Department of Revenue, Government of Andhra Pradesh




The history of Land Administration dates back to the olden days of kings and Kingdoms. The Land Revenue was the major source of revenue for the kings. The present system of preparing and maintaining land records originated from the Moghul period and it reached its scientific form during the British rule.

During the British times the Revenue Department was the pivot of Administration. The Board of Revenue that wielded extraordinary powers administered it. The Collector was the virtual monarch at the District.


In Andhra area the Board of Revenue was established in Madras State in1786 with the sanction of the Court of Directors of East India Company. The Board subject to the control of Governor had to superintend the whole administration, collect revenue and control subordinates. It marked the beginning of departmentalizing the functions of Government.

The Revenue Regulation in 1803 de linked administration of Civil Justice from Board. It gave statutory foundation to the Board and spelled out its main duties like Collection of Revenue, recommending sources for augmenting the income of the Government and punishing the subordinate.

In 1849 decentralization was introduced. The Board of Revenue Act 1883 dispensed with the Collective nature of the Board. Each member was assigned some subjects and his orders were treated as those of the board. In 1894 the Board received operational freedom when the condition that all the orders given by Board need Government approval to be effective was dispensed. Senior members of ICS were selected as members.

The Board seems to have received a setback from 1916 to 1926 when its jurisdiction shrank. Separate Departments were constituted and certain sources of Revenue were transferred to Center. However from 1937 it regained its importance. Further in the wake of Independence it was asked to coordinate Food Production, Community Development and National Extension Service.


With the formation of separate Andhra State the Andhra Board of Revenue was formed in 1953. It was a replica of Madras board. But it has only 2 members where as Madras Board has 5 members drawn from ICS. It was the link between the Government and the Districts. The first member was senior even to the then Chief Secretary to Government.


The Prime Minister of Hyderabad, Sir Salar Jung, constituted a board of revenue for the first time in 1864.In 1885 it was abolished and Inspector General at State Level was appointed. In 1893, the assistant Minister of revenue, Vkar-ul-Umra, was appointed as the Prime Minister and to fill this gap a Revenue Board was created for the third time. It was abolished in 1901 and the post of Revenue Secretary was revived. He was also designated as Director General of Revenue in 1928. Thus the Secretariat and executive functions were combined. This arrangement continued till 1945 when the Board of Revenue was created for the fourth time purely as an appellate body. Its life ended by 1949.Meanwhile Hyderabad merged with the Union of India.

Then for the fifth time the board of Revenue in erstwhile State of Hyderabad was established under a Regulation issued in 1949. (Regulation LX of 1358 Fasli). The Hyderabad board as it existed in 1956 was by and large modeled on Madras pattern. However it had four members who were Secretaries to Government whereas in Madras they were seniors to Secretaries though next to Chief Secretary. The Senior Member of the Telangana Board functioned also as the Development Commissioner and was designated as ex officio Secretary to Government.


The integrated Board of Andhra Pradesh, constituted on Madras pattern enjoyed some of the powers of Hyderabad Board also. It administered through the Board Standing Orders that form the basis of administration even till today. It consisted of five members. In 1957 National savings Scheme was put under its charge. It lost its control over minor irrigation in 1962 and Endowments in 1964.The Panchayat Raj was withdrawn in 1970. But Tribal Welfare and PWD were added under its control as a coordinating agency.

Gradually the Board lost its position as the highest Revenue Court. In some matters Board Standing orders were altered by statutory amendments. Again Special Secretaries to Government were created in1961 and Board lost its distinction as the only administrative body with senior most officers though Chief Secretaries were drawn from the Board Members.

In the Revenue Department, Commissioner of Revenue assisted the Board of Revenue in its functioning. Secretary, Board’s Land revenue and irrigation Branch, in turn assisted the Commissioner. At the District Level District Collectors, District Revenue Officers performed the revenue and administrative functions. Revenue Divisional Officers and Sub Collectors at the Sub-Divisional Level, Tahsildars and Deputy Tahsildars at the Tahsil Level, Revenue Inspectors and Girdwars at the Firka/ Circle Level, and Village Officers and Village Servants at the Village Level assisted the Collector.


The Board of Revenue was abolished by the A .P. Board of Revenue Replacement by Commissioners Act, 1977.As per this new Act Commissioners were appointed in place of Members. The Commissioner of Land Revenue, Commissioner of Survey and Settlement, commissioner of Excise, Commissioner of Commercial Taxes and Commissioner Land Reforms and Urban Land Ceiling exercised the powers of Members.


In 1999 the posts of Commissioners, Survey Settlement & Land Records and Land reforms & Urban land Ceiling were abolished. The post of Commissioner of Land Revenue was re designated as Chief Commissioner of Land Administration. Commissioner Appeals in a Cadre post of I.A.S and Commissioner Legal affairs in the cadre of District and Sessions judge were also created to assist the Chief Commissioner of Land administration.




In the organization of Revenue Department the apex body of administration is the head office of Chief Commissioner of Land Administration at State Level. But the core administration is carried out at Districts that have direct interface with public. For administrative convenience the District is divided into Sub Divisions, which are further divided into Mandals that have jurisdiction over a few villages. The present set up of revenue administration consists of the following hierarchy of Officials.

  • Chief Commissionerate at State Level
  • Collectorates at District Level.
  • Divisional Officers at Revenue Divisional Level.
  • Tahsildars at Mandal Level.
  • Village Revenue Officer at Village Level.

At the Mandal level the Mandal Development Officer (MDO) takes care of the development activities.


Consequent on the abolition of the erstwhile Board of Revenue, the functional Commissioners of Survey, Settlement & Land Records and Commissioner of Land Reforms & Urban Land Ceiling were created. Subsequently they were replaced. In their place, the post of Chief Commissioner of Land Administration was created in GO MS No: 59 Revenue (DA) Dated 21.01.1999.

The Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) is the chief controlling authority for the revenue administration consisting of Revenue, Survey, Settlement & Land Records and Urban Land Ceiling Departments. He exercises statutory functions and general superintendence over all his subordinates. In the case of Survey, Settlement & Land Records and Urban Land Ceiling Departments he has a supervisory and statutory role. The concerned Commissioner and the Special Officer deal the routine administration respectively. He is the link between the Government and the administration. He monitors and guides the District Collectors and advises the Government in all the policy matters.

The post of Commissioner Appeals is created to share some of the responsibilities of Chief Commissioner of Land Administration. Further one judicial officer in the rank of Commissioner Legal Affairs has been newly created to give his legal advice wherever necessary.

In carrying out the different functions 3 Principal Officers in I.A.S Cadre .ie Secretary to CCLA, Joint Secretary to CCLA, AND Project Director (CMRO) Project, assist the Chief Commissioner of land Administration. In the year 2003 another Officer in the cadre of IAS, designated as Special Commissioner was appointed to assist the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration. So the subjects are divided among these 4 Officers. Further 8 Assistant Secretaries in the Cadre of Special Grade Deputy Collectors/ Orinary Grade Deputy Collectors and 8 Additional Assistant Commissioners drawn from Commissionerate services to assist them. The Assistant Secretaries are in charge of different subjects as per their work distribution. Each Assistant Secretary/ Additional Assistant Secretary looks after 3 to 5 sections. A Superintendent heads each section. 4 to 6 Assistants and a typist assist him.


The Collectorates play a pivotal role in the District administration. There are 23 Collectorates in the State. A Collector in the Cadre of I.A.S heads the District. He acts as the District Magistrate for maintaining Law and Order in his jurisdiction. He deals mainly with planning and development, law and order, scheduled areas/agency areas, general elections, arms licensing etc.

The Joint Collector who also belongs to the I.A.S Cadre runs the Revenue administration under various enactments in the District. He is also designated as Additional District Magistrate. He mainly deals with civil supplies, land matters, mines and minerals, village officers etc.

The District Revenue Officer (DRO) in the Cadre of Special Grade Deputy Collectors assists the Collector and Joint Collector in discharging their duties. The District Revenue Officer looks after all the branches of the Collectorate. He deals mainly with general administration and is vested with supervision of day-to-day functions of the Collectorate.

The administrative Officer in the rank of a Tahsildar is the general assistant to the Collector. He directly supervises all the sections in the Collectorate and most of the files are routed through him.

The Collectorate is divided into 8 sections as per the administrative reforms taken up by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. An alphabet letter is given to each section for easy reference.

  • Section A: Deals with Establishment and Office Procedures.
  • Section B: Deals with Accounts and audit.
  • Section C: Deals with Magisterial (Court/Legal) matters.
  • Section D: Deals with Land Revenue and relief.
  • Section E: Deals with Land Administration.
  • Section F: Deals with Land Reforms.
  • Section G: Deals with Land Acquisition.
  • Section H: Deals with Protocol, Elections and Residuary work.

Each District is divided into Sub divisions for administrative convenience. A Sub division is headed by a Revenue Divisional Officer in the rank of a Deputy Collector or a Sub – Collector in Cadre of IAS. He is the Sub Divisional Magistrate having jurisdiction over his division. An administrative Officer in the Cadre of a Tahsildar assists in administration. The Sub divisional Offices are a replica of Collectorate in the matter of number of sections and they act as intermediary in the administrative setup. There are 91 divisions in Andhra Pradesh. Each division consists of a few Mandals whose performance is constantly monitored by the concerned Divisional Office.


There are 1128 Mandals in the state, each Mandal having population ranging from 35,000 to 50,000 people. The Mandals have been formed in Andhra Pradesh to bring administration to the doorsteps of Citizens and make all the public services easily available to them. Earlier the Taluks had huge jurisdiction and were divided into Firkas. This 5 tier district administrative system was unviable for delivering speedy Citizen Services. So against 305 Taluks and 1084 Firkas, 1106 Mandals were formed in 1985. Subsequently 20 more Mandals were added at different intervals of time. So at present we have a 4 tier district administrative set up with the Mandal playing an important role in administration at the grass root level.

A gazetted Tahsildar heads the Mandals. The Tahsildar is vested with the same powers and functions of Tahsildars of erstwhile Taluks including magisterial powers. Tahsildar heads the Tahsildar office. Tahsildar provides the interface between the government and public within his jurisdiction. He initiates welfare measures within his jurisdiction. The Tahsildar assists the higher authorities in collecting information and conducting inquiries. He provides feedback to the district administration that helps in decision-making at higher levels of administration.

The Deputy Tahsildar/ Superintendent, Mandal Revenue Inspector, Superintendent, Mandal Surveyor, Assistant Statistical Officer and Other Ministerial Staff.

The Deputy Tahsildar/ Superintendent supervises the day today functions of Tahsildar’s office and deals mainly with general administration. Most of the files are routed through him. He monitors all the sections in the Tahsildar’s office.

The (Mandal Revenue Inspector) MRI assists the Tahsildar in conducting inquiries and inspections. He supervises the Village Secretaries. He inspects crop fields (Azmoish), writes Sharas (field inspection details) in Pahani, collects land revenue, non-agricultural land assessment and other dues and keeps close watch on the villages within his jurisdiction to maintain law and order,

The Assistant Statistical Officer (ASO), who is under the overall control of Chief Planning Officer at the District and Directorate of Economics and Statistics at the State Level, maintains data related to rainfall, crops and population. He conducts crop estimate tests. He inspects crops to submit crop condition details. He prepares periodical reports on births and deaths and assists the Tahsildar in conduct of livestock census, population census and other surveys taken up by the government from time to time. Tahsildar sends reports on above items to the District collector. Later these are sent to the department of economics and statistics and planning department at government level.

The Mandal Surveyor, who belongs to the Survey Settlement and Land Records Department, assists the Tahsildar in survey operations. Chain Man assists Mandal Surveyor in his duties.

As per the administrative reforms the various sections in the Tahsildar Office are:

  • Section A: Office procedure and financial activities.
  • Section B: Land Related activities.
  • Section C: Civil Supplies, Pension Schemes etc.
  • Section D: Establishment, Natural Calamities.
  • Section E: Issue of Caste, income, nativity etc; certificates.

Earlier Patwaries/ Karanams ran the Village Level administration up to 1981 and later Village administrative Officers who was a part time functionary looked after revenue functions. He was responsible to revenue hierarchy. But in 2001 as a part of strengthening Local bodies Panchayat Secretaries were created combining the revenue and Panchayat functions. There are 21943 Panchayats in Andhra Pradesh. They are under the administrative control of Gram Panchayats but are also responsible to Revenue Department for revenue functions. Kamadars or Village Revenue Assistants assists the Village Revenue Officers. The number of Village Revenue Assistants varies depending upon the area, population and irrigation sources of the village. The entire village is divided among the Village Revenue Assistants for convenient administration. Village Revenue Assistants provide complete information about their areas in all aspects.




Other Functions of Revenue Department

  1. Maintenance of Land Records Pertaining to land in the State. Survey number-wise crops cultivated, sources of Irrigation ownership due to sale of land, hereditary transfer, following the due procedures envisaged in the ROR Act.
  2. Issue of Pattedar Pass Books and Title-deeds, Under the Records of Rights Act 1971 (amended in 1980, 89 and 1993) to the occupants also who are in occupation as a tenant, lessee, mortgager of the lands to facilitate them to seek loans on the land from banks.
  3. Assignment of Land for Agriculture and House Sites: Government land both for Agriculture and for House sites purposes to various categories of people like Landless Poor, Political Sufferers, Land Oustees, Ex-Servicemen, Government Servants, etc.,
  4. Alienation and Acquisition of Government land / Private Land for bonafide public purposes to a person, institution or local body either free of cost or on payment of market value, For public purposes like construction of Project, Factory, and Government Institution etc.,
  5. Protection of Government Land: From any encroachments, grabbing etc. to safeguard the interests of the Government.
  6. Under Inam Abolition Act, 1956 : This Act conducts enquiry and grants Ryotwari patta for eligible cases.
  7. Under A. P. Land Reforms Act (COAH), 1973: Determines surplus agricultural land and takes possession of the land declared surplus and distributes the land to landless agricultural laborers.
  8. Maintenance of Birth and Death Registers in the rural areas by Village Revenue Officers.
  9. Maintenance of Database & extending Citizen Services: By issue of various certificates namely Caste, Income, Residential, Integrated Caste-Nativity-Date of Birth, Income, Non-earning member, Possession, Patta, Extract of Pahani and PPB/TD etc.,
  10. Water Tax: Demand and collection as per the provisions of the A. P. Water Tax act 13/1997 on all agricultural lands notified under category I and category II sources of irrigation for every cropping season.
  11. Levy of NALA and One time Conversion and Collection.
  12. Under Revenue Recovery Act: Recovering arrears of revenue namely by Distraint and sale of immovable property, attachment and sale of immovable property, and arrest and detention of the defaulter.
  13. Relief and Rehabilitation in case of Natural Calamities: Like Floods, Cyclone, Hail Storm, Earth-quake etc and when a large number of people are affected, Organize relief camps and supply of food, water, Medicines, Clothing, Utensils, cash, etc. to the victims and construction of houses.
  14. Public Distribution System of Essential commodities like Rice, Wheat, Sugar, Edible oil under the Public Distribution System (PDS) to all Card holders. Appointing Fair Price Shop dealers in the State by Revenue Divisional Officer.
  15. Maintenance of Law and Order: Through various sections of Criminal Procedure Code are invoked in case of any breach or apprehension of breach of law and order by Collector, Revenue Divisional Officer and Tahsildar.
  1. Elections: The District Collector conducts various elections like Parliament, Assembly, Local Bodies, and Water User Associations etc. Publication of Electoral rolls, calling up of claims and objections, conducting enquiry, and issue of Photo Identity cards to all Voters online.
  2. Social Security activities: Identifying the beneficiaries under Widow Pension Scheme, OAP.,and Handicap together with National Family Benefit Scheme and also processes the cases for sanction of relief under Apadbandu Scheme where the primary breadwinner has met with an accidental death.
  3. Miscellaneous Activities: The Officials of the Revenue Department discharges various miscellaneous activities like attending Protocol duties in case of visits of VVIPs, supervision of conduct of various exams, eradication of child labour, eradication of Untouchability, adult literacy programme etc.

Chief Commissioner of Land Administration / Special Commissioner / Commissioner Legal Affairs / Commissioner of Appeals / Secretary to CCLA / Joint Secretary / Project Director / Assistant Secretaries /Additional Assistant Commissioners

  1. Chief Commissioner of Land Administration
  2. Special Commissioner
  3. Commissioner Legal Affairs
  4. Commissioner of Appeals
  5. Secretary to CCLA
  6. Joint Secretary
  7. Project Director
  8. Assistant Secretaries /Additional Assistant Commissioners

The Chief Commissioner of Land Administration exercises the powers vested with the Commissioner of land Revenue, Commissioner of Survey, Settlement and land Records and Commissioner of land Reforms, Urban Land Ceiling and Land Protection. Further he is authorized to distribute business among the Commissioners.

In the present set up the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration looks after

  1. All Service matters of Deputy Collectors
  2. Approval of panels of Deputy Collectors, Tahsildars and Dy. Tahsildars.
  3. Removal/Dismissal of Tahsildars.
  4. Computerization of Revenue Departments and Land Records.
  5. Performance Indicators that indicate the overall grading of the Revenue Department
  6. Meetings comprising of internal reviews, Collector's/ Joint Collector's reviews etc and meetings with other Departments for coordination and policy decisions.
  7. Office Inspections of Collectorates, Directorates and other subordinate Offices
  8. Legislative Assembly Questions during the assembly sessions that have to be answered on priority basis.
  9. Grievances of public. This is the most important function due to its direct interface with the public.

The Special Commissioner is appointed in 2003 to ease the burden of the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration. So he deals with the following functions:

AS / AAC / Section Subjects allocated
AS / AAC Assignment (Assn)
  1. Government Land Allotment Policy, APLMA Matters
  2. AP Occupants of Homesteads (Conferment of Ownership) Act, 1
  3. AP Assigned Lands (Prohibition of Transfers) Act, 1977.
  4. Regularization of encroached Govt. Lands (G.O.Ms.No.166).
AS / AAC Liaison Unit (LU)
  1. AP Land Grabbing (Prohibition) Act, 1982.
  2. Liaison with Land Grabbing Cases of High Court/Supreme Court
(Files to be routed through Joint Secretary (General))
AS / AAC Land Acquisition (LA) Land Acquisition General
  1. Scrutiny of Decretal Charges proposals pertaining to general Land Acquisition (All Districts).
  2. SLNC and SLC meetings
  3. PAC Paras
  4. Sanction / continuation of proposals of LA Units
  5. General Clarifications relating to Land Acquisition.
  6. Bheema Project (PJP) of Mahaboobnagar Dist.
  7. Matter pertaining to Outer Ring Road
  8. Meeting with other Departments pertaining to Land Acquisition matters.
AS / AAC Urban Land Ceiling (ULC)
  1. ULC Act, 1976
  2. Secunderabad Leases
(Files to be routed through Joint Commissioner (KRRC))
AS / AAC Settlements (Set)
  1. AP (Andhra Area) Estates (Abolition & Conversion into Ryotwari) Act, 1948
  2. The AP (Telangana Area) Land Revenue Act, 1317F.
  3. The AP (Telangana Area) Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1950.
  4. AP Survey & Boundaries Act, 1923.
  5. Disciplinary Cases & Service matters, Court Cases of staff related to CSS & LR, Hyd.
  6. Pawn Brokers Act.
  7. AP (Andhra Area) Inams (Abolition & Conversion into Ryotwari) Act, 1956.
  8. AP (Telangana Area) Abolition of Inams Act, 1955.
  9. AP Atiyath Enquiries Act, 1952
  10. Cash Grants Abolition Act, 1959.
  11. LTR, including 2/70 AP Scheduled Areas. Ryotwari Regulation, 1970.
  12. Payment of Tasdik allowance under Estate Abolition Act, 1948 of all Districts in the State.
AS / AAC Land Revenue (LR)
  1. A.P. Water Tax Act, 1988.
  2. A.P. One Time Conversion Act, 2006, NALA Act of 2006 and Amendment Act 16 of 2012.
  3. A.P. Water Tax Remission Act, 1963 (Repealed).
  4. A.P. WALTA Act, 2002.
  5. A.P. Revenue Recovery Act, 1864.
  6. Evacuee Property Act, 1950 (Repealed).
  7. A.P. Treasure Trove Act, 1878.
  8. Appeal under A.P. Land Revenue Act 1317 Fasli.
  9. A.P. Escheats & Bona Vacantia Act, 1974.
  10. A.P. NALA Act, 1963 (Repealed).
  11. Record of Rights Act 1989
  12. Jamabandi
  13. Revenue-Registration Integration
  14. PAC Matters
  15. AP Land Reforms Act (CoAH) 1973.
(Files to be routed through Joint Secretary (General))

Commissioner Appeals hears appeal cases under the following Statutory Acts

AS / AAC / Section

Subjects allocated

Liaison Unit (LU)

All Appeal / Revision Cases on

  1. Assignment of Govt. Lands
  2. AP Land Encroachment Act, 1905

Settlements (Sett)

  1. AP (Andrha Area) Estates (Abolition & Conversion into Ryothwari) Act, 1948.
  2. AP (Andhra Area) Inams (Abolition & Conversion into Ryotwari) Act, 1956.
  3. The AP (Telangana Area) Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1950.
  4. Pawn Brokers Act, 1948.
  5. AP Atiyat Enquiries Act, 1952.
  6. Agency Regulations (Act  1/69, 2/69, 2/70).
  7. The AP (Telangana Area) Land Revenue Act 1317 F.
  8. Appeals filed u/s 87, 158, 166 of AP (TA) LR Act, 1317 F.
  9. AP Survey & Boundaries Act, 1923.

Pensions (Pen)

Appeal / Revision cases of  Service matters of VROs / VRAs / VOs etc.,

Land Acquisition (LA)

Appeals under Indian Arms Act, 1959

Land Revenue (LR)

Appeals/Revision Cases relating to

  1. AP Revenue Recovery Act, 1864
  2. AP Irrigation Act
  3. Rivers Conservancy Act
  4. AP Escheats & Bona Vacantia Act, 1974

VS-II Section

Appeal Cases on Disciplinary cases upto Dy.Tahsildars.


Commissioner Legal Affairs is in the rank of a serving judge Grade I. He advises the Chief Commissioner of Land administration in all legal matters.


CCLA / Special Commissioner / Commissioner Legal Affairs / Commissioner of Appeals / Secretary to CCLA / Joint Secretary / Project Director / Asst. Secretaries /Addl Asst Commissioners


The Secretary to CCLA is in charge of the following sections.

AS / AAC / Section Subjects allocated
D-Section 1.  Preparation of panels of ordinary Grade/Spl.Grade, Deputy Collectors
2.  Sanction of E.O., Surrender Leave & ACR's
DD-Section 1. Reimbursement of Medical Expenses
2. Sanction of Annual Grade Increments
3. GPF, GIS.
AS / AAC Administration (Admn) 1.  Establishment of CCLA's Office including Pay Bills, Office maintenance.
2.  Deputation of Tahsildars / Revenue Inspectors Training under City list Quota
3.  R.T.I. Act 2005
4.  Citizen's Charter & Service Charters
5.  Annual Performance Plan for all Sections/Officers
6.   Medical Leave Reimbursement to the Staff Members and Retired Officers at State levl.
AS / AAC Services(Ser) 1.  Dy.Tahsildars and Tahsildars panels
2.  Postings of Tahsildar
3.  Reimbursement of Medical Bills
4.  Ministerial Services and Last Grade Service Matters.
AS / AAC Pensions(Pen) Service and Family Pensions, Advances to employees and service matters of VROs and VRAs.
AS / AAC Budget & Co-ordination(Co-ordn) 1.  Collectors' Conference and other meetings, Budget estimates, Number statements, Formation of new Mandals/Revenue Divisions.
2.  Revenue Sadassulu
3.  Trainings to all categories of staff.
AS / AAC Land Acquisition(LA) S L N C Meetings
AS / AAC Assignment(Assn) 1. APLMA meetings
2. Committee meetings on regularization of encroached Govt. Lands under G.O.Ms.No.166.
AS / AAC / Section Subjects allocated
AS / AAC  1. A.P. Water Tax Act, 1988.
Land Revenue (LR) 2. A.P. One Time Conversion Act, 2006, NALA Act of 2006 and Amendment Act 16 of 2012.
3. A.P. Water Tax Remission Act, 1963 (Repealed)
4. A.P. WALTA Act, 2002.
5. A.P. Revenue Recovery Act, 1864.
6. Evacuee Property Act, 1950 (Repealed).
7. A.P. Treasure Trove Act, 1878.
8. Appeal under A.P. Land Revenue Act 1317 Fasli.
9. A.P.  Escheats & Bona Vacantia Act, 1974. 
10. A.P. NALA Act, 1963 (Repealed). 
11. Record of Rights Act 1989.
12. Jamabandi
13. Revenue-Registration Integration.
14. PAC Matters
15. AP Land Reforms Act (CoAH) 1973.
AS / AAC Administration(Admn) R.T.I. Act.
AS / AAC Liaison Unit (LU) AP Land Grabbing (Prohibition) Act, 1982.

The Project Director is in charge of the Computerisation of Mandal Revenue Offices (CMRO) Project. He also looks after the following sections:

Assistant Secretary (CMRO):

  1. Computerization of Tahsildar/ RDO/Collector Offices.
  2. MeeSeva
  3. Budget distribution to Districts
  4. Hardware & Software
  5. Preparation of CCLA Portal
  6. Preparation & Monitoring of District/Division/Mandal Portals.
  7. e-Applications for Revenue Department: File Tracking System, Prajavani, e-Pariskaram, Court Case MIS, Government Land Protection, MIS, etc.


The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner , Administration deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
E E1 Establishment – O/o the CCLA – Allotment of candidates by the APPSC – Transfers & Postings – Tahsildars / Revenue Inspectors Training as per Service Rules – Promotions and appeals and appointment of Outsourcing staff through Registered Private Agency; Citizen and Service Charters, Annual Performance Plans 
E2 1.    Establishment – Sanction of Leave, Increments (including Family Planning Incentives, Fixation of Pay, Additional Charge Allowances in respect of all Employees of CCLA's Office except Last Grade Services - Maintenance of Service Registers of the NGOs – Leave Travel Concession to NGOs.
2.    All matters connected to Office Subordinates, Record Assistants, Drivers – Maintenance of Service Registers – Holiday turn duty & Evening Turn duty.
E3 Disciplinary proceedings pertaining to the Ministerial Staff of the Office – Matters arising out of reorganization of seats in respect of Ministerial Staff of the office – Office orders and Office instructions – Distribution of subjects – Regularization and probation to the Ministerial Staff of the Office – Family benefit fund – Miscellaneous correspondence. Preparation of Seniority lists of Employees of CCLA's office except Office Subordinates.
EE EE1 Pay bills of CCLA Office Superintendents / Sr. Assistants of Permanent establishment.
EE2 1.   Pay bill of I.A.S Officers/ Gazetted Officers etc.,
2.   LTC/TA/TTA bills of CCLA Office.
3.   All loan bills pertaining to H.B.A, Marriage advance / Motor Cycle advance / Car Advance and Miscellaneous bills.
EE3 1.   Pay bills of Gr-I and Non-Gazetted Superintends and supplementary bills
2.   Maintenance of Motor Vehicles of CCLA Office.
3.   Electricity bills/ Water Bills/ Service Postage Stamps etc.,>
4.   Sanction of GPF Loans, Advances and final payments
5.   Forwarding of APGLI, GPF for allotment of No. and Loans
EE4 1.   Pay bills, supplementary bills, GIS and FBF bills of Jr.Assistants, Drivers/ RAs/ Roneo Operators, Class-IV Staff and (2) Superintendents
2.   Budget matters exclusively pertaining to the Office of  CCLA (All Wings)
3.   Education Advance / Festival Advance / Education reimbursement
4.   Reconciliation work at PAO
5.   Number Statement
6.   Bank Loans to office staff
EE5 1.   Telephone bills of entire office telephones.
2.   Contingency office bills.
3.   Reconciliation of Departmental figures with PAO, Hyderabad.
4.   Medical reimbursement to the Staff members & Retired Officers at State Level.
Treasurer Disbursing of Salaries and maintenance of cash book
EE6  Office Building maintenance / Vehicles and supply of stationary items.
Care Taker / Stores
K K1 1.   Library
2.   Digitisation of records
3. CCLA's Correspondence relating to records, including settlement registers and maps – Destruction of old records issue of records to subject clerks and other office copy applications – Printing of correction slips and press correspondences.  Supervision and Maintenance of office of the CCLA and Coordination etc.  Issue of passes to visitors / receipt of copy applications / application under RTI Act and other allied matters.
K2 Certified Copies and Appeals under RTI Act pertaining to Ranga Reddy, Hyderabad and CCLA's office and also all general correspondence pertaining to RTI Act including Periodical report.
K3 Appeals under Right to Information Act providing information RTI Act pertaining to other district.
R R1 Receipt of Tappals of :
1.    Government  and all Departments
2.    From High Court of A.P., APAT, Lok Adalat, City Civil  Courts
3.    Medical Bills and Tappal from A.G. Office.
4.    Entering and distribution of Tappal in daily register of E, W, Spl. W, D, D.D,  VS-I, VS-II & VS-III Sections (8 D.Rs).
R2 1.   Receipt and entering of the currents returned by the sections which are not belonging to them and re-allotting to the sections concerned.
2.   Entering and distribution of Tappals in daily registers of Sections X, XX, Spl.X, S, A, P, SRP, G, T, EP, SEP, N, AP (13).
3.   D.R.s of all sections of the current year to be handed over to the Record Room in the next year of January by opening New D.Rs to all subjects.
4.   Miscellaneous Tappal i.e., receipt of General Tappal of applications from Private Persons, Receipt of applications from employees and entry of the above Tappal in the registers and distributing to the concerned sections.
R3 1.   Despatch of all Registered Post and Parcel Tappals addressed to District Collectors, Advocates and parties etc.
2.   Issue of Telegrams
3.   Maintenance of Total Stamp Accounts of Tappals section.
4.   Entering Tappals in DRs of C, CMRO, PMU, UC, Spl.UC and AUC Sections (7)
R4 1.   Dispatch of Tappals to all District Collectors and D.O. letters to Collectors and DROs of all the Districts in the State.
2.   Maintenance of stamp accounts of Tappals section.
3.   Maintenance of Franking Machine account.
R5 1.   Despatch of Tappals addressed to Government and all other heads of Departments and Govt. Pleaders and all other offices situated in Hyderabad city.
2.   Maintenance of Special Registers for Tappals sent to Govt. and other Departments.
3.   Despatch of all miscellaneous Tappals addressed to RDOs, Tahsildars and parties etc by ordinary post.
4.   Maintenance of Registers of Miscellaneous Tappals
5.   Maintenance of Stamp account of Miscellaneous Tappals.
6.   Entering Tappals in DRs of ALC, LC, NA, P, K, V, L & ROR (8)
R6 Receiving Registered Post covers, Speed Post Covers etc and making entry of the same in the Spl.Register. Entering Tappals in Daily Register of EE, LP, Spl.B, B, BB, BCW, E (P&B), B/KNC (9).

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Services deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
X X1 DT Panels and Tahsildar panels of Zone-I. Transfer and postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zone.
X2 DT Panels and Tahsildar Panels of Zone-II. Transfer and postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zone.
X3 Direct Recruitment of Pro.Dy.Tahsildars & Miscellaneous work like Compulsory wait encashment of EL on retirement final GPF withdrawals etc.,
Meetings with Revenue Services Associations 
XX XX1 DT Panels and Tahsildar panels of Zone-IV. Transfer and postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zone.
XX2 Miscellaneous work like Compulsory wait encashment of EL on retirement final GPF withdrawals, Medical Bills, GPF and etc.,
XX3 DT Panels and Tahsildar panels of Zone-III. Transfers and postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zones.
Spl.X Spl.X1 DT Panels and Tahsildar Panels of Zone-V. Transfer and Postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zones.
Spl.X2 DT Panels and Tahsildar Panels of Zone-VI. Transfer and Postings of Tahsildars except disciplinary matters.  NOCs for Passport and Compulsory wait proposals of concerned Zones.
Spl.X3 Miscellaneous work like Compulsory wait, encashment of EL on retirement, final GPF withdrawals, Medical Bills, GPF and etc.,
N N1 APMS Rules 1998, Medical Claims under APIMA Rules 1972, Six point formula. SC/ST Backlog recruitments, Establishment matters from the cadre of Sr.Assistants to Office Subordinates in respect of all Districts of Andhra area except SPSR Nellore District.
N2 APMS Rules 1998, Medical Claims under APIMA Rules 1972, Six point formula. SC/ST Backlog recruitments, Establishment matters from the cadre of Sr.Assistants to Office Subordinates of Telangana area 
Spl.N  Spl.N1 APMS Rules 1998, Medical Claims under APIMA Rules 1972, Six point formula. SC/ST Backlog recruitments, Establishment matters from the cadre of Sr.Assistants to Office Subordinates of YSR Kadapa, Chittoor, Kurnool, Anantapuramu & SPSR Nellore Districts.
Spl.N2 Entire State Class-IV services

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Vigilance deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
V.S.I VSI(1) Disciplinary cases of Dy.Collectors, Spl.Dy.Collectors, Spl.Collectors (LA) in respect of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, SPSR Nellore Districts
VSI(2) Disciplinary cases of Dy.Collectors, Spl.Dy.Collectors, Spl.Collectors (LA) in respect of Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medak, Mahaboobnagar, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Nalgonda Districts
VS(3) Disciplinary cases of Dy.Collectors, Spl.Dy.Collectors, Spl.Collectors (LA) in respect of Adilabad, Anantapuramu, Chittoor, YSR Kadapa, , Kurnool, Warangal, Khammam
V.S.II VSII (1) Appeal cases of Dy.Tahsildars of entire State & Does Office staff; Review of Suspension Cases by CCLA
VSII(2) Appeal cases of Sr.Assistant & Class IV Employees of entire State; Review of Suspension Cases by CCLA
VSII(3) Appeal cases of VROs & VRAs of entire State; Review of Suspension Cases by CCLA
V.S.III VSIII(1) Tahsildars of Guntur, (Z-III)and Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakapatnam (Z-I)
VSIII(2) Tahsildars of Prakasam, SPSR Nellore (Z-III), East Godavari, West Godavari, and Krishna (Z-II)
V.S.IV VSIV(1) Tahsildars of Zone-VI ( Ranga Reddy, Nalgonda, Medak, Mahboobnagar, Nizamabad, Hyderabad)
VSIV(2) Tahsildar of Zone-IV (Anantapuramu, YSR Kadapa, Kurnool, Chittoor)
VSIV(3) Tahsildars of Zone-V ( Adilabad, Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar)

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, assignment deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
B B1 All general issues relating to encroachments and assignment, alienation & leases, reviewing the progress in the assignments of Govt. land to landless poor for agriculture and house sites purposes, Periodicals including that on collection of market value; Files relating to Assignment/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Vizianagaram District.
B2 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases etc in respect of Guntur & Krishna Districts.
B3 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Srikakulam & Visakhapatnam Districts.
BB BB1 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in RR district (East.)
BB2 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in RR District (West). Coordination regarding Regularisation under GO 166   
BB3 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Warangal, Khammam and Karimnagar districts
Spl.B SPL.B1 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of SPSR Nellore & Prakasam Districts.
SPL.B2 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of East Godavari & West Godavari districts
SPL.B3 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Anantapuramu, Chittoor and YSR Kadapa districts
Spl.BB SPL.BB1 Meetings of APLMA/ Assignments/ Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisa-tion/Leases etc in respect of Mahaboobnagar and Nalgonda districts.
SPL.BB2 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Adilabad, Medak and Nizamabad  district
SPL.BB3 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation/Leases in respect of Kurnool district.
Matters relating to Boodhan Lands & Rajiv Swagruha.
BBB BBB1 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation in respect of Hyderabad (Hyderabad Dist.).  Homestead Act, 1976.
BBB2 Assignments/Alienation/Encroachment/Regularisation in respect of Secunderabad (Hyderabad District).  AP (POT) Act, 1977.

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Coordination deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
C1 1.    Revenue Officers Conferences, including Collector/Joint Collector Conferences etc.
2.    Video Conferences with Revenue Officers.
3.    All Meetings at Government level
4.    Revenue Sadassulu & follow-up action thereon
5.    Inspection of Collectorates and other Revenue Offices
C2 1.   AP District Formation Act 1974: Formation of Mandals, Divisions, Change of Name of Districts/ Mandals/Villages, Bifurcation of Mandals, Shifting of Mandal Headquarters, Re-organization of Revenue Villages, etc.
2.   LAQs, LCQs, SNQs, Standing Committee Matters, Assurances, VIP References, Long Pending References etc.
3.   Staff continuation / Sanction of additional staff proposals pertaining to Revenue Department
C3 Law   Order, Official Language, Police-Revenue Coordination, Review of Public Grievances, Miscellaneous subjects etc.

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, CMRO Project deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
CMRO CMROI 1. Budget Distribution to Districts/ CCLA Office.
2. Utilisation Certificates
3. Purchase of Hardware & Software
4. Hand-holding Persons Salaries
5. Expenditure from PD Account
6. Telephone, Mobile, Internet Connectivity/Data Card Bills
7. Meetings - Refreshments
8. Hiring of Vehicles
9. Repairs Bills (i.e. UPS Repairs, System Repairs).
10. Computer Peripheral Requirements (i.e., Mouse, Keyboards etc.,)
11. Establishment files
  CMROII 1. MeeSeva: Circular  Instructions
2. MeeSeva: Reviews
3. Training Programmes for Officers in MeeSeva/Webland/IT Applications
4. Integration of Revenue/Tahsildar and Registration/SRO Databases
5. Integration of Banks with Land Records Database
6. National Land Records Modernisation Programme (NLRMP)
7. Introduction of New Services in MeeSeva
8. CCLA/District/Division/Mandal Web Portal
9. File Tracking System
10. Prajavani – Grievances Tracking System
11. e-Parishkaram – Call Centre
12. Court Case Monitoring System
13. Online Land Information Management System (for Protection of Government Lands)
14. Coordination with IT&C and Other Departments 

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Land Revenue deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
T T1 1.   AP NALA Act, 1963 and Amendment Act 1974 and Clarification thereon, Review of Collections.
2.   Water tax – Clarifications and Review of collections, Road Cess, Drainage Cess & Drainage Maintenance Fee – Reviews.
T2 1.   Revenue Recovery Act – (Appeals, Reviews and Clarifications), Reviews on Khata Verification, Baqui Jabita, Reconciliation of LR Collection.
2.   Adjustment of Water Tax to Local Bodies and other subjects related to Irrigation.
AP AP1 1.   Monitoring of PAC cases, PAC, meetings. Draft Paras proposed for inclusion in the C&AG reports and PAC items in respect of Irrigation cess, Water rates, Land Revenue, DC & DMF, Spl. Land Tax. Misappropriation cases in respect of VROs and VRAs and Government Servants of entire State in respect of Assignment / Alienation, etc.
2.   All Local Audit reports in respect of Warangal, Ranga Reddy, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Adilabad, Hyderabad, Khammam Districts and periodicals in respect of Audit/PAC.
AP2 1.   All Local Audit Reports, Reports of the C & AG in respect of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, Guntur, Anantapuramu, YSR Kadapa, Kurnool, SPSR Nellore, Prakasam, Chittoor, Medak, Mahaboobnagar, Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Nalgonda Districts.
2.   Draft Para proposed for inclusion in the reports of C&AG and PAC items in respect of NALA, Land Acquisition, Stationary and General items.
EP EP All Evacuee Properties in the State other than Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Districts
Treasure Trove Act, Forest Acts in the State.
SEP All Evacuee Properties in Hyderabad & Reddy Districts.
ROR ROR 1. A.P. Record of Rights in Land and Pattadar Pass Books Act, 1989 - all Districts.
2. Registration & Stamps Act, 
3. Revenue-Registration Integration.
4. Azmoish, Jamabandi and related matters
LC LC AP Land Reforms Act (CoAH) 1973: Telangana Region
ALC ALC AP Land Reforms Act (CoAH) 1973: Andhra and Rayalseema Regions

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Settlement deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
P P1 Estate Abolition and Conversion into Ryotwari Act 1948.  Appeals cases relating to Anantapuramu, YSR Kadapa, Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam and Chittoor Districts and General files.
P2 Estate Abolition and Conversion into Ryothwari Act 1948. Appeal Cases relating to Krishna, SPSR Nellore, West Godavari, East Godavari, Guntur, Prakasam & Kurnool Districts and General files.
P3 1.   A.P. (T.A.) L.R. Act 1317 F.
2.   A.P. Tenancy & Agrl. Lands Act, 1950/Appeal Cases.
3.   A.P. Pawn Brokers Act, 1948.
4.   Service matters and Appeals relating to the O/o Commissioner SS & LR, Hyd.
5.   Correction of entries u/s 87 of AP (T.A.) LR Act.1317F.
NA NA1 1.   All appeals under the A.P. Atiyat Enquires Act. 1952 and Suits arising thereunder.
2.   Al Cash grants cases relating to Hyd. and R. R Districts.
3.   All Cases under Jagir Abolition Regulation, 1358 F/1959 F and all other Misc. cases related to Jagirs: Commutation to Jagirdars, Recovery of excess payments made to the Jagirdars, etc.
NA2 1.   All Cases under Cash Grants Abolition Act 1959 – Cases related to entire Telangana region except Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Districts.
2.   All Cases related to Court of Wards, including cases of Paigah Sir Vicar-ul-Umra (which are still under the supervision of Court of Wards).
3.   Collection of rents of Paigh properties and Court cases related to Paigah properties – Inspection of Paigah properties.
V V1 IA Act 1956 : Revision petitions  U/s-14-A relating to entire Andhra Area & Rayalaseema except Chittoor Dist.
V2 1.   IA Act 1956 u/s 14-A relating to Chittoor Dist.
2.   IA Act 1955 and Amendment Act 29/85 relating to Telangana area
L L1 1.   LTR 2/70 A.P. Scheduled Areas Ryotwari Settlement Regulation, 1970 of Khammam Dist.
2.   Payment of Beriz deduction of Anantapuramu dist., Payment of Tasdik allowance and compensation Allowances under Estate Abolition Act 1948 of YSR Kadapa, Srikakulam, SPSR Nellore and Chittoor Dist.
3.   Demarcation of Forest Blocks/ Review of progress of work done by FSOs. 
L2 1.   LTR 1/70 Reg. 2/70, A.P. Scheduled Areas Ryotwari Settlement Reg. 2/70 of WG Dist. Estate Abolition Act, 1948 (Payment of compensation) Krishna Dist.
2.   Reg.2/70 A.P. Scheduled Areas Ryotwari Settlement Regulation, 1970 of Visakhapatnam, Vizainagaram, Srikakulam, East Godavari Districts.

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Pensions deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
W W1 Service pensions with regard to the Districts Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, West Godavari, East Godavari and Krishna districts.
W2 Service pensions with regard to the Districts Mahaboobnagar, Nizamabad, Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medak & Nalgonda districts.
W3 Service pensions with regard to the Districts Anantapuramu, Kurnool, YSR Kadapa, SPSR Nellore, Guntur, Chittoor & Prakasam districts.
Spl.W Spl.W1 Motor Cycle Advance, Moped Advance, Marriage Advance, Education Advance, Bicycle Advance, Motor Car Advance, Personal Computer Advance, FBF Refund.
Spl.W2 House Building Advance of all Districts. and CCLA's Office
Spl.W3 Service Pensions with regard to the Districts Karimnagar, Warangal, Adilabad and Khammam districts, Family pensions of all Districts and CCLA's Office establishment pensions.
A A1 All service matters, appeals and clarifications in respect of VROs / erstwhile VOs of
1.     Rayalaseema Region i.e.,   Zone-IV i.e., YSR Kadapa, Kurnool, Anantapuramu, and Chittoor.
2.     Telangana Region of Zone-V i.e., Warangal, Adilabad, Karimnagar, and Khammam.
All service matters, appeals and clarifications in respect of VROs / erstwhile VOs of Zone-III i.e., Guntur, Prakasam and SPSR Nellore Districts.
Appeals by Village Revenue Officers/Village Revenue Assistants of entire   State
A3 All service matters, appeals and clarifications of VROs/erstwhile VOs of
1.     Zone-I i.e., Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and    Visakhapatnam Districts.
2.     Zone-II i.e., East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna Districts.
3.    Zone-VI i.e., Ranga Reddy, Nizamabad, Mahaboobnagar, Medak, Nalgonda Districts.
A4 1.     Recruitment of VROs and VRAs, Clarifications regarding Service Matters of VROs and VRAs
2.     All Meetings including Meetings with VROs and VRA Associations.
3.     Training Modules for VROs/VRAs

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Liaison Unit deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
LP LP1 1.   Land Grabbing matters of Hyderabad & Ranga Reddy districts.
2.   Individuals files in respect of cases filed in the Spl.Court.
3.   W.Ps/W.As where CCLA is impleaded as party including cases of Supreme Court.
LP2 1.   Land Grabbing matters of all Districts other than Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, districts.
2.   Individuals files in respect of cases filed in the Spl.Court.
3.   W.Ps/W.As where CCLA is impleaded as party including cases of Supreme Court.
4.   Miscellaneous matters relating to Land Grabbing.
DTLP LU 1.   Liaison with Government Pleaders of LG Courts.
2.   Weekly liaison report on Land Grabbing Cases.
3.   Land grabbing periodical work
DTLU1 1. Liaison work of High Court Cases: Coastal and Rayalaseema Districts
2.  Weekly liaison report on High Court Cases including Contempt Cases:  Coastal and Rayalaseema Districts
3. Court cases Periodical work: Coastal and Rayalaseema Districts
DTLU2 1. Liaison work of High Court Cases: Telangana Districts
2. Weekly liaison report on High Courts Cases including Contempt Cases: Telangana Districts
3. Court Cases Periodical work: Telangana Districts 
BCW BCW1 Assignment appeals relating to Anantapuramu & Prakasam Districts
BCW2 Assignment appeals relating to Chittoor District
BCW3 Assignment appeals relating to other  Districts

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner General Land Acquisition deals with Urban Land Ceilings

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
UC UC 1.       Court Cases.
2.       Regularization Proposals pertaining to Warangal, Vijayawada, Guntur & Visakhapatnam Agglomerations.
3.       Court cases, Regularization, Exemption, Errata, NOC, Refund, Miscellaneous
Spl.UC Spl.UC1 Subjects dealt are misc. in nature.
1.    HUDA
2.    Vigilance
3.    Press Clippings
4.    Representation from MPs/MLAs
5.    Representations to CCLA
6.    Correspondences with Collectors
7.    Correspondences with SOs
8.    Representations to   Govt.
9.    Other Matters
10. Review Meetings
11. Assurances
12. Requisition for NOCs
Spl.UC2 Regularization proposals under G.O.Ms.No. 455, 456 pertaining to Hyderabad Agglomeration. Regularization, Errata, Refund, Others
Spl.UC3 Regularization Proposals under G.O.Ms.No.747 pertaining to Hyderabad Urban Agglomeration.
1. Regularization files.
2. Errata
SS SS1 Leases of Hyderabad/Secunderabad (Part)
SS2 Leases of Hyderabad/Secunderabad  (Part)

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, Land Acquisition deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
G G1 Decretal Charges proposals pertaining to Mahaboobnagar, Nalgonda, Adilabad and Khammam Districts and other relied matters; SLNC Meeting, General clarifications, Bheema Project (PJP) Mahaboobnagar District; Matters pertaining to Outer Ring Road, Meeting with other Departments pertaining to Land Acquisition matters.
G2 Proposals of decretal charges of Krishna, Prakasam, Guntur, SPSR Nellore, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari & West Godavari Dist.
G3 Sanction of continuation of LA Units in all the districts, proposals of decretal charges and other matter of Medak, Ranga Reddy, Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad and Hyderabad Districts and PAC cases of Telangana Region.
G4 Proposals of decretal charges pertaining to all Rayalaseema Districts including other related matters.
SRP SRP1 Scrutiny of decretal charges proposals pertaining to Projects;
1.    Sri Ram Sagar Project of Nizamabad, Adilabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Nalgonda & Warangal Districts received from Spl.Collector (LA) SRSP, Hyd.
2.    Project Monitoring Unit in the State.
SRP2 Scrutiny of decretal charges proposals pertaining to 
1.   Yeleru Reservior Project of East Godavari & Visakhapatnam Districts.
2.   House Sites distributed to Weaker Section of Telangana Districts of Adilabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Nizamabad received from the Commissioner Social Welfare Dept., Hyd. and recommending to the Govt.
3.   Correspondence pertaining to Railways.
SRP3 Scrutiny of decretal charges proposals pertaining to 
1.   Srisailam Project of Kurnool District 
2.   Srisailam Right Branch Canal of Kurnool District and recommending to the Govt.
S S1 All correspondence with Spl.Collectors, Telugu Ganga Project, SPSR Nellore, Srisailam Project, Kurnool, Somasila Project, YSR Kadapa & GNSS, YSR Kadapa.
S2 All Land Acquisition correspondence with Spl.Collectors, related to Land acquisition of Singur project, Medak District. Appeals under Arms Act 1959, Andhra Area correspondence.

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, KRRC-I deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
LRC-I LRCI Meetings, General Correspondence & Staff Attendance, Monitoring Committee and other Meetings.
LRC-II LRCII Implementation of KRRC recommendations relating to
1.   Forest Department Chapter-9
2.   Tribal Welfare Department   Chapter 9
3.   ROFR Act, 2006 Chapter-9
Convergence with Rural Development Department Chapter- 12
LRC-III LRCIII Implementation of KRRC recommendations relating to
1.   ROR Chapter-2
2.   Land Records Chapter-6

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, KRRC-II deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
LRC-IV LRCIV Implementation of KRRC recommendations relating to
1.   Assignment of Lands Chapter-1
2.   POT Act. Chapter-1
3.   Homesteads Act Chapter-5
4.   Legal Aid Chapter-10
LRC-V LRCV Implementation of KRRC recommendations relating to
1.   APLR (CoAH) Act, 1977
2.   Legal Matters relating to Land Reforms  Chapter-4
3.   Land access to poor Chapter-12

The Assistant Secretary/Additional Assistant Commissioner, KRRC-III deals with

Section Assistant Subjects allocated
LRC-VI LRCVI Implementation of KRRC recommendations relating to
1.   Tenancy Act (LEC Cards) Chapter-3
2.   Inams Chapter-8
3.   Endowments & Home Departments  Chapter-7 & 11 & Trainings.
Collectorate Functions :-




(As per G.O. Ms. No. 77 Revenue, dated 22.1.1968, as Amended from Time to Time)


  1. Maintain Law and Order and Internal Security by coordinating with the Superintendent of Police
  2. Look after the VVIP's and VIP's visits and facilitate their stay.

Over view important fairs and festivals involving Law and Order and agrarian and Labour and other situations.

  1. Exercise powers under The Andhra Pradesh Habitual Offenders Act, 1962.
  2. Encourage Social Service Organization like Red Cross, Social Guild of Service etc.,
  3. Requisition Motor Vehicles of other Departments and sanction and control Expenditure on Government Vehicles.
  4. Conduct Census operations.
  5. Attend the Telephone Advisory Committee Meeting or on exceptional occasions, depute the Joint Collector to attend keeping the Post master General and other concerned of the meeting informed of the fact.
  6. Issue and Renew licenses to pistols and Automatic Weapons.

Public Servants:

  1. Maintain personal files of all Gazetted Officers in the Revenue Department including Tahsildars through Joint Collector.
  2. Write confidential reports of all Gazetted Officers of other Departments.
  3. Decide on transfers and postings of Tahsildars.
  4. Submit lists of names for inclusion in the promotion list of Revenue Divisional Officers, Tahsildars and Deputy Tahsildars through Joint Collector.
  5. Grant of leave of Tahsildars through Joint Collector.
  6. Enquiry into allegations against the Gazetted Officers.
  7. Decide on transfers, grant of leave etc., of Assistant Public Prosecutors, Grade I AND II.
  8. Act as the Chairman of joint staff council of Village Officers


  1. Review and supervise Collection of Land Revenue, Loans, Excise and other dues through Joint Collectors.
  2. Oversee Land Reforms (General Policy) Through Joint Collector

Civil Supplies:

Review and supervise procurement of food items through Joint Collector.

Planning and Development:

  1. Deal with all works relating to Planning and Development inclusive of all correspondence relating to Democratic Decentralisation.
  2. Control and Supervise Special Officers doing development work in district as Chief Executive Officers and Mandal Parishad Development Office

Irrigation (Major and Minor):

Exercise powers under the following acts--- The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Irrigation Act, 1357F.

Adverse seasonal conditions:

Order for remission when there is widespread damage due to adverse seasonal conditions through District Revenue Officer.

General Elections.

  1. Act as the District Election Officer.
  2. Order for periodical revision of electoral rolls
  3. Conduct polls in peaceful and fair manner.

Road transport authority.

The Collector is the statutory Chairman of the Road Transport Authority.

Agency areas.

  1. Look after Agency Administration and Development.
  2. Act under the Andhra Pradesh Agency Rules- A.P. Regulation 2/70,.


  1. Inspect the subordinate Offices at random.
  2. Inspect at least one Revenue Divisional Officers in rotation.

Discretionary Grants.

  1. Sanction funds under discretionary grants.
  2. Give State Development Loans through Joint Collector.

Magisterial: -

Exercise powers under
  1. The Indian Registration of Foreigner Act.(Central Act XVI OF 1939)
  2. The Indian Explosive Act (Central Act IV of 1895)
  3. The Indian Arms Act (Central Act XI of 1878)
  4. The Arms Act, 1959 (No. 54 of 1959)
  5. Officials Secret Act.

Excise: -

Take action under The Andhra Pradesh Excise Act, 1968.




(As per G.O. Ms. No. 77 Revenue, dated 22.1.1968, as Amended from Time to Time)

The Joint Collector in a District is in charge of the following subjects.

Public servants: -

  1. Hear the appeals of Deputy Tahsildars against the punishment awarded by Revenue Divisional Officers.
  2. Review the tours and grant Casual leave to Gazetted Officers.
  3. Deal with the Disciplinary cases against Gazetted Officers and Deputy Tahsildars.
  4. Sanction T.A. Bills of Gazetted Officers.
  5. Sanction of loans to Government servants for House Building and purchasing of Vehicles
  6. Sanction of General Provident Fund (G.P.F) and to Government servants.
  7. Grant Leave to Deputy Tahsildars.
  8. Decide on the transfers and posting of Deputy Tahsildars.
  9. Deal with the service matters relating to Deputy Tahsildars (Subject to the condition that the Collector can interfere with the orders if he so chooses)
  10. Maintain Personal files of Deputy Tahsildars.

Planning and development.

Act under The Andhra Pradesh Municipalities Act, 1965(Andhra Pradesh Act No 6 of 1965) Irrigation major and minor: -

Exercise powers under the following acts---

  1. The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Land Revenue Act, 1317 Fasli.
  2. The Construction of tanks and Kuntas in patta lands Rules, 1950.

Adverse seasonal conditions: -

Deal with the correspondence relating to Flood, Famine and other natural calamities

Civil supplies: -

Completely in charge of the Civil Supplies work. Oversee Rice Mills and issue original licenses. In this capacity derive the powers from the relevant acts pertaining to Civil Supplies Department.

Magisterial: -

  1. Seek powers under Criminal Procedure Code.
  2. Enquire into cases of torture by police.
  3. Deal with bench Courts and appoint special Bench Magistrates and all other stipendiary magistrates.
  4. Hear the appeals against acquittal by Criminal Courts.
  5. Be an investiture of Magisterial Powers.
  6. Act as per The Indian Citizenship Act, 1955 (Central Act VII of 1955) Domicile and Nationality Certificates.
  7. Look into emigration matters.
  8. Review the situation in Sub-Jails.
  9. Act under The Evacuee Property Act
  10. Rehabilitate displaced persons from West Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon and Mozambique repatriates.
  11. Act as per The Press and Registration of Books Act. (Act. XXV of 1867)
  12. Protocal: Perform such duties that Collector assigns in connection with V.I.P visits.


  1. a. Inspect offices of revenue divisional officers and special deputy collectors.
  2. b. Do random inspection of subordinate officers.

Legal Matters Monitor the Suits and review all Legal Cases.

Small Savings Review the Collections under Small Savings and motivate the functionaries to convince the public to invest in small savings.


Decide on the following type of leases

  1. Lankas Leases including Kolleru Leases under Lankas Lease Rules and Kolleru Lease Rules respectively.
  2. Secunderabad Lease Lands under Secunderabad Land Administrative Rules.
  3. Leases of Railway Lands.
  4. All other Leases.

Land revenue and loans: -

(i) Land Revenue.
  1. Deal with Jamabandi and correspondence relating to Jamabandi
  2. Hear Jamabandi Appeals in Andhra Area.
  3. Hear appeals and Petitions under Revenue Recovery Act (Act II of 1864)
  4. The Andhra Pradesh Rent and Revenue Sales Act (Act VII of 1839)
  5. Perform the duties and exercise powers as Additional Collector under section 6(a) of the Andhra Pradesh (T.A) Land Revenue Act for Telangana only.
  6. Review the Record of Rights Work.

Land acquisition: -

Review the Land Acquisition work under The Land Acquisition Act (Central Act I of 1894). Inspect the Lands under acquisition; scrutinize the Valuation statements and Awards.

Assignment and transfer of land: -

Deal with

  1. Assignment of Lands, House sites (Political sufferers also)
  2. Transfer of land from one Classification to another.
  3. Transfer of Land from one department to another.

Act under The Andhra Pradesh Bhoodan and Gramdhan Act, 1965 (Act XII of 1965).

Alienation: - Deal with

  1. Alienation of Government Lands.
  2. Relinquishments.

Estates abolition: -

Pass orders under Estates Abolition Act 1948

Encroachments: -

Act under The Andhra Pradesh Land Encroachments Act(Act III of 1905).

Cinematography: -

Empowered to act under
  1. The Andhra Pradesh Cinemas (Regulation Rules 1962)
  2. The Andhra Pradesh Cinemas (Regulation Act, 1955)

Forests: - Encourage social forestry and deal with cases coming under relevant forest acts and rules.

Land reforms: -Pass orders under

  1. The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Tenancy and Agricultural Lands (Amendments) Act, 1964 (Act No. 6 of 1964).
  2. Andhra Tenancy Act, 1956.
  3. A.P.L.R(COAH) Act, 1973
  4. The Andhra Pradesh Occupants of Homesteads (Conferment of Ownership) Act, 1976 Act 21 of 1976.
  5. The Andhra Pradesh Inams Abolition Act, 1956.

Mines and minerals: -

Decide on Mining Leases, Licenses and certificate of approval for major and minor minerals and mines under the The Mines Act, 1952.and other concerned acts.

Fire accidents: -

Deal with fire accident cases and over see the rehabilitation. Miscellaneous acts and subjects: - In addition to the above activities function as per the powers conferred by the following acts

  1. The Income Tax Act.
  2. The Sales Tax Act.
  3. The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Atiyat Enquiries Act.


(As per G.O. Ms. No. 77 Revenue, dated 22.1.1968, as Amended from Time to Time)


Supervise day today functioning of the Collectors Office.

Public servants:

  1. Deal with disciplinary proceedings against Upper Division Clerks (U.D.Cs), Lower Division Clerks (L.D.Cs) and Typists working in the subordinate offices, when the punishment proposed is beyond the competence of Revenue Divisional Officers and Spl. Dy. Collectors.
  2. Hear the appeals preferred by U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs and Typists working in subordinate offices against the orders of Revenue Divisional Officers and Spl. Dy. Collectors.
  3. Sanction Increments to Dy. Tahsildars.
  4. Order on arrear claims of Dy. Tahsildars, U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs etc
  5. Order on Travel Allowance (T.A.) Bills of Dy. Tahsildars and correspondence relating thereto.
  6. Grant leave to U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs., Typists and Attenders in the District Establishment.
  7. Deal with service Matters relating to U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs., Typists and Last Grade Government servants.
  8. Deal with disciplinary proceedings against U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs., and Typists working in Collector’s Office.
  9. Deal with transfer and posting of U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs., Typists and attenders in the District Establishment.
  10. Appoint, Transfer and punish Attenders and Last Grade Government Servants in the Collector’s Office.
  11. Maintain Service Registers of the Collectorate Establishment.
  12. Maintain Personal Files of U.D.Cs, L.D.Cs., Typists attenders Last Grade Government Servants and other Establishment in Collectorate
  13. Conduct examinations – Public Service Commission and Technical Examinations.
  14. Deal with correspondence relating to T.A. Bills Non-Gazetted Establishment.
  15. Furnish annual Establishment Returns (as on April 1st) and Number Statements.
  16. Deal with education and medical Concessions.
  17. Deal with verification of Antecedents.
  18. Sanction Loans to Government Servants for House Building and Purchase of Vehicles to the Categories of Government Servants for whom the D.R.O. is competent.
  19. Hire vehicles to the Categories of Government Servants for whom the D.R.O. is competent.

Assistant and transfer of land: -

Deal with the transfer of Registry and The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Record of Rights in land Regulation 1358F.

Inams abolition of assignment: -

Act under the A.P Inams Abolition Acts 1956.

Suits: - Deal with

  1. PAUPER suits.
  2. Writing off irrecoverable Arrears of Pauper Stamp duty.

Buildings: -

  1. Requisition buildings and allot Government Buildings.
  2. Reserve Bungalows.
  3. Order for Tents.

Elections: -

  1. Deal with all Election matters except conduct of General Elections.
  2. Conduct Senate Elections.
  3. Conduct Cotton Market Committee Elections.

Prohibition: - Act under the

  1. The Prohibition Act (Act X of 1937)
  2. The Sales Tax Rules (Licenses).

Motor vehicles: -

  1. Deal with Correspondence of Motor Vehicles and Jeeps.
  2. Act under The Motor Vehicles Taxation Act.
  3. Survey and land records: - Decide under Section 90 of The Survey and Boundaries Act of 1923.

Stationary and furniture: -

  1. Deal with correspondence relating to Forms and Stationery and District Gazetteers.
  2. Oversee the maintenance of Furniture and Typewriters.

Budget: -

  1. Control Expenditure and Receipts through review.
  2. Reconcile Treasury and Department Figures.

Vital statistics.

Review and see that the information is collected under the following acts

  1. The Andhra Pradesh Registration of Births and Deaths Act
  2. The Andhra Pradesh Agricultural Pests and deceased Act (Act III of 1919).
  3. The Cattle deceases Act. (Act II of 1866).

Archaeology: -

Act under The Ancient Monuments Preservation Act (Central Act VII of 1904)

Epidemics: -

On advent of an epidemic, act under The Andhra Pradesh Public Health Act (Act III of 1939)

Endowments: -

Act under the relevant sections of the following acts

  1. The Andhra Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act, 1951.
  2. The Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Ares) Endowments and Escheats Regulation 1817.
  3. The Hyderabad Endowments Regulation 1349 F.
  4. The Hyderabad Endowments Rules.

Stamps: -

Deal with cases under

  1. The Indian Stamp Act of 1819.
  2. The Andhra Pradesh Court Fee and Suits Valuation Act, 1956 (Act VII of 1956).

Treasure trove: -

Act under The Indian Treasure Trove Act 1878 (Central Act VI of 1878).

Court of wards: -

Act under

  1. The Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Area) Court of Wards. Act I of 1902).
  2. The Andhra Pradesh (Telangana Area) Court of Wards Act 1305 F.

Audit reports

Look into audit reports and answer all audit objections.

Miscellaneous acts and subjects.

Work under the following acts and do the following miscellaneous functions

  1. The Workmen's Compensation Act.
  2. The Public Canals and Ferries Act.
  3. The Indian Factories Act.
  4. The Petroleum Act.
  5. The Central Excise Act.
  6. The Gaming Act.
  7. The State Employees Insurance Act.
  8. The Dramatic performance Act.
  9. The Pawn Brokers Act.
  10. The Places of public resort Act (Act II of 1382).
  11. The Rent Control Act.
  12. The Co-operative Societies Act.
  13. Deal with Postal Correspondence.
  14. Deal with Weights and Measures problems
  15. Deal with Fisheries issues.
  16. Give Local Administration Reports.
  17. Deal with Pilgrims and their problems during festivals .
  18. Grant Licenses for Cotton markets.
  19. Deal with Reserve Bank of India Correspondence.
  20. Deal with broadcasting issues.
  21. Deal with Revenue Deposits and Government Deposits
  22. Deal with Highways issues.
  23. Perform the duties assigned by the Collectors in connection with V.I.Ps' visits.
  24. Maintain Records and Record Room.
  25. Deal with Political Pensions.
  26. Coordinate with District Treasuries.
  27. Grant Educational Concessions.
  28. Maintain Rain gauges.
  29. Deal with official Language Correspondence.
  30. Give Domicile Certificates in Telangana Area only.
  31. Give Money Lending licenses – under Money Lenders Act
  32. Act under Indian Christian Marriages Act 1872.


The administrative officer has the following functions

  1. Deal with transfers, postings, leaves etc., of the staff including village establishment (excluding drawal of pay and allowances)
  2. Deal with disciplinary proceedings of the staff of Collectorate.
  3. Maintain office decorum and discipline.
  4. Maintain records and record room
  5. Do overall supervision on the Superintendents and the staff.
  6. Act as the drawing and disbursing officer of the Collectorate.
  7. Maintain cleanliness and facilitate for smoother public interface


The authorized Officer in every district monitors the work done by the different functionaries under A.P. Land Reforms (Ceiling on Agricultural Holdings Act, 1973) The work done by the different Officials is given below.

SNo Land Reforms R.D.O. M.R.O. M.R.I. Panchayat Secretary
1 Verification of declarations by declarant - Scrutiny with reference to records Assists M.RO Assists M.R.I
2 Publication of Notices Issues notification Forwards them to MRI for publication Causes publicity Assists MRI
3 Passing of Orders Passes orders U/s 9 of the Act. - - -
4 Service of orders - Forwards to MRI for service Serve the order Assists MRI
5 Selection of surplus land Issues direction for selection Verification and spot inspection Assist MRO Assist MRI
6 Passing of orders and taking over physical possession Issues directions Authorizes MRI Takes over possession by conducting panchanama Assists M.R.I
7 Safeguarding of lands Supervision Conducting periodical inspection Conduct of frequent inspection Assists MRI
8 Furnishing of LR particulars Called for particulars Furnishes particulars - Copies extracts
9 Fixation of compensation and payment Passes orders Effects payments - Proper identification of payee
10 Assignment of surplus land Convener of Assignment Committee Formulates proposals for issue of pattas Conducts Socio Economics survey Assist MRI

Generally the Revenue Division Officers act as the Land Acquisition officers. But when there is heavy land acquisition work then separate Land acquisition officers are appointed.

The duties of a land acquisition Officer are

  1. Begin with Joint Inspection before issue of DN & DD, and get the Sub-division Record scutinised.
  2. Initiate Draft Notification (DN) & Draft Declaration (DD) proposals with concurrence of Requisition Department.
  3. Conduct 5-A enquiry.
  4. Issue various notices to all the interested persons.
  5. Prepare PV Statement for Collector's approval.
  6. Prepare Draft Award for its approval by Collector.
  7. Pass Awards and pay Compensation.
  8. Adjust Accounts with Public Accounts Offices
  9. Submit Land Acquisition final Check Memos
  10. Scrutinize Section-18 Petitions & Reject/refer to the Civil Court with necessary records within 6 months.
  11. File counters in L.A.O. Petitions
  12. Adduce evidence before Civil Courts.
  13. Watch Trial of Cases and disposal
  14. Obtain Certified copies of Judgments and Decrees
  15. Obtain G.P. Opinion whether to file appeal or send decretal proposals
  16. Propose dropping/preferring Appeals/Special Leave Petitions (SLPs) where enhancements 50% and above within 90 days
  17. Submit Appeal material and parawise remarks in Original Petitions (O.Ps)/ Appeal/Writ Petitions (WPs)/ Writ Appeals (WAS)/Contempt Cases (CCs), SLPs.
  18. Pursue Court Cases in various courts
  19. File Additional Information as required by Government Pleader (GP) like delay condonation, grounds of appeal and counters.
  20. Re-determination of compensation U/s 28 A of L .A. Act.

The duties of various land acquisition staff are

Sl. Land Acquisition RDO/ SDC(LA) MRO/ SDTs MRI/
Panchayat Secretaries
1 Preliminary stage Joint Inspection Assists Identification of Lands Assists R.D.O. & MRO in identification of lands Assists the M.R.I
2 Verification of Revenue Records Preparation of DN and DD U/s 4(1) & 6 of the L.A.Act Supplies extracts of Revenue Records Assts MRO In preparation of extracts Revenue Records
3 Furnishes extracts of pahanies required for DN and DD DN and DD Stage Approves of DN and DD and transmit the same to the Collector Causes publication of DN and DD Publishes substance of DN and DD
4 Award Enquiry Issue 9(3) & 10 notification a) Furnishes Details of LRs, Tenancy, etc.,
5 Cause service of Notice U/s 9(3) & 10 on the Interested Parties.
Assists LAO in service of 9(3) & 10 notices. Obtain Sale data from Registration Department Serves notices U/s 9(3) and 10 on the claimants.
6 Award Stage Preparation of Draft award from JC’s approval. After passing of Award 12 (2) notices issued. Causes 12(2) notices served on the interested parties Serves 12(2) notices on parties. Delivers possession to Requisition Department Assists MRI to serve the notices U/s 12(2) on the claimants after passing the Award. Assists LAO in identification of the claimants at the time of payment of compensation. Assists the MRI in handing over possession to the Requisition Department.

The Tahsildar, Small Savings works directly under District Revenue Officer. He has to

  1. Coordinate with different functionaries in the District.
  2. Motivate the private agents who facilitate collections under small savings.
  3. Propagate the virtues of small savings, conduct meetings and mobilize the public to invest in small savings.
RDO Office Functions :-



General supervision and inspections:

Role as a statutory authority:

Divisional Officer shall perform the duties and functions assigned to him under the various Acts and Rules.

  1. Minimum Wages Act.
  2. A.P. (Telangana Area) Tenancy Act, 1950 / Andhra Area Tenancy Act, 1956 (as amended).
  3. The A.P. (Telangana) Inam Abolition Act, 1973.
  4. A.P. Pawn Brokers Acts, 1943.
  5. A.P. Land Encroachment Act, 1905.
  6. A.P. Occupants of Home stead Act, 1976.
  7. Indian Stamps Act, 1890 and A.P. Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, 1956.
  8. Appeals under Irrigation disputes.
  9. Appeals under Tree Patta Scheme.
  10. Grants of Licenses under Explosives Act, Petroleum products order, 1996 andArms Act, 1959.
  11. Dowry Act.
  12. A.P. ROR. Act, 1971.
  13. The Essential Commodities Act, 1955.
  14. The A.P. Land Grabbing (Prohibition) Act, 1969.
  15. A.P. Land Transfer Regulation Act, 1969.
  16. Cinematograph Act, 1955 Regulation thereon.
  17. A.P. Water Tax Act, 1988
  18. A.P. (T.A) Land Revenue Act, 1317 F.
  19. A.P. (T.A) Land Revenue Act, 1951.
  20. The Evacuee Property Act.
  21. Land Acquisition Act.

Role as revenue officer:

  1. Protect and safeguard Government land and properties including buildings, Irrigation sources, trees etc.,
  2. Monitor and review leases, transfer, alienation and Assignment of Government Lands and take suitable follow up action after due Inspections where necessary.
  3. Inspect encroachment and unauthorized occupation of ineligible Sivai Jamedars on Government lands and take suitable follow up action including action for cancellation of irregular assignment etc.,
  4. Check village Accounts, Azmoish of crops especially the cases where remission has been proposed.
  5. Conduct Jamabandi, Annual settlement of Village Accounts.
  6. During adverse Seasonal Conditions, ensure proper submission of proposals for grant of remission of land revenue.
  7. Inspect irrigation sources.
  8. Attend to general Land Acquisition work including follow up on completion of post award action.
  9. Dispose Appeals against the orders of appointments or punishments of Village Administrative Officers / Village Servants.

Magisterial functions

Exercise the powers of First Class Executive Magistrate conferred under provisions of Criminal procedure code and take such steps as are necessary for the maintenance of Law and Order.

Welfare and developmental duties:

  1. Sanctioning Old Act Pension, Widow Pension, Landless Agricultural Labour Pension, Drought Pension, National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS) and Physically handicapped Pension, as per rules.
  2. Monitoring State housing schemes, Adarana, Apathbandhu, Roshini, Cheyutha, and Deepam
  3. Monitoring Rythu Bazar and Agricultural Market Committee
  4. Implementing Land Purchase Scheme for SCs and SC farmers loaning programme
  5. Identification of Land & implementation of Rain fed Horticulture
  6. Implementation of rural sanitation schemes
  7. Monitoring programmes like Neeru-Meeru, Disabled Welfare and Women & Child Welfare.
  8. Selecting candidates under PMRY
  9. Attending to the work relating to rehabilitation of Pakistan / Burma / Bangladesh / Sri Lanka repatriates.
  10. Co-ordinating, monitoring and supervising the planning implementation and review of all developmental activities in the division.

General duties:

Attend to the Protocol duties like

  1. Reservation of Guest Houses
  2. Reception of VIPs- Accompaniment and send off
  3. Arrangement for State Functions and Fairs & Festivals
  4. Providing vehicles
  5. Providing security
  6. Communication of tour programmes
  7. Arranging press meets
  8. Arranging of meeting with VIPS
  9. Act as Accommodation Controller in the notified areas.
  10. Revise Electoral Rolls and discharge duties connected with elections as Returning Officer for Assembly Elections and Assistant Returning Officer for Parliament Elections.
  11. Conduct Local Body Elections
  12. Attend to other items of work conferred under relevant Boards standing orders and other non-statutory codes and Regulations.
  13. Do such other official work as may be entrusted by the Government / Commissioner of Land Revenue / Collector / Joint Collector from time to time.
  14. Co-ordinate vigilance and enforcement work of all departments at Divisional-Level
  15. Act under Bonded Labour Act,76, Child Labour Abolition Act and Minimum Wages Act

Review meetings:

Attend the following review meetings

  1. Assignment Committee
  2. Food Advisory Committee
  3. Divisional Coordination Committee
  4. Monthly Review of MROs in the division
  5. Collector/ Joint Collector's review
  6. Revenue Conferences


Enquire into

  1. Disciplinary cases of Public Servants
  2. Allegations against any Officer as directed by the Collector.


Conduct the following operations

  1. Population Census
  2. World Agricultural Census
  3. Minor Irrigation Census
  4. Live Stock Census

Civil Supplies:

  1. Appoint FP shop dealers
  2. Give Authorization to FP Shop dealers
  3. Renew of authorization
  4. Implement Deepam Scheme
  5. Implement Annapurna Scheme

Disaster Management

Take such preventive and relief measures as may be necessary to safeguard the lives and property during accidents, epidemics, Law and Order situations. Monitor the following situations and take appropriate steps to mitigate the disasters.

  1. Fire accidents
  2. Cyclones/Floods
  3. Hail storms
  4. Earth quakes
  5. Famine
  6. Drought
  7. Drinking water supply in scarcity area
  8. Fodder supply in drought areas
  9. Accidents
  10. Communal riots
  11. Extremist violence
  12. Gastro Enteritis (G.E.Cases)
  13. Japanese Encephalities (J.E.Cases)
  14. Cholera

Inter-departmental coordination

Coordinate with Medical and health Department in the following work

  1. Family Planning
  2. Promotion of spacing method
  3. Pre-marriage counseling
  4. Immunization
  5. Recruitment test for para-medical staff

Coordinate with Education Department in the following programmes

  1. Akashara Sankranthi
  2. Identification of dropouts
  3. Retention of dropouts
  4. Identification of Child labour
  5. Back to School
  6. Open school
  7. Bridge School
  8. Child labour School
  9. Summer Schools
  10. Continuous education centers
  11. Alternative schools
  12. Conduct of Public Examination/Common Entrances.
  13. Lisaioning District Selection Tests (DSC Tests)
  14. Women & Child Welfare Department
  15. Inspection of Aganwadi Centers
  16. Identification of beneficiaries under Girl Child Protection
  17. Formation of DWCRA Groups
  18. Disabled Welfare Department
  19. Sanction & distributing of PHC pension
  20. Distribution of aids

Perform the following functions under Janmabhoomi programme

  1. Organising, Liaisoning and Supervising the programme
  2. Grading the petitions
  3. Disposal of Individual Family Needs (IFN)/Non Financial Community Needs (NFCN)
  4. Reporting the total number of petitions and disposals
  5. Procurement & allotment of vehicles
  6. Give publicity and for practical purposes acting as defacto Nodal Officer for the entire division.

Clean and green:

Organise and supervise the Clean and green programme by giving due publicity

Women Empowerment:

  1. Monitor and Motivate the formation of DWCRA groups
  2. Monitor Girls child Protection Scheme
  3. Do the identification for (National Maternity Benefits Scheme) NMBS
  4. Review the Nutrition standards of the children in the Anganwadi Centers and inspect the Anganwadi centers.
  5. Form Mothers Committees
  6. Allot FP shops to Woman groups

Youth Empowerment:

  1. Monitor and facilitate the formation youth groups
  2. Organising of Games & Sports
  3. Identification for sanction of CMEY
  4. Monitoring the youth group activities

Promotion of Self-help groups:

Formation & motivation of:

  1. Water User Associations
  2. DWCRA groups
  3. Village Education Committee
  4. Water sheds
  5. Vana Samrakshna Samithis
  6. Yuva Shakti
  7. Mothers Committees

Promotion of NSS:-

  1. Appoint NSS Agents
  2. Achieve targets
  3. Motivate public for Savings
  4. Pay incentives to Agents
  5. Give Publicity to the scheme..

Grievance mechanism:

  1. Disposal of public petitions
  2. Review of disposal of grievances by Subordinate officers
  3. Receive Petitions referred by Higher Officials and Petitions referred by Public Representatives, acknowledge and enquire into them
  4. Monitor the disposal of Revenue Sadassulu petitions, Janmabhoomi petitions, and Chief Minister Petitions (CMPs)

Citizen Data Base:

  1. Monitor the maintenance and updation of MPHS data
  2. Monitor the maintenance of Land records data
  3. Issue caste certificate to selected castes.


The administrative officer has the following functions

  1. Deal with all the files that are sent to the RDO for orders.
  2. Furnish the progress reports on various items of review to the Collectorate.
  3. Maintain office decorum and discipline.
  4. Maintain records and record room
  5. Do overall supervision on the Superintendents and the staff.
  6. Act as the drawing and disbursing officer of the RDO Office.
  7. Maintain cleanliness and facilitate for smoother public interface


Deputy Tahsildar Land Revenue helps the RDO in Collection work under various acts in force. He has to coordinate with the Mandal Revenue Officers and Mandal Revenue Inspectors in this work and visit the Villages for Collections. He also has to do any other official work entrusted by the RDO.


  1. Supervises technical sections relating to correction of survey errors, boundary disputes, court cases, demarcation of lands etc.,
  2. Scrutiny of monthly periodicals on progress of work
  3. Review of Annual office inspection & Meeting GPs in court matters (Technical)
  4. Assists ADs/DDs in field inspections.
Tahsildar Office Functions :-



Job Chart for Mandal Revenue Officers

G.O.M.S.No. 3 (Rev (Serv-III) Dept. Dt. 05.01.1990 of Govt. of A.P., Hyd.)

  1. Exercise general control and supervision over the Mandal Revenue Inspectors, Village Assistants, Village Servants and other subordinate special staff, working at Mandal level.
  2. Review fortnightly Tour Diaries of Mandal Revenue Inspectors and Additional Revenue Inspectors.
  3. Conduct general enquiries coming within the purview of Mandal Revenue Officer.
  4. Attend Protocol duties.
  5. Issue Community/ Solvency/ Nativity/ Income/ Family members Certificates.
  6. Enforce authority at Mandal level over the Provisions, Rules and Manuals, issued by the Government from time to time.
  7. Exercise the functions of an Executive Magistrate including Law and Order and exhume dead bodies on requisition from Police.Arrange Patrol duty of railway lines in time of emergency.
  8. Implement provisions of Bonded Labour
  9. Inspect irrigation sources, raingauges and settle irrigation disputes.
  10. Grant permission to take water from irrigation for agricultural and industrial purposes.
  11. Appoint village servants
  12. Pass order on cases against village servants
  13. Inspect trees standing on Government Poromboke a d prevent illicit felling of trees.
  14. Inspect quarries and prevent illict quarrying.
  15. Sanction sub-divisions in Andhra Pradesh
  16. Lease salt lands and collect lease amounts on salt lands.
  17. Conduct Azmoish.
  18. Inspect survey marks.
  19. Inspect village chavidies, assignment cases, alienation cases, Lease cases,Encroachment cases, Waste Lands (Assessed or Unassessed),
  20. Pass orders in ‘B’ Memoranda land cases.
  21. Evict encroachments under Land Encroachment Act
  22. Assign lands for Agricultural/ house sites purpose.
  23. Confer pattas under Homestead Act.
  24. Issue tree pattas.
  25. Check village cash accounts and other important accounts maintained at village level.
  26. Fix Kist centres/ collection centres during kist season for collection of Water Tax.
  27. Collect land revenue loans, non agricultural assessment and all other miscellaneous dues to Government.
  28. Collect dues pertaining to other departments referred to Revenue Departments for collection under Revenue Recovery Act.
  29. Scrutinise and approve accounts prepared by the Village Assistant, Revenue Inspector for Jamabandhi.
  30. Inspect places effected by natural calamities and arrange relief works and disbursement of cash relief to the effected families.
  31. Process old age pension cases/ widow pension cases/ Agricultural labour pension cases/ physically handicapped pension cases.
  32. Verify old age pension cases / widow pension cases / Agricultural labour pension cases / Physically handicapped pension cases.
  33. Attend general Land Acquisition cases to the exent of powers conferred on MROs.
  34. Pass orders on Tenancy cases.
  35. Function as Asst. Returning Officer for Assembly constituency Asst. Electoral Registration Officer as far as General Elections are concerned.
  36. Make arrangements for free and fair conduct of elections.
  37. Deal with matters of public health and reporting of out-break of epidemics and cattle diseases.
  38. Verify Births and Deaths at Village level.
  39. Inspect Fair Price shops, Rice Mills.
  40. Attend to all items of Civil Supplies Work/ Public Distribution systems and issue of ration cards.
  41. Dispose applications under Debt Relief Act.
  42. Dispose applications under assigned lands prohibition of Alienation Act.
  43. Exercise such powers as conferred under Board Standing orders.
  44. Attend to the work relating to agricultural census/live stock census

General functions of MROs:

  1. Maintain MPHS Data, issue SSID after enquiry.
  2. Maintain Land Records Data in Land Records Maintenance and Information System(LRMIS)
  3. Appoint agents under
  4. National Savings Scheme and Mobilize Savings
  5. Format new Self Help Groups & monitor the survival of old group
  6. Identify eligible persons under Adarana scheme.
  7. Identify Physically Handicapped for grant of benefits.
  8. Identify benefits under IRDP.
  9. Persons under Girl Child Protection and Family Welfare.
  10. Identify, motivate and publicize Pulse Polio
  11. Inspect Social Welfare.
  12. Inspect Janmabhoomi Works.
  13. Enroll Children into schools.
  14. Attend Literacy Programme and Back to school programme.
  15. Identify and supervise Housing and IAY schemes.
  16. Attend Janmabhoomi and maintain NFCN & IFN records.


The Deputy Mandal Revenue Officer has the following functions

  1. Deal with all the files that are sent to the MRO for orders.
  2. Furnish the progress reports on various items of review to the RDO Office and Collectorate.
  3. Maintain office decorum and discipline.
  4. Maintain records and record room
  5. Do overall supervision on the Superintendents and the staff.
  6. Act as the drawing and disbursing officer of the MRO Office.
  7. Maintain cleanliness and facilitate for smoother public interface.


  1. Visit the Villages and fields.
  2. Review the revenue functions of Panchayat Secretaries.
  3. Verify Account No 1 to 12, cash accounts etc.
  4. Enquire into Pothi Cases.
  5. Update revenue registry.
  6. Inspect crops.
  7. Verify boundary marks.
  8. Substitute lost sheets of FMBs, Fair Adangals.
  9. Do 100% Azmoish.
  10. Enquire and settle irrigation disputes.
  11. Propose remission for irregular irrigation
  12. Propose for remission of Taxes under various acts during adverse seasonal conditions.
  13. Initiate demand survey for social welfare land acquisition, take over possession of land, involve in Award enquiry, pay compensation and incorporate changes.
  14. Identify beneficiaries under various schemes of housing and other development activities like. Annapurana and Anthyodaya, NSAP, Drought, PH, Widow Pensions etc.
  15. Recover loans and installments from beneficiaries under various schemes.
  16. Effect recoveries under RR Act, Pauper Stamp Duty, Indian Stamp Act and all collectable items under various acts.
  17. Process D1, D2, D3 for attachment of immovable properties.
  18. Issue Caste, Income, Anawari Certificate after due enquiry. Maintain the time frame for issue of these certificates. Insist on Proforma I to IV in 5C/5A doubtful cases and see the nativity in these cases.
  19. Inspect the Fair Price shop. Check the weights and registers like basic register , sales register etc. Inspect the stocks to see that quality is maintained. Exhibit price list and ensure timely opening of shops. Monitor the remittance of DDs and lifting of Stocks and door delivery. Book 6-A cases. Look into mediators reports.
  20. Mobilise national savings.
  21. Ensure that the beneficiaries under Land Reforms assignments are in continuous possession and recommend for issue of pattas in case all the installments are paid.
  22. Inspect the Inam Cases.
  23. Identify beneficiaries for assignment . Regularise Sivaijama occupations. Check violations of conditions under POTA Act .
  24. Evict unauthorised occupations.Ensure physical possession of the assignees in case of assigned lands.
  25. Recommend Legal aid to all SCs/STs.
  26. Give information for the Hand Book of Statistics.
  27. During elections give information on List of Polling Stations, routes, Route details, total electorate, sensitive villages etc.
  28. Help in conducting Population Census, World Agricultural Census (All Census matters) Cattle Census, Socio Economic Survey etc.
  29. During natural calamities like Fire Accidents, Cyclone, Floods, Thunder Bolts, Wild Animal Attacks, Loss of Life & Loss of property provide immediate relief and send reports
  30. Should be Aware of Rules, Control Orders, Land Acquisition manual, Alienation, Atrocities Manuals.
  31. Maintain P.Rs., Tour Diaries, Advance Tour Programmes.
  32. Conduct JAMABANDHI and Settle demand-calculations.
  33. Give notices under Non Agricultural Land Assessment (NALA) and collect dues.
  34. Attend miscellaneous works relating to Quarries, Forest Reserve, Forest offences etc..
  35. In Agency Administration deal with Civil & Criminal cases,
  36. Attend the work of Registration and Stamps, Treasury and Trove, Evacuee properties and Bhoodan lands
  37. Act as Recording Authorities, Enquire & Pass orders in case of Records of Rights.
  38. Conduct Auction of fruits trees, Tank fish, Tank beds

Additional Duties:

  1. Perform Protocol duties
  2. Enquire into Grievances & petitions under Janmabhoomi. Revenue Sadassulu, CMP, MLA MPs Petitions etc.,
  3. Act as Village Nodal Officer
  4. Participate in Literacy programme, Akshara Sankranthi, Rathri Badi, back to School, Summer School etc.
  5. Act as Invigilator in the Recruitment Exams
  6. Other duties assigned by MRO & higher officers.


The Assistant Statistical Officer is trained in Computer operation and he is responsible for maintaining all types of data relating to the Mandal. He is entrusted with the following functions

  1. Maintain data related to rainfall, crops and population.
  2. Conduct crop estimate tests.
  3. Inspects crops to submit crop condition details.
  4. Prepare periodical reports on births and deaths
  5. Assist the MRO in conducting livestock census, population census and other surveys taken up by the government from time to time.
  6. Send report on above items to the District collector after approval by MRO and later to the department of economics and statistics and planning department at government level


  1. Pointing out of ‘Field’ Lines / demarcation of boundaries on application & payment of prescribed fee (Rs. 100 for one field working day)
  2. Creation of SD on patta lands on payment of Rs. 100 per sub-division & SD of Assignment / Ceiling / LA / House Sites & land purchase schemes for agrl. purpose
  3. Incorporation of changes in FMB / Tippons and Village registers
  4. Renewal of missing stones at field & village level
  5. Preparation of layout for Rural & Urban Permanent Housing programmes & special housing programmes
  6. Measurement, mapping of subdivisions of L.A./Assgnt/ Ceiling /H.sites/ ROR. 100 SDs per annum
  7. Demarcation of lands on application from general public 40 petitions per annum
  8. Refixation, Encroachment, Layout plotting 100 days per annum


REVENUE DEPARTMENT – Village Administration – Functions relating to the Village Revenue Officers – Issue of revised Job chart – Orders – Issued.

Read the following:

  1. G.O.Ms.No. 195, Revenue (VA.I) Dept., dated 30.12.2006.
  2. G.O.Ms.No. 105, Revenue (VA.I) Dept., dated 31.01.2007.
  3. Representation of the A.P. VROs Association, dated 1.3.2007.
  4. Minutes of the meeting of the Group of Ministers held on 3.4.2007.
  5. G.O.Ms.No. 199, PR&RD (Mdl.II) Dept., dated 18.5.2007.
  6. Government Memo. No. 15590/VA.1/2007-2, dated 15.6.2007.
  7. From the CCLA, Hyderabad Lr.No. A3/24/2004-II, dated 20.6.2007.
  1. In the G.O. 1st read above orders were issued creating Revenue functionary at Village level under the exclusive administrative control of the Tashildar (MRO) to handle the work relating to Land Revenue matter at the Village level. In the G.O. 2nd read above orders were issued creating the post of Village Revenue Officer and the job chart to the Village Revenue Officers is also issued. It was also ordered to recast the Job chart of Panchayat Secretaries working Panchayat Raj Department by the PR&RD Department.
  2. The Cabinet Sub Committee consisting of Minister for Panchayat Raj, Minister for Revenue and Minister for Home, met on 3.4.2007 have approved the new Job chart of the Panchayat functionary i.e., Panchayat Secretaries of PR&RD Department as well as the modified Job chart of Revenue functionary i.e., Village Revenue Officers.
  3. In the G.O. 5th read above, the Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Department have issued revised Job chart to the Panchayat Secretaries of PR&RD Department as per the minutes of the meeting of the Group of Ministers held on 3.4.2007.
  4. The Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, Hyderabad in his Letter 7th read above has requested the Government to issue a notification relating to allocation of subjects to the Village Revenue Officers as per the minutes of the meeting of the Group of Ministers held on 3.4.2007.
  5. Government after careful examination hereby decided to issue the revised Job chart of the Village Revenue Officers of Revenue Department in modification of the Job chart issued in G.O. 2nd read above, as follows:
    1. General Administrative / Revenue Duties:
      1. Maintenance of Village revenue record sand all Village revenue Accounts promptly and accurately.
      2. Collection of Land Revenue, Cessee, Taxes and other sums pertaining to Revenue department.
      3. Azmoish of crops (100%) inclusive of inspection of survey stones.
      4. Issue of Certificates: The Village Revenue Officers shall issue the following certificates in their respective Villages duly following the procedure:
        1. Nativity certificate and Solvency certificate
        2. Residence Certificate
        3. Pahani / Adangal extracts
      5. Provide intimation regarding fire accidents, floods cyclone and other accidents and calamities to the higher officials whenever and wherever they occur and provide assistance to the Revenue Officials in assessing loss sustained because of natural calamities and in providing relief.
      6. Inform the Railway Station Master of any mishap or unusual occurrence of floods that might need urgent action to prevent mishap.
      7. Preparation of pay bills of Village Servants.
      8. Maintenance of Village Chavadies.
      9. Protection of Government lands, Government tanks, trees and other Government properties and take effective steps to safeguard the interest of Government.
      10. Inform promptly to the higher officials in respect of treasure trove and unclaimed property and escheat.
      11. Intimate the Mandal Revenue Officer/Tahsildar of any intended demolition of ancient buildings and any inscriptions on any such ancient monuments which would have archaeological, cultural heritage importance.
      12. Preserve and safeguard Government lands and properties form encroachments, damage or misuse include the lands available to the public, such as, roads, streets and open spaces in and near their villages.
      13. Report encroachments damage or misuse of Government lands and damage to Government property promptly to the Mandal Revenue Officer/Tahsildar and take effective follow-up action.
      14. Provide assistance to the concerned authorities while issuing the proceedings under the provisions of Revenue Recovery Act by obtaining property details.
      15. Assist the authorities in serving of legal notices and summons.
      16. Cause beat of tom-tom and adopt other methods for infoming people about events.
      17. Assist in loan recoveries.
      18. Conduct Panchanama in recovery of un-claimed property.
      19. Keep Government attached property in safe custody.
      20. Assist in preparation, updation of electoral rolls and perform other election duties as the government may direct.
      21. Attend the meetings convened by Gram Panchayat in their jurisdiction and on request to furnish information relating to sanction of pensions, number of ration cards in circulation, house site pattas distributed and on other matters relating to Revenue Administration.
      22. Assist Andhra Pradesh Transaction Corporation in its operations at village level and inform about the theft, pilferage of electricity to the concerned authorities.
      23. Act as “Inspector” under Minimum Wages Act, 1948 as and when notified by the Competent Authority.
      24. A Village Revenue Officer when called upon to do so, produce the account, registers and other records, maintained by him or which are in his custody for inspection of any revenue official or any other officer authorized by the Collector, RDO or Tahsildar. Except when called upon to produce his accounts and other records as mentioned above, the Village Revenue Officer shall keep the accounts, registers and records in his personal custody.
      25. In the event of transfer / suspension / removal / dismissal / retirement or proceeding on leave other than casual leave, he shall hand over all the accounts, registers, records and the like to the person duly appointed by the competent authority or authorized to take charge by the Tahsildar.
    2. Police functions:
      1. Give prompt information to the police Department regarding murders, suicides, unnatural deaths and other important developments which may threaten peace in the village.
      2. Inform the police of strangers of suspicious appearance who have entered and taken refuge in the village.
      3. Prevent the commission of any offence or public nuisance.
      4. Take measures to bring the offenders to justice.
      5. Search for stolen property and bring to the Police Station.
      6. Preserve in-tact the scene of offence.
      7. Take charge of unclaimed property and send to the Policy Station.
    3. Community Welfare and Development:
      1. Assist the concerned government department in the implementation of important Government programmes such as Indiramma Prabha, Indira Kranthi Pathakam, National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme etc.,
      2. Furnish data on income levels of persons in the village prepared on the basis of government guidelines issued in that regard from time to time.
      3. Do necessary documentation and assist in the implementation of Weaker Section Housing Programme.
      4. Report on the atrocities against women and children to the authorities concerned and take action within 24 hours.
      5. Report cases of atrocities against Schedule Castes & Schedule Tribes to the authorities concerned & provide assistance to them.
      6. Strive for eradication of un-touchability of providing access to Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes in Temples, and removal of discrimination in all forms against the schedule caste population.
      7. Report any outbreak of communicable disease especially Malaria, Japanese Encephalitis and Gastroenteritis to the nearest Primary Health Centre immediately.
      8. Attend meetings of Village Tribal Development agencies and assist them in preparation of micro plans and in implementing them.
      9. Assist the Education department in conducting the literacy classes.
      10. Assist in reconciliation of estimates of crop coverage with Azmoish figure for reconciling the crop area for crop insurance scheme.
      11. Assist the department of Agriculture in implementing its programmes and disseminating extension information.
      12. Assist in maintenance of agriculture statistics.
      13. Assist in giving information to the concerned officials about any black market sales of seeds, fertilizers and pesticides.
      14. Assist in maintenance of house hold data of weavers both within and outside Co-operation fold and their economic status.
      15. Issue Dependency Certificate for handloom weavers if any desired.
      16. Function as Marriage Officer for the cluster of village under the Act for the compulsory registration of marriages in the State (Act No. 15 of 2002)
    4. Miscellaneous:
      1. Perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Government, Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, Collector, Revenue Divisional Officer, Mandal Revenue Officers / Tahasildar or any authorized in this behalf.
  6. The Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, Hyderabad all the District Collector in the State shall take necessary further action in the matter accordingly.