Governance & Good Practices

mukti annual meeting

The governance structure of MUKTI promotes transparency and accountability. MUKTI Cox's Bazar has a General Committee (GC) of 31 members. The GC is the highest policy-making body and meets annually to formulate policy, approve the budget and review previous activities. The GC elects 10 members to the Executive Committee (EC) for a period of two years. Our Executive Committee consists of highly distinguished professionals, activists and entrepreneurs. EC members assist in carrying out the organizations activities as well as make decisions on the future direction of MUKTI Cox's Bazar and areas for expansion. We have 7 members advisory committee for the period of two years. The committee members are distinguished professionals. The Chief Executive is sole responsible for implementing approved programs or projects.

Executive Committee

  • Professor Someswar Chakravorty, President, Retired Govt. College Teacher
  • Dr. Bimal Kanti Chowdhury, Vice President, Ophthalmologist and Rotarian
  • Mr. Ratan Das, General Secretary, Social worker and sports personality
  • Mr. Babla Paul, Assistant General Secretary, Accounts professional
  • Mr. Asit Kumal Paul, Member, Social activist and Teacher
  • Dr. Misbah Uddin Ahmed, Member, Assistant Professor of Community Medicine
  • Mrs. Masuda Musheda, Member, Social activist and Teacher
  • Mrs. Jebunnesa, Member, Social activist and College Teacher
  • Mr. Dulal Kanti Chakraborty, Member, Retired Govt. Officer and Social worker
  • Advocate Ranjit Das, Member, Lawyer and Social activist

Advisory Committee

  • Swami Shaktinathanada Maharaj, Chief Advisor
  • Dr. Protima Paul Majumder, Advisor
  • Major (Rtd.) Doctor Akter Ahmed ( Bir Protik), Advisor
  • Dr. M. A. Hossain, Advisor
  • Advocate Sujit Chowdhury, Advisor
  • Advocate Shibulal Debdas, Advisor
  • Sree Sontosh Sharma, Advisor

Staff Council

There are 421 regular, part-time and project staffs for implementing different programs and decisions of Executive Council. Of them 330 are female and 91 are male. The female and male staff ratio is 78:22. The Chief Executive of the organization has been performing as chief of the staff council. The staff council of the organization is administered by the approved rules (e.g. service rules or Human Resource Manual), and decisions of the Executive Council & management council.

We have our own Gender policy. Following this Gender policy since the year 2004 Gender equity, more and active participation of women in decision making have been increased. We have gender committee to ensure gender as mainstream of all the programs of our organization.