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  • The Executive Committee (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Committee’) shall consist of the President, Senior Vice President, Eight Vice Presidents, four ex-officio, Vice Presidents, Honorary Secretary General, One Honorary Secretary – Tournaments, One Honorary Secretary – Coaching & Development, One Honorary Treasurer, Eight Joint Secretaries, Technical Adviser, and not more than 16 members of the Executive Committee elected from among General Council members.
  • The Committee shall exercise the following powers:
    • Ensure that all the affairs of the Association, the provisions of the constitution, the regulations and the Bye-Laws of the Association, are complied with in all respects.
    • Sanction and control expenditure in accordance with the budget approved by the Council and shall generally supervise and conduct the business of the Association.
    • The Committee shall hear and decide all questions submitted to it. All its decisions shall be complied forth with, but an appeal may be filed with the Council by any member who is dissatisfied with the decision of the Committee within 30 days from the date of the communication of the decision.
    • Appoint sub committees as deemed necessary.
    • Frame by-laws in accordance with and not repugnant with the Memorandum and Rules of the Association.
    • To print, publish and circulate rules, periodicals or leaflets profile, DVPs or VCDs, contract web sites etc. in furtherance of the aims and objects of the Association.
    • To impose and enforce penalties for any violation of the Association Rules by affiliated units, officials and / or individuals.
    • To declare any player on evidence as a professional or to reinstate as an amateur.
    • To conduct enquiry on any affiliated unit, player or official and call for all papers connected with the enquiry.
    • To enforce standardisation of constitution of the affiliated units in line with the rules and bye-laws of the Association except in respect of composition of the Executive Committee.
    • Employ such staff including a paid Assistant Secretary, as it may deem fit, for the smooth working of the Association and fix their remuneration and term of service.
    • Fill in any vacancy that may occur in the Committee during its tenure.
  • The Committee shall ordinarily meet three times in a year and often, if necessary.
  • Members of the Committee not attending two of its meetings consecutively without leave of absence, in writing, will automatically cease to be members of the Committee.
  • A Meeting of the Executive Committee shall each year be held after the Annual General Meeting at the same venue.
  • The Agenda for the meeting after the AGM shall inter-alia include the following:
    • Confirmation of the minutes of the last meeting,
    • Such other matters as may be brought forward with the permission of the Chair.
  • The agenda for the 2nd Meeting in July/ August shall inter alia will include the following:
    • Confirmation of the minutes of the last meeting,
    • Appointment of sub-Committee,
    • Such other matters as may be brought forward with the permission of the Chair.
  • The time and place for a subsequent meeting shall be fixed by the Hon. Secretary in consultation with the President, BAI and if it is not possible, by Executive Committee.
  • The quorum for such meetings shall be seven.
  • Copies of the proceedings of the meeting shall be sent to all the members of the Committee and affiliated organisation within one month of the date of the meeting.
  • In the interval between two meetings of the Committee, action might be taken, if the President or Honorary General Secretary so desires, after consulting the members by post or Fax or e-mail or telegram, and in every such case the votes so taken, shall be recorded by the Honorary General Secretary and will have the same force as the decisions taken at a regular meeting.
  • Any member of the Executive Committee desirous of raising any matter at a forth coming meeting of the Executive Committee shall give one month notice to one of the Honorary General Secretary prior to the meeting and the subject matter of such notice along with the name of the proposer shall appear on the agenda of the meeting.

With a view to professionalize management of the Association, an Executive Board (EB) will take collective decisions on day to day basis to ensure smooth conduct of tournament calendar, coaching and international participation. The EB will comprise of President, Hony. Secretary General, Honorary Secretary- Tournaments, Honorary Secretary – Coaching & Development, Chief National Coach, Two Advisors and one Chief Operating Officer (will be nominated by the Executive Committee).
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