Chairman Elect – Duties

DESIGNATION: Chairman-elect


TENURE: 1 year, and will assume the Chairman – BOE post, from the next year

The Chairman-elect will be selected by the executive council of the USI, on the basis of invited applications.

Notice inviting applications will be issued in the USI newsletter by the Honorary Secretary – USI, every alternate year around the month of September


• Should be an Urologist of more than 10 years standing, with adequate publications in peer reviewed journals.
• Should be a faculty of more than 10 years standing in MCI recognised Urology training programs of either M Ch., or DNB course.
• Should be a full member of the USI of at least 7 years standing.
• Should not have coexistent USI commitments in the council/as editorial Board Members of the IJU or Chairman sub-committees of the USI.


• Should have a complete knowledge of all BOE policies/processes and activities
• Must be familiar with the AUA/EAU teaching patterns
• Must be familiar with M Ch, DNB teaching and examination patterns
• Should be active in USI/BOE academics
• Should have proven expertise in organising teaching programs


• Should support the Chairman in all activities of the BOE and stand in, during his absence
• Should have a clear schedule of the entire year academic activities of the BOE.
• Should coordinate with BOE members of all zones, and facilitate meetings once in 4 months.
• Must plan and change the format of teaching, based on the feedback received from students/delegates
• Should build a pool of identified and willing faculty for all BOE programs.
• Should participate in all academic programs of the BOE
• Should ensure copies of all correspondence of the BOE, to facilitate a thorough understanding of the working of the BOE.
• Should coordinate all activities of the BOE through the Chairman BOE.
• Shall present to the USI council, the plan and schedule of activities for the ensuing 1 year during the preconference executive council meeting
• Shall assume responsibility of the Chairman BOE, in his absence.