Power of Trustees

  • The Board of Trustees shall do all acts, deeds and things reasonable and proper for the realization, maintenance, protection and benefit of the Trust.  Should, however, it be necessary for the Trustees to sell any Trust Property, such discretion shall be exercised with the greatest of reluctance and caution, and only if it is absolutely for the benefit of the Trust and on a resolution being passed unanimously by all the Trustees.

  • The Board of Trustees may nominate persons of high social standing and esteem as Advisors, Patrons or Members of the Trust and such persons who are nominated shall form part of the Advisory Board of the Trust, and shall be eligible to attend the Advisory Board Meetings and give such advises to the members of the Board of Trustees as to how to carry on the activities of the Trust.

  • The Board of Trustees shall employ such staff, including qualified medical practitioners, nurses and others in an honorary capacity or on such remuneration, as they consider appropriate to run the affairs of the Trust.

  • The services of the Trust shall be offered absolutely free for the economically weaker section of the public and which shall be without discrimination as to sex, nationality, religion, caste, creed, language or any other cause.  However, this shall not in any way preclude the Board of Trustees from charging fees from persons who are able to afford the same.

  • The Board of Trustees may accept donations to the Trust from well-wishers, either in cash or in kind, including equipment, furniture, appliances, etc. However, these are to be added to the corpus of the Trust and used only for the purposes of the Trust. Any donation received by the Trust from any person shall be treated as corpus donation unless otherwise specifically mentioned by the donor.

  • The Board of Trustees shall pay or cause to pay, out of the income of the Trust, all dues on account of rent, rates, taxes, insurance, electricity and water charges and all such expenses in connection with the operation and management of the activities carried on by the Trust and/or for the protection and preservation of the assets of the Trust.  Where such income is insufficient to meet the expenses, the Board may use such portion of the corpus of the Trust for the purpose, as may be found necessary.

  • Where the income of the Trust is in excess of the expenditure, such excess shall be added to the corpus of the Trust.

  • The Board of Trustees shall have the power to borrow money on security of the Trust Property and to alienate any part of the Trust Property in connection therewith.

  • The Board of Trustees may invest the trust funds in Government Securities, Deposits with Banks, Post Office, Government Companies in accordance with the provisions of Section 11(5) read with section 13(1)(d)  of the Income Tax Act, 1961 or any amendment thereof which may be in force for the relevant financial year.

  • The Board of Trustees shall not invest the Trust funds in any manner other than that specifically mentioned above.

  • The Board of Trustees shall have the power to purchase, take on lease or exchange, or otherwise acquire any movable or immovable property and any rights or privileges necessary for the purpose of pursuing the objects of the Trust.

  • The Board of Trustees shall meet as often as considered necessary and expedient and in any case, not less frequently than once every three months, to dispose of matters concerning the Trust.

  • In case of there arising any difference of opinion among the Trustees in respect of any matter relating to the Trust, the view of the majority of the Trust shall prevail and be carried out. In case of a deadlock regarding any issue, the decision of the Managing Trustee shall be final.

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Kannanmoola, Medical College PO,

Thiruvananthapuram - 695 011, Kerala

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