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The Constitution And Bylaws

Description Like many historical shrines, the sacred shrine of Sri Takhat Patna Sahib is governed by certain constitutional by laws. The present tract is a manual of these by laws governing body and day to day administration functions are governed by this constitution. It defines the eligibility for the governing body members, its tenure, electoral process, powers and duties of office hearers etc. It helps in the smooth functioning of this shrine[edit]
Keywords Management Control, Name of Committee, Electoral Roll, membership, Internal auditors, Stock Register, Sacred Articles, Gurpurbs, Gurdwara Money, Employees, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000752
Year 1998
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Prabandhak Committee Sri Takht Harimanderji, Patna Sahib
Custodian G.S. Lamba, Jalandhar
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         44
 
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