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(i)The particulars of organisation, functions and duties:-


        The Registration and Stamps Department is one of the oldest departments of

the State Government tracing its origin to the year 1860.             This Department

administers mainly the Indian Registration Act, 1908 and the Indian Stamp Act,

1899 along with eight other Acts like Marriage Act, Societies Act, Chit Fund Act etc.,

                        FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT

   1.   Registration   of   documents    (Testamentary     &   Non-Testamentary)   by

        administering Registration Act along with enforcement of certain relevant

        provisions under Income Tax Act U.L.C., Act, A.P.Assigned Land Act, Agency

        Lands Transfer Prohibition Act Land Ceiling Act ,The Transfer of Property

        Act,1882, The Indian Contract Act 1872, The Indian Trust Act 1882, The

        Specific Relief Act 1877,The Contonment Act 1926,The Destruction of

        Records Act 1917, and The A.P. Cooperative Societies Act 1964 Etc.,

   2.   Collection of registration fee as per the table of fee prescribed.

   3.   Collection of stamp duty administering the Indian Stamp Act.

   4.   Prosecution of defaulters under Section 64 & 64-A of Indian Stamp Act.

   5.   Audit of Public Offices to unearth the leakage of stamp duty and collection of

        the amount under Section 73 of Indian Stamp Act.,

   6.   Adjudication, impounding and validation of documents under the provisions

        of Indian Stamp Act.

   7.   Calculation and determination of Market Value on local enquiries, post-facto

        spot inspections of properties through the enforcement of Market Value


   8.   Distribution and sale of stamps through department stamp sale counters.

   9.   Collection of Transfer Duty and allocation of Transfer Duty to the local

10. Licensing of Document Writers and control of their activities.

11. Renewals of Licenses of stamp vendors, payment of commission and control

    of their activities.

12. Issue of certified copies for the documents registered.

13. Issue of encumbrance Certificates.

14. Preservation of copies of documents and title records.

15. Registration of partnership firm, administering of Indian Partnership Act and

    maintenance of records.

16. Registration of Societies under Societies Registration Act, 2001 and

    maintenance of records.

17. Registration of marriages under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and maintenance

    of records.

18. Solemnization and Registration of Marriages under Special Marriage Act and

    maintenance of records.

19. Preservation and maintenance of records under Indian Christian Marriage

    Act, 1872.

20. Preservation and maintenance of records under Parsi Marriage Act.

21. Administration of Notaries Act, 1952, processing of issue and renewal of

    licences of Notaries and Inspection of notarial records and collection of

    deficit stamp duty and control notarial activities.

22. Administration of Non-Trading Companies Act, 1962.

23. Administration of A.P.Chit Fund Act.

(ii) The powers and duties of its officers and employees:-

                           STRUCTURE OF THE DEPARTMENT

(a) The department is under the ministry of revenue and at Secretariat level it is
   under the administrative control of Principal Secretary to Government,
   Revenue who is assisted by Joint/Deputy Secretary.

(b) The Commissioner and Inspector General is the head of the department who
   is assisted by one Joint I.G., three Deputy Inspectors General and five
   Asst.Inspectors General and one A.D.R. in head office, at the State
   headquarters 22 sections headed by Grade-I, Grade-II SRs assisted by 42
        Sr.Assistants 44 Jr.Assistants 12 Typists manage the administration of

     (c) At the regional level there are six Deputy Inspectors General each assisted
        by one A.D.R., One Sub-Registrar, four Sr.Assistants, four Jr.Assistants and
        one typist and 2 Attenders.       A Vigilance Officer in the rank of District
        Registrar assisted by one Sr.Assistant, One Attender is also functioning at
        regional level.
        At the regional level there are six Flying Squads consisting of one Deputy
       Collector One A.D.R and one Dy.Executive Engineer.
     (d) There are 28 Registration Districts in 23 Revenue Districts.       The District
        Administration is headed by District Registrar assisted by A.D.R. and two
        Joint Sub-Registrars and ministerial staff.
        At Hyderabad, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam there are posts of District
        Registrar (Audit) assisted by one Sub-Registrar and Sr.Assistant.
     (e) Sub District Level: there are 387 Sub-Registrar Offices in the State, each
        headed by Sub-Registrar, either Grade-I or Grade-II. The Sub-Registrar, is
        assisted by two Jr.Assistants, two Attenders, and three Temporary Section
        Writers in certain offices.   Assistance of one Sr.Asst is also given in some


     1. Commissioner and Inspector General of Registration and Stamps:
        He is the Head of the Department.       He exercises general superintendence
over all the registration offices and makes rules consistent with the Registration
Act. He is the Chief Controlling Revenue Authority under Indian Stamp Act, 1899.
He is Ex-Officio (i) Registrar of Firms (ii) Registrar General of Births, Deaths and
Marriages (iii) Registrar of Non-Trading Companies (iv) Registrar of Societies under
A.P. (Telangana area) Public Societies Registration Act, 1350 F,       (v) Director of
Chits (vi) Competent authority under the Notaries Act, 1952. He is the appointing
authority in respect of Assistant District Registrar.
2.      All other officers in the Head Quarters office assist the Commissioner and
Inspector General of Registration and Stamps in administering the various Acts by
the departmental functionaries.

        He is the administrative head of the entire Zone.       He is the appointing
authority in respect of Sub-Registrars Grade-I & II and Senior Assistants. He is the
appellate authority in respect of service matters upto the level of Junior Assistants
and in respect of licenced Stamp Vendors and Document Writers.               He is the
authorized Officer to undertake stamp Audit of Public Offices under Section 73 of
Indian Stamp Act.       He is the Inspecting Officer of the records maintained by


       They are In-charge of District Administration. They administer various Acts
including Indian Registration Act and Indian Stamp Act.     They are the inspecting
Officers of Sub-Registry Offices.    They are Appointing Authorities in respect of
Junior Assistants, Shroffs, Attenders and Section Writers. They undertake internal
audit of Sub-Registry Offices and monitor the implementation of the Market Value
Scheme.       They are inspecting Officers of the notarial records.   They are also
entrusted with the regular enquiry under A.P.C.C. (CC&A) Rules, 1991 against the
Sub-Registrars and their staff.


       They are responsible for the Vigilance and enforcement in their respective
zones. They undertake surprise visits in order to check the irregularities in Sub-
Registry Offices. They undertake preliminary enquiries into the complaints made by
the public and maintain liaison between the public and the department.          They
undertake inspection of Notarial records, super checks of properties in the
documents registered and Stamp Audit under Section 73 of Indian Stamp Act.


       They conduct post audit of the registered documents and detect leakage of

       They assist the Deputy Inspectors General / District Registrar in day to day
administration.     They are Drawing and Disbursing Officers in their respective
offices.    They conduct Superchecks / post-facto spot inspection of properties and
inspect Notarial records as may be prescribed by the officer concerned.


       They play pivotal role in the department. They are the officers at field level
who serve the public and discharge their functions under various acts including
Indian Registration Act and Indian Stamp Act. They are the custodians of records
relating to the Title Deeds of properties, required to be preserved for eternity.
They are Ex-Officio Stamp Vendors.      They collect Transfer Duty and allocate the
same to the Panchayats every month. They are Drawing and Disbursing Officers in
their respective offices.
(iii)   the Procedure followed in the decision making process, including
        channels of supervision and accountability:

             Sub-Registrar is a registering officer appointed by the Registration Act
        and he will have to take independent decision on the classification of the
        documents, chargeability of stamp duty and Registration fee. If he has any
        doubt regarding classification of the document, he may seek clarificatory
        orders from the District Registrar.
             If the District Registrar has a doubt regarding classification of the
        document, which were referred to him u/s 31 of I.S.Act, he may submit the
        reference to the CCRA u/s 56(2) of I.S.Act. If CCRA felt any doubt regarding
        classification of the document, he may refer to the Hon’ble High Court of A.P.
        for final decision on the classification of the documents.
             At district level recruitment of Junior Assistant, Attenders, and the
        service    maters     will    be      dealt   by    the      District   Registrar
        and exercise over all supervision on all Sub-Registrar Offices in the district.
        He will conduct annual Inspection for every year and submit report to the
        Deputy Inspector General. The Deputy Inspector General in turn reviews the
        report and pass final orders on the paras of the Annual Inspection Report.
        Further he will supervise the work of Internal Audit Subregistrar and take
        final decision on the paras of the Internal Audit Report.
             Deputy Inspector General is the Regional Officer who will control and
        supervise all the districts in his region. He is the appointing and disciplinary
        authority on the Sub-Registrars and Senior Assistants.
            Vigilance Officers are specially appointed for arresting the corruption
        activities and see that Citizen Charter is implemented. He is directly under
        control of Commissioner & I.G (R&S). His Super Check reports will be
        submitted to the Deputy Inspector General and Commissioner & I.G (R&S).
             Audit Registrar will conduct the Internal Audit of some important offices
        and submit the report to the Deputy Inspector General. Deputy Inspector
        General will review the report and final orders will be passed.
             Commissioner & Inspector General of Registration & Stamps shall
        exercise general superintendence over all the Registration Offices in the state
        and shall have powers from time to time make rules consistent with the
        Registration Act. He is vested u/s 69 of the Indian Registration Act.
            All the officers in the Commissioner & Inspector General of Registration &
        Stamps office, Assistant Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, Joint
        Inspector General will assist the Commissioner & I.G (R&S) in decision
        making process.
(iv) The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions:-

       Citizen’s satisfaction is most important in Good Governance.        In order to

propel the Good Governance. Citizen Charter is introduced in all the Departments

having large public interface to achieve the objective of Good Governance.

       The following steps have been taken to implement the Citizen Charter on top

priority basis.

       1. Citizen Charter is placed on Notice Boards at all offices of Deputy

          Inspector General (R&S), District Registrar and Sub-Registrar Offices

          particularly at “ May I help you “ counter besides at places of large public

          interface to create public awareness and to invite their suggestions.

       2. “ Suggestion Box “ is installed at each Sub-Registrar Office as a sort of

          feedback mechanism on deficiencies, if any.

       3. Public awareness is created by distributing the brochures / pamphlets /

          feed back forms on Citizen Charter.

       4. Website address is popularized among the Citizens to know more details

          about the department and to go through Frequently Asked Questions on


       5. Information is displayed with the following details like;

              (a) Our department has a Citizen Charter / Feed back form.

              (b) In case of difficulty or delay in services pleases contact District

                  Registrar / Deputy Inspector General (R&S) / Vigilance Officer and

                  give a complaint.

              (c) Visit our Website for more details our Website


       6. The service standards regarding registration of Marriages, Societies and

          Firms shall also be put on Notice Board at all District Registrar Offices.

       7. District Registrars in the Districts and Vigilance Officer in the Zone are

          appointed as Nodal Officers to monitor, coordinate and integrate with field

          level functionaries.
         8. Small stamp with brief details of Citizen charter is affixed on all the

                deliverables to clientele, like receipts, check slips etc.,

         9. Feed back forms duly filled in shall be obtained from the registering


         10. Wide publicity is given on the availability of document writing software at

                Sub-Registrar Offices.

         11. Citizen Charter is being modified from time to time, based on the study of

                implementation of Citizen Charter in the field offices viz., Sub-Registrar


         12. Top priority is being taken on the exit poll results communicated by the

                Centre for Good Governance and immediate remedial action is taken over

                deficiency is pointed out and strive to improve the image of the


(v)       The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it
   or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its
          The department deals with the following Acts: -
         (i)       Registration Act, 1908.
         (ii)      Indian Stamp Act, 1899
         (iii)     Notaries Act, 1952.
         (iv)      Hindu Marriage, Special Marriage and Indian Christian Marriage Acts.
         (v)       Indian Partnership Act, 1962.
         (vi)      A.P.Societies Registration Act 35 of 2001.
         (vii)     A.P.Non Trading Companies Act, 1962.
         (viii) A.P.Chit Funds Act, 1971
            Appointment of Director of Chits, Inspecting Officer, Registrar and
Chit Auditors: -

   (1)          The Government may, by notification appoint a Director of Chits and as
                many Inspecting Officers and Registrars as may be necessary for the
                purpose of discharging the duties imposed upon the Director of Chit, the
                Inspecting Officers and the Registrars by or under this Act.

   (2)          The Director of Chits may appoint as many Chit Auditors as may be
                necessary for the purpose of discharging the duties imposed upon the Chit
                Auditors by or under this Act.
   (3)     All Inspecting Officers, Registrars and Chit Auditors shall discharge the
           duties imposed upon them by or under this Act, under the general
           superintendence and control of the Director of Chits.

   (4)     If the Registrar is of the opinion that accounts of any chit are not properly
           maintained and that such accounts should be audited; it shall be lawful
           for him to have such accounts audited by a Chit Auditor. It shall be the
           duty of the foreman of the chit concerned to produce before the Chit
           Auditor, all accounts, books and other records relating to the chit, to
           furnish him such information as may be required and to afford him all
           such assistance and facilities as may be necessary or reasonable and may
           be required in regard to the audit of the accounts of the chit.

   (5)     The foreman shall pay to the Chit Auditors such fees as may be prescribed
           for the audit of the accounts of a chit under sub-section (4).

   The concerned officers are followed their duties as per A.P Chit Fund Act, 1971.
(vii) A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or
         under its control
Sub-Registrar Office level:-The following documents are available at Sub-Registrar
Office level and shall get copies of such documents by paying the requisite fee
fixed by the Government and subject to the restrictions laid down in the
Registration Rules.
Book I documents: Documents of which registration is compulsory u/s 17 of
Book II documents: It is register of refusals.
Book III documents: Will and Authority to adopt.
Book IV documents: GPA: Adoption Deeds and other documents which registration
                      is optional and miscellaneous in nature.
Market Value guidelines are available with Sub-Registrar and open to public, to
elicit the information regarding the Market Value of the lands. It is an important
document to the public. Will enquiry reports and file of appeal orders and
judgements are maintained in the Sub-Registrar Office.
District Registrar Office: All Annual Inspection Reports are maintained by the
District Registrar. Appeals against the orders of the Sub-Registrar in case of refusal
to register will be entertained by the District Registrar and he conducts further
enquiry and such enquiry reports are available with the District Registrar.
           Sealed covers (Will) be preserved by the District Registrar under his direct
supervision and copies of such Wills after opening of the Sealed cover available to
the public subject to the Registration Rules.
V.O.& District Registrar (Audit): Vigilance officers surprise inspection reports of
Sub-Registrar offices will be available with Vigilance Officer and Internal Audit
Reports will be available with District Registrar (Audit).
Commissioner & I.G (R&S)’s office:-,The following documents are available at
Commissioner & I.G (R&S),’s office:-
1.Appeals u/s 56(2) of I.S. Act.
2.Notary Inspection Reports of the District Registrar.
3.Register of sale of stamps in Commissioner & I.G (R&S),’s Public Counters and
Vendor’s counters.
(vii) The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with,
or representation by the members of the public in relation to the
formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.

      The market value assistance is made available to the public in all registration
offices. The market values were fed into the systems, and a citizen can access the
same in any office and the duty payable on the instruments therein. These values
are placed on web site also.
The particulars requiring for registration, i.e. Market Value and the Software
required for chargeability etc. are        incorporated in the systems. Feedback
mechanism was also provided in the Website for giving any suggestions or
modifications by citizens.

(viii) A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies
consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose
of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils,
committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such
meetings are accessible for public.

      The Committees constituted vide G.O.Ms. No.301, Revenue (Registration.I)
Dept., Dated 4.5.1998 for the purpose of the rectification of anomalies in the
market values fixed by the Committees.              If any anomaly noticed by the
departmental officials or representation from any public, the Convenor shall make a
note to the Chairman of the Committee and other members too for their appraisal.
The decision of the Committee shall be sent to the Commissioner and Inspector
General of Registration and Stamps for its approval.

             The following authorities competent to prepare the Market Value
Guidelines in different areas.

      (a)    Urban Areas : -       i.e. areas falling within the jurisdiction   of
Municipality/Municipal Corporations, Urban Development Authorities, Municipalities
and Notified areas including the Gram Panchayat falling within their master plan
areas and Urban Agglomeration areas.
Chairman:- Joint Collector of the District.

Members:-      (i)   Commissioner of     Municipal    Corporation   or   his   authorised

             (ii)    Vice-Chairman of Urban          Development    Authority    or   his
                     authorised representative;

             (iii)   Chief Executive Officer of the Zilla Parishad (Chief Planning
                     Officer in respect of Hyderabad District).

             (iv)    Commissioner of Municipality.

Convenor: - Assistant District Registrar, Office of the District Registrar

(b) In respect of Secunderabad Cantonment:

Chairman: - District Collector, Hyderabad.

Members:-(i)         Joint Collector, Hyderabad

             (ii)    Chief Executive Officer of Secunderabad Cantonment Board.

             (iii)   Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Praja Parishad, Ranga Reddy

Convenor: - Assistant District Registrar, Hyderabad.

(c) Rural Areas: i.e., areas falling within Gram Panchayat (other than the Gram
Panchayat falling within the areas covered by the master plan of any Municipal
Corporation or Municipality, Notified Nagar Panchayat falling in the Urban
agglomeration of any Urban Development Authority).

Chairman: - Revenue Divisional Officer concerned.

Members: -      (i) Mandal Revenue Officer concerned.

             (ii)    Mandal Development Officer concerned.

Convenor: - Sub-Registrar concerned.

d)    For revision of construction rates of buildings, apartments and
      structures for the entire State.

Chairman: - Joint Inspector General, Office of the Commissioner & Inspector
General of Registration & Stamps, A.P., Hyderabad.

Members: -Superintending Engineer, Office of the Chief Engineer (R&B) A.P.,

Convenor: -Deputy Inspector General (Market Value), Office of the
Commissioner & Inspector General of Registration and Stamps, A.P., Hyderabad.
(ix)    a directory of its officers and employees;


       If there is any delay in the delivery of our services as committed
through this charter, we want to know about it contact, or the following
officers. Please help by contacting.

Name                          Designation                Phone/                    Address
a) Sri Lal Rosem, IAS.        Commissioner and           040- 23449157   H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate,
                              Inspector General of                       Golconda “X” Road,
                              Registration and Stamps                    Musheerabad,
                              ,                                          Hyderabad-500 020.
b) Sri C.Tirumala Rajan       Joint Inspector            040-23449156    H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate,
                              General(R&S) FAC                           Golconda “X” Road,
                                                                         Hyderabad-500 020.
c) Sri V. Ravi Kumar,         I/c. Deputy Inspector      0891- 2569329   H.No: 50-50-35/10,
                              General(R&S)                               Seethammadhara,
                              Visakhapatnam.                             Visakhapatnam.–530 016.

Sri A. Subramanyam Naidu      Vigilance Officer, Zone-   0891- 2569329   H.No: 50-50-35/10,
                              I. Visakhapatnam.                          Seethammadhara,
                                                                         Visakhapatnam.–530 016.

d) Sri K.Jayarami Reddy,      I/c.Deputy Inspector       08812 252968    H.No: 24-A-15-7,
                              General(R&S), Eluru.                       Ashoknagar,
Sri K. Samba Murthy,          Vigilance Officer, Zone-   08812 252968    H.No: 24-A-15-7,
                              II, Eluru.                                 Ashoknagar,
e) Sri J.Lokanadha Reddy,     I/c. Deputy Inspector      0863 2232591    D.No.3-27-13,
                              General(R&S), Guntur.                      Ravindranagar,
Sri C. Sundaraiah,            Vigilance Officer Zone-    0863 2232591    D.No.3-27-13,
                              III, Guntur.                               Ravindranagar,
f) Sri B. Narasimha Murthy,   I/C Deputy Inspector       08518- 230723   10/101, Sri Krishna Nagar,
                              General(R&S) Kurnool                       Kurnool – 518 001.
Sri D.Prashantha Kumar,       Vigilance Officer-Zone-    08518- 230723   10/101, Sri Krishna Nagar,
                              IV, Kurnool                                Kurnool – 518 001.
g) Kum. Sk. Ashrafunnisa      I/C Deputy Inspector       0870-           H.No.2/725/1-3, Sridhar
Begum,                        General(R&S),Zone –V,      23449155        Complex, Circuit House
                              Warangal                                   Road, K.L.N.Reddy Colony,
                                                                         Warangal - 506 001
Sri A. Giri Kumar ,           Vigilance Officer          0870-           H.No.2/725/1-3, Sridhar
                              Zone-V, Warangal           23449155        Complex, Circuit House
                                                                         Road, K.L.N.Reddy Colony,
                                                                         Warangal - 506 001
h) Sri G.Subba Raidu          I/c. Deputy Inspector      040-23449166    6th Floor, Chandra Vihar,
                              General(R&S), zone VI,                     M.J.Road, Hyderabad-1.
Sri M.Udayabhaskara Rao,      Vigilance Officer –        040- 23449155   H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate,
                              Zone-VI,                                   Golconda “X” Road,
                              Hyderabad.                                 Musheerabad,
                                                                         Hyderabad-500 020.

i) Web-site Addresses:
(x)   The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers
      and employees, including the system of compensation as
      provided in its regulations
Sl.No.   Name of the Employee/Designation      Gross Salary


1        Sri Lal Rosem, C&I.G of R&S           42,317

2        Sri M.Syam Kishore, Jt.I.G            27,205

3        Sri C.Tirumala Rajan, D.I.G(R&S)      28,592

4        Sri C.Padmanabha Murthy, D.I.G(Law)   23,964

5        Sri K.Ram Babu, A.I.G-I               28,885

6        Sri J.Narsa Reddy, A.I.G-II           25,810

7        Sri M. Udaya Baskar Rao, V.O          19,852

8        Sri M. Venkatarajesh, A.I.G(Firms)    19,531

9        Sri A.Ravindranath, A.I.G(Card)       16,606

10       Sri K.Gundu Rao, S.R/Supdt.,          18,242

11       Smt Ch.Gnana Kumari, S.R/Supdt.,      18,766

12       Smt.A.Venkateswara Kumari, S.R/Supdt 10,392

13       Sri Abdul Karim, S.R/Supdt.           13,360

14       Sri G.V.K.Murthy, S.A                 9,493

15       Sri Md.Ishaq, J.A                     8,112

16       Sri Md.Zaheer Ahmed, Sr.Steno         8,829

17       Sri A.Madhusudhan Rao, J.A            6,533

18       Sri K.Prasada Rao, S.A                8,192

19       Sri M. Kareem, S.R/Supdt              13,350

20       Sri G.Venkata Swamy, Attender         9,198

21       Sri Khaja Afzal, Driver               8,130

22       Sri Vijaya Ratna Kumar, S.A           9,503

23       Sri R.Tulasi Das, J.A                 7,354

24       Sri K.Bhaskar Rao, J.A                6,854

25       Kum. Y.Rajamani, S.A                  7,905

26       Sri E.Pandu, J.A                      13,315

27       Sri B.Yadaiah, J.A                    12,916
28   Sri A.Satyanarayana, S.A               9,273

29   Sri V.Venkateswara Rao, S.A            9,523

30   Sri G.Tyaga Raju, S.A                  12,563

31   Sri N.Chandraiah, R.A                  9,193

32   Sri A.Sudarshan, R.A                   8,361

33   Sri V.S.M.A.R.Krishnamacharyulu, S.A   7,401

34   Shaik Nazeer Ahmed, Roneo Operator     8,912

35   Sri M.A.Jabbar, J.A                    8,609

36   Sri M.V.Ratna Sarma, J.A               9,815

37   Sri R.Satish Kumar, J.A                7,905

38   Sri N.Sree Ramulu, S.A                 9,553

39   Sri T.Hanumantha Rao, Attender         5,964

40   Sri K.Yadaiah, Attender                5,239

41   Sri G.Sravan Kumar, Attender           4,139

42   Sri Shaik Ahmed, Chowkidar             8,361

43   Smt P.Manemma, Attender                7,865


44   Sri B.Govinda Rao, Attender            7,865

45   Sri A.Brahmaiah, J.A                   8,112

46   Smt.B.Shanta, Shroff                   12,070

47   Sri M.Bikshapathi, Driver              11,228

48   Sri M.Purya, S.A                       7,021

49   Sri K.Chandu, Attender                 5,964

50   Sri P.Yadagiri, Attender               5,964

51   Sri G.Satyanarayana Prasad, Shroff     6,694

52   Sri Y.K.Nanda Kishore, S.A             9,523

53   Sri P.Chandra Sekhar, Shroff           6,573

54   Sri B.Sanjeevaiah, S.A                 7,657
55   Sri Md.Yaseen, J.A                 7,419

56   Sri D.Kodandam, Shroff             6,374

57   Sri G.Paradesi, J.A                10,035

58   Sri J.Shyam Rao, Attender          7,905

59   Sri T.P.Alwar Swamy, S.A           10,279

60   Sri T.S.N.Prasad, S.R/Supdt.,      10,812

61   Sri B.Narasimha, J.A               11,309

62   Sri C.Agamaiah, Shroff             11,709

63   Sri S.Nasir, J.A                   6,863

64   Sri G.V.S.S.Shastry, S.R/Supdt.,   13,346

64   Sri J.Suraj Singh, Shroff          6,294

65   Smt Y.V.D.Koteswaramma             9,503

66   Sri Md.Sayeed, Shroff              6,129

67   Smt.M.B.Hemalatha, S.A             9,223

68   Smt.R.Tulasi, S.R/Supdt.,          11,429

69   Sri P.Adinarayana, S.A             11,108

70   Sri R.Satish, J.A                  6,294

71   Smt.P.Girija, S.A                  7,905

72   Sri M.Yadagiri, Attender           7,220

73   Sri S.Vidya Sagar Reddy, S.A       8,126

74   Sri P.Issac, S.A                   9,503

75   Sri M.Penchala Raju, S.A           7,250

76   Sri K.Narayana, S.R/Supdt.,        11,934

77   Sri K.Ram Chander, R.A             9,193

78   Smt.M.Subba Laxmi, S.A             8,112

79   Sri Bashumiya, S.A                 10,747

                            CPU – III

80   Sri Kazim Ali Khan, S.R/Supdt.,    13,773

81   Sri M.Murali, J.A                  8,221
82    Sri A.Raghava Rao, J.A               7,800

83    Sri T.Rama Krishna Prasad, J.A       7,214

84    Sri M.Srinivasulu, Attender          4,848

85    Sri G.Dhananjay, J.A                 6,863

86    Sri K.Satya Gnana, S.R/Supdt.,       17,269

87    Sri N.Vasudeva Rao, S.R/Supdt.,      12,533

88    Sri K.Satyanarayana Murthy, S.R/Supdt 11,270

89    Sri K. Taviti Naidu, S.R/Supdt.,     10,695

90    Smt.B.Rama Devi, S.A                 9,223

91    Sri E.Ananta Rao, J.A                9,473

92    Sri K.Venkata Narayana, S.A          6,358

93    Sri P.V.Ramapathi Rao, S.A           9,673

94    Sri Shaik Ismail Shareef, S.A        8,179

95    Sri D.Srihari Naidu, S.A             8,927

96    Sri A.Sravan Kumar, S.A              7,021

97    Sri B.Narender, J.A                  5,569

98    Sri D.Venkata Swamy, J.A             5,838

99    Sri K.Sudarshan, R.A                 6,129

100   Smt P.S.V.Subba Lakshmi, J.A         5,534

101   Smt.N.Jarina, S.A                    6,786

102   Sri R.Ram Babu, S.A                  8,401

103   Smt.K.Seetha Kumari, S.R/Supdt       17,718

104   D.Narsimha Raju, S.A                 8,152

105   Smt.T.Kamala Devi, Attender          7,865

106   Sri V.Narasimha, Attender            7,865

107   Smt.Ch.Nagamani, Attender            7,865

108   Sri N.Srinivasa Chary, worker        8,912

109   Sri M.Ramesh, worker                 8,912

110   Sri M.Ram Kumar, worker              5,187

111   Sri M.Benhur Samuel, worker          5,068
112          Sri K.Yadagiri, worker                          5,107

113          Sri Sk.Sadiq Ali, worker                        5,107

114          Sri V.Ravinder, Staff                           10,035

115          Sri P.Vamana Rao, staff                         11,309

116          Sri G.N.Ravi Kanth, Operator                    10,035

117          Sri A.Srinivas, worker                          9,193

118          Sri P.Srinivas Reddy, worker                    9,193

119          Sri M.L.Krishna, worker                         9,193

120          Sri N.Raju, Worker                              5,187

121          Sri K.Suresh Kumar, worker                      8,361

122.         Sri D. Laxmi Narayarna SR/ Supdt                9,579

(xi)   The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars
       of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements

(xii) the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the
       amounts allocated and details of beneficiaries of such programmes:-

There are no subsidy programmes in the Registration and Stamps Department and
no amount was allocated for such programmes.

(xiii) particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations
       granted by it:-

Stamp section: Separately enclosed (Vide Annexure-I)

(xiv) details in respect of the information, available to or held by it in an
  electronic form:- This department has created a web site with
detailed information for citizens in electronic form like;
        To know Market Value for his/her property; with details of unit rate and
        Stamp duty, and Registration fee etc.,
        To know the jurisdiction for the property to be registered along with
        Sub-Registrar Office, location etc.,
        Citizen can know the details of previously registered document
        particulars of property which he/she intended to purchase and;
        Citizen can also know the encumbrances if any, on the particular
        property by giving the details of the property on web site.
        The time frames prescribed for various services rendered by this
        department to the citizens in the Citizen Charter were kept on the website.
(xv) The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
        information, including the working hours of a library or reading
        room, if maintained for public use: -
        All relevant information of the Department was kept on the website.
The information kept on the website is as follows: - The timeframes prescribed for
various services to the citizens in the in the Citizen Charter were kept on the
website and also displayed in 387 Sub-Registrar Offices across the State.
        This Department is having the functions and duties on the following Acts and
some of the acts are kept in web site along with Schedules and Table of Fees.

i)      Registration Act.
ii)     Stamp Act,
iii)    Hindu Marriage Act,
iv)     A.P.Society Act.
v)      Special Marriage Act.
vi)     Notaries Act

And also placing the information like Amendments and G.Os, Circulars.
(xvi) The names, designations and other particulars of the Public
        Information Officers.
Name of the Office       Public Information Officer                   Chief Public Information Officer

                         Name/Designation/Address                     Name/Designation
O/o Commissioner &       A.I.G.-I                                     Commissioner & Inspector
I.G (R&S),
                                                                      General (R&S), or
O/o Dy.Inspector         Dy.Inspector General (R&S) of                Joint Inspector General (R&S)
General(R&S),            concerned Zone:                              O/o the Commissioner &
                         Viz., Vizag, Eluru, Guntur, Kurnool,         Inspector General of
                         Warangal & Hyderabad.                        Registration and Stamps,
O/o Deputy               Deputy Collector(F.S.) of concerned          N.b.K.Estates, Golconda ‘X’
Collector(F.S.)          Zone:   Viz., Vizag, Eluru, Guntur,          Roads, Hyderabad.
                         Kurnool, Warangal & Hyderabad.

O/o District Registrar   District Registrar of concerned Districts.

O/o Vigilance Officer    Vigilance Officer of concerned Zone.
Sub Registrar Office     Sub Registrar of concerned Sub-

(xvii) Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update
       these publications every year.
       All the update information is available in Department website

                                                               Sd/- Lal Rosem,
                                                           Commissioner & I.G (R&S).
For Commissioner & I.G (R&S),

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