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Government Of Assam Administrative Reforms and Training Civil Services Officers' Institute

Aims and Objectives

  • (i)  To promote the welfare of the officers of the Civil Services and to bring them together in order to secure complete integration of the services and to build a corps of officers imbibed with the spirit of co-operation in all aspects of Civil Services.

    (ii) To hold, organise, arrange and conduct seminars, symposiums, talks, debates, lectures and other means of dispensing education to meet the needs and challenges of modern day Civil Administration.

    (iii) To print and publish journals, periodicals and manuals to keep the civil servants abreast of modern day developments in Civil Administration.

    (iv) To acquire and promote modern skills of Civil Administration and to harmonize between the different fields of Civil Administration by disseminating or exchanging knowledge thereof and by providing such other facilities as would lead to their Universal Application.

    (v) To establish and maintain libraries and information services to facilitate the study of Civil Administration at World level and spreading information in regard thereto.

    (vi) To organise and maintain, on no-profit-no-loss basis, limited residential accommodation, for the members of the Society coming to participate in the activities of the Association and of other bodies with cognate objectives, as well as non-members, invited to participate in the activities of the Association.

    (vii) To work for the general welfare of members of the Civil Services and their families.

    (viii) To build, alter, adopt, construct, repair, uphold, maintain and furnish a clubhouse or club houses in Guwahati.

    (ix) The Association shall not function for the mutual benefit of members alone. In other words, it will not be a mutual benefit Association. The benefits from these main objects will be available to all Civil Servants who are members irrespective of caste, creed and segment.

    (x) To purchase, take on lease, or in exchange or otherwise any moveable or immoveable property and any rights or privileges which the Association may think necessary or convenient and in particular any land, buildings, erections of all works.

    (xi) To enter into any arrangement with any institution, company or association or, with any public authority which may seem calculated to further any of the objects of the Association and to obtain any rights or privileges which may seem conducive to any of the objects of the Society.

    (xii) To grant salary, allowances, gratuities, bonus, contributory or otherwise to persons who are or have been in the employment of the Association.

    (xiii) To take such steps by personal or written appeals, public meetings or otherwise, as may from time to time deemed to be expedient, for the purpose of procuring contributions to the funds of the Association in the shape of donations, annual subscriptions or otherwise.

    (xiv) To establish and support and to aid in the establishment and support of any other Association formed for all or any of the objects of this Association.

    (xv) To do all such other lawful acts that may be incidental or conducive to all attainment of the objects of the Association.

    (xvi) All the income, earnings, moveable, immoveable properties of the Society shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of its aims and objects only as set forth in the Memorandum of Association and no profit or part thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends, bonus, profit or in any manner whatsoever to the present or past members of the Society. No member shall have any personal claim on any moveable or immoveable properties of the Society or make any profits, whatsoever by virtue of his membership.