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Structure of OSIS for SMA and SMP and their Duties (Complete)

Student Council Structure

Intra-School Student Organizations or commonly abbreviated as OSIS are organizations that exist in schools and consist of students in grades 1 and 2. The organization is under the auspices of a formal educational institution called a school which is useful for advancing schools and also running all school activities, especially in August competitions and other similar things.

OSIS members are required to always be active and creative in terms of advancing school activities, especially during competitions, heroes’ days, certain events and other activities that can increase students’ experience and knowledge. There are many examples for activities that can add insight such as the schedule of speech practice activities, flag ceremonies, imtaq activities and others.

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The formation of the new OSIS chairman and members is usually elected through a democratic system held by the old student council members. Usually it will be done by members when they are about to go to class, and on average the student council president is a second grade student consisting of first and second grades later.

So, in order for the OSIS program to run smoothly as expected, a good and correct OSIS organizational chart or structure is needed.

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OSIS organizational structure (click photo to enlarge)

OSIS Management Structure

  • Principal as chairman
  • Deputy Principal as vice chairman
  • Teachers as members are at least 5 people and change every year

Student Council Supervisor Duties

  • Responsible for all management, coaching, and development of student councils in schools
  • Provide advice to class representatives and administrators
  • Attend student council meetings
  • Validate class representative membership with the Principal’s Decree
  • Approve and inaugurate the OSIS management with the Principal’s Decree
  • Directing the preparation of the OSIS budget and work program
  • Conducting an evaluation of the implementation of OSIS tasks

Class representative

This section is usually referred to as the Class Representative Assembly or the Class Consultative Assembly (MPK). You need to know that the position of this body is higher than the student council chairman and plays an important role as student council policy supervisor.

Consists of two people from each class, and in charge of:

  • Represent the class in class representative meetings.
  • Propose activities to be made on the OSIS agenda.
  • Propose candidates for OSIS management based on the results of class meetings.
  • Choose the OSIS administrator from the list of registered candidates.
  • Assessing the accountability report of the OSIS management at the end of the year of office.
  • Responsible for all tasks to the Principal as the Head of the Trustees.
  • Together with the board of directors, prepare the Bylaws.

OSIS Administrator Requirements

  • Taqwa to God Almighty.
  • Have good manners and manners towards parents, teachers, and friends.
  • Have talent as a leader.
  • Not involved in the use of drugs and other illegal drugs.
  • Have the will, ability, and adequate knowledge.
  • Able to manage time as well as possible, so that study time and student council activities can be managed properly.
  • Administrators are nominated by class representatives.
  • Not currently sitting in grade 3, because he will face the final exam.
  • Other conditions are adjusted to school regulations.

Manager’s Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement a work program in accordance with the Articles of Association or the OSIS Bylaws.
  • Always uphold the good name, honor, and dignity of the school.
  • OSIS management leadership is collective.
  • Submit an accountability report to the Student Council Supervisor and a copy to the Class Representative at the end of his term of office.
  • Always consult the coach.

Structure and Details of Manager’s Duties

The Daily Management of the Class Deliberative Council, consisting of;

  • Chairman of the Assembly
  • Deputy Chairman of the Assembly
  • Assembly Secretary

Chief’s Duties

  • Lead the organization well and wisely.
  • Coordinate all management apparatus.
  • Establish policies that have been prepared and planned by the management apparatus.
  • Lead the meeting.
  • Establish policies and make decisions based on deliberation and consensus.
  • Evaluate the activities of the management apparatus.

Deputy Chief Duties

  • Together the chairmen set the policy.
  • Provide advice to the chairman in order to make decisions.
  • Replace the chairman in his absence.
  • Assist the chairman in carrying out his duties.
  • Responsible to the chairman.
  • The vice chairman together with the deputy secretary coordinate the sections.

Secretary Duties

  • Provide advice to the chairman when making decisions.
  • Assist the chairman in chairing the meeting.
  • Broadcast, distribute and store letters and archives related to the implementation of OSIS activities.
  • Prepare reports, letters, meeting results and evaluation of activities.
  • Together with the chairman sign each letter.
  • Responsible for the orderly administration of the organization.
  • Act as a note taker at the meeting, or be submitted to the deputy secretary.

Duties of Deputy Secretary

  • Actively assisting the implementation of secretarial duties.
  • Replace the secretary if the secretary is unable to attend.
  • The deputy secretary assists the vice chairman in coordinating the sections.

Duties of the Treasurer and Deputy Treasurer

  • Responsible for and know all income and expenditure of money / expenses.
  • Make proof of receipt of each income and expenditure of money for accountability.
  • Responsible for inventory and treasury.
  • Submit financial reports on a regular basis.

Student Council Section Tasks

  • Section of Faith and Faith in God Almighty
  • Section for Noble Character and Noble Morals
  • Section for Superior Personality, National Insight and State Defense
  • Section for Academic and Non-Academic Achievement according to interests and talents
  • Section for Democracy Education, Political Education, Environment, Sensitivity and social tolerance in the context of a heterogeneous society
  • Section of Creativity, skills and entrepreneurship
  • Section of Physical Development, quality of nutrition and health
  • Section for Literature and Culture
  • Section of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • Section for Communication in English and other Foreign Languages

Actually, if it was explained in full it might be even longer, so here we summarize what is needed and what is important. We have taken some of the articles above from references on the internet, so we summarize them as best we can so that readers can understand them. I hope this osis organizational structure can be useful.