11. (1) There shall be not more than ten Senior Fellows of the Institute who shall be appointed by the Board from persons who have attained eminence in the fields of diplomacy, international relations, international economics, political science, defence, international security, international law and strategic study.
(2) A Senior Fellow shall hold office for a term of three years on such conditions as the Board may determine and shall be eligible for reappointment.
(3) A Senior Fellow shall advise and assist the Institute in the formulation and conduct of plans and projects for research, training and other activities.
(4) A Senior Fellow who, except for unavoidable reasons to be intimated in writing to the Director-General, fails to attend three consecutive meetings of the Senior Fellows convened by the Director-General shall cease to be such Fellow, if the Board so decides.
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