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DNI'S Office Holders & Dignitaries Declaration 2020

 Dear Hon'ble Members, 

Let us rejoice with few names of the office holders of DNI that are being declared during Covid19 because the meetings are impossible due to unprecedented situation being arisen out of lockdown and hence the following persons are entrusted with roles and responsibilities of the organisation to carry out some functions as below:- 

Sh. V P Singh, Patron

Sh. Syed Shahid Hussain, Chief Adviser to CAB.

Sh. Amit Pamasi, National Convenor

Sh. Sudhir Hilsayan, Head of Media

Sh. Rakesh Bharati, Secretary General

Dr. N P Singh, Dy. Secretary General

Sh. Hemant Singh, CEC

Sh. Amit Anand & Mr. Bhopal Singh, Educational Development

Sh. Rajesh Choudhary, Education, Culture & Media Studies

Sh. Mohit Singh & Mr. Morale Sir, Economic Policies & Enterprises

Sh. R C Prasad , Sh. Keshav Kumar & Sh. G P Singh, Planning Committee

Sh. Rambriksh Ji, Mr. Manoj Kumar & Sh. Siyaram ji, Professional Courses.

Sh. Arvind Kumar, Legal Aid 

Dr. Raj Verma, Health Services

Women Cell to be headed by Eminent Lady.

Others Committee members to be selected by NGC as and when it is assembled.

 On & Behalf of DNI.




Kindly contact at Rakesh Kumar, Executive Secretary, DNI India, M-09648621107



Part X Miscellaneous Affairs and their functions and Administrations

Article 61.. Relation between DNI and the Government of India:

This article articulates the relation between DNI and the GoI and its agencies that will be based on coordination, cooperation and complementary and friendly in order to achieve the social objectives of DNI for the advancement of the deprived classes. DNI shall have always affirmative and constructive approach towards the GoI and its commitment for the welfare of the depressed sections of society. Further DNI shall seek the advice and assistance of the GoI to meet its objective speedily and render the same whenever sought by the GoI in the policy matters and their execution for the wellbeing of the depressed classes in the country. If any confrontation arises between it and GoI in their approaches not due to any malice intentions of DNI but due to critical observations of the government policies and their implementations.

Article 62 . Relation between DNI and the State governments: This article expects the same outcome and approach with the states as it do with the GOI. Moreover, DNI will have friendly approach with states while dealing in development projects.

Article 63 .Relation between DNI and International Development Agencies and Social Organizations: DNI may seek assistance of international agencies for educational, economic and social development of the vulnerable groups of people. DNI will also have friendly and constructive approach towards other social organizations to meet its social objectives. DNI may render its assistance to the vulnerable groups of people in other nations in time of needs for which DNI don't think necessary to take prior approval of the GoI to do so.

Article 64 . Provides for amendment process in the charter itself and the constitutions of the councils and their members if DNI feel to do so but it requires 2/3 rd majority opinion of NGC while present and voting for this purpose. It is a necessary process because it will make the organization dynamic and vibrant organic social body since any sorts of rigidity present in the organization may jeopardize to it in future.

Article 65 .Any sorts of ambiguities arising out of doubts not being clearly mentioned in the charter and thus such doubts may be cleared with interpretation of the enshrined philosophy in the preamble of the first part of this charter under the guidance of the CAB.

**The Preamble is the very soul and the hearts of DNI. **
 Drafted and Edited by R C PRASAD( National Coordinator and Mentor, DNI)