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Chapter 11 of Punjab Land Records manual.

CHAPTER - 11
REPORTS AND RETURNS
PART A- WEATHER AND CROP REPORTS

(Replaces standing order no.36,original issue dated 11th June,1909,reprint dated 1st july,1929 and protions relating to Season and Crop Report and Report on the Operations of the Department of Land Records ,of Standing Order no.53 ; original issue ,dated 29th November,1909 reprint dated 21st May 1912 and reprint,dated 18th December,1929.

11.1.-  11.6,Deleted.

PART –B-OTHER REPORTS.

11.7.  In accordance with the orders of the Govt.of India,the following schemes of the reports mentioned hereafter are prescribed or substituted for those hitherto in use,as the case may be.

11.8.  Reports,dealt with in this chapter,with their dates of submission to the various authorities ,are given in the statement below,which is followed by detailed instructions as to the preparation of all the reports and of each severally:-

Sr.No. Description   1.Date of Submission    Date of submission   Date of  submission

         of report       to commissioner,&    to the Financial          to Govt.

                                  of office copy to Dir.  Commissioner,

                           of Land Records.

                             2.Date of submission

                            of fair copy to Dir.of

                             Land Records.

1.       Season &          1. 10th july               16th Oct.                  23rd  Oct.

          crop.report        2. 25th july      

2.       Report on the   15th October to         5th Feb.                  28th Feb.

          operations of    Commissioner 1st

           the Department  Nove to Dir. Land records.

           of Land Record

11.9.  Following rules are applicable to the report enumerated in the above table:-

(i)  Deputy Commissioners about to leave the district shortly before the date of submission of the reports must write as much of it as can be written before their departure.

(ii)  The report must follow the prescribed order of subjects,buts if in any year there is noting to say on any prescribed subject ,it is important that noting should be said. The invention of remarks which are necessary merely to fill up a report is an objectionable practice,which should be discontinues.

(iii)  The reports is to be written on half margin foolscap,on both sides of the paper.A separte sheet shoul dbe used for each prescribed subject if there is anything to report. A consolidated statement should be given for the subjects for which no remarks are made.

(iv)  The report is inteneded to set out events and resuldts of the year to which it relates,It is not a means of obtaining orders or the places to discuss plans for the furture .,Diffuseness and artument should be avoided ;and refernces requiring orders should be made separately.

(v)  As a rule the old practice of repeating in annual reports. The figures ofr the preceing year has been abandoned. Tghere is no greather waste of time than the invention of commentaries on small variations in annual figures which do not reuire amy emplanations at all, It however ,gigures of one year are,for any reason repeated in the report of the next,this should be done wihthout alternation or if necessary altertions must be fully explained. Although repetition of past figures is to be avioded as

much as possible,officers preparting the report will themselves compre the figures and results of the year under report with those of the precedingf year and will note in the body of the report such variations only as have real importance and therefore required explanation,which should be supplied as far as practicable mere

conjectures based on no reasonable grounds should be avoided.

(vi)  In sending up district reports Commissioners will avoid the mere recapitulation or condensation of the information contained in the report and will make such remarks as they think necessary,usually in the form of a marginal comment,or na addition on the sheet or sheets used for a certain subject.

(vii)  It is the duty of the Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners to see that no pains are spared in their respective offices to make every report,and returns annexed there to as accurate as possiable. In particular,orders of Govt. require that returns and statement shall be checked for accuracy in Commissioner, Offices.

I-  SEASON AND CROP REPORT.

11.10.    Following instructions should be observed while preparing the season and crop report:-

(i)  The season and crop report, together with the following statements:-

(i)  Rainfall, - form I.

(ii)  Classification of Area.

(iii)  A,B, and C –Sources of water supply and irrigated area under food and non-food crops.

(iv)  A.B and C- area under food and non – food crops and details of cropped area.

(v)  A and B – out-turn per hectare and total out – turn.

(vi)  Prices at harvest time of the principal crops,

(vii)  Agricultural Wages.

(viii)  Number of livestock,Poultry and Agricultureal Machinery and implements ( to be prepared only in the year when this census is undertaken)

Should be sent by Collector to the Commissioner of the Division by 10th July, Office copies of statistics attached to the report  should be forwarded direct to the office of the Director of Land Records by the same date.Commissioners should forward the report and returns received by them from Deputy Commissioners with such marginal notes as they may desire to make ,to the Director of Land Records by the 25th July, The Director of Land Records report shall be issued by 16th October each year and shall  be limited to 16 pages of letter-press ,exclusive of statement.

(2)  The season and crop report will review agricultural conditions of the whole agricultural year.which begins at the beginning of the kharif season and ends with the end of the rabi season next before the report is prepared . It will include information regarding rainfall,cultivation,sown areas,irrigation,out-turn per hectare,prices,trade in food graains,food-stocks,agricultural stock,agricultural deterioration and the condition of the agricultural population.

(3)  following general instructions apply to the returns for both harvests:-

The best time for the drawing up a description of the character and results of an agricultural season is the close of that season.All facts connected with it are then fresh in every ones memory,and half an hour spent then by each tehsildar,and by the collector or any selected officer at the headquarters of a district in writing out these facts concisely,will give far more useful results than any later information gathered from an annual report. The account of the results of each harvest should mention very concisely those matters which chiefly affect the area of the yield of any important staple.

The duty of drawing it up should be assigned to a selected officer before the crop inspection commences ,and should fall usually to that officer,generallly the Officer-Incharge of the Revenue Branches,Who will be chiefly engaged in supervison the girdawari . He should avail himself of any reports furnished  by Tehsildar and while ,on the one hand ,both he and the Tehsildar should speak mainly from personal observations ,on the other hand,they should check their own conclusions very carefully by the opinions of the most relibale agriculturists.

(2)  The Directors of Land Records Office will compile form III-B and III-C from forms IV-A and IV-B ,so as to give crop stattistics fro both harvests . In doing so percentages of the normal will be worked out and shown for each district and for the State for the kharif and rabi ,and for the total area in the year. Percentages on the normal will also be shown for all the crops in districts in which they are of importance as well as for the state. For these purposes that figure should be taken as the normal figure which in existing circumstances might be expected to be attained in the year if the rainfall and seasons were normal for the tract under consideration,that is,neither very favourable nor the rever4se. The Directors, Office will similarly prepare form V-B which shall be printed in th e State Report from materials suppled,by districts and agricultur Department in returns V-A and IV-A and IV-B.

(3)  Detailed memorandum of the contents of the season and crop report:-

(i)  Character of the seasons:-Review briefly the seasons,the amount and distribution of the rainfall of each seasons,and their influence on agricultural operations and on the harvests. Mention any calamities of importance,such as famine,scarcity drought floods,equdemicsw and any othe r events materially affecting agricultural interests adversely.

(ii)  Damage to crops by other calamities:- Review breifly the diseases and other natural calamities that damage the crops.

(iii)  Classification of area:-Review brielfy the reasons for variations in the figures of net area shown ,forests,culturable  waste,Current fallow,not available for cultivation and the area shown more than once.

(iv)  Irrigated area of the year:- Note and account for any marked fluctuations in the area of crops grouwn with the aid of irrigation.

(v)  Crop Acreage:- Review briefly the reasons for increae or decrease in the fugures of area sown ,matured,irrigaed and unirrgated (both) under principle crops.

(vi)  Yield per hectare (in Kilogrames):- Review briefly the reasons for increase or decrease in the yiekd per hectare as compared with the normal (quinquennial)yield.

(vii)  Total Out-turn of crops:- Reveiw briefly the reasons for increase or decrese in the figures of normal quinguennial average and total productions of principal crops.

(viii)  Prices ,trade and stocks:- comment briefly on the figures in statement VI which shows the harvest prices in the assessment circle not books of the district,the corresponding prices of the previous year,and normal prices.Harvest prices are those at which the produce of the harvest was actually disposed of by  cultivators. Comment on the course of trade in the products of the principal crops and on the food-stocks held in the districts .

(ix)  Agricultural Wages:- Review briefly the increase or decrease in daily wages or agricultural labour and the availability or otherwise of agricultural labour.

(x)  Agricultural stocks:- Give only,a brief account of the general conditions of cattle,of the state of fodder supply,of any unusual mortality and of the prevalence of any disease of importance. Resulsts of the quinquennial census of agricultural stock when taken should be compared with those of the previous census in the cattle census Report,

Which is issued separately.

(xi)  Agricultual Deterioration:- Separate notic e should be taken of any tracts in which there seems reasons to fear that the standard of agricultural prosperity is being lowered,with causes of deterioration and measures taken or recoemmended to remedy it.

(xii)  Condition of the Agrucultural Population:- Give any available information regarding wages and the state of the labour market ,so for as it affects agriculturral laboures.

 FORM NO.1

                  Rainfall (in Millimetres ) in District for the year

         Hot Weather                                       Moonsoon

         (1st March to 31st may)                 (1st June to 30th September)

March     April     May       Total for the    June       July   August   Sept      Total for t he

                                    seasons                                                              seasons

Curr  Norm Curr   Norm Curr   Norm Total  Corre  No.   Curr   Norm  Curr   Norm Curr   Norm Curr   Norm Total  Correspon  No. of

ent  al ent al  ent al rain pond  of ent al ent al ent al ent al rain dingsrainly fall normal rainy  fall  normal  days

days

Total

  Rainfall (in Millimetre) in _______District for the year_________

 

         POST –MONSOON                           WINTER

         (1 oct. to 31st December)               (1st January to 28th February) Total for the year

October      November  Dec.        Total for   January   February    Total for the 

                                                  the season                           season

Curr   Nor    Curr   Nor    Curr   Nor   Total  Corrs  No. Curr  Nor  Curr  Nor     Total  Corr   No. Total          Corr            No. of

ent     mal    ent      mal    ent     mal    rain    espon  of    ent    mal   ent    mal     rain   esspon of           rainfall     esponding   rainy days

  ding     rainy         fall    ding      rainy     normal     

                                    nor     days                                               nor       days                                 

                                    mal                                                           mal

Total

 

         form no.11

                                  Classification of area in the ___________District for the year ___________

District     By professi-   By vill-  For-  Barren &   Land   Cultu-  Perm-  Land   Curr-  Net   Area     Total

/Tehsil      survey            age        est      unnculti-   put to  rable    anent    under  ent     area  sown     croped

                                        paper               ural           non-   waste   pastur- misc.   fall     sho- more     area

                                                                land          agri.               es &      ,tree     ows   wn    than     

                                                                              uses          other     crops       once

                                                                          growing  & groves

                                                               lands       not incul-

                                                                        in area

                                                                        shown

Source of water supply and area irrigated therefrom in ______Distt.for tye year

 

            CANALS                                WELLS                                                    TANKS

Govenment      Private            Tube wells        Number of other wells used for irrigation                  

                                     purposes only

 

                                      Government  Private

Name  No.   Mil   No. Mil   Govt.Pvt.  Total   Maso  Non Total    Total  No.  No.    Re

NET AREA IRRIGATED BY (IN HUNDRED

HECTARES)

Govt.  Private         Tanks Wells  Other          Total Percentage    Area irrigated         Total gross

Canals                                    sources                 of net area    more than              area of crops

                                                      Irrigated to   once in the same     irrigated(in

                                                      Net area sown         year( in hundred     (in hundred

                                                                        Hectares)               hectares)

 

Percentage of total            No. of wells   No. of wells         percentage of area irrigated by well having independent

Gross irrigated area          having indepe-        supplementing    ayacuts to the total area irrigated

To total sown area            dent ayacuts  recongnised  

                                             Sources of

                                             Irrigation

 

                                    FORM NO.III-B

Irrigated area under Food crops in …………………..District for the year…………………….
______________________________________________________________

District

Rice)  Autumn

         Winter

         Summer

         Total

         Wheat

Jowar}         Rabi

         Kharif

         Total

         Bajra

         Barley

         Maize

         Ragi

         Kangni

         Kodo or Varagu

         Little millets

         Common Millets

         Other cereals

         Gram

         Green Gram or Mung

         Red Gram or Arhar

         Black Gram or Mash

         Horse Gram or Kulthi

         Other Pulse

         Massar

         Sugarcane

         Patato

         Chillies

         Ginger

         Pepper

         Turmeric

         Cardamons

         Other Food Crops

         Total Food Crops

 

                           Irrigated area under non-food crops in the ……………district for the year……………

District

Cotton         Desi

American

Total

         Jute

         Sann-Hemp

         Groundnut

         Coconut

         Sesamum

         Sarshaf Taramira and toria

         Mustard

         Linseed

         Castor Seed

         Indigo

         Rubber

         Tabacco

         Coffee

         Tea

         India Hemp

         Opium

         Cinchona

         Fodder crops

         Other Non food crops

         Total non-food crops

         Total food and non food crops

Page No. 361-390

                                    FORM NO. VI-A

Area under Food Crops in the                                    district for the year

District     Irrigated       Unirrigated

Rice Autumn (Aus) Current
    Normal
  Winter(Aman) Current
    Normal
  Summer(boro) Current
    Normal

Wheat                       Current                  Normal

Jowar Or Cholum Rabi Current
    Normal
  Kharif Current
    Normal
  Total Current
    Normal
Bajra or cumbu Barley Current
    Normal
  Maize Current
    Normal
  Ragi or Marua Current
    Normal
  Italian Millets Current
    Normal
  Kodo or Varagu Current
    Normal
  Little Millet or kutki Current
    Normal
  Common Millet Current
    Mormal

District                Irrigated                    Unirriggted 

CEREALS PULSES

District                               Irrigated   Unirrigated 

OTHER CEREALS Kharif Current
    Normal
  Rabi Current
    Normal
  Total Current
    Normal
Total cereals   Current
    Normal
Gram   Current
    Normal
Green gram or mung   Current
    Normal
Red gram or turhur   Current
    Normal
Black gram or urud mash   Current
    Normal
Horse gram   Current
    Normal
Mussar   Current
    Normal
     

363

FORM NO.IV (Conta)

 

OTHER PULSES KHARIF CURRENT Moth
      Others
    Normal Moth
      Others
  RABI CURRENT Peas
      Others
    NORMAL Peas
      Others
  TOTAL   Current
      Normal
  TOTAL PULSES   Current
      Normal
  Total Foodgrain (Creasls and Pulses)   Current
      Normal
SUGAR CROPS Sugar cane   Current
      Normal
  Other sugar crops   Current
      Normal
  Total Sugar Crops   Current
      Normal
       

364

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

FRUITS

FRESH FRUITS APPLES Current  
    Mormal  
  Graps Current  
    Mormal  
  Bananas Current  
    Mormal  
  Citrus Fruits Current  
    Mormal  
  Mangoes Current  
    Mormal  
  Peaches and Peas Current  
    Mormal  
  Others fresh fruits Current  
    Mormal  
  Total fresh fruits Current  
    Mormal  
DRY FRUITS Cashew nuts Current  
    Mormal  

365
FORM NO.IV A (Contd.)
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ---Concld

FRUITS –Concld DRY FRUITS –Concld Other dry fuits Current
      Normal
       
    Total dry fruits Current Normal
    Total fruits fresh and dry Current Normal
  VEGETABLES Potatoes Current
      Normal
    Topioca Current
      Normal
    Sweet potatoes Current
      Normal
    onion Current
      Normal
    Winter Current
      Normal
    Summer Current
      Normal
  OTHER VEGETABLES Total other vagetables Current
      Normal
    Total Vagetables Current
      Normal
    Total fruits
and vegetables
Current
      Normal
       
       

366
FORM NO.IV A (Contd)
CONDIMENTS AND SPICES

Betelnuts Current
  Normal
Cardamoms Current
  Normal
Chillies Current
  Normal
Ginger Current
  Normal
Pepper Current
  Normal
Turmeric Current
  Normal
Other condiments and spices Current
  Normal
Total condiments and spices Current
  Normal
Other Miscellaneous Food crops Current
  Normal
Total Food crops Current
  Normal
   

367

FORM NO.IV B

Area under Non Food Crops in the __________district for the year

FIBRES Cotton Desi Current
      Normal
    American Current
      Normal
    Total Current
      Normal
    Jute Current
      Normal
    Hemp Current
      Normal
    Other fibres Current
      Normal
    Total fibres Current
      Normal
OLD SEEDS EDIBLE Groundnut Current
      Normal
    Coconut Current
      Normal
    Sesamum Current
      Normal
    Toria Current
      Normal
    Taramira Current
      Normal
    Sarsshaf Current
      Normal
    Mustard Current
      Normal
    Otherincluding Solflower seeds,safflower etc. Current
      Normal

 

Form No.IV (Contd.) 

OLD SEEDS Concld EDIBLE CONCLD Total Edible Current
    oilseeds Normal
    Linseed Current
      Normal
  NONEDIBLE Castor Current
      Normal
    Otherincluding dill or showa mastwood Current
    neerali and niger seed Normal
    Total oilseed Current
      Normal
  DYES AND TANNING Indigo Current
      Normal
    Other Days and tanning Materials Current
      Normal
  MATERIALS Rubber Current
      Normal
  DRUGS AND NARCOTICS Tobacco Current
      Normal
    Coffee Current
      Normal
    Tea Current
      Normal
      Current
      Normal

369
FORM NO.IV B(Contd)

DRUGS AND NARCOTICS –(Concld) Indian Hemp Current
    Normal
  Opium Current
    Normal
  Cinchona Current
    Normal
  Other Drugs and Narcoties Current
    Normal
  Total Drugs and Narcotics Current
    Normal
  Fodder Crops Current
    Normal
  Other Miscellaneous

 

Non Food Crops

Current
    Normal
  Total Non Food Crops Current
    Normal
  Total Food and Non Food Crops Current
    Normal

FORM NO IV C
Details of cropped area in ___________________district for the year___________
(In hundred hectares)
GROSS CROPPED AREA

    Kharif Food Crops
      Non Food crops
    Rabi Food Crops
      Non Food Crops
    Tota Food Crops
      Non Food Crops
    Grand Total  
       
    Area cropped more than one  
    Net cropped area  
    Cropped area of forecast crops Matured
      Failed
    Total cropped area Matured
      Failed
Area under mixed showing wheat barley (Crop mixture) Gross area (unadjusted  
    Net area under Wheal
      Barley
      Gross area (unadjusted)
    Crop Mixture Net area under
      Total unadjusted area under mixture

371
FORM NO V A
Standard yield perhectare and they yield hectare in Kilograms of Principal crops in ________district for the year ________________
FOOD CROPS

RICE AUTUMN (AUS) Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  WINTER (AMAN) Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
WHEAT SUMMER BORO Condition factor
    Current
    Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
JAWAR RABI Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Kharif Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Bajra or cumbu Conditionfactor
    Current
   
     

372
FORM V A (contd)
Standard yield per hectare and they yield per hactare in Kilograms of Principal Crops in ________________ district___for the year______________________ 

 

FOOD CROPS (Contd) Barley Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Maize Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Regi or Marut Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Italian Millet Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Rodo or Varagu Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Common Millets Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Common Millets Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Gram Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Green Gram or Mong Standard
    Condition factor
    Current
  Red Gram or Tur(Arhar) Standard
    Condition factor
    Current

FORMV  A(Contd) 

Black Gram or Urd Mash Standard
  Condition Factor
  Current
Horse Gram Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Masur Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Sugarcanse Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Potatoes Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
American Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Desi Cotton Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Jute Standard
  Condition factor
  Current

374
Form No V A (Contd)

 

Hamp Standard
  Condition Factor
  Current
Goundnut Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Coconut Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Sesamum Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Rape Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Mustard Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Linseed Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Castor Standard
  Condition factor
  Current

375
FORM NO.V A (contd)

Indigo Standard
  Condition Factor
  Current
Rubber Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Tobacoo Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Coffee Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Tea Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Indian Hemp Standard
  Condition factor
  Current

376
FORM NO. V A (Contd)

Opium Standard
  Condition Factor
  Current
Cinchona Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Cardamoms Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Chillies Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Ginger Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Pepper Standard
  Condition factor
  Current
Turmeric Pepper
  Condition factor
  Current

FORM NO. V B
Total out turn of Principal crops in hundred metric tons in_____________ district for the year ____________

RICE Autumn(Aus) Current
    Normal
  Winter (Aman) Current
    Normal
  Summer (boro) Current
    Normal
  Total Current
    Normal
  Wheat Current
    Normal
JOWAR OR CHOLUM Rabbi Current
    Normal
  Kharif Current
    Normal
  Total Current
    Normal
  Bajra or Cumbu Current
    Normal
  Barley Current
    Normal
  Maize Current
    Normal
  Ragi or Marua Current
    Normal
  Italia Millets Current
    Normal
  Kodo or Varagu Current
    Normal
  Little Millet or Kuthi Current
    Normal
  Common Millet Current
    Normal
  Gram Current
    Normal

FORM NO. V B (Contd)

FOOD CROPS (Continued)   Green Gram or Mung Current
      Normal
    Red Gram Tur or Arhar Current
      Normal
    Black gram Ordor Mash Current
      Normal
    Horse Gram Current
      Normal
    Masur Current
      Normal
    Total Food gram Current
      Normal
    Sugarcane Current
      Normal
    Potatoes Current
      Normal
NON FOOD CROPS COTTON American Current
      Normal
    Desi   Current
      Normal
    Total Current
      Normal
    Jute Current
      Normal
    Hemp Current
      Normal
    Groundnut Current
      Normal
    Coconut Current
      Normal
    Sesamum Current
      Normal
    Rape Current
      Normal
    Mustard Current
      Normal

FORM NO. V B (contd)
Total outturn of principal crops in hundred metric tons in_________District for the year_________NON FOOD CROPS –Concld.

District Linseed Current
    Normal
  Castor Current
    Normal
  Indigo Current
    Normal
  Tobacco Current
    Normal
  Coffee Current
    Normal
  Tea Current
    Normal
  Indian Hemp Current
    Normal
  Opium Current
    Normal
  Cinchona Current
    Normal
  Rubber Current
    Normal
  Betelnuts Current
    Normal
  Cardamoms Current
    Normal
  Chillies Current
    Normal
  Gingernut Current
    Normal
  Peppert Current
    Normal
  Turmeric Current
    Normal
     
     

FORM NO. VI
Statement showing the farm prices of principal crops at certain Centre of __________ District for the year________

District Centre Rice Current year
    Last year
  Wheat Current year
    Last year
  Jowar Current year
    Last year
  Bajra Current year
    Last year
  Barley Current year
    Last year
  Gram Current year
    Last year
  Maize Current year
    Last year
  Cotton Current year
    Last year
  Sugar Raw Current year
    Last year

381
FORM NO VI (Concld)

District Centre Ground nut Current year
    Last year
  Castor seed Current year
    Last year
  Linseed Current year
    Last year
  Rape Current year
    Last year
  Mustard Current year
    Last year
  Toria Current year
    Last year
  Seamum Current year
    Last year
  Tobacco Current year
    Last year
  Ginger   Current year
    Last year
  Pepper   Current year
    Last year

FORM NO.VII
Agricultrual wages in the __________district for the year________

JULY normal nO. OF working hours Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmiths
      Cobblerrs
      Field Labour
      Other agricultural Labour
      Herdsmen
AUGUST Normal No. of working Hours Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmiths
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other Agricultrual Labour
      Herdsmen
September Normal No of Working Hours. Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other 'Agricultrual Labour
      Herdsmen
October Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other AgriculturalLabour
Novermber Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
December Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other AgriculturalLabour
       

FORM NO.VII (concld)

JANUARY normal nO. OF working hours Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmiths
      Cobblerrs
      Field Labour
      Other agricultural Labour
      Herdsmen
FEBRUARY Normal No. of working Hours Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmiths
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other Agricultrual Labour
      Herdsmen
MARCH Normal No of Working Hours. Skilled Labour Carpenters
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other 'Agricultrual Labour
      Herdsmen
APRIL  Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other AgriculturalLabour
MAY Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
JUNE Normal No of working hoHours   Carpentres
      Blacksmith
      Cobblers
      Field Labour
      Other AgriculturalLabour
       

FORM VIII
Number of livestock, pultry and Agricultrual Machiner and implements in the District according to last Census in _______________
LIVESTOCK 

 

CATTLE MALESOVER 3 YEARS Breeding Buills,i.e.entire bulls over 3 years kept or used for breading purposes only.
    Other males over 3 years
  FEMALES OVER 3 YEAR Breeding cows,i.e.cows,over 3years kept for breeding or milk production.
    Other cows over 3 years
    Young Stock
    Total Cattle
    Breeding bulls e.g.entire males over 3 years kept or used for breeding purpose only.
    Other males over 3 years
BUFFALOES FEMALES OVER 3YEARS Breeding cows ie. cows over 3 years kept for breeding or milk production
    Other cows over 3 year
    Young stock
    Total buffaloes
    Total Bovine
    Total sheep
     
     

FORM NO.VIII (CONTD)

Horses and Ponies Total goats
  Males over 3 years
  Females over 3 years
  Young stock
  Total horses and ponies
POULTRY Fowls (Hens,Cocks and Chickens)
  Ducks(Ducks drakes and drakings)
  Others
  Total poultry
AGRICULTRUAL MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS Ploughs
  Carts
  Sugarcane crushers
  Tractors
  Oil Engines
  Electric Pumps
  Ghanis
   
   
   

 IREPORT ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND RECORDS  PUNJAB.

11.11.Following instructions should be observed in the preparation of the report on the Operations of the Department of Land Records.

This report is prescribed by the orders in the resolution of the government of India , Revenue Department No.VIII 3$39.;1 dated the 20 th March 1897 as modified by the letter from the Government of India (Revenue and Agricultural Department) No.6-231 –I , dated 8th March 1906. The following subjects are dealt with in the report:-

Land record Establishments.

Utilisation of Land records.

The following memorandum shows subjects which Deputy Commissioners should discuss in their annual reports.Their reports, dealing with the year ending 30th September, should be submkitted to their Comm issioner by 15 th October, and forwarded by the  latter to the Director of Land Records by Ist November each year.Office copies of the reports and returns should be forwarded to the Director of Land Records at the same time when the fair copies are sent to Commissioners. The Departmental report shall be limited to 16 pages octavo of print, exclusive of statements.Forms of the statistics attached to the report are aoppended of these Deputy Commissioners will forwsard statements III to VIII as usual to the director of Land Records to supply him with data to prepare state ments I and II which alone will be printed with the annual report

DETAILED MEMORANDUM AS TO THE SUBJECTS
TO BE DEALT WITH IN THE REPORT ON
LAND RECORDS.

Detail of subjects with notes as to treatment.

(1)  Patwari candidates: Measures taken to train.

II  REPORT ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF LAND RECORDS,
PUNJAB.

11.11.   Following instruction should be observed in the preparation of the report on the Operations of the Department of Land Records.

This report is prescribed by the orders in the resolution of the Government of India,  Revenue Department, No.  viii------, dated the  20th March,1897, as modified by the letter from the Government of India (Revenue and Agricultural Department) No. 6-231-I, dated 8th March, 1906.  The following subjects are dealt with in the report:-

Land Record Establishments.

Utilisation of land records.

The following memorandum shows subjects whih Deputy Commissioners should discuss in their annual reports. Their reports, dealing with the year ending 30th September should be submitted to their Commissioners by 15th October, and forwarded by the latter to the Director  of Land Records by Ist November, each year. Office copies of the reports and returns should be forwarded to the Director of Land Records at the same time when the fair copies are sent to Commissioners. The Departmental report shall be limited to 16 pages octavo of print, exclusive of statements. Forms of the statistics attached to the report are appended---of these Deputy Commissioners will forward statements III to VIII as usual to the Director of Land Records to supply him with data to prepare statements I and II, which alone will be printed with the annual report.

DETAILED MEMORANDUM AS TO THE SUBJECTS
TO BE DEALT WITH IN THE REPORT ON
LAND RECORDS.

Detail of subjects, with notes as to treatment.

(1)  Patwari  candidates----Measures taken to train the candidates;patwari schools;number of passed candidates.

Action taken to the enlist patwari candidates possessing higher educational qualifications.

(2)  Patwaris:- Note on the conduct and efficiency of patwaris;punishment  and rewards of patwaris; punctuality in submission of their returns; extent to which they have obtained promotion to posts of Field Kanungo, Judicial Muharrir, Wasil Baki Navis, Siah Navis,etc.

Explain the circumstances which led to the appointment of any non-qualified candidates during the year (vide side-head 10 of Form  No. VI at  page 33).

Rewards granted to patwaris  for reporting cattle diseases and contagious diseases among human  beings or for work done by them in connection with consolidation of holdings or co-operative societies and for conspicuous good work in connection with their ordinary duties.

Inspection of Patwaris` work by Tahildars and Naib-Tahsildars under paragraph 8.11.

Reasons for increasse or decrease in the annual expenditure during the preceding year.

Note on the conditions of the patwarkhanas and what measures have been taken to enforce residence if patwaris within their circles.

The extent to which the responsibility of the patwaris for the maintenance in good repairs of the patwarjhanas on the list is enforced.

Remark on the employment of assistant patwaris.

(3)  Kanungos- Mention the measures taken to train candidates in actual survey work. Any departure from the observance of the rule,laying down that three out of every four posts vacancies should be given to persons who are patwaris, shoud be explained. If there are any Kanungos or officiating kanungos who have not  passed the Departmental Kanungo Examination reasins should be given. Note to what extent janungos have obtained promotion to higher appointments. Note on the efficiency  of  kanungos and the  qualities and amount of the inspection work done by the District Kanungo.

(4)  Records of Rights:- Notice the character of the records and any special measures other than regular settlement operations in progress for their revision.

Damage done to revenue records by book-bettle and white-ants and measures taken to prevent further damage to records.

Accommodation provided for the records and measures taken to extend    or improve the existing buildings.

 Mutation work-  Review shortly the mutation work done; mention work  if special officers have been appointed to assist in mutation work, and review the work done by the special staff and the ordinary district staff. Note how for the mutation work was scrutinized on the spot and at tahsil inspections by officers above the grade of Tahsildar.

Speedy disposal of mutations of consolidation of holdings. The average  length of time elapsing between applications for sanction of mutations  and the passing of orders in such cases should be noted.

(5)  Annual Records- Review the work done to bring the records up to date: quincquennial attestation work done on the spot by field kanungos and revenue officers, with special rference to partition case work; special diluvion records, etc.

(6)  Checking of girdawari by Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) - Number of jamabandis checked by the Collector and Sub-Divisional Officer should be stated separately.

Note any general orders issued  with regard to the preparation and maintenance of the records.

(7)  Village and circle Note-books and Abstract Village Note-books (Pargana Note-books)—State whether these note books have been written up-todate. Note whether any observations have been recorded by the  Deputy Commissioner or his Assistants.

Remarks recorded in the village and circle note-books by tahsil revenue officers.

(8)  Survey- Note separately for each kind of survey marks, trijunction platforms, square survey marks (specially those at the end of the base lines), metrical survey pillars, the conditions of the mark and report instructions in paragraphs taken to repair them. Are the instruction in paragraphs 9.2, 4.6 and 4.7 observed?

Tatimma shajras checked and survey marks inspected by Tahsildars and Naib-Tahsildars.

Special mention about riverain base line marks should also be made and the Deputy Commissioners should specifically supply the information in the following form:-

(1)  Name of village.

(2)  Number of base line stone as given in the index map supplied by the Survey Department.

(3)  Field number in which base line stone has been laid down.

(4)  Remarks on the conditions of base line stone

(9)  Other matters- Note on the condition of raingauges and the rainfall registers. Have they been inspected by the Deputy Commissioner and his assistants during the year, and,if so, were any defects detected?  (This information will not be mentioned in the State report). It is intended for the annual report separately submitted to the Director-General of Observatories,Poona, by the 15th of May, under paragraph 12.19 on Rain-gauges, etc.

A statement in the following from should also be prepared and sent along with the statements prescribed in this Chapter:  _______________________________ District     Tahsil         Date of the   Date of inspection      Number     Remarks  a              inspection of          by the Sub-   of

                                     Tahsil Kanun-        Divisional Officer      mutations

                                      go`s office by        (Civil) or                    checked at

                                      the Depty                any other Extra         inspection.

                                      Commissioner        Assistant Com-

                                                                     missioner depu

                                                                       -ted by the De-

                                                                      puty Commiss-

                                                                      ioner for the pur-

                                                                      pose.

Note- Whether the office of the District Kanungo was inspected twice a year by the Deputy Commissioner or Officer Incharge Revenue Branches, if so, give dates.

Page No. 391-400

CHAPTER- II
FORM NO. I

Statement showing the total numbers of kanungos, patwaris and the Annual Expenditure on the Patwari Establishment for the year ending 30th September, 19  .

 

   1         2                          3                                4                    5                         6

                                                 Patwaris and Assistant Patwaris

                                                            who have passed          

Division   District     Total No. of     Total No.    Matriculation   School Final

                                   kanungos                                                     Examination

                                                                                                        or Primary

                                                                                                       Examination

7                8                   9             10           11                12

         Annual Expenditure on the Patwari Establishment

No. of a        No. of patwaris  Salaries of    Patwari   Survey Equip-   Gratuties

Kanungos     promoted to        Patwaris      School     ment.

Promoted      kanungos or

to Naib-        other higher

Tehsildar-     appointment

ship or other

higher appoin-

tmen

         13                        14              15

Annual Expenditure on the Patwari Establishment

Other Charges                              Total Cost                     Remarks

Note:- This statement is to be prepared by the Director of Land Records.

FORM NO. II

Statement showing the working of Land Record Agency during the Year ending 30th September,19 .

   1           2               3                       4                     5                       

                                                         Mutations

Division         District       No. of villages   No. for disposal   No. attested

6              7                            8                        9               10              11

      Partition                Jamabandis             Crop Inspections

No. for   No. decided  No. prepared  No. checked   No. checked    No. of

disposal                                             by Collector    by Collectors  villages

                                                          or Assistant     or Assistant    checked

                                                         Collectors        Collectors       by Tehsil-

                                                                 I Grade            I Grade          Officers

                                                         

    12                      13                       14                          15

District Kanungos Work

No. of field          No. of days spent     No. of Tehsil Offices     Remarks

kanungo circles   on tour                      inspected

inspected

Note:- This statement is to be prepared by the Director of Land Records.

FORM NO. III
QUINQUENNIAL RETURN     -------District

Cha. II  (Note to be printed with Annual Report)
Table showing the statistics of Existing Patwari and Field Kanungo circles for the Year ending 30th September, 19 .

   1             2                       3          4                   5          6           7        8

Area and revenue (00s) omitted

          Area in Hectares

District     No. of field    No. of    Total    Cultivated  Total      No. of   No. of                      

                 kanungos       Patearis                                 Assess-  fields    khatauni

                                                                                     ment                   holdings

 

9                  10                       11               12               13

Average per field  Kanungo   Average per patwari

Fields              Khatauni holdings     Fields         Khatauni holdings  Remarks

                                                         

Note:- Columns 4-8- Information is to be obtained from the annual paper field in September, -vide paragraph 7.61 on the Record of Rights.

FORM NO. IV.

(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Statement showing the educational qualifications of Patwaris and Patwari candidates and punishments and promotions of Patwaris for the year ending 30th September,19 .

  1           2                                          3                                       4                 5              6           

                             Patwaris and Assistant Patwari

                                     Number who have passed            

District        No.    The old entrance   The old Uni-       Total  of    Percentage

                               or present Matri    versity Middle   columns    of column

                               -culation Exam-   School or pres-   3 and 4      5 on column

                               ination of the        ent Department                    2

                              University or         al Middle School

                               higher exam-        Examination

                              ination

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                             

   7                     8                                            9                                 10             11               

 

 

 

No. Dismissed   No. reduced,      No. of promoted    Number     %   of

                          Suspended or     to Kanungoships                      column

                          fined                  or other appoint                        10 on

                                                    ments                                        column 2                                                          

12                    13                      14                15             16

         Candidates

No. who have passed

The old entrance The old University Total of columns No. who have Remarka

or present Matri-   Middle School or     12 and 13          passed the pat-

culation Exami-     present Depart-                                  wari examin-

nation of the           mental Middle                                   ation

University or          school Exami-

higher exami-         nation   

naion

FORM NO. V.
(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Statement showing the educational qualifications of Kanungo candidates and promotions of Kanungos for the year ending 30th September,19 .

 1     2                                              3                                     4                 5                       6           

            Kanungos                                   Kanungo Candidates

                                     Number who have passed            

District  Total no. of      No. of      No. of        No. of kanungos   Total No. of             

               the kanungo    kanungo   Kanungo    promoted to          direct

                establishment  who are   who are      Naib- Teh.ship     candidates

                                      Graduate   U.G.T.         of higher

                                                                           appointments

                                                                           during the year                                                                                          

 7                    8                            9                     10             11               12

         Kanungo Candidates                                                                       

No. of  kanungo   No. of      No. of        No. who       No. of Patwaris  Remarks

candidates who    kanungo   kanungo    have passed  who have

are  Higher Sec.  candidates candidates kanungo       passed the

or equiv.              who are    who are     examina-      examination

                            graduate    U.G.T.      tion

Paragraph No. 11.11 L.R.M.
Form No. VI.
(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Statement showing the recruitment and  promotions of Patwari and Kanungo Agency in the District of ________  for the year ending 30th September,19   .

Patwaris

1.  New candidate accepted during the year .

2.  Of the above, the number of Patwaris possessing lower educational qualifications  than Matriculation or equivalent Examination.

3.  Patwaris newly appointed during the year.

4.  Number of Patwaris (out of those mentioned at S.No. 3 above who have not passed the qualifying examination.

Kanungo

5.  New candidates accepted during the year.

6.  New appointments made during the year from the direct recruited candidates.

7.  How many promoted from amongst the patwaris during the year.

8.  Number of kanungos (out of those mentioned at S.No. 7 above) who have not passed the qualifying examination.

FORM NO. VII.
(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Statement showing the working of the Land Record Agency during the year ending 30th September,19 .

1       2          3           4                 5          6               7

                                                Mutation            

District    No. of     No. of     No. instituted  Total       No. Attest-   Balance

                villages   pending                           for          ted                unattested

                                from last                        disposal                        at close of

                                year                                                                       year  

 8                    9                          10           11        12            13 

Partitions

No.of pending   No. instituted   Total  for    Number  Area in      Cultivated

from last year                              disposal    decided   acres ,        area, in

                                                                                     involved    hectares

                                                                                     in decided included                           

                                                                                     cases         in column 12    

14                          15                                16

 

 Partitions      Inspections made by Collectors and their Asstt                         

Number of cases             District Kanungo offices    Tehsil Offices     

pending at close

of yea

17      18          19          20                21          22            23

  Detailed jamabandi                              No. of villages in which      District

                                                                crop inspections were         kanungo's

                                                                checked                               work

                                

No of       No. of       No. of           By  collector  By Tehsil-  By Naib-   No. of

villages    villages     jamabandis   & his asstt.    dar                 Tehsildar days

for which   whose     filled by due                                                              spent 

jamabandi  detailed  date                                                                            on

prepared    jamaba-                                                                                      tour

during       prepared

the year    last year

                 were

                checked by

                collector &

                his asstt.

               this year

                                                                                           

24            25                       26               27            28            29 

District Kango work                                                 Bundary, survey and base

                                                                                  line marks                                                            

No. of       No. of inspect-   No. of field   Trinjuctions   Square        Travers

villages     ions of tehsil      kanungo's      pillars             survey        points

tested        office                 circle inspec-                        marks

                                            ted by the

                                           distt. kanungo

                                           during the  yr.

 30                              31                              32

 

Bundary, survey and base line marks

                

Trignometrical survey      Baseline stone               International boundary

 pillars                                                                     pillars

CHAPTER –II
FORM NO. VIII.
REPORTS AND RETURNS
(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Annual expenditure on the patwari establishment for the year ending 30th September,19   .

 

   1       2           3           4             5             6               7

                                               Salaries            Stationary

District    Total No.   Cost   Annual Avg.    Cost        Annual avg.  Patwari

                of patwaris              per head                        per head        school

                including

                assistant

                patwaris                                                                                             

 8               9                 10           11            12            13            14

                                           Total

Survey      Rewards     Gratuities  Other Charges  Cost   Annual avg.  Remarks

Equipment                                                                         per head        

FORM NO. IX.
(Not to be printed with Annual Report)

Statement showing the details of jamabandi prepared, checked and consigned during the year ending 30th September, 19   .

Distt.   No. of  jamabandis, the         No. of Jamanbandis

            preparation where of            prepared during the yr.

             Was Out-   Was due   Total     Pertaining    Pertaining to    Total

              standing     this year                to previous   this year

              at  the                                       year(Give

              close of                                    year-wise

              the last                                    details)

              year (Give

             year-wise

            details)

No. of jamabandis Checked      No. of Jamabandis consigned

by the Revenue

 

Pertaining    Pertaining to    Total       Pertaining    Pertaining to    Total   

to previous   this year                          to previous   this year

year(Give                                            year(Give    

year-wise                                             year-wise

details)                                                 details)

Hon'ble Revenue Minister

Hon'ble Minister-In-Charge
Shri. Gurpreet Singh Kangar

 


 

Special Chief Secretary, Department of Revenue, Rehabilitation and Disaster Mangement
Shri. Karan Bir Singh Sidhu, IAS

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