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Land Revenue and annual confidential reports on the revenue work of revenue officers

FINANCIAL COMMISSIONER’S
STANDING ORDER NO. 53

Land Revenue and Annual Confidential Reports on the
Revenue Work of Revenue Officers

Original issue, dated 29th November, 1909

Reprint dated 21st May, 1912

Second reprint, dated 18th December, 1929

Third reprint, dated 25th September, 1939

Revised on 19th December, 1981

I-General – Other Reports

1-3.  “For paragraphs 1-3 of the Standing Order – See Paras 11.7 to 11.9 of the Punjab Land Records Manual (Revised Edition), 1974.”

II-Land Revenue Report

4.  So far as relates to cultivation, crops and other like matters, the Revenue Report deals with the agricultural year ending with the Rabi season next before the report is prepared.  So far as relates to the collection of land revenue and other fiscal or financial results, the Revenue Report deals with the year ending upon the 30th September next before the date fixed for the submission of the report.

5.  When a district is under settlement, all statements which are to be totally for the State and which are submitted from every district will be sent up by the Deputy Commissioner, who will get from the Settlement Officer such figures and remarks as he is in the best position to give.

6.  Blank sheets with typed headings for each of the subjects detailed in paragraph 7 of the Standing Order for which there is anything to report should be prepared in the Deputy Commissioner’s office and the report on each subject made on its appropriate sheet.

7.  Commissioners will report their own case work in form XXX.  With this exception, reports summing up the results for the whole of each division are not required.  Commissioners are required to note specially the state of village note-books in the districts included in their divisions.

8.  The ‘State Level Report’ should be concise and not unwieldy.

9.  The subjects to be treated under each section of the Land Revenue Report are set forth in the detailed memorandum which follows hereafter.

The forms of statements to accompany the report are given at the end of the memorandum.

Detailed memorandum as to the subjects to be dealt with in the Revenue Report and as to the manner in which they should be treated.

No. of Subject Detail of Subject, with notes as totreatment Reference in illustrative Statements
1. Increase or decrease in cultivation No. I
  Note here any increase or decrease in the cultivation, also any change in the double-cropped area, and state briefly the general tendency of cultivation of increase or decrease or to become increasingly devoted to spring or autumn crops.  Note, if necessary, on any fluctuation of the irrigated areas.  This subject has to be treated fully once every five years and was so treated in the year 1966-67.  In Intervening years it may be noticed very briefly, or, if there is nothing calling for remark, not at all.
(a) General Summary of Agricultural Conditions
Report –
(i) the extent to which agriculturists benefited or lost from the fluctuations in prices and in particular whether they held up stocks beyond the normal periods of disposal.
(ii) the extend to which agriculturists have reduced expenditure;
(iii) conditions of agricultural credit; and
(iv) any other economic facts of importance.
 
2. Agricultural population and its Economic conditions
 Report whether there has been deterioration or improvement in the general economic conditions of agriculturists in comparison with the previous year.
 
3. Fixed Land Revenue
State the total demand for the year and the portion of it collected. State the character of the Collections, whether or difficult, punctual or dilatory.
State the amount collected on account of previous years. In discussing land revenue demand and collections under this and other heads, the convenient method to pursue is –
(i) to compare the total demand with the total demand of the previous year; and
(ii) then to mention the amount remitted and suspended out of the total demand.  The net recoverable demand can than be stated.  It can be expressed as a percentage of the total demand and compared with the corresponding figure for the previous year.
The amount collected can then be stated and expressed as a percentage of the recoverable demand.  These figures will give all the facts that are necessary, for instance, where the suspensions and remissions are exceptionally heavy or where more than normal difficulty has been experienced in making collections.
 
Nos. V, VI and VII
  Causes of increase or decrease in the fixed land revenue demand.
Note the reasons for any material change in demand;
Notice and explain any important differences between the estimated enhancements shown in the annual forecast of increases of land revenue and the actual increase realized.
Remissions and suspensions of fixed land revenue.
State the amount remitted and suspended during the year –
(a) out of the demand for the year;
(b) out of the balance brought forward from previous years.
Give reasons for the remissions and suspensions granted.
Notice the working of the principle of differentiation between rich and poor revenue payers.  Note the progress of collection of revenue under suspension.
Balance of fixed land revenue.
State the amount –
(a) of the balance outstanding at the commencement of the year;
(b) of the balance which accrued during the year.
State how much has been collected or remitted under each head during the year.  State the amount of balance at the close of the year, and add any suggestions or remarks that may be necessary as to the general states of the district balances.
 
No.VII
 
4. Fluctuating land revenue
Note the demand for the year and the portion of it collected. State the balance which existed at the commencement of the year and the balances which accrued during the year.  Note the sums remitted and the balance (if any) carried forward. Explain any results which differ greatly from those of the previous year.  State how the system is working and how the people regard it.
 
No.VIII
5. Other land revenue
Give information as under No.3 (for balances of other land revenue).
 
6. Incidence of land revenue and payment by post.
State the total area of the State, area cultivated and total population of the State alongwith the incidence of land revenue paid to Government and enjoyed by assignees per head of population.  Payment of land revenue by post may also be discussed.
 
 
No.XI
7. Coercive Process for the collection of arrears of land revenue.
Coercive Processes for the collection of demands other than land revenue are not to be included in the statement, but a note of processes issued for the collection of occupier’s rates should be given in this paragraph.  Whether land revenue was collected without difficulty and how the position compared in this respect with that of the previous year.  Explain generally the number of writs; warrants for arrest and for distrait of movable property which were issued and more fully the cases of imprisonment, sales of movable and immovable property and cases of direct management, farm the transfer.
 
8. Process serving establishment:
State the agency through which the processes mentioned in paragraph 7 were served.  State the number of days work performed by the special process-serving establishment, if any, entertained under paragraph 9 of Standing Order 29 (Coercive Processes).
Service of Revenue processes by post.
State the extent to which the post was utilized for the service of revenue processes (other than coercive processes) issued by revenue officers and revenue courts.
 
9. Land Revenue Assignments:
Notice any large lapses or new grants.  Note the state of the registers.
 
No.X
10. Punjab Jagir Act, 1941
Note progress made in the previous year and also similar information for the year under report in respect of the Act.
 
11. Progress made in remeasurement and revision of records etc.
Report the progress made in remeasurement and revision of records in comparison with the last year.  State the progress made in consigning the record to the Record Room.
No.XII
(These statements are not to be printed with the Annual Report).
12. Assessment Settlement Reports
Reports the progress made in General Settlement Operation.
No.XIII
(Not to be printed)
13. Special Assessment of Land Revenue on land put to non-agricultural use and Regular Settlement Operations.
State the levy and the collection of –
(i) Special Assessment of land put to non-agricultural use; and
(ii) Regular Settlement Operations.
 
14. Proposed future Settlement Operations
Report the districts which are due for settlement operation and the progress made regarding the assessment reports.
 
15. Settlement Staff
Report the additional staff employed for the settlement operations.
 
16. Transfer of land
Note the area sold, or transferred by gifts and discuss any abnormal figures disclosed.  Remark on the area exchanged, the Chief reasons for which exchanges are made and where there are any obstacles in the way of desirable exchanges which should be removed.  Discuss the market value of land as shown by sale price.
 
17. Mortgages
The total are mortgaged and redeemed and fore-closed may be reported.  The area usufructuary mortgage may also be stated.
XVIII
 
18. Value of land
State the average sale price of land sold and average for cultivated portion measuring in terms of land revenue.  The average mortgage value may also be stated.
 
XIV to – XVII
19. Punjab Restitution of Mortgaged Lands Act, 1938
Report the cases instituted under the Act.
 
20. Land Acquisition Act, 1894
State area acquired for Government during the year and purpose for which it was needed.  State whether the provisions law were strictly and promptly followed as to the proper method of taking possession and paying compensation.  State whether registers are properly kept up.  State whether any land was surrendered by Government during the year, and if it was restored to its former owners or their representatives.
No.XVII
(Not to be printed in the Land Revenue Report)
21. Water-Logging
Report the areas affected by water-logging, Thur, Sem, Choes and deposit of sand.
 
22. Land Reclamation
State the area reclaimed within the irrigation boundary affected by Thur, Rakkar, etc.
 
23. Alluvion and Dilluvion
State and discuss the physical and financial results of alluvion action during the year.  Nothing need be repeated which has been already dealt with under No.3 to 28.
No. IX
24. Encroachment on Government Lands
State the encroachments reported from the districts indicating the number of cases pending , reported and disposed of.
No. XXXI
25. Encroachment on Village Roads
State the encroachment reported from the districts.
 
26. Ejectment Proceedings
Give details as to ejectment of tenants and as to the litigation connected with suits to contest liability to ejectment.  The number of ejectment of tenants actually made under different provisions of the law should be compared with the last year’s figures, and explanation of the important variations given.
 
27. Surveys
Note any work done during the year by the Survey Department, stating date of commencement of survey in each district, area surveyed by districts, cost per square mile, distinguishing in each case between traverse and cadastral surveys.
 
28. Boundaries
Note any boundary disputes  which have been decided. Also notice important alterations in district boundaries.
 
  Loans under the Land Improvement Loans Act, XIV of 1883  
29. Loans under the Improvement Loans Act, XIX of 1883 No. XVIII
  State the amount advanced during the year and the amount outstanding at the end of it.  Notice the collection of principal and interest on current and arrears account and give the net financial results to Government in current and in each of the five preceding years.  State whether system is popular and whether loans under it are faithfully applied and punctually repaid.  State whether the works constructed out of the loans are properly inspected during construction.  In connection with this subject state No. of certificates of exemption issued for new wells and the number of old wells fallen out of use for which remissions were granted during the year.
Give the number of wells, Tubewells, pumping sets and similar works of improvements annually brought into use which owe their existence to loans advanced by Government.
When the arrears are large the reasons should be stated and the measures taken for their recovery noted in the report.  The amount of loans which have had to be written off as irrecoverable should be specially noticed.  Mention briefly the result of the Audit and Inspection work of Land Revenue and Taccavi Accounts by the Tehsildars on Special Duty.
 
30. Loans under the Agriculturists Loans Act, XII of 1884.
Give the same information mutatismutandis as in Sr. No.29 and add any thing further that may be necessary to illustrate the working of the Act during the year.
(The State level report should show the results of the transactions under each Act for the last five years for principal and interest separately i.e. demand in each year including balance of previous year, collections and remissions and balance at the close of each of the five years).
No XIX
31. Canals under the Development Management
For canals under the management of the Irrigation Department, remark generally on water-supply and management of canals as affecting revenue administration.  Make any observation necessary on growth of irrigation, canals extensions or canals clearances.  State the income derived from owner’s rate or from water-advantage rate.  In districts where new irrigation is liable to be assessed with nahri-parta, the amount of nahri parta newly assessed should be stated and increase of revenue compared with the increase of irrigation.
No.XX
32. Canals under the District Management
Canals under district management should be fully dealt with.  New notification under the Minor Canals Act should be referred to.  Areas irrigated, charges imposed and collected, expenditure incurred and met during the year and financial results of the year’s working should be reported.
 
33. Record Rooms i.e. General as well as Revenue
(i) Record rooms, Special remarks, if any. Damage done by insects, pests and the measures taken to prevent it.
(ii Number of files destroyed and the general state of destruction work.
(iii) Number of inspections made by the officer-in-charge and the particular improvements resulting from such inspections.
 
34. Copying Agencies
A comparison of the income and expenditure of the District Copying Agency with the corresponding figures of the last year.  Serious irregularities pointed out by Audit Officers and other important and novel matters, if any, relating to the working of the agency.
No. XXXII
35. Business Returns
Make any necessary remarks.
No.XXX

QUINQUENNIAL

(STATE TOTALS ONLY TO BE REPORTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

STATEMENT No.1      _______________ DISTRICT

Analysis by Districts of Chief Statistics at date of settlement and for the agricultural Quinquennial period ending June 15, 19 ____.

 

District Year Detail (Fixed, fluctuating and total Total area Forests Not available for cultivation (Ghair mumkin)
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Last Settlement
Year under report
Difference + or -
(Fixed (Fluctuating (Total
(Fixed (Fluctuating (Total
(Fixed (Fluctuating (Total
Acres. Acres. Acres.

 

OTHER UNCULTIVATED LAND EXCLUDING CURRENT FALLOWS Current fallows Net area sown during the year Number of masonry wells in use Number of unlined wells, dhenklis and jhalars in use
Government waste. Others
7 8 9 10 11
Acres. Acres. Acres. Acres.    

 

CULTIVATION
Chahi including Chahi Sailab Chahi Nahri including Jhalari Total Chahi of all kinds Canal mileage Nahri Sailab
12 13 14 15 16 17
Acres. Acres. Acres. Miles Acres. Acres.

 

CULTIVATION    
Barani Abi Total Cultivated area Double Cropped Area Total assessment including that of muafis and jagirs Remarks
18 19 20 21 22 23
Acres. Acres. Acres. Acres. Rs.  

 

Note.- Column – 1.  If part of a district is under fluctuating assessment, the total of such villages shall be entered separately, being excluded from the portion under fixed assessment.

2.  There will be two lines of entries for each district.  The first line, in red ink, will give the data of the first year of settlement or of the earliest subsequent year for which figures are forthcoming, the date of the year of the settlement or of such subsequent year should be entered in column 2; the second line, in black ink, will give the data of the year under report.

STATEMENT NO. II
STATEMENT NO.III
Deleted.

STATEMENT NO.IV

________________ District

INCIDENCE OF REVENUE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 15, 19_____

AREA IN ACRES
  Deduct Balance of area fully assessed
Tehsil Total Area by survey Area not fully assessed Area for which returns so far as required for this table are not available Total Cultivated (See footnote)
1 2 3 4 5 6
           
Total District          

 

TOTAL LAND REVENUE AND POPULATION Land revenue from land assessed on fully assessed area (column 5) INCIDENCE OF LAND REVENUE ON FULLY ASSESSED AREA PER ACRE
Total land revenue of district, i.e. on area shown in col.2 Population of district (i.e., of area shown in column 2) Land revenue per head of population (column 9 and 10) For total area (column 5) For cultivated area only column 6)
Paid to Government Enjoyed by assignees Total
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Rs. Rs. Rs.   Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
               
               

 

Column 2 - The area in this column should be area given in Milan Raqbastatement of the year.
Column 3 - In this column those lands only will be deducted which fall under the following heads:-
(1) Jagir and muafi lands of which the revenue is assigned to the owners.
(2) Lands the owners of which enjoy Chaharama or other privileged remissions.
(3) Istimrari tenures.
Column 4 - All Government waste, Government forests not available for cultivations – Ghair mumkin and culturable waste other than fallows and also all areas for which statistics are not available should be included in this column.
Column6 - Will be equal to column 5 after deducting current fallows and fully assessed waste.
Columns 7, 8 and 9 - The detail is necessary in order to ensure the inclusion of all assigned revenue award paid by assignees, should be excluded from column 8 and included in column 7; that is to say, in the case of a jagir assessed at Rs.1,000 subject to payment of Rs.200 award per annum, Rs.800 will be entered to column 8 and Rs.200 in column 7.

In column 7 should be included the actual realizable demand on account of the year whether wholly realized during the year or not.  Arrears for past years should be excluded.  No deduction should be made on account of remissions, but a foot-note should be entered in the return giving the average percentage of remissions out of the demand during the quinquennium, thus “on the average of the last five years about…… per cent of the total revenue entered in this column was remitted on account of short crops, etc.”.  Land Revenue in this column includes all the heads detailed in monthly tauzi.  In column 8 should be entered all assigned revenue whether assessed on lands muafi to the owners or otherwise.

Column 12 should show all revenue included in columns 7 and 8, except “ other revenue”.

STATEMENT NO.V

STATE TOTAL ONLY TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT

_____________DISTRICT

STATEMENT OF FIXED LAND REVENUE (INCLUDING SERVICE COMMUTATION), DEMANDS, COLLECTIONS AND BALANCES FOR THE YEAR ENDING PART 19 _______

(Collection up to the 30th September, 19 ______)

 

  BALANCE ON 30THSEPTEMBER
Division District Demand Collection Percentage on demand of collections Collections during current year on account of previous years Total of columns 4 and 6 Of the year under report Of former years Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    Rs. Rs.   Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
PARTICULARS OF BALANCES Arrears struck off by orders passed on annual balance statements during the year REMISSION ON ACCOUNT OF CALAMITY OF SEASON SANCTIONED DURING THE YEAR Number and date of Commissioner’s of Financial Commissioner’s letter sanctioning remissions Remarks
RECOVERABLE UNDETERMINED IRRECOVERABLE
Under suspension Not under suspension
Of the year under report Of former years Of the year under report Of former years Of the year under report Of former years Of the year under report Of former years On account of year under report On account of former years report
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.    

NOTES-1. The demand in column 3 will agree with that shown in column 6 of the Revenue Roll sanctioned for the year under review.  The collections in column 4 will be those of the demands shown in column 3 only, and the difference between the figures in columns 3 and 4 for the year under review will be shown under “Balances of the year under report” in column 8.

2.  No difference whatever can be allowed between column 3 of this return and 6 of the general kistbandi.  If the latter account was erroneous and contained items not appertaining thereto, the full demand must still appear in this return, and the erroneous item shown as in balance or if any sums were omitted from the kistbandi they must be omitted from this return also and shown as surplus collections in statement No.VII, column 12, “Other items” the fact being explained in that return.

3.  The income of estate not on the kistbandi from their having lapsed within the year or owing to the orders of Government not having been received on them will be excluded.

4.  Again the revenue derived from estates under any other trust estates, must not be entered either in the “Demand” or “Collections”.

5.  The balances must tally with those entered in the Annual Balance Statement, and the classifications must also correspond with those returns.

6.  Revenue suspended, but collected during the year, should not be shown in columns 11 and 12.

7  Balance struck off, during the year (column 19) must not be confounded with remissions sanctioned during the year (column 20).

8.  In columns 20 and 21 only show remissions due to calamity of seasons.  Remissions on account of dilluvion, acquisition of land, etc., should be excluded.

STATEMENT NO.VI

STATE TOTAL ONLY TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT _____________ DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING FOR THE AGRICULTURAL YEAR ENDING RABI 19___ THE AMOUNT OF LAND REVENUE HELD UNDER SUSPENSION AT ITS COMMENCEMENT AND AT ITS CLOSE.

 

SN Year Total of District Remarks Serial No.
Under suspension at beginning of year Suspended during the year Total suspended Collected during the year Sums under suspension remitted during the year Balance under suspension at close of year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  Suspensions more than three years old
19___
19___
19___
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.    

The figures shown in column 3 should agree in detail with those shown in column 8 of last year’s return.

STATEMENT NO.VII.

STATE TOTAL ONLY TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT     

  _____________DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING ALTERATIONS IN THE FIXED LAND REVENUE DEMAND FOR THE YEAR ENDING RABI 19 ____.

Division District Demand of the previous year INCREASE
By lapses and resumptions of revenue free lands By revision of assessment from regular settlements or otherwise By alluvion   By territorial transfer       Total increase
By land released from occupation by Government From districts of the Punjab From other States By assessment of wastes, formation of new estates, new leases of wells, &c. By progressive jamas Miscellaneous
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
    Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs Rs.

 

DECREASE
By grant of land revenue free Deduction owing to settlement operations Other reductions owing to reduction of assessment, calamities of season, deterioration of estate, farms, By dilluvion By land being occupied By territorial transfer By redemption of land revenue Miscellaneous Total decrease Demand of the year under report Remarks
To districts of the Punjab From other States
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.  

 

NOTES:-- 1. As the fixed land revenue demand can not be altered, except with the sanction of the Financial Commissioner, care should be taken that the increases and decreases shown in this return agree with those sanctioned.

2.  Deleted.

STATEMENT NO.VIII.
STATE TOTAL ONLY TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT  

STATEMENT OF COLLECTIONS AND BALANCES OF FLUCTUATING AND OTHER
LAND REVENUE DURING THE YEAR ENDING RABI 19 _______

 

Division District FLUCTUATING SOURCES OF LAND REVENUE
TEMPO-RARILY EXCL-UDED FIXED LAND REVE-NUE ROLL
Total
PERMANENTLY EXCLUDED FROM FIXED LAND REVENUE ROLL
Collections from estates held under direct management Fluctuating Assessment of Canal Irrigated Lands Fluctuating Assessment of other Lands Other items Total of Column 9, 12 and 13
Land Revenue and malikana assessed by Deputy Commissioner Land Revenue and malikana assessed by Irrigation Department Water advantage rate assessed by Irrigation Department Total of Column 5, 6 & 7 Land Revenue and malikana assessed by Deputy Commissioner Land Revenue and malikana assessed by Irrigation Department Total of Column 9 and 10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
    Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

 

Total of columns 3 and 4 BALANCES OF FLUCTUATING LAND REVENUE OTHER LAND REVENUE
Of the year under report Of previous years Total Sale of Government Sale proceeds of waste lands including Nazrana Recovery of cost of Settlement from assignees Recoveries on account of canal and survey demarcation (land revenue share) Rents of lands leased for a single year or harvest Total Hakul Tehsil Other items Talbana Receipts from manage-ment of Govern-ment estates Total
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

 

 

 

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs Rs Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

 

BALANCES OF OTHER LAND REVENUE COLLECTIONS DURING CURRENT YEAR ON ACCOUNT OF PREVIOUS YEARS Remarks
Of the year under report Of previous year Total On account of fluctuating land revenue On account of other land revenue
29 30 31 32 33 34
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

Note:-  Please see note 2 to Statement No.V.

General Instructions:- No heading printed in this statement should be altered.  The items for which appropriate heading cannot be found should be shown against “other items”, column 25 and their detail furnished.  Revenue Record-room receipts should not be included in this statement.  Mutation fees should be included in column 25 of this statement.  

STATEMENT  NO. IX.

_______________DISTRICT

STATEMENT  OF ALLUVION, DILUVION AND DISTRIBUTIVE INUNDATION DURING THE YEAR ENDING RABI  19_______

 

DIVI-SION DIST-RICT Name of river or streams or marshes causing variations ALLUVION
Area newly assessed during the year (in acres) Revenue assessed Area re-assessed at enhanced rates (in acres) Additional revenue imposed on that area

Total of col-umns

 

5 and

 7

Net increase (khalsa) collect as fluctuating revenue
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
        Rs.   Rs. Rs. Rs.

 

DILLUVION Net increase(plus) or decrease (minus) to be added to or deducted from Fixed Land Revenue Roll of 19 Remarks
Area removed from assess-ment (in acres) Deduction of revenue Area re-assessed at reduced rates (in acres) Reduction of assess-ment on area shown at column Total of columns 11 and 13 Net decrease (khalsa) remitted
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
               

Note—Column 3—the figures for the three large rivers if the State should be given separately.  Those for the minor streams may be lumped together.

STATEMENT  NO. X   ______________DISTRICT

STATEMENT  OF  LAND  REVENUE  ASSIGNMENTS  FOR THE AGRICULTURAL YEAR ENDING RABI 19

District Total land revenue assessable and assessed TOTAL AREA AND REVENUE ASSIGNED
Area Jama
Assigned for private benefit without any obligation of service Assigned for religious purposes Assigned for public purposes, not specifically religious Assigned to individuals for meritorious services for a limited number of lives Other unclassed assignments (full particulars to be shown in the remarks column) Total columns 4 to 8.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  Rs. Acres Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

 

Percentage of column 10 on column 2 DISTRIBUTION OF AREA AND JAMA SHOWING COLUMNS 3 AND 9 Remarks
In perpetuity For life or lives For terms of settlement
Area Jama Area Jama Area Jama
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
  Acres Rs. Acres Rs. Acres Rs.  

Nature of land revenue assignments to be included in this statement:-

(1)  A land revenue assignment is a deduction from land revenue proper, whether realized by the assignee or paid from the Treasury. It does not include payments from a special cess.

(2)  Remissions of land revenue made either (a) on account of the land having been acquired by Government; (b) on account of the redemption of land revenue of the sale of the land free of revenue; (c) in pursuance of the rules made under Section 64 of Land Revenue Act, should be excluded from this return.

(3)  This return should not include the land revenue which would ordinarily be payable on (a) land in the occupation of Government; (b) land held free of revenue by public bodies such as municipalities and local boards.

(4)  The amount which in each case should be shown as assigned is the difference between the revenue (if any) actually payable under the terms of the grant and the revenue which would under ordinary circumstances be assessed or assessable on the land.      

Explanations:--

Column 7In case of doubt whether a public purpose is or is not specifically religious, the guiding principle may be taken to be whether these benefits are attached to any particular religious denomination or faith.

Column 8Enter each jagirs granted to retired  Indian Officers of the Army Department, special jagirs granted under the scheme inaugurated in 1917 and other jagirs granted for a single life or lives in recognition of meritorious services.

 

DISTRICT NUMBER OF PROCESS Amount of arrears for the lealization Amount of arre-ars actually realized through issue of pro-cesses
Writs, section 68 For arrest, section 69(2) For imprisonment, section 69(3) Movable Property For direct management,farm,transfer,sections 71 and 72 For attachment immovables sections 75 and 77 Total number of processes (excluding) writs
            For distress, section 70 For sale,sec.70            
- - Issued Executed Issued Executed Issued Executed Issued Executed Issued Exe-cuted Issued Executed Issued Executed - -
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Against Lambardar
For Lambardar
                                 

Note:    References are to sections of the Land Revenue Act.

Columns 4 and 6.  When a warrant of arrest is followed by an order imprisonment the warrant should be included in column 4 and the order of imprisonment in column.

Column 8 and 10. Where a warrant of distress against movable property is followed by a warrant of sale, each warrant should be included in columns 7 and 9.

Column2.  State number of cases in which property attached (columns 10 and 14) was actually sold.

STATEMENT  NO. XII.
(NOT TO BE PRINTED WITH ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

_______DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING PROGRESS MADE IN RE-MEASUREMENT AND ATTESTATION DURING THE YEAR ENDING 30TH SEPTEMBER, 19

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  DISTRICTS  
-           Total Remarks
Total number of villages under settlement
Total area under settlement Acres
In previous years
Area remeasured in acres During the year
Total to date ...
Villages of which the maps In previous years
have been completed During the year
Total to date ...
Village of which records In previous years
Have been completed During the year
And finally attested...
             

STATEMENT  NO. XIII
(NOT TO BE PRINTED WITH ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

______________DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING PROGRESS MADE IN RE-MEASUREMENT DURING THE YEAR ENDING 30TH SEPTEMBER, 19

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Districts Total Remarks
Total area in acres ...
Area of which assessments have
Been sanctioned in previous year;
Year, acres
Area of which assessments have
Area under been sanctioned during the year
Assessment acres ...
Area still to be assessed, acres
Previous assessment, Rs ...
New assessment as sanctioned, Rs.
Assessment
Sanctioned during Total increase or decrease of
The year assessment Rs.
Increase or decrease, percent ...
Villages of which During the year—
The assessment Number of villages ...
Has been Total area, acres ...
Announced Total new assessment, Rs. .....
Total to date ----
Number of villages ...
Total area, acres
Assessment Total new assessment, Rs ...
Reports
Total due
Previously submitted by
Settlement Officer
             

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Districts Total Remarks
Submitted by Settlement Officer

 

During the year ...

Sanctioned by Government...

Still due to Government...

Increase or decrease of assessment

As announced to date Rs. ...

Percentage of increase or decrease.

Result of

Reassessment Increase of assessment for the

Operations whole area under settlement—

As now estimated, Rs.

As estimated in the forecast

Report Rs ....

             

STATEMENT NO. XIV

___________DISTRICT

DURATION AND COST OF SETTLEMENT OPERATIONS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Districts Total Remarks
Date on which
Settlement
Operations commenced.
Measurements—
Revision of Records—
Probable or actual
Date of completion Reassessment—
 Settlement Operations—
 
 During the year Rs.
Total cost of
Settlement, operations, Total to date, Rs.
Deducting expenditure Now estimated for the
On ordinary district Staff whole operations of
Settlement Rs.
As estimated in the
Forest report,Rs.
             

STATEMENT  NO. XV.         Deleted

STATEMENT NO. XVI

DIVISION/DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING EJECTMENT PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE TENANCY ACT, PUNJAB SECURITY OF LANDS ACT

 

Division District Number of cases in which order of ejectment passed under section 14 A read with section 9(i)(1) of the Punjab Security of Land Tenures Act or section 7 B of the Pepsu Tenancy Agr. Lands Act. No. of tenants involved in cases under col.3 Number of cases out of those in column 3 in which the dispossession of tenants from whole of their tenancies takes place in pursuance of orders mentioned in column 3 No. of tenants involved in cases under col.5
1 2 3 4 5 6
           

 

Extent of area from which ejected, in cases under col.5 No. of cases out of those in column 3 in which dispossession of tenants takes place partially No. of tenants involved in cases under col.8 Extent of tenants involved in cases under col.8
7 8 9 10
     

 

No. of cases in which order of ejectment of tenants takes place under section 14 of the Punjab Security of Land Tenures Act read with section 9(i) (ii to vii) and section 7 of the Pepsu Tenancy and Agr. Lands Act(default clauses) No. of tenants involved, in cases under column 11 Extent of area involved in cases under column 11 Remarks
11 12 13 14
       

THIS STATEMENT SHOULD NOT BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

STATEMENT NO.XVII   ____________DIVISION/DISTRICT

STATEMENT ON COMPENSATION AND REDUCTION OFREVENUEFOR THE LAND ACQUIRED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES AND OF LAND RESTORED BY GOVERNMENT DURING THE YEAR ENDING RABI 19

Division District FOR ROADS FOR CANALS
Area of land taken up in Acres Amount of compensation Area of land taken up in acres Amount of compensation
1 2 3 4 5 6
      Rs.   Rs.

 

FOR RAILWAY FOR BUILDINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS TOTAL
Area of land taken up in acres Amount of compensation 1 2
Area of land taken up in acres Amount of compensation Area of land taken up in acres Amount of compensation
7 8 9 10 11 12
  Rs.   Rs.   Rs.
TOTAL LAND RESTORED BY GOVERNMENT No. of cases in which land has been occupied for which compensation has not been paid Area thus occupied in acres Date of oldest pending claim for compensation
3 4
Number of year’s purchase of the land revenue which the price of the land subject to assessment represents Rate per acre of total compensation paid (columns 11 & 12) Area of land restored in acres
13 14 15 16 17 18
           

Note:-Price paid for building and trees as well as 15 per cent compensation for compulsory acquisition should be excluded throughout this statement.

 (NOT TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

STATEMENT NO.XVII

___________DIVISION/DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS, COLLECTIONS AND OUTSTANDINGS ON ACCOUNT OF THE LAND IMPROVEMENT LOANS ACT (XIX  OF  1883)

Division District STATE OF LOANS ACCOUNT PRINCIPAL RECOVERY OF PRINCIPAL
Balance outstanding on 1stOctober column 6 of last year’s statement Amount advances during the year Balance outstanding at close of year Amount suspended by competent authority Amount suspended by competent authority Amount falling due during the year out of columns 3 and 4 principal only Demand on account of arrears of principal only (col.13 of last year’s statement) Total demand, principal only Total collections, principal only Amount of principal written-ff as irrecoverable during the year Arrears of principal overdue on September 30th Arrears of interest suspended and overdue at commencement of the year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
                           

 

RECOVERY OF INTEREST
Interest falling due within the year Total interest for collections within the year Total collections interest only Amount of interest written off as irrecoverable during the year Suspended by competent authority Arrears of interest overdue at end of the year Remarks
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
             

Note:   The amount expended on free grants-in-aid towards the construction of private protective works, or on establishments for well-boring or other outlay incurred from current revenue in connection with taccavi transactions, should be noted in the column of remarks and the nature of work should also be given. 

STATEMENT NO.XIX

(NOT TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)

___________DISTRICT/DIVISION

STATEMENT SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS, COLLECTIONS AND OUTSTANDINGS ON ACCOUNT OF THE AGRICULTURISTS LOANS ACT (XII OF 1884)

Division District STATE OF LOANS ACCOUNT PRINCIPAL RECOVERY OF PRINCIPAL
    Balance outstanding on Ist October column 6 of last year’s state-ment Amount advanced during the year Amount collected or written  –off during the year Balance outstanding at close of year Amount suspended by competent authority Amount falling due during the year out of column 3 and 4,principal only Demand on account of arrears of principal (column 3 of last year’s statement) Total demand, principal Only Total collections, principal only Amount of principal written-off as irrecoverable during the year Amount of principal over-due on September 30th Arrears of interest suspended and overdue at commencement of the year.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
                           

 

RECOVERY OF INTEREST
Interest falling due within the year Total interest for collections within the year Total collections, interest only Amount of interest written off as irrecoverable during the year Suspended competent authority Arrears interest overdue at end of the year Remarks
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
             

STATEMENT NO.XX

 __________DIVISION/DISTRICT

STATEMENT OF REMISSION ORDERS AND CERTIFICATES OF EXEMPTION GRANTED FOR IRRIGATION WORKS FOR THE YEAR ENDING EABI 19..

Division District No. of wells fallen out of use for which remissions have been granted during the year Number of certificates granted during the year NUMBER OF IRRIGATION WORKS CONSTRUCTED DURING THE  YEAR
        New wells Old wells required Dams, reservoirs and Cuts from rivers and marshes Remarks
At private expense From taccavi advances At private expenses From taccavi At private expense From taccavi advances
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
                     

NOTE:  In the case of irrigation works other than wells, the estimated care of irrigation should be given in the column of remarks.

STATEMENT NO.XXI......................................Deleted

STATEMENT NO.XXII....................................Deleted

STATEMENT NO,XXIII..................................Deleted

STATEMENT NO.XXIV​

 ___________DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING THE AREA AND INCOME OF GOVERNMENT LANDS UNDER THE DIRECT CONTROL OF THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR  19.... ..19.........

Division District AREA UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER Area of nazool lands leased for agricultural purposes and consequently subject to the waste land lease rules AREA INCLUDED IN COLUMNS 3(a)+(b) AND 4 LET OUT FOR CULTIVATION Total of columns 3 (a)+ (b) and 4 INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30THSEPTEMBER, 19... Remarks
        Of waste land Of Nazool land Cultivated in the year Uncultivated Land Revenue on lands included in columns 5 and 6 *Malikana on lands included in columns 5 and 6 Other income Total income  
1 2 3(a) 3(b) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
    Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.  

Notes:  (1)  The figures for column 3 will be got from the register prescribed by rule 2 of Rules for the lease of waste lands in the Punjab contained in Appendix III to the Punjab Land Administration Manual.  Leases in which the proprietary right will be eventually vest in the lessee will be included.  The area held by Government tenants under Act V of 1912 or under any colonization scheme should be excluded from this column.

(2)  The figures for column 4 will be got by exception from the Nazul Register.  Generally all nazul land which is leased out for cultivation will be shown,--vide paragraphs 5 and 6 of Punjab Government Consolidation Circular No.27;only land to which this circular applied should be shown.

(3)  Lands leased for a single harvest or a single year will be included in columns 5 and  6.

(4)  Lands notified under the Colonization of Government Lands Act should not be included in this statement.

(5)  If land revenue and malikana have not been separately imposed  the whole of the rent paid by the lessee will be shown in column 9.

(6)  In column 10 will be shown all income from lands included in columns 3 and 4 which is not shown in column s8 and 9.  Tirni, sajji and main leases, grazing fees and such like will be included.  It does not matter under that head of account such income is shown in the Treasury Accounts.  Details of the income shown in this column should be given in the remarks column.

(7)  Receipts from occupiers rates should not be shown in columns 8 to 11.

(8)  Marked differences between the figures of this year and last year’s statement should be explained.

*Rent excluding land revenue charged by Government from tenants of Government land.

STATEMENT NO.XXV

TOTAL OF SALES, MORTGAGES AND REDEMPTIONS AND OTHER TRANSFERS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 15TH JUNE, 19___.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
District Name of rights transferred GIFTS EXCHANGES MORTGAGES WITH POSSESSION, INCLUDING TRANSFERS FOR DEBT BY ORDER OF COURT
No. of transactions Total area transferred No. of transactions Total area transferred Number of mortgages Of which cultivated Revenue in Rupees Mortgage-money in rupees
  Ownership..   Acres   Acres   Acres      

 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
No. of released REDEMPTION OF MORTGAGES WITH POSSESSION SALES AND PERMANENT TRANSFERS FOR VALUE Revenue in Rupees Price in Rupees Multiple of revenue
Area redeemed Revenue in rupees Mortgage money discharged in rupees Number of transfers Area transferred
Total Of which cultivated Total Of which cultivated
  Acres Acres       Acres Acres Acres    
                     

STATEMENT  NO.XXVI 

  ________________DISTRICT

ABSTRACT OF MORTGAGES, SALES AND REDEMPTIONS BY DISTRICTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 5TH JUNE, 19__

District Mortgages Sales Redemptions
1 2 3 4
       
       

STATEMENT  NO. XXVII
(TO BE PREPARED IN THE OFFICE OF THE FINANCIAL COMMISSIONERS, PUNJAB)

SALES OF LAND IN THE PUNJAB

Year No. of transfers >AREA TRANSFERRED Revenue in rupees Price in rupees PRICE PER ACRE Price per rupee of land revenue Sales by others Sales to others
       
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
    Acres Acres     Rs. Rs. Rs. Acres Acres

STATEMENT  NO. XXVIII
(TO BE PREPARED IN THE OFFICE OF THE FINANCIAL COMMISSIONERS, PUNJAB)

MORTGAGES  OF  LAND  IN  THE   PUNJAB

Year Total cultivated area under usufructuary mortgage Percentage of cultivated area under usufructuary mortgage Cultivated area redeemed Cultivated area mortgaged Mortgage-money per rupees of revenue of area mortgaged No. of mortgages Revenue assessment of mortgaged land Percentage of total cultivated area held Total area mortgaged to others
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  Acres   Acres Acres Rs.       Acres

STATEMENT NO. XXIX
(STATE TOTAL ONLY TO BE PRINTED WITH THE ANNUAL LAND REVENUE REPORT)
 

  ______________DIVISION/DISTRICT

STATEMENT SHOWING THE WORK DONE BY REVENUE OFFICERS ORIGINAL CASES ONLY  FOR THE YEAR ENDING September, 19___

Division District Number of Revenue officers employed Revenue Court cases under the Tenancy Act Revenue Officer’s cases under the Revenue Officer’s cases under the Land Revenue Act Cases under the Redemption of Mort-gages (Punjab) Act 1913 Cases under the Punjab Security of Land Tenure Act 1953/PEPSU Tenancy and Agricultural Land Act, 1955 Cases under the Punjab Abolition of Ala Malkiat and Talukdari Rights Act, 1952) PEPSU Abolition Cases under the Punjab Occupancy Tenants (Vesting of Proprietary Rights) Act,1953/PEPSU. Occupancy Tenants (Vesting of Proprietary Rights) Act,1954 Cases under the Punjab Bhudan Yagna Act,1955 Miscellaneous Revenue Officers cases Total Revenue Cases Number of the cases pen-ding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
                           

Note:-   This statement should include settlement cases in all districts under settlement.

Deputy Commissioner’s Office

The______________________       

Deputy Commissioner

STATEMENT NO.XXX
(NOT TO BE PRINTED WITH THE REPORT)
APPELLATE WORK OF REVENUE COURTS AND OFFICERSFOR THE YEAR ENDING 30TH SEPTEMBER, 19___

Name of officer Designation of Officer REVENUE JUDICIAL APPEALS Transferred Pending
Old cases   Decided
New institutions Rejected at first hearing Remanded for retrial Decreed for appellant Decreed for respondent Total decided
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
  Total                  
                 

 

Pending more than 3 months REVENUE EXECUTIVE APPEALS Remarks
Old cases New institutions Decided Transferred Pending Pending more than 3 months
Accepted Rejected Total
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
                   
                   

The statement will give:-

  1. the appellate and revisional work of the Financial Commissioners showing appealsand revisions separately.
  2. The appellate work of Commissioners;
  3. The appellate work of Officers with the appellate powers of a Collector by districts

The work done by the whole of the incumbents of a post will be shown and not that of an individual Officer.

STATEMENT  NO. XXXI     
 ___________TEHSIL/DISTRICT
STATEMENT SHOWING THE ENCROACHMENT OF GOVERNMENT LANDS

SN Name of Tehsil/district Total area under encroachment No. of persons involved Nature of encroachment Cases in which encroachment removed Balance area under encroachments Cases filed in courts to remove encroachment Cases finalized  Cases pen-ding Reasons Re-marks
          No. of cases Area redeemed No. of cases Area involved No. of cases Area involved        
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
                             

STATEMENT NO. XXXII
COPYING AGENCY 

 

SN

Name of district

Total amount realized as coping fee in the last year

Total amount realized as coping fee in the current year

Expenditure on Coping Agency in the last year

Expenditure on Coping Agency in the current year

Deficiencies pointed out by audit

Whether amount deposited; if so, date of desposit

Difference of amount in income and expenditure

Remarks

 

Date of audit

Amount

On income side

On expenditure side

 

(a) Last    

      year

(b) Current   

      year

(a) Last   

      year

(b) Current
      year

 
 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STATEMENT NO. XXXII-A

Sr.No.

Name of the district

Whether Photostat machine installed

Total amount realized as copying fee in the last year

Total amount realized as copying fee in the current year

Expenditure on Photo-stat machine in the last year

Expenditure on Photostat machine in the current year

Deficiencies pointed out by audit

Whether amount deposited, if so, date of deposit

Difference of amount in income and expenditure

Remarks

Date of audit

Amount

On income side

On expenditure side

  1. Last year
  2. Current year
  1. Last year
  2. Current year

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III—Colonization Report
...............Deleted............. 

  1. Annual Confidential Reports on the Revenue Work of Revenue Officers

10.  The annual confidential report on the work of revenue officers will be for the financial year.  The reports on the work and conduct of Deputy Commissioner should be written by Commissioner and forwarded to the Financial Commissioner Revenue not later than 5th of April.  These reports alongwith blank forms in respect of Commissioners and Additional Commissioners should be placed before the Senior Officers of Committee for recording their remarks.  Report should reach Government by 30th April. 

11.  This report should be written by the Deputy Commissioner in respect of all Additional Deputy Commissioners, all the Sub-Divisional Officers, all General Assistants to Deputy Commissioner.  Executive Magistrates and Extra-Assistants Commissioners under training.  Similarly, report on the work of District Revenue Officer should be forwarded by the Deputy Commissioner on the Commissioners of the Division by 7th April who would send the same after recording his remarks to Financial Commissioner by 15th April each year.  Reports should reach Government by 30th April each year.   

12.  Deleted.

13.  The Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil)/Deputy Commissioner/ Commissioner while proceeding on leave/transfer should leave notes for his successor in regard to problems of his sub-division/district/division.

14.  The annual confidential report on the work and conduct of Tehsildars and Naib Tehsildars should be written by the Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil) and forwarded to the Deputy Commissioners by 7th April, and by the Deputy Commissioner to the Commissioner of Division by the 15th April each year.  The reports in respect of Tehsildars as well as of those Naib-Tehsildars who have officiated as Tehsildars for over 3 month in the financial year, should also be forwarded by the Commissioner of the Division to the Financial Commissioner Revenue by 22nd April, each year.

FORM  OF  CONFIDENTIAL  REPORTS
(See rule 4 of the All India Services)
Confidential Rolls Rules, 1970

Report for the year/period ending______________________

_________________________________________________Part I              Personal Data

(To be filled by the Government)

1.  Name of Officer

2.  Name of the Service to which the officer
    Belongs.

3.  Date of Birth

4.  Date of continuous appointment to the
    present grade.

5.  Present post held and the date of
    Appointment thereto.

6.  Period of absence from duty on Leave,
    training etc., during the year.

Part II                           Assessment by the Reporting Authority

1.  State of Health.

2.  General Assessment.

This should contain an over all assess-

Ment of the officer’s personality, his

good qualities and short–comings

and should, in particular, touch on

the following points, viz., quality of

 mind (originality and comprehension );

 knowledge of work, power of expression

 (on paper and discussion), power of acqu-

iring general  information,  attention to,

detail, industry and conscientiousness,

judgement, speed of disposal, willingness

 to accept responsibility and take decisions,

 relation with subordinates and colleagues,

 public relations.

If the officer has been reprimanded for indiffe-

rent  work  for  other  cause during  the  period

under review, brief particulars should be given.

If the officer has done any out- standing notable

            work meriting commendation, brief mention
should be made.

3.  Integrity

(This column should be filled as per instructions

issued under Ministry of Home Affairs O.M.  No.

51/ 4/64- Est. (A), dated 21st June, 1965)

                            Signature of the
                            Reporting Authority_____________
                            Name in Block Letters___________
                            Designation____________________
Date_________

Part III                          Remarks of the Reviewing Authority

1.   Length of service under Reviewing
     Authority.

2.  Do you agree or disagree with  the
    Assessment of the officer given by
    The Reporting Authority ?  Is there
    Anything you wish to modify or add ?

3.  General remarks with specific comments
    About the general remarks given by
    Reporting Authority and remarks about
    the out-standing work of the officer.

 

4. (a)  Fitness for promotion to higher grade(s)
        in his turn.
        
        (i)  Fit
        (ii)  Not yet fit
        (iii)  Unfit

 (b)    Has the Officer any special characteristics
        and/or any outstanding merits or abilities
        which would justify his advancement and
        special selection for higher appointment
        out of turn ?  If yes, please mention these
        characteristics briefly.         

(c)     Recommendation regarding suitability for
        other spheres of work.   

                        Signature of the
                        Reviewing Authority________________
                        Name in Block Letters______________
                        Designation________________________
Date_________________

Part IV                  Remarks of the Accepting Authority     (i.e. Next Superior Officer)       
 
                            Signature of the
                            Accepting Authority_________________
                            Name in Block Letters________________
                            Designation_________________________

                            Date_________________

CONFIDENTIAL REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE OFFICER OF THE  PUNJAB CIVIL SERVICE (EXECUTIVE BRANCH) FOR THE YEAR/PERIOD ENDING______

NAME
DESIGNATION

PERIOD SPENT IN THE POST
PERIOD UNDER REPORT

ASSESSMENT BY THE REPORTING AUTHORITY

Overall assessment
(Outstanding, Very Good, Good, Average and Below Average).

                            Signature of the
                            Reporting Authority__________________
                            Name in Block Letters________________
                            Designation_________________________

ANNUAL CONFIDENTIAL REPORT ON THE WORK AND CONDUCTOR OF SARDAR/SHRI _________ TEHSILDAR _________ FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 19_____

Points needing        Answer of       Answer of       Opinion                  Financial
Attention                the Sub-          the D.C.     of Commissioner        Commissioner’s
                             Divisional                             as to the                    initial
                             Officer(C)                          correctness  of
                                                                    Report by D.C
1        2        3        4        5

1.  Has the officer shown himself able to do
    the work of the appointment ?

2.  Has the officer in your opinion maintained
    A reputation for honesty during the period
    Under report ?
    (Give reasons for your answer if it is negative
    or doubtful)

3.  Is the Officer Industrious ?

4.  Has any incident occurred during the period
    under report which reflects credit or discredit
    on the officer ?

5.  Note your opinion of the officer’s capacity
    for getting work out of his subordinates and
    his relations with them.       

6.  What is the officer’s bearing towards non-
    officials and his accessibility to them.  

7.  (a)  Should the officer’s next increment
         be with-held ?
    (b)  Is the Officer fit to cross the efficiency
         bar ?  
        
8.  Has the officer any special aptitudes or defects ?

9.  Has the officer in your opinion shown keen
     interest in the realization of Government due ?
     _____________________________________    
     Recovery of               Recovery of
     Land Revenue              Taccavi loans

10.  Control over
      (a)  Field staff.                        
      (b)  Office staff

11.  State of Revenue Accounts, in the Tehsil,
      Maintenance of Revenue Record.

12.  Any outstanding work done by the Revenue
      Officer for family planning.
            
13.  Overall assessment
      (Outstanding, Very Good, Good, Average
      or Below Average).

Note:-  (1)  The report is intended to cover all work (other than judicial) done by the      officer under the control of the Deputy Commissioner and not revenue work only.

(2)  If an officer has served for less than a month no remarks are necessary, but they may be entered if the Collector has anything to record.

(3)  A separate sheet should be used for each officer year by year, so that the successive reports concerning each officer may be kept together after review .

(4)  When an officer has served in more than one district during the year, a report should be submitted from each district in which he has served.

(5)  If the Financial Commissioner has passed any orders, whether of praise or blame, of the touring return, a reference to this should be given in the remarks column in addition to any other remarks that may be called for.

(6)  The Reporting Officers, while recording remarks, should keep in view the instructions contained in Punjab Govt. Letter No.2334—ASI-6-/15708, dated 3rd May, 1960 followed by further instructions issued in this behalf from time to time, from Chief Secretary to Govt., Punjab, to all Heads of Departments, etc.

(7)  While recording remarks the reporting authority which has watched the work of an officer for a period of at least three months need not associate with him the previous reporting authority, but for a lesser period the previous reporting authority, but for a lesser period the previous reporting authority who saw the work for not less than three months should be associated.

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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