Students’ Scientific Society is governed by its own Bylaws. They define SSS as a student activity and regulate its structure and activities within the community, as well as all its credential and internal processes. The SSS Bylaws provide extensive details on the functioning of the orgnisation along with regulations on meetings, memberships, decision-making procedures, work of the Team of Officials, reporting schemes, financial management, and much more.
SSS bylaws can be amended at both September and March General Assemblies.
The General Assembly is a grand meeting composed of all members of the SSS. It is the highest authority and decision-making body of the Society. Every full member has one vote at the General Assembly meetings. The other categories of members are admitted to the meeting but have no voting rights.
All SSS publications and external representation has to comply with the SSS Corporate Identity, included in the Bylaws.