Revenue Administration


             

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Sl.

No.

Name of the Division

Name of Taluk

No. of Firka

No. of

Revenue Villages

1

Nagercoil

1

Agastheeswaram

4

43

2

Thovalai

3

24

2

Padmanabhapuram

3

Kalkulam

6

66

4

Vilavancode

5

55

 

 

Total

18

188

 

 Newly Bifurcated Revenue Villages List   (Size: 133.41KB, Language : Tamil)

 

 FLOW CHART OF REVENUE FIRKA 

 

 

The following is the list of Revenue Department officers, who assist the District Collector, in the General Administration of the District.                 

1.           District Revenue Officer at Nagercoil. 

2.                  Personal Assistant (General) to the Collector, Nagercoil 

3.                  Personal Assistant (Accounts) to the Collector, Nagercoil 

4.                  Sub Collector, Nagercoil 

5.                  Revenue Divisional Officer, Padmanabhapuram 

6.                  District Supply Officer, Nagercoil 

7.                  District Backward Classes Welfare Officer, Nagercoil 

8.                  District Adi-Dravidar Welfare Officer, Nagercoil 

9.                  Assistant Commissioner (Excise), Nagercoil 

10.               Deputy Director, (Mines), Nagercoil 

11.               Tahsildar, Vilavancode 

12.               Tahsildar, Kalkulam 

13.               Tahsildar, Agasteeswaram 

14.               Tahsildar, Thovalai

15.          Taluk Supply Officers in each of the 4 Taluks.

16.          Special Tahsildars (DRS)  in each of the 4 Taluks.

17.               Divisional  Excise Officer, Agasteeswaram   

19,          Divisional Excise Officer, Kalkulam

                                                                                      

REVENUE DEPARTMENT

VACANCY POSITION DETAILS AS ON   01.06.2016.

 

District : Kanniyakumari

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl.

No.

Category

Permanent

Temporary

Total

In

Office

Vacant

1

Collector

1

-

1

1

-

2

District Revenue Officer

-

1

1

1

-

3

Deputy Collector

6

9

15

14

1

4

Personal Assistant (Accounts)

-

1

1

1

-

5

Tahsildar

8

27

35

35

-

6

Deputy Tahsildar

14

15

29

29

-

7

Superintendent

9

5

14

14

-

8

Assistants/R.I.

71

75

146

116

30

9

Accountant

3

-

3

3

-

10

Fair Copy Superintendent

1

-

1

1

-

11

Junior Assistants /SRI

38

35

73

52

21

12

Cashier

1

-

1

-

1

13

Typist

23

13

36

28

8

14

Steno-Typist

1

3

4

3

1

15

Record Assistant

2

-

2

2

-

16

Record Clerk

11

1

12

11

1

17

Driver

3

21

24

23

1

18

Office Assistant

30

47

77

38

39

19

Watchman

2

5

7

2

5

20

Masalchi

-

6

6

-

6

21

Sweeper / Scavenger

1

-

1

1

-

22

Village Administrative Officer

188

-

188

149

39

23

Village Assistant

188

-

188

179

9

24

Gardener

-

2

2

2

0

Total

601

266

867

705

162

 

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  PUBLIC GRIEVANCE CELL

 

1  Public Grievance Day:

 

The Collector is receiving Petitions from the Public on every Monday.  All the District Officers/Second Level Officers are attending the Monday Grievance day, as per Government Orders.  The petitions received are given to the concerned Department officers and most of the grievances are redressed on the day itself.  The other petitions which are received for grant of benefits under various welfare schemes are sent to the Officers concerned with instructions to dispose them off within one month.  Nearly three hundred to four hundred petitions are received, every Monday.  The Collector is also reviewing the pendency of Grievance Day petitions at 1.00 pm on every Monday with all Departmental Officers who attend for Grievance Day.  No officer is allowed to keep a petition pending for more than one month.

 

2   Mass Contact Programme:

 

The Mass Contact Programme is conducted by the Collector, the District Revenue Officer in every alterate month.  The petitions collected from the public at Ist Phase are given to the concerned department officers in the village spot itself and replies to the petitions are given to the petitioner on the date of 2nd Phase Mass Contact Programme of that village. In addition th Mass Contact Programme is  conducted by the Revenue Divisional Officer also every month in a Revenue Village.

     

During the second phase of the Mass Contact Programme, the benefits to the beneficiaries are given free medical camp, free veterinary hospital service are also organised in the centres.  Exhibition like small savings posters, Agricultural informations to farmers, chouts explaining the need and importance of Rainwater Harvesting and the display of Nutritious Vegetables, the products of SHG are also displaced.

 

 

3 Chief Minister Special Cell  Petitions:

 

The petitions received from the Chief Minister’s Special Cell are registered in a special Register maintained in the Collectorate, and sent them in original to the concerned officers for early disposal.  Periodical review on the progress of disposal is taken up by the Collector and District Revenue Officer, every week on Mondays.

 

                                                                                  

 

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