From "niket_sinha" : Hi Everyone, I would like to know exact difference between the Office Order, Circular & Notice. Please help me to provide the clarity amoungst above three words. Regards, Niket
14th January 2010 From India, Jamshedpur

Dinesh Divekar 3715
Dear Niket,
Office Order: - issued by competent authority. Office order contains instructions related to office works, change of working hours, instruction on closed holidays, message by senior authorities when they take over some organisation, promotions etc. Office orders are issued periodically like every Monday or on every 1st of month etc. The sequence of the information is pre-decided.
Circular: - An advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution. It need not be issued by competent authority but generally it is issued by officers or managers. Circulars are for specific purpose or event like meeting, or any other event.
Notice: - A sign posted in a public place as an advertisement. When Govt authorities issue some communication, it is also called as notice e.g. notice by labour officer.
Dinesh V Divekar
14th January 2010 From India, Bangalore
abuhrd 11
Re: Difference between Office Order, Circular & Notice
Dear Niket,
Office Order: in short, an office order has an element of "order" passed by the issuing authority intended to be followed by the target group of viewers concerned.
Circular:There is no order of any authority. It is just an information about some rules, regulations or routine process of circulating some information to intended viewers for being aware about the same.
Notice: This is also a kind of circulation of some information about an event/occurence which has already occured or is going to occur within in a short period.The retention time of a notice is generally short.
16th January 2010 From India, Calcutta
rajusiachen 21
"Office Order" is mandatory of compliance by all. "Circulars" is an information for all. "Notice" is an advisory for all! Rajusiachen
10th July 2013 From India, Coimbatore
To be part of this and many other peer to peer discussions, Register at CITE which provides insights into real world issues and fosters community support and learning.
Disclaimer: This network and the advice provided in good faith by our members only facilitates as a direction towards the actions necessary. The advice should be validated by proper consultation with a certified professional. The network or the members providing advice cannot be held liable for any consequences, under any circumstances.

About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network