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Sun, 2010-12-12
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 20:36

Rtr. Smreeti Shrestha attended regular meeting of Rotary Club of Yala in Bronco Billy from 9 A. M. - 10:30 A. M. There was information sharing about IDYEP team arriving from Bangalore and about the Welcome and Fellowship party which was going to be given to them. Rotary Club of Jawalakhel sponsored Rs. 2000. Also Intr. Akchendra Jha from Interact Club of Jawalakhel had participated in College Ambassador and came in top 10 and everyone were requested to vote for him.

Fri, 2010-12-10
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 22:04

Zonal meeting of clubs of zone 4 was held in National Children School, Kanibahal. In the meeting, there was a discussion about IDEYP and 3rd District Conference. It was decided that Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel along with its Parent Rotary club are going to welcome IDEYP visitors. Rtr. Smreeti Shrestha will be hosting two IDEYP visitors in her residence.

Thu, 2010-12-09
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 20:41

Rotary Club of Jawalakhel had hosted "Fellowship and Interaction Program" jointly with guest Rotarians of Rotary Club belonging to Netherland. There was a discussion on how both clubs can support each other for projects and events. Rtr. Smreeti Shrestha attended the meeting from Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel.

Sun, 2010-12-05
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 20:40

Rotary Club of Jawalakhel had their regular meeting in Bronco Billy, Pulchowk where club project discussion was done. Rtr. Sumitra Khanal attended the meeting from Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel.

Sat, 2010-12-04
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 20:39

'YOUTH SPORTS MELA' was organized by 'Equal Access','UNICEF' and Rotary International' in partnership marking the disability day .The program was designed in a way where each one will learn with fun,like wheel chair race, blind folded musical chair etc games are included so that you will be able to empathize the differently able people, besides its also features cultural program with various message conveying stalls. The event took place in Madan Smarak School, Lalitpur. Rtr. Sumitra Khanal, Rtr. Subin Shrestha, Rtr. Manisha Mandal and Rtr Deepak Kumar Mandal volunteered in the Sports Mela from Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel.

Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Sunday, May 22, 2011 - 09:16

About Rotaract

Rotaract is one of a series of youth programmes created by Rotary International, which focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces by training and community service, locally and worldwide.

Rotaract was founded in 1968 by Rotary International, a worldwide association of service-minded business and professional leaders. Today there are more than 7,500 Rotary-sponsored Rotaract Clubs in some 156 countries around the world, with over 173,000 members. "Rotaract" stands for "Rotary in Action". And although this action was created in 1968, it had many earlier predecessors such as the "20/30 Clubs" and the "Round Table Clubs".

Most Rotaract activities take place at the club level. Rotaract clubs hold formal meetings, usually every two weeks, which feature speakers, special outings, social activities, discussions or visits to other clubs. Club members get together on designated days for service project work, social events, or professional/leadership development workshops. The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.

The goals of Rotaract are:

  1. To develop professional and leadership skills;
  2. To emphasize respect for the rights of others, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity of all useful occupations;
  3. To provide opportunities for young people to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world;
  4. To provide opportunities for working in cooperation with sponsoring Rotary clubs;
  5. To motivate young people for eventual membership in Rotary.

Rotaract members are 18-30 years of age and are also known as Rotaractors.

Rotaract District

District 3292

Our Club

Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel was chartered on June 30, 2006. Despite being a new club, RCJ has been actively involved. Our members consist of students and jobholders, most of them being engineers.

Our Country

Nepal's culture is greatly influenced by its music, architecture, religion and literature. Your first sight of Nepal may leave you speechless, the great quantities of temples, churches, monasteries and other religious buildings, the hurly-burly in the streets and the number of people and animals socializing on every corner of the narrow cobble-stone lanes.

Locality

Lalitpur is a city of fine arts. It is situated about 5 km south-east of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Lalitpur is an ancient little city that is jam-packed with interesting history and heritage, epitomized by the Buddhist monuments and Hindu temples. The diversity of the medieval culture that allowed both Hinduism and Buddhism to flourish has left a rich legacy of impressive sightseeing in this city for today's visitors.

Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, August 10, 2011 - 16:23

Board Members



Office Bearers:  
Charter President / Past President Rtr. Srijan Shrestha
Past President Rtr. Ashish Awale
Past President Rtr. Pranish Pradhan
Past President Rtr. Sneha  Basnet
Immediate Past President Rtr. Smreeti Shrestha
President Rtr. Amul Regmi
Vice President Rtr. Pratik Man Singh Pradhan
Secretary Rtr. Mahima Joshi
Treasurer Rtr. Ashish Keyal
   
Directors:  
Club Service Rtr. Rajendra Ranjitkar
Community Service Rtr. Sajana Shrestha
Professional Development Rtr. Gebish Bajracharya
International Service Rtr. Saugat Shrestha
SAP Area Rtr. Rabindra Shakya
   
Others  
Editor Rtr. Sumitra Khanal
Sergeant-at-arms Rtr. Shubhankar Sharma
Partner in Service Rtr. Juben Bhaukajee
Public Relation Rtr. Bibek Bajracharya
   

General Members

  • Rtr. Abishesh Joshi
  • Rtr. Poojan Shrestha
  • Rtr. Shailesh Man Singh
  • Rtr. Sudin Kumar Maharjan
  • Rtr. Ashish Shakya
  • Rtr. Suraj Kumar Singh
  • Rtr. Nima Lama (Lepcha)
  • Rtr. Insha Malla
  • Rtr. Shreeya Shakya
  • Rtr. Sandeep Shakya
  • Rtr. Himlona Palikhe
  • Rtr. Karun B. Bajracharya
  • Rtr. Nishchal Shrestha
  • Rtr. Sudeep Karanjeet
  • Rtr. Apsara Shahi
  • Rtr. Rajendra Ranjitkar
  • Rtr. Sunil Sharma
  • Rtr. Raju Shakya
  • Rtr. Saughat Joshi
  • Rtr. Shristi Shrestha
Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Thursday, December 8, 2011 - 01:13
 
Rtr. Srijan Shrestha

 
 

Post: Charter President / Past President
Email: 
shrestha.srijan@gmail.com

Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: Monday, February 7th, 1983 A. D. ( Magh 24, 2039 B. S. )

Job: Electronics and communication engineer - Entrepreneur & Sales and Marketing
Career Focus: Entrepreneur
Hobbies: Sports, Traveling, Connecting with friends....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Ashish Awale
Ashish
 

Post: Past President
Email:
ashishawale@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.: January 21st, 1986 A. D.
Job:--
Career Focus:
 Health Care Manager
Hobbies:--
Profile Page Link(s):--

 
Rtr. Pranish Pradhan

 
 

Post: Past President
Email: 
pranesh_pradhan@hotmail.com

Blood Group: B +ve
D. O. B.: Tuesday, December 31st, 1985 A. D. (Poush 16, 2042 B. S.)

Education: B. E. Civil 3rd year
Career Focus: Civil Engineer
Hobbies: Being with friends, Travelling
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook, Hi5, Myspace, Twitter

 

 

Rtr. Sneha Basnet

 

 


Post: Past President
Email: 
snehabasnet100@hotmail.com 

Blood Group: B +ve
D. O. B.: Wednesday, February 25th 1987 A. D. ( Falgun 13, 2043 B. S. )
Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: Collocating nail paints....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 

 
Rtr. Smreeti Shrestha
 
 

Post: Immediate Past President
Email: 
smreetishrestha@hotmail.com

Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.: Friday, October 28th 1989 A .D. ( Kartik 12, 2046 B. S. )

Education/Job: B.Sc Microbiology
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: ----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

Rtr. Amul Regmi

Post: President
Email: amulregmi@gmail.com
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: 
Education/Job:
 
Career Focus: 
Hobbies: 
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook


Rtr. Pratik Man Singh Pradhan

 
 

Post: Vice President
Email: 
pmspratik@gmail.com
Blood Group: ----
D. O. B.: Tuesday, January 1st, 1990 A. D. ( Poush 17, 2046 B. S. )

Education: BSc Honors Degree in Multimedia
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: Photography, Web Surfing, Video Games....
Profile Page Link(s):- 
Facebook , Hi5, DeviantArt
 

Rtr. Mahima Joshi

Post: Secretary
Email: devilangel_mahima@hotmail.com
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: 
Education/Job:
 
Career Focus: 
Hobbies: 
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook


Rtr. Ashish Keyal
 

Post: Treasurer
Email:
Blood Group:
D. O. B.: 
Education/Job:
 
Career Focus: 
Hobbies: 
Profile Page Link(s):


Rtr. Rajendra Ranjitkar
 
 

Post: Club Service Director
Email: ryan_ranjit0007@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook
 


Rtr. Sajana Shrestha
 
 

Post: Community Service Director
Email:
sjn_shres@hotmail.com
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.:4th September
Education/Job: Bsc Nursing 4 Years
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s):
 


Rtr. Gebish Bajracharya
 
 

Post: Professional Development Director
Email:

Blood Group
D. O. B.:
Education/Job:
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s):
 

Rtr. Saugat Joshi
 

Post: International Service Director
Email: saughatjoshi@hotmail.com
Blood Group:----
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook
 

Rtr. Rabindra Shakya
 
 

Post: SAP Area Director
Email:
Blood Group:----
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s):
 

 
Rtr. Sumitra Khanal

 
 

Post: Editor
Email: fren_nextdoor@hotmail.com
Blood Group:----
D. O. B.: Monday, July 4th, 1988 A. D. ( Asadh 20, 2045 B. S. )
Education/Job: Bachelor in Information Management
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: Writing Novels, Reading Novels, Dancing....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

Rtr. Subhakar Sharma

 

 

Post: Sergent-at-arms
Email:
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.:
Education/Job:
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: ..
Profile Page Link(s):

Rtr. Juben Bahukaji

 

 

Post: Partner in Service
Email:
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.:
Education/Job:
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: ..
Profile Page Link(s):

Rtr. Bibek Bajracharya

 

 

Post: Public Relation
Email:
Blood Group:
D. O. B.:
Education/Job:
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: ..
Profile Page Link(s):

Rtr. Situ Shrestha

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
situ_sh@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.: Monday, January 30th, 1984 A. D. ( Magh 16, 2040 B. S. )

Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: Marketing
Hobbies: Plenty to explain....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 

 
   
 
 
Rtr. Bishwash Manandar
 
 

Post: General Member
Email:
 bishwas_manander@hotmail.com

Blood Group: 
D. O. B.: 
Education/Job:
 
Career Focus: 
Hobbies: 
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Subin Dhar Shrestha

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: subin.shresth@gmail.com
Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.: Saturday, October 27th, 1990 A. D.  ( Kartik 10, 2047 B. S. )
Education: Bachelors in Business Studies - 1st Year
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: Being with friends, watching animated videos, listening to music, watching movies......
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Niroj Gurung

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: niroj_gurung@hotmail.com
Blood Group: B +ve
D. O. B.: Monday, April 21st, 1986 A. D. ( Baisakh 8, 2043 B. S. )
Education/Job: BE Electronics and Communication
Career Focus: Communication / Network engineer
Hobbies: Surfing Youtube....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 

 
 
 
   
 
Rtr. Prabhat Dahal

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: yesprabhat@hotmail.com 
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.: Saturday, June 28th, 1987 A. D. ( Asadh 14, 2044 B. S. )
Education: BE Electronics and Communication
Career Focus: Mobile Technology / Networking / Optical Fiber Communication
Hobbies: Web, Novels, Movies, Cricket....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
   
 
   
 
   
 
Rtr. Abishesh Joshi

 


Post: General Member
Email: 
abishesh110@hotmail.com
Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.: Wednesday, May 12th 1982 A. D. ( Baisakh 29, 2039 B. S. )

Education: Bachelors in Computer Eng. 
Job: Engineering Manager at DZHawkeye Services Pvt. Ltd
Career Focus: IT Entrepreneurship, Wildlife Photographer
Hobbies: Traveling, Photography....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook, Flickr

 
Rtr. Poojan Shrestha 

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
poojans@hotmail.com
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: Thursday, August 26th, 1982 A. D. (Bhadra 10, 2039 B. S.)
Education:----
Career Focus: Software/Web Development
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Shailesh Man Singh 

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
shailesh_24@hotmail.com

Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: Friday, February 24th, 1984 A. D. ( Falgun 12, 2040  B. S. )
Education: BE computer
Career Focus: Software Development
Hobbies: Basketball, Movies, Parties, Music....
Profile Page Link(s): 
Facebook

 
   
 
Rtr. Sudin Kumar Maharjan

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
sudin_marjan@yahoo.com
Blood Group: B +ve
D. O. B.: Sunday, November 23rd, 1986 A. D. ( Mangshir 8, 2043 B. S. )

Education: Master in Management
Career Focus: Manager
Hobbies: Traveling....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Ashish Shakya

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
ashish.shakya@gmail.com
Blood Group: B +ve
D. O. B.: Sunday, January 13th, 1985 A. D. ( Poush 30, 2041 B. S. )

Education/Job: Software Programmer
Career Focus: Software Entrepreneur
Hobbies: Books, Basketball....
Profile Page Link(s): 
Facebook

 
Rtr. Suraj Kumar Singh

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
surajsingh909@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB + ve
D. O. B.: Saturday,  January 30th, 1988 A. D. ( Magh 16, 2044 B. S. )

Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: ----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Nima Lama (Lepcha)

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
beckham_nima@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.: Friday, November 14th, 1986 A. D. ( Kartik 28, 2043 B. S. )

Education: Masters in Management
Career Focus: Manager
Hobbies: Sleeping....
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Insha Malla
 

Post: General Member
Email: insha_moon@hotmail.com
Blood Group: A+ve
D. O. B.:

Education:
Career Focus:
Hobbies:
Profile Page Link(s): 
Facebook
 

 
Rtr. Shreeya Shakya

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: shreeya_nep@hotmail.com
Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.: Saturday,  July 16, 1983 A. D. ( Asadh 32, 2040 B. S. )
Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s):----

 
Rtr. Sandeep Shakya

 

 

Post: General Member
Email: sunnybunny@hotmail.com 
Blood Group:----
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s):----

 

 
Rtr. Himlona Palikhe

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: himlona@hotmail.com 
Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.: Friday, January 28th, 1983 A. D. ( Magh 14, 2039 B. S. )
Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Karun B. Bajracharya

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: b_karun@hotmail.com 
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: Sunday, March 3rd, 1985 A. D.  ( Falgun 20, 2041 B. S. ) 
Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Nischhal Shrestha

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: unexpected9@hotmail.com 
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.: Monday, March 28th 1983 A. D.  ( Chaitra 14, 2039 B. S. )
Education/Job: ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Sudeep Karanjit 

 
 

Post: General Member
Email: 
sudeep_karanjit@hotmail.com
Blood Group: AB +ve
D. O. B.: Sunday, December 9th, 1984 A. D. ( Mangshir 24, 2041 B. S. ) 

Education/Job: BE Electronics & Communication, Lecturer Kathmandu Engineering College, Engineer, Nepal Telecom
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies: 
Music, Literature.... 
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook

 
Rtr. Apsara Shahi
 

Post: General Member
Email: apsara_any@yahoo.com

Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.:

Education/Job:
Career Focus:
 
Hobbies:
Profile Page Link(s): 
Facebook

 

 
 
Rtr. Sunil Sharma
 

Post: General Member
Email: suneel081@hotmail.com
Blood Group: O +ve
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook
 

 
Rtr. Raju Shakya
 

Post: General Member
Email: theonlyraj.raju@gmail.com
Blood Group: 
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook
 

 
 
Rtr. Shristi Shrestha
 

Post: General Member
Email: shris_spencerlaa@hotmail.com
Blood Group: A +ve
D. O. B.:----
Education/Job:
 ---- 
Career Focus: ----
Hobbies:----
Profile Page Link(s): Facebook
 

 
 

 

Submitted by RCJawalakhel on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 - 07:02

ARTICLE I — Name

The name of this organization shall be the Rotaract Club of Jawalakhel

ARTICLE II — Purpose and Goals

The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.

Goals

The goals of Rotaract are:

  1. To develop professional and leadership skills
  2. To emphasize respect for the rights of others, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity of all usefuloccupations
  3. To provide opportunities for young people to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world
  4. To provide opportunities for working in cooperation with sponsoring Rotary clubs
  5. To motivate young people for eventual membership in Rotary.

ARTICLE III — Sponsorship

Rotary Club of Jawalakhel

1. The sponsor of this Rotaract club of Jawalakhel is the Rotary Club of Jawalakhel of which, through a committee of its Sponsor Rotarians, the number of which shall be determined by the club, shall provide guidance and have supportive responsibility for this Rotaract club. The continued well-being of this club shall depend on the continued active personal participation of the sponsoring Rotary club.

2. The basis of organization shall be young men and women residing, employed, or studying anywhere in the vicinity of the sponsoring Rotary club. Where a university or other institution of higher education is located within the vicinity of the sponsoring Rotary club, the student body of each institution may also be a basis of organization. This club is not a part of, and neither this club nor its members have any rights or privileges with respect to, the sponsoring Rotary club.

3. This club is a non-political, non-sectarian organization.

4. In the event that the sponsoring Rotary club is terminated, the governor of the Rotary district will seek to install another sponsoring Rotary club; if one cannot be found within 180 days, the Rotaract club will be terminated.

ARTICLE IV — Membership

Membership Qualitfication

1. The membership of this club shall consist of young men and women of good character and leadership potential between the ages of 18 and 30.* It is recommended, but not mandated, that there be a minimum of 15 charter members when chartering a new club.

2. The method of electing members of this club shall be determined by this club in consultation with the sponsoring Rotary club. The method of electing new members of university-based** Rotaract clubs shall have the approval of the appropriate authorities.

3. Each member of this Rotaract club shall attend at least 60% of the club’s regularly scheduled meetings annually, provided that absence from a regularly scheduled meeting of the club may be made up as follows: any member absent from a regular meeting of this club may make up such absence by attendance at a regular meeting of any other Rotaract club or any Rotary club on any day of the two weeks immediately preceding or fol lowing the day of the absence, or attendance and participation in a club service project or a club-sponsored community event or meeting authorized by the board.

4. All Rotary Foundation scholars, who are within the age guidelines adopted by the board for the Rotaract pro gram, shall be eligible for guest Rotaract club membership during the period of their study in another country.

5. Membership shall automatically terminate (a) upon failure to meet attendance requirements unless excused by the board of directors of this club for good and sufficient reason or (b) by termination of the club or (c) on 30 June of the Rotaract year in which the member becomes 30 years old.

6. Membership may be terminated (a) upon failure to continue to meet the qualifications for membership, or (b) for cause, as determined by this club by vote of not less than 2/3 of all the members in good standing.

*On 30 June of the Rotaract year in which the member becomes 30 years old his/her Rotaract membership will end.

** As used in this consitution, the term “university” is intended to include all institutions of higher education.

ARTICLE V — Meetings

Bimonthly Meetings

1. The club shall meet not less than twice per month, as provided in the by-laws, at a time and place suited to the convenience of the members.

2. The board of directors shall meet as provided in the by-laws.

3. Rotary International recommends each sponsoring Rotary club to designate one or more members of its club to attend the meeting(s) of its Rotaract club(s) at least once a month.

4. Meetings of the club and of the board of directors may be cancelled during holiday or vacation periods at the discretion of the board of directors. The board may cancel a regular meeting if it falls on a legal holiday or in case of the death of a club member, an epidemic, a disaster affecting the whole community, or an armed conflict in the community that endangers the lives of the club members. The board may cancel not more than four regular meetings in a year for causes not otherwise specified herein provided that this club does not fail to meet for more than three consecutive meetings.

5. Minutes of the meetings of the club and board of directors shall be provided to the chairman of the sponsor Rotary club’s Rotaract committee within two weeks after each meeting is held.

ARTICLE VI — Officers and Directors

Governing Body

1. The officers of this club shall be a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and such additional officer(s) as may be provided in the by-laws.

2. The governing body of this club shall be a board of directors composed of the president, immediate past presi dent, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and additional directors whose number shall be determined by this club, all to be elected from among the members in good standing. All decisions, policies, and actions of the board and of the club shall be subject to the provisions of this constitution and policy established by Rotary Interna tional and its members.

If university-based, this club shall be subject to the same regulations and policies established by the appropriate authorities for all student organizations and extracurricular activities of the university.

The board of directors shall have general control over all officers and committees and may, for good cause, de clare any office vacant. It shall constitute a board of appeals from the rulings of all officers and actions of all committees.

3. Elections of officers and directors shall be held annually prior to 1 March by methods compatible with local customs and procedures, but in no case shall more than simple majority of the members present and in good standing be required for elections. All Rotaract club presidents and district representatives who reach the age of 30 during the term of office may serve one additional year as immediate past president or immediate past district representative, to provide continuity in leadership.

The term of office of all officers and directors shall be one year. No provisions shall be made for a term of of fice shorter than one year except with the permission of the sponsoring Rotary club.

4. All incoming Rotaract club officers, directors, and committee chairmen shall be provided with leadership training from the district Rotaract committee* in conjunction with the RI district Rotaract committee.**

*District Rotaract committee (composed of Rotaractors)

** RI district Rotaract committee (composed of Rotarians)

ARTICLE VII — Activities and Projects

Objective

1. Within the limits prescribed in Section 1 of Article III, this club shall be responsible for planning, organizing, financing, and conducting its own activities and shall itself supply money, manpower, and creative imagina tion necessary thereto, except in the case of joint projects or activities undertaken in cooperation with other or ganizations, such responsibility shall be shared with such other organization(s).

2. This club shall undertake among its activities at least two major service projects annually, one to serve the com munity and the other to promote international understanding, and each shall involve all or most of the mem bers of the club.

3. This club shall provide for a professional development program for its members.

4. It is the responsibility of the club to raise the funds necessary to carry out its program. It shall not solicit or ac cept more than occasional or incidental financial assistance from the sponsoring Rotary club, nor shall it make general solicitation from Rotary clubs other than its sponsoring Rotary club or from other Rotaract clubs; norshall it solicit financial assistance from individuals, businesses, or organizations in the community without giv ing something of value in return. All funds raised for service projects must be expended for that purpose.

ARTICLE VIII — Committees

5 Committees

1. There shall be provided in the by-laws of this club the following standing committees; club service, international service, community service, professional development, finance, and such other standing committees as may be deemed necessary or convenient for the administration of the club.

2. The president, with the approval of the board, may appoint such special committees as he/she may deem nec essary, citing their duties at the time of appointment. All such special committees shall lapse upon the comple tion of their duties, upon discharge by the appointing president, or with the end of his/her term of office, whichever occurs first.

ARTICLE IX — Fees

1. Each sponsoring Rotary club upon organization of a new Rotaract club shall be required to pay an RI Rotaract organization fee equivalent to US$50 with the “Rotaract Club Organization List.”

2. Any fees, dues, or assessments on the membership of the club shall be nominal and shall only be for the pur pose of meeting the administrative costs of the club. Funds for activities and projects undertaken by the club shall be raised apart from such fees, dues, or assessments and shall be placed into a separate account. A thor ough audit by a qualified person shall be made once each year of all the club’s financial transactions.

ARTICLE X — Acceptance of Constitution and By-Laws

Constitution

Every member of the club, by acceptance of membership, thereby accepts the principles of Rotaract as expressed in its purpose and goals and agrees to comply with the constitution and by-laws of this club, and on these conditions alone is entitled to the privileges of the club. No member shall be absolved from the observance of the constitution and by-laws on the plea that a copy of them has not been received.

ARTICLE XI — Standard By-Laws

The club shall adopt the “Standard Rotaract Club By-Laws,” together with such amendments as are not inconsis Standard tent with this constitution and which may be deemed necessary or convenient for the government of the club, provided that such amendments are adopted in accordance with the amendment procedure prescribed in the “Standard Rotaract Club By-Laws.”

ARTICLE XII — Rotaract Emblem

Rotaract Emblem

1. The Rotaract emblem shall be preserved for the exclusive use and benefit of Rotaract club members. Each mem ber of this club shall be entitled to wear or otherwise display the Rotaract emblem in a dignified and appropriate manner during the period of membership. Such entitlement shall be relinquished upon termination of membership or termination of this club.

2. When displayed by individual club members, the emblem may be used without further information. When the emblem is used to represent a club, the name of the club should appear with the emblem.

ARTICLE XIII — Duration

Duration of Club

This club shall exist so long as it continues to function in accordance with the provisions of this constitution and policy relating to Rotaract established by Rotary International, or until it is terminated (a) by this club upon it own detemination and action, (b) by the sponsoring Rotary club upon withdrawal of its sponsorship, after consultation with the district governor and district Rotaract representative, or (c) by Rotary International for failure to function in accordance with this constitution or for other cause.

Upon termination of this club, all rights and privileges relating to the Rotaract name and emblem shall be relin quished by the club and by its members individually and collectively. The Rotaract club shall relinquish all finan cial assets to the sponsoring Rotary club.

ARTICLE XIV — Administration

Amendment

The constitution may be amended only by the Board of Directors of Rotary International and all amendments to the “Standard Rotaract Club Constitution” adopted by the Board of Directors of Rotary International shall automatically amend the Constitution.

 

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1. The Rotaract program was created by and is an activity of Rotary International, who holds authority for the establishment of con stitutional provisions, organizational requirements, and standards of procedure, as well as the protection of the Rotaract name and emblem.

2. A Rotaract club is a Rotary club-sponsored organization of young men and women between the ages of 18 and 30* whose purpose is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service, and whose goals are:

a) To develop professional and leadership skills;

b) To emphasize respect for the rights of others, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity of all useful occupations;

c) To provide opportunities for young people to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world;

d) To provide opportunities for working in cooperation with sponsoring Rotary clubs;

e) To motivate young people for eventual membership in Rotary.

3. Rotaract club programming shall consist of professional development, leadership development, and service program development as outlined in the “Standard Rotaract Club Constitution.”

4. A Rotaract club is organized, sponsored, and counseled by a Rotary club or clubs and is established following the endorsement of the district governor upon certification by Rotary International; its existence depends upon the continued sponsorship of its sponsoring Rotary club and continued recognition by Rotary International.

5. It is recommended, but not mandated, that a new Rotaract club have a minimum of 15 charter members.

6. Within the framework established by Rotary International, the sponsoring Rotary club is responsible for organizing the Rotaract club and providing it with guidance thereafter.

7. Rotary clubs which sponsor Rotaract clubs are encouraged to invite Rotaractors on at least a quarterly basis to their regularly scheduled meetings, project planning meetings, and special events, and are encouraged to review Rotary club membership po tential within their Rotaract clubs on a periodic basis.

8. Rotaract clubs are encouraged to invite their sponsoring Rotary club to Rotaract club meetings, project planning meetings, and special events on at least a quarterly basis.

9. Rotaract clubs are encouraged to develop lists of their club members who might hold a Rotary classification as well as maintain lists of current and past club members indicating their interest in Rotary service projects, both lists to be shared with their spon soring Rotary club(s).

10. Where the Rotaract club is university-based, control and counsel by the sponsoring Rotary club shall be exercised in full coopera tion with the university authorities, with the understanding that such a club is subject to the same regulations and policies estab lished by the authorities for all student organizations and extracurricular activities of the university.**

11. All Rotaract club activities, projects and programs shall be conducted in harmony with the policies of Rotary International.

12. There shall be a standard Rotaract club constitution prescribed by Rotary International and subject to amendment only by the board of directors of Rotary International. As a prerequisite of its organization and certification, each Rotaract club shall adopt the “Standard Rotaract Club Constitution” and all amendments.

13. Each Rotaract club shall adopt bylaws not inconsistent with the “Standard Rotaract Club Constitution” and with policy established by Rotary International. Such bylaws shall be subject to the approval of the sponsoring Rotary club.

14. A Rotaract club may be organized and sponsored jointly by more than one Rotary club under the following conditions:

a) The district governor must give his approval, stating in writing that, in his considered judgment, the best interests of the dis trict, the Rotary clubs concerned and the Rotaract program would be served by the proposed joint sponsorship.

b) The circumstances must be such that the organization of separate Rotaract clubs, each sponsored by a single Rotary club, would create an artificial division of what is essentially a single body of young adults within the community or university.

c) A joint Rotaract committee must be created with effective representation from each of the sponsoring Rotary clubs.

15. Each member of a Rotaract club agrees to accept and to adhere to the provisions of the constitution and bylaws of his or her club.

16. Membership in a Rotaract club shall be evidenced by Rotaract club membership identification cards supplied to Rotaract clubs by

Rotary International.

17. The Rotaract name and emblem are the property of Rotary International and shall be preserved for the exclusive use of those in volved in the Rotaract program. When displayed by individual club members, the emblems may be used without further infor mation. When the emblem is used to represent a club, the name of the club should appear with the emblem. Where a Rotary district exists, it may use the respective emblem but only in conjunction with reference to the district and its number.

18. A Rotaract club member shall be entitled to use and display the Rotaract name and emblem in an appropriate and dignified man ner during the period of his or her membership in a Rotaract club. He or she shall relinquish such entitlement upon termination of his or her membership in his or her Rotaract club or upon the termination of his or her Rotaract club.

19. A Rotaract club may be terminated:

a) By Rotary International, with or without the consent, approval or concurrence of the sponsoring Rotary club, for failure to func tion in accordance with its constitution, or for other cause.

b) By its sponsoring Rotary club, after consultation with the district governor and the district Rotaract representative, or

c) By the Rotaract club itself upon its own determination.

20. Upon termination of a Rotaract club, all rights and privileges relating to the name and emblem shall be relinquished by the club and by its members individually and collectively.

21. As a matter of policy, the board does not recognize the right of any individual or organization except RI to circularize Rotaract clubs for any commercial purpose, except in the case of Rotaractors who are responsible for organizing Rotaract club, district and multidistrict meetings.

22. District governors are requested to appoint district Rotaract committees, composed of Rotarians from various parts of the district, to assist the district governor in publicizing the Rotaract program, promoting the organization of new Rotaract clubs, and admin istering the program of Rotaract within the district. Where feasible and practicable in the appointment of district Rotaract com mittees, there should be provision for continuity of membership by appointing one or more members for a second term.

23. Rotaract organization and meetings beyond the club level:

a) A district with two or more Rotaract clubs must elect a district Rotaract representative from among their membership. The method of election shall be determined by the Rotaract membership. As a qualification for election to Rotaract representative, a person must have served as a Rotaract club president or as a member of the Rotaract district committee for one year.

b) In a district with one Rotaract club, the district Rotaract representative shall be the most recent, available past Rotaract club president.

c) The district Rotaract representative will be guided and counseled by the Rotary district governor, the Rotary district Rotaract committee, or other appropriate Rotary district committee.

d) Each district is encouraged to develop a district Rotaract organization, headed by the district Rotaract representative, to carry out the following responsibilities:

1) Develop and distribute a district Rotaract newsletter;

2) Plan, arrange, and hold a district Rotaract conference;

3) Encourage attendance and participation at the Rotary district conference;

4) Conduct Rotaract promotion and extension activities throughout the district in coordination with the district Rotaract

chairperson;

5) Serve as Rotaract information liaison to the RI Secretariat for the district;

6) Plan and implement service activities (if approved by three-fourths of the Rotaract clubs in the district);

7) Provide advice and support to Rotaract clubs in implementing their projects;

8) Work with the district Rotaract chairperson to help coordinate Rotary/Rotaract activities in the district;

9) Coordinate public relations activities for Rotaract at the district level;

10) Work with the district Rotaract chairperson to plan and implement a training session for Rotaract club officers in the district.

e) The purpose of the district-wide meeting of Rotaract clubs is to promote community service projects, increase international understanding and enhance professional development in a context of friendship and camaraderie.

f) No meeting of members of Rotaract clubs beyond the club level shall have any legislative authority nor shall be so organized as to give the appearance of having such authority. Nevertheless, such a meeting may include ideas which might be of value as advisory observations to those involved at the district or other levels of Rotaract administration.

g) At a district Rotaract meeting, a three-fourths majority of the Rotaract clubs in a district may vote to undertake a district ser vice project and to establish a district Rotaract service fund to raise funds for this project. Contributions to such a fund must be voluntary. Such a project and service fund must be approved by the district governor, and specific plans and instructions for the administration of the district project and use of the fund must also have the approval of the district governor and three fourths of the Rotaract clubs in the district. The district governor must appoint a district fund committee to be responsible for collecting and administering the district fund, such committee to be composed of Rotaractors from the district and at least one Rotarian from the district Rotaract committee. The district service fund must be kept in a bank account which clearly indicates that the fund is the property of the district Rotaract organization and not the personal property of any individual Rotaractor or Rotaract club.

h) All district Rotaract activities shall be financed by the Rotaract clubs in the district. No expenses of district Rotaract club meet ings shall be paid by Rotary International. The cost of such meetings shall be minimal and within the financial means of those participating.

24. Rotaract activities beyond the district level a) Rotaract Multidistrict Service Projects. Rotaract-sponsored service projects involving clubs in two or more districts may be implemented provided that such projects

1) are, in nature and scope, within the capability of the clubs and Rotaractors in the districts to undertake successfully with out interfering with or detracting from the scope and effectiveness of club activities in furthering the program of Rotaract at the club level;

2) shall not be undertaken initially unless each district Rotaract representative concerned has agreed to such a joint project and then, only after approval of two-thirds of the clubs in each district;

3) shall be undertaken with the approval of the district governors concerned;

4) shall be under the direct supervision of the district Rotaract representatives concerned; the custody of all funds contrib uted or collected for such projects shall be the responsibility of the district representatives concerned, through a commit tee of Rotaractors from within the districts involved, who may be appointed to assist in administering any such project and related funds;

5) shall be undertaken only after the district Rotaract representatives have jointly secured in advance the authorization of the general secretary, acting on behalf of the board, to undertake the project;

6) shall involve the participation by Rotaract clubs and/or individual Rotaractors on a voluntary basis, clearly presented as such; the cost of participation by a club or individual Rotaractor, if any, should be kept to a minimum, and not be implic itly or directly made an obligation in the form of a per capita tax, or assessment or otherwise;

b) Rotaract Multidistrict Information Organizations. Districts may develop a multidistrict organization for the purpose of dis seminating information and facilitating communication between Rotaract clubs in the districts concerned, provided that

1) there is no objection by the district governors of each of the districts concerned;

2) approval is secured from the RI Board of Directors to develop such an organization;

3) Rotaract representatives of the districts concerned comprise the membership of such organizations. Each district Rotaract representative may appoint a member for his or her district organization, as needed, to carry out the activities of the multidistrict organization;

4) funds needed to implement the organization’s activities (e.g., production and distribution of regional club directories and newsletters, dissemination of Rotaract program information, general correspondence) shall be obtained on a voluntary basis only;

5) the organization has no decision making or legislative powers, except for decisions concerning the activities of the orga nization, for which each member (district Rotaract representative) shall have one vote. c) Rotaract Multidistrict Meetings

1) Rotaract worldwide meetings shall require the approval of the host district governor(s) and RI director for the region, and shall also require approval of the RI Board of Directors. Proposals for such meetings shall be submitted by the host dis trict Rotaract representative and the proposal shall describe date, location, facilities, participants, program, budget and include proof of adequate liability insurance;

2) Rotaract multidistrict meetings (not at a worldwide level) shall require that the host district Rotaract representative pro vide a copy of the meeting proposal which describes date, location, facilities, participants, program budget and includes proof of adequate liability insurance to the district governors concerned, and the approval of the host district governor.

The district Rotaract representative shall inform the RI director(s) for the region(s) and the general secretary of the event;

3) Rotaract exchange teams are encouraged when undertaken in accordance with the guidelines established by the RI board;

4) as part of the official program of the annual RI convention, a special Rotaract forum two days prior to the commencement of the convention shall be arranged and implemented by RI, to include discussion of issues identified by the RI Rotaract committee as important to Rotaractors;

5) the Rotaract pre-convention forum may be used as an opportunity to informally gauge Rotaract opinion on policy or pro gram matters, with each district represented having one vote. Any recommendations made at the pre-convention meet ing shall be forwarded to the RI Rotaract committee for its review and consideration.

25. Leadership Training

a) All incoming Rotaract club officers shall be provided with Rotaract club officers leadership training at the district level, such training to include a one- to two-day leadership training seminar conducted by the district Rotaract committee in coordina tion with the RI district Rotaract committee for all incoming Rotaract club officers, directors, and committee chairpersons to be paid for by the sponsoring Rotary clubs, or where circumstances dictate, by a mutually agreed-upon financial arrangement involving the sponsoring Rotary clubs, Rotary district, and the Rotaract participants.

b) Rotary districts shall provide leadership training of district Rotaract committees on a multidistrict basis.

26. Financing the cost of the Rotaract program:

a) Individual Rotaractors shall pay annual membership fees to their Rotaract club to cover the cost of club administration;

b) Rotaract clubs shall pay annual fees or dues to their district Rotaract organization to cover the cost of district administration;

c) Sponsoring Rotary clubs shall pay for the attendance of their Rotaract club officers, directors, and committee chairpersons at district level leadership training meetings (or, when circumstances dictate, these meetings shall be paid for through mutually agreed upon financial arrangements involving the sponsoring Rotary clubs, the Rotary district, and the Rotaract participants);

d) Rotary districts shall pay for the attendance of their districts’ Rotaract representatives at multidistrict leadership training meetings;

e) Rotaract program financial policy includes the following:

1) Rotary International shall provide for Rotaract activities at the international convention and shall provide program ma terials to district Rotaract chairpersons, representatives, and Rotaract clubs.

2) No part of the expenses of meetings of Rotaract clubs or groups of Rotaract clubs shall be paid by Rotary International, with the exception of the annual Rotaract Pre-Convention Meeting.

3) Any dues or assessments on the membership of any Rotaract club should be nominal and should be only for the purpose of covering the cost of administering the club; funds for activities and projects undertaken by Rotaract clubs should be raised by such clubs apart from such dues or assessments.

4) It is the responsibility of the Rotaract club to raise the funds necessary to carry out the program of the club.

5) Rotary clubs and Rotary district conferences inviting members or Rotaract clubs to participate in the programs of such clubs and conferences should subscribe to sufficient trip, accident and liability insurance to protect the Rotary club or dis trict conference against any possible legal or moral obligation and liability.

6) Rotaract clubs should not make general solicitations for financial assistance from Rotary clubs or from other Rotaract clubs.

7) Contributions to fund district Rotaract service projects must be voluntary and cannot be made enforceable upon the indi vidual Rotaractor or Rotaract club.

27. As a matter of principle, Rotaract clubs are not authorized to assume membership or merge with other organizations regardless of the purpose of such organizations.

 


*On 30 June of the Rotaract year in which the member becomes 30 years old, his/her Rotaract membership will end.

** As used in this statement of policy, the term “university” is intended to include all institutions of higher education.

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