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«ROYAL RUMBLE If we could consider each other A neighbour, a friend or a brother It would be a wonderful wonderful world It would be a wonderful world ...»

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ROYAL

RUMBLE

If we could consider each other

A neighbour, a friend or a brother

It would be a wonderful wonderful world

It would be a wonderful world

If each little kid had fresh milk each day

If each old soul had some place to stay

If each working man had enough time to play

It would be a wonderful world

If there was no poor and the rich were content

If strangers were welcomed wherever they went

If each of us knew what true brotherhood meant

It would be a wonderful world If people all over would trust one another Not thinking about their race or their color If they did agree to join hands altogether It would be a wonderful world If tablers of India can properly plan To do for their country whatever they can If Fellowship brings about service to man It would be a wonderful world Oh Boy !! It would be a wonderful world

• To develop the fellowship of young men through the medium of their business and professional occupations and community service activities

• To encourage active and responsible citizenship by cultivating the highest ideals in business, professional and civic traditions.

• To promote and further international understanding friendship and co-operation.

• To promote the extension of the association

1. Meeting Called to Order Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering called the 37th Annual General Meeting of Round Table India, Area 3 to order with a Toast to President Republic of India. He called upon the Past Area Chairman and National observer Tr. Dhruv Dalmia to come and light the ceremonial lamp to mark the beginning of the AAGM.

2. Condolences Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering requested the floor to observe a two minutes silence in the memory of the departed souls of all our near and dear ones

3. Reading of the AAGM Notice AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi read out the notice convening the 37th AAGM at Le Meridien Resort, Jaipur on the 14th of August, 2016 at 10 am

4. Roll call and establishing the quorum AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi called for the roll call and informed the floor that quorum is established with 24 out of 30 tables.

5. Reading of the Aims & Objects Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering requested the floor to rise and requested Tr. Rahul Agarwala from NRT 83 to read the Aims and Objects of Round Table India

6. Round Table India Song Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering requested all Past Area 3 Chairmen and National observer Tr. Dhruv Dalmia to come forwards for the RTI Song and lead the floor to sing along.

7. Greetings & Communications Received AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi informed the floor that greetings were received from All 14 Area Chairman and all tables of Area 3.

From National President Tr. Suman Voora, National Secretary Tr. Chris Arvinth, Table Talk Editor Tr. Hamir Sampat, National Vice President Tr. Manpreet Singh Raja and National Treasurer Tr. Dhruv Dalmia

8. Welcome the National Observer, Guests, and Dignitaries Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering welcomed the National Observer & National Secretary Elect of Round Table India, Tr. Dhruv Dalmia and requested him to join everyone on the dais. He also welcomed the Past area 3 chairman Deepak Bhargava, Ankit Parekh, Sanjay Kanakia and Sanjay Mathrani who is also the National HT of Area 3

9. Scrutinizers Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering appointed Sq.

Leg. Romel Bhog and Sq. Leg Sameer Shah as scrutinizers for the 37th AAGM

10. Appointment of Sergeant at Arms Chairman Tr. Hitesh appointed Sq. Leg Masood and Tr. Kapil Shah from PRT 15 as Sergeant at Arms for the 37th AAGM. The sergeants appointed Tr. Harnish Thakkar from PRT 15 as their marshal.

11. “ergea t s Time The Sergeants laid the ground rules and informed the floor that they are in Nark lok and facing trial in front of Yamdoot and Chitragupta.

“ab ka paap ka ghada bhar chukka hai and sabke paapo ki ginti hogi.

He laid down the amount to be paid for each activity.

12. Apologies of Absence AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi informed that apologies were received from Area Mentor & 41ers Coordinator Sq. Leg Karan Gehani.

13. Adoption of the minutes of the 36th AGM held at Goa AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi informed the floor that the minutes of the 36th AGM were circulated to the floor and requested a proposer and a seconder for the same.

Proposed by : BRT 2 Seconded by : NRT 83

14. Matters Arising There from Not Covered Elsewhere Chairman Tr. Hitesh informed the Floor that Ladies Circle India Area 3 has sent a candle to be lit as a special gesture. They have requested that NHT Sq. Leg Sanjay Mathrani lights the candle.

15. Deferments of Matters Chairman Tr. Hitesh Proposed to defer item number 18 (Awards for Best Secretary / Chairman / Floor Tabler / Best Table) 24 (Investiture of Incoming Area Chairmen), 28 (Address of National Observer) & 22 (Address of Conference Convener) - of the agenda to the Chair a s Banquet.

Seconded by : RRT 169 16. “po sor s Time Chairman informed the floor that the sponsors could unfortunately not make it to the AAGM.

17. “ergea t s Time Sergeants started the act by calling upon Tr. Abhishek More and presenting his share of Paap. Sq. Leg Masood let out a roar of Ha hai Yam, Yam hai Hu which during the course of the AAGM became the energizer for the floor. He also called upon the incoming AST of A15 Tr.





Vinay Rathi, incoming AST of A3 Tr. Rahul Agarwala and Tr. Ashish Dhole from SART

187. The whole act had the floor in splits.

18. Report of the Secretary Chairman Tr. Hitesh asked the AST Tr.

Devendra Gandhi to present his report. Tr.

Devendra Gandhi presented an excellent audio visual report of all the happening of Area 3 during the year. Everyone applauded and gave Tr. Devendra Gandhi a loud and voracious standing ovation. The AST was overwhelmed and thanked the floor for a lovely opportunity given to him and for all the support throughout the year.

19. Adoption of Audited Accounts AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi informed the floor that the copy of the accounts were kept in front of all the delegates. He also informed the floor that there were no interim accounts for the period of 1-07to 13-08-2016. There were no questions raised and AST Tr. Devendra Gandhi asked for a proposer and a seconder Proposed by : PURT 144 Seconded by : SART 187 20. “ergea t s Time Yamraj and Chitragupta came back to tickle the floor s ribs and boy did they do that. They next called upon the Chairman Tr. Hitesh and the AST Tr. Devendra urf Bittu Gandhi. Sq. Leg Masood as Yamraj roamed about in his godly attire and fined everyone who was not in the dress code.

The antics of Yamraj and Chitragupta had everyone laughing.

21. Motions Chairman Tr. Hitesh Kering requested the Scrutinizers to announce the rules for the motion. The scrutinizers requested that only voting delegates of each table to be seated at the respective table.

The scutinizers informed the floor that as the area is splitting into 2 – Area 3 and Area 15 the procedures of the motions will be carried out for each area separately.

First A3 will get a chance to say For and Against the Motions and vote and then Area 15 The Chairman also requested the delegates to address all through the presiding chairman.

21 (A). Motion 1 Chairman Tr. Hitesh requested AIPC Tr.

Piyush Daga to please present the first motion to the floor Motion 1 Increase in the TEXT Levy in D form Dues Proposed by : AREA BOARD Motion affecting the Area Rules 2/3rd majority required It is hereby resolved that the Existing Text Levy in D Form dues of Rs. 2,000/- per Table per tabling year, be hereby raised to Rs.4,000/- per Table per tabling year.

Explanation:

1. Last increase in Text Levy in D Form dues in Area III was affected in the almost 10 years back. Area III & Area XV Tables have grown in number over these last many years and participation increased both quantitatively and qualitatively needing an urgent increase to match the expenditure.

2. Inflation has eroded the real value of Text Levy in D Form dues, which were last raised almost 10 years back and this needs to be made good by appropriate proposed increase.

3. Considering the geographical spread of Area III & Area XV an increase of Rs.2,000/- per table per tabling year over the existing levy of Rs. 2,000/- per table per tabling year is a very small increase.

Motion 1 (Contd…) The motion was seconded by MGRT 198 for Area 3 and PSRT 177 for Area 15 For the Motion Delegates (Area 3)

1. Tr. Ankit Parekh, BRT 2 – It is a very small increase when looked at the point of the whole table. Moreover it is for the Chairman and secretary of the table who anyways attend the TEXT Against the Motion Delegates (Area 3) No one spoke against the motion Voting for the Motion (Area 3) The motion proposed by the Area board for increase in TEXT levy was put to vote by Area 3 and was passed unanimously.

End of Motion 1 for new Area III Area 15 Motion 1 (Contd…) PRT 15 proposed an amendment to the Motion for Area 15 Amended Motion : Increase in the TEXT Levy in D form Dues Proposed by : AREA BOARD Motion affecting the Area Rules 2/3rd majority required It is hereby resolved that the Existing Text Levy in D Form dues of Rs. 2,000/- per Table per tabling year, be hereby raised to Rs.6,000/- per Table per tabling year.

Explanation:

1. Last increase in Text Levy in D Form dues in Area III was affected in the almost 10 years back. Area III & Area XV Tables have grown in number over these last many years and participation increased both quantitatively and qualitatively needing an urgent increase to match the expenditure.

2. Inflation has eroded the real value of Text Levy in D Form dues, which were last raised almost 10 years back and this needs to be made good by appropriate proposed increase.

3. Considering the geographical spread of Area III & Area XV an increase of Rs.2,000/- per table per tabling year over the existing levy of Rs. 2,000/- per table per tabling year is a very small increase.

Motion 1 – Area 15 Amended Motion (Contd…) The amended motion was seconded by PRRT 105 For the Motion Delegates (Area 15) No one spoke for the motion Against the Motion Delegates (Area 15)

1. Tr. Yogesh Agrawal, PURT 144 – TEXT Levy is just a gesture and increasing it does not make sense. At the end the table is anyways reimbursing the Chairman and Secretary for attending the TEXT.

Against the Motion Non-Delegates (Area 15)

1. Sq. Leg Sanjay Kanakia, PURT 144 – TEXT Levy was proposed in 2003 and the concept behind TEXT levy was to create seed money for the Area board for advance bookings of the venue. An arbitrary increase of Rs. 4000/is unjustified Voting for the Motion (Area 15) The amended motion proposed by the Area board for increase in TEXT levy was put to vote by Area 15 and was passed with 2/3rd Majority.

End of Motion 1 for new Area XV Chairman Tr. Hitesh requested AVC Tr. Manan Soni to please come forward and present the next Motion Motion 2 Increase in the D form Dues Proposed by: AREA III BOARD Motion affecting the Area Rules 2/3rd majority required It is hereby resolved that the Existing D For dues of Rs.2,000/- per tabler per tabling year, be hereby raised to Rs.

3,000/- per tabler per tabling year (Keeping the Rs. 1,000/per tabler as AAGM corpus unchanged.

Explanation:

1. Last increase in D For dues in Area III was affected in the year 2013-2014. Whereas, D For dues have remained static over a period of more than 3 years. Area III activities, events, and Area Board initiatives have increased both quantitatively and qualitatively needing an urgent increase to match the expenditure.

2. Area III under went a re-organization, wherein certain corpus funds needs to be given to the new re-structured area consisting of Pune, Solapur and Aurangabad, resulting in depletion of Area III corpus funds, the same need to be rebuilt in earnest.

Motion 2 (Contd…)

3. As per the motion passed and approved at the NAGM in Delhi in January 2016 the Table Chairmen now form part of the quorum of Area Board Meetings resulting in increase in the travel budget of the Area Board. This additional cost needs to be made good.

4. Inflation has eroded the real value of D For dues, which were last raised in the year 2013-2014 and this needs to be made good by appropriate proposed increase.

5. Considering the geographical spread of Area III & Area XV increase of Rs.1,000/- per tabler per tabling year over the existing levy of Rs. 3,000/- per tabler per tabling year is a very small increase.

The motion was seconded by NRT 83 for Area 3 and PRT 15 for Area 15 Area 15 No one spoke For or Against the Motion Voting for the Motion (Area 15) The motion proposed by the Area board for increase in D Form dues was put to vote by Area 15 and was passed unanimously.

End of Motion 2 for new Area XV Motion 2 (Contd…) Area 3 Tr. Ankit Parekh, BRT 2 – As the proposed motion is saying that there is an increase in the travelling expense of the area board and hence there is a need to increase the D Form, it will be better to first have the proposed budget presented to the floor and then the motion taken up.

Agenda no 30. – Presentation & Approval of the Budget for the year 2016-17 Incoming Chairman Tr. Manan Soni presented the budget. He duly explained the total collection with relation to last years budget of undivided Area 3 and where the increased D form amount was budgeted towards. After hearing in detail the explanation of the proposed budget it was Proposed by : BRT 2 Seconded by : BWRT 6 Motion 2 (Contd…) Voting for the Motion Area 3 The motion proposed by the Area board for increase in D Form dues was put to vote by Area 3 and was passed unanimously.

End of Motion 1 for new Area III Chairman Tr. Hitesh requested Tr. Rahul Agarwala from NRT 83 to please come forward and present the next Motion proposed by the TEX of Nagpur Round Table 83.

Motion 3 D Form dues Proposed by the TEX - NAGPUR ROUND TABLE 83 Motion not affecting the Constitution Motion affecting the Area Rules 2/3rd Majority required It is hereby resolved that any new table Inaugurated before October 01 of the tabling year shall be liable to paying D Form dues to the Area for that tabling year. For purpose of clarity, Tabling year is from July 01 to June 30.

Explanation:



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