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District News
1 Alwaye Rtn. E. M. Peter Aircraft
2 Cochin Rtn. Algiers Khalid (1) Rotary Matters (2) Friendship Exchanges
3 Cochin Rtn. C. A. Salim Hospitality and Resort Management
4 Cochin Rtn. Dr. A. Giridhar (1) Eye donation (2) Project Nethra
5 Cochin Rtn. Dr. Mathew Abraham (1) Happiness Quotient (2) Matters of the mind
6 Cochin Rtn. Dr. Puneet Dhar (1) Joys of Birding (2) Tourism (3) Medical – transplants
7 Cochin Rtn. Dr. Shiv Nair (1) Cardiac matters (2) Biking
8 Cochin Rtn. Dr. Sujith Vasudevan (1) Humour in Medicine (2) Military Equipment
9 Cochin Rtn. Jacob Kovoor Finance & budgets
10 Cochin Rtn. James Kodianthara Inbound Tourism
11 Cochin Rtn. Jogesh Shelat (1) Tourism (2) Trekking (3) Kailash Yatra
12 Cochin Rtn. Krishna Sreedharan Rotary matters
13 Cochin Rtn. Madhav Mohan (1) The World of Rotary (2) Mentoring Rotary
14 Cochin Rtn. Maya Mohan Education
15 Cochin Rtn. Raghu Jairam Shipping and Cargo Handling
16 Cochin Rtn. Rajesh Nair Corporate Management
17 Cochin Rtn. Reji Chacko Fraternity of Cricketing Rotarians
18 Cochin Rtn. Ross Masood (1) Tourism (2) Voyages
19 Cochin Rtn. Sebastian Zachariah (1) Fitness (2) Waste Management
20 Cochin Rtn. Shweta Vasudevan (1) Family of Rotary (2) HR  Practices
21 Cochin Rtn. Sunder Rajagopal Current Affairs
22 Cochin Rtn. Susheel Aswani (1) Trends In Retail (2) Grant Projects Implementation
23 Cochin Rtn. Thomas Jacob Tea plantations
24 Cochin Rtn. VAdm. M. P.  Muralidharan (Retd) Maritime  Matters
25 Cochin Rtn. VAdm. R. P. Suthan (Retd) (1) Defence Matters (2) Current Affairs
26 Cochin Rtne. Aditi Nayar (1) Museum Management (2) Culture
27 Cochin Beachside Rtn. M. K. Obaidulla (1) Evolution of Rotary (2) Rotary Milestones
28 Cochin Beachside Rtn. Vincent Varghese (1) Future of IT (2) Cultural & Social Developments
29 Cochin Central Rtn. Alex Joseph Community  Service
30 Cochin Central Rtn. Dr. Tom Babu Medicine, Healthy Living, Life Style Diseases
31 Cochin Central Rtn. Jomon George Audit, finance and budgets
32 Cochin Central Rtn. K. V. Narayanan Kutty (1) Management (2) Concepts of Religion & God
33 Cochin Central Rtn. Lalichan Zacharias Rotary topics
34 Cochin Central Rtn. P. Ramachandran Nuances in plumbing
35 Cochin Central Rtn. Philip Thomas Customer  services
36 Cochin Central Rtn. Rajmohan Nair (1) Management (2) Rotary convention  (3) Insurance
37 Cochin Central Rtn. Roopesh Rajagopal (1) Banking (2) Investments (3) Business Intelligence
38 Cochin Central Rtn. S. Gopakumar (1) How to change the face of Cochin (2) Anything on architecture or green buildings
39 Cochin Central Rtn. Shastry  K. N. (1) Rotary information (2) Tourism
40 Cochin Central Rtn. Suresh Menon Business Management
41 Cochin City Rtn. Baiju K S  Rotary  Projects
42 Cochin City Rtn. Ceejo (1) Software Development (2) Digital Marketing
43 Cochin City Rtn. Dr. Renjith Raj How Organizations and Employees should emerge with resilience post Covid 19
44 Cochin City Rtn. Jeyash  Puthuparambil Artificial Intelligence
45 Cochin City Rtn. Manoj Madhavan (1) TRF (2) Marketing
46 Cochin City Rtn. Nandakumar Sukumar Gas Leak Hazards and Detection Technology
47 Cochin City Rtn. Pramod Simon (1) Create your Destiny (2) Law of Attraction (3) Change your Habits, Change your life (4) Ancient secrets to Health (5) Building a new Earth (6) Customised Management/ Leadership topics
48 Cochin City Rtn. Shibu Damodar JCI and Microsoft Certified Corporate Trainer
49 Cochin City Rtn. Vasanthan R. Club  Orientation
50 Cochin City Rtne. Monolita Chatterjee (1) POSH Act in Corporates (2) Gender Gaps in Resource Allocation and Public Infrastructure (3) Gender Sessions (4) Inclusive Design
51 Cochin Cosmos Rtn Suraj Srinivasan Go Online - the Right Way
52 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Asokan M. S. Property  Management
53 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Joseph Manavalan Concreting - Myths & Facts
54 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Muhammed Ashraff Right Light for Right Sight
55 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Muhammed Rafi Build Your Brand
56 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Praveen P. V. Trends In Real Estate
57 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Sabu Sahadevan Security and Vigilance
58 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Saju K. P. Safer Future for Your Family
59 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Sreejith Panicker K. G. (1) Rotary Matters (2) Positive Mental Health
60 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Sreekumar  Mankuzhy Right Investment & Right Time
61 Cochin Cosmos Rtn. Venkatesh T. IT Industry - Future ahead, Start up opportunities
62 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Akhilesh Agarwal (1) Wealth Creation (2) Stock Market Trends
63 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Anil Joseph Emerging Trends in Construction
64 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Benny Zachariah (1) Rotary Matters (2) Peace Scholarships
65 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Bijoy  Antony Jose Various Topics
66 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Deepak  Vishwanathan Various Topics
67 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dinesh Thampi The World of IT services
68 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dr. Harsh Jeevan Cardiology
69 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dr. Mathews ENT
70 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dr. Mohan Nair Cancer Prevention
71 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dr. Nandini Nair  Humour Skin deep
72 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Dr. Ramesh Nair (1) Pulmonology (2) Medical Humour
73 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Jaybal Corporate Law
74 Cochin Downtown Rtn. K. S. Jamestin Oil & Gas Industry
75 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Priya Fazil Entrepreneurship
76 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Rekha Agarwal Law and Rotary
77 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Sujata Madhav Chandran Importance of Spouses in Rotary
78 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Vidya Saji Copyright
79 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Viju Mathew Audit and Related Matters
80 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Vinu Varghese Telecom 4G and 5G
81 Cochin Downtown Rtn. Vivek C Govind Budget, Finance, Management
82 Cochin East Rtn. B. Hariharan Event Management
83 Cochin East Rtn. Dr. Santhosh  George Thomas Awake Brain Surgery
84 Cochin East Rtn. Johny Phillip Explore Africa
85 Cochin East Rtn. Kishore Ranganath (1) Rotaract (2) Digital Marketing
86 Cochin East Rtn. Major Lal Verghis Sergeanting
87 Cochin East Rtn. Manoj Jons David Digital Era of Music
88 Cochin East Rtn. Meena Vishwanathan (1) Education  Management (2) WASH & Hygiene in Schools
89 Cochin East Rtn. Rashmi  Anil Legal  Matters
90 Cochin East Rtn. Reghu Ramachandran Future of Media
91 Cochin Global Rtn.  E. A. Noby IT Services
92 Cochin Global Rtn. George Mathew Renewable  Energy
93 Cochin Harbour Rtn. Dileep Narayanan Branding + advertising
94 Cochin Harbour Rtn. Dr. Anandi Ramakrishnan Autism, Learning Deficits & Therapy
95 Cochin Harbour Rtn. Dr. B.Biju Communicable diseases from animals
96 Cochin International Rtn. Abraham George Responsible India
97 Cochin International Rtn. Cinu Thomas Design & software
98 Cochin International Rtn. Rajeev Nair (1) IT Services (2) Rotary Cricket Premier League
99 Cochin International  Rtn. Gopalakrishnan Leadership management
100 Cochin International  Rtn. Jibu Paul Brand marketing
101 Cochin International  Rtn. Madan M. Jerome Design + Environment
102 Cochin International  Rtn. Manoj Madhav Motivation
103 Cochin International  Rtn. Mohan Kumar Construction of your house
104 Cochin International  Rtn. O. V. Sudheer (1) Obesity (2) Liver keyhole surgery
105 Cochin International  Rtn. Prakash Balakrishnan Tea marketing
106 Cochin International  Rtn. S. R. Nair Wide variety of topics
107 Cochin International  Rtn. Siby T. Chennakkara Gum disease and bad breath
108 Cochin International  Rtn. Sunil H. Life saving medicines
109 Cochin Knights Rtn. Dr. Antony Chettupuzha Medical - Gastro, Challenge of the Himalayas
110 Cochin Knights  Rtn. Hari Narayan (1) Law related topics (2) Lighter side of law
111 Cochin Knights  Rtn. Manoj K. Das Journalism
112 Cochin Knights  Rtn. S. Venugopal Accountancy
113 Cochin Knights  Rtn. Shameem Rafeek (1) Management + Leadership (2) Empowerment of  Employees (3) How to stop procrastination
114 Cochin Lords  Rtn. Dr. Jayarajan (1) Milk Manufacturing and Marketing (2) Community Service
115 Cochin Lords  Rtn. K. V. Thomas Education Management
116 Cochin Lords  Rtn. Leelamma Thomas Education Management
117 Cochin Lords  Rtn. Maya Jayaraj (1) Off Shore structures (2) Social Service
118 Cochin Lords  Rtn. N. C. Prashanth Kerala Culture ( Malayalam )
119 Cochin Metropolis  Rtn. Dr. G.N. Ramesh (1) The art of sensible drinking (2) Weight reduction - an example difficult to set
120 Cochin Metropolis  Rtn. Dr. Joseph Varghese Managing your smile
121 Cochin Metropolis  Rtn. Jeeson Unni (1) Learning disabilities in children (2) Adolescent issues in Cochin
122 Cochin Metropolis  Rtn. K. P. Paulson (1) Taxation + Finance (2) Quality management system
123 Cochin Metropolis  Rtn. P. S. Menon (1) Capital markets  (2) Personality development with public speaking
124 Cochin Midtown Rtn. Dr. Ravindranath Marketing, Branding, Rotary
125 Cochin Midtown Rtn. Georgekutty  Karianapilly (1) Harnessing solar energy (2) Solar Powered Vehicles
126 Cochin Midtown Rtn. P. V. Ramesh (1) Corporate marketing (2) Rotary matters
127 Cochin Midtown Rtn. R. Jayasankar (1) TRF (2) Rotary matters
128 Cochin Midtown Rtn. Radhesh Bhat Finance and audit
129 Cochin Midtown Rtn. Sujil Bose Social matters
130 Cochin Midtown Rtn. V. Damodaran Finance and banking
131 Cochin Milan Rtn. Adv. Rema Smrithi Environmental Law & Litigation
132 Cochin Milan Rtn. Anitha  Biju NLP  Practitioner
133 Cochin Milan Rtn. Nina  Nayar (1) Community based development (2) Strategic planning (3) Energy, waste and water management
134 Cochin North Rtn. B. Balagopal (1) Banking related (2) Joy of attending Rotary International conventions
135 Cochin North Rtn. Ninan John (1) Legal Matters (2) Rotary matters
136 Cochin North Rtn. P. S. Aravind {1) Solar Energy (2) Waste Management (3) Rotary Matters
137 Cochin North Rtn. Thomas George (1) Marketing management (2) Philosophical thoughts
138 Cochin Queen City Rtn. Mohan S. Menon Rotary Music Fraternity
139 Cochin South Rtn. Jolly John (1) IT Laws (2)  Social media & Corporate Laws
140 Cochin South Rtn. Mathew Joseph Annual giving
141 Cochin South Rtne. Liza Meghan Cyriac (1) Bankruptcy Laws , (2) Insolvency Matters
142 Cochin South  Rtn. Akshay Agarwal Stock Market
143 Cochin Vypin Island Rtn. Er. K. Gopalakrishnan Nair (1) Reducing electricity bills at homes (2) Proper use of electric items 
144 Cochin West Rtn. Balagopal Ramamohan (1) Good governance (2) Rotary fellowship
145 Cochin West Rtn. Dr. Raju Kurian Ninan (1) Leadership (2) Rotary manual of procedures (3) Dental care
146 Cochin West Rtn. I. Balachandran Nuclear power issues
147 Cochin West Rtn. John Xavier International educational opportunities
148 Cochin West Rtn. Joy Thattil (1) Maritime law (2) Law and college
149 Cochin West Rtn. Prakash Iyer Aanacharittam  - "a talk on elephants"
150 Cochin West Rtn. Shaji Varghese Audit & finance
151 Cochin West  Rtn. C. S. Kartha Shipping and Cargo Handling, Vallarpadom
152 Kalamassery Rtn. Ajit Kumar Tech/ digital world
153 Kalamassery Rtn. Harikrishna Pisharady Banking and Finance
154 Kalamassery Rtn. Johnson Mathew  Human Resources
155 Kalamassery Rtn. P. J. Johnney Taxation
156 Kochi Mahanagar Rtn. K. Gopinathan Behavioural Science including Transactional Analysis and Emotional Quotient.
157 Palarivattom Rtn. Dr. Ganesh Das  (1) Various subjects (2) Talk Shows
158 Tripunithura Rtn. Dr. Lissamma Jose Gynaecology and related issues
159 Tripunithura Rtn. Geetha S. N. Learning issues and academic assessment
160 Tripunithura Rtn. Jojoe Jacob (1) Rotary Events (2) Event Management
161 Tripunithura Rtn. Lakshmi Narayanan Women's  Empowerment
162 Tripunithura Rtn. Nithya Gopalakrishnan Special children education
163 Tripunithura Rtn. P.N. Narayanan Vocational Service
164 Tripunithura Rtn. R. Rajasekharan Audit and taxation
165 Tripunithura Rtn. RAdm. Madhusudanan Nair (Retd) Naval Matters
166 Tripunithura Rtn. Suresh Kumar Solar
1 Adimaly Rtn. Adv. Rainge  Koduvath Legal matters
2 Angamaly Rtn. Antu Dominic (1) Engineering (2) Management
3 Angamaly Rtn. Dr. Shaji Varghese Ayurveda treatment 
4 Angamaly Rtn. Jayasanker C. P. Languages for students
5 Chalakudy Central Rtn. Arun C. B.  Politics 
6 Chalakudy Central Rtn. Babu Varghese Cooking gas
7 Cochin Airport  Rtn. Ramachandran Pillai Clay products advantages
8 Cochin Airport  Rtn. Skaria Paracka More about the airport
9 Irinjalakuda Rtn. Prof. M. A. John Education
10 Irinjalakuda Central Rtn. Babu Jacob (1) Time management (2) Business development
11 Irinjalakuda Central Rtn. Ramesh Kuttala Legal matters
12 Irinjalakuda Central Rtn. U. Madhusudanan Menon Waste Management
13 Kodungallur Rtn. K. A. Raveendran Nair Structural engineering
14 Kodungallur Rtn. K. P. Somkumar Membership development
15 Kodungallur Rtn. K. S. Praveen lal Rotary information
16 Kodungallur Rtn. Maj. Gen. Vivekanandan (Retd) (1) General matters (2) Rotary information
17 Kothamangalam Rtn. Dr. Agnes Mathew (1) Medical matters (2) Cancer care
18 Kothamangalam Rtn. Dr. George Abraham Orthopaedic subjects
19 Kothamangalam Rtn. Dr. Shajan Kuriakose Engineering 
20 Kothamangalam Rtn. Dr. Shankar Vinod Dental matters
21 Kothamangalam Rtn. Dr. Visayan Nangeli  Ayurveda treatment
22 Kothamangalam Rtn. Prof. Kemthose Paul  Education
23 Mala Rtn. Jose Paul Education
24 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Adv. Varghese Mathew Legal matters
25 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Daniel  Skaria Budget evaluation
26 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. Bijoy Joseph Dental matters
27 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. Giju George Dental matters
28 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. James Manithottam (1) Parenting (2) Dyslexia (3) Child disorders
29 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. Reji Thattampurath Dental matters
30 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. Sebastian D Veterinary Matters
31 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. Sreekumar Sarma Anaesthesia
32 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Dr. T.V. Mathew (1) Personality Development (2) Psychology
33 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Joy Abraham  Kallivayilil (1) History  of Rotary (2) Rotary Information
34 Muvattupuzha Rtn. K. C. George (1) Marketing personality development (2) Laughter Therapy
35 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Prof. Kuriakose Any subject
36 Muvattupuzha Rtn. R. Raju Structural engineering
37 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Rajan George (1) Time management (2) Mind Motivation
38 Muvattupuzha Rtn. Robin George Etiquette
39 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Adv. Johny Methippara Legal Matters
40 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Bijo Scaria GST
41 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Binyamin Seethy (1)Youth Motivation (2) Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (3) Family Law and Family Courts
42 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Cherian Kuriakose Consumer Protaction
43 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Dr. Joby J. Parappuram Dental Hygine
44 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Dr. Shameem Aboobakkar Animal Related
45 Muvattupuzha Heritage Rtn. Geordy Job Pottas Financial Investments
46 Parur Rtn. Dr. Radhakrishnan C. M. (1) Medical Topics (2) Cancercare
47 Perumbavoor Rtn. Dr. Giju George (1)Philosophy (2) Youth Motivation (3) Oral & General Health
48 Perumbavoor Rtn. Jaibee Kollarmalil (1)Relevance of Rotary in Society (2) Public Private Partnership
49 Perumbavoor Rtn. Renju Paulose (1) SME Management in Kerala (2) Microsoft Excel advanced Features ( 3) Building Business Planning Models
50 Piravom Rtn. Dr. Binnu Home Medicine
51 Piravom Pampakuda Rtn. Dr. A. C. Peter Gift of life
52 Thodupuzha Rtn. Asokakumar Leadership
53 Thodupuzha Rtn. Benny K. George Architectural subjects
54 Thodupuzha Rtn. Jose K. Mathew Ayurveda
55 Thodupuzha Rtn. Ramachandran Nair (1) Personality development (2) Personnel management
56 Vazhakulam Rtn. Dr. Krishnan Namboothiri  Ayurveda  care
57 Vazhakulam Rtn. Dr. V.R.Mani  Opthalmology
58 Vazhakulam Rtn. Mathews George (1) New Club Development (2) Rotary Matters
59 Vazhakulam Rtn. Susan John (1) Parenting (2) Women power
1 Chittur Rtn. Col. Prabhakaran  (1) Principles of Rotary  (2) Strategic Planning
2 Chittur Rtn. Gopalakrishnan  (1) Management of club finances (2) education 
3 Chittur Rtn. Shine Balachandran  (1) Pep talk + mentoring (2) Motivational speaker
4 Kalladikode Rtn. Adarsh  Kurian Taxation
5 Kalladikode Rtn. Anil P Motivation
6 Kalladikode Rtn. Devadas Image of Rotary
7 Kalladikode Rtn. Jayasree  C K Govt and Public Motivation
8 Nemmara Rtn. A. M. Ramakrishnan  Team Building 
9 Nemmara Rtn. Achuthan Kutty I.T. Matters
10 Nemmara Rtn. C. B. Ramlal  Leadership
11 Nemmara Rtn. Perumal Pillai General management
12 Nemmara Rtn. T. Jayakumar  Motivation
13 Ottapalam Rtn. Balu TRF
14 Ottapalam Rtn. Madhusudanan (1) Club administration (2) Membership development
15 Ottapalam Rtn. Rajmohan .K (1) Club administration (2) Rotary Protocol (3) Strategic Planning
16 Palakkad Fort Rtn. P. Santosh Kumar (1) Life Skill Trainer (2)  HR Consultancy
17 Palghat Rtn. A. Sudhakar  Rotary Matters
18 Palghat Rtn. Dr. N. G. Nair Management
19 Palghat Rtn. Hemachandran Nair Electrical management
20 Palghat Rtn. K. S. Mani Enterpreneurship & you
21 Palghat Rtn. Prof. Latha Nair  Management
22 Palghat East Rtn. Adv. Anantakrishnan   Legal rights for everyday living
23 Palghat East Rtn. Adv. Sasidharan  Women empowerment
24 Palghat East Rtn. Dr. Harish M. Dental care for everyone
25 Palghat East Rtn. Dr. Sudheer Making your joints work for you
26 Palghat East Rtn. Madhusudhanan  International Trade
27 Palghat East Rtn. P.C. Mukundan Service and Rotary
28 Palghat East Rtn. Venketesh D. Rotary History
29 Pattambi Rtn. Dr. Balasubramannian (1) Leadership (2) Rotary Matters
30 Pattambi Rtn. Jukesh (1) Teacher Empowerment (2) RYLA
31 Pattambi Rtn. Sarath RYLA
32 Trichur Rtn. Anoj Cheeran Chemistry of Leadership
33 Trichur Rtn. Capt. Arvind Khamboj (1) Security Matters (2) HR (3) Management
34 Trichur Rtn. Col. N. P. R. Nair (Retd) Career in Defence Forces
35 Trichur Rtn. Seejo Ponnur (1) Building Brand Economically (2) No to Plastics
36 Trichur Rtn. Y. P. Menon Motivational Speaker
37 Trichur Central Rtn. Dr. Suresh Kumar (1)Rotary (2) Dentistry


1 Coimbatore  Rtn Dr. Balavenkata Subramaniam Any topic on medicine
2 Coimbatore  Rtn. N. Sundaravadivelu Indian judiciary
3 Coimbatore  Rtn. S. Subramanian (1) Coffee plantations (2) Membership development
4 Coimbatore Centennial Rtn. Arulsamy A. Textile Management
5 Coimbatore Centennial Rtn. Karthikeyan D. K. (1) Entrepreneurship (2) Family Business
6 Coimbatore Centennial Rtn. Murugesan R. Water Conservation
7 Coimbatore Centennial Rtn. Rajasekar N. Investment and Wealth Management
8 Coimbatore Centennial Rtn. Srinivasan K. C. Branding and Public Relations
9 Coimbatore Cotton City Rtn. Kamal Kankani (1) Personality Development (2) Time Management (3) Understanding Generation Gap
10 Coimbatore Cyber City Rtn. Prof. Dr. Ramaswamy Career Orientation for Students
11 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. Adv. S. Ramakrishnan (1) IPC Codes Citizens should know (2) Memorable Legal Cases & Meaningful Implications
12 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. Captain Balaji Babu (1) Energy – The Global Challenge (2) Juliflora – The Nemesis
13 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. Dr. Krishnananda (1) Health Care for all (2) Hospital as an Industry
14 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. Dr. M. Sathish Kumar Having an Eye on Eyes
15 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. E. Mohanraj (1) Banking Industry (2) Winning in VUCA World
16 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. J. R. Raghavendran (1) The Art of Photography (2) What Ails the Construction Industry?
17 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. N. S. R. Narayanan (1) The Grey Areas of Indian Freedom Struggle (2) Chicken Soup for Indian Souls
18 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. N. Shanmuga Purushottaman Diamond – Let us 4C
19 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. Pon. Rathnavel (1) Did you say Waste? (2) Carriers of Careers (3) Water & World/ Local Wars
20 Coimbatore Downtown Rtn. S. Sathish (1) Insurance Industry (2) Positive Parenting
21 Coimbatore East Rtn. Adv. Thenmozhi Sathis Legal Issues
22 Coimbatore East Rtn. Dr. P. R. Muthuswamy (1) Personality development (2) Emotional Intelligence (3) Adolescent behaviour
23 Coimbatore East Rtn. Dr. Rajesh Chinnasamy (1) Career Development (2) Human Resource Development
24 Coimbatore East Rtn. Dr. Sathyanarayanan Faculty Development and Value System in Schools
25 Coimbatore East Rtn. Prabhu Kesavan (1) Finance (2) Budgets (3) Rotary Matters
26 Coimbatore East Rtn. Ramanujam R. M. (1) Environmental Issues (2) Social Responsibility
27 Coimbatore East Rtn. V. Selvaraj (1) Company  Law (2)Financial Management (3)RTI (4) Corporate affairs
28 Coimbatore East Rtn. Vasanth  Raj  S. Global Grants
29 Coimbatore Gaalaxy Rtn. M. Murugan Any Rotary topic
30 Coimbatore Gaalaxy Rtn. Muthuraman Entrepreneur development (Tamil only)
31 Coimbatore Gaalaxy Rtn. Suresh Kitchen gardening
32 Coimbatore Ikons Rtn. Mervyn Jussy International Service
33 Coimbatore Kovaipudur Rtn. A. P. Sriraam (1) NLP Trainer (2) Human Resource Development (3) Hypnotist
34 Coimbatore Kovaipudur Rtn. Baskaran Amirthalingam (1) Personality Development (2) Human Resources Management
35 Coimbatore Kovaipudur Rtn. Dr. Nirmala Natarajan (1) Personality Development (2) Girls' Hygiene
36 Coimbatore Kovaipudur Rtn. Karthika  N. Social Awareness
37 Coimbatore Kovaipudur Rtn. Loganathan  V. English Language Trainer
38 Coimbatore Legends Rtn. Uma Shankar Comparative Education Systems
39 Coimbatore Midtown Rtn.  Manaivanan TRF
40 Coimbatore Midtown Rtn. Dr. Sanju Thomas Dentistry For All
41 Coimbatore Midtown Rtn. Rajashekar S. Future  Of  Rotary
42 Coimbatore Midtown Rtn. Ravichandran International relationship
43 Coimbatore Midtown  Rtn. M. Ramakrishnan Pharma – Dharma & Karma 
44 Coimbatore Midtown  Rtn. Prakash Angappan Tunnel Rats
45 Coimbatore Millenium Rtn. Hendry Amal Raj Soft Skill Development
46 Coimbatore Millenium Rtn. Natarajan M. (1) Wealth Management (2) Crypto Currency
47 Coimbatore Millenium Rtn. Paul William Motivation Speech
48 Coimbatore Millenium Rtn. Sudhakar V. S. (1) Marketing (2) Motivation (3) Entrepreneurship
49 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Dr. Sumathi Venkat (1) Cancer (2) Awareness on Diet
50 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Pamela Suresh (1) Career Guidance (2) Personal Effectiveness
51 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Rajesh Nair Media Marketing
52 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Suresh Kunnath (1) Personality Development (2) Leadership and Motivation
53 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Swapna Health
54 Coimbatore Monarks Rtn. Vikas Gupta Dental Hygiene
55 Coimbatore Saicity Rtn. Inthikab Alam Haji Our Ancestors – Our Pride
56 Coimbatore South Rtn. Sunny Mathew  Pest Management
57 Coimbatore Spectrum Rtn. C. G. Kumar Constitution of India
58 Coimbatore Spectrum Rtn. Chella Raghavendra (1) Taxation (2) Economics (3) Rotary Matters
59 Coimbatore Spectrum Rtn. Dr. Murugan Medical diagnosis
60 Coimbatore Spectrum Rtn. Mohan Menon (1) History of British India (2) Indian spirits (alcohol)
61 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Antony Johnson Social Issues
62 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Badrinath Kota  (1) Sustainable Living (2) Gemology
63 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Brijesh K. P. (1) Creativity (2) Marketing (3) Branding
64 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Ajith Shinto  Radiology
65 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Jagdeep  Raju Dentistry
66 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. John Thanakumar Cosmetic Medicine
67 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Karpagam Gynaecology
68 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Manoj Vakil  Opthalmology
69 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Nanjan Balu (1) Youth Development (2) Sports
70 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Ramamoorthy  Opthalmology
71 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Senthil Kumar Pain Management
72 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Vandana  Pain Management
73 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Dr. Velusamy Raveendran  Orthopedics
74 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Gigi Eapen Cherian (1) Rotary (2) Social Issues
75 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Ilangovan V. Law
76 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. J. C. Kumar Motivation
77 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Jose Abraham  (1) Finance (2) Wealth Management
78 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Kamal Kumar  (1) Management (2) Life (3) Humour
79 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Krishnaraj Industrial Organisation
80 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Maruthi R. S. (1) Youth Development (2) Rotary
81 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Nagaraj A. N. Information Technology
82 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Prasanna  K. (1) Leadership Development (2) Information Technology
83 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Raju V. P. (1) Financial Auditing (2) GST
84 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Ramesh Nichani (1) Humour (2) Life (3) Rotary
85 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Sarah Vimala  Youth Development
86 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Suresh Lund (1) Life (2) Rotary
87 Coimbatore TexCity Rtn. Sushil Chug Accounting
88 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Alka Nichani  (1) Environment (2) Social Issues
89 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Amritha Lund (1) English (2) Abacus (3) Children
90 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Janaki Badri (1) Fitness (2) Trekking (3) Environment
91 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Menaka Vairavan Sustainable Living, Source Segregation
92 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Sabitha Johnson  (1) Youth (2) Education (3) Social Issues
93 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Suji Senthil  Education
94 Coimbatore TexCity Rtne. Sumitra Rajesh Leadership
95 Coimbatore Vadavalli  Rtn. Karunakaran (1) Education Development (2) Social Justice
96 Coimbatore Vadavalli  Rtn. Ravichandran Safe Drinking Water
97 Coimbatore West Rtn. Baskar M. TRF
98 Coimbatore West Rtn. D. Jayakandhan Water and Sanitation
99 Coimbatore West Rtn. Rajagopal G. Iyer Science and Astronomy
100 Coimbatore Windcity Rtn. Kanagaraj  S (1) Current Issues (2) Matters of general interest
101 Coimbatore Windcity Rtn. Shanmugam  P. Environmental Matters
102 Coimbatore Windcity Rtn. Shanmugasundram  R. (1) Insurance Matters (2)General Topics

District News


The District Governor’s Citation recognizes and honors clubs that support our

strategic priorities that strengthens the Rotary movement and enhances the

value of our District. Clubs have almost a full Rotary year to achieve the

Citation goals. Achievements will be compared with membership figures as on

1st July 2020 and will be recognized with figures as on 31st May 2021.

  1. Membership development

Clubs must achieve a net increase in membership as per the following chart

Membership as on 1st July 2020

Membership net increase on 31st May 2021

Clubs with less than 20 members

35% .Should reach minimum 25%

Clubs between 20 and 35 members


Clubs above 35 members


Young members: At least 2 new members below the age of 40 years

Women members: At least 2 new lady members

Maintain at least 90 % retention in membership

2. The Rotary Foundation

a. Per capita contribution of $100 to the TRF

b. Should be a 100% giving club with a minimum contribution of 20 USD per member

.c. Should organize/take part in at least one Rotary Foundation program

3. Club administration

a. R I Club invoice payment before 30th September 2020 and 30th March 2021

b. District dues payment and Rotary news subscription for all membersbefore 31th August 2020

c. All club officials to be registered in ‘MY Rotary’ of www. Rotary.org

d. Club goals and achievements to be uploaded in Rotary club central

e. Monthly reports to be uploaded in District website by the 5th of every


f. Publish at least one club bulletin/ e- bulletin quarterly

g. Clubs must conduct a training program at the club level(COTS)

4. Service projects

a. Conduct at least 5 service projects in any of the 10 listed focus areas

b. Conduct at least 2 projects in each of the District projects ie. Youth,

Environment, Shelter

5. Public image

a. Have at least 1 project of the club appeared prominently in the

leading media with photograph

b. Install at least 1 new display image – hoardings, place name boards,

project signage etc

6. District Conference participation

District conference: Host zone ( Muvattupuzha) clubs must register

60% of their membership strength and Clubs in other Zones must

register at least 30% of their membership strength.


District News
MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT No.of new members added
  No. of members added below 40 years
  No. of lady members added
  No of members left
  No. of members at the end of the month
CLUB ADMINISTRATION No.of weekly meetings held
  No.of family meetings held
  No. of other meetings held
  RI dues payment-1st half/ 2nd half
  Dist dues payment-Yes / No
SERVICE  PROJECTS: Vocational Service   
  4 way test promotion
  vocational awards
  Vocational training centres
  Vocational visits
  Employment opportunity projects
  Skill development training programs
  Rotary Means Business
SERVICE  PROJECTS:Community service   
  Mega Medical Camps
  Dental care camps
  Eye Care projects
  Heart Care projects
  Kidney care projects
  Cancer Care programs
  Organ Donation
  Legal awareness and assistance
  Care for Special Children
   Geriatric Care projects
   Nectar of life
  Formation of  Rotary Community Corps
SERVICE  PROJECTS: International Service  
  Club flag exchanges 
  Club twinning programs
  Attendance at RI convention
  International friendship exchange
  No.of  candidate proposed for Youth exchange
  No.of  candidate proposed for Friendship exchange
  No.of youth exchange students hosted
  No.of Hoarding/Display in public places
  No.of Rotary clips in theatres
  No.of News paper ads/reports
  No.of Mass programs for public
  No.of Radio ads/programs
  No.of in social media programs
  No.of Events engaging corporates
  Global Grant Projects
  Annual Fund giving
  Polio fund giving
  PHF- No. added
  Major Donor- No. added
  PHS- No. added
  Directed gift- No. added
  AKS- No. added
  EREY- Yes/No
  Bequest society members- No. added
  Benefactors- No. added
  Peace scholarships- no of candidates
  Smart class rooms
  Computer labs
  Blood donation 
  Sports / talent promotion
  Youth festivals
  Career guidance 
  Student scholarship
  Drug abuse  
  Road safety  
  We share
  School adoption 
  Rotaract formation
  Interact formation
  RYLA events
  Waste management projects
  Water management projects
  Promotion of solar power
  Tree plantation
  Maintain green protocol programs
  Organic farming 
  Herbal gardens
  Pollution control – air, water, noise
  Improving living conditions
  safe drinking water projects like water tanks, purifiers,RO Plant
  Construction and renovation of  Toilets
  Construction and renovation of Hand washing area
  Menstrual Hygiene Management projects
Literacy :T-E-A-C-H  
  Teacher Support
  Adult Literacy
  Child Development
  Happy Schools
Health - Preventive (Project for Positive Health)  
  NCD Camps/Clinics
  Awareness programs:
  Advocacy  eg. Food labelling, avoiding junk food
Health -Curative  
  No. Medical camps
Disaster management programs  
CSR  No. of CSR funded projects

District News


                                                District 3201 Bye-Laws

Explanation of Document Numbering System Within the District Bye-laws, various elements of the documents are identified as follows:-


Article -01 Definition

Article -02 Officers

Article -03 District Leadership Plan

Article -04 District Committees

Article -05 Rotaract

Article -06 International Aid Projects

Article -07 District Meetings

Article -08 Protocol at District Meetings

Article -09 R. I. Letter- Head

Article -10 District Fund

Article -11 Selection of District Governor Nominee

Article -12 Procedure for selection of Nominating Committee for District Representative and alternate representative for future Council on Legislation.

Article -13 Procedure for Amendments

Note:- Any reference to one gender includes both genders


These bye-laws are being established by Rotary Clubs of Rotary International District (3201) to provide recommendations,guidelines and rules to strengthen the functioning of the district. Nothing in these bye-laws however shall be contrary to any recommendations, policy, definition or guidelines issued by the Board of Directors of Rotary International,or to the constitution and bye-laws of Rotary International as amended from time to time. These  byelaws will become effective from 1-7-2017

Article-1 Definition

Unless the context otherwise requires, words and phrases in these bye laws shall have the same meaning as provided in the RI Constitutional Documents.


The officers of the district shall include the following:

1. District Governor

Nominated by the District as herein provided, and elected at the Rotary International convention, he shall perform all duties and responsibilities as laid down in the bye-laws of Rotary International, and as delegated to him from time to time by the District Conference /District Assembly. He shall be ex-officio Chairman of all the District Committees.

2. District Governor Elect/Nominee

Nominated by the District as herein provided, he / she shall be ex-officio member of all the committees of the District, and shall be responsible for duties as may be delegated to him by the District Governor / District Conference / District Assembly.

3. District Secretary:

a) Appointment by the District Governor to serve during his term of office, the District Secretary must be a past president of a Rotary Club, and shall be responsible for maintaining the district records, the preparation and circulation of the minutes of the meetings of the College of Governors,and other meetings including the district Conference as directed by the District Governor.

b) The records maintained by him shall include:

i) Localities of clubs

ii) Bye-Laws as adopted by clubs

iii) Resolutions adopted at the District Conference

iv) Copies of the semi annual and annual reports of the District Governor

v) District Governor’s Monthly letters.

c) He shall pass on all the records to the succeeding governor within 15 days of the completion of office, that is, before July15.

04. District Chairman

The District Committee Leadership structure will be in line with the RI Guidelines and strategic plan.

The District Governor shall appoint a District Chairman for each Avenue of services to serve during his term of office.

The District Chairman shall be responsible for coordinating the activities of various committees constituted under each avenue of services. He shall be a past president with five years good standing in a Rotary Club. It is the prerogative of the Dist Governor to appoint/remove/change District Chairman or any other officer at any time.

05 District Treasurer

Appointed by the District Governor to serve during his term of Office, the District Treasurer shall be a Rotarian, preferably a Past President who is well versed in maintaining accounts. He shall be responsible for collection of District Dues, and for making payments authorized by the District Finance Committee.

06. College of Governors

a) The District Governor, DGE / DGN and past and present officers of Rotary International who are members of Rotary clubs in the District shall constitute the College of Governors with the District Governor as Chairman.

b) The College of Governors shall meet once every three months at a time and place fixed by the District Governor Who shall circulate the agenda well before the meeting, and shall serve as an Advisory Body to the District for the implementation of the programmes of Rotary.


Section 1

The District Governor shall administer the district by dividing the Clubs in the district to groups so that each of the groups have as far as possible equal number of Clubs as on July 1 and the Clubs in a group form a geographically Contiguous area.

Section 2

It is prerogative of the District Governor to appoint / remove/ Change Assistant Governor appointed at any time.

The Assistant Governor shall maintain close rapport with Governor, Chairman and key persons of various committees.

Section 3

To be eligible for appointment as Assistant Governor in any of the Zones, a Rotarian must fulfill the following. Requirements:-

a) He/ she has been a Rotarian in good standing in Clubs for at least five years and at least 2 years as active Past President (For a Rotarian who was a charter president of a Club this could be reduced to 1.5 years which includes.

Minimum period of six months as charter president)

b) He/She has served as President in a Rotary Club for a complete term (For a charter president a minimum of six Months as charter president)

C) He/she is not a Past District Governor, or District Governor Elect/Nominee

d) He/she has served on the District Committees for at least 2 full terms

e) He/She has the willingness to accept the responsibilities of Assistant Governor

Section 4 Role of Assistant Governor

Assistant governors are appointed by the governor-elect and are responsible for assisting the governor with respect to administration of designated clubs. Duties for assistant governors may include the following:

a) Meet with and assist the incoming club presidents to promote, implement, or review annually the Club Leadership Plan, discuss the clubs’ goals and review section 2.010.1 “Failure to Function” of this Code

b) Encourage clubs to enter and monitor their goals in Rotary Club Central

c) Visit each club regularly to discuss the club activities, resources, and opportunities

d) Assist club leaders in scheduling and planning for the governor’s official visit and attend each club assembly associated with the governor’s official visit

e) Assist in the development of district goals Rotary Code of Policies 65 January 2017

f) Keep the governor informed on progress of the clubs

g) Ensure that clubs update their membership regularly and pay their dues on time

h) Coordinate training at the club level with the appropriate district committee

i) Promote the District Leadership Plan, the Club Leadership Plan and all applicable RI online tools and resources

j) Advise the incoming governor on district committee selections

k) Attend and promote attendance at the district conference and other district and international meetings

l) Participate in district activities and attend all training seminars

m) Provide recommendations on future assistant governor and committee members

Section 5 Additional conditions in the District 3201 District Leadership Plan

a) The Assistant Governor shall not be eligible to selection of District Governor! District office during his year of appointment as Assistant Governor.

b) The Assistant Governor shall also not contest in any election process during the year of his appointment as Assistant Governor.

c) The Rotarian appointed as Assistant Governor shall have Maximum 3 terms with at least a gap of three years between two such appointments.

d) The District Governor! Incoming Governor shall not appoint any person as Assistant Governor who was a member of the Nominating Committee that selected the said District Governor! Incoming Governor.

e) The Assistant Governor shall not be eligible for selection as the Leader of the Group Study Exchange Team during his year of appointment as Assistant Governor.


Section 1:

The Governor-elect is responsible for appointing committee members to fill vacancies, appointing committee chairs and conducting planning meetings prior to the start of the year in office. Committees shall be appointed to address the following administrative functions:

Membership Attraction and Engagement

New Club Development


District Programs, including



Rotary Community Corps

Rotary Fellowships

Rotary Friendship Exchange

Rotary Youth Exchange

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)

Public Image

District Conference

The Rotary Foundation

Convention Promotion

District Training

Service, including

Club Service

Community Service

International Service

New Generations (Youth) Service

Vocational Service


Member Benefit

Additional district committees may be appointed when they serve a specific function”.

Section 2

Every Committee shall work in accordance with the terms of reference defined separately.

Section 3

All committees constituted by the governor shall hold office till the end of the Rotary year concerned.

Section 4

From amongst these members the District Governor shall appoint a Chairman of the Committee for his year of service.

Section 5

The incoming District Governor should appoint the committee for his year latest by 30th April. The Committees shall submit their plans of action to him 15 days before the District Assembly where he shall unfold the plans for his year.

Section 6

The District Rotaract Representative shall be a member of the District Rotaract Committee during the tenure of office.


Section 1

Rotaract is an important part of Rotary activities and the District Rotaract Committee shall guide and coordinate all Rotaract activities as per policy of Rotary International.

Section 2

The District Rotaract Representative shall be selected as per guidelines issued by Rotary International from time to time, and will be a member of the District Rotaract Committee.

Section 3

Rotary Clubs are encouraged to help Rotaract activities, but are not obliged to provide funds for their projects. Rotaract Clubs should not solicit funds from Rotary Clubs or other Rotaract Clubs without the permission of the Rotary Club president at local level, and without the permission of the District Governor at the district level.

 Section 4

Past, Present and incoming R.I. Officers are encouraged to participate at District and Multiple District Rotaract Functions, provided these meetings have the written approval of the District Rotaract Committee and the District Governor.


Section 1

Clubs in the district are encouraged to participate in Rotary Foundation activities and World Community Service projects.

Section 2

Whenever a Rotary Club receives any aid in kind or funds for a particular project, from a club outside India, or from Rotary International / Rotary Foundation, the Secretary of the club shall immediately acknowledge the aid to the benefactors with copies to the District Governor, District Governor Elect. District Governor Nominee and the Chairman of the concerned district committee.

Section 3

When aid is in the form of financial aid, the funds will be kept in a separate bank account opened specifically for the particular project and the account shall be operated by the club secretary along with any one of the club president, treasurer and the chairman of the project.

Section 4

After receiving the aid, the club secretary shall prepare a quarterly progress report of the project along with a statement of income and expenditure, and send the same along with photographs of the project to the benefactors with copies to the District Governor, District Governor Elect, District Governor Nominee and the District chairman of the district committee. These reports will be sent from time to time till the project is completed. The reporting requirements specified by TRF and TRF (India) will have to be strictly adhered to by clubs whenever TRF funds are availed by the Club. The failure of a club to prepare and send these reports will be considered as a serious lapse on the part of the receiving club, and could be termed as misutilization of aid. In such an event the District Governor shall be free to take suitable action against the erring club / club officers.


The District Governor shall wherever possible preside over all District meetings and District Seminars and conduct them to promote the programmes of Rotary.


a) The order of precedence as approved by Rotary International and described in the Manual of Procedure shall be followed, along with the following additions:

(1) District Conference/ District Assembly/ Intercity Seminar Chairman

(2) Convener of the programme

(3) President of host club

 (4) Reception Committee Chairman

(5) District Chairman of the programme

(6) Secretary of the meeting

(7) Secretary of the Club

(8) Any other officer as may be approved by the District Governor.

b) The decision of the District Governor in observing protocol shall be final.


Except for the current, past and incoming officers of Rotary International, or those Rotarians who have been appointed by the R.I. President of the R.I. Board to serve Rotary International, no Rotarian even though serving as a club officer, or a District Committee Chairman shall use the Rotary International letter-head. The District Officers mentioned in Article II can, however, use District Letter-Head with Rotary emblem while communicating with Rotarians.


Section 1 A

District Fund shall be established to be used for purpose hereinafter mentioned, and administered as per provisions contained herein. The District Fund shall be used for the following purposes:

a) To meet the cost of the Group Study Exchange programme in the district to the extent as provided in the District Budget after considering the subsidy amount to be received from Rotary Foundation.

b) To contribute towards the Presidents- elect and Secretaries- elect Training Seminar.

c) To meet part of the expenses on training and orientation of the District Rotaract Representative as per recommendations of Rotary International.

d) To meet any other expenses as may be provided in the budget as approved by the District Finance Committee.

Section 2 Administration of the District Fund

a) The District fund shall be managed by the District Finance Committee constituted by the District Governor as per the provisions of Rotary Manual of Procedure.

b) The District Treasurer shall be responsible for the day to day operation of the accounts. He shall maintain books and records of the District Fund (he shall present the status of expenses for each item as compared to the budgeted amounts reflecting variances, if any, at each meeting of the District Finance Committee.

c) The incoming District Governor shall prepare an estimate of the income for District Fund based on per capita District dues and the proposed expenses against it in the form of a District Budget which shall be mailed to all incoming club presidents at least four weeks before the “PETS/District Assembly so that the clubs may discuss the same before formal presentation of the same at the “PETS”/District Assembly for approval or amendment. If agreed by 3/4 of incoming Presidents, present at the above meeting, OR BY THE DISTRICT CONFERENCE BY A MAJORITY OF THE ELECTORS PRESENTAND VOTING.

The District Budget shall become effective from the following July 1.

d) In the event of the District Budget not getting the approval of the incoming club presidents, the District Budget shall be referred to the District Finance Committee for consideration, and presentation to the incoming club presidents in whatever way they consider appropriate and have the Budget approved by a majority of clubs by June 30.

e) The District Finance Committee shall open or terminate accounts in banks. The authorized signatories for all such bank accounts shall be the District Treasurer along with the District Governor, or any one of the members of the District Finance Committee.

f) The District Treasurer shall make all payments as approved by the District Governor. However, if there is any variance between the expense and the budgeted amount, the same shall be immediately referred to the District Governor, and to the District Finance Committee who may at their discretion approve the variances.

g) The District Finance Committee shall appoint an Auditor with the approval of the District Governor who may preferably be a Rotarian from within the district, at the time of adoption of the district Budget at the District Assembly.

h) At the end of the Rotary year, the outgoing District Governor and the District Treasurer shall compile the accounts, and present the same for review to the District Finance Committee latest by 30th September. Within two weeks the District Finance Committee shall return the same to District Governor along with their report. The District Governor shall send a copy of the same along with the report of the District Finance Committee to every club in the district latest by 31 October. These accounts shall be presented for consideration and adoption at the succeeding District Conference.

Section 3 District Dues

Every Club in the District shall contribute per capita dues for every member at a rate as approved by the district in accordance with the RI Bye Law 16.060.2 which is reproduced below:

The District Fund shall be financed by all clubs in the district by way of a per capita levy on the members of those clubs. The amount of the levy shall be decided by (a) the district training assembly after the approval of three-fourths of incoming club presidents present, provided that where a president-elect is excused from attending the districttraining assembly by the governor-elect in accordance with article 13, section 5(c) of the standard club constitution,the designated representative of the president-elect shall be entitled to vote in the president-elect’s place, or, at the option of the district, (b) the district conference by a majority of the electors present and voting, or (c) at the option of the district, the district presidents-elect training seminar after the approval of three-fourths of the incoming club presidents present, provided that where a president-elect is excused from attending by the governor-elect in accordance with article 13, section 5(c) of the standard club constitution, the designated representative of the president-elect shall be entitled to vote in the president-elect’s place.

Section 4 Collection of Funds at District and Club level

a) At the District level and at the Club level a separate account has to be maintained for the Funds Collected indicating details of collection and usage of funds. An audit of these accounts should be conducted. As and when these details are required by the District Governor and District Finance Committee these details are to be furnished by the concerned Club or District Functionaries.

b) In the event of the District Governor and the District Finance Committee not being satisfied for any cause whatsoever, it is free to make suitable recommendations to the concerned Club or the District. Section 5 Collection of funds by District Governor or District Governor Elect I District Governor Nominee Any Funds, other than those which are a part of the District Fund, which are collected by the District Governor or District Governor - Elect I District Governor Nominee for any Rotary cause whatsoever, shall be duly accounted for, and details provided to the District Finance Committee, and duly included in the District Fund account


1. District 3201 shall select its Governor-Nominee at the District Conference by Direct Voting Procedure by clubs as

provided in Section 14.020.13 read together with Sections 14.030 and 14.040 of the RI Bylaws or e-voting as admissible by the RI bye laws and the following additions :

2. a) Two or more candidates

Where there are two or more candidates, the governor shall notify all clubs in the district of the name and qualifications of each such candidate and that the governor-nominee will be selected through Direct Voting Procedure at the District Conference or e-voting as admissible by the RI bye laws.

b) Direct Voting Specifications

Voting shall be by secret ballot. Every ballot shall be signed by all members of the balloting committee and validated

by them, as well as the candidates or their representatives, before it is given to the elector. Votes cast shall be deposited in the sealed Ballot box. The Ballot box shall be opened only in the presence of the candidates or their representatives.

c) Balloting Committee Structure

The Balloting Committee shall be headed by the senior most and willing Past District Governor who has not chaired a Balloting Committee earlier. The second member shall be randomly selected by lot from the group of seniors most  and willing Past Assistant Governors. The third member shall be randomly selected by lot from the group of seniors most and willing Past Presidents. No member of the Balloting Committee shall have been a member of a Balloting Committee during the previous 10 years.

d) List of Eligible Clubs

The details of the Balloting Committee and a list of votes of all eligible clubs shall be notified by the Governor to all clubs in the district at least 30 days before the District Conference.”




All the members of College of Governors shall constitute the Nominating Committee for District Representative and Alternate Representative for Council On Legislation in the future following the Council On Legislation 2010. The names shall be presented to the delegates for their approval at the appropriate District Conference.


Section 1

With the change in the Rotary International Constitution and Bye-Laws, these Bye-laws may be considered automatically amended to conform with them.

Section 2

These Bye-laws may be amended at the District Conference by a majority of electors present and voting, or in special  circumstances when such amendments are submitted for approval by ballot by mail.

Section 3

Amendments to these bye-laws may be proposed by a club in good standing by a resolution adopted at a regular meeting of the club or by the College of Governors, and shall be submitted in writing, certified by the club secretary or the district secretary, so as to reach the District Governor forty five days before the District Conference or District Assembly as required.

Section 4

The District Governor shall mail such proposed amendments to the Secretary! Secretary elect and the President elect of each club in the district, thirty days before the District Conference or the District Assembly as required.

Section 5

In the event of an emergent need for making an amendments as shall be verified by the College of Governors, or by one-third of the electors present, the proposed amendments shall be circulated on the first day of the District Conference.

Section 6

Voting on the amendments shall be restricted to electors, or Presidents— elect and Secretaries elect or in case of ballot by mail, to the clubs.


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