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    THE PRASAR BHARATI (BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF INDIA) ACT, 1990 (25 of 1990)

     
     
     
     [12th September 1990] An Act to provide for the establishment of a Broadcasting Corporation for India, to be known as Prasar Bharati, to define its composition, functions and powers and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
    BE it enacted by Parliament in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:­ Provided that there shall not be less than six meetings every year but three months shall not intervene between one meeting and the next meeting.
    (2) A Member shall be deemed to have vacated his office if he absents himself for three consecutive meetings of the Board without the leave of the Chairman.
    (3) The Chairman shall preside at the meetings of the Board and if for any reason he is unable to attend any meeting, the Executive Member and in the absence of both, any other Member elected by the Members present at such meeting, shall preside at the meeting.
    (4) All questions which come up before an meeting of the Board shall be decided by a majority of the votes of the Members present and voting and, in the event of an equality of votes, the Chairman, or in his absence, the person presiding, shall have and exercise a second or casting vote.
    9. Officers and other employees of Corporation. -(l) Subject to such control, restrictions and conditions as may be prescribed, the Corporation may appoint, after consultation with the Recruitment Board, the Director-General (Akashvani), the Director-General (Doordarshan) and such other officers and other employees as may be necessary.
    (2) The method of recruitment of such officers and employees and all other matters connected therewith and the conditions of service of such officers and other employees shall be such as may be provided by regulations. ...continued
     
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