The Annual General Meeting or General Assembly is the highest organ of the Chamber. It holds at the end of every financial year of the Chamber and sometimes extend to about three months constitutional grace period. The major tasks of the Annual General Meeting include:
i. The responsibility of electing the officers of the Chamber.
ii. The responsibility of considering the annual reports of the President in Council and the Treasurer including the statement of affairs of the Chamber’s accounts duly audited.
iii. Duly approving the audited accounts of the Chamber and appointing external auditors for the ensuing year.
iv. It delegates the responsibility and powers to formulate policies for the effective management of the Chamber to the Executive Council.