Skip to main content

Purushottam declared elected


Purushottam Khandelwal decalred elected. He secured 638 first preference votes. is excess votes of 375 will now be distributed based on the second preference votes.

The excess distribution of Purushottam is now very important and make the picture more clear. I understand Viksh Jain will be the highes beneficiary of this distribution. Once the distribution in done, Vikash Jain will achieve the quota and will be declared elected. So it is now clear the second to be elected is Vikash Jain.

In my understanding, the Vikash Jain's excess will also be distributed and it will go to third level. This is surely going to take lots of time and it is sure to have this whole night spent in the counting process.

The biggest surprise is the Hiren D Shah. Everyone expecting him to cross 200 votes as first preference, but hard luck.  But he is still in race. The elimination from Bhaumil, Murtuza and all others in his panel will make him stronger and he looks like to manage to get in managing committee.

So at this moment, here is the status:

Elected:
Purushottam Khandelwal

Sure to Win:
Vikash Jain
Aniket Talati

Sure to Loose bad luck to them:
Murtuza Pulavwala
Sonal Dave 
Bhaumil Patel

Rest all are in the race and waiting for the distribution of excess of Purushottam.

Comments

  1. Anonymous11:42 PM

    Sir, at what time we can expect for next update?

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

What do you think about this? Please write your comment.

Popular posts from this blog

INSPECTION MANUAL OF STOCK, BOOK DEBTS & SECURITIES

CONTENTS SR. NO. CHAPTER PAGE NO. INTRODUCTION STOCK & RECEIVABLES AUDIT VERIFICATION OF STOCK & DEBTORS PROCEDURE OF STOCK AUDIT VERIFICATION OF SECURITIES ANALYTICAL REVIEW INTERNAL CONTROL QUESTIONNAIRE STOCK b) BOOK DEBTS LIST OF DOCUMENTS TAKEN AS WORKING PAPERS SPECIMEN INSPECTION REPORT SPECIMEN MANAGEMENT REPRESENTATION LETTER CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION: Banking is an important sector of the economy of any country and for the development of the economy a healthy banking system is a must. After the liberalization of the economy, the banking system has undergone a total change in India. There is hard competition in the banking industry to survive in the current circumstances. With the purpose to have better financial discipline & to ensure uniformity in accounting norms RBI introduced the concept of assetclassification & income recognition as per the recommendations of Narasimhan Committee. It was also suggested to classify the advances given by banks into Performing & Non Perfor…

Excel Add-in to convert amount in figures to words by Premal

Gentlemen:
AmtInWords.xla is attached to this mail. It is an MS Excel Add-in written by me to convert amount available in figures to words.
Installation
Copy the attached file to the folder where excel stores the add-ins. (To know where excel stores the add-ins, open any workbook, click on Tools - Add-ins - Browse)
Then open an excel workbook. Click on Tools - Add-ins - Browse - Give the path to this Addin - Ok
Usage
You can use the functions AmtInWords and AmtInWordsUS in any worksheet. The syntax is:
=AmtInWords(decimal number/cell reference, [currency code])
=AmtInWordsUS(decimal number/cell reference, [currency code])
Examples follow:
=AmtInWords(10000000)
=AmtInWords(123456.77)
=AmtInWords(C4)
=AmtInWordsUS(B3) ' Shall give the amount in millions (US format)
=AmtInWordsUS(B3,"USD") ' Shall give the amount in millions (US format) and in US currency (Dollars)
=AmtInWords(C4,"GBP") ' Shall give the amount in lakhs and in UK currency (Pounds)
Notes
The system shall N…

A Complete Guide to sections 54 & 54F Exemptions - T.V. GANESAN CS

A Complete Guide to sections 54 & 54F Exemptions T.V. GANESAN CS If an individual transfers any long-term capital asset and plans to reinvest the sale proceeds in a new residential house property then he would be eligible to claim exemption under sections 54 and 54F of the Income-tax Act, 1961 subject to fulfilment of certain conditions. In the last couple of years there has been a phenomenal increase in the sale of properties resulting in capital gain including but not limited to the land owners giving the land to the developers and entering into Joint Development Agreement, receiving more than one flat from the builder and yet avoiding capital gains tax. In this article the author has enumerated various decisions and judgments of the Tribunals and the High Courts which have liberally interpreted the provisions of the Income-tax Act and extended the capital gains exemptions to the assessees. Introduction 1. Out of the various investment options available, investment in real estate …