Bangladesh Shishu Academy Ordinance, 1976 The law enacted to create a new law in response to the demands of time, considering its provisions.
As per the Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 28 (Act No. 2 of 24), the fourth and the fourth and fourth paragraphs of the Constitution of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh on the approval and support of the Ordinances issued by the military decree from August 7 to April 1 Civil Petition for Leave to Appeal Nos. 1-5/26 filed by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court To evaluate the validity of the provider of military law unconstitutional ghosanapurbaka Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 1979 (Act No.1 of 1979) annulled the ordinances were losing effectiveness; And
since the ordinance of the Act of the 27th, some of the ordinances of that period were in force and in force in the public interest; And
As the review of the requirements and relevance of such ordinances is taken, the Government has taken decision to adopt the views of all the stakeholders and all the ministries or departments, and to make necessary amendments and amendments to the new law in Bengal; And
since it is expedient to establish a children’s academy and to make provisions in connection with the improvement of the cultural, scientific, recreational and educational activities of the children and related matters; And, in
light of the Government’s aforementioned decisions, it is expedient and necessary to make new laws in response to the needs of the period in view of its provisions, repealing Bangladesh Shishu Academy Ordinance, 1976 (Ordinance No. LXXIV of 1976);
Therefore, the law is hereby made as follows: –
Short title and introduction
- (3) This Act shall be called Bangladesh Children Academy Act, 20.
(2) It shall be effective immediately.
- Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, under this Act-
(1) “Academy” means the Bangladesh Children Academy referred to in section 4;
(2) “Chairman” means the Chairman of the Academy appointed under section 4;
(4) “Fund” means the Fund of the Academy;
(3) “regulation” means the regulations made under this Act;
(4) “Rule” means the rules made under this Act;
(4) “Board” means the management board of the Academy constituted under section 4;
(4) “Director General” means the Director General of the Academy;
(4) “child” means the child as defined in the Children Act, 24 (Act 25 of 27);
(4) “Member” means a member of the Board of Management constituted under section 4; And
(3) “honorary fellows” means persons honored by the Academy in the cases and procedures described in section 4.
Establishment of the Academy
- (4) The Bangladesh Shishu Academy, established under the Bangladesh Shishu Academy Ordinance, 1976 (Ordinance No. LXXIV of 1976), shall remain as it is established under this Act.
(2) The Academy shall be a statutory body and shall have a permanent continuity and a general seal and subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall have the power to acquire, hold and transfer property, both immovable and immovable, and may file a suit in its own name. A case can be filed against him in the name.
Office of the Academy
- (3) The headquarters of the Academy shall be in Dhaka.
(2) The Academy may establish, relocate or abolish its branches at any place in Bangladesh, with the prior approval of the Government.
Management and administration
- (4) The responsibility of the general management and administration of the Academy shall be vested on a Board, and the Board may exercise and exercise all the powers that the Academy may exercise and perform.
(2) The Board shall, from time to time, comply with the instructions given by this Act, Rules, Regulations and Government in the discharge of its duties and functions.
Formation of management boards, etc.
- (3) The management board of the Academy shall consist of the following members, namely: –
(a) the Chairman of the Academy, who shall also be the Chairman of the Board;
(B) the Director General, Bangla Academy;
(C) Director-General, Bangladesh Art Academy;
(D) Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka;
(E) three (one) representatives of the rank of joint secretary of the ministry nominated by the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs;
(F) one (1) representative of the rank of Additional Joint Secretary of the department nominated by the Finance Department;
(G) three (one) representatives of the rank of joint secretary of the ministry nominated by the Ministry of Social Welfare;
(H) three (one) representatives of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Ministry nominated by the Ministry of Information;
(I) three (one) representatives of the rank of joint secretary of the ministry nominated by the Ministry of Culture;
(J) three (one) representatives of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Ministry nominated by the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education;
(K) three (one) representatives of the rank of Additional Joint Secretary of the department nominated by the Department of Health Services;
(L) three (one) representatives of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Ministry nominated by the Ministry of Science and Technology;
(E) one (1) representative of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Ministry nominated by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology;
(1) the rank of additional Joint Secretary of the Ministry nominated by the Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts, one (1) representative;
(O) 3 (one) representatives of the Child Welfare Council;
(T) four (four) representatives, of whom two (two) shall be women, who have made special contributions to the development of children nominated by the Government; And
(e) the Director-General of the Academy, who shall also be the Member-Secretary of the Board.
(2) The nominees referred to in clause (t) of sub-section (1) shall hold their office for a period of three (three) years from the date of their nomination:
provided that the Government, at any time before the expiry of such term, Except as indicated, any member of such nominee may be exempted from his post or any member of the nominee may resign on his or her signed letter for the Government. Ben.
(4) If any nominated member is absent for three consecutive (three) meetings, his / her membership will automatically be terminated or abolished and the new member subsequently nominated.
(4) If any member of the Board becomes vacant within the term of office of a nominated member, the concerned authority shall nominate one (1) new member and thus the nominated member shall remain in the post till the date of his predecessor.
Meeting of the Board
- (4) The Board shall meet at least once every six (six) months, and such meeting shall be held at the date, time and place fixed by the Chairman.
(2) A meeting of the Board shall require the presence of at least one (seven) member.
(3) Each member shall have one vote in the meeting of the Board and in the case of equality of votes, the person presiding at the meeting shall have the power to cast a second or casting vote.
(4) The Chairman shall preside over all meetings of the Board and, in his absence, a member elected for such purpose by the members present shall serve as the Chairman.
(4) No vacancy in the post of any member of the Board or the error in the formation of the Board shall not invalidate any function or proceeding of the Board and no question shall be raised in connection with it.
Functions of the Academy
- The functions of the Academy shall be as follows: –
(a) To develop dormant talent, including creative and gentlemanly scholarship, to inspire great liberation war among children, love of the country, moral education, discipline and responsibility;
(B) development of cultural, scientific, recreational and educational activities of children;
(C) to take initiatives for the promotion of children’s physical development, cleanliness, health awareness, disaster management, environmental disaster, waste management etc.
(D) the creation and development of children’s literature;
(E) taking activities for the development of children with disabilities and special needs children with autism and neurological development;
(F) adopting activities for the upliftment of children in the digital age;
(G) receiving funds, securities and any such other documents and any other immovable or immovable property for the Academy and for the Academy;
(H) with the prior approval of the Government, the investment of the Academy’s own funds and change of investments in appropriate cases;
(I) purchase, approve, transfer, exchange or otherwise deal with securities;
(J) to provide security or mortgage of the Academy’s assets or to create any other type of liability, with the prior approval of the Government;
(K) Perform any contract and necessary documents for the purpose of the Academy:
Provided that no such agreement or any document shall be executed with any foreign government, foreign body or international organization without the prior approval of the Government.
(L) to conduct research work on children and to arrange for publication of papers and materials;
(D) submit a recommendation to the Government for the overall development of the children; And
(3) to carry out other activities, necessary and helpful, for the purposes of this Act.
Honorary fellows, and so on
- (3) To give the Bangladesh Children Academy Honorary Fellows, with the approval of a committee made under sub-section (2) in the manner prescribed by the rules, to make important contributions to the person involved in the overall development and development of the child in the language, literature, culture, science, arts or social special. Will go
(2) A committee consisting of the following members shall be constituted with the following members, namely: –
(a) a Minister or Minister or Deputy Minister in charge of the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, who shall also be its President;
(B) the Secretary, Women and Children Affairs;
(C) the Chairman of the Academy;
(D) the Director General of the Academy;
(E) two (two) members of the board nominated by the Government;
(F) one (1) representative of the rank of joint secretary of the ministry nominated by the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, who shall also be its member-secretary.
Appointment of chairman, tenure, resignation, removal, etc.
- (3) The Government shall appoint one (1) chairman of the Academy for a period of three (three) years from among the educated children or literary or child organizers or cultural personalities or freedom medals or twenty-one academics.
(2) The Chairman may, at any time, resign his post in a letter signed for the purpose of the Government.
(3) If any 12 (twelve) members of the Board, in writing, express their dissatisfaction against the Chairman, in violation of this Act or serious irregularities or misconduct, the Academy shall forward it to the Government and the Government shall take necessary decisions in this regard.
(4) If the chairman becomes vacant or if the chairman is unable to perform his duties due to absence, illness or any other reason, the person appointed by the government shall serve the chairman until the newly appointed chairman takes office or the chairman is able to perform his duties again.
Appoint a Director General
- (3) The Academy shall have 1 (one) Director General.
(2) The Government shall appoint a Director General and his terms of service shall be fixed by the Government.
(4) If the post of director general becomes vacant or due to absence or illness or for any other reason the director is unable to perform the duties of the director, he will serve as the director of the job of director general until the new director general takes office.
(3) The Director General shall be the Chief Executive of the Academy and he shall perform the functions, exercise powers and perform the duties subject to the provisions of this Act.
(4) The Director General shall be responsible for the implementation of the Board’s decision and shall administer the administration of the Academy on behalf of the Board.
Appointment of employees of the Academy, etc.
- (3) The Academy may appoint the required number of employees subject to the organizational structure approved by the Government for the smooth functioning of its functions.
(2) The recruitment, promotion and terms of service of the employees of the Academy shall be determined by the regulations.
- (3) The Academy shall have a fund and shall collect from the following sources, namely: –
(a) a grant from the Government;
(B) grants made by a person or a non-governmental organization;
(C) loans and grants received from foreign governments or companies, with the prior approval of the Government;
(D) the meaning of donations and endowments;
(E) the interest or dividend received from the investment; And
(f) all proceeds from any other legitimate source.
(2) The meaning of the Fund shall, upon approval of the Board, be deposited in the name of the Academy with a penance bank.
(4) The fund shall be maintained in the manner prescribed by the Board.
(3) The necessary expenses of the Academy, including the payment of salaries and allowances to the employees, may be deducted from the funds of the fund in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Government.
Explanation.- For the purposes of this section, the term “Tapas Bank” shall mean the Scheduled Bank as defined in Article 2 (j) of Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (President’s Order No. 127 of 1972).
- The Academy shall submit to the Government the annual budget statement of the next fiscal year, with the potential income and expenditure by the Government, within a certain period of time, and shall specify the amount of money the Academy may require from the Government in that year.
Accounting and Auditing
- (3) The Academy shall make proper account of the expenditure of the money in the manner prescribed by the Government and shall prepare an annual statement of the account.
(2) The Auditor General and the Registrar of Bangladesh, thereafter referred to as the Auditor General of this section, shall conduct an audit of the Academy every year and shall submit a copy of the Audit Report to the Academy and Government.
(3) In the event of any objection to the audit report referred to in sub-section (2), the Academy shall immediately take appropriate action to resolve it.
(1) In addition to the audit referred to in sub-section (2), the Academy may be audited by a Chartered Accountant as defined in Article 2 (1) (b) of Bangladesh Chartered Accountants Order, 1973 (President’s Order No. 2 of 1973), and for this purpose the Academy. Appoint one or more Chartered Accountants.
(3) All records, documents, annual balance sheets, cash or bank deposits of the Academy of Chartered Accountants, audited under sub-section (1), for the purpose of auditing the Academy and any person or person authorized by it for such purpose. Examine the security, depository or other property, etc. and the Chairman, Member, Director General or one We may collect the required information from any employee of the Academy.
(4) In applying the provisions of this section, the provisions of the Financial Reporting Act, 20 (Act No. 2 of 27) shall, if applicable, be followed.
- (3) Within the next three (three) months after the expiry of each financial year, the Academy shall submit to the Government an annual report along with an audited account of the activities performed in that year.
(2) The Government may, from time to time, call the Academy for reporting and statement on any matter of the Academy, and the Academy shall be obliged to provide it to the Government.
Ability to make rules
- For the purpose of this Act, the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules.
Ability to make regulations
- For the purpose of this Act, the Academy may, with the prior approval of the Government, make rules that are not inconsistent with this Act or Rules, by notification in the Official Gazette.
Cancellation and custody
- (3) Bangladesh Shishu Academy Ordinance, 1976 (Ordinance No. LXXIV of 1976), hereinafter referred to as the Ordinance, was hereby repealed.
(2) Notwithstanding such cancellation, under that Ordinance—
(a) any act or action taken shall be deemed to have been done or taken under this Act;
(B) If any proceedings or proceedings initiated or initiated by the Bangladesh Shishu Academy, referred to by or against the Academy, are pending, it shall be settled as if it were filed, received or notified under this Act;
(C) any contract, document or instrument executed by the Academy shall remain as if it was executed under this Act;
(D) all the debts, liabilities and legal obligations of the Academy shall be construed as a debt, liability and legal obligation of the Academy on the same terms as the provisions of this Act;
(E) whatever the terms of the contract or the terms of the service, the conditions under which all employees of the Academy were employed before the commencement of this Act shall remain in the service of the Academy on such terms and conditions, until such time as they change; And
(f) with the introduction of this Act all the assets, rights, powers, powers and powers, funds, immovable and immovable properties, funds including cash deposits and securities, and all related books, registers, records, etc. Is transferred to the Academy and the Academy shall be entitled to it.
(4) Notwithstanding the repeal of the said Ordinance, any rules or regulations made under it, any notification issued, any order, direction, approval, recommendation, all plans or activities made and all approved budgets shall remain in force before the cancellation of any provision of this Act. Shall be deemed to have been issued, issued and authorized under the relevant provision of this Act. Bay and the period until the end or until repealed or amended under this Act, shall remain in force.
Publish translated text in English
- (3) After the enactment of this Act, the Government shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, publish an Authentic English Text translated into English of the original Bengali text of this Act.
(2) In the case of a dispute between the Bengali and the English text, the Bengali text shall prevail.