VISION AND MISSION

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WE, the graduates and former students of Tabuk Institute bound together with same sentiments in order to uphold the ideals inculcated to us by our venerable school and to share our talents and efforts for the promotion of the general welfare of our Alma Mater, imploring the aid of the Divine Providence, have assembled ourselves and have adopted this Constitution and By-laws to govern our organization.

ARTICLE I – NAME.

Section 1. The name of the organization shall be known as the TABUK     INSTITUTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION or by its acronym TIAA.

ARTICLE II – PRINCIPAL OFFICE

Section 1. The Principal Office of the TIAA shall be situated at Tabuk Kalinga Province.

ARTICLE III- PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES

Section 1. The TIAA shall have the primary purpose of promoting collectively   the general welfare of Tabuk Institute;
Section 2. Serve as a forum and feedback mechanism on policies affecting the   school;
Section 3. Assist the school in the formation and implementation of policies, programs and projects;

ARTICLE IV – MEMBERSHIP

Section 1. Any graduate or former student of Tabuk Institute shall be a member of the TIAA;
Section 2. membership Fee – All members shall pay a membership fee as     follows:
P100 – For Income earnings members
P50 – For college undergraduate students
Section 3. Annual Dues – All members shall pay an annual due of:
P100 – For Income earnings members
P50 – For college undergraduate students

ARTICLE V – GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Section 1. The General Assembly shall be the policy making body of the TIAA which shall be vested the power to elect the officers of the association and serve as a forum for the Foundation Day Anniversary of the school;
Section 2. The General Assembly meeting shall be held once a year which date shall coincide with the Foundation Day anniversary of the school;
Section 3. QUORUM – In general assembly meetings, the attendance of 50 members who have registered for the purpose shall constitute a quorum;
Section 4. Fifty (50%) percent plus one of the quorum shall be sufficient to approve, ratify any resolution or action of the general assembly.

ARTICLE VI – OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES

Section 1. The officers of the TIAA shall be the president. Vice president, secretary, treasurer, auditor, two(2) business managers, two(2) public relation officers, warden;
Section 2. Duties of Officers – The duties of the officers shall be:
PRESIDENT
1. To preside on all meetings of the general assembly and Executive council;
2. To provide the kind of leadership necessary for the attainment of the goals of the association;
3. To recommend and propose policy guidelines that shall govern the conduct of the affairs of the             TIAA;
4. To sign contracts and other documents relative to its business and activities;
5. Call special meetings of the executive Council whenever he deems necessary;
Render an annual Report to the General Assembly.
VICE PRESIDENT
1. Perform the duties assigned to him by the president and the executive council;
2. Perform the duties and discharge the functions of the president during the latter’s temporary absence or inability to act as much;
3. Succeed the president in case of permanent incapability, inability, resignation, removal or death.
2. To render reports on the state of the school in every General Assembly Meeting
Section 3. TERMS OF OFFICE – The terms of office of all elective and appointive officers of the TIAA shall be two (2) years which shall commence from their installation to the installation of their successors and are entitled to re-election.

ARTICLE VII – EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Section 1. The Executive Council shall be composed by elective and appointive officers of the TIAA.
Section 2. The Executive Council shall be the administrative arm of the association.
Section 3. The president may create a committee which he deems necessary for efficient administration and appoint its officer and members.
Section 4. The president may call a meeting of the Executive Council at anytime and place whom he deem necessary.

ARTICLE VIII – GRAND REUNION

Section 1. There shall be a regular meeting yearly Grand Re-union of all members of the TIAA which date shall coincide with the annual celebration of the founding anniversary of Tabuk Institute and the General Assembly Meeting.

ARTICLE IX – CHAPTERS AND CLASS BATCHES

Section 1. In out-of-town communities where there are several members of TIAA residing, they may form a chapter of the association in their communities which shall be autonomous in nature, provided however that their activities are properly coordinated with the Executive Council.

ARTICLE X – FUNDS AND PROPERTIES

Section 1. The fund of the TIAA shall be derived from the membership fees, annual dues, special assessments of members, gifts, donation, grants or other sources including income from economic enterprises, sales of assets and all proceeds from any events of the TIAA.
Section 2. There shall be a regular yearly appropriation from the general fund of the TIAA for an endowment fund of the Tabuk Institute.
Section 3. Except for funds derived from annual dues and scholarship subscription, all fund derived from other sources shall be appropriated as follows:

A. 40% – For TIAA administration expenses
b. 60% – For Tabuk Institute endowment fund
Section 5. Funds derived from scholarship subscriptions shall be remitted in full to the school for the said purpose.

ARTICLE XI – SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE

Section 1. A scholarship committee shall be established to plan, implement and supervise the scholarship program of the TIAA;
Section 2. there shall be established a regular scholarship program of the association for indigents but deserving students as well as outstanding students;
Section 3. the scholarship program of the TIAA shall be funded through subscriptions from patrons, non-government organizations and other private business and commercial institutions.

ARTICLE XII AMENDMENTS

Section 1. this constitution and by-laws may be amended, repealed or altered on whole or in part by a majority vote of the members constituting a quorum in General Assembly Meeting called for such purpose.

ARTICLE XIII – EFFECTIVITY

This constitution and by-laws shall take effect immediately upon ratification of the members of Tabuk Institute Alumni association in a General Meeting called for the purpose.
THIS CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE TABUK INSTITUTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION WAS RATIFIED BY THE MAJORITY VOTE IN A GENERAL MEETING HELD ON FERUARY 14, 1995 HELD AT THE TABUK INSTITUTE COMPOUND, TABUK, KALINGA PROVINCE.