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Minutes Writing for History Students of VOC COLLEGE Thoothukudi

Minutes Writing for History Students of VOC COLLEGE Thoothukudi

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  • In the heading you write name of the company
  • Details of the meeting when and where
  • Name of the members who are present for the meeting
  • List of members who are absent for the meeting
  • The issues to be discussed in the meeting is presented here based on the priorities
  • After discussing agenda they make a final decision. That decision is recorded
  • What agenda they are to discuss in the next meeting is written

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  • 14-02-2011 II BA History Minutes Writing Continued Good Afternoon All
  • Minutes Writing
  • MINUTES WRITING
    • It is the record of what happens in a meeting in words
    • It helps in resolving issues
    • It helps as a guide for the progress of a firm
    • It is an authentic record
    • The word minutes is used in plural form
  • Minutes consists of:
    • Time
    • Date
    • Place of meeting
    • List of Attendance
    • Agenda
    • Name of the person writing minutes
    • Decisions taken
    • Future action plan
    • Time Limit
  • FORMAT OF MINUTES
    • Heading
    • Name, Date, Place
    • Members Present
    • Members Absent
    • Agenda
    • Decision Taken
    • Agenda for next meeting
  • 1.Heading
  • 2. Name Place and Date
  • 3. Members Present 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  • 4. Members Absent 1. 2. 3.
  • 5. Agenda 1. 2. 3. 4.
  • 6. Decision Taken 1. 2. 3. 4.
  • 7. Agenda for next Meeting 1. 2. 3.
  • 1.Heading 2. Name Place and Date 3. Members Present 1. 2. 3. 4.Absent. 5. Agenda 1. 2. 3. 6. Decision Taken 1. 2. 7. Agenda for next Meeting 1. 2.
    • Lake Resorts
    • 4 pm 17 th August 2010
    • Members Present
    • Akash Kumar
    • Sunil Verma
    • Joseph Thomas
    • Abdul Hameed
    • M. Alfred Jebaraj
    • Christina Lara
    • Daphne
    • Mala
    • Absent: L. Srinivasan and Anuja, K.
    • Agenda
    • 1. Managing revenue loss
    • 2. Salary Demand
    • 3. New Business
    • Decision Taken
    • 1. Cutting unnecessary expenses
    • 2. Reducing the allowances
    • 3. Increase in salary after 3 months
    • 4. Starting New business next year
    • Agenda for Next Meeting
    • 1. Review of financial status
    • 2. Expansion of Business
  • Minutes Writing Guidelines For Business Meetings
  • Heading and agenda
    • The top of the page should carry the document title
    • Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Directors
    • Under the title indicate the date, time and location of the meeting
    • This information should be easy to read
    • The agenda is another useful bit of information that should be easily
    • seen
    • It will give you a quick idea of what went on in the meeting
  • Record the Attendees
    • Indicate who is and who is not attending the meeting
    • Some boards require indications of why members are absent
  • Reports
    • Record the reports under different categories
    • Record who raised major issues
    • Record who proposed or seconded any motion
    • Also record who voted for and against
  • Discussions
    • Record discussions of any ongoing project
    • Record new proposals and announcements
  • Next meeting
    • Record the date of the next meeting 
    • Record the move to adjourn
    • Make note of the votes for and against
  • Tips for Writing Minutes
    • Identify what the meeting is about. 
    • Use the agenda to format the minutes
    • The note taker should not be a participant
    • Keep your minutes brief and to the point
    • Attach any documentation given out at the meeting
  • Effective Minutes
    • Should be precise
    • Should not be biased
    • Should be clear
    • Records should be maintained properly
    • Relevant documents should be attached
  • More Exercises Later