Staffing of Functional Organizational Groups .

The numerical strength of the various functional groups stipulated within the party’s architecture would be decided once the party becomes a living breathing reality; along with the experience-education-expertise-knowledge matrix that would be worked for each group as it forms.

The following guidelines are simple base-frames to the makeup matrix of each group and / or category of group that becomes operational and that would vary from group to group and situation to situation.

  1. PLANS-BOARD GROUPS,
  2. IMPLIMENTATION BOARD GROUPS
  3. AUDIT BOARD GROUPS
  4. AT THE CENTRE, STATE, DISTRICT and LOCAL LEVELS
  5. The Party’s Local Village Cluster Groups would be targeted to elect 25-50 members from which the functional groups would be of 10 members.
  6. The Leadership Groups would comprise the best available talent mix
  7. Members who have been elected to various party bodies would form part of all functional groups of the party
  8. The Local Party Functional Groups by size would comprise 4 categories:
  9. Local Party Functional Groups 1- 20 to 50 members.
  10. Local Party Functional Groups 2 - 51 to 150 members.
  11. Local Party Functional Groups 3 - 151 to 300 members.
  12. Local Party Functional Groups 4 - 301 members and above.

For category 1 Party Functional Groups: the executive Groups would comprise a Group Leader elected in turn form within 12 elected members to the executive group.

All attempts must be made to nurture women candidates if not less than 40% with 50% as an ideal and the possibility of more women than men, if the quality and merit so dictates.

Two Secretaries from amongst the members would be nominated by the Group Leader.
For category (2) Functional Party Groups – Group Leader and 20 members will be elected. All attempts must be made to nurture women candidates of not less than 40% strength, with 50% as an ideal and the possibility of more women than men, if the quality and merit so dictates, must be left as a possible reality at any time within any Group dynamic.

The Group Leader will nominate one General Secretary and two Secretaries from amongst the members.


For category (3) Functional Party Groups – Group Leader and 30 members are proposed to be elected out of which the party shall attempt to encourage women such that their strength is not less than 40% or higher. The Group Leader, in consultation with the general elected body and strictly based on merit, and required qualities for the concerned role, shall nominate two Vice-Presidents, one General Secretary and two Secretaries from among the members. Among the office bearers, the party shall mandate appropriate representation for women, based on merit and attempt to have at least 3 women in the executive group.


For category (4) Functional Party Groups – Group Leader and 50 members are proposed to be elected out of which the party shall attempt to encourage women such that their strength is not less than 40% or higher. The Group Leader, in consultation with the general elected body and strictly based on merit, and required qualities for the concerned role, shall nominate four Vice-Presidents, two General Secretary and four Secretaries from among the members. Among the office bearers, the party shall mandate appropriate representation for women, based on merit and attempt to have at least 10 women in the executive group.


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