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Institution of Development, Research, Social Justice, Empowerment & Religion (IDRSJER), Lucknow

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Strategic Intent of the Society:

 

Following is the strategic intent of the society:

1         Philosophy: “Be just (The one, who pursues justice), give best (in being just) and forget rest (other things)”.

 

2         Values: “Justice must prevail; broadly in sense & universally in presence”.

Core Values includes Justice for salvation, Wisdom for long-haul success, Truth for avoiding problems , Character for retaining chastity, Sympathy (only for those who deserves) to attain humanity.

 

3         Vision: “To become pre-dominant and largest stakeholder among Non-Governmental Organisations of India”.

 

4         Mission: “To attain & retain social equality, economical prosperity and political justice for human beings and sustenance of other living beings”.

 

5         Business: “To achieve institutional excellence”.

 

6         Motto: “Justice must prevail”.

 

Society Mandate:

 

Following mandate shall be applicable to the Society in supersession of all the rules and regulation of the Society:

 

1         Normally only Natural person, who is Indian Citizen by birth, may hold not more than one position in the Governing Council (GC) of the Society. But up to 10% of total member of Governing Council (GC) may be other than Indian Citizen (Natural person only) if president deem it fit to further the objectives of the society.

 

2         At any point of time Scheduled Castes (S.C.)/ Scheduled Tribes (S.T.) persons’ representation in the Governing Council (GC) of the Society can’t be less than 2/3 of the total members of the Governing Council (GC) of the Society.

 

3         At any point of time natural women persons’ representation in the Governing Council (GC) of the Society can’t be less than 1/2 of the total members of the Governing Council (GC) of the Society.

 

4         At any point of time natural women persons’ representation in the Governing Council (GC) of the Society can’t be less than 1/2 of the total members of the Governing Council (GC) of the Society.

 

5         Always at least 1 person from 8 different states/union territories of India must be represented in the Governing Council (GC) of the Society.’

 

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