Statute of the Centre for the Intellectual Development of Children and Adolescents
Article 1- The Centre for the Intellectual Development of Adolescent Children shall be established as a state-owned company affiliated to the Ministry of Culture and Higher Education and shall be managed in accordance with the provisions of this Statute and the regulations related to state-owned companies.
Article 2: The company has the personality of rights and financial independence.
Article 3 - The duration of the company is unlimited.
Article 4 - The centre of the company is Tehran.
Article 5 - The capital of the company is the amount of ten million Rials, consisting of one thousand shares of ten thousand Rials, which has been pledged by the government, and all shares belong to the government.
Note 1- The assets of the company are all movable and immovable assets and securities of the Children and Adolescents Intellectual Development Centre, which are taken within four months and will be transferred to the company after the approval of the General Assembly.
Article 6- The company can establish subsidiary branches with the approval of the general assembly.
Article 7- The purpose of the company is to create the necessary facilities for the intellectual and taste development of children and adolescents and to help their talents flourish based on the values and system of Islamic education and adolescents and to help their talents flourish based on the values and system of education.
Article 8- The general duties of the company are:
A- Establishment of book supply centres and cultural and artistic education for children and adolescents in different parts of the country.
B- Assisting in the development and completion of libraries of mosques, schools, public libraries and other institutions to create sections for children and adolescents
C- Preparation and use of audio-visual means, provision of educational means, production, purchase, distribution and screening of movies for children and adolescents.
D- Establishing mobile librarians to offer books to children and adolescents in rural areas and cooperating with organizations that provide similar services.
E) Contribute to the development and promotion of children's and adolescents' literature by encouraging and collaborating with writers, designers, artists and publishers
C- Production of theatre and holding festivals and art exhibitions for children and adolescents
G- Cooperation with all Iranian and non-Iranian institutions that have similar goals with the centre.
H- Any other measures that facilitate the achievement of the goals of the centre.
Chapter Two - The pillars of the company
Article 9- The company has the following elements:
A. General Assembly
B- Board of Directors and Managing Director
C- Auditor Inspector
Article 10 - The General Assembly is composed of:
A- Minister of Culture and Higher Education
B- Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance
C- Minister of Education
D- Minister Advisor and Head of Program and Budget Organization
C- Head of Radio and Television of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Note: The Assembly will be chaired by the Minister of Culture and Higher Education.
Article 11- The duties of the General Assembly are:
ف A. Determining the general policy of the company
B- Election or dismissal of the members of the board of directors
C- Election of the managing director from among the members of the board of directors
D- Approval of the annual budget of the company
E- Deciding to establish a branch in the country
C- Approving the financial and transaction bylaws of the company in accordance with the regulations related to the approval of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance
G- Approval of employment bylaws based on the employment regulations of state-owned companies with the approval of the Administrative and Employment Affairs Organization of the country.
H- Hearing the annual operations report of the board of directors and the auditor and reviewing the balance sheet and profit and loss account and making a decision regarding them.
I- Deciding on doubtful receivables and uncollectible receivables of the company.
ـ D- Deciding on increasing the capital of the company, in compliance with the relevant regulations.
To consider and decide on other issues that are raised in the General Assembly.
Article 12 - General Assembly meetings normally once a year, once in the first four months
Meetings of the General Assembly are usually held twice a year, once in the first quarter of the year to approve the balance sheet and profit and loss account of the previous year, and in the second half of the year to approve the budget and other matters on the agenda.
Note 1- The meetings of the General Assembly shall be extraordinary and shall be convened on the proposal of the Chairman of the Assembly or the Managing Director or the auditor.
Note 2: The meetings of the General Assembly shall be formalized in the presence of a majority of the members and its decisions shall be valid by a majority vote of the members of the General Assembly. Minimum three votes)
Article 13- The Board of Directors shall be composed of three members who shall be elected on the proposal of the Chairman of the General Assembly for a term of three years and shall divide the tasks of management among themselves. Their re-election is allowed.
Note: The managing director, who is also the chairman of the board of directors, will be selected from among the members of the board directors upon the proposal of the chairman of the assembly and the approval of the general assembly.
Article 14 - Duties and powers of the Board of Directors
A- Approval and implementation of current programs based on the policy and goals of the company
B- Approval of the organization after the approval of the Administrative and Employment Affairs Organization of the country.
D- Reviewing and approving the company's budget for the purpose of presenting it in the general assembly
E- Reviewing and preparing the operations report, balance sheet and profit and loss account of the company for the purpose of presentation in the general assembly.
G- Examining the bylaws subject to this articles of association and other executive bylaws of the company for drafting in the general assembly
Article 15- The managing director is responsible for the executive affairs of the company and is responsible for implementing the decisions of the general assembly and the board of directors, and all matters related to the employment, dismissal and installation of employees are with him. The duties and powers of the managing director are as follows:
A- Representation of the company against natural and legal persons, judicial authorities and all institutions, both domestic and foreign, with the right to choose a lawyer, as well as the right to compromise.
B- Proposing to increase the company's capital to the General Assembly.
Note: The CEO can delegate part of his powers to any member of the board of directors or other employees of the company.
Article 16- All contracts, checks and binding documents of the company shall be valid with the signature of the CEO and one of the members of the board of directors.
Article 17- The auditor of the company shall be elected for one year upon the proposal of the Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance and with the approval of the General Assembly. Re-election is not prohibited.
Article 18. The duties and powers of the auditor are as follows:
A- Reviewing the balance sheet and profit and loss account, report and annual operations of the company and preparing the necessary report and submitting it at least ten days before the meeting of the General Assembly to the CEO to plan in the General Assembly
B- Reviewing the offices and accounts of the company with the notification of the CEO.
C- Performing other duties assigned to the company inspector according to the commercial law.
Note 1- The Board of Directors is obliged to submit the balance sheet and profit and loss account of the company to the auditor of the company for review and comment one month before the meeting of the general assembly.
Note 2: The auditor has no right to interfere in the current affairs of the company.
Note 3: The auditor will perform the duties of a statutory inspector.
Chapter Three - Other Regulations
Article 19- The budget of the company shall be provided upon the proposal of the board of directors and the approval of the general assembly from the following sources:
A- Income from the activities of the company
B- Accepting gifts and cash and non-cash donations provided by institutions and individuals to the company.
C- In case of insufficiency of the mentioned credits, the general credits of the country will be provided to the company through the general budget law of the company.