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ISIAM Constitution

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1. Pre- amble and name of the Society:

Mathematics and its Applications are growing rapidly and consequently it has become practically impossible for the existing societies to focus the attention on some of the most important applications and on the branches of mathematics needed for these applications. These branches of mathematics and their applications are of vital importance for the solution of problems posed by Industry, Science and Technology. In different parts of the world societies for the promotion of teaching and research in industrial and applicable mathematics have been established. There was a long- felt need and desire for a society to highlight the roles of applicable mathematics, in industry, science and technology. To achieve this goal a Society has been established which shall be called the Indian Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics and shall be abbreviated by ( ISIAM).

 

2. Aims and Objectives:

The aims and objectives of the Society shall be:

  1. I.      To popularize and promote the teaching and research of those branches of Mathematics ( like Numerical and Variational Techniques, Mathematical modeling, Algorithms and Coding theory, to be identified by the Executive Committee on the Society) which play very important role in the Industrial, Scientific and Technological problems.
  2. II.      To promote the applications of mathematical techniques for the solution of problems in science, technology and industry.
  3. III.      To identify the challenging problems faced by Scientists and Technologist in Indian Laboratories, factories and defence organizations

* Note: he date for founder membership was extended upto March 31. 1994. in the general body meeting of its office bearers held during the second Annual Conference of ISIAM – 94 at Anna University, Madras

4.Office bearers and organs of the Society:

  1. I.      President
  2. II.      Vice-President ( Executive)
  3. III.      Vice- President ( Academic)
  4. IV.      Secretary
  5. V.      Treasurer
  6. VI.      Editor ( News letter/News Bulletin/ Bulletin)
  7. VII.      2 Joint Secretaries ( Joint Secretary Executive, Joint Secretary Academics)
  8. VIII.      Executive Committee
  9. IX.      Expert Committee
  10. X.      General Body ( consisting of founder and Life members and Ordinary members of more than 3 years continuous standing)

5. Patrons:

  1. I.            All such persons who donate at least a sum of Rs. 50000/- to the Society may be elected as the Patrons of the Society by the General body on the recommendation of the Executive Committee.
  2. II.            Any person of eminence who has rendered meritorious and substantial service to the Society may be declared as the Patrons of the Society by the General body on the recommendation of the Executive Committee.
  3. III.            Directors / Heads of Organizations (ex-official), in which significant applications of mathematics have been made may be invited to become patrons.

6. Executive Committee:

The Executive Committee shall comprise:

 

  1. I.            President
  2. II.            The Vice Presidents
  3. III.            Secretary
  4. IV.            Treasurer
  5. V.            Two past Presidents
  6. VI.            Two past Secretaries

 

recommendation by the Executive   Committee for a period of the Executive Committee for a period of 4 years through postal ballet if necessary, he may be re-elected.

d)  Treasurer:- The treasurer shall be elected by the General Body on the recommendation of the Executive Committee for a period of 4 years through postal ballet if necessary, ordinarily he may not be re-elected.

e)  Joint Secretary:- Joint Secretary

(Executive) for a period of 3 years and Joint secretary (Academic) for a period of 3 years may be elected by the executive ii) 4Committee on the Joint recommendation of the President and the Secretary.

  1. f) Editor:- The Editor will be appointed by the Executive Committee for a period of 3years on the joint recommendation of the President and the Secretary
  2. g) Elected members of the Executive Committee :-

 

  1. I.      4 members under Clause 6(vii) will be elected by the founder members out of the names proposed and seconded by any two founder members through postal ballot.
  2. II.      4 members under Clause 6(vii) will be elected by the General Body out of the names proposed and seconded by any two member of the General Body.

The Secretary will conduct these elections.

9. Powers and Functions of Office bearers and Executive Committee:

a) President:-

  1. I.      The President shall preside over all the meetings of the General Body, executive Committee and Expert Committee. In the absence of the President, the Vice- President (Executive) will preside over the meetings.
  2. II.      He may on the recommendation of the Secretary appoint a person as one of the office bearers of the Society for a period not exceeding six months in case of casual vacancy.

 

Committee reason for his action.

e) Treasurer:-

  1. I.            The Treasurer shall prepare the annual budget of the Society in consultation with the President and Secretary and shall present in the meeting of Executive Committee and General body for approval.
  2. II.            He shall make sincere efforts to raise funds for the Society.
  3. III.            He shall perform other duties assigned by the executive committee.

f) Joint Secretary ( Academic);-

  1. I.            His term shall be co-terminus with the Secretary.
  2. II.            He shall be responsible to the Secretary for the performance of such duties as are delegated to him by the secretary.
    1. h) Executive Committee:- the following shall be the powers and functions of te Executive Committee:

 

  1. I.            To approve the programmes for realizating the aims and objectives of the Society.
  2. II.            To approve the steps for fund raising for achieving the objectives of the Society.
  3. III.            To approve the budget and submit the same to the General Body for approval.
  4. IV.            To control and manage all the moveable and immoveable property of the Society.
  5. V.            To approve regulations for acts which are not covered by the Constitution.

10. Meeting of the Executive Committee:

  1. The Executive Committee shall hold a meeting before the each meeting of the General body and shall meet ordinarily twice in a year.
  2. Seven members shall form the quorum for a meeting of the meeting of the Executive committee.
  3. The minutes of the meetings shall be kept by the secretary and in his absence by the joint secretary (Executive).

 

 

or their nominee duly approved by the Executive Committee.

II   A certain percentage to be decided by the Executive Committee every year shall be set apart for the building up of a permanent reserve fund.

b) Audit:

The account of the Society shall be audited annually by the Executive Committee.

14. Office of the Society and the area of its activities:

  1. The place of the Office of the Society shall be decided by the Executive Committee and till such time it shall be in the Office of Professor A. H. Siddiqi, Department of Mathematics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202002, and India.
  2. The activities of the Society will be spread throughout Indian Territory. It shall have academics collaborations with sister organizations, International Bodies and advanced centers in other countries.
  3. The expenditure of office staff be decided by the Executive Committee on the recommendation of the President and the Seceretary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. IV.      To establish cooperation between such organizations and advanced centers for this field area like ICTP, Trieste, Italy, National institute of Numerical Analysis, Paria, Institute of mathematics Applications,       U. S. A. , Research Institute, Montreal, Canada, European Consortium of Industrial Mathematics, INRIA France, Centers for Industrial Mathematics in Kaiserslautern, Oxford, Linz etc.
  2. V.      . To identify frontline research areas which are of vital importance from  applications point of view and to organize seminars/ symposium/ conference/ workshops for the benefit of academicians from developing countries, especially from our subcontinent through the financial support of Indian funding agencies and that of International funding agencies like UNESCO, IAEO, ICTP and Third World Academy

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3. Members:

There are following categories of Member

  1. I. Founder Members
  2. II. Life Members
  3. III. Ordinary Members
  4. IV. Session Members
  5. V. Honorary Members 

All persons, who have joined the Society before 30th January, 1991, by paying a fee of Rs. 150/- will be called Founder members *. A person who will join the Society after 30th January, 1991,by paying a fee of Rs. 200/- will be a life member unless majority of the founder members do not object to his membership. Any person having interest in the aims and objective of the Society can become an Ordinary member by paying a fee of Rs. 40/- annually. A person who joins the Society during its conferences/ meetings by paying an amount of Rs. 20/- will be called a Session member. The Executive Committee may invite any eminent scholar to become a life member of the Society. If the Person concern accepts the offer he Shall be called an Honorary members shall be maintained by the Secretary.

 

VII      4 members for 3 years duration to be elected by the founder members

VIII    4 members for 3 years duration to be elected by the General Body

 

7.Expert Committee:

The Expert Committee shall consist of :

 

  1. I.      President
  2. II.      Secretary
  3. III.      5 Active researchers in topics of current interest in applicable Mathematics working in India for a period of 3 years
  4. IV.      5 eminent researchers and senior academicians of developed countries working in the field of industrial application Mathematics for a period of 3 years.

The names under Clause (III) and (IV) will be decided by the Executive Committee out of names proposed by Founder and Honorary Members. The Experts Committee will recommend the themes for the academic activities to be undertaken by the Society. It will also be assigned the task to bring into the notice of the Society the areas which are attracting the attention of the leading contemporary mathematicians, scientists and Engineers who are interested in applications of Mathematics. Furthermore, this committee will suggest ways and means for promoting teaching and research in Industrial and Applicable Mathematics in India.

8. Election of Office bearers and Executive Committee:

  1. President:- The President shall be elected by the General Body, on the recommendation by the Executive Committee for a period of three years through postal ballet if necessary ordinarily he may be re-elected.
  2. Vice President:-2 Vice Presidents ( vice- President Executive and Vice- President Academic) for a period of 3 Years may be elected by the Executives Committee out of a panel of 6 names suggested by the President in consultation with the Secretary.
  3. Secretary:- The Secretary shall be elected by the General Body on the

 

III   He may direct the Secretary to convene a meeting of the Executive Committee, Expert Committee and General Body.

 

b) Vice president ( Executive) :-

  1. I.      The term of the Vice- President (Executive) shall be co-termination with the term of the President.
  2. II.      He shall exercise such powers as delegated by the President. He shall preside the meeting of the General body and Executive Committee in the absence of the President.

c) Vice- President ( Academic) :-

  1. I.      The term of the Vice president

(Academic) shall be co- termination with the term of the president.

  1. II.      He shall exercise such powers as delegated by the President. He shall preside the meeting of the Expert Committee in the absence of the President.
  2. d) Secretry:-
    1. I.            The Secretry shall convene meetings of the organs of the Society. 
    2. II.            He shall be responsible for the functioning of the Society to the General Body and the Executive Committee and shall keep the records of the Society. 
    3. III.            He shall initiate necessary steps in the consultation with the President and Treasurer and the approval of the executive Committee to raise funds for the Society. 
    4. IV.            He shall prepare plans and programmes to realize the aims and objectives of the Society, taking into account the recommendations of the Expert Committee, and in consultation with the president and shall present to the Executive Committee for its approval. 
    5. V.            In extra ordinary situation and in the best interest of the Society he shall have the power to take such action on behalf of the Executive Committee as he deems necessary in case of extra ordinary situation with the approval of the President and report to the next meeting of the  concerned body/

 

d)    A meeting of the executive Committee shall be convened by the Secretary in consultation with the President on a notice of at least 10 days and the agenda for the meeting shall be circulated along- with the notice.

  1. An emergent meeting of the executive committee by the Secretary in consultation with the president on 3 days notice. For emergent meeting of quorum may be of five members.

11. Functions and meeting of the General Body:-

  1. a) The General body shall elect President, Secretary and Treasurer on the recommendation of the Executive Committee. 
  2. b) It shall elect 4 members of the Executive Committee. 
  3. c) The General Body shall approve Annual Budget Of the Society. 
  4. d) The Secretary in consultation with the President shall issue notice alongwith the agenda for a meeting of the General Body at Least a month notices in advance. 
  5. e) The emergent meeting may be called at a notice of 10 days. 
  6. f) 40 members shall form the quorum in the ordinary meeting while for emergent meeting the quorum shall bee7. 

12. Budget and  Annual Report:

Budget: The Annual Budget of the Society shall be Prepared by the Treasurer in consultation with the President and Secretary and shall be duly approved by the Executive Committee and General Body.

Annual Report:

I     The Annual report shall be prepared by the Secretary and be placed before the Executive Committee and the General Body for approval.

II    The Annual Report shall include details of academic activities of the Society, list of patrons, donors, life member and ordinary members etc.

13. Finances and Audit:

a) Finances:-

  1. I. The funds of the Society shall be kept in a scheduled bank by Secretary and Treasurer or their nominee and shall be operated by Secretary and Treasurer 

 

 

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