Federally Chartered Degree Awarding Institute Recognized by HEC

CASE
 
 
Society Terms of Service
 
  • The Society will be a perpetual body and will operate strictly in accordance with frameworks as specified elsewhere in the document.
  • The elections for the office bearers of the Society will take place once every year during the period July- August.
  • The student general body under pre-defined mechanisms will participate in the elections of the President and Vice President.
  • Every outgoing panel will be awarded “Certificates of Service”.
 
Responsibilities of the Members
 
President:
  • Planning & laying out the basic infrastructure for all the events.
  • He/she must have close interaction with the all students and try to solve and present their problems in a meaningful and respectful manner to the Core Team CBS.
  • The President will ensure that the accounts of CES are managed in a transparent manner and working under the supervision of the Core Team CBS.
  • The President will ensure that his demeanor is always upright and that he does not allow the CES to become a political forum
 
VP/ Treasurer:
  • Largely responsible for making sure that all sponsorship opportunities are exploited to the fullest.
  • On behalf of the President and Core Team CBS, have full/delegated authority to implement and deliver all CES functions and events.
  • Act upon the concept of Co-Leadership when determining his/her relationship with the President.
 
General Secretary:
  • Serve as a focal point for communication on day to day bases with all society members.
  • Shall hear and deal with any complaints relating to any aspect of the society.
  • Ensure under the overall supervision of the top team that all allocated tasks are completed on time.
 
Executive Members:
  • Liaising with President, VP and General Secretary with reference to his/her responsibility.
  • He/she should not be involved in promoting groupings within CES or Business School students.
  • Render Helps in execution of the arrangements for all the events.
 
Hierarchical Structure: