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HINDU RELIGIOUS & CHARITABLE ENDOWMENTS DEPARTMENT

           The management and control of the temples and the administration of their endowments is one of the primary responsibilities of the State . A number of measures have been undertaken prior to the year 1925 for efficient control and supervision of the administration of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments. In the Act 1 of 1925, the Government constituted " Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Board" consisting of a President and two to four Commissioners nominated by the Government to function as a statutory body. Subsequently, Act 1 of 1925 was repealed by the Act 2 of 1927, which was followed by several modifications up to the year 1951. In order to streamline Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Board, a Special Officer (Thiru. R.V. Krishna Iyer ) was appointed in the year 1940.

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The Special Officer recommended that the Government may administer Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments instead of the Board. The non-official committee appointed in the year 1942 under the Chairmans Thiru. P. Venkataramana Rao Naidu, a Retired Judge of High Court of Judicature, Madras recommended among other things that it would be advantageous to convert Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Board into a Government administration. Accepting the above recommendation, the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1951 was enacted provincialising the administration of the Hindu Religious Institutions. Comprehensive amendments have been made to this Act and Tamilnadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act XXII of 1959 came into force with effect from 1st January 1960. With a view to oversee the administration of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments in a proper manner, it was decided in the year 1991, that Religious and spiritual leaders should be involved in the proper maintenance and administration of the Hindu and Jain Temples and Charitable Endowments adding that their suggestions and guidance should be obtained regarding the administration of Charitable Endowments. Accordingly, many amendments were brought into the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959.

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Vouchers and Receipts

VR
100%

Hundial

Hundial
100%

MISC DEMAND Register

MDR
100%

Investment Register

IR
100%

Deposit Register

DR
100%

LOAN Register

LR
100%

Cash Book and Ledger

CBL
100%

Sales of Ticket Verfication

STV
100%
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Cheif Audit Officer(CAO)
19
Deputy Cheif Audit Officer(DY.CAO)/Regional Audit Officer(RAO)
26
Assistant Audit Officer(AAO)
230+
Total No Of Staffs
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TNHRCE Head Office

Tamilnadu, INDIA
Phone: +04428334114
Email: cao@tnhrce.com