NATIONAL PARA LEGAL VOLUNTEERS WELFARE ASSOCIATION

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NATIONAL PARA LEGAL VOLUNTEERS WELFARE ASSOCIATION # 2068,
Vill. Burail, Sector 45-A, Chandigarh.

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION


1. NAME :- PARA LEGAL VOLUNTEERS WELFARE ASSOCIATION
2. REGISTERED OFFICE :- # 2068, Vill. Burail, Sector 45-A, Chandigarh
3. AREA OF OPERATION :- All India.
4. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES :

Main aims and objectives of the Association are:

1. To protect the interests and rights of all members of the Association.
2. To arrange for Group Life Insurance for the members in case of accidental/ natural death.
3. To arrange for Medical Group Insurance for treatment of its members.
4. To serve the society at large under the aegis of State Legal Services Authority/ National Legal Services Authority.
5. To create sense of brotherhood, cooperation, mutual harmony love and affection amongst the members of the Association and general public.
6. To take up effective, reasonable and lawful steps for the solution of problems relating to members of the Association and general public.
7. To organise family welfare camps i.e. family welfare educational camps. Human vaccination for children & other programmes related to family welfare activities.
8. To arrange for providing manpower on contractual basis to different government departments, semi government departments and private organizations.
9. To do welfare work for Animals & birds with the help of govt, voluntary organisations & any other sources which will be available at that time i.e. vaccination of small animal and prevention of cruelly to animals, etc.
10. To help the Poor Women/Widows/Orphan Girls/destitute women & their welfare work by giving them small training.
11. To provide shelter to the Poor Women/Widows/Orphan Girls/destitute women.
12. To provide shelter to the Destitute Senior Citizens.
13. To provide shelter to Destitute Children & Disabled Persons
14. To protect the Human right of all Citizens irrespective of their caste, color and creed.
15. To create a sense of brotherhood co-operation, mutual harmony, love and affection amongst the members of the society and also amongst the general public.
16. To create awareness among the poor and weaker sections of society against untouchability and their constitutional rights, right to work for livelihood under law and provides help to be a good citizen of India and to work for the welfare of society and for the country.
17. To organize blood donation, eye donation and free medical camps for the poorer sections of the society.
18. To render all possible help in case of any natural calamity i.e. earthquake, flash floods, famine or in case of any other emergency.
19. To take up effective but reasonable steps for the eradication of social evils such as dowry system, wastage of money in various functions, Use of drugs and narcotics, Child marriage and labour, etc.
20. To teach music both vocal and instrumental etc. and to provide technical training and Computer education to poor and weaker sections of society.
21. To give financial assistance in the marriage of the girls and schoolings of the wards of the poorer sections of the society.
22. To provide social and economic help to poor needy people.
23. To promote Self Help Groups (SHGs) for their mutual benefits.
24. To establish/open Charitable Schools/Colleges for the benefit of under privileged students and general public.
25. To establish/open Charitable Hospitals for the benefit of general public.
26. To form committees and sub-committees for the fulfillment of the aims and objectives of the Association.
5. AIMS AND OBJECTS ANCILLARY TO THE ACHIVEMENT OF MAIN OBJECTS:-
1. To acquire by purchase, donations, gifts or otherwise any movable and/or immovable properties, rights, interest and titles in the interest of the Association and its objects and to manage them.
2. To raise funds for carrying on the activities of the Association.
3. To do all things as are incidental and conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.
6. OTHER IMPORTANT CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO BE FULFILLED UNDER THE SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT 1860
i) The income and property of the Association shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objectives of the Association as set forth in the Memorandum of Association and no portion, thereof, shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly to the members of the Association.
ii) No members of the body of the Association shall be appointed to any salaried office of the Association, or any office of the Association paid by fees that no remuneration shall be given by the Association to any member of such governing body except repayment of out of the pocket expenses and interest on money lent or spent for the premises/demises of the Association.
iii) The Association by its constitution is required to apply its profits and any other income in promoting its objectives.
iv) If upon the windings up or dissolution of the Association, there remains after realization of its debts and liabilities any property whatsoever the same shall not be paid to or distributed among the members of the Association, but shall be given or transferred to some other institutions having objectives similar to the objectives of the Association to be determined by the members of the Association at or before the time of dissolution.
v) In case of any dispute or litigation etc. the jurisdiction of Chandigarh courts shall be binding on Association.

7. The management of the affairs of the Association is entrusted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Association to a governing body of which the first members are:
Photo Name , Father's Name Address/mobile Occupation Designation Signature
Naresh Kumar Chalia S/o Sh. Mohinder Singh R/o #2684/2, Sector 44- C, Chandigarh M.No. 9781999192 Self Institute & Volunteer in SLSA Chandigarh 9781999192 President
Younis Iqbal Najar Hari Utnu, Baramula (Jammu Kashmir) M.No. 9596226636 Pvt. Job & Volunteer in DLSA J& K Vice President
Mustfa Khan #1/159, N.E.B. Housing Board, Daudpur Fatak, Alwar (Rajasthan) M.No. 9610561156 Social Worker & Volunteer in DLSA Rajasthan Vice President
Jasvir Singh # 9, Type NFH, Sector 12, PGI Campus, Chandigarh M.No. 9914488447 Job & Social Worker General Secretary
Archana Pawar #265, P.H.No. 55, Gram Kosmi, Post Temni, Betul (Madhya Pradesh) M.No. 8085244116 Volunteer in DLSA Betul (MP) Joint Secretary
Narapati Brahma Vill. Mahanpur, P.O. Bishmuri, Kokrajhar (Assam) M.No. 9678289757 Pvt. Job & Volunteer in DLSA Assam Joint Secretary
Reena Rani #3039/36, Gurdev Nager, Sirhind, Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjab) M.No. 8729000340 Volunteer in DLSA Punjab Finance Secretary
Anil Gill Vill. Badhawar(19), Hissar (Haryana) M.No. 9467709150 Volunteer in DLSA Haryana Secretary
Poonam Gaud Mansa Nagar, Sadar, Betul, Madhya Pradesh M.No. 9039772142 Volunteer in DLSA Betul Madhya Pradesh Secretary
Mamta Kha H.No. 348, Sector 9-D, Chandigarh M.No. 7889255835 Volunteer in SLSA Chandigarh Secretary
Paras Talwar H. No. 2118, Sector 15 – C, Chandigarh M.No. 9855918282 Advocate Punjab & Haryana High Court Legal Advicer
Jyoti Upreti H.No. 4, Kasipur Jaspur Khurd, Sai Colony, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttrakhand M.No. 8630868540 Volunteer in DLSA Uttrakhand Executive Member

The above mentioned persons whose names, addresses and occupation are given in the first instance will be the members of the Association to be got registered under the societies registration Act, 1860 not for profit but to pursue the Memorandum of Association and the Rules and Regulations of the Association.
Certified to be true copy of Memorandum
Place : Chandigarh
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