Osmania University [Hyderabad , Andhra Pradesh, India]  




By -  laws of the alumni association of Osmania University.

A) Eligibility for membership:

  1.  A person is eligible to become Life member of Alumni Association of  Osmania University if he/ she studied in  any of the  Colleges of Osmania University including  affiliated  colleges / institutions and the Centre for Distance Education for at  least  one year course of study or obtained a Degree /Diploma  through Private  study /External appearance.
  2. Former / present faculty /staff members in the colleges of Osmania University including the affiliating colleges / institutions are also eligible to become Life Members.
  3. Any one interested in   the activities of Alumni Association of  Osmania University is eligible  to become a  Patron  / Donor member.

B) Functions of the General body:

  1. Annual General Body will meet once in a year. 
  2. To pass the budget for the ensuring year and approve the expenditure statement of previous  year.       
  3. To approve the reports of the activities of the Society.
  4. To elect the Executive Committee etc.,
  5. To appoint Auditor.

(i) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:  Shall consist of Five(5) Members and out of them, the     following office bearers shall be elected by the E.C. Viz, President, Vice-President,  General Secretary, Joint Secretary and Treasurer and the remaining persons all the   Executive  Committee Members.

(ii) The Members of the Executive Committee (Governing Body) shall be duty bound to attest  the signatures of all the members of newly elected Executive Committee and to see that the said signatures of the out going Governing Body tally with the annual list as filed with the  Registrar of Societies before 15 days the succeeding month in which elections were held.


  1.  PRESIDENT: The Vice - Chancellor of the University is the ex- officio president of the association. He presides over all the meetings of the General Body and Executive Committee. He can cast his veto in the case of decision making. He can supervise all branches of  the Society.
  2. VICE-PRESIDENT: He shall assist the President in discharge of his functions. In the absence of the President he will perform the duties of the President as entrusted by the President.
  3. SECRETARY: He is the Chief Executive Officer of the Society and Custodian of all the records relating to the society and correspondent on behalf of the Society. He records the  minutes of the Society meetings and  would convene both the Executive Committee and General Body of the Society with the permission of the President. He guides the Treasurer in preparing the budget and expenditure statement to place before the General Body for its approval.
  4. JOINT SECRETARY: He has to do the work entrusted by Executive Committee. He has to assist the Secretary in discharging his duties. In the absence of the Secretary, he can perform the duties of the Secretary.
  5. TREASURER: He is responsible for all the financial transactions and Funds of the Society. He has to maintain accounts properly along with the vouchers. He has to prepare the accounts of the Society jointly with the Secretary or President.
  6. OFFICE BERARERS: They are responsible persons of the society and  attend such of the activities of the Society which the Executive Committee entrusts to them.
  7. QUORUM: Half of the total members for General Body meetings and  1/4 for the    Executive Committee meetings.
  8. FUNDS: The funds shall be spent only for the achieving the objectives of the society and no portion there of shall be paid to or transferred directly to any of the members by  any means.
  9. AMENDMENTS: No amendments or alterations shall be made in the purpose of  the association unless it is voted by 2/3 of its members of the general present at a special meeting convened the purpose and  continued to be  2/3 of the members present  even in the  second special meetings.
  10. WINIDNG UP: In case the Society has to be wound up, its property and funds of the society that remain altar discharging the liabilities, if any, shall be transferred or paid to some other institutions with similar aims and objects.


  1. Contribution from the public for the specific or general purpose of the Association;
  2. Contributions, grants, aids and the like recurring and non-recurring from any members, individuals, governments, state or union, international, medical, educational and other charitable foundations or institutions in India and abroad made to the Association from time to time.
  3. Such other income, resources, receipts and whatsoever received for the furtherance and advancement of the objects and purpose of the Association.  
  4. Accretions to and income from the association properties, both movable and immovable;
  5. The funds of the Associations shall be invested in the forms and modes specified in Sub-section (5) of Section 11 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 or any other Act or regulation applicable or concerning Charitable Trusts.


  1. The year of the Association for the purpose of accounts shall be form 1st April if every year to the 31st March of the following year.
  2. Auditors shall be appointed at the Annual General Body Meeting who shall audit the accounts of the Society every year or at such intervals as so desired by the Executive Committee and shall give suggestions for the proper keeping of Accounts as required.