new City Chapter, the membership declaration forms and Central and Kerala Chapter quota of subscription, as per Bye-law shall be sent to the IRIA Kerala Chapter Headquarters / Secretary, for final approval of the Chapter at its next meeting. This has to be ratified by the General Body meeting of the Kerala Chapter. Any City Chapter of the Kerala Kerala Chapter of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association not complying with the above shall cease to be a City Chapter of the Kerala Chapter of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association.

(b) All the City Chapters will be known as — (Name of city/town) City Chapter of Kerala Chapter of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association and not as the individual City Chapter.

(c) Not more than one City Chapter shall be allowed to be formed in any City.

17. MANAGEMENT OF THE KERALA CHAPTER

The control over the affairs of the Association shall vest in the body called the General Body of the Kerala Chapter and all major decisions of this Association need to be ratified by General Body of IRIA Kerala Chapter. Its day-to-day administration shall vest with the Kerala Chapter. All decisions relating to the Constitution of the Kerala Chapter shall be in consultation with the Central Council and General Body of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association.

18. GENERAL BODY OF STATE CHAPTER

The General Body of the Association shall consist of all regular Annual, regular Life and Emeritus members of the Kerala Chapter

19. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GENERAL BODY

The General Body shall be the supreme body of the Kerala Chapter and exercise overall control over the affairs of the Council with power to overrule in any matter whatsoever the decision of the Council and in particular to exercise supreme control over the affairs of the Kerala Chapter and to ratify the decisions which the Council may, from time to time, take during the current KeralaChapter year. The General body will meet at least twice a year, one at the time of midterm conference and CME and another (called the Annual General Body) at the Annual Conference of the Kerala Chapter. The General Body of IRIA shall be the supreme body for the affairs for the Kerala Chapter. Resolution sponsored by individual members for the General Body Meeting shall reach the Secretary at least 15 days before the date of the meeting. The minutes of the General Body shall be circulated amongst the members of the Kerala Chapter / published in the official web-site of the Kerala Chapter, within 60 days after General Body Meeting.

20. THE COUNCIL

The Council is an executive body of the Kerala Chapter and assumes Office by 1st April every year.

The Council shall consist of the following:

(a) Office Bearers of the Kerala Chapter

(a) The President of the Kerala Chapter- elected member

(b) The Immediate Past President of the Kerala Chapter.


(c) Two Vice-Presidents – elected members.

(d) The Secretary - elected member .

(e) Immediate Past Secretary – for the first year only.

(f) Two Joint Secretaries – elected members.

(g) Hony.Treasurer-elected member

(b) Elected Members of Central Council of IRIA.

Kerala Chapter Representatives from the State Chapter – one member for 25 members and thereafter for every 50 members, one member to a maximum of four. The membership stands as on 30th June of previous year.

(c) Elected Members of Council.

One for every 25 members, to a maximum of 6. The membership stands as on 31st May of previous year.

(d) All State Counsil members will be elected at the annual general body meeting for a term of One year.

21. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE COUNCIL

The Council will administer the affairs of the Kerala Chapter in accordance with the Constitution of the Association, Rules and Bye-laws. The Council shall exercise such powers and do such acts and things as may be exercised or done by the Association. The Council shall hold three meetings, two interim

meetings as decided by the Council and one before the Annual General Body Meeting.

22. CENSURE OF THE COUNCIL

If the Council or its members indulge in any activity detrimental to the Association and do not work in accordance with its rules and bye-laws, the council or its defaulting member may be censured or the entire council may be dissolved and a new one may be elected by the General Body (Kerala Chapter) of the Association.

23. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

(A) The Council shall hold three meetings, two interim meetings as decided by the Council and one before the Annual General Body Meeting

(B) The meeting of the Council shall be as under:

a) The annual meeting of the Council held just before the Annual General Body Meeting of the Kerala Chapter shall be the Annual Meeting of the Council.

b) The annual meeting of the Council shall finish its work before the Annual General Body meeting of the Kerala Chapter.

c) Extraordinary Meeting: The Secretary with the consent of President can call an extraordinary meeting of the Council.

d) Requisition Meeting: A requisition Meeting shall be held within 45 days of the receipt of the requisition in writing from at least 10 members of the Council to the Secretary with a copy endorsed in favour of the President specifying the business to be transacted at the meeting. On receipt of requisition, the Secretary shall inform the President forth with to proceed (to call such a meeting). The President or the State Secretary with the consent of the President shall, upon receipt of a requisition signed by at least 10 Members of the Council, convene a meeting within 45 days of the receipt of the requisition. A notice of 30 days shall be given to the members. If the President or the Secretary fails to call the meeting within 45 days, a meeting shall be held within 10 weeks from the date of the delivery of such requisition to the Head Quarters/ Secretary on behalf of the Council.

1. If within 15 minutes from the time appointed for the meeting a quorum is not present (quorum of 25% of elected members) the meeting, if convened upon requisition of the members, shallbe dissolved.

2. The requisition meeting shall preferably be held at the Office of the Kerala Chapter or as the President decides, but in case the President or the Secretary fails to call a meeting, the requisitionists may hold the meeting at the place of their choice.

e) The elected Council Members who do not attend two consecutive meetings of the council should be declared ineligible for the Council during that tenure. The members who submit the leave of absence to the Secretary/President would not be taken out.

(C) Notice for the Council Meetings:

(a) Annual Meeting - 4 Weeks.

(b) Ordinary meetings - 4 weeks

(c) Extraordinary Meeting - 2 Weeks.

(d) Requisition Meeting - 30days

(D) Quorum of the Council Meetings:

The quorum for all Council Meetings shall be 5. In all meeting except requisition meeting, if a quorum is not present within 15 minutes of the appointed time, the meeting shall stand adjourned for 15 minutes and then meeting again be held to transact the business.

If a quorum is still not present, the members present whatever their number and qualifications ( Council or ex-officio members) shall form a quorum.

24. BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

a) The election of the Chairman of the meeting, if necessary

(in the absence of the President or the Vice-Presidents).

b) Confirmation of minutes of the previous meeting of the Council.

c) Consideration of the Annual Report of the Kerala Chapter.

d) Consideration of the audited accounts of the year of the Kerala Chapter.

(Audited accounts will be circulated to all the members of the Kerala Chapter every year.)

e) Consideration of the Budget for the ensuing year of the Kerala Chapter.

f) Consideration of Venue of next Kerala Chapter annual conference and the mid–term conference.

g) Any other business with the permission of the Chairman.

25. GENERAL RULES ABOUT THE ORDINARY AND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

a)The Council shall be the executive authority of the Kerala Chapter and as such

shall have the powers to carry into effect the policy and programmes of the Kerala Chapter as lay down by the General Body of the Kerala Chapter and shall remain responsible thereto.

b) Except with the special permission of the Chairman, no resolution shall be placed before the Meeting of the Council that has not been previously given notice of and duly circulated with the Agenda of the meeting.

c) Notice of resolutions to be moved at the meeting of the Council shall reach the Secretary at least one month before the date of the meeting.

26. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE KERALA CHAPTER

(a) To make regulations and issue instructions for the efficient administration of the Kerala Chapter and for proper maintenance of its properties and publications.

(b) To appoint committees, ad-hoc committees and standing committees, as and when necessary. All the committees formed should have at least 3 members.

(c) To represent before the Govern ments or public bodies or any properly constituted authority, any matter affecting the interests of the Kerala Chapter or the Radiological and Imaging profession of the State.

(d) To consider and decide applications for membership, resignation of members, suspension of members of Chapters and the question of taking such disciplinary action as it may deem fit, against any member/City Chapter for misconduct and wilful neglect of notices.

(e) To write off the whole or part of the unrealisable arrears of subscription of members or other outstanding dues of the Kerala Chapter as and when necessary.

(f) To appoint or remove salaried Officers and servants of the Kerala Chapter.

(g) To fix the rate of travelling allowance to be paid to the Office bearers of the Kerala Chapter – limited to the actuals.

(h) To consider all matters and make necessary recommendations as far as possible, to its being placed before the General Body of the Kerala Chapter for discussion.

(i) Subject to the provision of Rules and Resolutions to exercise, in addition of the powers given by the rules and Bye-laws all such powers and do all such acts and things as may be done by theKerala Chapter.

27. MEETINGS OF THE Kerala CHAPTER

The meetings of the Kerala Chapter shall be held at such places and at such times as the Council may appoint. At other times, the Secretary (or senior joint Secretary in the absence of Secretary) under the direction of the President (or senior Vice-President in the absence of President) shall fix the time and venue of the meetings.

(a) Scientific meetings,

(b) General Body Meetings,

(c) Extraordinary General Body Meetings,

(d) Requisition Meetings

(a) Scientific Meeting:

(i) To read and discuss papers on Radio-diagnosis, Ultrasound, C.T., M.R.I. and other Imaging Modalities like PET, SPECT etc., Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Oncology, Radio-Biology, molecular imaging, Radiation Medicine and Interventional Radiology and other related sub-specialties/ super-specialities and to arrange lectures, demonstrations and discussions on these subjects.

(ii) To arrange a refresher course.

(b) General Body Meeting:

Care should be taken to

arrange the timings of General Body Meeting so that sufficient time is given for discussion etc. to the members to participate actively in the General Body Meeting. There should be adequate gap, if entertainment programme is arranged on the same day as General Body Meeting.

The agenda of the General Body Meeting shall include the following and in this order:

1) The election of the Chairman of the meeting, if necessary,

(in the absence of the President or the Vice-Presidents)

2) Confirmation of the proceedings of the previous General Body Meeting.

3) Adoption of the Report of the Kerala Chapter.

4) Adoption of the audited accounts.

5) Adoption of the Budget for the ensuing year.

6) To appoint Hony. Legal Adviser, if necessary

7) To appoint Auditors, if necessary.

8) To approve Oration/Awards for the following year.

9) Any other matter brought forward by the State Council.

10) To decide the venue of the next Midterm CME and Annual Conference of the Kerala Chapter in advance.

11) Any other business with the permission of the Chairman.

12) To elect State Council for the next year.

13) To approve the names of two Joint Secretaries – One of whom shall be the resident of same place as that of the Secretary and other shall be the resident from the place where the President is residing, as far as possible.

(c) Extraordinary General Body Meeting:

An extraordinary General Body Meeting may be called at any time by the Secretary under the direction of the President for any specific purpose of which due notice has been given.

(d) Requisition General Meeting:

A requisition General Meeting shall be held within 60 days of the receipt of the requisition in writing from at least fifty members of the Kerala Chapter to the Secretary with a copy endorsed in favour of the President specifying the busi ness to be transacted at the meeting. On receipt of requisition, the Secretary shall

inform the President forth with to proceed (to call such a meeting). In case the Secretary or the President fails to convene such a meeting within 60 days of the receipt of the requisition, the requisitionists may themselves convene a meeting at a place of their choice but such a meeting shall be held within 12 weeks from the date of such delivery of the requisition to the Secretary and the President. If within 15 minutes from the time appointed for the meeting, a quorum is not present, the meeting, (if convened upon requisition of the members) shall be dissolved.

(B) Quorum of the meetings shall be as follows:

In all meetings except a requisition meeting, if a quorum of 20 is not present within 15 minutes of the appointed time, the meetings shall stand adjourned for 15 minutes and then meet again to transact the business. If a quorum is still not present at the meeting, the members presentwhatever their number, shall form a quorum. If there is no quorum at a requisition meeting it shall stand dissolved.

1. The General Body Meeting:20 Members (Life / Annual / Emeritus Members of the Kerala Chapter)

2. The Extraordinary General Body

Meeting:20 Members (Life / Annual / Emeritus Members of the Kerala Chapter)

3. The Requisition General Body Meeting:15 percent (of the total strength of the Annual / Life members / Emeritus Members of the Kerala Chapter)

(C) Notice of meetings of the Kerala Chapter:

1. The General Body Meeting : 30 days

2. The Extraordinary General Body Meeting : 30 days

3. Requisition Meeting : 30 days

(D) The minutes of all the meetings shall be correctly kept and recorded as early as possible, and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Meeting and confirmed at the next meeting.

(E) The Chairman of the meeting may with the consent of the members at which quorum is present and shall, if so directed by the members, adjourn the same from time to time, but no business shall be transacted at any adjourned meeting other than the business unfinished at the meeting for which the adjournment took place.

(F) All questions submitted to a meet ing shall be decided (except in cases specially provided for) by a majority of votes

as registered by show of hands or in such other manner as the members present or the chairman of the meeting, shall determine.

(G) No business shall be transacted at a requisition meeting other than that, for which the meeting is called for.

(H) Notice shall be sent to members either personally or by post at their addresses as in the books of the Kerala Chapter.

(I). Any notice, if served by post, shall be deemed to have been served on the day following that on which the same is posted. The notice shall be sent/ served by under certificate of posting and shall be put in the Official website of Kerala Chapter of IRIA.

28. FUNDS OF THE KERALA CHAPTER

(A) The funds of the Kerala Chapter shall be derived from the following sources:

(a) Subscription of members.

(b) Interest from Bank

(c) Special contribution or donations received directly or through the City Chapters.

(d) Income derived from the publications of the Kerala Chapter as per Bye-laws.

(e) Contribution received from the City Chapter. The City Chapter organizing the Kerala Chapter Annual Conference as per Bye-law. 50% of the savings, if any, should go to the City Chapter City Chapter concerned and 50% to the Kerala Chapter.

(f) By legacies from persons who desire to benefit the Kerala Chapter.

(g) Such other sources as may be authorised by the State Council or the General Body of the Kerala Chapter.

(B) Maintenance of accounts of the Kerala Chapter and getting it audited every year shall be done by Hony. Treasurer of the State Chapter and to be presented to the Secretary for approval of the General Body of the Kerala Chapter.

(C) Corpus Fund: There shall be a Corpus fund of the Kerala Chapter with contribution of member’s donation / subscription.

(D) The Office shall, out of the funds of the Kerala Chapter, settle all expenses and shall pay rents, salaries, wages and such other charges as may be necessary for the Kerala Chapter. It shall be empowered to spend money on scientific investigation, conferences, prizes, scholarships and for such other purposes, as it may consider advisable, in furtherance of the objects of the Kerala Chapter with the

budgetary provisions.


29. OFFICE BEARERS OF THE Kerala CHAPTER

(a) The tenure of the Office bearers of the Kerala Chapter will be as follows:

President - One Year -can be reelected to a total of two years

Vice Presidents - One Year -can be reelected to a total of two years

Secretary -Two Years -can be reelected to a total of four years

Hony.Treasurer- two years- can be reelected to a total of four years

Joint Secretaries One Year- they are nominated by the President and Secretary with the approval of general body - can be reelected

State Council Members One year - can be reelected to total of four years

Two Joint Secretaries-one from the place of President and another from the place of Secretary as far as possible and to be nominated by the President & Secretary subject to approval by General Body.

(b) Minimum requirement of the Office-bearers for contesting elections:

President: Should be continuously un interrupted member of the Kerala

Chapter for at least 15 years.

Vice-Presidents: Should be a continuously uninterrupted member of the Kerala Chapter for at least 10 years.

Secretary : Should be a continuously uninterrupted member of the Kerala Chapter for at least 10 years.

Treasurer:Should be a continuously uninterrupted member of the Kerala Chapter for at least 10 years.

State Council Member: Should continuously uninterrupted be a member of the Kerala Chapter for at least 3 years.

Central Council Member: Should be a continuously uninterrupted member of the Kerala Chapter for at least 3 years.

NOTE: (i) No one in receipt of a salary from the funds of the Kerala Chapter shall be elected as an Office-bearer of the Kerala Chapter or a member of the Central/ Council.

(ii) No member will hold more than one Office in the Kerala Chapter at a given time.

(iii) One member can file only one nomination for contesting the election in a particular election.

(iv) At the time of handing and taking over the charge of the Office bearer, proper records of handing over and taking over should be maintained.

30. DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE OFFICE BEARERS

The Office bearers of the Kerala Chapter can be asked by the General Body of the Kerala Chapter (requiring 75% of the members present favouring the decision) to resign from their posts in the event of their negligence/misconduct while conducting their official duties.

(A). President:

The President shall assume Office at the time of inauguration of the Kerala Chapter Annual Conference but with effect from 1st April of the year. The tenure of the term of the President shall be full 12 months from 1st April to 31st March of next year.

(a) Shall be chairman of all meetings of the General Body of Kerala Chapter and the Council and any other committees. He/she shall be ex-officio member of all committees and subcommittees, except statutory committees.

(b) Shall preside at the Annual Conference and all meetings of the Kerala Chapter.

(c) Shall guide and control the activities of the Kerala Chapter.

(d) Shall regulate the proceedings of all meetings and the conference and interpret the rules and bye-laws and decide doubtful points.

(e) Shall in addition to his/her ordinary vote, have a casting vote in case of equality of votes in election of office bearers (except when he himself is a candidate for the election) or in any other matter.

(f) Shall undertake tour etc. in the interests of the Kerala Chapter whenever required.

(B) Vice President:

(a) Shall help in the organisation of Chapter by making tours and addressing members and personnel etc.

(b) The Vice-President (senior) shall preside at the annual conference and other meeting in case the President is unavoidably absent.

(c) The Vice-President (senior) shall be the chairman of all committees (except statutory committees) and sub-committees, in case the President is absent.

NOTE: In the event of any emergency arising by reason of any cause, such as death, detention, resignation or absence for a considerable period out of Kerala State, the duties of the President shall be devolved upon the Vice-President (who is senior between the two Vice-Presidents). In case of resignation by the PresiVice-Presidents) shall act as indicated dent, it will become effective when it is accepted by the Council. Pending the acceptance of the resignation, the Vice-President (who is senior between the two above in case the President is unwilling to function as such.

N.B. (1) Seniority amongst the Vice-Presidents will be as per the membership seniority of Kerala Chapter only.

(2) In case of senior Vice-President refuses or unable to perform the duties of the President as Stated above, then the junior Vice-President will perform the duties of the President.

(C) Secretary With the help of two joint secretaries

(a) Shall be in-charge of the Kerala Chapter administrative Office.

(b) Shall conduct all correspondence on behalf of the Kerala Chapter.

(c) Shall have general supervision of accounts and pass all bills for payment.

(d) Shall get the annual statement of accounts prepared by Hony. Treasurer duly audited by the auditors for adoption by the General Body. The audited account should be circulated to all the members of the Kerala Chapter.

(e) Shall organise, arrange and convene meetings, conference, lectures and demonstrations etc.

(f) Shall attend meetings of the

General Body, Council and keep record of proceedings thereof. The minutes of the General Body shall be circulated amongst the members of the Kerala Chapter / published in the official web-site of the Kerala Chapter, within 60 days after General Body Meeting.

(g) The Secretary shall be an ex-officio member of all committees and sub committees except statutory committees.

(h) Shall maintain a correct and up-to-date register of all members of the Kerala Chapter.

(i) Shall organise the Kerala Chapter by encouraging the establishment of City Chapters where they do not exist and by creating a general interest in the Kerala Chapter.

(j) Shall bring any matter, which he considers necessary in the interests of the Kerala Chapter to the notice of the President, the Council

(l) Whenever necessary the and the General Body for guidance and decision.

(k) Shall keep upto Rs. 5,000/- cash in hand for day-to-day expenses.

Secretary shall obtain opinion of all members of the Council by correspondence under instructions of the President

(D) Joint Secretaries:

The joint secretaries shall help the Secretary in looking after the Office, in conducting correspondence, in preparation of agenda of meetings, in preparing statement of accounts etc. The joint Secretary senior (seniority decided by total uninterrupted IRIA Membership alone) shall act for the Secretary in his/her absence.

(E) Hony. Treasurer:

(a) Shall receive all money of the Kerala Chapter and deposit them in banks approved by the General Body of the Kerala Chapter to the credit of the Kerala Chapter to be operated by the Secretary and Treasurer.

(b) Shall be responsible for collection of all subscription and contribution due to the IRIA Headquarters (State).

(c) Shall dispose the bills for payment as sanctioned by the Secretary only on his/her written order.

(d) Shall have the right to point out any off or discrepancy in the order of payment of the Secretary and refer the order back to him with his remarks. In the event of the disagreement still persisting between

the Secretary and the Hon Treasurer, the matter shall be referred to the President for final decision.

(e) Shall be responsible for keeping up-to-date accounts of the Kerala Chapter with all accounts books posted up-to-date.

(f) Shall get the accounts audited by the auditors of the Kerala Chapter.

(g) Shall prepare a budget and present it at the Annual General Body meeting of the Kerala Chapter.

(h) Shall prepare an annual statement of the accounts and balance sheet, showing the financial position of the Kerala Chapter, get it audited by the auditors of the Kerala Chapter and submit the same for adoption by the General Body at the General Body meeting (preferably annual).

(Since the Secretaries post is Secretary cum treasurer all these become duties and powers of the Secretary itself)

31. ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS

(a) The Secretary shall prepare every year, nominal roll all those Emeritus, Life and Regular Annual members whose subscrip tion have been received at the Association Office by 31st May (for regular Annual memberships a continuous membership of three years is also required for inclusion in the nominal roll).

(b) The Election of the Office bearers requiring election will be held at the General Body Meeting of the Kerala Chapter.

(c) The General Body Meeting will appoint an Election Officer in the meeting to conduct the elections.

(d) Nominations will be received by the Election Officer in the meeting.

(e) Nominations will be scrutinised by the Election Officer in the meeting.

(f) A numbered ballot paper signed by the Election Officer will be prepared for the Election, if required.

(g) Election, if required, will be held using secret ballots or by raising hands in favour of the candidate if the General Body permits.

(h) The Election Officer shall scrutinise the ballot papers/raised hands in the presence of two other members of the election committee, nominated by the President. The candidates shall have the right to attend the counting of the votes or send one representative who must be life, Annual member or emeritus member of the Kerala Chapter.

(i) The result will be declared by the Election Officer at the end of the procedure after the counting of votes.

32. Kerala CHAPTER YEAR

The financial year of the Kerala Chapter and its all City Chapters for financial purposes will be from 1st April to 31st March next calendar year. The Kerala Chapter should hold their annual elections regularly and the new team of Office bearers should take over by 1st April every year.

33. SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES

(A) All the legal disputes will be settled within the Judicial Territorial Jurisdiction of the Kerala Chapter Office.

(B) All the income earning, movable, immovable properties of the Association shall be solely utilised and applied towards the promotion of its aim and objects only set forth in the memorandum of Association and no profit thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends bonus profits or in any manner whatsoever to the present and past member of the Association or to any person claiming through any or more of the present



APPLICATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE


From


Dr. Madavan Unni,

The President,

KERALA CHAPTER OF INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL &

IMAGING ASSOCIATION

Ernakulam Scan Centre, S.A.Road, Vyttila, Kochi-682019.



To


The Registrar of Societies,

Ernakulam.


Sir,



1. A Society by name “KERALA CHAPTER OF INDIAN RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION”


2. I enclose herewith the Memorandum and bye-laws of the said Society.


3. I remit a sum of Rs. 100/- being the fee for registration of the Society.


4. I am the President of the committee of the Society.


5. I have been duly authorized in this behalf by the committee of Society.


6. No other Society in the name “KERALA CHAPTER OF INDIAN

RADIOLOGICAL & IMAGING ASSOCIATION” functioning in

the area at present.


7. The society may be registered and the Certificate of registration issued.




Ernakulam


- 9-2010 Signature:


Dr. Madavan Unni,

(President)

The following persons shall be members of the first governing body of the Society:-

Sl. Name & Address Occupation Description


No.

1. Dr. Madavan Unni, Medical Practiontioner, President. aged years, S/o. Mr.

52A, Supriya, YGRA,

Kavu Road, Kuravankonem,

Kowdiar.P.O., TVM-695003.

2. Dr. Pradeep.S., Medical Practiontioner, Secretary & aged years, Treasurer.

S/o. Mr.

Sarasom, T.C.27/457, Thara 192,

Kunnukuzhi,

Vanchiyoor.P.O.,TVM.695035.

3. Dr. Balachandran Nair.M.R., Medical Practiontioner,

aged years,

S/o. Mr.

32/1153, Rohini,

Nettayikodath Road,

Palarivattom, Kochi-25.

4. Dr. Amel Antony, Radiologist, Joint Secretary.

aged 42 years, Institute of

S/o. Mr. P. V. Antony. Radiology and

39/3784, Parackal, Imaging

Manikath Cross Road, Sciences

Ravipuram. Pvt. Ltd.,

Kadavanthra,

Cochin-20.

5. Dr. Eapen Joseph, Radiologist, Member.

aged 55 years, Professor of

S/o. Mr. Joseph. Radiology, 1-D, North, Oriental Garden, Co-Operative

Mamangalam-Pottakuzhi Road, Medical College,

East of Karukappilly, Kochi-26. Kalamassery.

6. Dr. K.S. Manoj, Medical Practitioner, Member. aged 40 years,

S/o. Mr.

Krishna, KRA 58,

Kedaram Nagar,

Pattom.P.O., TVM-4

7. Dr. V. Varadaraj Velluvakandy, Radiologist, Member.

aged 42 years,

S/o. Mr. Chathukutty,

Arikanya, Male Chowa,

Kannur-670006.

The following persons shall be members of the first governing body of the Society:-

Sl. Name & Address Occupation Description No.

1. Dr. M. R. Balachandran Nair, Radiologist, President. aged 55 years, Ernakulam

S/o. Mr. Ramakrishna Pillai. Scan Center,

Vyttila, Cochin-19.

2. Dr. V. Varada Raj, Radiologist, Secretary & aged 42 years, Koyili Hospital, Treasurer.

S/o. Mr. Chathukutty. Kannoor- 04.

3. Dr. Amel Antony, Radiologist, Joint Secretary.

aged 42 years, Institute of

S/o. Mr. P. V. Antony. Radiology and

Imaging

Sciences

Pvt. Ltd.,

Kadavanthra,

Cochin-20.

4. Dr. Anilkumar, Radiologist, Joint Secretary.

aged 45 years, Institute of

S/o. Mr. Divakara Panicker. Radiology and

imaging sciences

Pvt. Ltd.,

Kadavanthra,

Cochin-20.

5. Dr. Eapen Joseph, Radiologist, Member.

aged 55 years, Professor of

S/o. Mr. Joseph. Radiology, Co-Operative

Medical College,

Kalamassery.

6. Dr. Kunjumon Joseph, Radiologist, Member. aged 42 years, Lisie Hospital,

S/o. Mr. Joseph. Ernakulam,

Cochin-18.

7. Dr.George Joseph, Radiologist, Member.

aged 48 years, Excell Scan centre, S/o. Mr. Joseph. Lisie Hospital-

Campus, Ernakulam.

8. Dr. Tara Pratap, Radiologist, Member. aged 40years, Lakeshore Hospital, D/o. Dr. Pratap. Ernakulam.

9. Dr. Anusha Varghese, Radiologist, Member.

aged 44 years, Lourd Hospital,

D/o. Mr.Varghese. Ernakulam.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
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