2. Constitution of the Student Council
3. Role of the Student Council
4. Student Council Meetings
5. Dissolution of the Council
The purpose of establishing the Student Council (SC) is to create an effective communication bridge between the administrative authorities and the student body. While students can approach administrative officials individually, the SC acts as a collective platform for communication. Additionally, the SC plays a pivotal role in organizing and promoting cultural, sports, social, and educational events within the institution. It also provides students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills and engage in program planning and volunteering.
The Student Council at PCER comprises the following members:
All student office bearers are nominated for their positions. Nominations can come from self-nomination or teacher nominations. Nominees have the opportunity to present themselves, followed by elections. Candidates undergo an election process, and after vote counting, the Principal and teachers select the Student Council committee members. Ensuring gender balance in the Council is a priority.
The primary role of the Student Council is to facilitate information exchange between administrative officials and students. The Council aims to:
The Student Council operates in alignment with its objectives. It collaborates with the administration on planning and development activities. Its key functions include:
Office Bearers and Responsibilities
The Student Council convenes at least once per semester, and additional meetings may be called as needed. Attendance of faculty members and the Student Council is mandatory. Faculty members’ input is valuable for developing the leadership skills of student members.
Meeting notices must be sent to Council members at least two days in advance. Meetings cannot proceed without the presence of the Principal, faculty Incharge, General Secretary, or Secretary. Meeting minutes should be recorded and made available to the Faculty Incharge after obtaining the Principal’s signature.
Sample Meeting Minutes Format
Meeting minutes should clearly document agenda points and include:
The Student Council may be dissolved at any time, with or without prior notice, by the Principal, depending on the circumstances. If dissolution is contemplated, a one-week notice will be given, allowing the Council to provide explanations or justifications. The final decision to dissolve rests with the Principal