[Ipss] voting for members

satyaakam goswami satyaakam at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 09:10:28 CET 2011

 On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Kenneth Gonsalves <lawgon at gmail.com>wrote:

> hi,
> currently votes are recorded on membership applications, but the vote is
> secret ballot. This is not correct. The names of the committee members
> should be shown along with their vote. Anyway only committee members can
> view this. Before anyone makes a big noise about this I wish to clarify
> procedure in a normal society:
> 1. Application filed
> 2. Application scrutinised and clarifications obtained
> 3. If not rejected, applicant interviewed by screening committee
> 4. Committee votes (this is done in person usually)
> Also currently an application is deemed to be rejected if it does not
> get 3 votes within 30 days. I want to change this so that after 30 days
> the applicant is given a notice asking for more and better details as
> the committee has been unable to decide his suitability on the basis of
> details submitted. People who have been rejected due to negative votes
> will of course be informed. They have a right to sue us ;-)

+1 for all the above , what does one  do after rejection can one reapply?

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