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We shall now describe the process whereby the plan of the process is effective.

which is supposed to mean:

We shall now describe the process through which the plan of the process has the intended effects.

The process has the same effects as the plan of the process in the end.

Is this alright or any mistake? Why is it not correct?
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Okay but what about "We shall now describe the process whereby the plan for the process is effective"?
It really doesn't mean much to me. It sounds like your talking round in circles.
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Yeah, it does sound like I am talking round in circles. I was just wondering if it was technically correct.
I never know how to answer that question. "Technically correct" as in "doesn't violate the rules of grammar"? Yes. It is technically correct. So is Sleeping winged possums grow tabletops in their ears. So being grammatically correct doesn't always help with communication.

Is it:

Natural? No.

Understandable? Barely

Good style? Absolutely not.
AlexandreAnother We shall now describe the process whereby the plan of the process is effective.
It does seem circular, as GG has said.

Suppose you say, "We shall now desribe the process whereby the plan may be put into effect." The process already resides within the plan, and would therefore be unable to influence the plan from without.

We suffer here from a lack of precise definitions of your terms, which seem to strive for elegance without attaining it. They lack integrity, especially as they interrelate with one another.
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Thank you for your help. You have been truly helpful.
Someone told me that "is effective" is incorrect and suggested me to replace it with "is effected". Would you agree with him? Why?

We shall now describe the process whereby the plan is effected.
That's what I meant by "put into effect." It's a rather esoteric use of "effect," but it makes a lot more sense than your original. There's still the problem of the relationship between the process and the plan.
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I think he is wrong however:

We shall now describe the process whereby the plan is effective

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We shall now describe the process through which the plan produces the intended effect(s).
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We shall now describe the process through which the plan is implemented

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We shall now describe the steps to take through which the plan is fulfilled.

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We shall now describe the steps to take through which the plan is fulfilled.

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We shall now describe the process through which the plan produces the intended effect(s).
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I don't think they mean the same thing.

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