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Dr. Satish Kumar P

President's Message

I convey my heartfelt salutations for electing me as the President of orthopaedic Surgeons Society of Andhra Pradesh (OSSAP) which may not have been possible without the wholehearted support by all of you. I will dedicate myself towards concentrating all my efforts on academic and training activities of OSSAP thereby uplifting the professional acumen of all OSSAP members. My motto as a President of this prestigious institution remains “know for sure and execute to perfection. As such I propose to carry forward this motto that would help OSSAP in achieving significant academic advances in the years to come and hope that future president would help in paving way for building a strong academic edifice

Dr. J. Naresh Babu M.S (Ortho), FNB (Spine Surgery) Hon. Secretary OSSAP

Secretary's Message

I take this opportunity in offering my salutations by thanking each and every member of OSSAP in electing me as the Honorary Secretary of orthopaedic Surgeons Society of Andhra Pradesh (OSSAP). I invite all of you in guiding me in making OSSAP as a powerhouse of academic and quality research and working as one team for reaching new heights in the orthopaedic specialty in Andhra Pradesh. In this age of advanced medical technologies – we have unlimited opportunities to learn from our experiences, information, tools, and techniques on daily basis. Let’s together contribute all of our resources towards the advancements of orthopaedic for the benefit of humanity.

Advancing Science & Art of Orthopaedic Surgery

The orthopedic Surgeons Society of Andhra Pradesh (OSSAP) has more than 1400 active life members, and cohesively moving ahead with unifying focus on charitable endeavor by caring for patients, supporting surgeons through mentoring and transforming lives through unique research.

Given the growing musculoskeletal disease burden, and the transformative impact orthopedic surgery can have for the right patients, we believe surgeons, students across the state should work together to advance science and art of orthopedics. Since inception (1968), the organization has evolved into a strong professional body and transformed many lives.

    Advancing Orthopaedic Care

    Encouraging Scientific Research

    Providing Common Platform

    Promoting Orthopaedic Exhibits

    Training Orthopaedic Aspirants

    Events

    Driving the Future of Orthopaedic Care, Research & Education

    Serving our profession to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care and keeping the world in motion through the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Empowering orthopaedic surgeons to be leaders in quality musculoskeletal healthcare teams as a means to deliver value to our patients through evidence-based cost efficient practices.

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    Benefits of Being an OSSAP Member

    Members will get access to cutting edge technology in orthopaedics.

    Members will be able to learn new mechanisms from great orthopaedic surgeons.

    Members will get the opportunity to expand their professional network.

    Members will get the opportunity to share their ideas and co-create.

    Members will get opportunity to transform orthopaedics for betterment of human race.

    Members will be able to participate in various welfare programs and uplift community

    Members will get an opportunity to influence and train young medical aspirants.

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    OSSAP provides education, leadership skills, and essential tools to empower orthopedic surgeons for success across all career stages, your contributions will help OSSAP to provide a resilient foundation. Hundred percent of your contribution will be directed to support the OSSAP programs.

Serving our profession to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care and keeping the world in motion through the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Empowering orthopaedic surgeons to be leaders in quality musculoskeletal healthcare teams as a means to deliver value to our patients through evidence-based cost efficient practices.

As a member of the most prestigious orthopaedic association, members may access a myriad of opportunities to contribute to the orthopaedic community. Each member benefits when they contribute to the OSSAP, by building resources for peers and contributing to the ongoing achievement of the organization. One of the greatest benefits of being an OSSAP member is the opportunity to mine other leaders for knowledge, experiences and resources.

Our Mission

Engaging orthopaedic professionals across Andhra Pradesh to develop leaders, strategies and resources to guide the future of orthopaedic care, research & education.

Our Vision

Advancing science and art of orthopaedic surgery and inspire young professionals to achieve orthopaedic excellency from stem to stern.

Our Focus

Moving ahead with unifying focus on charitable endeavor by caring for patients, supporting surgeons through mentoring and transforming lives through unique research.

Core Values

Every day and every member at OSSAP live by our core values and these values drive us towards accomplishing our vision and goals and also enables us to maintain an efficient, nimble and fiscally accountable organization responsive to member needs.

Leadership

The OSSAP is committed to meeting the responsibilities of leadership through unselfish and responsible motivation.

Professionalism

OSSAP embraces professionalism at every level and aspires to enhance dignity and professionalism in orthopaedics .

Community

OSSAP members are committed to each other with key focus on intellectual exchange, sharing, collaborating and co-creating.

Unification

OSSAP transcend subspecialties and unify orthopaedic leaders as the specialty work towards advancing orthopedics.

1) OFFICE BEARERS OF OSSAP

a) For executive committeemeetings The President, the President Elect, Secretary, Joint Secretary, Treasurer shall be paid travelling allowance for attending the executive meetings. To and fro A.C. III Tier charges will be paid. The venue of the meeting will be decided by mutual consultation by the President and the Secretary. The T.A. will not be paid while attending the conference. T.A. will be paid for the Central Executive meeting of I.O.A, State Executive Committee meetings and OSSAP meetings.

b) Guest Speakers :

1) Foreign : No foreign guest speaker shall be paid International air fare from the accounts of the conference. However to & fro travel from port of entry to the venue of the conference, stay at hotels during transit, local accommodation and free registration shall be provided. Local sight-seeing, if requested will be arranged and shall not be charged.

(2) Nonmember of I.O.A. / OSSAP : AC II sleeper to & fro travelling allowance shall be paid.

For C.M.E/Workshop : Free registration and maximum two days free accommodation to be provided.

For Main Conference : Free registration and maximum two days free accommodation to be provided.

(3) Members of I.O.A. / OSSAP :

(2) Nonmember of I.O.A. / OSSAP : AC II sleeper to & fro travelling allowance shall be paid.

For C.M.E./Workshop : Free registration for C.M.E./ Workshop alone.

For Main Conference : No free registration. No free accommodation shall be provided. Mementoes/certificates, on behalf of local organising committee may be given to all categories of guest speakers/faculty members.

(2) (4) Honorary Members of OSSAP: Free registration shall be given to all Honorary Members of OSSAP A list of honorary fellows shall be supplied by the Treasurer to the local Organising Secretary who shall invite honorary fellows to attend the conference.

(5) Senior Members of OSSAP :No registration fees shall be charged from members of OSSAP who are more than 70 years of age. To avoid confusion senior members shall send their registration forms duly filled at least one month before the conference, but preferably before last date of registration without late fees.

(6) Awardees : Recipients of B.N. Sinha Memorial Meritorious Award, National Awards like Padma Sri, Padma Bhushan may be given free registration by the local organising committee but no travelling allowance.

(7) Other Dignitaries : The local organising committee may give complimentary registration to other dignitaries. The total number of such complimentary registrations shall not exceed 10 numbers.

GENERAL HOSPITALITY

1) Reception at the Air port / Railway Station / Bus Stations :

Reception counters with visible banners shall be put at the receiving points for the delegates. These counters should have all the detailed information regarding the accommodation of stay of the delegates at various places. Basic transportation to the hotels should be arranged by the organisers either free or on payment.

2) Transport : Transport for all the delegates from various places of accommodation to the venue of the conference / workshops / banquet and other social programmes should preferably be arranged by the local organizers. Proper information of bus route timings should be made available to delegates and announcements must be made.

3) Catering : Arrangements for round the clock supply of Coffee / Tea either free or payment may be made . Safe drinking water should be placed at easily accessible spots outside each hall of scientific deliberations.

Accommodation : 4) The conference brochure shall carry information regarding availability of various categories of accommodation. The local organizers shall reserve adequate hotel rooms well in advance to avoid difficulty to the delegates. Allotment will be subject to requests received before deadline on first come first served basis, and advance payment of one day tariff. Allotment, of course, shall be subject to availability of hotel rooms in that category. Proper liaison of accommodation committee with various hotels is essential to avoid inconvenience to delegates and over charging by the hotels. Services of a travel agent may be utilised to organise accommodation.

(5) (a) Social Events : A short cultural programme not exceeding one hour may be arranged immediately following the inaugural function but is not mandatory. The programme should ideally reflect the cultural heritage of the state and the host district. An orchestra may be an addition during the banquet.

(b) Sight-Seeing : Local sight-seeing/or one/two day tours outside the city may be arranged in consultation with State Tourism. Special programs for spouses/children may be arranged. Complimentary packages for other tours at subsidized prices may be arranged through the Tourism Department/Travel agent.

REGISTRATION

(i) Announcements for the Conference

(a) First letter sent by local Organising Secretary as a "thank you" note within 6 months of the venue being decided in the business meeting (optional)

(b) A stall shall be allotted in Trade Exhibition in the previous years conference for announcement, distribution of pamphlets and display of posters banners of the conference.

(c) Final announcement brochure should contain the following information:

1. Number of the Conference in Roman letters.

2. City and Venue.

3. Dates of the Conference.

4. Host College / Club / Association.

5. Letter from President of OSSAP.

6. Letter from local organising secretary.

7. List of Executive Committee of OSSAP.

8. List of main organising committee.

9 Proposed format of the conference.

10. Details of registration fees.

11. Information of the C.M.E programme including topic,coordinators and speakers.

12. Information of accommodation available with tariffs.

13. Information (including photographs) of tourist attractions in and around the city, various tours being planned etc.

14. Information of air, rail and road connections.

15. Addresses/Phone No./Fax No./e-mail addresses of key.members of the Organising Committee.

16. Information of reception and transport arrangements.

17. Information regarding programmes for spouse /children/ social events.

18. Registration form, form for abstract, accommodation, sight seeing tours, sub-speciality meetings, etc.

19. Important dates and deadlines.

20. Information of accommodation available with tariffs.

(ii) Important dates/deadlines

Assuming that the date for the annual conferences would be fixed for 2nd week of September each year the important deadlines will be

1. Despatch of final announcement brochure. - 1st June

2. Last date for receipt of Abstracts - 30th June

3. Last date for receipt of full papers/Registration- 1st August without late fees

4. Last date for registration with late fees - 31st August

5. Last date for despatch of final programme - 31st August to all members.

(iii) Methodology of Registration:

The registration will be fully computerised. Organizers are free to allot registration numbers according to alphabets or to categorize them district wise or college wise. Whatever method meeting is adopted, it should be reflected in a streamlined way on registration counters. The registration process should be so managed to enable fast processing and avoid unnecessary queues during peak registration hours at conference venue. Enough space should therefore be allotted for this purpose. The reply for registration, accommodation, sight seeing tours and receipts of abstract form should be sent within a fortnight of their receipt by the Conference Secretariat. The information for acceptance / nonacceptance of the scientific paper should be sent latest by 15th July. Delegates should be requested to quote registration number for all correspondence. Spouses/children should be registered under same registration numbers to avoid confusion.

(iv) Registration fee structure: This has already been covered under receipts of conference.

(v) Delegate kit:

It is left to the local organizers to decide on the quality/size of delegate bags. The purpose is only to provide a handy bag to contain the following essential items.

(a) Copy of the final programme with details of scientific session.

(b) Meal coupons

(c) Invitation to the inaugural function

(d) Details of registration

(e) Writing pad

(f) Jotting pen

(g) Invitation to the banquet (if registered)

(h) Delegate name badge

(i) Information brochure of facilit ies like transport arrangements, spot map of the venue, other miscellaneous information.

(j) Conference Souvenir

(k) Other complementaries are optional.

(VI) Certificates: Participation certificates for delegates should preferably be distributed from the afternoon on the pen ultimate day of the conference. These shall be separate for the CME and the main conference. Those for the workshop shall be given at the venue of the workshops.

(VII) Certificates to faculty members/guest speakers/chairpersons should be handed over immediately after the scientific session. Certificates for podium presentations shall also be given by the chairpersons to all speakers at the end of the session. Certificates for poster presentation to be distributed in the hall for poster presentations.

(VIII) Souvenir: A Souvenir shall be brought out to commemorate the conference. The following information shall be included.

(a) Messages from various dignitaries including the President/ President Elect/Secretary of OSSAP.

(b) Presidential address.

(c) Secretarys’ annual report.

(d) List of executive committee members of OSSAP.

(e) List of Organising Committee of the Conference.

(f) Jotting pen

(g) Award winning papers of last conference, Past Presidents Oration.

(h) Income and expenditure statement by the Treasurer of OSSAP and Auditors report.

(i) Articles from various sources on orthopaedic and general topics of interest.

(j) List of Donors.

(k) List of Exhibitors.

(l) List of Advertisers.

(m) Advertisements.

(n) Anecdotes/jokes etc. (optional).

(o) List of past award winners of Medals (optional).

EXPENDITURE: (To be slotted under "financial considerations")

The projected budgetary requirements for the conference has to be put under the following heads:-

Approximate % of total Budget

1. Venue arrangements and establishment expenses. including pendals, trade exhibition stalls, registration counters, etc. 20%

2. Catering 20%

3 Audio visual facilities 10%

4. Printing and Stationery 10%

5. Communication (Telephone/Fax, e-mail, Letters) 5%

6. Accommodation and Transport (Dignitaries & others) 5%

7. Inaugural function and other miscellaneous expenditure like gifts/mementoes 5%

8. Entertainments/sight seeing/ladies programme 5%

9. Administration: Salary to staff/office setup/etc 2.5%

10. Miscellaneous contingency expenses 2.5%

11. Contribution to OSSAP 10%

12. Savings 5%

Total 100%

(ii) Committee for Monitoring of Collections/Expenditure

A committee consisting of the following members will monitor the collections/expenditure of the conference.

1. President.

2. President Elect.

3. Secretary.

4. Treasurer.

5. Any other member of the Executive Committee co-opted for that purpose.

The local Organising Secretary should submit a written statement of collections/expenditure at Quarterly intervals to the Treasurer starting from January of the year of the Conference, till the closure of accounts or till the accounts are finally audited. The committee will meet at the venue of the conference along with the central programme committee one month prior to the conference to assess collections and make budgetary allocations accordingly. The President-Elect along with the Treasurer shall monitor the collections and expenses and see that accounts are properly maintained.

(iii) Auditing and Submission of Accounts: The accounts shall be audited by an auditor appointed by the central office. The auditor will visit the venue at least once within 3 months after the conference. It will be mandatory for a preliminary report to be presented by local organising secretary in the summer meeting of Executive Committee. A final audited account will presented in the executive committee meeting during the subsequent OSSAP conference.

The accounts shall be audited by an auditor appointed by the central office. The auditor will visit the venue at least once within 3 months after the conference. It will be mandatory for a preliminary report to be presented by local organising secretary in the summer meeting of Executive Committee. A final audited account will presented in the executive committee meeting during the subsequent OSSAP conference.

(iv) Savings from the Conference: It is mandatory for the local organising committee to donate ten percent of total collections for the Conference to the Academic fund of the Association. The "total collection" shall also include the fund spent directly/indirectly on sponsorship of the activities related to the staging of the Conference. This donation is in recognition of the authorization to the host by the OSSAP to stage the conference, use of its logo, its name, and its advise and professional guidance given for two years in arranging for academic and other activities of the conference. If the OSSAP conference in clubbed with I.O.A National conference or with OASIS conference in that year, the savings are to be provided to the I.O.A / OASIS respectively and the OSSAP will not get any share in the savings of the conference.

Combined Conferences : If the National Conference of I.O.A is to be hosted by the A.P. Chapter or if the OASIS conference is to be held in the state, in that year there will not be a separate annual conference of OSSAP during that year. The president of OSSAP will be on the dais in all the official functions of I.O.A/OASIS. The A.G.M. will be conducted separately by the life members of OSSAP to transact the business and to award the medals and the Past Presidents oration will be held in the subsequent year. If the General body wishes to separate the State Conference with the other conferences (National IOA/OASIS), it will be decided in the Annual General body meeting.

The inaugural function of the Annual meeting of the OSSAP is an official function and will be conducted under the supervision of President/Secretary/Joint Secretary of OSSAP.

(i) Venue and General Arrangements:

The venue should preferably be a hall with a capacity of at least 800-1000 with projection facilities in adjacent satellite halls for another 200 delegates/guests. In the absence of an open area/ pendal with capacity for seating at least 250 persons may arranged. The backdrop of the stage should carry the Emblem of the Association. Another emblem should also be used in front of the podium. These are mandatory requirements. The conference logo can also be used on the backdrop. Decoration on the stage is left to the discretion of local organizers but proper stage lighting and good public address system should be arranged. Tables are to be kept on sides for placing various OSSAP awards. The same should be aesthetic. Wasteful expenditure should be avoided.

(ii) Time : The inaugural function should usually commence at 9.00 A.M and the total duration of the main inaugural programme should not exceed 1 hour. The timing may be changed to the evening hours at the convenience of the host organisers depending on the localfactors. If the programme is the evening hours a cultural programme to high light the local culture may follow the inaugural function but it is not mandatory.

(iii) Dignitaries on the dais: The total number of chairs will be 7 or 9 with the following dignitaries being present:

1.President of OSSAP.

2. Chief Guest.

3. Guest of honour.

4. President Elect of OSSAP.

5. Chairman Organising Committee.

5. Chairman Organising Committee.

6. Secretary of OSSAP.

7. Organising Secretary.

8. Head of the Teaching Institution, Dean / Principal of Medical College.

9. Superintendent of the Teaching Hospital.

10. Two more chairs may be increased accommodate additional guests of honour (optional).

(iv) Master of Ceremonies/Conduct of Proceedings: (optional)

The master of ceremonies for this solemn function should be a senior person ( male or female) who has experience of conducting such functions. He or she must realize the importance of time and that it is an official function. Unnecessary anecdotes, fanfare should be avoided and the conduct of proceedings should be professional.

(v) Speeches/activities and their sequence: The following will be the sequence.

(a) Delegates/Guests are requested to take their seats by 8.45 a.m (To be mentioned in the invitation card for the function).

(b) The President and Hon. Secretary of OSSAP along with Chairman Organising Committee and Organising Secretary will receive the Chief Guest at the entrance and escort him/ her to the hall.

(c) The master of ceremonies or one of the organising committee members will request dignitaries to take their seats on the dais (to be escorted by members of organising committee) in the following order.

(i) President of OSSAP.

(ii) Chief Guest.

(iv) President Elect of OSSAP

(v) Secretary of OSSAP .

(vi) Head of the institution (Dean / Principal).

(vii) Superintendent of the teaching hospital.

(viii) Chairman Organising Committee

(xi) Organising Secretary 3 min.

(d) Welcoming the dignitaries by floral bouquets. 2 min.

(e) Prayer 2 min.

(f) Welcome address : Chairman Organising Committee or Organising Secretary 5 min.

(g) Inauguration of Conference : Lighting the Lamp 5 min.

(h) Secretarys’ Annual report 3 min.

(i) Presentation of OSSAP awards by President of OSSAP (Award presentation to be assisted by the Secretary and Joint Secretary of OSSAP ) 5 min.

(j) Presidential address 10 min. (The speech is to be printed and distributed to the guests and delegates at the commencement of the function - optional).

(k) Release of Souvenir by the Guest and his address 7 min.

(l) Speech by the Chief Guest 10 min.

(m) Presentation of mementos to the dignitaries on the dais. 10 min.

(n) Vote of thanks by Organising secretary/ Joint. Organising secretary. 3 min.

(o) National Anthem (Optional) 3 min. (preferably a team of singers to lead).

The main function may be followed short cultural programme to be followed by High Tea/Conference Dinner, if the inaugural function is held in the evening hours. The following awards will be presented during the inaugural function and in the same order.

1. LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (IF ANY)

2. Dr. VYAGHRESWARUDU GOLD MEDAL

3. DHANVANTHARI MEDAL

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS

(a) Drawing up an agenda :The Secretary shall draw up the agenda for the meeting at least 1-2 months before and send it to the President for approval. After approval the final agenda shall be circulated by post along with announcement for the meeting to all members of executive Committee. "Agenda notes" or short background regarding various items on the agenda may also be sent for first hand information of members so that they come prepared for discussion. The agenda should consist of.

1. Obituaries, if any

2. Confirmation of minutes of last Executive Committee meeting.

3. Secretarys’ report for the term.

4. Treasurers’ report.

5. Financial report (interim or final) of previous Conference by Organising Secretary who shall be a special invitee to the meeting.

6. Budget proposals for next conference & preparations report by organising Secretary who shall also be a special invitee.

7. Report of other Subcommittees (if any) of OSSAP by Chairman of the Committee or his representative.

8. All other important matters requiring concurrence of Executive Committee for running of the Association.

9. Important issues raised by Executive members / other members which the President / Secretary feel important for discussion.

10. Progress report of all the programmes undertaken.

(b) Frequency of Executive Committee Meetings :

Three a year at least. One meeting must be at the ensuing venue of the conference with the organising Secretary and other various committee chairmen.

1. Meeting after OSSAP valedictory function

2. Summer meeting three months after the first meeting

3. Third meeting 3 to 4 months after the second meeting at venue of the conference

4. Before the annual conference on the C.M.E. day.

(c) Venue, date and time : They will be decided in consultation with the President, Treasurer, President Elect and Organising Secretary by the Secretary of OSSAP and will be communicated at least 3 to 4 weeks in advance to all the members of executive committee.

Adequate Photocopy of agenda/agenda notes for the members Photocopies of other documents will be provided by the secretary.

(d) Follow-up action after the Executive Committee Meeting:

The minutes of the meetings shall be properly finalised by the Secretary and shall be sent to the President for approval. Action on all decisions taken in the committee shall be carried out by the Secretary, who shall write to all the concerned. Work delegated to Executive Committee members by President/Secretary should be completed and "action taken" report submitted within a certain time frame. The minutes of both the Executive Committee meetings shall be presented in the Annual General Body Meeting for approval.

(e) Extra-Ordinary Executive Committee Meeting:

May be called by President at any time preferably with a minimum 10 day notice. This shall be for urgent matters which cannot be put off till time for regular meeting.

GENERAL BODY MEETING

A notice for the meeting along with agenda will be circulated by the Secretary to all members well in advance.

Arrangements : The meeting will be conducted on the 1st day of main conference from 4 P.M. onwards. Venue will be the main hall. A dais to seat President, President Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Joint Secretary will be required. A public address system with table mike on Dais, 2 stand mikes in the aisle and 2 cordless mikes in the hall will be required. Arrangement for drinking water outside the hall should be kept. At least 4 volunteers should be present. If requested by the OSSAP office bearers a computer with projector should be arranged for instant projection of resolutions being put to vote.

(a) Drawing up an agenda:

1. Obituaries.

2. Confirmation of minutes of previous General Body Meeting

3. Confirmation of minutes of Executive Committee meeting held on the last day of previous conference.

4. Confirmation of minutes of all the previous Executive Committee meetings prior to the G.B.M.

5. Secretarys’ report.

6. Treasurers’ report.

7. Report of other committees (if any) by the respective Chairman

8. Financial report of previous conference by the Organising Secretary.

9. Next years Budget

10. Progress report of OSSAP conference.

11. Decision about the venue of OSSAP next conference.

12. Any other matter with the permission of the Chairman.

13. Ratification of the membership of new applicants for Life / Associate membership

14. Declaration of Election results by the President Elect.

15. OASIS/IOA matters.

b) Time and Venue

In the main hall of the OSSAP conference venue on the 1st day of the main conference usually from 4 P.M. on wards. A computer with computer operator, an L.C.D. projector with screen shall be used for display of resolutions. An electronic timer, if possible shall be made available in the Hall.

c) The Conduct of the meeting:

(i) Punctuality shall be maintained for commencing the meeting.

(ii) Attendance shall be maintained in a register or on specially prepared sheets which shall be pasted in the register after the meeting.

(vii) Superintendent of the teaching hospital.

(iii) The President of the OSSAP shall conduct the meeting with assistance from Secretary who shall advise him on all the issues raised.

(iv) Each item shall be discussed for 5-10 minutes according to the importance. In case of difference of opinion the Secretary shall formulate a resolution on which there shall be voting by raising of hands. The resolution may be carried or defeated by a simple majority.

(v) The President shall have the authority to invite any member to present his views or debar any member from further discussions in case of failure to maintain decorum in the meeting.

(vi) The minutes of the meeting shall be recorded by the Joint Secretary under direction of Secretary. The proceedings may also be recorded on audio tapes for future reference. The descent note must also be recorded in the minute book.

(d) Follow-up after the meeting:

The Secretary shall finalise the minutes and send to the President for approval immediately after the OSSAP conference. Action on decision taken shall be carried out by Secretary and other members of Executive Committee as the case may be.

PROTOCOL FOR FUNCTIONING OF THE OSSAP OFFICE

(a) Maintenance of Records :TAll records of the Association will be under the custody of the Secretary. Proper numbering and storing shall be ensured for easy retrieval as and when required. While all files concerned with the term of the current Secretary may be maintained at his residence for convenience all important documents and files related to previous Secretarial terms shall be kept in the safe custody. The Treasurer shall be responsible for keeping all records pertaining to the assets of the association which include all records related to the OSSAP fixed deposit building e.g. acquisition of land, OSSAP I.T. Paper permissions, etc. All records of fixed deposits and other assets shall also be maintained by the treasurer and a list of all such documents shall be produced on demand.

(b) Correspondence :While correspondence on important policy matters decisions to be taken shall be carried out by the President/Secretary, routine correspondence like change of address, nonreceipt of letters/Journal, membership dues, etc. will be done by the Secretary or a clerk appointed for that purpose under the supervision of the secretary. All correspondence for the Newsletter/Executive Committee Meetings/General Body Meetings, suggestion, etc. shall be addressed to Secretary.

(b) Correspondence :While correspondence on important policy matters decisions to be taken shall be carried out by the President/Secretary, routine correspondence like change of address, nonreceipt of letters/Journal, membership dues, etc. will be done by the Secretary or a clerk appointed for that purpose under the supervision of the secretary. All correspondence for the Newsletter/Executive Committee Meetings/General Body Meetings, suggestion, etc. shall be addressed to Secretary.

(b) Correspondence :While correspondence on important policy matters decisions to be taken shall be carried out by the President/Secretary, routine correspondence like change of address, nonreceipt of letters/Journal, membership dues, etc. will be done by the Secretary or a clerk appointed for that purpose under the supervision of the secretary. All correspondence for the Newsletter/Executive Committee Meetings/General Body Meetings, suggestion, etc. shall be addressed to Secretary.

(b) Correspondence :While correspondence on important policy matters decisions to be taken shall be carried out by the President/Secretary, routine correspondence like change of address, nonreceipt of letters/Journal, membership dues, etc. will be done by the Secretary or a clerk appointed for that purpose under the supervision of the secretary. All correspondence for the Newsletter/Executive Committee Meetings/General Body Meetings, suggestion, etc. shall be addressed to Secretary.

1. Obituaries, if any

2. Confirmation of minutes of last Executive Committee meeting.

3. Secretarys’ report for the term.

4. Treasurers’ report.

5. Financial report (interim or final) of previous Conference by Organising Secretary who shall be a special invitee to the meeting.

6. Budget proposals for next conference & preparations report by organising Secretary who shall also be a special invitee.

7. Report of other Subcommittees (if any) of OSSAP by Chairman of the Committee or his representative.

8. All other important matters requiring concurrence of Executive Committee for running of the Association.

9. Important issues raised by Executive members / other members which the President / Secretary feel important for discussion.

10. Progress report of all the programmes undertaken.

(b) Frequency of Executive Committee Meetings :

Three a year at least. One meeting must be at the ensuing venue of the conference with the organising Secretary and other various committee chairmen.

1. Meeting after OSSAP valedictory function

2. Summer meeting three months after the first meeting

3. Third meeting 3 to 4 months after the second meeting at venue of the conference

4. Before the annual conference on the C.M.E. day.

(c) Venue, date and time : They will be decided in consultation with the President, Treasurer, President Elect and Organising Secretary by the Secretary of OSSAP and will be communicated at least 3 to 4 weeks in advance to all the members of executive committee.

Adequate Photocopy of agenda/agenda notes for the members Photocopies of other documents will be provided by the secretary.

(d) Follow-up action after the Executive Committee Meeting:

The minutes of the meetings shall be properly finalised by the Secretary and shall be sent to the President for approval. Action on all decisions taken in the committee shall be carried out by the Secretary, who shall write to all the concerned. Work delegated to Executive Committee members by President/Secretary should be completed and "action taken" report submitted within a certain time frame. The minutes of both the Executive Committee meetings shall be presented in the Annual General Body Meeting for approval.

(e) Extra-Ordinary Executive Committee Meeting:

May be called by President at any time preferably with a minimum 10 day notice. This shall be for urgent matters which cannot be put off till time for regular meeting.

GENERAL BODY MEETING

A notice for the meeting along with agenda will be circulated by the Secretary to all members well in advance.

Arrangements : The meeting will be conducted on the 1st day of main conference from 4 P.M. onwards. Venue will be the main hall. A dais to seat President, President Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Joint Secretary will be required. A public address system with table mike on Dais, 2 stand mikes in the aisle and 2 cordless mikes in the hall will be required. Arrangement for drinking water outside the hall should be kept. At least 4 volunteers should be present. If requested by the OSSAP office bearers a computer with projector should be arranged for instant projection of resolutions being put to vote.

(a) Drawing up an agenda:

1. Obituaries.

2. Confirmation of minutes of previous General Body Meeting

3. Confirmation of minutes of Executive Committee meeting held on the last day of previous conference.

4. Confirmation of minutes of all the previous Executive Committee meetings prior to the G.B.M.

5. Secretarys’ report.

6. Treasurers’ report.

7. Report of other committees (if any) by the respective Chairman

8. Financial report of previous conference by the Organising Secretary.

9. Next years Budget

10. Progress report of OSSAP conference.

11. Decision about the venue of OSSAP next conference.

12. Any other matter with the permission of the Chairman.

13. Ratification of the membership of new applicants for Life / Associate membership

14. Declaration of Election results by the President Elect.

15. OASIS/IOA matters.

b) Time and Venue

In the main hall of the OSSAP conference venue on the 1st day of the main conference usually from 4 P.M. on wards. A computer with computer operator, an L.C.D. projector with screen shall be used for display of resolutions. An electronic timer, if possible shall be made available in the Hall.

c) The Conduct of the meeting:

(i) Punctuality shall be maintained for commencing the meeting.

(ii) Attendance shall be maintained in a register or on specially prepared sheets which shall be pasted in the register after the meeting.

(vii) Superintendent of the teaching hospital.

(iii) The President of the OSSAP shall conduct the meeting with assistance from Secretary who shall advise him on all the issues raised.

(iv) Each item shall be discussed for 5-10 minutes according to the importance. In case of difference of opinion the Secretary shall formulate a resolution on which there shall be voting by raising of hands. The resolution may be carried or defeated by a simple majority.

(v) The President shall have the authority to invite any member to present his views or debar any member from further discussions in case of failure to maintain decorum in the meeting.

(vi) The minutes of the meeting shall be recorded by the Joint Secretary under direction of Secretary. The proceedings may also be recorded on audio tapes for future reference. The descent note must also be recorded in the minute book.

(d) Follow-up after the meeting:

The Secretary shall finalise the minutes and send to the President for approval immediately after the OSSAP conference. Action on decision taken shall be carried out by Secretary and other members of Executive Committee as the case may be.

PROTOCOL FOR FUNCTIONING OF OFFICE BEARERS

The functions of all the office bearers are well enshrined in the constitution. Based on these the Calendar of activities of the office bearers shall be as follows.

(a) President:

(i) Take over as President during valedictory function of OSSAP. Present a brief summary of activities he plans to undertake in his term.

(ii) Preside over the Executive Committee meeting immediately following the valedictory function. Nominate members to vacant posts of Executive Committee and plan activities for next year. Approve minutes of the meeting.

(iii) Preside over the meeting of the central committee for subsequent year’s OSSAP.

(iv) Attend Conference and CME. Send messages with passport size photograph for souvenir of conferences/C.M.E’s/ Workshops/symposia when requested.

(v) Closely monitor the preparations for the OSSAP conference including nomination of foreign and Indian Faculty, Scientific programme, budgets, venue arrangements, workshops, CME programme etc. His word shall be final on matters of dispute.

(vi) Call for and approve the agenda for Executive Committee meeting. This should be done by end of March in consultation with Secretary.

(vii) Preside over the Executive Committee meeting and approval of the minutes.

(viii)Preside over the OSSAP conference.

(a) Visit venue of all the workshops to see arrangement and greet the participants and thank the faculty.

(b) Preside over the Inaugural function of C.M.E. Programme.

(c) Preside over and conduct the Executive Committee meeting.

(d) Preside over the Inaugural function of OSSAP conference and present the Presidential address during the Inaugural function.

(e) Award the Dr. Vyaghreswarudu Medal and Dhanvantari Medals to the recipients.

(f) Chair the Orations, Chair the session of Past Presidents Lecture, introduce the orators and present the medallion/ shawl after the oration.

(g) Preside over and conduct the Annual General Body Meeting.

(xii) Govern the functioning of the office bearers and of all the committees of OSSAP.

(xiii) Approve the Annual Budget of OSSAP submitted by Treasurer and also sanction any funds necessary for the day to day functioning of OSSAP office / Secretarys’ office / other committees.

(xiv) On all issues the verdict of the President shall be final. He shall have the privilege to continue a discussion or ask for a majority vote.

(b) President Elect:

(i) He shall deputize for the President in his absence.

(ii) He shall be the election officer for the OSSAP elections for that year and shall obtain the full list of members of OSSAP from the Secretary. He shall draw up a schedule for elections and get it printed along with information of all vacant posts for which elections shall be due, notice of elections and nomination forms. He shall thereon be responsible for scrutiny of nominations, finalization of names of contestants, printing, distribution, collection of ballot papers and counting of votes. He shall subsequently declare the results in the Annual General Body Meeting.

(iii) He shall advise the President on matters of importance in running the affairs of the Association.

(iv) Prepare a list of activities to be pursued during his forthcoming term as President to maintain continuity.

(v) If requested by the President or if separately invited, he shall attend the CME/ workshop / symposia.

(vi) He may be requested by the President to directly govern the activities of some of the committees of OSSAP.

(vii) Along with Treasurer he shall monitor the collection and expenses of the conference maintained by the organisers of the conference.

(viii) He shall be present during valedictory function of OSSAP conference to take over charge from the President as the next incoming President, by exchanging the Jewels.

(c) Secretary :

There are number of functions enshrined in the constitution for the Secretary which are not repeated here. The following shall be his usual calendar of activities in a year as a fulfillment of the above functions and powers.

(I) Arrange for a meeting of the Executive Committee immediately after the valedictory functions. If it is his first year of office he shall seek guidance from the incoming President and outgoing Secretary on the agenda for the meeting. While assuming the charge, he should collect all the corresponding materials, files, ledgers minutes book and all other records pertaining to the OSSAP and should sign in the registers. Two copies of list of documents handed over should be prepared by the out going secretary and they both (out going and incoming) should sign in presence of the President, and the President should countersign their change of duties.

(II) Shall direct the Joint Secretary to record the minutes of the meeting which he shall later finalise, get it approved by the President.

(III) If it is the first year of office get the minutes of the previous Executive Committee and General Body Meetings for implementation of resolutions carried thereon. Even in 2nd and 3rd year of office this is an important function.

(IV) Correspond with all the Chairpersons of Committees / all others concerned regarding implementation of all the resolutions carried in the Executive and General Body Meetings.

(V) If it is his first year of office, ensure that all documents are properly collected and charge is taken over by him from previous Secretary. These documents may either be deposited in OSSAP office (if not required for day to day functioning) or shifted to the residence of Secretary for future reference for his functioning.

(VI) Attend CME / Workshop / Symposia if invited / send messages for their Souvenirs.

(VII) Prepare a list of all the members of the OSSAP. Finalise a list of Life Members and send the same to President Elect as the Electoral roll for that year OSSAP elections and for the Organising Secretary of the OSSAP conference for the next year.

(VIII) Maintain separate files for all activities of OSSAP and duly file all correspondence for easy retrieval on demand by President/other office bearers.

(IX) Draw up an agenda / get approval of President and circulate to all members of Executive Committee. To attach "agenda notes" if possible.

(X) Prepare all files / papers for the executive committee meeting.

(XI) Receive and maintain a directory of all new applications for membership, letters from members for change of address, correction of misspelt names etc., and provide certificates to life members.

(XII) Attend all meetings along with President/President Elect and maintain proper minutes for future reference and for publication (if needed).

(XIII) Attend the Executive Committee meeting, assist the President to conduct the same, make available all relevant documents according to the agenda and direct the Joint Secretary to record the minutes

(XIV) Give written directions regarding all aspects of the conduct of OSSAP conference to local coordinator/ Organising Secretary to avoid confusions (during the Pre Conference Executive Committee meeting).

(XV) Should correspond with the Secretary of I.O.A. and OASIS and communicate the information received from them to the executive members of OSSAP as and when required.

(XVI) Prepare final minutes, get the same approved and publish (if needed).

(XVII) Publish the Notice of Elections and Nomination form at the appropriate time and post before the stipulated date.

(XIX) Coordinate and arrange for a meeting of Central Committee forOSSAP CON for finalisation of Venue, Scientific Programme etc.

(XX) Draw up a list of Award winners for that year including Fellowships and inform the winners, that they would receive the award during the Inaugural function of the ensuing OSSAP CON.

(XXI) Inform Honorary members and OSSAP CON organisers for free registration of the former.

(XXII) Monitor, preparations for OSSAP CON of the same year as well as early preparations of OSSAP CON of subsequent year

(XXIII) Draw up agenda for the Executive Committee meeting/Annual General Body meeting and get the approval of the President.

(XXIV) Circulate the notice, agenda and agenda notes to all executive committee members.

Send the following to the organisers of the conference

(a) Recent passport size photograph.

(b) Message for Souvenir.

(c) Secretarys’ Annual Report for Souvenir

(d) Request for setting up a temporary OSSAP office in prominent place in venue of conference along with details of requirements.

(e) Details of various official functions of OSSAP during OSSAP conference along with requirements for the same.

These are as follows:-

1. C.M.E. programme Inauguration.

2. Counting of ballot papers.

3. Executive Committee meeting.

4. Inauguration of Main Conference.

5. Orations.

6. Valedictory function.

7. Executive Committee meeting

8. Arrange for and carry out all functions noted above during OSSAP conference. The Secretary should remain for maximum period in OSSAP Camp Office to enable members to register their problems during OSSAP conference.

9. He has to prepare final minutes of the Executive Committee meeting, get the same approved by the President and present the same in the AGM. During the inaugural function he shall have to coordinate with local organisers and the Joint Secretary especially during the presentation of awards along with the above he shall govern the OSSAP office.

10. To supervise the preparation of the silver and gold medals to be awarded during that year.

(d) Treasurer: His duties are enshrined in the constitution. Based on these the following shall be his calendar of activities.

(i) To attend the Executive Committee meeting after Valedictory function, study the proposed budget for the next year and get approval of the President for disbursement of funds for the next quarter. This shall include the following:- 1. Instalment for running of Secretary’s office and printing of the News Letter (if any). 2. Other miscellaneous expenditure.

(ii) To keep an account for all subscriptions received for Life Membership and Associate Membership. To interact with Secretary and prepare a list of all new applications for membership for ratification in next A.G.M. (Throughout the year.)

(iii) Prepare the accounts of the Association and get the same audited in March/April. The duly audited accounts should be presented in Executive Committee meeting.

(iv) Submit the Income Tax returns on behalf of the Association after the accounts are audited. (Make recommendation for the appointment of auditors as the case may be ).

(iv) Submit the Income Tax returns on behalf of the Association after the accounts are audited. (Make recommendation for the appointment of auditors as the case may be ).

(iv) Submit the Income Tax returns on behalf of the Association after the accounts are audited. (Make recommendation for the appointment of auditors as the case may be ).

(v) A copy of the auditor’s report and the accounts of the association should be sent to the Organising Secretary of the next OSSAP conference for printing in the souvenir of the conference or in the news letter (if published separately). Provide funds to the President Elect for the conduct of OSSAP elections.

(vi) Write to all office bearers and chairpersons seeking budgetary requirements for the next year.

(vii) Prepare a tentative budget for the next year for presentation in Executive Committee meeting during OSSAP conference as well as the AGM, and also submit a report of expenditure during the year.

(viii)To ensure that the audited accounts of previous year are published in the Souvenir or Newsletter (if any)

(ix) To carry out any other duty that may be assigned to him by the President/Secretary.

(x) Along with President Elect shall monitor the collection and expenses of the conference maintained by the organisers of the conference.

(e) Joint Secretary :The Joint Secretary shall function with directions from the Secretary. He shall be responsible for day to day functioning of the OSSAP office. His duties shall include the following:

(i) Control over the duties of the Executive Secretary (when appointed) other office staff, librarian, attender etc.

(ii) To record the minutes of all executive and general body meetings.

(iii) The minutes of the meeting shall be written by the Joint Secretary under direction of Secretary. Wherever possible exact language of the resolution shall be taken down. The proceedings of the meeting shall also be tape-recorded for future reference and clarifications.

(v) To maintain a record of all awards of OSSAP. To get various medals, mementoes, certificates prepared for OSSAP awards during OSSAP conference Inaugural function and to supervise the same during the function along with the Secretary.

(vi) To help the Secretary with maintenance of all OSSAP records and retrieve them as and when required.

(f) Executive Members of OSSAP :The Executive Committee members representing various zones shall be responsible for informing the secretary of activities in their zone, help in enrolling OSSAP members from their zone and render advise and suggestions to the Secretary for better functioning of the OSSAP. They will hold the office for term of 3 years they are eligible for re-election after a clear gap of 3 years.

(g) Executive Members of OASIS :The Executive Committee members representing various zones shall be responsible for informing the Secretary of OASIS and the Secretary of OSSAP about the activities in their zone, help in enrolling OASIS members from their zone and render advise and suggestions to the Secretary for better functioning of the OASIS. They will hold the office for term of 3 years and they are eligible for re-election after a clear gap of 3 years.

(a) Election Officer:

The President Elect shall be the election officer for the year of his office. He shall maintain the highest degree of integrity in the conduct of this solemn duty.

(b) Schedule of Elections:

The President Elect shall build up a schedule of elections in consultation with President and Secretary.

(i) Last date for nomination forms to be sent along with announcement of election - 20th May

The (ii) Last date for receipt of - 15th June nomination papers by election officer

The (iii) Last date for informing - 1st July list of contestants

The (iv) Last date for withdrawal - 15th July

The (v) Last date for despatch of ballot papers - 31st July

The (vi) Last date for request for duplicate ballot - 10th August papers

The (vii) Last date for receipt of ballot papers - 25th August

The President Elect shall build up a schedule of elections in consultation with President and Secretary.

* The contestants should be a life member of OSSAP and his nomination should be seconded by two life members of the association. The contestants should give an under taking that he will abide all the rules framed by the election officer.

* The Representation of disputes regarding election process shall be entertained only within one month of the official declaration of results in the Annual General Body Meeting.

* If any executive member desires to contest for the second term or for any other post, he should resign the post he is holding and can contest for the elections. He should submit his resignation to the President of OSSAP.

orthopaedic SURGEONS SOCIETY OF ANDHRA PRADESH (A.P. Chapter of Indian orthopaedic Association)NOMINATION FORM

Contestant

I, Dr.......................................................................... bearing the permanent Life

Member Ship .................. wish to contest for the post of ........................................................ for the

year 2006 - 2007. My date of birth is

................................................................. as per the records. The nomination is

proposed by two Life Member of OSSAP. Kindly accept my nomination. I will

abide by the rules as given in the by laws and framed by the election officer.

Date Signature

The proposer and seconder should not propose or second any other

contestant otherwise the nomination will be disqualified and rejected.

Proposer

I, Dr. ...................................................................... Life Member of OSSAP (Life Member Ship No. ...........................) propose the name of Dr. ...................................................................... for the post of ............................................ for the year 2006-2007.

Name of Address of the proposer Signature :

Date :

Seconder

I Dr. ...................................................................... Life Member of OSSAP (Life Member Ship No. ...........................) second the name of Dr. ...................................................................... for the post of ............................................ for the year 200 -200 .

Name of Address of the proposer Signature :

Date : -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

Returning Officer

Certified that the contestant, proposer and seconder are Life Members of OSSAP, and the nomination was filed with in the stipulated time.

The nomination of Dr. .............................................................................. of ....................... town has been accepted for the post ....................................................... of OSSAP for the year 2006-2007.

The nomination is rejected. The reasons for rejection are

DateSignature of Returning Officer

MODEL BALLOT PAPER

THE orthopaedic SURGEONS ASSOCIATION OF

ANDHRA PRADESH

ELECTIONS 2006

Ballot No.

Name of Election Officer Sig. of Election officer

............Cut here !.

....................................................................................

**OSSAP ** ELECTIONS 2006 **

President Elect (one post every year) Put (X) against the Candidate

Name of Contestants Place

1. ..........................................................

2. ..........................................................

3. ..........................................................

Secretary (one post every 3 years) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Joint Secretary post (one post every 3 years) (reserved for twin cities) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Treasurer (one post every 3 years) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Executive Members (3 posts every 3 years one from each zone) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Executive Members of OASIS (3 posts every 3 years one from each zone) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Please do not put any other mark on this paper. Do not sign.

PROFORMA OF IDENTITY SLIP

orthopaedic SURGEONS ASSOCIATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH IDENTITY SLIP ** ELECTIONS 200

I, the undersigned member of The OSSAP hereby declare that the enclosed voting paper is my sole ballot paper for this election of the OSSAP to be held in (year of election)

1. Life Membership No. :

2. Name :

3. Permanent Address:

(With pin code & telephone Nos.)

(Signature)

PROFORMA FOR MAIN ENVELOPE

orthopaedic SURGEONS SOCIETY OF ANDHRA PRADESH

ELECTIONS 200

Ballot No.

To

From

Name & address of

President Elect &

Election Officer

PROFORMA FOR ENVELOP ’A’

(Size of envelope ’A" should be smaller than main envelope)

orthopaedic SURGEONS SOCIETY OF ANDHRA PRADESH (A)

To

From:

Name

Life Membership No.

PROFORMA FOR ENVELOPE ’B’

(Size is roughly postcard size)

orthopaedic SURGEONS SOCIETY OF

ANDHRA PRADESH

(B)

BALLOT PAPER ONLY

Please do not put any paper/letter/cheque/identity slip inside

Ballot papers shall be sent under certificate of posting to all life members (membership number wise) record of this shall be maintained by elections officer and produced on demand as proof of such posting. The record of number of the ballot paper sent to individual members shall also be maintained alongside (The top of the ballot paper bearing the number shall however be torn off before final counting of votes to maintain secrecy of the elections. During this period the record books shall not be opened.

PROCEDURE FOR VOTING

You have a numbered ballot paper, an identity slip and 2 envelopes, a larger envelope marked A and a smaller envelope marked B.

Please follow the under mentioned procedures carefully to avoid cancellation of your valuable vote. Put ’X’ mark against the name of your choice in the box provided against the name of the candidate in the ballot paper. The ballot should not carry any other mark. Put ’X’ mark for only the candidates you wish to elect as mentioned depending upon number of posts.

Keep this paper in the smaller envelope marked ’B’ and seal it. Only the ballot paper is to be kept in this envelope and nothing else. Fill the identity slip (Absolutely essential) Keep this identity slip and the smaller envelope marked ’B’ containing the ballot paper in the bigger envelope marked A. Seal the envelope marked ’A’ and affix the required postal stamp preferably under registered post or under postal certificate and post it to the address given in the election broacher. After sealing envelope ’A’ please put your signature across the flap. Please mention your name, membership number on the envelope marked A. (Absolutely essential). Last date of receipt of the ballot paper to the election (presiding) officer is ............... Collection of ballot papers by candidates or their representatives should be strongly discouraged. Please post the ballot yourself for free use of your franchise. Request for duplicate ballot papers should be sent only by members (not by contestants) by fax, e-mail to the Election Officer. Use of two or more ballot papers by same member will invalidate all of them.

CIRCUMSTANCES FOR INVALIDATION OF VOTES

(i) A member who has used more than one ballot paper.

(ii) Putting a signature on ballot paper.

(iii) Putting any mark on ballot paper apart from mandatory (X) in the box provided.

(iv) Putting more (X) marks than number of vacancies against each post.

(v) If no identity slip accompanies the Envelope ’B’

(vi) If identity slip does not bear authentic signature of the member.

(vii) If the Envelope ’A’ does not carry signature of member across the flap after being sealed.

(viii) If envelope ’A’ does not carry Name, Membership Number.

Procedure for receipt of ballot papers by election officer

The election officer shall maintain a date wise record of all ballot papers received by him. Ballot papers shall be received only by post or courier services. Only ballot papers of members from same city as Election Officer shall be entertained by hand delivery.

The election officer should be in a position to detect any duplicate voting by a member by use of original and duplicate ballot papers. He should also be able to provide zone wise statistics of votes polled.

Procedure for counting of ballot papers:

The counting of ballot papers will be carried out under the supervision of election officer on the day of the CME programme.

The following facilities will be required.

(a) A large hall to seat 5-10 persons.

(b) A long big table.

(c) Large Cardboard cottons - 5 Nos.

(d) Deep rectangular plastic trays 10-15 Nos or as per requirement.

(e) Pair of Scissors - 4 Nos.

(f) Flat metallic rulers - 4 Nos.

Medium sized writing pads as per requirement. Drinking water/ tea/coffee/snacks, etc. will be provided by organizers, may have to be served as leaving the premises would be difficult for participants in the counting. All these arrangements and facilities are to be provided by the conference Organising Secretary on the day of CME in a hall near the main conference venue. The Election Officer shall request few senior OSSAP members to help in the counting process and to maintain discipline. Only one representative of each contestant will be permitted into the counting hall. He will give the statistics of ballot papers sent, ballot papers received, number of undelivered ballot papers received, etc. The Envelope "A" shall be opened with the help of volunteers confirming name, members signature, membership no., envelope "B" in it. Identity slip with Envelope "A" shall be kept in separate box and all envelope "B" shall be put together. The envelope "B" shall be opened and all the ballot papers collected in one box. Separate boxes will be used for ballot papers for executive members from difference zones. The top portion of the ballot papers bearing election officer’s verified signature and ballot number shall be noted and torn, off. Separate slips for various posts like President Elect / Secretary / Treasurer shall be torn off and kept in separate boxes meant for ballot papers for each post. Teams shall be divided for counting of ballot papers for each post. Each team shall be headed by one senior OSSAP member nominated by election officer. Small boxes/trays for separation of ballots polled by each candidate (depending upon number of candidates for each post) shall be kept with each table for each post. The box containing all valid votes for that post shall be taken by the senior member who shall drop the ballot paper in the trays according to name of candidate after calling his name from the ballot paper for benefit of the representatives and an official counter of votes (Volunteer). Counting shall be maintained against each candidates name by one vertical stroke. Four vertical adjacentstrokes and a pen stroke across, crossing the previous four shall make up 5 votes. The total numbers of votes polled shall then be counted. The senior member shall make a note of all votes polled on a sheet paper supplied, seal it in an envelope after putting his signature and hand it over to the Election Officer.All documents (envelopes) identity slips ballot papers, slips carrying ballot paper number shall be preserved and kept in locked suitcases by senior members conducting the elections and handed over to Election Officer.

The Election Officer shall oversee all these arrangements and get signature of all representatives that they are satisfied with the procedure for counting of votes.

(a) A large hall to seat 5-10 persons.

(a) A large hall to seat 5-10 persons.

PROTOCOL FOR ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS FOR STARTING FELLOWSHIPS / AWARDS etc.

(a) Naming of activity: The activity shall bear the name of the Association along with that of the sponsor along with the specific nature of the activity.

(b) Donations : Donations shall be received towards the academic fund of the Association and shall be put under fixed deposit in the name of the activity. 75% of interest from the corpus fund shall be utilised for the activity each year while the rest shall be added to the corpus. This interest amount may be awarded to one member or split between 2 or more members. No award may be given if no suitable application is received for that year.

(c) Amount of Donations: Donations for any one activity like fellowships/awards/orations/etc. under normal circumstances should be at least Rs. 1 Lakh for starting a new activity. This shall however be subject to modification under exceptional circumstances.

(d) Purpose of Donation : Donations shall be accepted only for academic purposes with no commercial liabilities for the Association.

PROTOCOL FOR ACCOUNTS OF THE ASSOCIATION

(a) Sources of income and revenues for increasing the same: The following shall be the sources of income for the Association for its activities.

(i) Interest from Fixed Deposits.

(ii) Subscription from Life Members and Associate Members. Subscription from life member shall be put in F.D.R and only interest shall be utilised.

(iii) Payment from Savings of OSSAP conference (10% of the total collections).

(iv) Donations from life members and philanthropic organisations for academic purposes and building fund.

(b) The Secretary shall submit a tentative budget to the Treasurer for the full year. This shall include expenditure on all correspondence, the Secretarys’ stationary, Internet and telephone, postage and other expenses in running the office. This shall be passed by the President and dispersed to the Secretary in 3 monthly installments. The Chairpersons of various subcommittees shall also submit similar budget proposals to the Treasurer at least one month before the OSSAP conference. The Treasurer shall submit a consolidated budget for the coming year in the Executive Committee meetings during OSSAP conference for discussion and acceptance. Allotment of funds under various heads shall be made in the Executive Committee meeting.

(c) Expenditure statements:- It is mandatory for all officials of the Association to maintain proper account of all expenditure made by them in the name of OSSAP. These shall be submitted along with original receipts for payments made for OSSAP activities.

(d) Appointment of auditors:- Auditors shall be appointed by the executive committee on the recommendation of a committee consisting of the President, Secretary, Joint. Secretary and Treasurer for a period of 3 years. Their term shall commence from 1st of April of one year to the 31st of March next year (Financial Year of the Association). Audit meeting shall be carried out in April. The certified audited accounts shall be presented in the ExecutiveCommittee meeting by the Treasurer.

PROTOCOL FOR APPOINTING OF NEW COMMITTEES FOR VARIOUS ACTIVITIES

Selection of Activity:

(Proposals for any new activity may be brought up for discussion and approval in the Executive Committee by the members of the Executive Committee or by members of the Association through letters to the Secretary. The Secretary, in consultation with President, President- Elect and two immediate Past Presidents shall short list such proposals for discussion and acceptance in the Executive Committee meeting.

Appointment of Chairperson of the Committee :

The Executive Committee, on approval of constituting a committee shall appoint a Chairperson. The Chairperson of a committee, should ideally be a member of the Association.

Term of committee:

The term of each Committee shall be for 3 years which can be extended for one more term. No chairperson shall function in same post for more than 6 years.

Specification of activity and presentation of regular reports of progress of the activity:

Chairperson shall delegate duties to the members of the Committee. Quarterly report of each Committee shall be sent by the chairperson to the Secretary. Such reports shall also be presented by the Chairpersons in Executive Committee meeting whenever requested to do so.

PROTOCOL FOR OSSAP AND ZONE RELATIONS

The OSSAP shall have duly recognised and affiliated local chapters. (e.g. The North Andhra orthopaedic Surgeons Society ) The local chapter shall be recognised and will function under the rules of affiliation. The affiliation shall be granted after the chapter applies through President and Secretary on a standard form. A list of all members of the local Chapter shall accompany, such application. The duly completed application shall be submitted to Secretary who shall put the application before Executive Committee for approval following which a certificate of affiliation shall be awarded to the chapter. Such affiliation shall be for a period of 10 years following which a formal application for continuation of affiliation shall be submitted. The Executive Committee shall have the power to withdraw affiliation if the local chapter has not been following the rules of affiliation. On resolution passed by the Executive Committee the Secretary shall issue a notice to the President and Secretary of the chapter to fulfill all obligations of affiliation with intimation to him within 3 months of issuance of such notice. A chapter not complying with such a notice shall stand to be de-affiliated by a resolution in the next meeting of the Executive Committee.

Criteria for Affiliation / Formation of New chapters / City Clubs of OSSAP.

A. Existing Chapters - For affiliation.

Formal Applications to be made to the OSSAP President.

The term of each Committee shall be for 3 years which can be extended for one more term. No chairperson shall function in same post for more than 6 years.

I. List of members of chapter At least 75% should be OSSAP members.

II. Copy of the constitution to be enclosed with the application

III. Regist rat ion of the Chapter with the registrar of societies is essential. (optional)

IV. The Chapter should have a minimum of 20 members.

V. The Chapter should have a PAN/G.I.R No. Income Tax. (optional)

B. Formation of New Chapters

I. Formal application to OSSAP President.

II. Minimal number of 20 members, 75% being OSSAP members.

III. Constitute an ad hoc Committee.

IV. A copy of the proposed constitution which must con firm to the OSSAP constitution should be enclosed with the application.

BIO DATA OF Dr. METTU RANGA REDDY

Dr. Mettu Ranga Reddy born in a simple agricultural family has all his college and medical education through scholar ships. He completed his high school examination at Bolaram high school of Hyderabad and preuniversity course at Nizam College, Hyderabad and Fergusson college, Pune. He had brilliant career and was the best out going student in his Medical training at Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad.

He won the Drake Borckan Medal in 1942, as well as attaining rare honour of being a triple gold medalist in Anatomy, Obstetrics and Surgery. He joined the Army Medical Service in 1942 and served during the Second World War on the eastern front in India.

He left the Army in 1946 and was selected as a candidate for training in the UK as apart of post war reconstruction programme of the Nizam of Hyderabad. He completed M.Ch. from Liverpool in 1950, and his F.R.C.S in 1951. He was an outstanding trainee at Royal National orthopaedic Hospital serving as S.H.O and Registrar. He returned to India in 1954.

He was one of the fifteen founder members of the Association of Surgeons of India to start the Indian orthopaedic Association on 30th December 1954. He worked as orthopaedic Surgeon at Osmania General Hospital and was made Professor of orthopaedic in 1956. He was first in Hyderabad to perform Anterior Spinal Fusion for tuberculosis of the spine. He conceived and planned the Nizam’s orthopaedic Hospital, a 150 bed hospital dedicated to cold orthopaedic Surgery, personally supervising all aspects of its construction.

He was appointed as Chief orthopaedic Surgeon and Superintendent in 1965 and served in this capacity until 1976. He was President of the Indian orthopaedic Association in 1976 . He was appointed as Honorary Surgeon to Indian Armed Forces, a distinctive honour he held for many years. He was President of A.P. Chapter of I.O.A in 1973 and President of I.O.A in 1976. He was founder chairman of The Twin Cities of orthopaedic Association at Hyderabad. He was a Senior Fellow of B.O.A and Emeritus Fellow of SICOT.

He maintained strict discipline and excellent patient care. He was renouned for his sense of humour and for his playful teasing and is remembered with an intense affectionby colleagues, patients and students alike. He retired in 1976 and continued active orthopaedic practice until 1986 when he unfortunately developed paraplegia following spinal surgery at Bangalore by a visiting surgeon from Edinburgh. He died on 20th February 2002 after a sudden cardiac arrest.

Professor. Dr.Vedula Satyanarayana Murthy

Prof.Dr.Vedula satyanarayana murthy was born on 15-2-1951 at kottapeta,east godavari district. He was the 4th son of sri venkata rao garu and smt.laxmi kantamma garu.

His primary schooling was at kottapeta and he admitted in MBBS at Andhra medical college,vizag in 1967,post graduation in orthopaedics at A.M.C.vizag.

He joined as asst.prof of orthopaedics at K.M.C.wgl in 1978 and was promoted as professor of orthopaedics in 1995.

He is a selfless,dedicated,commited orthopaedic surgeon.he used to work in the hospital round the clock.

He trained so many undergraduate students and post graduate students.he is a perfect disciplinarian and true gentleman to the core.

He conducted various polio surgeries,tumor surgeries apart from trauma during his service.

He introduced THR to MGM hospital warangal.he is the person who started Meyers muscle pedicle grafting procedure and produced number of papers in both state and national conferences.

He is a great social worker invoved in R.S.S activities in the town.

He is the first person in the state to do titanium prosthetic hip replacement&pelvic surgery.

He used to attend all national and state conferences and national CMEs at various places and he was awarded the best participant award at indore national cme.

In 2001 ,he was diagnosed with primary hepatocellular carcinoma for which he underwent hepatic transplantation at England.

After returning from england ,he resumed his services and conducted all major orthopaedic surgeries as before.

He expired on 30-03-2003 with pulmonary secondaries.

The students and desciples of Dr.VSN MURTHY garu are conducting CME since 2004 till date and this happens to be IX cme.

In kmc the students are organizing football tournments in his name,they conducting blood donation camps in the name of the great soul.

We salute prof.Dr.VSN.MURTHY garu for his exemplary,commited ,selfless free service for humanity.

OSSAP Best Thesis Award for Post-Graduates

Again in line with presidential theme, OSSAP creates an exciting opportunity for post-graduates of the state: the Annual Competition for the Outstanding Post-graduate Thesis. This competition aims to find the best thesis submitted by an post-graduate, and the first place winner will receive an award of Rs10,000/-. OSSAP initiated this award as a way to recognize the importance of developing interest in original research and quality research methods, which are the key components of academic excellence. The award is given to the student with the outstanding post-graduate thesis. The aspiring candidates have to submit an application, statement of support by their mentor and completed thesis. The finalist will be required to present their work during OSSAP-ICL, the mid-year CME in the last week of August. The jury and awards committee will decide the final winner. The successful winner will receive the award during the inauguration of forthcoming OSSAPCON. The old students of Late Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao, represented by Prof. VV Narayana Rao have donated Rs 300,000/- towards this award and requested to make it an official event in memory of Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao.

OSSAP-Monograph Series

OSSAP has taken an initiative to come out with series of monographs. The OSSAP Monographs are a series of books commissioned by the association with the goal of providing updated information, decision-making algorithms, and surgical techniques on selected orthopaedic problems. Reputed Indian surgeons and internationally renowned experts will share their experience and the latest knowledge in the field through this series. As a first step in this regard, “Biological Treatments in orthopaedic” will the first of its kind monograph from OSSAP. The monograph will cover the theoretical and clinical application of biological treatments with in-depth latest knowledge. Prof. S. Amarnath, will be the Editor-in Chief, Prof. Y. Nageswara Rao and Dr. J Naresh Babu will be the Editors and the sub-editors Prof. AV. Dakshnina Murthy and Dr. Rami Reddy will support them.

District Ortho Club name President Secretary
Guntur orthopaedic Association Dr.V.V.Narayana Rao, Ph No: 999313826 Dr.M.Siva Kumar Ph No: 9885546616
Kakinada orthopaedic Association Dr.Pulla Rao, Ph No: 9848087465, Email : gprao_kkd@gmail.com Dr.A.Srimannarayana, Ph No: 9848642642, Email : drorthosriman@gmail.com
North Andhra orthopaedic Association Dr.Dharma Rao, Ph no: 9848443079 Dr. Partha Saradhi, Ph No: 9440608752, Email : drpardha72@rediffmail.com
Vijayawada orthopaedic Association Dr.M.J.Naidu Dr.Vasu, Korlapudi
Nellore orthopaedic Association
Ananthapur orthopaedic Association Dr.Achyutha Prasad, Ph No: 8500595979 Dr.M.Athmaram, Ph No: 9849012662
Tirupathi orthopaedic Surgeons Soceity Dr.P.Ravi Sankar Dr.D.L.Venkatesh
Kadapa orthopaedic Surgeons Association Dr.Subramanya Rao, Ph No: 9849280568 Dr.Jehangir Basha, Ph No: 8790412295
Kurnool orthopaedic Soceity Dr.Subbareddy, Ph No: 9985480402 Dr.Venkataramana Donekal Tirumala
Rajahmundry orthopaedic Surgeons Association Dr.Vijay Kumar, Ph No: 9849299955, Email : drkurikuri@gmail.com Dr.Aravindam, Ph No: 9849791600, Email : garavindam@yahoo.co.in

OSSAP Short-Term Observership Program: In line with the presidential theme, “Know for Sure & Execute to perfection”, OSSAP proudly announced the introduction of OSSAP Sort-Term Observership Programs (OSSAP-SOP) in various subspecialities of orthopaedics. The Observership program enables OSSAP members to watch, scrub and learn procedures and surgeries; attend patient rounds and teaching conferences for 5 days in various high volume centres with experienced mentors in the state. The program is designed with the help of district orthopaedic clubs / associations. The selection of the candidates is by application process. The successful candidates will travel as team to visit and observe various centres. Single or Shared accommodation will be provided by the local hosts along with Local transport, food and hospitality. Applications are called for sub-specialities of Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy and Spine surgery. The program is designed to kick start in July 2018. The host places offering observerships are Guntur by Guntur Orthopaedic Association, Visakhapatnam by North Andhra Orthopaedic Association and Vijayawada by the Vijayawada Ortho Club. With mutual consent of candidates and the hosting bodies, the date and program will be decided.

OSSAP Best Thesis Award for Post-Graduates: Again in line with presidential theme, OSSAP creates an exciting opportunity for post-graduates of the state: the Annual Competition for the Outstanding Post-graduate Thesis. This competition aims to find the best thesis submitted by an post-graduate, and the first place winner will receive an award of Rs10,000/-. OSSAP initiated this award as a way to recognize the importance of developing interest in original research and quality research methods, which are the key components of academic excellence. The award is given to the student with the outstanding post-graduate thesis. The aspiring candidates have to submit an application, statement of support by their mentor and completed thesis. The finalist will be required to present their work during OSSAP-ICL, the mid-year CME in the last week of August. The jury and awards committee will decide the final winner. The successful winner will receive the award during the inauguration of forthcoming OSSAPCON. The old students of Late Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao, represented by Prof. VV Narayana Rao have donated Rs 300,000/- towards this award and requested to make it an official event in memory of Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao.

OSSAP Best Thesis Award for Post-Graduates: Again in line with presidential theme, OSSAP creates an exciting opportunity for post-graduates of the state: the Annual Competition for the Outstanding Post-graduate Thesis. This competition aims to find the best thesis submitted by an post-graduate, and the first place winner will receive an award of Rs10,000/-. OSSAP initiated this award as a way to recognize the importance of developing interest in original research and quality research methods, which are the key components of academic excellence. The award is given to the student with the outstanding post-graduate thesis. The aspiring candidates have to submit an application, statement of support by their mentor and completed thesis. The finalist will be required to present their work during OSSAP-ICL, the mid-year CME in the last week of August. The jury and awards committee will decide the final winner. The successful winner will receive the award during the inauguration of forthcoming OSSAPCON. The old students of Late Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao, represented by Prof. VV Narayana Rao have donated Rs 300,000/- towards this award and requested to make it an official event in memory of Prof. M. Ram Mohan Rao.

OSSAP-Monograph Series: OSSAP has taken an initiative to come out with series of monographs. The OSSAP Monographs are a series of books commissioned by the association with the goal of providing updated information, decision-making algorithms, and surgical techniques on selected orthopaedic problems. Reputed Indian surgeons and internationally renowned experts will share their experience and the latest knowledge in the field through this series. As a first step in this regard, “Biological Treatments in Orthopaedics” will the first of its kind monograph from OSSAP. The monograph will cover the theoretical and clinical application of biological treatments with in-depth latest knowledge. Prof. S. Amarnath, will be the Editor-in Chief, Prof. Y. Nageswara Rao and Dr. J Naresh Babu will be the Editors and the sub-editors Prof. AV. Dakshnina Murthy and Dr. Rami Reddy will support them.

New committees: To streamline the procedures in OSSAP, three committees were constituted to look into the respective issues and report to the EC. The president, secretary, and one member from EC along with a co-opted chairman will constitute the committee. The Scientific & Program committee, chaired by Prof. S. Amarnath, will frame the guidelines for conduct of OSSAPCON and will act as the central co-ordinating committee and work with local organizing committee. The Awards committee, chaired by Prof. AV. Dakshnina Murthy, will frame the guidelines and criteria for various awards and act as a central selection committee. The constitutional committee headed by Prof. Sathyadev will review various issues rose due to state re-organization and suggest necessary amendments for the consideration of EC.

OSSAP research award: As proposed in the previous EC meeting, fundraising towards this award has been initiated. Vasu organics have donated Rs. 50,000/- towards this award and they have promised to fund the Award for 3 consecutive years. President, Prof Y Nageswara proposed that we should have 2 awards Rs. 25,000/- each to encourage the applications. EC unanimously agreed. It was decided to search for the other sources of funding.

OSSAP - Prof. M Rammohan Rao

Dr. Rama Mohan Rao was born into an Ayurvedic doctor’s family to Late Dr. Ramaiah and Meenamma on March 24, 1942 in Kavali, A.P. He went to Zilla parishad high school, Jawahar Bharathi College in Kavali. Inspired by his Grandmother Ramamma and father, Dr. Ramaiah he pursued a career in medicine. Later his brother-in-law Dr. G. Ethirajulu, who was the First Orthopedic surgeon from Guntur /A.P., inspired him.

He was a master clinician, mentor and educator spent his entire career at Guntur Medical College, M.B.B.S., (1966), D.G.S, (1969), and M.S (Ortho) 1979. He was married to Dr. Sobha Mohan on February 5 1971. Now she is a Retired Principal and Superintendent of Guntur medical college and affiliated Government General Hospital. Together they had a son (Pavan) and daughter (Madhavi) who are practicing medicine in the U.S.A.

He started as an Assistant Professor in 1977 and promoted as a Professor in 1984.He retired on March 31, 2000 as H.O.D of Orthopedics at Guntur Medical College. After superannuation, he was appointed by Government of Andhra Pradesh as a Nodal officer in the rank of a director to coordinate CME programs. After retirement, he worked as a Professor and H.O.D of Orthopedics at NRI medical college until March 2012.

Due to his strong passion for medical education, he trained more than 100 orthopedic surgeons who celebrated his lifelong teaching at his retirement ceremony. He always felt that his role as a clinical and life mentor was his proudest achievement. He conducted multipurpose camps for physically handicapped people that are first of its kind and issued about 50,000 physically handicapped certificates and transport concession certificates at various places across the Guntur District.He conducted polio camps at Government General Hospital were thousands of physically handicapped patients were treated and rehabilitated.

He received multiple honors and awards for his exemplary teaching and clinical services from Guntur Medical College, Government general hospital and Government of A.P. He served at Indian Orthopedic association (AP chapter) as President for two consecutive times from 1998 to 2000 and as an executive council member. He was a member of A.P medical Council for two terms. He was president of Civil Surgeon association consecutively for three terms.

He was president of Government Doctors Association Guntur branch from 1999 to 2000. He was a panel member of Permanent Lok adalat 2007 to 2009. He served as the chairperson of Guntur orthopedic Association and Guntur medical college students Association.

He did several presentations at regional and national conferences about implant analysis, IOA conference in New Delhi 1989,;OP biopsy technique in the musculoskeletal Tumors IORAS 1990; role of Jess in finger injuries APIOA Vizag; Muscle flaps compound fracture APIOA Vizag; Poly trauma role of orthopedic surgeon Oration in 1999 , Osteolytic lesions-survey-1982 at Hyderabad.

He has four brothers and three sisters who are in India and United States. He has three grandchildren. He passed away peacefully on March 19 2018 surrounded by his loving family.

OSSAP Outreach Program

As the local district orthopedic associations are the soul of OSSAP, it was decided to increase the interaction between the district bodies and OSSAP. To achieve this, the procedure of integration local district bodies with OSSAP has been initiated. A social media group consisting of OSSAP EC members and office bearers of district bodies has been started to increase the ease of communication. Dr J Naresh Babu, Secretary OSSAP set mailers to all the office bearers requesting them to officially integrate with OSSAP. Many district clubs have already completed the process of integration.

OSSAP-ICL, the Mid-Year CME

The executive body has unanimously decided to have an annual midyear CME. It is conceived to be a theme based one day CME. A proposal has been received from Guntur orthopedic Association (GOA) to host the CME. The topic proposed was “Comprehensive Instructional Knee Course” during the last week of august.The CME will focus on all the topics including, trauma, arthroscopy and arthroplasty. Prof VV Narayana Rao, President GOA will be the organizing chairperson and Dr M Sivakumar; Secretary GOA will be the organizing secretary for the meeting. The venue proposed was GMCANA auditorium, Guntur Medical College, Guntur.

OSSAP Short-Term Observership Program

In line with the presidential theme, “Know for Sure & Execute to perfection”, OSSAP proudly announced the introduction of OSSAP Sort-Term Observer ship Programs (OSSAP-SOP) in various subspecialties of orthopedics. The Observer ship program enables OSSAP members to watch, scrub and learns procedures and surgeries; attend patient rounds and teaching conferences for 5 days in various high volume centers with experienced mentors in the state.The program is designed with the help of district orthopedic clubs / associations. The selection of the candidates is by application process. The successful candidates will travel as team to visit and observe various centers. The local hosts along with Local transport, food and hospitality will provide single or shared accommodation. Applications are called for sub-specialties of Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy and Spine surgery. The program is designed to kick-start in July 2018. The host places offering observer ships are Guntur by Guntur-orthopedic Association, Visakhapatnam by North Andhra orthopedic Association and Vijayawada by the Vijayawada Ortho Club. With mutual consent of candidates and the hosting bodies, the date and program will be decided.

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