From: Virendra Swarup [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 06 March 2010 03:48
To: Kamboj Chander
Subject: Re: SOME OF THE EMAILS RECEIVED FROM MEMBERS - "REPORT MY SIGNAL" - EMAIL 099/2010 - 05 MAR 2010 (H to Z)
Dear Gen Renjen,
Kindly refer your mail relating to online registration of IESM members circulated by Report My Signals.
In my considered view this is a retrograde step denying online registration which is really the easiest way and in conformity to the technology available. No doubt, the data entry has to be done centrally. The membership number should be only allotted after the confirmation from the bank of the respective checks. And that too, after the checks are credited in the bank. The data entry of membership has to be monitored and supervised and kept in secured custody. Nobody should be able to have access to membership registry other than those authorized. The completed registry of membership can be accessed online by members on pdf format which, I understand, cannot be tampered easily. This can be further secured by IP professionals. So where is the chance of someone tampering the data entry? And, in any case, on periodical audit if any error is noticed which can be corrected and those responsible for misconduct, if at all, can be dealt with suitably at later stage.
In the light of aforesaid, I feel, you may if you will, take views of IESM members and review your decision...
With warm regards,