The Annual Report of The Indian Committee of the District Charitable Society Calcutta
In 1832 the question of more effectively administering relief to the Non-Christian poor of Calcutta was considered and a Committee called the Native Committee" consisting of Indian gentlemen only was set up for that purpose the Central Committee of the District Charitable Society itself continuing to look after the adminitration of relief to the Christian poor of Calcutta. [...] The Central Committee of the District Charitable Society also pays to the Indian Comittee a portion of the grant made to them by the Goverment of Bengal and a share of the grants made to it by the"( 4 ) Royal Calcutta Turf Club. [...] Location of the office of the Indian Committee.— The office of the Indian Committee continued to be located free of rent in a portion of the Jorasanko Rajbati No. [...] Kumar Rajendro Narain Roy the Honorary Secretary read the Annual Report and then placed the Accounts of the Committee for the year 1940 before the meeting. [...] The Committee should also approach the Indian Mercantile Comunity through the four Indian Chambers of Commerce viz : the Indian Chamber the Bengal National Chamber the Marwari Chamber and the Muslim Chamber of Commerce.
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|Statement of Accounts||15-18||unknown|