Water is one of the main resources for living. In many states, especially in rural areas women are walking miles and miles to bring water. Due to ecological imbalance, water scarcity is a major issue. In India, many traditional methods are still being practiced in rural areas like digging the pits in backyards of houses. The purification of water available in these rural areas is questionable, as a result of which major health problems are being araised in children and women. KOTA EDUCATION AND CHARITABLE TRUST is therefore establishing Drinking water plants in rural India to provide better water service to the human beings for their good health.
b. Vice Chairperson
Conducting the meetings for the particular Committee. Supervising, guiding and advising the committee members to run the Committee with discipline to achieve the goals as per the aims and objectives of the trust.
In the absence of the Chairperson the Vice-Chairperson will perform the duties of Chairperson.
To maintain the records of the committee, scheduling the meetings and communicating with the Committee members of all activities of the Committee for conducting meetings.
In absence of Secretary he/she will perform the duties of Secretary.
Maintenance of accounts, revenue and expenditure records.
members shall come to the meetings and office on time to time based on the work given by the Committee. Members of the State Water Parevekshana Committee shall be travelling anywhere in their respective State based on the project work needed.
Functions of Water Parevekshana Committee:
To establish Drinking water purification plants in all the rural areas of their respective State. State Water Parevekshana Committee will nominate District, Mandal, Taluk and the Village Water Parevekshana Committee and monitor the activities of the District/Mandal/Taluk/Village Water Parevekshana Committees. All the Water Parevekshana Committees will work under the supervision, advice and guidance of the National Water Parevekshana Committee. Members of Water Parevekshana Committee will be travelling to all the States for approval, monitor the work at various levels and assist the National Water Parevekshana Committee.
The District/Mandal/Taluk/Village Water Parevekshana Committees of all states will submit their report to the State Water Parevekshana Committee. The Water Parevekshana Committees will collect all the required personal data like address proof, educational qualification, PAN card, IT returns, personal profile, social standing of the prospective members of the Committee. The State Water Parevekshana committee will submit the reports to the National Water Parevekshana Committee.
All the records of the meetings conducted along with minutes of the meeting and resolutions if any, shall be in possession of Secretary. The quorum required to conduct the meetings is 2/3 rd of the active members. The time period to conduct the meetings is at least once in a month.
All the office bearers have to attend the office everyday regularly to perform their duties.
Office expense to be shared equally by all the members of state committee and sub-committee.