2. Government have examined the matter in detail and order that in the case of Municipalities/ Township where the number of Health Inspectors exceeds one, the senior most Health Inspector will be authorised to exercise the duties and functions of the Registrars of the local areas under their respective jurisdiction. [No. B1-20110/74, CIRCULAR J. 2404]
Copy of G. O. Rt. 2136/80/LA&SWD dated 5-7-1980 from Government of Kerala, Local Administration and Social Welfare (C) Department is extracted below for information of all concerned.
Sub:- Registration of Births and Deaths - Recommendation of the Seminar on Births and Deaths held on 6-1-1976 at Trichur - Accepted - orders issued.
Read:- Letter No. B1-34764/79 dated 18-2-1980 from the Director of Panchayats.
The Births and Deaths Seminar held on 6-1-1979 at Trichur has decided that the employees, who by their honest efforts bring the defaulters (people who do not register vital events of births and deaths) to book deserves recognition and encouragement. For this purpose the Seminar has recommended that outstanding work in this direction deserves incentive awards. The Director of Panchayats in his letter referred to above has suggested that it is possible to award a "Good Service Entry" to those employees who detect at least 50 cases per year.
2. Government are pleased to accept the suggestion of the Director of Panchayats and order that those employees of the Panchayats, municipalities and corporations who detect at least 50 cases of defaulters per year will be awarded "Good Service Entry." [CIRCULAR J. 3091, No. B1.34764/79]
Co-ordination committees - constituted - orders issued Copy of G.O. (MS) No. 160/82/LA&SWD, dated 20th September 1982 of the Local Administration and Social Welfare (C) Department is extracted below for information of all concerned.
Read:- Letter No. B1-40411/81, dated 30th September 1981 from the Director of Panchayats. As recommended by the third Conference of Chief Registrars of Births and Deaths, Government are pleased to constitute District Co-ordination committees in each District of the State to review the Civil registration Programme of the Districts. The constitution of the Committee will be as follows:-
|1.||The District Registrar (District Panchayat Officer)||Convener|
|2.||The District Medical Officer, Health Services||.|
|3.||The District Statistical Bureau of Economics and Statistics (Additional District Registrars)||Members|
The District Registrar of Births and Deaths (District Panchayat Officers) will be the convener of the co-ordination committee. The committee will meet every quarter of the year and review the programmes of the Civil Registration and send the proceedings to the Chief Registrar of births and Deaths, the Additional Chief Registrar of Births and Deaths, and the concerned members of the committee. [CIRCULAR J.95, B1-40411/81]
Copy of G.O. (MS) No. 45/83/LA and SWD, dated 19th April 1983 of Local Administration and Social Welfare (D) department is extracted below for information of all concerned.
Read:- Letter No. B1 40411/81, dated 2nd December 1982 from the Director of Panchayats.
As per G. O. (Ms) No. 160/82/LA&SWD dated 20th September 1982 orders have been issued to constitute the District Level co-ordination committee to review the Civil Registration Programme of the District. In the said Committee the District Panchayat Officer/District Registrar is the Convener and District Medical Officer/Health Services, and district Statistical Officer/Additional District Registrar, Economics and Statistics are the members.
2. The inter-departmental committee on Births and Deaths held on 5th October 1982 has resolved to request Government to include one representative of Municipal Commissioners of the District nominated by the Director of Municipal Administration in the District co-ordination committee of Births and Deaths. It has also been resolved to nominate the District Medical Officer as the Chairman of the Committee in each District.