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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 11 - Member absenting himself from two consecutive meetings of the Board.

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 11.

    Member absenting himself from two consecutive meetings of the Board:-


    Any member, who without the permission of the Chairperson, absents himself from two consecutive meetings of the Board will be liable to be removed from membership of the Board by the Central Government.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 12 - Removal of members

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.-12.

    Removal of members:


    The Central Government shall remove a member from the Board –

    (a) If he is an undischarged insolvent; or
    (b) If he is convicted of any offence involving moral turpitude.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.-13 - Election of members of the Standing Committee

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    Rule no.- 13.

    Election of members of the Standing Committee:-


    (1) The Chairperson or in his absence the Vice-Chairperson or in the absence of both, the member presiding, shall, at a meeting of the Board at which it is proposed to elect members of the Standing Committee under Section 6(2) of the Act, invite the members present to propose and second candidates from among the members of the Board for election to the Standing Committee. A member whose name has been proposed by a member of the Board and duly seconded by another member will be a candidate for election to the Standing Committee provided that he has given his consent orally or in writing.

    (2) If the number of candidates is less than or equal to the number of vacancies to be filled in all the candidates shall be declared elected to the Standing Committee.

    (3) If the number of candidates exceeds the number of vacancies to be filled in, each member of the Board present at the meeting shall be given a ballot paper containing the names of all the candidates and he shall be required to cast his votes thereon in such manner as may be determined by the Board for as many candidates as there are vacancies to be filled in. Not more than one vote shall be given in favour of any one candidate. If any member votes for more candidates than there are vacancies or gives more than one vote in favour of any one candidate, all his votes shall be deemed to be invalid.

    (4) The candidates getting the highest number of votes shall be declared at the meeting, or as soon thereafter as possible, as elected to the Standing Committee.

    (5) In the case of an equal division of votes, the Chairperson or in his absence the Vice-Chairperson or in the absence of both the member presiding over the meeting, shall have a second or casting vote.

    (6) If any question shall arise as to the validity of any election, it shall be referred to the Chairperson whose decision in the matter shall be final.

    (7) A member of the Standing Committee shall be a member thereof for one year or for so long he is a member of the Board, whichever period is less, but shall be eligible for re-election.

    (8) In the event of a vacancy arising in the Standing Committee soon after the Annual General Meeting of the Central Silk Board in any year the Chairperson may, at his discretion, request the members of the Board by post to propose candidates from among the members of the Board to fill up the vacancy.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 14 - Maintenance of office

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 14.

    Maintenance of office:-


    The Board shall maintain an office for the transaction of its business and may open branch offices, should necessity arise.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 15 - Records of business.

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 15.

    Records of business:-
    A record shall be maintained of all business transacted by the Board or by the Standing Committee.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 16 - Meetings of the Board and the Standing Committee

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 16.

    Meetings of the Board and the Standing Committee:-
    Not less than one meeting of the Board and not less than two meetings of the Standing Committee shall be held in each financial year.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 17 - Notice of meetings and list of business.

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 17.

    Notice of meetings and list of business:-


    (1) The Secretary shall decide, in consultation with the Chairperson or the Vice-Chairperson, the date, time and place of every meeting of the Board or of the Standing Committee. A notice of not less than 21 days from the date of posting shall ordinarily be given to every member for a meeting of the Board. A notice of not less than 10 days from the date of posting shall ordinarily be given to every member for a meeting of the Standing Committee. Such notice shall be sent to every member by registered post. A list of business proposed to be transacted shall accompany the notice. If it is necessary to convene an emergency meeting of the Board or of the Standing Committee, at least one week’s notice shall be given to each member of the Board or the Standing Committee, as the case may be.

    (2) No business other than that for which a meeting is convened shall be considered at the meeting except with the permission of the Chairperson or in his absence the Vice-Chairperson or in the absence of both the member presiding over the meeting.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 18 - Provision for presiding over meetings

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    Rule no.- 18.

    Provision for presiding over meetings:-
    The Chairperson or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairperson shall preside over the meetings of the Board or the Standing Committee. In the absence of both, the members present shall elect one amongst themselves to preside.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 19 - Quorum for meetings

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    Rule no.- 19.

    Quorum for meetings:-


    (1) Twelve members shall form the quorum for meetings of the Board and three members shall form the quorum for meetings of the Standing Committee.

    (2) If at any meeting there is not sufficient number of members present to form the quorum, the Chairperson or in his absence the Vice- Chairperson or in the absence of both the members presiding may adjourn the meeting to a date not later than 7 days from the date of the adjourned meeting and it shall thereupon be lawful to dispose of the business, at such an adjourned meeting irrespective of the number of members attending.

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    Thumbs up The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955 - Rule no.- 20 - Disposal of business.

    The Central Silk Board Rules, 1955

    Rule no.- 20.

    Disposal of business:-


    (1) Every question, which may come up before the Board or the Standing Committee at any meeting, shall be decided by a majority of votes of the members present and voting on that question. No
    member shall vote by proxy.

    (2) In the case of an equal division of votes, the Chairperson or in his absence, the Vice-Chairperson or in the absence of both the member presiding shall have a second or casting vote.

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