BCS STUDENTS' COUNCIL ELECTIONS- 2017
OPPORTUNITY TO REPRESENT THE YOUTH
The student community at the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (BCS) is represented by a COUNCIL of STUDENT LEADERS who are elected by the students themselves. All the Student participants who are currently studying in any college/institute across India and have registered for, as well as participating in the 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad being organized from January 17 to 19, 2017 at MIT Campus, Pune are eligible to apply and participate in the forthcoming BCS Students’ Council Elections 2017. They will get an opportunity to offer themselves for the consideration of the below mentioned posts in the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad Students’ Council 2017 -
- The number of positions open for the 2017 elections of the BCS Students’ Council are as mentioned below —
- State Coordinators of BCS (29 nos.)
- Coordinators for the Union Territories (7 nos.)
- All Districts Coordinators of Maharashtra (36 nos.)
ELECTIONS 2017-18, POLICY & PROCEDURES
Please read all the instructions before submitting the application form
- The application form has to be filled online only. Apply at www.bharatiyachhatrasansad.org.
- The nomination for various coordinator positions will be open on the website from January 16, 2017 till January 31, 2017 only. Kindly note that the application forms received with the incomplete information will not be considered for further scrutiny.
- After the given deadline i.e. January 31, 2017 by 6 pm, no application forms will be accepted online. The forms received with complete information will be scrutinized by the Election Committee of the BCS on the basis of the validity of the forms and the information provided by the applicants.
- The applicants shortlisted for contesting elections for each of the posts as mentioned above for the BCS Students’ Council Elections 2017 will be informed telephonically and/or by email by February 15, 2017 by 6 pm, and their profiles will be uploaded on the website same day by 6 pm for voting through email by other BCS student leaders from 2011 to 2017.
- The email voting will be open from February 15, 2017 till March, 5 2017. All the votes have to be emailed on firstname.lastname@example.org only.
- Each BCS student leader can vote for only one person in each of the categories (Eg. Vote for any one candidate in each State, each Union Territory and each of the Maharashtra districts). Voting for more than one candidate in one category will make the vote of participant invalid and therefore not be counted.
- Alumni of BCS are also allowed to vote i.e. those participants who have attended any of the earlier annual conclave of Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad from 2011 till date can vote too, for these candidates offering themselves for the Post of Coordinators.
- The votes have to be emailed from your registered email Id mentioning the following — Name for whom voted along with the Category Voter’s full name, Place, DOB, Year of participation in BCS, Contact no & Email Id.
- The candidate receiving the highest vote in each of the categories will be declared the winner. In case of no voting in a category for any of the candidates, the position remains void.
- Results will be declared and uploaded on the website www.bharatiyachhatrasansad.org on April 5, 2017 by 6pm evening.
- The investiture and swearing in ceremony of the elected student council will take place at MAEER’s MIT School of Government, Pune on Saturday, April 22, 2017 by 10am.
- After one year of tenure the BCS Student Council Coordinators will hand over the charge to the next Student Council to be elected during or after the 7th annual national conclave of BCS in 2018.
- In case activities of any elected coordinators of the Student Council is found against the principles & objectives of the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad. The governing council reserves the right to recall the representative and cancel his/her appointment. In such a case the candidate next on the vote score will be offered the post.
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