Alappuzha

Collectorate Service




  1. Dependency Certificate:Dependency Certificate to the effect that the offices of the Central Government and Public sector undertakings are situating within a periphery of 8 km from the city limit for granting HRA to the staff working in the above institutions.
  2. Permanent Residence Certificate:Permanent Residence Certificate for producing before foreign embassies is issued by the District Collector.
  3. Nativity Certificate:Nativity certificates to be produced before the defence authorities are being issued by the Additional District Magistrate (GO (MS)No.201/92/RD dated.20.4.92).
  4. Recommendation for Grant:Recommendation for grant of registration to accept contribution under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 1976 is being issued from Collectorate.
  5. Character and Antecedents Certificates:Character and antecedents certificates to be produced before the defence/central government authorities are being issued by the Additional District Magistrate

The victims of natural calamities, other disasters and those suffering from severe deceases whose annual family income is below Rs.20,000/- can apply for assistance under CMDRF. The application in the prescribed Performa may be submitted to the Village Officer, Tahsildar or the District Collector. Assistance is eligible for once in the life time except for cancer and renal patents. The assistance is provided on the strength of the order of the Government.

A disaster/natural calamity is an event triggered by natural or man made causes that lead to sudden disruption of normalcy within society, causing wide spread damage to life and property. Cyclone, Drought, Earth quake, Fire, Flood, Hailstorm, Landslide, Avalanche, Cloudburst and Pest attack are come under natural calamity. The District Collector is the ex-officio chairman of the District Disaster Management Authority under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, he will initiate immediate steps for the mitigation of the effects of disaster. The entire departments related with the disaster management act will render assistance under the District Collector for evacuation, rescue, relief, shelter, food, clothing, medical aid, sanction, and rehabilitation etc. of the affected.
During the period of calamity round the clock control room under the control of District Collector is functioning in the Collectorate. Additional District Collector and the Deputy Collector (General) is the nodal officer to coordinate the Disaster management Activities. The phone number of the control room is- 0477-2236831 and Fax number is 0477-2251720. Public can register their complaints regarding disaster management during the calamity period.
Natural Calamity victims are provided assistance from the fund received from the Calamity Relief Fund. Assistance from CRF is provided to the victims through the Tahsildars, Principal Agriculture Officer, District Supply Officer and the Deputy Director of Fisheries.
Application for assistance under CRF except for fisheries sector loss and agriculture loss may be submitted to the Tahsildars concerned and that of agriculture and fisheries loss the application should be submitted to the PAO and the DD (Fisheries) respectively.
Details of assistance provided under CRF are (as per G.O(Ms) No. 284/ 2007/ DMD dated 2.08.07)
Gratuitous Relief
Sl No Nature Assistance
1 Exgratia payment to the families of deceased person 1,00,000
2 Ex-gratia payment for the loss of limb or eyes 35,000 (disability between 40- 75%) Rs.50, 000 (disability more than 75%)
3 Grievous injury requiring hospitalization Rs.7,500per person (grievous injury requiring hospitalization for more than a week & Rs.2,500 per person grievous injury requiring hospitalization for less than a week
Assistance for repair /restoration of damaged houses
Fully damaged Severely damaged Partially damaged Hut (Damaged destroyed)
Pucca Kutcha Pucca Kutcha Pucca & Kutcha
25,000 10,000 5,000 2,500 1,500 2,000

A public grievance redressal Cell is functioning under the direct monitoring of the District Collector along with the Enquiry Counter. Citizens can directly give the petitions to the District Collector and (s)he will take all possible steps to the redressal of grievances.

The District Collector is the assignment authority of lands situated in Municipal/Corporation areas under Assignment of Land with in Municipal and Corporation Areas Rules, 1995.The Government lands can be assigned on registry for purposes of house- sites , shop-sites or other commercial or charitable purposes and for beneficial enjoyment of adjoining registered holdings. The extent of land that may be assigned to a family house-sites shall not ordinarily exceed 10 cents in Municipal areas and 5 cents in Corporation area. The maximum extent of Government land that may be assigned on registry , when such land is indispensably recurred for beneficial enjoyment of adjoining registered holdings shall not exceed 5 cents in Municipal areas and 3 cents in Corporation area. The application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worh Rs.5/- affixed in it should be submitted to the District Collector for the assignment of Government land.

The Land Reforms Act and its subsequent amendments helped the tenants to become the owners of the tenancy land. The implementation of ceiling on holding and distribution of of surplus land came into force from early 1970. The ceiling area had been fixed as five standard acres in the case of an adult married person or a family consisting of two or more members. A family is not allowed to hold more than 20 acres in any case. Only certain plantations were exempted from ceiling limits. The surplus lands were taken over by the Government and distributed to landless poor, preference being given to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes. A notable impact of these reforms was the reduction in the number of landless agricultural households and the elimination of absentee landlordism. Application duly filled in the prescribed form should be submitted to the District Collector for the assignment of surplus land, when the application is invited for the same.

The Deputy Collectors are the State Public Information Officers related to the District Collectorate. As the State Public Information Officer, the Deputy Collectors shall provide the information required for the persons under the provisions contained in the Right to Information Act, 2005.Those who are aggrieved by the order of the State Public Information Officer can approach the District Collector who is the Appellate Authority under Right to Information Act, 2005.
A person, who desires to obtain any information under this Act, shall make request in writing or through electronic means accompanying the fee prescribed, to the State Public Information Officer. 'Right to Information' means the right to information accessible under this Act which is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to -
  1. inspection of work, documents, records;
  2. taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records;
  3. taking certified samples of material;
  4. obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in a computer or in any other device.
The State Public Information Officer shall provide the information within forty-eight hours of the receipt of the request where the information sought for concerns the life or liberty of a person and in other cases as expeditiously as possible, and in any case within thirty days of the receipt of the same.
Any person who does not receive a decision within the time specified or aggrieved by a decision of the State Public Information Officer can prefer an appeal to such Officer who is senior in rank to the State Public Information Officer within thirty days from the expiry of such period. An appeal filed as such shall be disposed of within thirty days of the receipt of the appeal or within such extended period not exceeding a total of forty-five days from the date of filing. A second appeal against the decision of the first appeal may be preferred to the State Information Commission.
The complaints related to the survey and demarcations of the land are handled by the District Survey Superintendent under the control and supervision of the District Collector. The area alteration memorandums are also sanctioned by the District Collector after proper verification of the records. He also entertain the survey adalats applications and making rectifications in the Revenue records through the office of the District Survey Superintendent annexed to Collectorate.
The complaints related to the survey and demarcations of the land are handled by the District Survey Superintendent under the control and supervision of the District Collector. The area alteration memorandums are also sanctioned by the District Collector after proper verification of the records. He also entertains the survey adalaths applications and making rectification of defects in the Revenue records through the office of the District Survey Superintendent annexed to Collectorate. The government has accorded sanction to organize Survey Adalaths in the Villages were resurvey records are implemented as per GO(Rt) No.2790/95/RD dt.26.7.1995, GO(MS)271/97/RD dt.21.4.1997, GO(MS)87/98/RD  dt.4.2.1998, GO(MS) 251/99/RD dt.7.4.1999 and GO(Rt) 16/2005/RD dt.3.1.2005. The copy of the Appeal Land Complaints (ALC) will be issued to the needy on payment of Rs. 10/- for each page as per GO (Rt) No. 1304/2001/RD dt.24.05.2001.
Appeal against the orders of the Tahsildar related to survey and demarcation shall lie to the Superintendent of Survey and Land Records of the district. After disposal of the land complaints, the Superintendent of Survey and Land records shall issue the records to the Village officer through the Tahsildar. The changes if any resulting from the survey shall be incorporated in the revenue records immediately and the fact verified at the time of jamabandy.
The inspection and maintenance of survey marks on the lands under the control of the Central Government shall be attended to jointly by the District collector or his nominee and a representative of the concerned department of the Central Government

Compensation amount received from the Embassies abroad are sanctioning to the next kin of the deceased on the strength of the legal heirship certificate and proper identification.

One of the dependents of employees who died in harness whose annual family income should not exceed 3, 00,000 are eligible for appointment under the scheme. Application for compassionate employment in Appendix A to G.O (P) No. 32/2007/Plg dated 7.06.2007 shall be submitted in the organization where the employee had last worked. Legal heir ship certificate issued by the Tahsildar concerned, income certificate and death certificate should be enclosed. On enquiry and proper verification the recommendation will be forwarded to the government for consideration.

Application for request for registration of quarters may be submitted to the District Collector along with the recommendation of the head of institution. Every application should be renewed in every three years.
State Government employees who draw salary from other than the Consolidated Fund and neither husband nor wife, unmarried children have no residential building can apply for the quarters. Priority in getting quarters
i) Wife of serving soldier on the boarders (killed or missing in war)
ii) Physically handicapped
iii) SC / ST employees
iv) Inter cast marriage couples
v) Ex- Service men working in state service

As per Rule 12 of the Municipal/Corporation Land Assignment Rules 1995 government lands which are not immediately required are leased. District Collector is lease granting authority for individual purposes and Government for establishments.

Lease rent are determined as per G.O (P) 126/06/RD dated 14.05.2004.
Rate of Lease rent (% of the market value of the land)

Item Rate
Commercial purposes for individuals & establishments 10
Long term lease cases granted for 99 years 5
Co-operatives and institutions coming under it 5
Educational institutions and hospitals  
Minimum area required for its function 2
More than that area for commercial purpose 10
Public sector under takings and central Govt organizations  
Other than commercial purpose 2
Commercial purposes 5
Organization and clubs which encourages tourism and cultural activities 2.25

hose who are residing in the state and having monthly family income below Rs 400 are eligible for the free legal aid. SC /ST, pauper suit filed persons and appeal filed persons under pauper suit cases are also eligible to it. The application received in the Collectorate will be forwarded to the Tahsildar concerned for taking further action. In eligible cases, the Tahsildars will recommend the Bar council for providing legal assistance to the parties.
Those who need free legal assistance may contact:-
The Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA)
62/1293, A.C.S. Road, Kaloor, Kochi- 682017
Fax/ Phone: 0484-2409717
E-mail: kelsa[at]justice[dot]com
www.kelsa.nic.in
Those who have annual family income comes below Rs. 25,000/- , SC/ST communities without income bar, Children, Women, Industrial workers, Victims of communal riots, those who are under police custody and those who are engaged in slavery are eligible to get legal aid from the Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA). The affidavit of the applicant is sufficient to prove his /her income.

  1. Transfer of Registry: A Revision against an order passed by the Village Officer and Tahsildar or the Deputy Tahsildar shall lie to the District Collector. The revision petition shall be presented within 30 days from the date of receipt of the order. No revision shall however be entertained by the District Collector unless the parties have excised the right of appeal prescribed under the Transfer of Registry Rules. No order in revision interfering with the original order shall be passed without giving to the party or parties affected thereby a reasonable opportunity of being heard. The Revision Petition shall be duly stamped. The Revision Petition presented by the parties shall be accompanied by the original or a certified copy of the order sought to be revised. The certified copies shall be prepared on stamp paper of sufficient value. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should also be affixed in the Revision Petition. The District Collector shall take up the revision case and decide it if it comes to his knowledge that there is a likelihood of Government being involved in a civil suit.
  2. Appeal on Land Relinquishment: Any person aggrieved by an order passed by the Revenue Divisional Officer under Sub Section (5) or Sub Section (6) of Section 4 may prefer an appeal within such time as may be prescribed, to the Collector of the District. The appeal shall be presented within 30 days from the date of decision or order appealed against or from the date of service of notice thereof as the case may be. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should be affixed in the appeal petition. No appeal shall be decided without giving notice to all interested parties.
  3. Land conservancy: An appeal shall lie to the Collector against the order or decision of the Revenue Divisional Officer under the Kerala Land Conservancy Act,1957. No appeal shall be preferred under Section 16 after the expiration of thirty days from the date on which the decision or order appealed against or sought to be revised was received by the appellant or applicant as the case may be. Every petition or appeal or application for revision under this Act shall be accompanied by the decision or order appealed against or sought to be revised or by an authenticated copy of the same. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should be affixed in the appeal petition. No order shall be passed in such cases without giving the party who may be affected thereby an opportunity of being heard.
    The persons aggrieved by the order of the Collector can file Revision Petition before the Commissioner of Land Revenue under Section 16 of the Land Conservancy Act,1957
  4. Land Tax: Any person aggrieved by the orders of the prescribed authority under sub-section(2) of Section 6 ( or under sub-section(3) of Section 6A) or under sub-section (3) of Section 7 may appeal to the Collector of the District in which the land is situated, and if the land is situated in more than one district, the Collector of the District in which the major portion of the land is situated.
    No appeal shall lie unless the tax has been paid. The appeal shall lie in the prescribed form and shall be verified in the prescribed manner and shall be accompanied by a fee of five rupees. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should also be affixed in the appeal petition. The appeal shall be presented within 30 days of the receipt of the order appealed against. The appellate authority may after giving the prescribed authority and the appellant an opportunity of being heard, pass such orders thereon as it thinks fit. The order of the appellate authority shall, subject to the provisions of Section 10 and Section 11, be final and shall not be called in question in any Court of Law. Where the amount of basic tax or tax under the provisional assessment paid is in excess of the amount due under the order in appeal such excess shall be refunded to the person entitled thereto.
    However, the appellant can approach the appellate authority to refer the case to the District Court for reference under Section 10 of the Land Tax Act,1961
  5. Accomodation and Rent control:
  6. Public premises (Eviction of unauthorized Occupants) Act: An appeal shall lie from any order of the estate officer made in respect of any public building under Section 5 or Section 8 to the Collector of the District in which the public building is situate.  In the case of an appeal from an order under Section 5 that should be filed within fifteen days from the date of publication of the order and if the appeal is from any order under Section 8, within fifteen days from the date on which the order is communicated to the appellant.  A legal benefit fund stamps with Rs. 50/- should be affixed in the appeal petition. Appeal under this Section shall be disposed of by the District Collector as expeditiously as possible.     The costs of any appeal under this Section shall be in the discretion of the District Collector. The appellate authority shall have the same powers as are vested in a Civil Court under the Code of Civil Procedure 1908 (Act 5 of 1908) when trying a suit.
  7. Unemployment wages:
  8. Land Assignment: An appeal against an order passed by the Revenue Divisional Officer shall lie to the District Collector under the provisions contemplated in Rule 21 of the Kerala Land Assignment Rules,1964. Appeals shall be presented within thirty days from the date of receipt of the order by the aggrieved party. No appeal shall be admitted unless it is duly stamped and is accompanied by the original decision or order appealed against or a certified copy thereof. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should also be affixed in the appeal petition. No such order or decision shall be revised, cancelled or altered without giving the party affected thereby a reasonable opportunity of being heard. The Commissioner of Land Revenue is competent to revise, cancel or alter, on its own motion or otherwise any decision made or order passed by the Tahsildar, Revenue Divisional Officer or District Collector.
  9. Right to Information Act: Any person who does not receive a decision within the time specified or aggrieved by a decision of the State Public Information Officer can prefer an appeal to the District Collector who is senior in rank to the State Public Information Officer within thirty days from the expiry of such period. An appeal filed as such shall be disposed of within thirty days of the receipt of the appeal or within such extended period not exceeding a total of forty-five days from the date of filing. A second appeal against the decision of the first appeal may be preferred to the State Information Commission.
  10. Fair Value: An appeal against the fixation of fair value under sub-Section (1) of Section 28A of the Kerala Stamp Act, 1959 shall lie to the District Collector. Appeal shall be presented within 30 days of the publication of fair value. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs. 50/- should be affixed in the appeal petition.
a. Arms licence:
  • How to apply - Application for gun license should be in Form A (4 copies)(rule 51 of the Arms Rules 1962) with a court fee stamp worth Rs.5/- affixed in one of the copies.
  • If the applicant is a member of the Armed Forces of the Union shall be made through his Commanding Officer to the licensing authority having jurisdiction in respect of the places to which he is for the time being posted.
  • Renewal of Gun licence: The applicant shall remit the fees by way of Chelan in Treasuries in the respective districts where they were seeking renewal and the amount shall be remitted in the Head of Account-"0055-104-99" and forward the renewal application with a court fee stamp Rs.5/- affixed on it, original chalan and original license to the office of the District Magistrate.
  • Duplicate licence: Where a licence granted or renewed under the Arms Rules is lost or accidentally destroyed, the authority empowered to grant such licences may grant a duplicate.
    a) where the original licence was granted with out the payment of any fee on payment of a fee of Rs.50 and
    b) in any other cases on payment of a fee ofRs.100/- or the fee with which the original licence was chargeable which even is less
Application duly filled in the prescribed form should be submitted to the District Collector for the assignment of surplus land, when the application is invited for the same.

An executive magistrate exercises function, which are administrative or executive in nature such a granting of a license, sanctioning of prosecution, issuing of prohibitory orders etc. Apart from the Criminal Procedure Code, Executive Magistrate exercises so many functions under various acts like, The Kerala Police Act ,1960, The Indian Telegraph Act, the Press Registration and Books Act, 1867, The Kerala Stamp Act ,1959, The Registration of Births and Deaths Act1969, The Arms Act, The Petroleum Act, The Explosives Act ,1884, The Official Secrets Act 1923, The bonded Labour System(Abolition)Act, The prevention of atrocities Act, 1989, The Abkari Act etc.

The main functions under Criminal Procedure Code are noted below,

1. Magistrate can demand the assistance of the public (section .37 cr.pc)
2. Arrest by magistrate (section 44 cr.pc)
3. Police to report apprehensions (section 58 cr.pc)
4. Arrest is executed outside the district (section 80 & 81 cr.pc)
5. Procedure as to letters and telegrams (section .92 cr.pc)
6. Search of place suspected to contain stolen property, forged ducmets etc,. (section 94 cr.pc)
7. Power to declare certain publications forfieted and to issue search warrant for the same (section 95 cr.pc)
8. Search for persons wrongfully confined (section .97 cr.pc)
9. Power to compel restoration of adbucted females (section .98 cr.pc)
10. Security for keeping peace (section .107 cr.pc)
11. Security for keeping good behaviour from persons disseminating seditious matters (section .108 cr.pc)
12. Security for good behaviour from suspected persons (section.109 cr.pc)
13. Security for good behaviours for habitual offenders (section.110 cr.pc)
14. Disposal of assembly by use of civil force (section.129 cr.pc)
15. Use of armed forces to disperse assembly (section.130 cr.pc)
16. Public nuisances (section.133 to 143 cr.pc)
17. Iinjunction order (section 142 cr.pc)
18. Power to issue order in urgent cases of nuisance or apprehended danger (section.144 cr.pc)
19. Power to prohibit carrying arms in procession or mass drill or mass training with arms.(section 144-a cr.pc)
20. Procedure where dispute concerning land or water is likely to cause breach of peace (section.145 cr.pc)
21. Power to attach subject of dispute and to appoint receiver. (section.146 cr.pc)
22. Dispute concerning right of use of land or water (section 147 cr.pc)
23. ocal inquirty (section.148 cr.pc)
24. inquests (section.174 cr.pc)
25. custodial death and custodial rape (section.176 (1) cr.pc)
26. exhumation of deadbody (section.176 (3) cr.pc)
27. making over or withdrawal of cases by executive magistrate (section .411 cr.pc)
28. order for custody and disposal of property pending trial (section. 451 cr.pc)
29. order for disposal of property at conculusion of trial (section. 452 cr.pc)
30. disposal of property where no claimant appears with in six motnths (section. 458 cr.pc)
31. disposal of perishable property (section. 458 cr.pc)

The main functions under Police Act are noted below,

1. Control and Direction by District Magistrate (Section 5)
2. Special Police Officer (Section 11)
3. Powers to regulate Traffic, Regulate Public Assemblies, Processions, Musics in Streets, Prohibit Carrying of swords, Spears, Mass Drills, Mass Training etc,. (Section 18, 19, 20, 21, 21A, 22 and 23)
4. Prevention of Riots (Section 27)
5. Issue of orders for Maintenance of Order at religious Ceremonies (Section 28)
6. District Magistrate is at Liberty to call for and Inspect Diaries kept in Police Station (Section 67)
7. Allegations against Police Officers into the offences like, Torture, Grievous Hurt and Death (Section 155 departmental Punishment as under Kerala Police Manual)
If the police officer is of Gazetted rank, the enquiry shall be conducted personally by the District Magistrate. If the police officer is of a non Gazetted rank, the enquiry shall be conducted personally by the Sub Divisional Magistrate
In addition to the above work, the Executive Magistrates are empowered to perform a lot of functions under various Acts and Rules.
Sl No. Functions   Name of Act and Rules
1 Disposal of appeal against the orders of the Tahsildar and monitoring of progress of collection of land tax : Kerala Land tax Act, 1961 Kerala Land Tax Rules 1972
2 Monitoring progress of collection of tax : Kerala Plantation Tax Act and Rules
3 Monitoring progress of collection of irrigation cess : Irrigation Cess
4 Disposal of Revision Petitions against orders of the RDO and also the monitoring of progress of Collection. : Kerala Building Tax Act and Rules
5 Issue of Revenue Recovery certificate, Arrest and detention of defaulters, attachment and assumption of management of business : Kerala Revenue Recovery Act 1968 and Rules 1968
6 Disposal of Revision petitions and monitoring of collection of Land conservancy dues : Kerala Land conservancy Act, 1957 and Rules 1958
7 Approval of basis for valuation and detailed valuation statement, issuing prior sanction for Draft Awards and monitoring Land Acquisition cases : Land Acquisition Act 1894 and Rules 1990
8 Functions as the Chairman of the District Land Development committee : The Kerala Land Development Act 1964 and Kerala Land Development Scheme Rules 1977
9 Disposal of Appeals : The Kerala Land Relinquishment Act, 1958 and Rules 1958
10 Publication of list of lands reserved for public purposes and list of assignable lands. Approval of land value reported by Tahsildars. : The Kerala Land Assignment Act, 1960 and Rules 1964
11 Assignment of Government lands and issue of patta.Lease of land and collection of lease rent.Tofurnish report to Government for assignment to Institutions. : Assignment of land in Municipal and corporation Area Rules 1995
12 Monitoring of progress on assignment of land : Arab forest land assignment Rules 1970
13 To furnish enquiry report to Government. : Rules for Assignment of Government lands for Industrial purposes
14 Selection of applicants and issue of licence. : Rules for the Assignment of Government land for Rubber Plantations
15 Monitoring of progress of assignment : Rules for the Assignment of Government land for settlement of Agricultural labourers
16 Monitoring of progress of assignment : The Bhoodan Assignment Rules 1962
17 Disposal of Appeal petitions : Co-operative Colonization Scheme Rules 1971
18 Disposal of Appeal petitions : High Range Colonization Rules, 1968(idukki)
19 Disposal of Appeal petitions : Rules for Lease of Government land for cardamom cultivation, 1961(Devikulam , udumbanchola and Peerumedu Taluks in Idukki district)
20 Monitoring progress of assignment : Rules for Lease of Government lands for Tobacco cultivation
21 Monitoring progress of assignment : Rules for lease of land for Government Offices and Bunglow
22 Monitoring progress of assignment : Rules for sale of land for coffee and tea cultivation 1974
23 Monitoring progress of assignment : Settlement scheme patta rules
24 Hearing of appeals and monitoring progress of assignment : Wayanad colonisation scheme,1969(Ambalavayal, Nenmeni and Sultahanbathery villages in Wayanand District)
25 Monitoring of progress of disposal of ceiling cases by Taluk Land Boards : Kerala Land Reforms Act, 1963, and Ceiling Rules,1970
Monitoring progress of taking possession of land declared surplus :
Issue of notice inviting applications for assignment of surplus land :
Selection of beneficiaries for assignment of surplus land :
Execution of assignment deed :
Cancellation of assignment in cases of alienation and reallotment :
Prevention of dispossession of assignees of surplus land :
26 Monitoring of work of Land Tribunals Publication of prices of commodities : Kerala Land Reforms Tenancy Rules 1970
27 Monitoring work of Land Tribunals : Kerala Land Reforms(V&A)Rules 1970
28 Monitoring progress of work on payment from KBF : Kerala Land Reforms(Kudikidappukar's benefit Fund )Rules,1970
29 To sanction solatium to small holders : Kerala Land Reforms(Agriculturist Rehabilitation Fund )Rules,1971
30 Allotment of funds : Rules for sanction of pension to Ex-land lords
31 Trial of offences by Full Bench/Division Bench of TLB : Kerala Land Reforms(Trial of offences by TLB) Rules, 1976
32 The Land Tribunal (Deputy Collector, LR) disposes Tenancy cases incidental to annuity applications and forward proposals to Land Board for payment of annuity. : Kerala Land Reforms(Re-determination of purchase price and compensation annuity)Rules 1980
33 Declaring movable and immovable properties as escheated properties : Kerala Escheats and forfeiture Act 1964 and Rules 1965
34 Power to acquire Treasure Trove and deposit in Government Treasury : Kerala Treasure Trove Act, 1968 and Rules 1971
35 Hearing of Appeals : Kerala Schedule Tribes(Restriction on Transfer of land and Restoration of alienated land)Act,1974 and Rules 1986
36 Issue notification of survey on Land Acquisition Cases. : Kerala Survey and Boundaries Act 1961 and Rules 1964
37 Monitoring progress of disposal of cases : Transfer of Registry Rules,1966
38 To issue no objection certificate for Quarrying of rocks, lime shell , clay etc. : The Kerala Minor Mineral concession Rules,1967
39 To issue Arms Licence and inspection of Arms. : Arms Act and Rules
40 To issue licence to store and sell fire crackers, issue of NOC for storage of explosives. : Explosive Act and Rules
41 To issue Nativity Certificate for appointment to Defence Service : Govt.orders on issue of certificates
42 Monitoring of progress of assignment : Kerala Kandukrishi land Assignment Rules, 1958
43 Monitoring progress of assignment : Sreepandaravaka lands(V&E)Act,1971 and Rules
44 Monitoring progress of assignment : Sreepadam land (V&E)Act 1969 and Rules
45 Monitoring progress of assignment : Kerala Service Inam(V&E)Act and Rules 1981
46 Assignment of KDH land : Kannam Devan Hills (Resumption)Act 1971 and Rules(Idukki)
47 Monitoring progress of issue of Patta : Govt.orders on issue of Patta to beneficiaries under one lakh housing scheme
48 Identification of land/purchase of land/Monitoring of issue pf Patta : Scheme for provision of house site to rural poor
49 Selection of eligible persons in Municipal and Corporation areas. : Rules for issue of Record of Rights to occupants of Poramboke land.
50 To furnish proposals to Government : Govt.orders on transfer of land from one department to another
51 To sanction financial assistance up to R.500/- and to forward proposals to Government on cases exceeding Rs.500/- : Govt.orders on sanction of Financial Assistance from CMDRF
52 Allotment of funds, monitoring progress of sanction of pension and payments. : Rules for sanction of financial assistance to TB patients.
53 Allotment of funds, monitoring progress of sanction of pension and payments. : Rules for sanction of financial assistance to leprosy patients
54 Allotment of funds.Monitoring progress of sanction of pension and payments. : Rules for sanction of financial assistance to cancer patients
55 To furnish proposals to the Government : Rules for sanction of pension to Freedom Fighters
56 To furnish proposals to the Government : Rules for sanction of pension to circus Artists
57 To furnish proposals to the Government : Rules for sanction of pension to men of Arts and Letters
58 To furnish proposals to the Government : Sanction for employment assistance to the dependents of Government servants dyin in harness
59 Monitoring of progress of collection of arrears : Low income Group Housing Scheme
60 Monitoring of progress of collection of arrears : Middle income Group Housing Scheme
61 Monitoring of progress of collection of arrears : Rehabilitation Housing Scheme
62 Monitoring of progress of collection of arrears : Kudikidappukar's Housing Scheme
63 Monitoring progress of payments : Scheme for financial assistance to assignees of surplus land
64 Monitoring of progress of collection of arrears : Rules for grant of land improvement and agricultural loans.
65 Allotment of funds. : Jenmikaram Payment Abolition Act,1960
66 Allotment of funds. : Thirupuram Payment Abolition Act,1960
67 Rescue, Medical aid, Food, and shelter, financial assistance co-ordination of relief measures, allotment of fund for relief measures and works. : Scheme for providing financial assistance to victims of natural calamity and disaster
68 Disbursement of compensation : Scheme for disbursement of death compensation to legal heirs of NRI's
69 Appeals : National Family Benefit Scheme
70 Hearing of appeals : Unemployment allowance
71 Allotment of funds to LSG and disposing appeals : National Old age Pension scheme'
72 Allotment of funds to LSG and disposing appeals : Scheme for payment of widow pension
73 Allotment of funds to LSG and disposing appeals : Scheme for payment of pension to Physically Handicapped
74 Allotment of funds to LSG and disposing appeals : Scheme for grant of financial assistance to widows for marriage of their daughters
75 Allotment of funds to LSG and disposing appeals : National Maternity Benefit Scheme
76 Selection and appointment of eligible candidates : Rules for appointment of Physically disabled persons in Govt.service
77 Monitoring of progress of disposal of cases : Kanam Tenancy Abolition Act and Rules

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