Alappuzha

Village Office Services




Possession Certificate:
Application duly written in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the proof of documents of ownership, possession, land tax receipt etc. The Certificate will be issued with in one week from the date of receipt of the application as per GO (MS) No.300/96/RD dated.12.6.1996. Certificates for special purposes and to be produced before the Central Government Offices are issued by the Tahsildar. The Village Officer is empowered to issue possession certificate as per GO (MS)No.109/92/RD dated.10.2.1992. Separate certificate will be issued for each purpose as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Location Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form prescribed with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The document of ownership, land tax receipts etc. are to be produced along with the application. The prescribed fee should be remitted for the sketch plan issued by the Village Officers under the instructions stipulated in the No. LRD1-36319/07 dated.20.06.2007 of the Additional Commissioner, Land Revenue, Thiruvananthapuram. The Certificate will be issued after due enquiry and site verification. The Village Officer is empowered to issue location Certificate as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007. Separate certificate will be issued for each purpose as per the GO.

Caste Certificate( Other than SC/ST):
The Village Officer is empowered to issue Caste Certificate as per GO (MS) 1039/79/RD dated 06.08.1979 and GO (MS)No.882/82/RD dated 20.08.1982 .All caste/community certificates except SC/ST certificates are being issued by the Village Officer. Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with school registration particulars, the caste related documents of the parents of the applicant, ration card and other supporting records to prove the Caste/ religion of the applicant. The Certificate will be issued with in 3 days as per Circular No.24298/T4/2002/RD dated.23.5.2002 of the Government. The Village Officer is empowered to issue Conversion Certificates, as per circular NO.18421/E2/87/SCSTDD dated 15.12.1987.In case where the certificates can't be issued; the reason will be intimated to the applicant within 10 days. The List of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward communities in Kerala State are given below.

Income Certificate:
The Village Officer is empowered to issue income certificates as per GO(MS)1039/79/RD dated 06.08.1979 and as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. The income certificate issued by the Village Officer is sufficient to produce before all state Government authorities with in Kerala State. Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the documents of proof required ie. of property, salary certificate, ration card income tax return etc. SC/ST communities are exempted from paying the fee of five rupee court fee stamp. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry regarding his income. The Certificate will be issued with in one week as per GO (MS) No.300/96/RD dated.12.6.2000. The validity period of this certificate of persons having income up to Rs.36000/- has been enhanced to 1 year as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007. Certificate of persons having income above Rs.36000/- has only six months validity period as existed earlier. The actual income of the family shall be shown in the application. The term "family" includes the applicant, father, mother/parents, unmarried brothers and sisters, unmarried sons and daughters and widow daughters depending the family. Income from salary, pension, business, rent, and land and property ie.yeilding from agricultural land and income from those who serve / conducting business in foreign countries etc.will be considered for issuing income certificates for various purposes.

Solvency Certificate:
Application in the white paper or in the format shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village officer along with the document of ownership ie. title deed (in original), ration card, land tax receipt and stamp paper worth Rs.50/- . The encumbrance certificate for 12 years from the Sub Registrar Office is also to be produced to show the applicant is solvent. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry with in 7 days as per GO (MS)No.300/96/RD dated.12.6.1996. Originally the Tahsildar was authorized to issue Solvency Certificate as per GO (MS) No. 359/67/RD dated. 10.8.1967. Later, the Village Officer was authorized to issue Solvency Certificate for value not exceeding Rs.5000/- as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. Then the value has been enhanced to Rs.100000/- as per GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. As per the amendment made on 27.4.2007 as per GO (MS) No.136/07/RD, the value has been enhanced up to Rs.5, 00,000/-

Valuation Certificate:
Application in the white paper or in the format shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village officer along with the document of ownership ie. title deed (in original), ration card and land tax receipt. The encumbrance certificate for 12 years from the Sub Registrar Office is also to be produced. Valuation Certificate (for value not exceeding Rs.100000/-) will be issued by the Village Officer as per GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry. The Village Officer is empowered to issue valuation certificate for value not exceeding Rs.1, 00,000/- as per GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. The value has been enhanced up to Rs.5, 00,000/-as per the amendment made by GO (MS) No.136/07/RD dated. 27.4.2007.

Residence Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed Proforma with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the documents of proof such as ration card or the copy of voters' identity card. The Village Officer is empowered to issue residence certificate as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. Separate certificate will be issued for each purpose as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Nativity Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the documents of proof required ie.of property, salary certificate (if employed), ration card and school certificate. SC/ST communities are exempted from paying the fee of five rupee court fee stamp. People those who are residing out side Kerala should submit the residential certificate along with their application to get the Nativity Certificate. The certificate will be issued to those who were born in Kerala State, their children and to the children of persons permanently settled in Kerala state in pursuance of their marriage. In all other cases only residence certificates will be issued. The Village Officer is empowered to issue nativity certificate as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. The validity period of this certificate has been enhanced to lifelong as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007. 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).

Identification Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The proofs of identity such as ration card, the copy of voters' identity card are also to be appended with the application. The Village Officer is empowered to issue identification certificate as per GO (MS) 1039/79/RD dated 06.08.1979 and as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. The validity period of this certificate has been enhanced to 10 years as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Relationship Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The supporting documents have to be produced along with the application. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry regarding the relationship. The Village Officer is empowered to issue relationship certificate as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. Separate certificate will be issued to the husband and wife for each purpose and the others will get the certificate with life long validity as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Family Membership Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The supporting documents ration card etc.have to be produced along with the application. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry regarding the members of the family. The Village Officer is empowered to issue family membership certificate as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. The validity period of this certificate has been enhanced to 3 years as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007
Marital Status Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The marriage registration details should be produced for the verification. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry regarding the marital status. The Village Officer should disclose in the Certificate about the document which he has relied on, while issuing the same (Govt letter No.81847/D2/87/RD dated 26.5.1988).

Destitute Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with ration card. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry. The Village Officer is empowered to issue destitute certificate as per GO(MS)1039/79/RD dated 06.08.1979 .The validity period of this certificate has been enhanced to 3 years as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Non-creamy layer Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The Village Officer is empowered only to issue non- Creamy layer Certificate to be produced before the State Government offices under GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. Salary Certificate of father, mother, husband or wife, ration card, the details of property etc. are to be produced for verification. The Government of Kerala has issued guidelines to identify the creamy layer among the backward Classes as per GO (P) No.36/2000/SCSTDD dated 27.5.2000 , GO (P) No.46/2007/SCSTDD dated 25.8.2007 and GO (P) No. 117/2008/SCSTDD dated 19/12/2008 The validity period of this certificate is fixed for one year as per GO (Ms) No. 81/08/SCSTDD dated 25/07/2008.

Non-remarriage Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The death certificate of her husband, ration card, election identity cards etc. are to be produced along with the application.The Village Officer is empowered to issue this Certificate under GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. Separate certificate will be issued for each purpose as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007

Widow Certificate:
Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The death certificate of her husband, ration card, election identity cards etc. are to be produced along with the application. The Village Officer is empowered to issue this Certificate under GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. Separate certificate will be issued for each purpose as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

One and the Same Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The supporting documents viz.school registration particulars, election identity card, ration card etc. are to be produced along with the application. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry regarding the identity.

Possession and non-attachment Certificate:
Application duly written in the prescribed form with the court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the proof of documents of ownership, possession, land tax receipt, etc. The encumbrance certificate for 12 years from the Sub Registrar Office is also to be produced. The Certificate will be issued after verification of the revenue recovery records, possession of the applicant and other details.Certificates for special purposes and to be produced before the Central Government Offices are issued by the Tahsildar./div>
No Land Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

No House Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

Dependency Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with ration card. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

Domicile Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the records to prove his domicile. The Village Officer is empowered to issue this Certificate under GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry. The validity period of this certificate has been enhanced to life long as per GO (MS)No.136/07/RD dated.27.4.2007.

Tax Remittance certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the details of remittance made, the title deed. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

Unmarried Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the ration card and School certificate. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

Unemployment Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the ration card and School certificate. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

Life Certificate:
Application duly filled in the white paper/ form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the ration card. The Certificate will be issued by the Village Officer after making due enquiry.

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. The Village officer is bound to convey immediate information to the higher officers including the District Collector. As 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 Village Officer has to render assistance for evacuation, rescue, relief, shelter, food, clothing, medical aid, sanction, and rehabilitation etc. of the affected.
The application duly filled in the prescribed form as per GO (MS) No.75/70/Rev dated.5.6.1970 shall be submitted to the Village Officer. The change of registry in the revenue records will be carried out by the Village Officer under the provisions of the Transfer of Registry Rules, 1966.The Village Officer was free to effect transfer of registry without subdivision and arising out of succession as per GO (MS) No. 584/91/RD dated. 1.10.1991. An amount of Rs.10/- shall be paid by the applicant as the TR fee GO (P) No.610/91/RDdated. 29.10.91. The transfer of registry applications will be disposed by the Village Officer with 15 days of its receipt as per GO (MS) No. 584/91/RD dated. 1.10.1991.If the transfer of registry cannot be effected , the Village Officer shall communicate the party concerned with in the month.
The Village Officer is also the State Public Information Officer. As the State Public Information Officer, he shall provide the information required for the persons under the provisions contained in the 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 -
(i) Inspection of work, documents, records
(ii) taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records;
(iii) taking certified samples of material;
(iv)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.
Collection of taxes/ rate of various taxes
The Collection of revenue is the primary duty of the Village Officers under the instructions stipulated in various Act and Rules. The rates of various taxes are shown below.

(a) Rate of Basic tax
Period Panchayath Muncipality Corporation
Till 31.3.88 Rs.0.05/ are Rs.0.05/ are Rs.0.05/ are
1.4.1988 to31.3.1993 Rs.0.25/ are Rs.0. 50/ are Rs.1.00/ are
1.4.1993 to 31.3.1998 Rs.0. 50/are Rs.1.00/ are Rs.2.00/are
From 1.4.1998 the rate is as follows
Area Extent Rate
Corporation Up to 2 are Rs.2.00per are
Above 2 are Rs.4.00per are
Muncipality/ Township Up to 6are Rs.1.00per are
Above 6 are Rs.2.00per are
Panchayath Up to 20 are Rs.0.50per are
Above 20 are Rs.1.00per are
(b) Rate of Building tax (In Rupees)
Plinth Area Grama panchayat other than Spl Gr Grama Panchayat Spl gr Panchayat/ Town Panchayat/Muncipal Council Mun Corp
1 2 3 4
Resi. Buildings
upto 100 sq mts Nil Nil Nil
Above 100 sq mts but not exceeding 150 sq mts 750 1350 2025
Above 150 sq mts but not exceeding 200 sq mts 1500 2700 4050
Above 200 sq mts but not exceeding 250 sqmts 3000 5400 8100
Exceeding 250 sqmts 3000 +600every addl 10 Sqmt 5400 + Rs.1200 every addl 10 sq mts 8100 + Rs.1500 every addl 10 sq mts
Other building
Not exceeding 50 square metres Nil Nil Nil
Above 50 square metres but not exceeding 75square metres 750 1500 3000
Above 75 square metres but not exceeding 100 square metres 1125 2250 4500
Above 100 square metres but not exceeding 150 square metres 2250 4500 9000
Above 150 square metres but not exceeding 200 square metres 4500 9000 18000
Above 200 square metres but not exceeding 250square metres 9000 18000 27000
Exceeding 250 square metres 9000 plus Rs.900 for every additional 10 sq.mt 18000 plus Rs.1800 for every additional 10 sq.mt 27000 plus Rs.2250 for every additional 10 sq.mt
(c) Rate of Plantation tax
Sl. No. Extent Rate
1 Total plantation area below 2 hectares ( except areca nut and coconut) No tax
2 Areca nut and coconut plantation area below 4 hectares No tax
3 Total plantation area between 2 and 4 hectares (Except areca nut and coconut) Rs. 100 for each hectare above 2 hectares.
4 Total plantation extent between 4 and 8 hectares No tax for area up to 2 hectares (Except for areca nut and coconut) Rs. 150/- for remaining each hectares. No tax for Coconut and areca nut for area below 4 hectares above it Rs. 150/- for each hectares
5 Total plantation area between 8 and 15 hectares Rs. 350/- for each hectares above 2 hectare. Rs. 250/- for each hectare above 4 hectare for areca nut and coconut plantation
6 Total plantation area above 25 hectares Rs. 350/- for each hectares above 2 hectare. Rs. 350/- for each hectares above 4 hectares for coconut and areca nut plantation.
(d) Agricultural farmers' welfares fund
Up to 50 Ares Nil
50 Ares -75 Ares Rs. 10
75 Ares – 1 lakh Rs. 15
Remaining each hectares and its parts Rs. 15 each
The Village Officer has the following duties as per the provisions contemplated in section 17 of the Survey and boundaries Act, 1961.

a) to prevent the destruction, injury, removal or alteration, of any survey mark on or within the limits of his jurisdiction
b) when he becomes aware that any such mark has been destroyed injured, removed or altered, to report the fact to the Taluk Surveyor by an entry in an inspection register an extract of which should be submitted periodically.

If the registered holder of any land fails to carryout repairs of renewal within the period specified in the notice, any officer empowered under the Act within whose jurisdiction the land lie shall renew or repair the survey marks at Government cost, which will be recovered later from the registered holder of the land.

In the case of a survey mark on the boundary between Government lands and registered lands the registered holders or the owners of registered lands touching the survey mark shall be responsible for the maintenance of the survey marks on the boundary.
Sl. No. Functions Name of Act/Rules
1 Prevent destruction, removal, alteration of survey marks, furnish reports to Tahsildars, collection of Survey dues etc. The Kerala Survey and Boundaries Act, 1961 and Rules 1964
2 Collection of tax /revenue and maintenance of records Irrigation Cess
3 Collection of tax /revenue and maintenance of records Kerala Building Tax Act
4 Collection of revenue and maintenance of records Revenue Recovery Act
5 Protect Government land from encroachment , collection of dues and furnishing reports on encroachment Kerala Land Conservancy Act
6 Enquiry on land relinquishment Kerala land relinquishment Act
7 Recovery of arrears Kerala Land Development Act
8 Furnishing report Kerala Land Utilisation Order
9 Collection of dues Settlement scheme patta Rules
10 Collection of dues Rules for sale of land for coffee and tea cultivation rules,1974
11 Collection of dues Rules for lease of land to Government offices and Bunglaw
12 Furnishing enquiry reports, collection of dues and maintenance of records Rules for lease of Government land for tobacco cultivation
13 Management of surplus land and collection of usufructs Kerala Land Reforms Act
14 Management of receiver property Civil Procedure Code,1908
15 Furnish preliminary information on escheated cases to Tahsildar and management of escheated property Kerala Escheats and Forfeitures Act 1964 and Rules, 1965
16 Enquiry and report to the Tahsildar Kerala Treasure Trove Act, 1968 and Rules 1971
17 Enquiry and report to the Tahsildar The Kerala Scheduled Tribes (Restriction on transfer of lands and restoration of alienated lands) Act, 1975 and Rules 1986
18 Report on Transfer of Registry cases Transfer of Registry Rules, 1967
19 Furnish enquiry reports Kerala Minor Mineral Concessions Rules 1967
20 Furnish enquiry reports Arms Act and Rules
21 Furnish enquiry reports Explosives Act and Rules
22 Furnish enquiry reports Government orders on issue of certificates
23 Furnish enquiry reports Kandukrishi land Assignment Rules, 1958
24 Furnish enquiry reports Sreepandaravaka lands (V&E)Acts and Rules
25 Furnish enquiry reports Sreepandaravaka lands(V&E) Acts Acts and Rules
26 Furnish enquiry reports The Kerala Service Inam lands (V&E) Act 1981 and Rules 1981
27 Furnish enquiry reports Kannan Devan Hills (resumption) Act 1981 and Rules 1981
28 Enquiry ,report, updating of land records etc. Govt. Orders on issue of Patta to beneficiaries of one lakh housing scheme
29 Enquiry and report Scheme for provision of House sites to rural poor
30 Enquiry and report Rules for issue of Record of Rights to occupants of poramboke land
31 Enquiry and report Govt. Orders on transfer of Govt. land from one department to another
32 Enquiry and report Govt. Orders on sanction of financial assistance from Chief Ministers distress relief fund
33 Enquiry and report Rules for sanction of financial assistance to Leprosy patients
34 Enquiry and report Rules for sanction of financial assistance to Cancer patients
35 Enquiry and report Rules for sanction of freedom fighter pension
36 Enquiry and report Rules for sanction of pension to Circus artists
37 Enquiry and report to the Tahsildar Rules for sanction of pension to Men of Arts and Letters Scheme for legal aid to poor
38 Enquiry and report to the Tahsildar Rules for sanction of pension to Ex-land lords
39 Enquiry and report to the Tahsildar Scheme for employment assistance to dependents of Govt. servants died in harness
40 Collection of arrears Low income group housing scheme
41 Collection of arrears Middle income group housing scheme
42 Collection of arrears Rehabilitation housing scheme
43 Collection of arrears Kudikidappukar's housing scheme
44 Collection of arrears Kerala Land Reforms Tenancy Rules, 1970
45 Updating of land records Kerala Land Reforms (vesting and assignment) Rules, 1970
46 Render assistance for evacuation, rescue, relief, shelter, food, clothing, medical aid, sanction, rehabilitation etc. of the affected Scheme for providing financial assistance to victims of Natural calamity and disaster
47 Enquiry and report Scheme for death compensation to the legal heirs of the NRIs
48 Enquiry and report. Scheme for grant of financial assistance to the widows for marriage of their daughters
49 Enquiry report to the local self Govt. National Old Age Pension Scheme
50 Enquiry report to the local self Govt. Scheme for payment of pension to physically Handicapped
51 Enquiry report to the local self Govt. National Maternity benefit scheme
52 Enquiry report to the local self Govt. Pension to unmarried women above 50 years
53 Enquiry and report Scheme for unemployment wages
54 Enquiry report to LSG Agricultural workers pension
55 Enquiry and report to LSG Financial Assistance for marriage of daughter's of women belonging to scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes
56 Enquiry and report Rules of assignment of Govt. land for industrial purpose
57 Collection of arrears Rules for grant of land improve ment and Agricultural loan
58 Providing site plans to Courts The Kerala Survey and Boundaries Act, 1961
59 Enquiry and report The Citizenship Act
60 Arrangement of polling stations Election Manual/Conduct of Election Rules
61 Enquiry and report Foreign Contribution Act
62 Enquiry and report Prevention of atrocities against SC/ST Act
63 Enquiry and report Evacuees Property Act
64 Rendering assistance Joint verification of Tribal lands
65 Rendering assistance Joint verification of Forest lands
66 Enquiry and report For Coffee registration
67 Enquiry and report For cardamom registration
68 Enquiry and report Mental Health Act
69 Enquiry and report Prevention of Cruelty towards Animals Act
70 Furnish report Criminal Procedure Code
71 Furnish report Agricultural pests and Diseases Act,1958
72 Furnish report Kerala Anatomy Act,1957
73 Furnish report Kerala Forest Act,1961
74 Furnish report Kerala livestock improvement Act,1961
75 Furnish report Kerala Panchayat Raj Act

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