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Ar. Rajinder Singh Sandhu elected as Chairman of Indian Institute of Architects, Patiala Center

Patiala, February 12, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Ar. Rajinder Singh Sandhu today elected as Chairman of Indian Institute of Architects, Patiala Center that held at Rajendra Gymkhana Club, Patiala.

The other office bearers of the organisation, elected included Vice Chairman Ar. Amandeep Singh, Honorary Treasurer Ar. Lokesh Gupta, Jt. Hon. Secy. Ar. Rakesh Arora, Executive members Ar. Indu Arora, Ar. Sanjeev Goyal, Ar.Munish Sharma, Ar. Rajnish Walia and Ar. Sangeeta Goyal.

It is worthwhile to mention that Indian Institute Of Architects is the premium body of Architects, which controls the Architectural practice and education in India.

It was Established in 1917 and it has a wide network of Chapters and Centers throughout India and its head office is in Mumbai The election process is held after two years. This time it was held at Rajendra Gymkhana Club where 40 Architects attended this meeting.

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