THE BUDGETING IN THE TIRUMALA TIRUAPATI DEVASTHANAMS

Authors

  • S. B. Sowjanya Kumar Research Scholar [SRF] Department of Management Studies, S.V. University, Tirupathi.

Keywords:

Grants, Budget estimates, expenditure, establishment, capital payments, sources of funds

Abstract

The annual exercise of budgeting in TTD means preparation of detailed Roadmap of Requirement of Resources and its efficient use for the achievement of the organizational objectives.  Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, being a Religious institution serving the piligrims of lord Venkateswara and other presiding deities in various Temple  under its fold, is required to ensure efficient and economical usage of its resources under its command. Let we see how the budgeting properly distributed by TTD.

References

I. Dr. Rama Rao, M., Temples of Tirumala Tirupathi and Tiruchanoor, TTD, 1963, P.4.

II. Dr.Rama Rao, M., Temple of Tirumala Tirupati and Tiruchanoor, TTD, 1963, P.5.

III. Ramesan, N. The Tirumala Temple, TTD, 1981, P.15.

IV. Sitapati, P, Sri Venkateswara the Lord of Seven Hills, Tirupathi, -Bharatiya vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, 2001,p.200.

V. Sitapati, P.Sri Venkateswara the Lord of Seven Hills, Tirupathi,-Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, 2001,p.200.

VI. Dr. Rama Rao, M., Temple of Tirumala Tirupathi and Tiruchanoor, TTD,1963, p.8.9

VII. Ramesan, N. The Tirumala Temple, TTD, 1981,p.36.

VIII. Dr. Rama Rao, M., Temples of Tirumala Tirupati and Tiruchanoor, TTD, 1963, p.14.

IX. Ramesan, N. The Tirumala Temple, TTD, 1981,p.40.

X. Ibid.p.454.

XI. Ibid.pp.486,487.

XII. Srinivasa Rao, V.N., Tirupati Sri Venkateswara, Balaji (Origin, Significance and History of the Shrine), op.cit., P.207.

XIII. Ibid.P.1.

XIV. TTD Rules, TTD, Tirupati, 1979,p.3.

XV. The TTD Act 1979, TTD, Tirupati, 1979,p.4.

XVI. Ibid.P.4.

XVII. Dittam means the schedule of articles and other requirements of worship or offering in connection with the daily dupa, deepa, native yam, pachinko, pariarikam and other general special or periodical services, ceremonies of observances in the TTD temples.

XVIII. On the request of the TTD administration, Rajagopalan, an accounts expert and Chief Cost Accounts Officer of the Government of India, had recommended the introduction of double entry system of accounting through the accounts manually prepared by him. The approval of the GOAP was sought for the new accounting system and the sme was given to the TTD by the Revenue Department vide G.O.Ms.No.739 on 24-8-1973. Ultimately, the new accounting system was introduced into the TTD administration from 1-4-1974.

XIX. TTD Accounts Manual (G.O.Ms.No.1060, Revenue (Endowments-I) Department) dated 24-10-1989 and G.O.Ms.No. 311. Revenue (Endowments-I). 1990.

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Published

15-06-2017

How to Cite

S. B. Sowjanya Kumar. (2017). THE BUDGETING IN THE TIRUMALA TIRUAPATI DEVASTHANAMS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(6). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1120