Role of Village Officer in Kerala Land Revenue Administration.

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Role of Village Officer in Kerala Land Revenue Administration.

  1. 1. KERALA LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT Role Of Village Officers in Revenue Administration.
  2. 2. DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF VILLAGE OFFICERS Custodian of Government lands Representing the Government at Village level Maintenance of Village records Serving and publication of notices Collection of Land Revenue
  3. 3. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESLand Acquisition Local publication of Notifications and Declarations in the locality u/s 4(1) and 6, Preparation of mahazar of the land under acquisition. Ascertaining market value of the land
  4. 4. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESLand Assignment Entry of application in Register No. VI. Preparation of mahazar and site plan Ascertaining of land value Enquiry and report on application for assignment. Publication of notice u/r 12(1) of the Rules, 1964 and u/r 7(1) of the Rules, 1995 Realisation of fees as per A.O Maintenance of Account No.V (Lease account) Report to the Tahsildar, on expiry of period of lease in each case If lease is not renewed on its expiry, report for resumption of the land Arrears of lease with interest to be realized
  5. 5. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESTransfer of Registry: Effecting Transfer of Registry including cases involved Effecting sub divisions, in voluntary action of owners. (R.3)Land Conservancy: Prevent unauthorized occupation in Government land (R.4) In case of encroachment, report in form A (R.4 (ii) In case of unauthorized removal of timber, earth, metal, laterite, sand, lime, shell or such other articles of valuable shall be seized and taken over under custody (R. 4(ii) and report
  6. 6. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESLand Relinquishment Preparation of mahazar and sketch of the land to be relinquished (R. 7)Land tax Collection of Basic tax Enquiry and verification of details in the application for assessment w/r o Revenue records and report (R-6)
  7. 7. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESRevenue Recovery  Realisation of arrears of revenue due on land  Serving of D.N., Attachment notice, Sale notice etc.  Attachment and sale of movable articles  Custody and protection of attached goodsS & B Act Prevent destruction, injury, removal and alteration of any survey mark In case of such destruction, injury, or removal it is to be reported (R.17) Creation of new sub division (R.24)
  8. 8. ROLE OF VILLAGE OFFICERS UNDER DIFFERENT STATUESEscheats and forfeitures In case, any person in possession of any movable or immovable property has died intestate and without any legal heirs, make a report to Tahsildar (R.4)Protection of River banks and regularization of removal of sand Guard against unauthorized removal of sand from the beds and banks of rivers and water courses
  9. 9. CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY TAHSILDARS AND VILLAGE OFFICERS Within the State Under Central Govt./ Force/ Out side State Income certificate V.O. Tahsildar Community Certificate V.O. Tahsildar Community Certificate for SC/ST .. Tahsildar Nativity Certificate V.O. Tahsildar Residence Certificate V.O. Identification Certificate V.O.
  10. 10. CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY TAHSILDARS AND VILLAGE OFFICERS Within the State Under Central Govt./ Force/ Out side State Location Certificate V.O Possession Certificate V.O Relation Certificate V.O Family membership Certificate V.O Domicile Certificate V.O Tahsildar One and the same Certificate V.O Tahsildar Non Creamy layer Certificate V.O Tahsildar
  11. 11. CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY TAHSILDARS AND VILLAGE OFFICERS Widow Certificate V.O Non remarried Certificate V.O Certificate to prove married each other V.O Valuation Certificate: up to Rs.One lakh: Village Officer Above Rs. One lakh: Tahsildar Solvency Certificate: up to Rs. One lakh Village Officer Above Rs. One lakh Tahsildar
  12. 12. VILLAGE ACCOUNTSNumber of Registers maintained in a Village Office: 15 Permanent Registers 2 Temporary Registers 13Number of Accounts maintained in a Village Office: 25
  13. 13. REGISTERSPermanent registers 1. Settlement Register 2. Basic Tax Register
  14. 14. Temporary RegistersRegister No. 1 Register showing the details of Government lands (A supplement registers showing the increase and decrease in extent of land in each year on various Govt .orders also to be maintained)Register No.2 Register showing the details of lands under the control of the Revenue Dept. including poramboke, and the detail of trees standing on itRegister No.3 Register showing the details of Plantations. Basic Register for assessing Plantation TaxRegister No.4. P.V. Register
  15. 15. Temporary RegistersRegister No.5. Register showing the details of land available for assignmentRegister No.6` Register showing the details of application for assignment received, report sent etc.Register No.7 Register showing the details of trees reserved with Govt. in the lands assigned, and conditionsRegister No.8. Register showing the details of Ayacut, assessment of Irrigation Tax etc under each Irrigation schemes
  16. 16. Temporary RegistersRegister No.9. Register showing the details of lands RelinquishedRegister No.10. Register showing the details of land acquired under LA ActRegister No.11. Register of communicationsRegister No.12. Register showing the details of Certificates issuedRegister No.13. Stock Register of Survey Instruments and furniture
  17. 17. ACCOUNTSAccount No.1 Kooduthal kuravu- Account showing the increase and decrease of annual Basis TaxAccount No.2. Pattayamattam-Account showing change of ThandapperAccount No.3. Account showing prohibitory assessment, fine etc. under KLC Act, and its Demand, Collection etc.Account No.4. Account on Land assignment- Demand and Collection of land value, tree value, demarcation charge, arrears of tax etc. in the case of assignment of land
  18. 18. ACCOUNTSAccount No.5. Lease account- Demand and collection of lease amountAccount No.6. Account on LROBT- Demand and collection of miscellaneous account except, Basic tax, LC account, Lease account and Assignment accountAccount No.7. Account on arrears-Arrears of all revenue except Basic taxAccount No.8. Thandapper account- Account relates to all taxable lands including its survey sub division numbers, type of land, name of pattadar, amount of tax, details of remittance in each year
  19. 19. ACCOUNTSAccount No.9. Nalvazhy- Daily cash book showing receipt and remittance of amount under each accountAccount No.10 Tax Collection account- Demand and collection of all taxesAccount No.11. Excess collection account- Collection of tax revenue before it is dueAccount No.12. Thavana Odukku account
  20. 20. ACCOUNTSAccount No.13. Remission and write off accountAccount No.14. D.C.B. accountAccount No.15. Annual Land Revenue accountAccount No.16. Capital account-Account showing the amount of collection on sale of Govt. property
  21. 21. ACCOUNTSAccount No.17. Account showing the amount due under Demand in the coming yearAccount No.18. Account of Receipt booksAccount No.19. Account of interest-Demand and collection of interest charged on arrears of revenueAccount No.20. Account on Irrigation Cess-sowing details of land assessed for levy of Irrigation cess, tax assessed, collection etc.Account No.21. Annual demand and collection of Irrigation cess
  22. 22. ACCOUNTSAccount No.22. Account on Plantation tax- showing details of name of tax payer, particulars of Plantation land, Tax assessed, Amount collected etc.Account No.23. Loan ledgerAccount No.24. Recovery ledgerAccount No.25. Demand and Collection account
  23. 23. POINTS FOR INSPECTION OF VILLAGE ACCOUNTS Whether the Registers are properly up dated then and there Whether Register No.1 is supported by a supplementary register showing the increase and decrease in extent of Govt. land Whether Account No.3 is prepared based on Register No.2 Whether Account No.22 on Plantation tax is prepared based on Register No.3 Whether Account No.4 on Land assignment is prepared based on Register No.5, 6 & 7
  24. 24. POINTS FOR INSPECTION OF VILLAGE ACCOUNTS Whether Account No. 20 on Irrigation tax is prepared based on up dated Ayacut Register (Register No.8 Whether changes were carried out in Account No.1 and 2 with reference to Register No.9 in respect of lands relinquished Whether changes were carried out in Account No.1 and 2 with reference to Register No.10 in respect of lands acquired under LA Act Whether Account No.3 is up dated with reference to Register No.1 and 2 in respect of fine, prohibitory assessment etc. for the unauthorized occupation of Govt. lands
  25. 25. POINTS FOR INSPECTION OF VILLAGE ACCOUNTS Whether Account No 8 (T.P. account) agree with BTR Account No 10 agree with TP account Whether DCB is prepared based on Account No. 10 and 12 Whether Account No. 13 (Remission and Write off Account) is prepared based on the proper orders from the competent authorities Whether Account No 15 (Annual Land Revenue account) agree with Register No.1
  26. 26. POINTS FOR INSPECTION OF VILLAGE ACCOUNTS Whether Account No.25 agrees with Recovery ledger Whether Account No.18 on Receipt Books agrees with stock and Stock Register Whether all collections as per Receipt books are properly entered in the Nalvazhy Whether all the remittance recorded in the Nalvazhy are supported with Chalan or Receipts

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