INFORMATION HAND BOOK ON GUDUR SUB DIVISION (as per Chapter II Section 4-1 (b) of RTI Act, 2005)


A Draft Template for

INFORMATION HAND BOOK

( Refer to Chapter II Section 4-1 (b) of RTI Act 2005)

September – 2005

(Revised in 22nd, May, 2012)


CHAPTER – 1

 

INDTRODUCTION

 

1.1.  SALIENT FEATURES OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT – 2005

 

 

♣. Parliament enacted Right to information Act on 15-6-2005

♣. The Provisions of Sub – Section (1) of Section 4, Sub – Section (1) and (2) of

     Section5, Section 12, 13, 15, 16, 24, 27 and 28 of the Act shall come into force at

      once, and the remaining provisions shall come into force on the 120th day of its

     enactment.

♣. To promote transparency and accountability of every public authority

♣. To enhance effective functioning of the Government

♣. Optimum utilization of limited fiscal resources

♣. Preservation and confidentiality of sensitive information

 

1.2 CONCEPT

 

  • To provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens
  • To secure access to information under the control of the public authorities.
  • To promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority.

 

1.3 INFORMATION MEANS

 

  • Any material in any form including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press  releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, sample, models, data, material etc.,
  • In any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force.

1.4 RECORD MEANS

            (a) any document, manuscript on file

            (b) any microfiche and facsimile copy of a document

            (c) any reproduction of image or images embodied in such micro file whether

     enlarged or not, and

            (d) any other material produced by a computer or any other device

 

1.5    WHO IS A PUBLIC AUTHORITY

            Any authority or body or institution of self – government established or constituted –

(a)   by or under the constitution

(b)   by any other law made by parliament

(c)    by any other law made by State Legislature

(d)   by notification issued or order made by the Government, and includes any

(i)                 Body owned, controlled or substantially financed,

(ii)               Non – Government organization substantially funded directly or indirectly by the Government.

1.6    WHAT IS RIGHT TO INFORMATION

            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 works, documents, records

(ii)               taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records

(iii)             taking certified sample or material

(iv)             obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in any other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in  a computer or in any other device

 

1.7    APPLICATION FEE TO ACCOMPANY REQUEST FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION

           

            A request for obtaining information under sub-section (1) of section 6 shall be accompanied by an application fee by way of cash or by demand draft or by Bankers Cheque payable to the Accounts Officer or any other duly authorized officer of the Public Authority, against proper receipt, at the following rates:-

           

(a) in respect of public authorities at the village level         : No Fee

(b) n respect of public authorities at Mandal level : Rs.5/- per

                                                                                                                         application  

(c)in respect of public authorities other than those : Rs.10/- per

               Covered above                                                                          application.

 

1.8    FEE TO BE CHARGED FOR PROVIDING INFORMATION

 

For providing information under Sub – Section (1) or sub – section (5) of section 7, shall be charged, by way of cash or demand draft or bankers cheque, payable to the Accounts Officer or any other duly authorized office of the Public Authority, against proper receipt, at the following rates:-

 

(A)  Priced Material :

Publication printed matters, text, maps, plans, floppies, CDs, samples, models or material in any other form, which are priced, the sale price thereof.

     (B). Other than priced material :

(i) Material in printed or text form ( in A4 or  : Rs.2/- per each page per copy A3 size paper)

(ii)Material in printed or text form in larger  : Actual cost thereof

      Than A4 or A3 size paper

(iii) Maps and Plans                                             : Actual cost thereof

(iv)Information in  Electronic format Viz.,       : Rs.50/- for Floppy of                              

                                                                                               1.44MB  Floppy, CD or DVD

                                                                               : Rs.100/- for CD of 700MB, and

                                                                               : Rs.200/- for CD (DVD)

 

 

(v) Sample and Models                                        : Actual cost thereof.

(vi) Inspection of Records                                    : No fee for the first hour and a fee of Rs. 50/- for each fifteen minutes (or fraction thereof 

thereafter)

(vii) Material to be sent by post                          : The actual postal charges in addition to the charge payable as per these rules.

 

1.9 CONTRACT INFORMATION FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

 1). Sub Collector, Gudur                  Off.Ph                        :  08624- 251807

       Sub Collector’s Office                Res Ph:           :  08624 – 251470

                          Gudur                                   Cell No.       : 98499040456

 

 2). Divisional Administrative Officer,  Off.Ph :  08624- 251807

  Sub Collector’s Office .                   Cell No.          : 98499040462

 

CHAPTER – 2

Organisation, Functions and duties

[ Sectio 4(1) (b) (I)]

 2.1 Particulars of the Organisation, functions and duties:-

 

S.No Name of the Organisation Address Functions Duties
1 Sub Collector, Gudur Sub Collector’s Office, Beside Old Bus stand, Gudur. La & Order and Magisterial functions, promulgation of order whenever required Maintenance of Law & Order in public
      Protocal ( VIPS)  
      Cinematography  
      Representative of Government  
      Postings, Transfers & Sanction of leave of the Attenders  
      Maintenance of Land Records  
      Irrigation  
      Committees & Meetings  
      Natural Calamities Relief & Rehabilitation
      Land Acquisition Land Acquisition for projects and other public purpose
      Civil Supplies Distribution of Essential Commodities under Publc Distribution System System
      Elections Conduct of Lok Sabha & Assembly Elections
      Collection of Water Tax and other Revenue  

  

S.No Name of the Organisation Address Functions Duties

DIVISIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1 Sub Collector, Gudur Sub Collector’s Office, Beside Old Bus Stand, Gudur. The Divisional Administrative Officer, exercise control of the Revenue Divisional Office and sections, to implement the instructions of the Revenue Divisional Office, Gudur  


CHAPTER – 3

Powers and duties of Officers and employees

( Secton 4(1) (b) (ii))

 

3.1 The details of powers and duties of Officers and employees of the Collectorate by designation as follows:

 

Sl.No Designation Duties Allotted   Powers
  Sub Collector, Gudur Statutory
    1 Maintenance of Law & Order Under the Criminal Procedure Code
    2 Conduct Elections Representation of People Act, 1951
    3 Representative of Government  
 

Administrative

 
    1 General Administration  
    2 Postings, Transfers & Sanction of leaves of the Attenders As per the A.P. Civil Service ( Conduct) Rules, 1964
    3 Planning and Development  
    4 Irrigation As per the Irrigation Act
    5 Adverse Seasonal Conditions  
    6 Jurisdictions District Formation Act
    7 Agency District Formation Act
    8 Agency Act 1 to 70
    9 Census  
    10 VIPS Protocol Manual 1966
    11 Irrigation – Major & Minor  
    12 Civil Supplies Essential Commodities Act, 1980
    13 Magisterial Powers under Criminal  Procedure Code
    14 Inspection of Offices  
    15 Leases  
    16 Jamabandi  
    17 Land Acquisition  
    18 Assignment & Transfer of Land  
    19 Estate Abolition Act  
    20 Encroachments  
    21 Forest  
    22 Land Reforms  
    23 Mines & Minerals  
    24 Suits  
    25 Buildings 1. A.P. Buildings ( Lease, Rent and Eviction) Control Act, 1960.

2. A.P. requisitioning of Buildings Act.  26Elections   27Survey and Land Records   28Stationery & Furniture   29Treasure Trove etc., 

 

 

Sl.No

Designation

Subjects

1

Division Administrative Officer ( Vacant)

Sri.M. Khadar Basha (I/c)

Drawing and Disbursing Officer, General Supervision of all Assistants, Cash Accounts, Maintenance of Attendance Register, Monitoring of budget. The Division Administrative Officer will also monitor the work of staff. Record the important messages received in the absence of Sub Collector / Revenue Divisional Officer, Gudur and bring them to the notice of the Sub Collector / Revenue Divisional Officer.

2

“A” Sr.Assistant

 ( Vacant)

L.Venkatasubbaiah (A1)

( Outsourcing)

Land Reforms and Land Acquisition of House sites, Land Acquisition work of Social Welfare and Indiramma housing programme and Land Purchase Scheme.

3

Sri Sd. Usman Basha(A2)

 ( Outsourcing )

Land Acquisition of Telugu Ganga Project,  Swarnamukhi and all SEZ cases.

4

“B1” Sr.Assistant ( Vacant)

Sri.B. Rajendra Prasad

Assignment of land. Alienation, Encroachments,Forestland. Mines & Minerals, Monitoring of utilization of assigned lands. POB, change of classification of land etc., Homestead Act. CJFS. In respect of 8 Mandals – Sydapuram, Manubolu, Gudur, Chillakur, Chittamur, Venkatagiri, Balayapalli, Dakkili.  ROs Conference and Caste Verification, Land Conversion.

5

“B2 ” Sr.Assistant ( Vacant)

A.V. Subbarao

 (On Deputation)

Assignment of land. Alienation, Encroachments,Forestland. Mines & Minerals, Monitoring of utilization of assigned lands. POB, change of classification of land etc., Homestead Act. CJFS. In respect of 8 Mandals – Vakadu,Kota, Naidupet, Ozili, Pellakur, D.V.Satram, Sullurpet, Tada. Meeting. Land Conversion Act, ROR.

6

“ C ” Sr.Assistant

P. Padmavathi ( On leave)

Civil Supplies – Elections, Right to Information Act and ROR Appeal Cases and PPBs & TDs

7

“ D” Jr.Assistant

( Maternity Leave)

Irrigation, Inams, E.A. Act, Water Tax, NALA, Long pending Refs Bonded Labour, Legal Aid to the Poor, Dowry Prohibition Act, Minimum Wages Act, Wakf  Property, Hostels, Pawn Brokers, Apadbandu, Natural Calamities, Law & Orders and Magisterial Enquiry Cases. Hit and Run solatium fund, Drinking water, Fire Accident, State functions.

8

“ E ” Jr.Assistant

V. Rajamani,

Public Servants, Establishment, TA Bills, Watch Registers for tour diaries, Pay Bills, Audit objections, Confidential reports, Transfers Panel Policy, Promotions and Vehicle correspondence, Maintenance of Service Registers and Casual Leave Register, Public copies, Birth & Death Certificates, Vital Statistics, Village Servants and VRO Establishment.

9

“F” Jr.Assistant ( Vacant)

Sri.V. Sudhakar

(“H” Assistant incharge)

Cinematography, Explosives, Arms, Petroleum Act, Preparation of tour dairies, Advance tour programmess, Maintenance of log book, NFBS –Alluru Audiseshareddy Stadium.

10

“G” Jr.Assistant

 Sri.Rajya Lakshmi

(On leave)

V.Rajamani, “E”Assistant

(Incharge)

Stamp duty,  Pauper stamp duty, R.R.Act, Recoveries of Loans and other Government dues, Community hall correspondence, Escheats, Mobilization of resources, ICDS, Redcross, Epodemics, Adjudication, Rent Control Act, Evacue Property, Officials Language, Freedom Fighters, Awards, Press, Charcoal, Fisheries, Unclaimed Property, National Savings all writ petitions – G.C Cell, Monitoring of all writ petition cases, suits and GC Petitons. CM Peshi and MLA petitions.

11

“H” Jr.Steno

Sri.V.Sudhakar

Distribution of Tapal, Urgent Tappal, D.O Register, Telegram register, Maintenance of Collector’s Special Cell Register and Dispatch

12

Typist

( Vacant)

Fair copying, Maintenance of fair copying registers

13

Smt. M. Vani

Dy. Statistical Officer

Monitoring of work done by ASOs in the Division. Census, Rainfall, Seasonal report, Hut Insurance Scheme, Personal Accident Insurance Scheme, Advance Seasonal Conditions. He Should obtain full information regarding the Seasonal conditions and keep the Sub Collector / Revenue Divisional Officer inform the seasonal conditions of each Mandal including Repatriates.

14

Sri.K. Gouse Basha

Dy. Inspector of Survey

Monitor the work done by the Surveyors in the Division. Maintenance of Survey Records, Verification of Sub Division Records and incorporation, other survey works relating toe the Division.

15

( Sri.K. Chenchaiah)

L.R.D

Land Records and Survey Maintenance Work

 

 

CHAPTER – 4

Procedure Followed in Decision – making process

( Section 4(1) (b) (iii))

 

Activity

Description

Decision making process

Designation of final decision making authority

Goal – Setting & Planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Budgeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Formulation of Programmes schemes and projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recruitment / hiring of personnel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Release of  funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Implementation / delivers of Service / Utilization of funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monitoring & evaluation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gathering feedback from public

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under taking improvements

 

 

 

 


Chapter – 5

Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

( Section 4(1) (b) (iv))

 

5.1            The details of the norms / standards set by the Collectorate for the discharge of its functions / delivery of service.

 

Sl.No

Function / Service

Norms / Standards of Performance set

Time frame (No.of days)

Reference document prescribing the norms ( Citizens charter service charter etc)

1

NOC for construction of Cinema Halls

 

45

 

2

NOC for grant of Permission for construction of Cinema Hall

 

45

 

3

NOC for grant of B – license for using of Cinema Hall

 

45

 

4

Order for enhancement of admission rates of Cinema Hall

 

7

 

5

Permission for running of benefit shows

 

2

 

6

Grant of Gun license

 

45

 

7

Renewal of Gun license

 

7

 

8

For grant of license for storage of explosive material

 

45

 

9

Grant of license for manufacture and sale of explosive material

 

45

 

10

Grant of NOC for construction of under ground storage tank

 

45

 

11

Grant of license for storage of petrol barrels

 

45

 

12

Grant of additional relief to the fire victims

 

7

 

13

Grant of copy applications

 

7

 

14

Grant of Agriculture land lease

 

45

 

 


Chapter – 6

Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for discharging function

Section 4(1) (b) (v) & )vi)

ACTS / RULES / REGULATIONS, BEING DEALT IN THE REVENUE DEPARTMENT

 

1.THE LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 AS AMENDED BY ACT 68 OF 1984

2. THE A.P. REVENUE SUMMONESSS ACT, 1869

3. THE A.P. REVENUE ENQUIRESS ACT, 1893

4. THE A.P REVENUE MALVERSATION REGULATION, 1822

5. THE A.P ESCHEATS AND BONA VACANTIA ACT, 1974

6. THE REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS DEATHS ACT, 1969

7. A.P. (NON – DELTA AREA) DRAINAGE CESS ACT, 1986

8. ANDHRA PRADESH SURVEY AND BOUDARIES ( EXTENSION AND

AMENDENT ACT, 1958

9. ANDHRA PRADESH LAND REVENUE ( ADDITIONAL WET ASSESSMENT ACT, 1975

10. THE ANDHRA PRADESH CONFERMENT OF PATTADARI RIGHTS ON

SHIKMIDARS RULES 1964

11. THE ANDHRA PRADESH PROJECT AFFECTED LAND ASSIGNMENT RULES

1961 (G.O.MS.1070 REV 20TH JUNE 61).

12. RULES FOR ASSIGNMENT OF HOUSE SITES IN VILLAGES AND TOWNS IN

TELANGANA AREA (G.O.MS546 RENENUE (Q2)DT 26-04-1975)

13. THEANDHRAPRADESHGOVERNMENTLANDSAND BUILDINGS (TEMINATION OF LEASES) ACT, 1986 (ACT NO 18/1986)

14. THE ANDHRA PRADESH (KRISHNA, GODAVATI AND PENNAR DELTA AREA) DRAINAGE CESS ( LEVY AND COLLECTION ) ACT 1985 (ACT 26 OF 1985)

15. THE A.P. ASSIGNED LANDS ( PROHIBITION OF TRANSFERS) ACT 1977.

16. THE A.P. TENANTS AND RYOTS PROTECTION ( AMENDMENT ) ACT, 1979

17. THEA.P.LANDGRABBIBNG ( PROTECTION) ACT, 1982

18. THEA.P.LANDENCROACHMENT ACT, 1985

19. THE A.P. PUBLIC PREMICES ( EVICTION OF UNAUTHORISED OCCUPATS) ACT, 1968

20. THEA.P.LANDREFORMS ( CEILING ON AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS) ACT, 1973

21. THE URBAN LAND (CEILING AND REGULATIONS ) ACT, 1976

22. THE A.P. BUILDINGS ( LEASE, RENT & EVICTOION) CONTROL ACT, 1960 REVISED LAND ASSIGNMENTS POLICY FOR BOTH TELANGANA AND ANDHRA AREAS RULES, 1958

23. THE A.P. RIGHTS IN LAND ANDPATTADARPASSBOOKS ACT, 1871 AS AMENDED IN ACT 11 OF 1980 AND AS FURTHER AMENDED IN ACT 1 OF 1989.

24. A.P.SPLITTING OF JOINT PATTAS ACT, 1965

25. A.P. OCCUPANTS OF HOMESTEADS ( CONFERMENT OF OWNERSHIP) ACT, 1976

26. A.P. WATER TAX ACT, 1988

27. A.P GROUND WATER ( REGULATION FOR DRINKING WATER PURPOSE) ACT, 1996

28. THE A.P. SURVEY AND BOUDARIES ACT, 1923

29. A.P. REVENUE RECOVERY ACT, 1864

30. A.P. ( SC., ST & BCS) REGULATION OF ISSUE OF COMMUNITY CERTIFICAATES ACT 1993

31. THE A.P. ( ANDHRA SCHEDULED AREAS ) VILLAG COURTS REGULATION 1940.

32. A.P. (ANDHRA AREA) AGENCY DEBT BONDAGE ABOLITION REGULATION 1940

33. THE A.P. ( ANDHRA SCHEDULED AREAS) VALIDATION OF SUCCESSION CERTIFICATES REGULATION 1951.

34. THE AP SCHEDULED TRIBES DEBT RELIEF REGULATION 1970

35. THE AP ( SCHEDULED AREAS RYOTHWARI SETTLEMENT ) REGULATION 1970.

36. THE AP ( ANDHRA AREA) TENANCY ACT 1956

37. THE SCS & STS ( PREVENTION OF ATROCITIES ) ACT, 1989

38. THE A.P. NON – AGRICULTURAL ASSESSMENT ACT, 1963

39. THE ANDHRA PRADESH CINEMAS ( REGULATION RULES 1962)

40. THE ARMS ACT 1959 ( NO 53 OF 1959)

41. BONDED LABOUR ACT 1976

42. MINIMUM WAGES ACT

43. THE INDIAN TREASURE TROVE ACT 1878 ( CENTRAL ACT VI OF 1878)

44. INAM ABOLITION ACT 1956 AND THE A.P. ( TELANGANA) INAM ABOLITION ACT 1967.

45. ESENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT 195551. THE A.P. RICE & PADDY ( STORAGE CONTROL) ORDER, 1981

46. THE A.P. SCHEDULED COMMODITES ( L& d) ORDER, 1982

47. THE A.P. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ( L&RS( ORDER, 1980.

48. THE LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES ( PS&DR) ORDER, 1987

49. DISTRICT OFFICE MANUAL

50. A.P.C.S (EX.BR) RULES

51. A.P.REVENUE SATE AND SUB-ORDINATE SERVICE RULES, 1990

52. THE PREVENTION OF TERRORISM ACT, 2002

53. THE PROTECTION AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACT, 1955

54. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1973

55. CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

56. A.P. BOARD OF REVENUE ( REPLACEMENT BY OMMISSIONERS) ACT, 1977

57. APPOINTMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF COMMISSIONERS UNDER THE A.P. BOARD OF REVENUE ( REPLACEMENT BY MISSIONERS) ORDINANCE, 1977

58. A.P. RENT AND REVENUE SALES ACT, 1839

59. A.P.(A.A) REVENUE RECOVERY ( MILITARY PROPRIETORS ) REGULATION, 1817

60. A.P. REVENUE SUMMONSES RULES, 1959

61. A.P.(A.A)REVENUE COMMISSIONER ACT, 1849

62. A.P. REVENUE ENQUIRIES ACT, 1893

63. A.P. ASSIGNED LANDS ( PROHIBITION OF TRANSFER) ACT, 1977

64. A.P. ASSIGNED LANDS ( PROHIBITION OF TRANSFER) RULES, 1977

65. A.P. NON – AGRICULTURAL ASSESSMENT RULES 1963

66.RULES FRAMED UNDER SECTION 260F THE A.P. SURVEY AND BOUDARIES ACT, 1923

67. A.P. SURVEY AND BOUDARIES ( VALIDATION) ACT – 1924

68. THE A.P. ESCHEATS AND BONA VACANTIA RULES, 1975

69. RULES FOR PRESERVATION AND DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS IN THESPECIAL COURTCONSTITUTED UNDER THE LAND GRABBING (PROHIBITION) ACT. RULES 2002.

70. A.P. PUBLIC PREMISES ( EVICTION OF UNAUTHORISED OCCUPANTS) RULES, 1968

71. A.P. PUBLIC PREMISES ( EVICITION OF UNAUTHORISED OCCUPANTS) ACT, 1968

72. A.P. RIGHTS IN LAND ANDPATTADARPASSBOOKS ACT, 1971

73. A.P. RIGHTS IN LAND ANDPATTADARPASSBOOKS RULES 1989

74. A.P. OCCUPANTS OF HOMESTEADS ( CONFERMENT OF OWNERSHIP) ACT, 1976

75. A.P. WATER TAX RULES, 1990

76. RULES FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF WATER CESS RATES

77.A.P.WATERLANDAND TREE ACT, 2002

78.A.P.WATERLANDAND TREE RULES, 2002

79. A.P. WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT, 1997.

80. A.P. FARMERS MANAGEMENTS OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM ( AMMEDMENT) ACT, 2003.

81. A.P DISTRICT ( FORMATION) ACT, 1974

82. A.P. DISTRICT ( FORMATION ) RULES, 1984

83. A.P. TAHSILDARS AND DEPUTY TAHSILDARS ( CONSTRUCTION OF REFRENCES) ACT, 1985

84. A.P. RURAL DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1996

85. A.P. REGISTRATION OF BIRTY AND DEATH RULES, 1999

86. A.P.(SC, ST& BCS) REGULAITON OF ISSUE OF COMMUNITY, NATIVITY AND DATE OF BIRTY CERTIFICATES RULES 1997.

87. A.P. PUBLIC EMPOYMENT ( RECORDING AND ALTERNATION OF DATE OF BIRTH) RULES 1984.

88.A.P.GOVERNMENTLANDSAND BUILDINGS ( TERMINAITON LEASES) ACT,  RULES, 1986.

89.A.P.GOVERNMENTLANDSAND BUILDINGS ( TERMINAITON LEASES) RULES 1986

90.A.P.LANDENCROACHMENT ACT, 1905

91.A.PLANDENCROACHMENT RULES, 1976

92. REPRESENTATION OF PROPLE ACT, 1951

93. THE REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS RULES 1960

94.CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS RULES – 1961

95.A.P. PREVENTIVE DETENTION ACT – 1970

96. CABLE TV, NET WORKS ( REGULATION) ACT.1995

97. UNLAWFUL ACTIVITES ( PREVENTION) ACT.1967.

CHAPTER – 7

Documents available in Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

  1. Files relation to maintenance of Law and Order
  2. Filed relation to VIP visits.
  3. Files relating to important fairs and festivals involving law and order and agrarian and Labour and other situations
  4. Files relating to transfers and postings of Attendars.
  5. Files relating to review and supervision of collection of Land Revenue, NALA, Loans etc.
  6. Files relating to Land Reforms ( General Policy)
  7. Files relating to conduct of General Elections
  8. Files relating to periodical revision of Electoral rolls
  9. Files relating to issue of Voters ID cards.
  10. Files relating to Inspection of Subordinate Offices at random.
  11. Files relating to sanction of GPF loans to Revenue employees
  12. Files relating to correspondence relating to flood, famine and other natural calamities
  13. Files relating to investiture of Magisterial Powers
  14. Files relating to the Press and Registration of Books Act (Act XXV of 1867)
  15. Files relating to Suits and Review of all legal cases.
  16. Files relating to Jamabandi and correspondence relating to Jamabandi
  17. Files relating to appeas and petitions under RR Act. ( Act II of 1864)
  18. Files relating to Review of Record of Rights work.
  19. Files relating to Review of Land Acquisition work under the LA Act ( Central Act I of 1984)
  20. Files relating to inspection of land under acquisition
  21. Files relating to securitization of valuation statements and awards.
  22. Files relating to assignment of lands, house sites ( Political sufferers also)
  23. Files relating to transfer of land from on classification to another
  24. Files relating to alienation of Government lands
  25. Files relating to passing of orders under Estates Abolition Act, 1948
  26. Files relating to the A.P. land Encroachments Act ( Act III of 1905)
  27. Files relating to the A.P. Cinemas ( Regulation Rules 1962).
  28. Files relating to the A.P Cinemas ( Regulation Act, 1955)
  29. Files relating to A.P. L..R ( COAH) Act, 1973
  30. Files relating to the A.P. Inams abolition Act, 1956
  31. Files relating to mining leases, licenses and certificate of approval for major and minor minerals and mines under the Mines Act, 1952 and other concerned Acts.
  32. Files relating to fire accident cases and rehabilitation of victims
  33. Files relating to grant of leave to Attenders in the Division establishment
  34. Files relating to appointment, transfer and punishment of Last Grade Govt. servants in Revenue Divisional Office.
  35. Files relating to Service Registers of Revenue Divisional Officer’s establishment.
  36. Files relating to Revenue Officer’s conferences and other review meetings relating to Revenue Department.
  37. Files relating to Annual establishment returns and number statements.
  38. Files relating to A.P. Inams Abolition Act, 1956
  39. Files relating to Pauper sutis.
  40. Files relating to all Elections matters except conduct of General Elections.
  41. Files relating to maintenance of furniture, typewriters and Computers
  42. Files relating to Reconciliation of Treasury and Departmental figures
  43. Files relating to information of Vital statistics collected under A.P. Registration of Births & Deaths act.
  44. Relating to the Indian Stamp Act of 1819.
  45. Files relating to the Andhra Pradesh Court Fee and Suits Valuation Act, 1956 (Act VII of 1956)
  46. Files relating to Act under the Indian Treasure Trove Act 1878 ( Central Act VI of 1878)
  47. Files relating to the Petroleum Act.
  48. Files relating to the State Employees Insurance Act
  49. Files relating to the Maintain Records and Record Room
  50. Files relating to the official Language Correspondence
  51. Files relating to the Indian Christian Marriages Act, 1872

      CHAPTER – 8

Arrangements for Consultation with or Representation by the Members of the Public in relation to the Formulation of Policy or Implementation there of

( Section 4(1) (b) viii)

S.No

Functions / Service

Arrangements for Consultation with or representation of public in relations with policy formulation

Arrangements for consultation with or representation of public in relations with policy implementation

1

Revision of Voter list

All party meetings at Constituency level / Division level

All party meetings at Constituency level / Division level

2

Conduct of Elections

All party meetings at Constituency level / Division level

All party meetings at Constituency level / Division level

3

Distribution of ration cards

Concerned Tahsildars

Concerned Tahsildars

4

Assignment land House site pattas

Assembly Constituency wide advisory Committee

Concerned Tahsidars and Assembly wise Constituency advisory Committee

5

Land Acquisiton for Projects / Social Welfare / General

Concerned requisition departments

Concerned Tahsildars

6

Integrated Caste Certificates

Concerned Tahsildars

7

SC / STs Atrocities cases

Relief & Rehabilitation under SC/ ST Atrocity Compensation

Concerned DSP / Tahsildar

CHAPTER – 9

Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of public authority ( Section 4(1)(b) v(iii))

9.1 The Revenue Department provide information on boards, councils, committees and other bodies related to the following format.

Name of Board Council, Committee Etc.,

Composition

Powers & Functions

Whether meetings open to public / Minutes of its meetings accessible of public

CHAPTER – 10

 

A Directory of Officers and Employees in Revenue Divisional Office ( Section 4(1) (b) (ix))

 

Sl.No

Name

Designation

Telephone No

EPABX

1

Sri. G.Veerapandian, I.A.S,

Sub Collector, Gudur

251807

 

2

Sri. M. Khadar Basha

( I/c)

Divisional Administrative Officer

251807

 

3

Sri. G. Ghouse Basha

Divisional Inspector of Survey

251807

 

4

Smt.M. Vani

Deputy Statistical Officer

251807

 

5

Sri. A.V.Subbarao

 ( On Deputation,

Sr. Assistant

251807

 

6

Sri B. Rajendra Prasad

Sr.Assistant

251807

 

7

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

251807

 

8

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

251807

 

9

Sri. V.Sudhakar

Jr. Assistant

251807

 

10

Sri. V.Rajamani

Jr. Assistant

251807

 

11

Smt. N. Anitha

( Meternate Levae)

Jr. Assistant

251807

 

12

Vacant

Jr. Assistant

251807

 

13

Vacant

Jr.Assistant

251807

 

14

Vacant

Typist

251807

 

15

Y. Subba Naidu

Driver

251807

 

16

T. Dasaradha Ramaiah

Attender

251807

 

17

R. Balaiah

Attender

251807

 

18

Ch. Mahesh

( Deputation)

Attender

251807

 

19

D. Chinnaiah

Attender

251807

 

 

 

CHAPTER – 11

 

MONTHLY REMUNERATION OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

(SECTION 4(1)(B)(X))

 

MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OFFICER AND OFFCIALS

 

Sl.No

Name of the Officer / Employee

Designation

Monthly emoluments

1

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

36762

2

Sri. M. Khadar Basha

Divisional Administrative Officer

DSO Office

3

Sri. G. Ghouse Basha

Divisional Inspector of Survey

 

4

Smt.M. Vani

Deputy Statistical Officer

CPO Office

5

Sri. A.V.Subbarao

 ( On deputation)

Sr. Assistant

MRO Office, Gudur

6

Sri Rajendra Prasad

Sr.Assistant

31180

7

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

 

8

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

 

9

Vacant

Jr. Assistant

 

10

Sri. V.Rajamani

Jr. Assistant

24303

11

Smt. N. Anitha

 ( Meternate Leave)

Jr. Assistant

14880

12

Vacant

Jr. Assistant

 

13

Sri V. Sudhakar

Jr. Assistant

24999

14

Vacant

Typist

 

15

Y. Subba Naidu

Driver

26002

16

T. Dasaradha Ramaiah

Attender

25025

17

R. Balaiah

Attender

16832

18

Ch. Mahesh

Attender

MRO Office, Manubolu

19

D. Chinnaiah

Attender

20552

 


CHAPTER – 11

 

Statement showing the monthly received by each officer & Employee

( including the system of compensation as provided in regulation)

( Section 4(1)(b)(x))

 

Sl.No

Name of the Officer / Employee

Designation

Address H.No / Street/ Village /Mandal

Phone No. / Residential / Mobile

Officer Phone No.

1

Sri. G. Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

M.V. Nagar, Gudur – ii

9849904056

251807

2

Sri.M. Khadar Basha

Divisional Administrative Officer

Gudur Town

9849904062

251807

3

Sri.G.Ghouse Basha

Divisional Inspector of Survey

Gudur Town

251807

4

Smt. M.Vani

Deputy Statistical Officer

M.V. Nagar, Gudur – ii

251807

5

Sri.A.V.Subbarao

 ( On depuration)

Sr. Assistant

M.V. Nagar, Gudur – ii

251807

6

Sri Rajendra Prasad

Sr.Assistant

 Raja Street, Gudur Town

251807

7

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

251807

8

Vacant

Sr.Assistant

251807

9

Vacant

Jr. Assistant

251807

10

Sri. V. Rajamani

Jr. Assistant

M.V. Nagar, Gudur – ii

251807

11

Smt. N. Anitha ( Meternate Leave)

Jr. Assistant

Gudur Town

251807

12

Vacant

Jr. Assistant

251807

13

Sri V. Sudhakar

Jr. Assistant

Nellatur

Gudur (M)

 

14

Vacant

Typist

251807

15

Y. Subba Naidu

Driver

M.V. Nagar, Gudur – ii

251807

16

T. Dasaradha Ramaiah

Attender

Ashok Nagar, Gudur Town

251807

17

R. Balaiah

Attender

Gudur Town

251807

18

KCh. Mahesh

Attender

Gudur Town

251807

19

D. Chinnaiah

Attender

Gudur Town

251807

 



CHAPTER – 12

 

Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.

 

Section 4(1)(b) Xi)

Head of Account

Budget allotted for 2011-12

2053. 094, 12, 020 wages

3467.00 (1st quarter)

2053,  094, 12, 111 T.A.

10,600.00 (1st quarter)

2053, 094, 12, 131 Telephone & Telegraph

20,000.00(1st quarter)

2053, 094, 12, 132 O.O.E.

10,000.00(1st quarter)

2053, 094, 12, 133 Water & Electricity Charges

16, 600.00(1st quarter)

2053, 094, 12, 240 P.O.L

20, 000.00 (1st quarter)

 


CHAPTER – 13

 

Manner of Execution of subsidy Programmes

( Section 4(1)(b) ( xii))

 

13.1 The Revenue Department activities / programmes / schemes being implemented by the public authority for which subsidy is provided.

 

  1. 1.      Apadhbandhu Scheme
  2. 2.      Solation Fund Scheme
  3. 3.      Fire Victims
  4. 4.      Natural Calamities

 

13.2 Eligibility criteria for accessing subsidy and designation of Officer Competent to grant subsidy under various programmes / schemes.

 

Name of Programme / activity

Nature / Scale of subsidy

Eligibility criteria for grant of subsidy

Designation of Officer to grant subsidy

Apadhbandhu Accidental deaths BPL, FIR & PMR Collector
Fire Accidents Accidental fire    
Solatium funds Scheme Hit & Run Vehicles BPL, FIR & PMR Collector

 


 

CHAPTER – 14

 

Particulars of Recipients of concessions, permits of  Authorization, Granted by the public Authority

 

Section 4(1) (b) (xii))

 

Institutional Beneficiaries 


Name of Programme / Schemes

Sl.No

Name and address of recipient institutions

Nature quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name and Designation of granting authority

 

Name of Programme / Schemes

Sl.No

Name and address of recipient institutions

Nature quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name and Designation of granting authority

  

Individual Beneficiaries

Name of Programme / Schemes

Sl.No

Name and address of recipient institutions

Nature quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name and Designation of granting authority

  

Name of Programme / Schemes

Sl.No

Name and address of recipient institutions

Nature quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name and Designation of granting authority

 

 

CHAPTER – 15

 

Information Available in Electronic form

(Section 4(1) 9b) x(iv))

 

 

 

15.1 The details of information related to the Revenue Department which are Available in electronic formats ( Floppy, CD, VCD, Web-site, Internet etc.,)

Electronic Format Contents or Title Designation and Address of the custodian of information ( held by whom)
E-Roll Data base Assembly Constituency wise E-Roll data DRO
Citizen Data Base   Concerned MRO
MPHS Data Base Multi – Purpose House Hold Survey Data Concerned MRO
LRMIS Data Land Records Data Concerned MRO
CS Data Base Civil Supplies ( Ration Cards) DSO

 


 

CHAPTER – 16

Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining Information

( Section 4(1) (b) xv))

 16.1 The particulars of information dissemination mechanisms in place/facilities available in Revenue Divisional Office.

Facility

Description(Location)Of Facility/Name etc.,)

Details of Information made available

Press note / Notice Board

Sub Collector’s Office

Citizene Chart

New Paper Reports

-

Adverse news reports from concerned departments

Public Announcements

-

-

Information Counter

-

Directory of Officers & Employees

 

Publications

-

Directory of Officers & employees

Office Library

Record Room

Acts & Manuals are available

 


 

CHAPTER – 17

APPOINTMENT OF APIO / PIO / 1ST APPEAL

Section 4(1) (b) (Xvi)

Sl.No

Name of the Public Authority

Name and Designation of the APIO / PIO/ Officer designation for 1st appeal

Postal Address and Ph. Number

1

Gudur

APIO

Sri. M. Saranjapani

Dy. Tahsildar

Gudur.

Tahsildar’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624 -251613

 

 

PIO

Sri. M. Sreeramulu

Tahsildar, Gudur

Tahsildar’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624 -251613

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

2

Chillakur

APIO

Sri.B.D.Singh,

Dy.Tahsildar

Chillakur

Tahasildar’s Office, Chillakur

Ph: 958624- 251213

 

 

PIO

Smt. C.Umadevi, Tahsildar, Chillakur

Tahasildar’s Office, Chillakur

Ph: 958624- 251213

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

3

Manubolu

APIO

Kum. Silpa, Dy. Tahsildar,

Manubolu

Tahsildar’s Office, Manubolu

Ph; 95861 – 2390226

 

 

PIO

Smt. C.Venkata Narayanamma, Tahsildar

Manubolu

Tahsildar’s Office, Manubolu

Ph: 2390226

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

4

Sydapuram

APIO

Sri.S.Hanumanth Rao,

Dy. Tahsildar

Sydapuram

Tahsildar’s Office, Sydapuram

Ph:- 95861-227026

 

 

PIO

Sri.K.Bhaskar, Tahsildar, Sydapuram

Tahsildar’s Office, Sydapuram

Ph:- 95861-227026

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

5

Venkatagiri

APIO

Sri.SK. Nannebasha ,                                                  Dy. Tahsildar, Venkatagiri

Tahsildar’s Office, Venkatagiri

Ph:- 958625 – 257943

 

 

PIO

Sri.Sk. Nannebasha (FAC), Tahsildar

Venkatagiri

Tahsildar’s Office, Venkatagiri

Ph:- 958625 – 257943

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

6

Balayapalli

APIO

Sri.K.Nageswararao, Dy. Tahsildar, Balayapalli

Tahsildar’s Office, Balayapalli

Ph:- 958625-259826

 

 

PIO

Smt. M.Chenchu Krishnamma, Tahsildar

Balayapalli

Tahsildar’s Office, Balayapalli

Ph:- 958625-259826

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

7

Dakkili

APIO

Sri.Nagireddy

Dy. Tahsildar, Dakkili

250088

 

 

PIO

Sri. Nagireddy,(FAC) Tahsildar, Dakkili

250088

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

8

Kota

APIO

Sri. Srikanth Khedarnath Dy.Tahsildar, Kota

228526

 

 

PIO

Sri. K. Chennaiah, Tahsildar, Kota

228586

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

9

Vakadu

APIO

Sri. M. Porrna Chandrarao, Dy. Tahsildar

Vakadu

240226

 

 

PIO

Sri. B.Suneel, Tahsildar, Vakadu

240226

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

10

Chittamur

APIO

Sri . Jayachandra

Dy. Tahsildar

257126

 

 

PIO

Sri. K.V.Ramanaiah

Tahsildar, Chittamur

257126

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

11

Naidupet

APIO

Sri. Suryanarayana, Dy. Tahsildar, Naidupet

958623 – 248064

 

 

PIO

Sri. Srinivasulu Reddy, Tahsildar, Naidupet

958623 – 248064

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

12

Ozili

APIO

Sri. Ravindranath Dy. Tahsildar, Ozili

958624-256726

 

 

 

Sri. .Sk. Jilani Basha, Tahsildar, Ozili

958624-256726

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

13

Pellakur

APIO

Smt.P.Eswaramma

Dy. Tahsildar

Pellakur

958623 – 278526

 

 

PIO

Smt. P.Eswaramma,Tahsildar

Pellakur

958623 – 278526

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

14

Sullurpet

APIO

Sri. Ravi

Dy. Tahsildar, Sullurpet

958623 – 242062

 

 

PIO

Sri. Balakrishnareddy, Tahsildar

Sullurpet

958623 – 242062

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

15

Dorawarisatram

APIO

Sri. Padmanabha Rao, Dy. Tahsildar

D.V. Satram

958623 – 279011

 

 

PIO

Smt. I. Munilakshmi, Tahsildar

D.V.Satram

958623 – 279011

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

16

Tada

APIO

Sri. Sivananda Reddy

Dy. Tahsildar

Tada

958623 – 249742

 

 

PIO

Sri.K.Jalireddy, Tahsildar, Tada

958623 – 249742

 

 

Officer Designated for 1st Appeal

Sri.G.Veerapandian

Sub Collector, Gudur

Sub Collector’s Office, Gudur

Ph: 958624-251807

 


CHAPTER – 18

Other Useful Information

(Section 4(1) (b) Xvii))

 

18.1 The information or details of publication which are of relevance to the Revenue Department or use to the Citizens. 

  1. 1.     Hand Book of Revenue
  2. 2.     Hand Book of Elections
  3. 3.     Hand Book of Returning Officers 
  4. 4.     Manual for Elections Laws Vols. 1 & 2

 18.2 The following information of Revenue Department which is excluded under Section 8(1) of the Act and / Or under Rules of the State Government as guidance to the public seeking information from your department. 

  1. 1.     Court Cases, Tribunal and Contempt Cases

 

 

Place : Gudur

Date :  22 -05-2012

 

Sub Collector,

Gudur Sub Division,

SPSR Nellore District.

 

(Note): information provided in these chapters should be updated from time to time and revised date should be mentioned.

Gudur Sub Division at a Glance

CLIMATE AND RAINFALL :-

The climate of the Division is generally dry and salubrious. May and June are the hottest months with highest maximum temperature recorded at 39 to 44 Degrees Centigrade. The temperature is low in the months of November, December and January and the mean minimum temperature is above 20 degrees centigrade in January. The Division lies in an area of precarious and uncertain rainfall.

SOILS :-

Soils of the Division may be classified as Black, Red and sandy. The Red soil occupies most of the Division, but a belt of sand runs along with the sea coast. The Black Cotton soil account for 23.0% while the Red Loamy soil is found in 43% and Sandy Loam found in 34% of the area.

MINERALS:-

The Division is endowed with minerals like Mica, Lime Shell, Quartz,IronOreand Lime Stone. Mica Belt of Gudur Division in SPSR Nellore District is one of the three important Mica Producing areas of the country. The other two being situated in Rajasthan andBiharStates. Mica is categorized into two varieties namely “Biotite” & “ Muscovite”. Biotite has no commercial utility where as Muscovite is used to a great extent in Electrical appliances owing to its bad-conducting property. Mica mined from the Division is mostly exported through MMTC.

AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY:-

Agriculture is the main stay of the people of this Division. Nearly 2/3rds of the total main workers are engaged in Agriculture and its allied activities. More than 79% of the total male workers in the Rural areas depend on Agriculture for their livelihood. Kharif “ &” Rabi” are the main seasons for Agricultural operations in this Division.

 CHECK DAM:-

A check dam was constructed near BGK. Palem Village of Chittamur Mandal to irrigate the lands in Chittamur and Doravasisatram Mandals with an estimated cost of Rs. 2.8 Crores.

FISHERIES :-

The Division has coastal line covering 8 Mandals which are having fish ponds. A part of “PulicotLake” the biggest brackish water lake in the country is extended from Tamilnadu state toAndhraPradeshStatecovering Tada, Sullurpet and Doravarisatram Mandals of this Division. Besides hosting large No. of world’s rarest birds, this lake accounts for production of 7721 tonnes of prawns and fish annually providing livelihood to 3046 fisher-men families.

INDUSTRIES :

The industries in the Division are mainly non-argo based. The minerals available in the Division are mica, quartz, Silica, Sand, Lime Sheel, Vermiculite and Black granite. Based on these minerals a few units have come up in small scale sector and there is scope for some more units if encouraged.