a) Not more than one amendment to the motion under discussion may be brought forward in the course of an ordinary meeting.

b) The President of the ordinary meeting shall decide at the meeting which one of the amendment received in accordance with the above rule 25(a) shall form the subject matter of the debate.

c) An amendment to the motion shall be discussed only after the first four speakers on the motion have spoken.

d) No amendment shall be valid which is not seconded in the meeting.

e) When an amendment is proposed and seconded members may at their option, speak either on the amendment or on the original motion.


a) At the conclusion of the debate as soon as the mover of the original motion exercises or formally surrenders his right to reply, the amendment if any shall first be put to vote if the President suggests or on a requisition by not less than(five) members of the Executive body. b) In case of tie, the President shall decide the question by lot.


The Advisor or his deputy or any member may call the President’s attention to a point of order even while a member is speaking but on speech shall be made to such point of order. 27. DISCIPLINE :

a) The president may call any member to order. If a member disobeys or disregards any order or ruling of the President or the Advisor or his deputy, the President may forthwith ask him to withdraw from the meeting and may report his name to the Principal. If necessary, the President may dissolve the meeting.

b) In any case not provided for by these rules Advisor or his deputy shall give a ruling regarding procedure on the Principle already laid down and his ruling shall be final.


a) Amendment to above rules shall be considered in the annual meeting of the Union to be held at the beginning of the session.

b) An amendment will not be effective if it is not duly seconded and of which a week’s clear notice has not been received.

c) An Amendment in order to be effective must be passed by a majority of 3/5th of the members present and voting and must receive the approval of the Principal.

d) Amendment to any of these rules shall be effective for the academic year in which it is passed. Such amendments, however, passed in two consecutive years will become effective permanently. The Principal is the final authority in all matters relating to the College Union.