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Final list of elected candidates from WIRC

So finally, it's final. Here is the list of our new regional council members:

Congratulations!!

Position
NAME OF CANDIDATE
Votes
1
 SAVLA PRITI PARAS- MUMBAI
1681
2
 CHITALE SUSHRUT MUKUND- MUMBAI
1681
3
 KHANDELWAL PURUSHOTTAM LAL- AHMEDABAD
1681
4
 DESAI DRUSHTI RAHUL- MUMBAI
1681
5
 ALSHI RAKESH GANPAT- MUMBAI
1681
6
 KELKAR ABHIJIT JAYANT- NAGPUR
1681
7
 GADIA MANISH R- MUMBAI
1681
8
 TALATI ANIKET SUNIL- AHMEDABAD
1681
9
 SABOO KAMLESH- THANE
1681
10
 SHARMA UMESH RAMNARAYAN- AURANGABAD
1681
11
 MUNDADA SATYANARAYAN GOVERDHANLAL- PUNE
1681
12
 JAIN SANDEEP KAILASHCHAND- MUMBAI
1681
13
 SHINAGARE SHILPA BABASAHEB- MUMBAI
1681
14
 SHAH SHRUTI JAYESH - MUMBAI
1635
15
 AGARWAL VISHNU KUMAR - MUMBAI
1624
16
 SHAH PRIYAM RAMESHBHAI- AHMEDABAD
1623
17
 SHAH HARDIK PRAVINKUMAR- SURAT
1568
18
 AGRAWAL PRADEEP KANAIYALAL- VADODARA
1500
19
 JOSHI SARVESH NANDLAL- PUNE
1484
20
 BAJAJ LALIT LAXMINARAYAN- MUMBAI
1473
21
 KULKARNI VIKRANT MURLIDHAR- NASHIK
1449
22
 AGARWAL BALKISHAN - SURAT
1323


Comments

  1. I AM PROUD ON YOU DEAR SISTER SHRUTI VEERA AS YOU AGAIN ELECTED WIRC ELECTION WITH THE GRACE OF OUR SADGURU SHRI ANIRUDDHA BAPPU
    CONGRATULATIONS AND ALL THE BEST FOR THE SAME
    HARIOM SHREE RAM AMBADNYA

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  2. I was just wondering about the time the counting took for such procedure of election. It was almost 5 days for final WIRC list to be available. How many CA-hours are wasted in such counting ? Can we not have any automated software for such counting ? Can we not have EVM for such election procedure ? If not, why do we continue over years with same procedure ? Does it in any way provide better Council ? Let's all consider new method of election with new Council and save on time of many CAs.

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