The name of the Association shall be “Orthopaedic Association of South Indian States” in short from called “OASIS”
The objectives of the Association shall be the advancement of the science and art of orthopaedic surgery and with that view interalia to do the following:
a) To facilitate the exchange of scientific data and information among member states namely AndhraPradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Pondicherry.
b) To encourage better camaraderie and fellowship
c) To encourage scientific research and experimental work in Orthopaedic Surgery.
d) To hold scientific discussion and read papers on orthopaedic and allied subjects.
e) To Provide for delivery and holding of lectures meetings and classes for medical practitioners / others for the purpose of directly or indirectly advancing the cause of Orthopaedic Surgery
f) To establish and maintain reference modern library / libraries relating to Orthopaedic surgery.
g) To provide instructions and education for the advancement of orthopaedic surgery among medical practitioners
h) To watch and advice on legislation affecting orthopaedic surgery and allied subjects.
i) To advice other association / voluntary bodies / Governmental agencies on matters affecting the interest and development of orthopaedic surgery includes standardization of instrucments, implants and orthotic & prosthetic appliances. Problems of rehabilitation and resettlement of physically handicapped, to advice on matters concerning teaching and training of medical students ( undergraduates and postgraduates ) and research in orthopaedic surgery and to suggest ways and means for improving the training or paramedical personals.
j) To establish contact/ affiliation with other societies or association and exchange scientific information’s and collaborates with them in progress of common interest.
k) To publish journals, proceedings, brouchers, periodicals and abstracts pertaining to orthopaedic surgery and allied subjects.
l) To promote social and professional contacts among the orthopaedic surgeons of sourthernindia and rest of india and world at large.
m) To hold properties movable or immovable that may be necessary or advantageous for the aforesaid objectives to purchase / sell / rent / lease and to mortgage the same for the benefit of the association.
n) To receive donations and subscriptions and to hold the funds in trust / savings bank account for any particular purpose or for the the advancement of orthopaedic surgery and allied branches.
o) To encourage exhibitions of instruments, implants, tools, appliances, etc. connected with or pertaining to orthopaedic surgery and to attempt to improve such instruments and appliances for special needs of this country.
p) To construct alter and maintain any building necessary for the running of the association.
q) To make rules, regulations and byelaws and to delete change or add to the same as and when necessary, conducive to the attainment of all or any of the object of use to the association.
r) To initiate any other program which may be decided from time to time for the advancement of Orthopaedic surgery?
s) The association shall function in accordance with the rules and regulations; a copy of thereof is filed here with duly certified in the prescribed manner.
t) The management / governing body of the association would be the executive committee. The rules and regulations of the association are entrusted to this committee for the duration of the office.
The Executive Committee of OASIS would be constituted by
2. Secretary General
3. President Elect
4. Senior Vice President
5. Vice Presidents
6. Immediate Past President
7. Immediate Past Secretary General
8. Journal Editor
9. Treasurer ( AGM, 12.09.2009, Kochi )
10. Executive Members:
Six Executive Committee Members Selected from each of the 6 member states namely AndhraPradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala & Tamil Nadu, Pondecheery represented by the President, Secretary, President elect and two other members nominated by the state.