1. The president shall be the regular presiding at all the meetings of the society as described under Art. In the absence of disability of the president his duties shall be performed by the vice president, or in the absence of vice president, by any member of the council, designated by the officer of the council.
2. The president shall, in consultation with the officers of the council, appoint members to any special committee constituted in pursuit of the objectives of the society.
3. The president shall have a general supervision of the affairs of the society and shall act as its spokesperson when dealing with outside bodies, organizations, societies etc.
4. The president shall exercise such financial powers as may be delegated to him by the council.
5. The president will be elected for a period of two years during which he/she will arrange a Nuclear Medicine conference of national level of its center.
1. The Secretary shall conduct the day-to-day business of the society under the supervision and guidance of the president.
2. The Secretary shall record or cause to be recorded minutes of the minutes of the society.
3. The Secretary shall give and receive all notices in connection with the affairs of the society and shall be the custodian of the record of the society.
4. The Secretary shall submit an annual report on the activities of the society at its annual meeting.
5. The Secretary shall be responsible for conducting correspondence on behalf of the society.
1. The Treasurer shall maintain complete record of all financial transactions in the manner approved by the council.
2. The account of the society shall be audited every year and the report presented to the annual meeting by the Treasurer after approval of the council.
1. The council (preparatory council) may refuse to elect or to transfer, any candidate whose character, reputation, professional conduct would make him an undesirable person.
2. A reapplication for admission, or transfer of the grade, may be submitted after expiration of one year from the date of rejection of the original application.
3. A member in good standing may resign by submitting a written resignation to the secretary.
4. A member in good standing may be dropped from membership of acts, conducts or practices which tend to injure or adversely affect the reputation of the society.
5. A former member who applies for installment within two years may be reinstated by the council upon payment of appropriate fee, current dues, and subscription charges. If the period of inactivity is in excess of two years, the former member must submit an application as a candidate for fresh membership.
The annual dues and subscription charges for society publications shall be determined by the council from time to time.
The amendment in article of association (constitution) will be made/passed only by 2/3rd majority. The council may make additional rules and procedures keeping in view the provisions of Article 15.2 of the constitution of the society.