Teacher ² Shahed Rahman

Minutes y Known as protocols. are the instant written record of a y y y y y meeting or hearing Describe the events of the meeting List of attendees Issues considered by the participants Related responses Decisions for the issues .

the meeting can be audio recorded or a group's appointed or informally assigned y Secretary may take notes. .Minutes y Minutes may be created during at the meeting y By a typist or court recorder. Alternatively. who may use shorthand notation and then prepare the minutes y Issue them to the participants afterwards. with minutes prepared later.

minutes begin with the name of the y y y y y body (e. . date. The minutes then record what was actually said at the meeting Either in the order that it was actually said or in a more coherent order Primary function of minutes is to record the decisions made All official decisions must be included. list of people present.Format y Generally.g. and the time that the chair called the meeting to order. a committee) holding the meeting Place.

. or that a person arrived late (or left early) at a particular time. his or her typed (or printed) name. y Minutes are sometimes submitted by the person who is responsible for them (often the Secretary . if a particular aspect of an issue was considered. y The minutes may end with a note of the time that the meeting was adjourned.Format y Minutes typically include whether a report was presented y A legal issue was discussed (such as a potential conflict of interest)." (though this is no longer common) followed by the officer's signature. and his or her title. y The traditional closing phrase is "Respectfully submitted Respectfully submitted.not the typist) at a subsequent meeting for review.

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