WELCOME. VILLAGE ACCOUNTS. B. VENKATESWARA RAO, District Revenue Officer (Retd.) CONSULTANT, AMR-APARD, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500 030. INTEGRATED VILLAGE ACCOUNTS. BACKGROUND : Land Records have a long history behind them, as long back as history of Revenue Administration.
B. VENKATESWARA RAO,
District Revenue Officer (Retd.)
Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500 030.
Essential Principles of Settlement – Based on classification of soils – divided into 14 classes in Andhra Area and 7 classes in Telangana Area.
Settlement in Telangana Area – It is based on soil classification. - The object sought to be achieved is the determination of the relative values of the fields into which the land is divided during the process of measurement.
Village Account No.3-A – Monthly Cultivation Register and Estimation of Yield. It contains 14 columns. (Corresponding Accounts – Telangana–18, Andhra-1, 1A.)
Village Account No.5 – Demand, Collection and Balance Register (Assamiwari) (Annual Register). It contains 25 columns. (Corresponding Accounts – Telangana–10, 11 Andhra-14)
Village Account No.9 – Register of L.R. Receipt. It contains 7 columns.
Computerization of Village Accounts – The Government of Andhra Pradesh has computerized the Pahanis / Adangls of 2003 and these are put on the web. As these records are dynamic in nature, one-time computerization will be of total help.