3 place the principal office of the trust shall be

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3. PLACE  The principal office of the Trust shall be situated at ______________________ or such other place as the Trustees may from time to time decide. The Trust may also carry on its work at any other place or places, as decided by the Trustees. 4. OBJECTS a) Educational – to run, maintain or assist any educational or other institution for coaching, guidance, counseling or vocational training or to grant individual scholarships for poor, deserving and needy students for elementary and higher education. b) Medical – to run, maintain or assist any medical institution, nursing home or clinics or to grant assistance to needy and indigent persons for meeting the cost of medical treatment.
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c) Relief of the poor –  to give  financial or other assistance in  kind by way of distribution of books, notebooks, cloths, uniforms, or meals for the poor and indigent and to the persons suffer due to natural calamities. d) Other objects of general public utility –  i. to acquire property for the sole use for public good by making it available for public purposes as for example, housing a library clinic, cr è che and/or as a community ball to be available for public use as training classes, seminars, discourses and other public functions for benefit of the community in general. ii. to undertake any other activity incidental to the above activities but which are not inconsistent with the above objects.  PROVIDED the Trust may assist/donate the other TRUST to carry out the various objects mentioned in the objects clause in such manner and to the extent the Trustees may decide upon from time to time. 5. FUNDS  The Trustees may accept donations, grants, subscriptions, aids or contributions from any person, Government, Local authorities or any other charitable institutions, in cash or in kind including immovable property without any encumbrance, but the Trustees shall not accept any receipt with any condition or terms inconsistent with the objects of the Trusts. While applying such receipts to the objects, the Trustees shall respect the directions, if any, by the granter. Any receipt with specific direction to treat the same as part of the corpus of the Trust or separate fund shall be funded accordingly. 6. INVESTMENTS i. All monies, which shall not immediately required for current needs shall be invested by the Trustees in eligible securities and investments, or in banks. Such investments shall be in the name of Trust or Trustees.
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  • Spring '18
  • President of the United States, Vice President of the United States, trustees, general body

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