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EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS

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DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Each officer shall exercise all functions naturally and conveniently arising from the incidental to his office in addition to performing any duty which may be assigned to him by the President, the Executive Committee or the general house and specifically the following duties:

 

a.    The President
He shall be the society’s Chief Executive and shall preside at all meetings of the society. He shall direct, control and co-ordinate other members of the Executive Committee and formulate policies with other executives. The President shall endorse minutes of every meeting after they have been read by the General Secretary and adopted by the general house. He shall be a signatory to all the society’s accounts. He shall have powers to summon emergency meetings. He shall serve as secretary to the Board of Trustees.
b.    The Vice-President
He shall deputize for the President in his absence and carry out any other assignment given him by the President, the Executive Committee or the general house.
c.    The Secretary General
The General Secretary shall head the secretariat and co-ordinate all the secretarial activities of the society. He shall have custody of all official documents. He shall record all minutes of the shortcomings. He shall perform all other functions as may be assigned to him by the President, the Executive Committee or the general house.
d.    The Assistant Secretary General
He shall deputize for the secretary-General in his absence and carry out any other functions he may be assigned by the President, the Executive Committee or the general house.
e.    The Treasurer
The treasurer shall keep all monies received by the society and shall pay the same into the society’s accounts within 24 hours of receipt. He shall be the custodian of the society’s account passbook and shall produce the same at every general meeting for inspection. He shall always keep an impress account as directed by the Executive Committee.
f.    The Editor
He shall take charge of co-coordinating the Society’s publications, collect, collate and assemble articles and papers for publication and distribution on behalf of the society.

g.    The Associate Editor
He shall deputize for the Editor in his absence and carry on any other assignments he may assigned, by the President, Executive Committee or the general house.