The affairs of the Association shall be managed by a body called Executive Committee which shall, unless otherwise determined by General Body, shall consist of the following members:-

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H. L. Kumar

Chief Patron

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Adv.Arun Kumar


Adv.Yogesh Gupta


Mr.Ashok Srivastav


Our Board Members-

Adv. R. C. Mathur


Mr. Satendra Singh

State President

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Mr. I.S. Verma

Vice Chairman

Dr. S. S. Upadhyay

Sr. Vice-President

Arvind Kumar Shrivastava

Sr. Vice-President

Mr. Rajesh Singh

General Secretary

Joint SecretaryMr. Yogesh Kumar

Joint Secretary

C.A. -R.P. Srivastav


Mr. V.D. Vyas

Asst. Treasurer

Adv. R.K. Gaur

Secretary- Legal

Adv. S.K. Sharma

Secretary Organisation

Adv. Neeraj Sinha

Secretary Co-ordination

Duties of Management Committee:

  • To manage the Association.
  • To publish annual progress report and to chalk-out plan and implements of annual functions.
  • To control over all movable and immovable property of the Association.
  • To solve all disputes of association.
  • To form various types of sub- committee and sub- rules and to nominate office bearers of sub- committee to fulfil the aims and object of the Association.
  • To accept donation, gifts, movable and immovable property, economic help from state government, central government, human resource ministry, social welfare department to fulfil the aims and object of the Association.
  • To take movable / immovable property, building, land, etc. through sale / purchase / rent / lease.
  • To form District Committee in every district.
  • The management and control of the association shall be vested with the Management Committee, which shall be the Governing Body of the Association. In addition to the powers and authority conferred to Management Committee by these presents, the Management Committee may exercise all such powers and do all such acts and things as may be required for smooth functioning of the affairs of the association.
  • To make or alter rules on the matters which are not specifically provided for General Body.
  • To send representative or delegates for participating in the conference, debates, lectures, meetings and other gatherings for the achievement of the aims and objectives of the Association.
  • To decide any emergency matter, this is of special importance in the interest of the Association.