IOM Vs Circular - Memo Format
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IOM Vs Circular - Memo Format

manjali Started The Discussion:

Hi everybody.

NEW YEAR WISHES TO U ALL
I would like to know the difference between Interoffice Memo and Office Circular.
at what time is the Inter office memo being given and at what time is the circular issued in the office.
Is IOM and Circular have the same relevance and can these be issued by ppl at any level.
Also send me the formats of both.

Rgds
Manjali

MANMAKER - Member Since: Feb 2007
hi Good daY! Kindly note below ponits Circular- New empolyees joining, Holidays annoucement,transfer,termintion,etc IOM- warning letters ,day to day chages b/w dept to dept ,et attched copy Raghav


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L.Kumar - Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear Sender
Circular and or IOM are depend upon the situation, the communication between person to person or dept. to dept of organisation will be communicated either in IOM or circular format.
Regads
L.Kumar

Sevel Krishnan - Member Since: Dec 2007
Inter office memo is the format used for sending communications among the branches. Circular is the one where you communicate your message to everyone in the organization or for a particular department/section. Separate letter-heads are printed for Inter Office Memo.

bajre - Member Since: Jul 2007
I give below the definition given in Office Procedure of GOI.
Office Memorandum - This form is generally used for corresponding with other departments or in calling for information from or conveying information to its employees. It may also be used in corresponding with attached and subordinate offices. It is written in the third person and bears no salutation or supersession except the name and designation of the officer signing it.

Office order - This form is normally used for issuing instructions meant for internal administration, e.g., grant of regular leave, distribution of work among officers and sections, appointments and transfers, etc.

Notification - This form is mostly used in notifying the promulgation of statutory rules and orders, appointments and promotions of gazetted officers, etc. through publications in the Gazette of India. The composition of the gazette, the types of matters to be published in each part and section thereof, the instructions for sending the matter for publication therein and for sending copies thereof are indicated in Appendix 11.

Circular - This form is used when important and urgent external communications received or important and urgent decisions taken internally have to be circulated within a department for information and compliance by a large number of employees.

Neha kalra - Member Since: Jun 2008
Can you please help me in how to write a warning letter for uniformed leaves to the employees???

samantraj - Member Since: May 2008
Hi Neha: See if the Warning Letter format attached is of use to you. I got this downloaded from CiteHR itself. Cheers Samant Raj


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jyoti.knp@gmail.com - Member Since: Mar 2009
dear sir/mam, i want a requirement inter office memo format, requirement like goods official items etc. i request you please send me as soon as. regards jyoti

Prabhusivasankar - Member Since: Aug 2012
Immediately i need requisition letter for duplicate document from other department section head , which was lost by me in office

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