To set the agenda and to chair the Committee meetings;
Monitor committee and association activities
To take the final decision on various matters, in which the committee fails to take an unanimous decision, but to the satisfaction of the majority in the committee;
To represent International Maritime Club on various maritime affairs;
To set targets for the development of International Maritime Club.
Select an attorney, an auditor, insurance agent and other professionals for the association
Keep books of account as necessary and give a true and fair view of the state of finances of the club;
Keep all returns as required by law in relation to accounts to be rendered at the due time;
Prepare an Annual Balance Sheet as on 31.03 in each year. Balance sheet (and accounts as necessary) to be audited at least once annually and shall thereafter cause the same to be mailed to the members at least fourteen days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.
Auditors will be appointed at the Annual General Meeting each year appropriately;
The Auditors shall audit the accounts (and Annual Balance Sheet) of the club when called upon to do so and shall give such certificate of assurance as to the accuracy of the said accounts as required by law or by the Committee;
If either is unwilling or unable to act, they shall inform the Committee to appoint a substitute to hold office until the termination of the next Annual General Meeting.
The Working Committee herein sometimes referred to as The Committee shall consist of the Founding President and his associates who shall continue in the post for 2 years or till IMC reaches the set target of 365 members.
The Committee shall make such Byelaws and Regulations as it shall from time to time think fit and shall arrange the same to be published and mailed to the members of the club within a month before the date of implementation.
The Committee may appoint such sub-committees as it may deem necessary and may delegate powers as it may think fit upon such terms and conditions as shall be deemed expedient and/or required by the law. Sub-committees shall consist of members of the Committee or of IMC as the Committees may think fit. Officer Bearers of IMC shall be ex-officio members of such subcommittees.
The Committee, or any person or sub-committee delegated by the Committee to act as agent for the club or its members, shall enter into contract only as far as expressly authorized, or authorized by implication, by the members.
In pursuance of the authority vested in the Committee by members of the club, members of the Committee are entitled to be indemnified by the members of the club against any liabilities properly incurred by them or any one of them on behalf of the club wherever the contract is of a duly authorized nature or could be assumed to be of a duly authorized nature and entered into on behalf of the club
The Committee may nominate Honorary Members during Annual General Meetings or as the Committee may think fit. The total of such honorary members shall not, however, at any time, exceed 10.
An Annual General Meeting of the club shall be held each year in the month on a date to be fixed by the Committee. The General Secretary shall inform the members at least three months before the date of such meeting via post or deliver to each member notice hereof and of the business to be brought forward thereat.
No business, except the passing of the Accounts and the election of the Officers, Committee, and Honorary Auditors, and any business that the Committee may order to be inserted in the notice convening the meeting shall be discussed unless notice thereof be given in writing by a member to the General Secretary at least 30 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.
The Committee may at any time, upon giving thirty days notice in writing, call an extra ordinary General Meeting of the club for any special business, the nature of which shall be stated in the summons convening the meeting, and the discussion at such meeting shall be confined to the business stated in the notice sent to members.
The Committee shall similarly call a General Meeting upon a written request addressed to the General Secretary by at least 5% of members. The discussion at such meeting shall be confined to the business stated in the notice sent to members.
At every meeting of the club the President, or in his absence, the Vice President shall preside. In the absence of both of them the General Secretary shall preside. In the absence of all the three a Chairman elected by those present shall preside.