24th FIG General Assembly, Seoul 2001
Appendices



Appendix to item 6.1.2

APPLICATION FORM FOR MEMBERSHIP AS A MEMBER ASSOCIATION

1. Name of association

in own language: Masnavor hanutagroghneri miutyun

in English (if different from above): Association of Private Surveyors

2. Address: 42, Atcharyan street, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

3. Telephone: + 374 1 620 220, + 374 2 614 114

4. Fax: + 374 1 569 170

5. E-mail address: samvel-cadastre@mail.ru

6. Web site: Not available

7. Name of President: Babayan Arayik

8. Administration: Public organization (NGO)

Is the above address the address of the permanent office of the association? If so, please state the name of the chief executive and the number of any other permanent staff members:

The above address is the permanent address of the association. The chief executive of the Association is Mr. Naldjyan Souren. Number of permanent staff members is 4.

9. Date of formation of association: 28.01.2000

10. Objectives and ethics

Please summarize on a separate sheet the objectives of the association and state whether it enforces disciplinary procedures; and enclose a copy of its constitution and rules (including, where applicable, its code of conduct).

11. Routes of entry to membership

Please provide the following information on a separate sheet
The title held by qualified members of the association
The level of academic qualification required obtaining the title
Whether academic training programs to this level are available in your country (if not, please state how and where members obtain their academic training)
What approved professional experience is required on completion of academic training and prior to acquisition of the title
What the requirements are for continuing professional development and whether this is mandatory or voluntary
If the association also admits technician or sub-professional members and, if so, the qualifications required for entry to this grade of membership

12. Members

No. of holders the title:     170 persons (81 companies)
qualified     158
qualifying       12
No. of technician or Sub-professional members  
qualified       23
qualifying       12

13. Specialization

% of qualified members whose principal specialisation is

Hydrography  0 %
Positioning/measurement  60 %
Engineering surveys  10 %
Cadastre/land management 20 %
Spatial planning/development 2 %
Valuation/real estate management          3 %
Construction cost management 5 %

14. Statutory recognition

Is the association constituted by statute? Yes, it is.

Please list on a separate sheet those activities undertaken by your members which are regulated by statute and state whether any or all of these can be performed only by members of your association. If not, please state who else can acquire the title to perform any of the activities.

15. Employment

% of qualified members

Self-employed and employed in private practice             98 %
Teaching 2 %
Employed by government 0 %
Employed in the commercial or other sectors 0 %

16. Subscriptions

Please state the annual subscription payable by each grade of membership.

The annual subscription payable for the membership from the side of each member is nearly US$ 50.

17. Services to members

Does the association publish a journal (if so, please state title and frequency).

Not yet, but the association is currently designing and developing drafts for publishing monthly magazines.

10. Objectives and ethics

Please summarize on a separate sheet the objectives of the association and state whether it enforces disciplinary procedures; and enclose a copy of its constitution and rules (including, where applicable, its code of conduct).

The goal of the Association is the integration of organizations (companies) with the purpose of carrying out the uniform technical policy, increase of the qualification of the work and protecting their interests.

The objectives of the Association are:

  • Preserving of the rights of surveyors;
  • Provision of the assistance for acquisition of the modern technical and technological resources, receiving of the information, processing and dissemination;
  • Provision of the consultations;
  • Provision of the professional help for obtaining the licenses;
  • Organization of training courses to increase the professional qualification;
  • Provide the public awareness and help for distributing the legislative documents, related to specific materials and the top-experience of Association members;
  • The introduction of outstanding technologies into the work;
  • The creation of communication both with International organizations and with similar type of International organizations from different countries;
  • The creation of data bank concerning the professional staff;
  • The advertising of the activity of the Association.

11. Routes of entry to membership

  • The academic training program to this level is organized by the State Committee of Real Property Cadastre of the Government of the Republic of Armenia;
  • Prior to acquisition of the title, no special approved professional experience is required on completion of academic training;
  • For continuing professional development, there is a mandatory requirement for passing the above-mentioned training courses at least once a year.
  • The association admits technician and sub-professional members.

14. Statutory recognition

All the Association members should deal with the cadastral surveying activities, nevertheless they can undertake other activities. The cadastral surveying work can be done not only by the Association members but also from the side of any other surveyor licensed by the State Committee of Real Property Cadastre of the Government of the Republic of Armenia.

Note: The Statutes of the Association of Private Surveyors is enclosed to this application


FIG office

9 March 2001



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