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Particulars Of Organisational Setup Of The Directorate

Particulars Of Organisational Setup Of The Directorate

The Director, Land Records who is also the Inspector General of Registration is assisted by the Joint Director and the subordinate staff in the discharge of his functions. The following is the organizational set up at the State Headquarters: -

HEADQUARTERS STAFF
# Name of post No. of posts
1 Joint Director (AC) 1
2 Deputy Director 1
3 Superintendent 1
4 System Analyst 1
5 Assistant Director 1
6 Deputy Superintendent 1
7 Inspector Registration 2
8 Naib Tehsildar 1
9 Asstt. Research Officer 5
10 Statistical Assistant 1
11 Assistant 5
12 Draftsman 1
13 Stenographer 1
14 Kanungo 3
15 Steno-Typist 1
16 Clerk 9
17 Driver 1
18 Peon 5
19 Chowkidar 1
Total:42  

Functions and Duties of Director, Land Records

The main functions of the Director are to assist the Deputy Commissioners and Commissioners in the maintenance of record of rights and revenue registers and to advice the Financial Commissioner, Revenue and the Government on these matters. He has no administrative functions; his business is to inspect advice, record and report. Among the principal duties of the Director Land Records are:-

The Director is the Head of the Department as regards income from:-

Besides the above, the Director, Land Records holds the following Departmental Examination:-

The Director of Land Records is also Inspector General of Registration. As Inspector General of Registration he is the Head of Registration Department. He exercise general superintendence over all the Registration offices and has powers to make rules consistent with the Indian Registration Act as defined in section 69 of the Indian Registration Act, 1908. Inspector General Registration inspects the offices of the Sub-Registrars and Registrars to point out deficiencies of stamp duty and registration fees and also for the destruction of such books, papers and documents as need no longer be kept. The examination of Documents Writers/Registration Clerks is also conducted by the Inspector General of Registration.

The Director of Land Records also functions as Registrar General of birth, death and marriages. He is custodian of the records of birth, death and marriages under the Indian Christian Marriages XV of 1872 Act. The Director Land Records is also the Special Collector, Haryana. All such cases the lands of which fall in two or more districts come up for adjudication before the Special Collector under the provision of Ceiling on Land Holdings Act, 1972.