under the Rules “Rules for the Grant of Land Revenue 1935” under the Land Acquisition Act 1884 headed by Financial commissioner (Secretary Revenue)
In the name of ALLAH the Most
Beneficent, the Most Merciful
KASHMIR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT MUZAFFABAD
1ST Basic Management Course
Department of Agriculture
Sponsor DS: Mr. Abdul Sattar Khan
HISTORY OF THE ORGANIZATION
Under the Rules of Business 1985 Schedual-I The AJ&K Board of
Revenue is the highest Court of Appeal and Revision in Revenue cases in
the State of Azad Jammu & Kashmir. It is the controlling Authority in all
matters related to the collection of land Revenue, Administration of the
land, preparation and maintenance of records and any other matter relating
thereto. The Board of Revenue is vested with general superintendence and
control over all other revenue officers in the state.
Source: Rules of Business 1985 Schedule-I 2 (i) (iii) & (xii) & 3 (i)
1948 as Revenue Department of AJK under the Rules “Rules for the
Grant of Land Revenue 1935” under the Land Acquisition Act 1884
headed by Financial commissioner (Secretary Revenue)
Board of Revenue established 1993 under the AJK Board of Revenue
Act 1993 by integration of nine departments. Headed by SMBR.
Mangla Dam Affairs
Source: Merger of Certain Departments with the BoR .nt.dt 9-12-1992
RELEVANT LAWS GOVERNING THE
AJK BoR Act 1993
Constitution of BoR (Nt. Dt. 9-12-1992
AJK BoR (conduct Meeting ) Rules 1993
AJK BoR (conduct Appeals and Revisions) rules 1993
Merger of Certain Departments with the BoR . Nt.dt 9-12-1992
Delegation of Powers BoR. Nt.dt 9-12-1992
AJK BoR Divisional and district Magistrate Service Rules 1993.
AJK Regularization of Notour and Grant of Khalsa Land Ordinance
The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Land Acquisition (Amendment) Act,
2011 (II of 2011) (Deputy Commissioners given powers as District
FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT
Collection of Land Revenue under Land Revenue Administration
Revenue field staff, District and Divisional Establishment matters
connected with their Transfers, etc,
Compulsory acquisition of land.
Settlement and re-assessment.
Rehabilitation of refugees.
Evacuee property, its allotment,
Relief and Rehabilitation of LOC affected persons.
Mangla Dam Affairs.
Colonization and disposal of state Lands; Transfer of state land
from one Department to another Department
Computerization of Land Records
1. DIRECTORATE OF LAND RECORD
Preparation of Periodical Land Revenue Record.
Evaluation of Record of Rights and other Land Record.
Printing and distribution of Land Record forms.
Establishment of Patwar Schools and selection & training of candidate
Patwaris.(not present )
Maintenance of record regarding Land Revenue receipts and other fees
Computerization of Land record(started at Dadyal, Dhirkot and Hattian)
Administration of Evacuee property.
Control & Management of Evacuee Funds.
Grant of Proprietary rights to the allottees.
Disposal of revision petitions under rehabilitation laws.
Service matters except those vested in S &GAD.
INSPECTORATE OF STAMPS
INSPECTORATE OF STAMPS
Printing storage and distribution of Stamps.
Inspection of Govt. treasuries and preparation of reports.
Scrutiny of Stamp Duty.
MANAGEMENT AND STYLE OF AJK BOARD OF
As under the Service Rules 1985 S&GAD Applies for
recruitment and Transfers
Non Gazetted: 1468
ADMINISTRATIVE SET UP
Mangla Dam Affairs
Custodian Evacuee Property
Commissioner Mangla Dam
Director Land Record
Chief Inspector Stemps
1. Revenue Academy
Settlement Commissioner working as exofficio Director.
2. Mian Muhammad Bukhsh
Public Library Mirpur.
3. AJ&K Land Commission
Chairman Land Commission (ex-officio)
4. AJ&K Transport Authority
Chairman (Presently addl. Charge with
Secretary Sports, Youth & Culture)
5. Revenue Foundation
DISTRICT WISE DETAIL OF LAND/ AREA AZAD
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Name of District
Detail of Land/ Area
II. FINANCIAL RESOURCES (CURRENT YEAR BUDGET)
Budget (Rs in millions)
Board of Revenue
Land Record Settlement
Kashmr Revenue Academy
II. FINANCIAL RESOURCES INCOME & RECEIPTS
FOR THE YEAR 2012-13
Copies of the documents
IV. TECHNICAL RESOURCES
• Established in 2008 at Muzaffarabad by funding of “Asian Development
• The aim is to prepare Officers & Staff to ensure better service delivery
and redressal of public grievances.
• It has conducted Revenue Training Programs for under training Revenue
Officers (ACs, EACs, Tehsildars & Naib Tehsildars) and Refresher
Courses for Revenue Officers and Staff.
• Training Programs include Land Settlement and a sufficient knowledge
of Land Laws.
• Number of Revenue Officers & Staff trained so far is 491.
• Project was closed on June 2010, but keeping in view the need and worth
it is now being run from the Land Commission Funds.
Division-wise Detail of Revenue/ Acquisition
Cases(1995 to date)
Decided Under Total
BoR and all attached Departments
Office and Residential accommodation, including Patwar
Monitoring and Evaluation System not effective
Disposal of Revenue and Acquisitions cases are very slow
Wastage of Land Commision fund
Settlement of 65 villages of Chamb still pending
style and management operations
Very old method of record keeping
Very meager Funds for Printing of Forms.
Budget deficit (Rs. 1,13,65,500/- are to be paid to Govt. Printing Press).
Not functioning closed due to lack of funds
Monoply of Patwaries, bribery, political interference, patwaris has
hired their own munshies and private clerks who are involved in
Having said all the above functions, management , operations and
and physical resources of the BoR , it can be
concluded that the Revenue Department is one of the important
department of the state. It faces a lot of pressure and interaction with
civil society. The management style of the department seems multifuntionary and lack in human, physical, financial and technical
resources. The modus operandi at gross root level especially by
patwaris is outdated. Lack/insufficient patwarkhanas is the other
obstacle that hamper the smooth functioning of the department.
• A Special Revenue Magistrate should be at each District to hear the land
Disposal of Revenue/Acquisition cases to speed up the cases
• Provision of office and residential accommodation especially to Patwaris,
• Establishment of Patwar Schools
• Provision of funds/Developmental funds for capacity building
• Settlement of 65 villages of Chamb
• Preparation of fresh Land Revenue Record for left over areas.
• Computerization of Land Revenue Record in whole state of AJK.
• Strengthening of Revenue Academy as a quality Training Institution.
• A Complaint Cell headed by the Additional Deputy Commissioners
with representation of Civil Society
• M&E system should be more effective
• Revenue of Land(Malia) sould be restored that will generate more
receipts(income generation to the State
• Land Commission fund should be deposited in State Deposit Head
• Kalsa Sarkar Land situated in Town areas etc should be auctioned
in stead of lease grant,(income from this auctioned should be used
for welfare of people)
• No Patwari should keep private clerk / Munshi, in case of failure,
action under AJK (Efficiency & Discipline) Rules, 2011 shall be
initiated against the concerned Patwaris
• The Patwaris discretionary powers should be ceased by installing
Rates of Taxes on the Notice Board in the offices of Patwari,
Tehsildars and Sub – Registrars as well as Additional Assistant
Commissioners (Revenue) in the Districts for awareness of the general