GJS Intellectual Company Australia Sample Webpage
Sampel Laman Web Syarikat Intelek GJS Australia
GJS Intellectual Company Australia in Victoria of Australia was established in November 2006 under the initiatives of the committed biochemical engineer and communities. The company currently consists of approximately 15 members of engineering professionals mainly around the Dandenong area. Space of activity is sponsored by the library authorities.
Syarikat Intelek GJS Australia di Victoria bagi Australia ditubuhkan pada bulan November 2006 atas inisiatif-inisiatif bagi jurutera biokimia dan komuniti-komuniti terbabit. Syarikat tersebut kini mengandungi lebih kurang 15 orang ahli bagi professional-profesional jurutera yang tinggal terutamanya di sekitar kawasan Dandenong. Ruang bagi aktiviti adalah ditaja pihak-pihak berkuasa perpustakaan.
The engineering company will be able to provide convenient space in public venues for engineering communities in Dandenong area to discuss various issues. The activity will encourage the full utilization of facilities and books typically allocated for engineering communities of the library.
Syarikat kejuruteraan akan memperuntukan ruangan yang selesa di kawasan-kawasan awam untuk komuniti kejuruteraan di Dandenong untuk membincang pelbagai isu. Aktiviti tersebut akan menggalakkan penggunaan prasarana dan buku dengan sepenuhnya yang diberikan kepada komuniti-komuniti kejuruteraan di perpustakaan tersebut.
The usual meeting is held anytime in Dandenong Library (Level 2, 225, Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, Victoria VIC 3175, Australia; Melway 91A F5). Gatherings in Chinese Lunar New Year, Christmas and other engineering events with program servings are available specially. Tea, biscuits, newspapers and books are prepared in every meeting day. Special outings are organized by some initiated active members.
平常会议是在任何时间于当地农图书馆(Level 2, 225, Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, Victoria VIC 3175, Australia; Melway 91A F5)。特别的节目集会将会在华人农历新年，圣诞节与其他工程节目呈现。茶点，饼干，报纸与书本将会在每次集会准备。特别的外游是由一些活跃带动性的会员主持。
Mesyuarat biasa berada pada bila-bila masa di Perpustakaan Dandenong (Tingkat 2, 225, Lebuh Lonsdale, Dandenong, Victoria VIC 3175, Australia; Melway 91A F5). Perhimpunan-perhimpunan Tahun Baru Cina, Krismas dan program-program kejuruteraan lain yang khas juga disediakan. Teh, biskut-biskut, suratkhabar dan buku-buku disediakan pada setiap hari mesyuarat. Aktiviti-aktiviti luar yang khas diorganisasikan atas inisiatif sesetengah ahli yang aktif.
Please contact GJS Intellectual Company Australia (www.kangchuentat.webs.com, SMS 0405421706 or +61405421706, e-mail Chuen-Tat Kang to firstname.lastname@example.org) who is responsible for promoting this university-community partnerships initiatives.
请通讯澳洲GJS智慧公司(www.kangchuentat.webs.com, SMS 0405421706或 +61405421706, 电邮江俊达致chuentat@hotmail.com)负责推广大专社区联系活动。
Sila hubungi Syarikat Intelek GJS Australia (www.kangchuentat.webs.com, SMS 0405421706 atau +61405421706, e-mel Kang Chuen Tat kepada email@example.com) yang bertanggungjawab ke atas galakan inisiatif-inisiatif kerjasama universiti dan komuniti ini.
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GJS ESTABLISHMENT PROPOSAL (060904)
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CONSTITUTION FOR GJS INTELLECTUAL COMPANY AUSTRALIA AS A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION WITH AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS NUMBER (ABN) : 51265896998
Section 1 : OBJECTIVES
The enhancement of the life-long engineering education for the well-beings of the engineers and engineering communities as a whole.
Section 2 : BRIEF INTRODUCTION
The Company was established in November 2006. The first location started this activity is in Dandenong Library situated in Dandenong region for the state of Victoria in Australia, consisting initially of 15 founding members.
Section 3 : MEMBERSHIP CONDITIONS
The Company (means GJS Intellectual Company Australia) welcomes every local resident to become a member.
Section 4 : MEMBERSHIP FEES
The memberships for the group is free for everybody with zero fees.
Section 5 : DONATIONS
All sorts of money donation could be directed to the Treasurer of the Company. The Company also welcomes the supply of books, equipment, transport, food and other necessities for the establishment and sustainability of the organization.
Section 6 : BANK ACCOUNT INFORMATION
All money will be placed in the selected bank with account number maintained by the treasurer, for various activity uses. It is the responsibility of the treasurer of the society to maintain proper bank account and the cash-flow information of the Company.
Section 7 : COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Approximately 15 members are required for the Establishment Committee based on the regulations provided. 3 of the starting members are classified into Executive Committee (EXCO) and the other 12 are grouped into Subordinate Committee (SUBCOM) of which the tentative responsibilities are outlined below :
7.1 Executive Committee (EXCO) : Consisting of the president, vice president, secretary, vice secretary and treasurer.
President is the chief of the Company, EXCO and representative to external organizations. The president will be assisted by the vice president in the management of the organization. The president is also the head of the disciplinary unit consisting of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and one observer. The disciplinary unit serves to make investigation, evaluation and judgement related to the matters that are against the principal and regulations of the Company. The disciplinary unit reserves the rights to suspend the memberships of those are seriously against the Regulations / Constitution set within the Company. All appeals could be made within 14 days to one month after receiving the formal letter from the disciplinary unit.
The secretary is the head of publication in all the correspondence in and out of the Company. The secretary is assisted by 1 vice secretary in the preparation of document for the Company uses, correspondence and electronic communication. It is also the responsibility of the secretary to maintain a proper website, managing the group messages of the Company and the maintenance of e-mail relevant to the issues and welfare of the organization. The secretary will be assisted by SUBCOM and members in updating the information of the Company on web, management of the book resources in the Company and planning the activity of the Company.
The responsibility of the treasurer is to ensure proper financial situation and the management of the money donation of the Company, inclusive of the collection and spending of membership fees and the support from the public as in Section 4 : MEMBERSHIP FEES, Section 5 : DONATIONS and Section 6 : BANK ACCOUNT INFORMATION. The treasurer is responsible for the approval of publication material of the Company.
Subordinate Committee (SUBCOM) : The number of SUBCOM members is not limited but the minimum is 10. The tentative responsibility is to assist EXCO in all management tasks. The SUBCOM is responsible for all sorts of material publication of the Company but prior approval has to be obtained from the treasurer. The SUBCOM will cooperate with the secretary in the reading material loan and activity loan for members.
Section 8 : COMPANY ADVISORS
The numbers of Company advisors are not limited. The main tasks are to provide advice to EXCO in handling specific issues relevant to the organization based preferably on the execution of activities in parallel to the interest and welfare of the members majority of which are interested in community engineering education.
Section 9 : GENERAL ELECTION AND DECISION MAKING
Two-third majority is required for making any formal decision relevant to the operation of the organization. The term of service is minimum 1 year of which the election will be held in September each year.
Section 10 : CASE SELECTION IN THE OPERATION OF GJS INTELLECTUAL COMPANY AUSTRALIA (“THE COMPANY”)
1. The Company welcomes the participation and memberships for resident of various background for comments, suggestions and contribution towards the proper organization management.
2. Proper language should always be used in the activity of the organization based on the rules and regulations of the Australian society.
3. The practises of various activities, for example, quizzes, competition, exhibition, publication, industrial visit and academic counselling are always welcome as forms of requirement for the sustenance of the organization but emphasis will be placed on the quality of the program performed and overall co-operation among the members in voluntary contribution to the engineering education program for the community.
Section 11 : ESTABLISHMENT OF THE PUBLIC FUND
The establishment of the Australian Engineering Community Necessitous Circumstances Fund (“AECNCF”) is to be maintained for the relief of persons in Australia who are in necessitous circumstances. The Fund is established to receive all gifts of money or property for this purpose and any money received because of such gifts must be credited to its bank account. The Fund must not receive any other money or property into its account and it must comply with the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Commonwealth Australia).
Section 12 : INFORMING THE TAXATION OFFICE
The organization must inform the responsible taxation office for the non-profit organizations as soon as possible if :
(a) it changes its name or the name of its public fund; or
(b) there is any change to the membership of the management committee of the public fund; or
(c) amongst other things there has been any material changes to the rules of the society or the Australian Engineering Community Necessitous Circumstances Fund (“AECNCF”)
Section 13 : MINISTERIAL RULES
The organization will comply with any rules that the Treasurer and the Minister with responsibility for the charitable organizations may make to ensure that gifts made to the fund are only used for its principal purpose.
Section 14 : NON-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
The income and property of the organization shall be used and applied solely in promotion of its objects and no portion shall be distributed, paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividend, bonus or by way of profit to members, directors, or trustees of the organization.
Section 15 : CONDUIT POLICY
allocation of funds or property to other persons or organisations will be made
in accordance with the established purposes of the organization and not be
influenced by the preference of the donor.
Section 16 : PUBLIC FUND WINDING-UP
In case of the winding-up of the Fund or if the endorsement of the Fund as a deductible gift recipient is revoked, any surplus assets are to be transferred to other deductible gift recipient.
Section 17 : STATISTICAL INFORMATION
Statistical information requested by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on donations to the Fund will be provided within four months of the end of the financial year. An audited financial statement for the organization and its public fund will be supplied with the annual statistical return if requested. The statement will provide information on the expenditure of public fund monies and the management of public fund assets.
Section 18 : OBJECTIVE OF PUBLIC FUND
The object of the Australian Engineering Community Necessitous Circumstances Fund (“AECNCF”) is to provide relief to persons in Australia who are in necessitous circumstances.
Section 19 : ACTIVELY SEEKING DONATION
Members of the public are to be invited to make gifts of money or property to the fund for the charity purposes of the organization.
Section 20 : PUBLIC FUND BANK ACCOUNT
A separate bank account is to be opened to deposit money donated to the fund, including interest accruing thereon, and gifts to it are to be kept separate from other funds of the organization. Money from interest on donations, income derived from donated property, and money from the realization of such property is to be deposited into the fund.
Section 21 : PUBLIC FUND’S MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
A committee of management will administer the fund. The committee will be appointed by a general meeting of the organization and be living permanently in Australia. A majority of the members of the committee are required to be “responsible persons” as defined by the Guidelines to the Gift Pack published by Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Section 22 : INCOME OF PUBLIC FUND
Money from interest on donations, income derived from donated property, and money from the realisation of such property is to be deposited into the fund. The release of monies from the public fund account and the management of, and sale of, public fund assets must be authorised by the fund’s management committee. Members of the public fund management committee permanently located in Australia must be the only signatories to the public fund account.
Section 23 : NOT-FOR PROFIT OF PUBLIC FUND
It is a requirement of both the organisation and the public fund that they be operated on a not-for-profit basis.
Section 24 : PUBLIC FUND RECEIPTS
Receipts are to be issued in the name of the fund and proper accounting records and procedures are to be kept and used for the fund. The fund will be operated on a not-for-profit basis.
Section 25 : DEFINITION
Company means “GJS Intellectual Company Australia”.
Minister means “Minister of the Department of Social Services Australia”.
Fund means Australian Engineering Community Necessitous Circumstances Fund (“AECNCF”) in Australia.