Карвина купить кокаин, амф бошка меф и ск Young Swiss businessman, Jean Henry Dunant was appalled by the condition of the wounded soldiers he
happened to see in the battle field of Solferino, Italy in 1859 during the Franco - Austrian war. He
arranged relief services with the help of the local community immediately. He wrote the book 'Memory
of Solferino' suggesting that a neutral organization be established to aid the wounded soldiers in
times of war. Just a year after the release of this book, an international conference was convened
in Geneva to consider the suggestions of Henry Dunant and thus the Red Cross Movement was born.
International Red Cross Movement was established by Geneva Convention of 1864. The name and the
emblem of the movement are derived from the reversal of the Swiss national flag, to honor the
country in which Red Cross was found.
Origin of Indian Red Cross Society
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soldiers, except a branch of the St. John Ambulance Association and by a Joint Committee of the
British Red Cross. Later, a branch of the same Committee was started to undertake the much
needed relief services in collaboration with the St. John Ambulance Association in aid of the
soldiers as well as civilian sufferers of the horrors of that great war. A bill to constitute
the Indian Red Cross Society, Independent of the British Red Cross, was introduced in the Indian
Legislative Council on 3rd March 1920 by Sir Claude Hill, member of the Viceroy's Executive
Council who was also Chairman of the Joint war Committee in India . The Bill was passed on 17th
March 1920 and became Act XV of 1920 with the assent of the Governor General on the 20th March
Сакарчага купить кокаин, амф бошка меф и ск On 7th June 1920 , fifty members were formally nominated to constitute the Indian Red Cross
Society and the first Managing Body was elected from among them with Sir Malcolm Hailey as
Лион купить кокаин, амф бошка меф и ск Indian Red Cross Society is a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red
Crescent Movement. Relations between the IRCS and the India Delegation of the Federation are
Indian Red Cross Society has partnership with National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies,
St.John Ambulance, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (IFRC),
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC ), Multinational firms. Individuals and others in
supporting IRCS activities. It also coordinates with Indian Government and other agencies (
UNDP, WHO etc ).
Aim and Objectives
- To act in case of armed conflict, and in peace to prepare to act in all the fields covered by the
Geneva Conventions within the scope of International Humanitarian Law and on behalf of all war
victims, both civilian and military.
- To contribute to the improvement of health, the prevention of disease and maternity and child care
in the community.
- To educate the population on how to prepare for and respond to disasters.
- To organize emergency relief services for the victims of disasters and mitigation of their
- To promote the participation of children and youth in the work of the Red Cross.
- To promote the Fundamental Principles of the Movement and the International Humanitarian Law in
order to inculcate humanitarian ideals among the population, and in particular among children and
- To recruit, train and develop volunteers/personnel as necessary for undertaking humanitarian
- To serve the community within its jurisdiction, the state branch may initiate activities to address
local needs and priorities as approved by the Managing Body of the branch.
- To ensure correct use of the Red Cross emblem, to maintain its protective value.
THE INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY
HARYANA STATE BRANCH
OBJECTS AND REASONS
Consequent upon the re-organisation of Punjab into different territorial units of
Punjab and Haryana in November, 1966, the Punjab State Branch of the Indian Red Cross Society was
reconstituted as the Punjab and Haryana States Branch of the Indian Red Cross Society to serve the
States of Punjab, Haryana and Union Territory of Chandigarh. It has now been decided, at the General
Meeting of the Punjab and Haryana State Red Cross Branch held on June 1,1971 to have separate Red Cross
Branches for the States of Punjab and Haryana w.e.f. June 10, 1971.
The Red Cross in Haryana has the largest fleet of Ambulance Cars. It has rendered
emergency relief worth lakhs of rupees during floods, droughts and border conflicts. It has a large
number of Red Cross activities.
To give effect to the wishes of the office-bearers of the Punjab and Haryana State
Red Cross, and the Red Cross Social Workers of Haryana, the following constitution may be adopted:
The following shall be the constitution of the Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana
I Aims and Objects
The aims and objects of the Haryana Branch of the Indian Red Cross Society shall be those as shown in the
First Schedule of Act of 1920 (India) as amended up-to-date. The Haryana State Red Cross would
hereinafter be called Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch.
It will have jurisdiction over the territory hitherto allotted or hereafter may be
allotted to the State of Haryana by Government of India and its capital.
II President and Vice-President
The President of the Indian Red Cross Society Haryana State Branch would be the
Governor of Haryana from June 10, 1971 onward.
The Chief Minister of Haryana shall be the ex-officio Vice-President of the Indian
Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch. He shall also be the Chairman of the Haryana State Red
- There shall be the following categories of Members of the Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana
- President (ex-officio) as above.
- Vice-President (ex-officio) as above.
- Life Members.
- Annual Members.
- Life Associates.
- Annual Associates.
- Institutional Members
- President shall be the Governor of Haryana.
- Vice-President shall be Chief Minister of Haryana
- A member contributing not less than Rs. 20,000 in one consolidated contribution to the funds of
the Society shall be a Patron.
- A member contributing Rs. 10,000 in one consolidated contribution to the funds of the Society
shall be a Vice-Patron. A Vice-Patron on payment of a further sum of Rs. 10,000 may become a
- A member contributing not less than Rs. 500 to the funds of the Society, in one consolidated
contribution shall be a Life Member. A Life Member on payment of a further sum of Rs. 9,500 may
become a Vice-Patron.
- An Annual Member shall pay a subscription of Rs. 50 per year, but may at any time compounded all
future subscriptions and become a Life Member on payment of Rs. 500.
- A member contributing Rs. 250 to the funds of the Society in one consolidated contribution shall
be a Life Associate.
- An Annual Associate shall pay an annual subscription subject to a minimum of Rs.10.
- A firm or institution shall become an Institutional Member by paying an yearly subscription of
Rs. 1000. The firm of institution may become Patron or Vice-Patron by paying the subscription of
these categories in lump sum. However, the Institutional membership shall be valid for twelve
months from the date of payment.
- The Managing Body may also elect any person to Honorary Membership of the Society for any
grade for services tendered to the Society.
- Subscription may be paid either to the Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch or its
District Red Cross Branches, but the same shall be apportioned as follows:
- Where the subscription is paid to a District Red Cross Branch, the Branch concerned
shall retain 70% of all subscription and forward 30% to the State Branch, which
shall in turn retain 15% for its own administrative expenses and remit the remaining
15% to the Indian Headquarters.
- Where the subscription is received directly by the State Branch, the State shall
retain 85% of such membership subscription and remit the 15% to the Headquarters.
- Other subscriptions received by the Managing Body of the Haryana State Red Cross
shall be deemed to have been collected direct by the State Red Cross Branch and
shall be adjusted in accordance with rule 12(b) above.
- Payments under rule 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 above may either be made to
the Haryana State Branch or to the District Branch concerned. But such
payments in each case shall be apportioned in such a manner that the Haryana
State Branch and the Indian Red Cross Society receives 15% each and the
balance 70% goes to the District Branch to which the person making the
payment belongs, provided that the payment made by a person who is enrolled
by the Haryana, but does not belong to any District Branch shall be
apportioned in such a manner that the Indian Red Cross Society receives 15%
and the balance 85% goes to the State Branch.
- Donations received by the Haryana State Branch or by any District Branch for
a specified purpose or when the donor himself specifies the purpose or the
Branch itself invite subscription for a special purpose, or when the local
Government allows the State or a District Branch to make collections for a
specified purpose such collections shall be retained by the State Branch or
the District Branch. In case of Lucky Bag Fund Collections and District
Relief Fund 15% of the collections made by the District Branches shall be
remitted to the State Branch for expenditure on local charities.N.B. This
provision is necessary to avoid clash between orders of the Haryana
Government and the position taken by the Indian Red Cross Society. The
District Branches shall make payment to the State Branch at the rate of 30%
of all donations received by them for General Red Cross Funds, Fetes, Fairs
and Flag Day collections etc. The State Branch in turn shall retain 15% and
remit the balance 15% to the Indian Headquarters.
IV GENERAL MEETINGS
- A General Meeting of the Branch shall be held once a year at the Headquarters of the
Government of Haryana or at any time or place with previous permission of the Managing
Body upon a date to be fixed by the President. Notice of such Annual General Meeting
shall be given by publication in the Press at-least a fortnight before the date fixed
for the meeting.
- At each General Meeting members shall be elected or nominated to serve on the Managing
Body. The meeting shall also appoint auditors for audit of the accounts of the Branch
for he next year. Annual Report and audited accounts for the previous year shall be
presented at the meeting, and considered. Any other business may be brought forward with
the assent of the President.
- An Extra-Ordinary General Meeting of the Branch may also be convened at any time
by President for any purpose connected with the Branch.
- Ten days’ notice shall be given for such Meeting through the Press with the
agenda to be brought before it, and no business other than that specified in
such agenda shall be transacted.
- All General Meetings shall be presided over by the President or in his absence
by the Vice-President or one of the Vice-Presidents, if here are more than one
- All questions shall be decided by votes of the members present and taken &
by show of hands.
- In case of equality of votes, the Chairman of the Meeting shall have a second or
- The Managing Body of the Haryana State Red Cross Branch shall consist of 15 or more
members including the President and the Vice-President according to rules.
All meetings of the Managing Body shall be presided over by
the President. In his absence the Vice-President or the Vice-Chairman may
N.B. However an adhoc Managing Body may be constituted in the
first instance by the Governor, Haryana, President of the State Red Cross
Branch, to facilitate separate working of the Branch from June 10, 1971. The
Managing Body thus constituted on adhoc basis be later accepted or altered at
the next General Meeting of the Haryana State Red Cross on a date and time to be
decided by the Governor, Haryana, ex-officio President of the Haryana State Red
- The Director of Health Services, Haryana and the Director of Public
Instruction Haryana shall be the ex-officio members of the Managing Body.
- Two members shall be nominated by the President from Haryana.
- One member each shall be selected by the District Branches themselves.
- Two or more members shall be elected by the Annual General Meeting from
among the members of the Society as the ad-hoc Managing Body desires and
nominates for the purpose.
N.B. The Managing Body shall nominate members for such election but it will
be open to the General Meeting to accept the recommendation of the Managing
Body or to elect new persons.
- The Chief Minister of Haryana Vice-President of the State Red Cross Branch
shall be ex-officio member of the Managing Body.
- If a vacancy among Office Bearers and members occurs during the year due to
resignation or otherwise, the President of the State Red Cross Branch shall
be authorised to fill the vacancy for the remaining period by nomination.
- The Managing Body shall have powers to co-opt representatives of allied
organisations, persons having expert knowledge or representing special
interests whether as regular members or on ad-hoc basis for a limited time.
The number of persons so co-opted shall not exceed four at a time.
- Director General Health Service, Haryana shall be the Vice-Chairman who
shall function as executive head of the Managing Body under the guidance of
the Managing Body, President and Chairman of the Managing Body.(As amended
by General Body Meeting held on 24th August, 1983)
- In case of any emergency, decision of the Managing Body may be obtained by
circulation of a proposal among the members of the Managing Body, provided
that prior approval of the President is obtained to the adoption of this
procedure in each particular case.(Passed by the General Body Meeting held
on 5 May 1975)
- The Managing Body shall appoint Secretary and settle his terms of appointment.
All other appointments shall be made by the Vice-Chairman subject to the control
of the President and the Managing Body.The Secretary shall make appointments of
class IV servant and temporary appointments of the clerks.(Amended: as per
service rules of Indian Red Cross Society & St. John Ambulance Association,
Haryana State Branch approved by Managing Body in its Meeting held on 6th
November, 1986 vide resolution No. 10)
- An ordinary meeting of the Managing Body shall be held with the approval of the
President or in his absence that of the Chairman or the Vice-Chairman to
consider the budget. Besides, the above a meeting of the Managing Body may be
held with the approval of the President or the Vice-Chairman to consider such
agenda as is laid before it.
- An Extra Ordinary Meeting of the Managing Body may be held at any time by the
President or in his absence by the Vice-Chairman.
- Upon a request made by five members of the Managing Body in writing, the
President shall call an extra-ordinary meeting of the Managing Body on a date
and time convenient to him.
- A Managing Body meeting shall be called on seven days’ notice given by post or
otherwise. An accidental omission to give such notice to any of the Members
shall not invalidate any resolution passed at such meeting.The Agenda shall be
circulated before the date fixed for the Meeting.
- At the meeting of the Managing Body five members present in person or by proxy
shall form a quorum. (Departmental Heads may send one of their senior officers
to represent them).
- If no quorum is present within half an hour of the time fixed for a meeting, the
meeting shall be held with a reduced quorum if the President or in his absence
the Chairman so desires, otherwise it will be adjourned for one week to the same
time and place. At such adjourned meeting the business for which the meeting was
called may be transacted whether a quorum is present or not.
- In the event of equality of votes at any meeting the Chairman shall have a
second or casting vote.
- The Managing Body shall have the powers to make Standing Orders, regulating
its own procedure, the procedure of Committees established by it and duties
of the officers of the Branch.
- The Secretary is empowered to sanction budgeted expenditure upto Rs.
30,000/- and Rs. 50,000/- in normal and emergent situations respectively.(As
amended vide item No. 5 passed by Managing Body Meeting held on 16 July,
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from Rs. 30,000/- to Rs. 1,00,000/- in normal situation and Rs. 50,000/-
to Rs. 1,30,000/- in emergent situations vide resolution No. 26 passed
by the Managing Body of the Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State
Branch in its meeting held on 25th July, 2013.
of more than these amounts sanction of the Vice-Chairman may be obtained for
all items provided in the budget. For unbudgeted expenditure, Vice-Chairman
may sanction expenses upto Rs. 1,000 only. Beyond that sanction of the
Chairman or the President may be obtained and cases laid before the Managing
Body in due course for confirmation.
The Secretary is empowered to
sanction all approved budgeted expenditure in respect of salaries, T.A.
bills, medical reimbursement and advances to staff and release of
grants-in-aid received for specific purposes.
The Secretary is
authorised to operate upon all types of bank accounts including Provident
Fund accounts, single handed upto Rs. 30,000/-. Cheques exceeding Rs.
30,000/- will be signed jointly by the Secretary with any one of the
- Vice-Chairman/Hony. General Secretary
- Any other person authorised by the Executive of the Organisation.(As
amended by General Body Meeting held on 2.7.80)
see url The Secretary is authorised to operate upon all types of bank
accounts including Provident Fund accounts, single handed upto Rs.
1,00,000/-. Cheques exceeding Rs. 1,00,000/- will be signed jointly
by the Secretary with any one of the following:
- Vice-Chairman/Hony. General Secretary
- Any other person authorised by the Executive of the
(As amended by Managing Body of Indian Red Cross Society,
Haryana State Branch in its meeting held on 25.7.2013 vide
resolution No. 26)
- The Vice-Chairman shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Managing Body
subject to the control of the Chairman of the Haryana State Red Cross and
under the overall control of the President and the Managing Body.
- The Secretary shall be the Executive Officer of the Managing Body subject to
the control of the Vice-Chairman, Chairman, and President and over all
control of the Managing Body and shall conduct day-to-day work.
- The assets of the Haryana State Red Cross Branch shall vest in the Haryana
State Red Cross Branch on receipt of its share from the Punjab and Haryana
States Branch of the Indian Red Cross Society, or otherwise acquired by it.
- Ordinary documents such as service agreements, leases etc. etc. may be
executed by the Secretary on behalf of the Branch and the Managing Body.
- Any notice to be given by the Branch or the Managing Body will be valid if
given on their behalf by the Secretary.
- The Managing Body shall authorize the Secretary to operate upon the current
and fixed deposit accounts including employees Provident Fund accounts, of
the Haryana State Red Cross with various banks jointly with Vice-Chairman or
Chairman. The Secretary shall be the Administrative Head of the Haryana
State Red Cross Branch and shall be authorised by the Managing Body to act
on behalf of the Branch. He shall also be delegated power of attorney to act
as such on behalf of the Branch for all matters regarding agreements and