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                                      CHAPTER-I
                                   INTRODUCTIONS
                           REVENUE DEPARMEN - ORGANISAION

        Jakranpally Mandal was excised to Armoor erstwhile Taluqa Head Quarters.
Jakranpally Mandal formed at the time of formation of new Mandal in he month of
The Mandals have informed to bring administration to the door step of citizens and make all
the public services easily available to them. A Gazetted Tahsildar heads the Mandal Tahsildar
provides the inter face between the Govt. and public within his jurisdiction. The Tahsildar
assists the higher authorities in collecting information and conducting enquiries. He provides
feedback to the District Administration that helps in decision making at higher levels of
administration.

       Jakranpally Mandal consisting of (15) Revenue Villages and (15) Grama Panchayaths.
Population is 43686, Men: 20,774 and Women 22,912

REVENUE VILLAGES                                   GRAMA PANCHAYATHS
1.   Munipally                                     1.   Munipally
2.   Laxmapoor                                     2.   Laxmapoor
3.   Narayanpet                                    3.   Narayanpet
4.   Argul                                         4.   Argul
5.   Brahmanpally                                  5.   Brahmanpally
6.   Torlikonda                                    6.   Torlikonda
7.   Kolipak                                       7.   Kolipak
8.   Jakranpally                                   8.   Jakranpally
9.   Madhapoor                                     9.   Keshpally
10.  Puppalpally                                   10.  Puppalpally (Keshpally)
11.  Secundrapoor                                  11.  Secundrapoor
12.  Padka (keshpally)                             12.  Padkal
13.  Manoharabad                                   13.  Manoharabad
14.  Kaligot                                       14.  Kaligot
15.  Chintaloor                                    15.  Chintaloor

        The Dy. Tahsildar supervises the day today functions of Tahsil Office and deals mainly
with general administration. Most of the files are routed through him. He monitors all the
actions in the Tahsil Office.



        The (Mandal Revenue Inspector) MRI assists the Tahsildar in conducting inquiries and
inspections. He supervises the V.R..Os. He inspect crop fields (Azmoish) write sharas (Field
inspection details) in pahani, collects water tax, Non-Agrl. Land Assessment and other
departmental areas and keeps close watch on the villages in his jurisdiction to maintain law
and order.

        The Assistant Statistical Officer who is under the over all control of Chief Planning
Officer at District levels maintains data relating to rainfall, crops season conditions and
population. He conducts crop estimation tests. He prepares periodical reports on Birth &
Death seasonal conditions and the assists the Tahsildar in conduct of livestock census,
population census and other surveys taken-up by the Govt. from time to time to enable
Tahsildar to submit his reports to the Dist. Collector.
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       The Mandal Surveyor who belongs to the Survey and Land Records Department assists
the Tahsildar in Survey operations with the assistance of Chainman.

        As per the administrative reforms the various sections in the Tahsil Office are;

        1.   Section   A1:-   Establishment & Accounts
        2.   Section   A2:-   Land related activities.
        3.   Section   A3:-   ROR, Elections, NFBS etc.
        4.   Section   A4:-   Caste Income Certificates.
        5.   Section   A5:-   Natural Calamities, Census.

VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICERS:-

        Earlier Patwaries/Karnams run the Villages 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 (15) Gram Panchayats in thisn Mandal. They are under the
administrative control of Gram Panchayats but are also responsible to Revenue Department
for Revenue functions. Now the erstwhile V.A.Os who were posted to Panchayath Secretaries
have been transferred to Revenue Department as V.R.Os and functioned with effect from 08-
02-2007. Kamdars or Village Servants assists the Village Revenue Officers. The number of
Village Servants varies depending upon the area [population and irrigation sources of the
village. The entire village is divided among the Village Servants for convenient administration.
Village Servants provide complete information about their are4a in all aspects. The Villages
are being looked after by the Village Revenue Officers as detailed below.

S.No.           Name of the V.R.O.                Villages allotted   No.of village V.S.
1.              Rajanna                           Munipally                  6
                                                  Laxmapoor                  2
                                                  Manoharabad                4
2.              Pochaiah                          Brahmanpally               4
                                                  Torlikonda                 5
                                                  Kolipak                    8
3.              Narayana                          Padkal                     6
                                                  Kaligot                    9
                                                  Keshpally                  5
4.              Venkatesham                       Argul                      4
                                                  Secundrapoor               3
                                                  Puppalpally                2
                                                  Madhapoor                  3
5.              Mallaiah                          Jakranpally                6
                                                  Chintaloor                 2
                                                  Narayanpet                 2

                                                  TOTAL                      71
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                                      CHAPTER – II

                       ORGANISATION FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

                                    (Section 4(1) (b) (i)

 S    Name of the      Address      Funcitions                    Duties
No.   Organisation
 1    Office of the   Jakranpally   Administra      1. Issue of Community, Income
       Tahsildar,         (v)        tive and           Valuation, Legal Heir Certificates.
      Jakranpally        Head       Executive       2. Maintenance of Law and Order
                       Quarters                     3. Collection of Water Tax, NALA and
                                                        other Department areas.
                                                    4. Issue of Pattedar Pass book and
                                                        Title deeds.
                                                    5. Jamabandi.
                                                    6. Payment of relief to the victims of
                                                        Natural calamities.
                                                    7. Supervision of Joint Azmosish and
                                                        assessment of crops particulars.
                                                    8. 8. Assignment of Govt.
                                                        lands/Ceiling surplus land.
                                                    9. Removal of encroachments on
                                                        Govt/Shikam land.
                                                    10. Allotment of House Sites.
                                                    11. Assistance in Election work.
                                                    12. Assistance in Census work.
                                                    13. Assistance to the Collector in
                                                        sanction of CMRF, Apathbandu
                                                        and suicidal death cases and
                                                        victims of SC/STs Atrocities cases
                                                    14. Sanction of NFBS
                                                    15. Assistance in disposal Inam cases.
                                                    16. 16. All Surveys at Mandal level.
                                                    17. 17. Adjustment of water tax to
                                                        WUAs
                                                    18. 18. Implementation of AP
                                                        Assigned lands (POT Act, 1977.
                                                    19. Appointment/Service matters of
                                                        Village Servants.
                                                    20. 20. Conduct of Inquest on dead
                                                        bodies of dowry death cases.
                                                    21. (Implementation of APWALTA Act,
                                                        2002
                                                    22. VIPs Visits and protocols duties.
                                                    23. Supervision of Public Distribution
                                                        System and Issue of Ration cards.
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                                  CHAPTER –III
                   POWER AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
                                 (Section 4(i)(b) (ii)

 S     Name of the      Designation         Duties allotted                     Powers
No.   Officer/Emplo
           yee
1     D. Suguna        Tahsildar     Magisterial Powers/           Under Cr.P.C. 1975 and other
                                     Maintenance of Law            various acts empowering the
                                     and      Order,      ROR      Tahsildar to attend the functions.
                                     Records                and
                                     Supervision of Public
                                     Distribution System
2     MD.              Dy. Tahsildar Drawing                and    To attend duties as directed by
      Nayimuddin                     Disbursing Officer of         the Tahsildar.
      Ansari                         salaries     of     staff,
                                     VROs,              Village
                                     Servants, processing
                                     all   files     to      the
                                     Tahsildar              and
                                     maintenance              of
                                     records,            Audit
                                     Objections             and
                                     Accounts.
3     U. Suresh        Sr. Asst.     Assignment,            L.A.   To attend duties as directed by
                                     Alienation,                   the Tahsildar
                                     Jamabandi & Water
                                     Tax, Civil Supplies.
4     Abdul Aziz       Jr. Asst.     ROR, Miscellaneous,           To attend duties as directed by
                                     NFBS, Elections and           the Tahsildar
                                     other all kind of
                                     works
5     G. Gangadhar     A.S.O.        Statistical,      Natural     To attend duties as directed by
                                     calamities, Death and         the Tahsildar
                                     Birth Returns, Census
6     Ravi             M.R.I.        Conducting enquiries          To attend duties as directed by
                                     and Inspections.              the Tahsildar.
7     B. Kirankumar    Computer      LRMIS, MPHS Data              To attend duties as directed by
                       Operator (Out and Office work               the Tahsildar.
                       sourcing)
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                                     CHAPTER –IV
                    Procedure followed in Decision making process
                                   (Section 4(1)(b)(iii)

        Activity                Description        Decision making     Designation of final
                                                       process          decision making
                                                                            authority
Goal – setting &                     --                   --                  Govt
Planning
Budgeting                            --                   ---                 Govt.
Formulation of
programmes, schemes                  --                   --                  Govt.
and projects
Recruitment /hiring of               --                   --                  Govt.
personnel
Release of funds                     --                   --                  Govt.
Implementation/delivery
of service Utilisation of           ---                   ---                 Govt.
funds
Monitoring & evaluation             --                    --                    Govt.
Gathering feed back         Grievances of Public   Matter related to   Tahsildar, If final
from public                                            Mandal          decision is to taken
                                                                       at higher levels,
                                                                       reports         after
                                                                       enquiry at ground
                                                                       level          being
                                                                       submitted to higher
                                                                       officer.
Undertaking                          --                   --                    Govt.
improvements

               PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS
                              SECTION 4(I) (b) (III)

        In Tahsil Office the Tahsildar and Dy. Tahsildar are receiving the letters of
correspondence and petitions and they will be given to the concerned section assistances as
per office order and Dist. Office Mannual. The section assistants open files and circulate to
the Tahsildar through Dy. Tahsildar to finalize the matter.

1. Eligibility for sanction of benefits under vaiours scheme are follows:-

   1.      Assignment of Govt. lands should be assigned only to landless poor persons, eg:
           Toddy Tapers, Weavers, Serving Soldiers and Jawans discharged on
           compassionate grounds.

   2.      Landless person is one who owns not more than 2 ½ acres Wet and 5 acres of Dry

   3.      The application received for assignment will be enquired and the proposals will be
           placed before the Mandal level assignment village committee and after getting
           approval, the Patta certificate and Pattedar Pass book will be issued to the
           beneficiaries.
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II. ALLOTMENT OF HOUSE SITES:-

       The Norms prescribed are:

       1. Age/ occupation /at least five years residence
       2. Patta is given in the name of Women.
       3. Encroaches whom another dwelling house not eligible.

III. ALLOTMENT OF CEILING SURPLUS LAND:

  1.      All the surplus land vested in Govt. under the act shall be allotted for agricultural
          purpose and house sites at the following rates.

          i)         One-half of the total extent of land to the S.Cs and S.Ts
          ii)        And in the remaining of not less than 2/3rd to the back ward classes.

          iii)       And in the remaining 1/3 the land can be leased out for any common
                     use of the community.

          iv)        For house sites not exceeding 5 cents and for agriculture not exceed
                     21/2 acres of dry.

IV. NATIONAL FAMILY BENEFIT FUND SCHEME:

  1.      The primary breadwinner will be member of the house hold (male or female)
          whose earnings contributors the largest proportion of the total household income.

  2.      The death of such a primary breadwinner should have occurred while he or she is
          in the age groups of 18 to 64 tears i.e., more than 18 years of age and less than
          65 age.

  3.      The bereaved household qualified as one below the poverty line according to the
          criterion prescribed by the Govt. of India.

  4.      Rs.5,000/- (Rupees five thousand only) in the case of death due to natural cases
          and Rs.10,000/- (Rupees ten thousand only) in the case of death due to accidental
          causes will be ceilings for purpose of claiming Central Assistance.

  5.      The family benefit will be paid to such surviving member of the household of the
          deceased who, after due local enquiry is determined to the head of the household
          (House-hold include spouse, minor children, unmarried daughters and dependent
          parents).
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         PAYMENT OF RELIEF TO THE VICTIMS OF NATURAL CALAMITIES

       The scales of relief to be provided to the victims of Natural Calamities are as follows;

S     Name of Relief                                                   Amount of
No.                                                                    Exgratia
1     Ex-gratia to the families of deceased (Earning member)
2     Ex-gratia to the families of deceased (Non-earning member)
3     Exgratia for loss of limb or both eyes per head
4     Exgratia for grievous hurt
5     Fully damaged house (enhanced in G.O. Ms No.879                            3000/-
      Rev.Dt.25.06.07
6     Severly damaged                                                            3000/-
7     Partly damaged                                                             1200/-
8     Petty shops
9     Weavers Looms
10    Weavers Yarn
11    Relief for clothing and Utencils                                           1000/-
12    Rice @ 10 kg.


VI APATHBANDU SCHEME:-

       Accident insurance scheme for below poverty line families in the age group of 18 to 69
years @ Rs.50,000/- for the nature of deaths indicated in G,.O.Ms No.694 Rev. Dept.
dt.29.09.2000.
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                                    CHAPTER – 5
                     NORMS SET FOR THE DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS
                                 (Section 4(i)(b)(iv)

S                    Function of service              Norms/S     Time    Ref. Document
                                                      tandards   frame    prescribing the
                                                          of     (Days)   norms (Citizen’s
                                                       perform            Charter, Service
                                                      ance set             Charter etc.,)
    1   Issue of Patedar Pass Books                     Days      45        Govt. Order
    2   Issue patta to Govt. Agriculture lands          Month     30        Govt. Order
    3   Sanction of Pensions                            Month     30        Govt. Order
    4   Finalization of Land issues                     Month     30        Govt. Order
    5   Demarcation of land measurement (Tallying)      Month     30        Govt. Order
    6   Issue of Legal Heir Certificate                 Days      20        Govt. Order
    7   Issue of House site Pattas                      Days      20        Govt. Order
    8   Submission of proposals for Weaker Section      Days      15        Govt. Order
        housing programme
    9   Recommendations for issue duplicate Title      Days       15        Govt. Order
        Deeds
10      Sending proposals under Apathbandhu Scheme     Days       10        Govt.   Order
11      Issue of licence of Retail Grains              Days       10        Govt.   Order
12      Issue of Birth & Death certificates            Days       10        Govt.   Order
13      Issue of duplicate copies of records           Days       07        Govt.   Order
14      Change of names in Ration cards                Days       07        Govt.   Order
15      Issue of coupons of Rice/Kerosene              Days       7         Govt.   Order
16      Transfer of Ration Cards/Duplicate Ration      Days       7         Govt.   Order
        Cards
17      Renewal of Kerosene Retail licenes/Issue of    Days        7        Govt. Order
        licence to New F.P.Shop Dealership
18      Issue of Possession certificate                Days        5        Govt.   Order
19      Issue of Caste/Income/Residence Certificate    Days        3        Govt.   Order
20      Issue of Land Valuation Certificate            Days        3        Govt.   Order
21      Payment of Relief for Natural Calamities       Days        2        Govt.   Order
22      Statement in rape/Other criminal cases         Day         1        Govt.   Order
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                                  CHAPTER – 6
          RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANNUAL AND RECORDS FOR
                           DISCHARGING FUNCTIONS.
                               (Section 4(i) (B) & (vi)

 S                    Description                           Gist of contents           Price of the
No.                                                                                   publication if
                                                                                          priced
1     The A.P. Board of Revenue Standing Orders             Revenue Rules                   --
2     A.P. Fundamental Rules and Subsidiary                  Service Rules                250/-
      rules 1989
3     Law of essential commodities 1986                           PDS                     110/-
4     Hand book of Criminal Law in 1984                   Criminal Procedure              125/-
5     A.P. Revenue Mandals Survey and Village             Survey and Village              172/-
      Assistance Code 1986                                 assistance Rules
6     The A.P. Account Code Vol.III                       Accounts procedure               --
7     Standing orders of Board of Revenue 1966              Revenue Rules                  --
8     The Land Acquisition manual 1965                      L.A. procedure               6.70 P
9     A.P. Manual of Special Pay and Allowance            Accounts procedure             150/-
      1989
10    Special Funds Code 1969                                Budgeting                      --
11    Broucher on identification, release and           Bounded Labour Rules                --
      Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour 1986
12    Broucher on Spl. Instructions for
      investigation of offences and Measures of                   -do-                      --
      relief and rehabilitation, 1986
13    The A.P. Govt. Employees loans Medical             Govt. employee loans             60/-
      attendance & family welfare code 1989
14    The A.P. Treasury Code Vol.II 1959                    Treasury Rules                5/-
15    Minimum wages Act 1948 and Rules 1960             Minimum wages details             35/-
16    A.P. Record of Rights in Land and Pattedar              ROR Rules                    --
      Pass Book Act, 1971
17    The AP. Manual of Special Pay and                 Pay & Allowance details
      Allowances 1985 & 86
18    Police Laws in AP 1985                                Duties of Police
19    Hand Book for electoral registration officers    Procedure for inclusion of
      1993                                                names in voter list
20    Land laws of AP 1985                                     Land Laws
21    Rice Milling Industries Regulation Act, 1984    Rules of Rice Mill Industries         --
22    The AP (Telangana Area) Tenancy and Agrl.             Tenancy Rules
      Lands Act, 1950
23    Pahani Records from 1954-55 to 2006-07                       --                       --
24    Faisal Patties                                               --                       --
25    Birth & Death Registers                                      --                       --
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                                CHAPTER – 7
    CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS HELD BY THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY UNDER ITS CONTROL
                             (Section 4(1)(b) v (I))

 S                 Category of documents                      Title of the      Design &
No.                                                           document       address of the
                                                                             custodian (held
                                                                              by/under the
                                                                                control of
                                                                                 whom)
1     G.Os, Memos Circulars, instructions and                 Govt. orders       Section
      guidelines etc., received from Govt. and Heads of            &            Assistant
      Departments current subject files, stock files and      instructions     concerned
      relevant registers like personal and periodical
      registers etc.,
2     Codes, Manuals and Old records                               --            Record
                                                                                Assistant
3     Pay bills & Cash books                                   Registers     Dy. /Tahsildars



                                 CHAPTER – 8
 ARRANGEMENT FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR REPRESENTATION BY, THE MEMBERS OF
THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THERE
                                     OF.

                                     (Section 4(i)(b) viii)

 S     Function    Arrangements for           Arrangements for consultation with or
No.    /Service   consultation with or    representation of public in relations with policy
                   representation of                     implementation
                   public in relations
                       with policy
                      formulation
1         --                --           Policies on all matters and issues are formulated
                                         at heads of departments and Government level
                                         only and they are being implemented at district
                                         and other levels.
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                                CHAPTER – 9
BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSTITUTED AS PART OF PUBLIC
                                 AUTHORITY
                             (Section 4(i) (b) (iii))

            Committees constituted for implementation of the Orders issued by Govt.

  1.        Review Committee of Assignment Assembly Constituency wise as per G.O.Ms
            No.146 Rev. (L.ref) Dept. Dt.5.2.1996 as amended in G.O.Ms No.16 Rev. (L.REF.I)
            Dept. dt.7.1.2005 and G.O.Ms No.98, dt.17.01.2005.

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       1.        Sri S. Santhosh Reddy, Hon’ble Speaker                    Chairman
       2.        Sri R. Chandra Sekar, R.D.O. Nizamabad.                   Member
       3,        (3) Social Workers of the Assembly Consty.
                 As follows.

                 One from              SC/ST
                 One from              BC/Min
                 One from              Other category

                 (One among them shall be a woman)

       4.        Sri Ananth Reddy, MPP.Jakranpally                         Member
                 Sri Suresh, ZPTC.                                         Member

       5.        Representative from each recognized party               Member
       6.        D. Suguna, Tahsildar,Jakranpally                     Member- Secretary.

       The meeting will be held as and when the assignment proposals are prepared.

  2.        MANDAL LEVEL FOOD ADVISORY COMMITTEE:-

            Mandal Level Food Advisory Committee meeting to be held in every three months
            at erstwhile Taluk Head quarters with the following Members.

            1.   Sri R. Chandra Shekar, RDO, Nza (Chairman)
            2.   Smt. D. Suguna, Tahsildar, Jakranpally (Convener)
            2.   Sri S. Santhosh Reddy, MLA, APLA. Hyd, Member
            3.   Sri Ananthreddy, MPP. Jakranpally, -do-
            4.   Sri Suresh , ZPTC Jakranpally, -do-
            5.   Sri MA Sukhur, President, FPS Dealer Association, Jakranpally
            6.   Smt. Laxmi krupa, Kerosene wholesale dealer, Armoor, -do-
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                                 CHAPTER – 10
            DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES SECTION 4(i)(b) (ix)

S No.      Name of the employees with      Name of the           Phone No. of     Remarks
                  Designation             office where he   Office/Residence/Cell
                                             is working              No.
  1                    2                          3                   4              5
  1       D. Suguna, Tahsildar             Tahsil Office,    08463-271234 (O)
                                            Jakranpally          9247773840
  2       MD. Nayimuddin Ansari,                -do-             9441153643
          Dy.Tahsildar
  3       U. Suresh, Sr. Asst.                  -do-            9441373635
  4       Ravi, MRI                             -do-            9948238286
  5       Gangadhar, ASO                        -do-            9441154498
 6        D. Sudhakar, Surveyor                 -do-            9441154498
 7        Gangaram, Chainman                    -do-            9441060396
 8        Jalender, Attender                    -do-            9908023472
 10       Susheelamma, Attender                 -do-            9490829680
 11       Rajanna, VRO                          -do-            9912184579
 12       Pochaiah                              -do-            9866156741
 13       Narayana                              -do-            9441473351
 14       Venkatesh                             -do-            9440012549
 15       Mallaiah                              -do-            9440526339


                                      CHAPTER – 11
        Monthly Remuneration received by officers and employees including the system of
                           compensation as provided in regulations
                                     (Section 4(i)(b) (x)

        Displaying of Monthly Remuneration received by Officer and employees of Tahsil
Office, Jakranpally.
S     Name of the employee               Basic Pay      Gross Pay     Net Pay
No.
 1 D. Suguna, Tahsildar                  13030                 18261 14496
 2 MD. Nayimuddin Ansari,                16450                 23094 16709
      Dy.Tahsildar
 3 U. Suresh, Sr. Asst.                  6195                   8682 7972
 4 Ravi, MRI                             -                          - -
 5 Gangadhar, ASO                        -                          - -
 6 D. Sudhakar, Surveyor                 8385                  11752 10547
 7 Abdul Aziz                            6350                   8899 8230
 8 Gangaram, Chainman                    5605                   7856 7061
 9 Jalender, Attender                    6350                   8899 8254
10 Susheelamma, Attender                 4595                   6440 5865
11 Rajanna, VRO                          4825                   6762 6167
12 Pochaiah                              4595                   6440 5365
13 Narayana                              3450                   5742 5652
14 Venkatesh                             5335                   7477 6867
15 Mallaiah                              4825                   6762 6167
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                                   CHAPTER – 12
               BUDGET ALLOTTED TO EACH AGENCY INCLUDING PLANS ETC.,
                                 (Section 4(i)(b) xi)

      Budget allotted to Jakranpally Tahsil Office
MH 2053- Dist. Admn, 094- Dist. Estt. SH (12)- Mandal Administration.

S   Sub       Details                         Budget allotted during 2006-07      Financial
No. Head                                      year.
                                              1st        2nd        3rd            4th
                                              Quarter    Quarter    Quarter        Quarter
1      020    Wages                           0          0          0              0
2      111    Traveling Allowances            5200       10000      5300           2300
3      114    Fixed Traveling Allow.          1000       1000       1000           1300
4      131    Service & Postage Telegram      7000       6300       7000           6000
              & Telephone charges
5      132    Other Office expenditure        6569         6569          6569      3000
6      133    Water & Electricity charges     7000         5345          7000      5000
7      134    Hiring of Private Vehicles      18144        18144         19144     29282
              TOTAL                           44913        47358         48013     46882


S   Sub       Details                         Budget allotted during 2007-08      Financial
No. Head                                      year.
                                              1st        2nd        3rd            4th
                                              Quarter    Quarter    Quarter        Quarter
1      020    Wages                           0          0          0              0
2      111    Traveling Allowances            5000       5000       0              0
3      114    Fixed Traveling Allow.          1000       1000       0              0
4      131    Service & Postage Telegram      7000       6300       0              0
              & Telephone charges
5      132    Other Office expenditure        7000         7000          0         0
6      133    Water & Electricity charges     5000         5000          0         0
7      134    Hiring of Private Vehicles      31133        30633         0         0
              TOTAL                           56133        55633         0         0

                                    CHAPTER – 13
                     MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES
                                  (Section 4(i)(b) (xii)

13.1    Describe the activities/programme/ Schemes being implemented by the public
        authority for which subsidy is provided.

13.2 Provide information on the nature of subsidy, eligibility criteria for accessing subsidy and
designation of officer competent to grant subsidy under various programme/schemes.

Name of                 Nature/Scale of       Eligibility criteria for   Designation of
programme/activity      subsidy               grant of subsidy           Officer to grant
                                                                         subsidy
Payment of input        Cash payment of       Maximum up-to 5-           Collector,
subsidy to the          fixed by the Govt.    00 acres crop              Nizamabad
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farmers whose         from time to time.      damaged
crops damaged due
to heavy rains
Public Distribution   Ration Cards            BPL Families having    Government.
System                                        annual income
                                              below Rs.20,000/-

13.3 Describe the manner of execution of the subsidy programmes:-

Name of               Application             Sanction procedure     Disbursement
programme/activity    procedure                                      procedure
Input subsidy to      On identification       Proposals will be      Individual cheques
affected farmers      damage of crops         submitted to the       with joint signature
                      due to natural          Dist. Collector for    of Tahsildar and
                      calamities detailed     sanction by the        Agrl. Officer will be
                      survey will be          Tahsildar.             issued in the name
                      conducted farming                              of affected farmers
                      teams of officials of                          by obtaining
                      Revenue/Agrl. Dep’t                            acquaintance in
                      and damaged                                    quadruplicate
                      assessed

Ration Cards:-
              =========================================
              Card category   No.        Commodities
              =========================================
              White         : 9017       1280.68 Qtls.
              A.A.Y         :  621        217.35 ,,
              Annapurna     :   46          4.60 ,,
              Pink          : 2364           -
              Kerosene      : 7394       21726 Ltrs.

13.4

S No.   Item No.                              No.of cases     Amount sanctioned
1       CMRF                                      Nil                        ---/-
2       Apathbandu                                 2                         ---/-
3       Apathbandu                                 --                        ---/-
        (Above quota)
4       Farmer’s Suicidal deaths                    4                  6,00,000/-
5       Atrocities                                  1                    10,000/-
6       Input subsidy due to hail storm
8       N.F.B.F.                                    6                    30,000/-
9       Assignment of Govt. land                   134              162.39
10      Assignment of House sites                  373                      ----/-
11      Assignment of Ceiling lands                 --                          --
                                              15


                                        CHAPTER – 14

PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORIZATION GRANTED
                          BY THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY
                              (Section 4(i)(b)(xiii) )

         Provide the names and addresses of recipients of benefits under each
programme/scheme separately in the following format.

Institutional Beneficiaries: -

Name of Programme/Scheme:-
S   Name & address of      Nature/quantum Date of grant         Name &
No. recipient institutions of benefit                           Designation of
                           granted                              granting
                                                                authority

                                     -NIL-

Individual Beneficiaries:-

S      Name &              Nature/quantum Date of grant   Name &
No.    address of          of benefit                     Designation of
       recipient           granted                        granting
       institutions                                       authority

                                   -NIL-

Name of Programme/Scheme:-

S      Name &              Nature/quantum Date of grant   Name &
No.    address of          of benefit                     Designation of
       recipient           granted                        granting
       institutions                                       authority
       Houses              Cash as fixed by               5,55,150/-
       damaged due         Govt.                   2006   (286) Benef.
       to heavy rains
                                               16



                                  CHAPTER – 15
                    INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC FORM
                                (Section 4(i)(b)(vi)


Please provide the details of information related to the various scheme of the department
which are available in electronic formats (Floppy, CD, VCD, Web Site, Internet etc.,)

Electronic Format      Description (Site      Contents or title       Designation and
                       address/location                               address of the
                       where available                                custodian
                       etc.,                                          information (held by
                                                                      whom?)

                                     -NIL-
15.2 Describe particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including
the working hours of the library or information centre or reading from maintained for public
use where information relating to the department or records/documents are made available to
the public



                                        CHAPTER – 16

Facility               Description (Location of               Details of information made
                       facility/Name etc.,                    available
Notice Board           Tahsil Office, Jakranpally             Public Notices
Information Counter                      -do-                 All public relation matters
Publications                             ---                                ----
Office Library         Tahsil Office, Jakranpally             Acts, Rules and guidelines
Website                                 -----                      ------
Other facilities           1. Manual of Acts & Rules
                           2. Govt. Orders
                           3. Electoral Rolls and others
                                                 17


                                         CHAPTER – 17

    NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS
                               (section 4(1)(b) (xvi)

     1. Please provide contract information about the Public Information Officers and Assistant
        Public Information Officers designated for various offices/administrative units and
        Appellate Authority/Officer (s) for the public authority in the following format.

Public Information Officer(s)

S   Name of the                 Name &            Office Te:         E mail
No. Officer/Administrative      Designation of    Residence Tel:
    Unit                        PIO               Fax.
1   MD. Nayeemuddin             Dy. Tahsildar     08463-271234
    Ansari


Asst. Public Information Officer (s):-

S   Name,               Jurisdiction of          Office Tel,         Email
No. Designation &       Appellate Officer        Residence Tel
    Address of          (Officers/Administrative Fax
    Appellate           Units of the authority)
    Officer
1   U. Suresh           Senior Asst.                  08463-271234


Appelate Authority:-

S   Name, Designation           Jurisdiction of          Office Tel, Residence   Email
No. & Address of                Appellate Officer        Tel Fax
    Appellate Officer           (Officers/Administrative
                                Units of the authority)
1     D. Suguna                 Tahsildar                08463-271234 (O)
                                                         9247773840

				
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