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1. What is the procedure of applying for the Income Certificate?

2. What is the procedure for applying for the Nativity Certificate?

3. What is the procedure of applying for the Resident Certificate?

4. What is the procedure of applying for the Identity Certificate?

5. What is the procedure of applying for the Relationship certificate?

6. What is the procedure of applying for the Solvency Certificate?

7. What is the procedure of applying for the Caste certificate (excluding SC/ST)?

8. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate of Possession?

9. What is the procedure of applying for the Family Membership Certificate?

10. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate of Succession?

11. What is the procedure of applying for the Domicile Certificate?

12. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate to be submitted before the Central Government?

13. What is the procedure of applying for the Caste Certificate of SC/ST Communities?

14. What is the procedure of applying for the Valuation Certificate?

15. What is the procedure of the registering the Birth or Death?

16. What is the procedure of applying for the Learner’s License?

17. What is the procedure for applying for a driving license?

18. What is the procedure of applying for adding a new sort of vehicle to the License?

19. What is the procedure of applying for the Badge?

20. What is the procedure of applying for a Duplicate License?

21. What is the procedure of applying for a Conductor’s License?

22. What is the procedure of applying for renewing the conductor’s License?

23. What is the procedure of applying for Conductor’s Duplicate License?

24. What is the procedure of applying for International Driving License?

25. What is the procedure of the temporary registration of a Motor vehicle?

26. What is the procedure of registering a new vehicle?

27. What is the procedure of registering an outside vehicle in the state?

28. What is the procedure of applying for No Objection Certificate to outside States?

29. What is the procedure of changing the vehicle to the legal heir’s name after the death of the owner?

30. What is the procedure of applying for Renewal of the Registration?

31. What is the procedure of applying for the Duplicate registration Certificate?

32. How to open a savings bank account ?

33. How to get new electric connection?



1. What is the procedure of applying for the Income Certificate?


            Application duly filled in the annexure III with a court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village officer. The documents of proof required are that of property, salary certificate or ration card. Village officer after making necessary inquiry will issue the certificate.

2. What is the procedure for applying for the Nativity Certificate?

            There is no specific application form for applying to this certificate. Application duly written in the white paper with a court fee stamp of rupees five should be addressed to the Village Officer. Documents required are that of property, Salary certificate (if employed) or Ration card.
Nativity certificates, which are to be given before the defense personnel, should be collected from the Additional District Magistrate (Deputy Collector) after giving the application addressed to him.

            For the people those who are residing outside Kerala should submit the residential certificate along with this application

SC/ST communities are exempted from paying the fee of five rupee court fee stamp.

3. What is the procedure of applying for the Resident Certificate?

            Application duly written in a white paper, with court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer. The proof of residence such as ration card or the copy of voters Identity card should also be attached.

4. What is the procedure of applying for the Identity Certificate?


            Application duly written in a white paper with a court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer. The proof of identity such as ration card or copy of the voter’s list should also be given along with the application.

5. What is the procedure of applying for the Relationship certificate?

            Application duly written in a white paper with a court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer. The proof of relationship such as Ration card should also included along with the application.

6. What is the procedure of applying for the Solvency Certificate?

For below 5000 rupees

            Application duly written in a white paper with court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the proof documents required such as that of property or 12 years of “kudikidappu”.

For more than 5000 rupees

            Application duly filled should be submitted to the Tahasildar, with a stamp paper worth 50 rupees along with the documents of property, or the “kudikidappu” certificate of 12years. Tahasildar will be issuing the certificate based on the report of the Village Officer or Revenue Inspector.

7. What is the procedure of applying for the Caste certificate (excluding SC/ST)?

            Application duly written in a white paper with a court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer along with the documents of proof required such as Ration Card or copy of the SSLC book.

8. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate of Possession?


            Application duly written in a white paper with the Court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Village Officer, along with the proof of documents such as ration card.

9. What is the procedure of applying for the Family Membership Certificate?


            Application duly filled in a white paper with the court fee stamp of rupees five should be submitted to the Village officer, along with the proof of documents such as ration card.

10. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate of Succession?


            Application duly written in a white paper with the court fee stamp of rupees five should be given to the Tahasildar. Based on the respect of the Village Officer, the Tahasildar will publish it in the gazette. The certificate will be issued thirty days after the date of publication.

If the certificate is for more than 5000 rupees the certificate is to be collected from a civil court.

11. What is the procedure of applying for the Domicile Certificate?


            Application duly written in a white paper with a court fee stamp of rupees five should be submitted to the village officer. Based on the report of the Village Officer, the certificates will be issued by the Tahasildar or by other higher authorities.

12. What is the procedure of applying for the Certificate to be submitted before the Central Government?

            Application duly filled in annexure four, with the court fee stamp worth rupees five should be submitted to the Tahasildar, with the proof documents required such as ration card.

13. What is the procedure of applying for the Caste Certificate of SC/ST Communities?

            Application duly written in a white paper should be submitted to the Tahasildar No court fee stamp is required. Documents of proof such as ration card, or the copy of SSLC book should also be submitted along with the application.

14. What is the procedure of applying for the Valuation Certificate?

            Application duly written in a white paper should be submitted to the Tahasildar with a court fee stamp worth rupees five along with the necessary documents of proof such as that of property. Village officer or Revenue Inspector after necessary inquires will issue the certificate.

15. What is the procedure of the registering the Birth or Death?

            If failed in registering death or birth at the right time. Revenue Divisional Officer can consent this registration later. Application duly written in a white paper should be given to the Revenue Divisional Officer.

16. What is the procedure of applying for the Learner’s License?

            Applicant should be of 18 years of age. But if the vehicle is below 50 CC, the minimum age required is 16 years. If the vehicle is for transportation purpose, the minimum age required is 20 years.

            Application duly filled in Form A along with the documents of proof of residence such as SSLC Book, ration card, telephone bill, LIC policy or electoral roll, should be submitted to the Motor Vehicle Office of the concerned area. Other important documents required are, Medical certificate in Form 1 A (Not required for driving private vehicle) two copies of Form 3, three passport size photographs, and fee receipts.

            There will be a test, if passed in the test; the applicant will be given a learner’s license for 6 months. By paying the fees the learner’s license can be renewed. If failed in the test, by paying another fee can appear for the new test after seven days.

17. What is the procedure for applying for a driving license?

            If obtained a learner’s license, a person can apply for the driving test after 30 days. Documents required are, an application duly filled in Form A, Learner’s license, Fee receipts and three passport size photographs. If the license required is for a transport vehicle Form 5 obtained from a recognized driving school is also required.

            If passed in the test the license will be given in short span of time. If failed, by paying another fee again the person can appear for the test but only after 7 days. But if failed three times, he can only appear for the next test only after 60 days.

            A person who is having an international license or a Military license is exempted from appearing the test.

18. What is the procedure of applying for adding a new sort of vehicle to the License?

            If the vehicle is a transport one, the applicant should have completed minimum 20 years of age, and completed minimum one year after obtained an LMV driving license. But there is no such condition if the vehicle is an autorikshaw. The documents of proof required are, valid learner’s license, application in Form 2, receipts of fees, and present license. If passed in the test the license will be given in a short span of time, by producing the result of the test

19. What is the procedure of applying for the Badge?

            Application in Form LTA, attested conduct certificate by a gazetted officer, MP, MLA, Panchayat President, Municipal Chairman or Mayor. Medical Certificate in Form 1A, two attested photographs, present License are also required. After the test, License and Badge can be obtained by producing the result of the test.

20. What is the procedure of applying for a Duplicate License?

            Application duly filled in DLLD Form with two attested photographs, along with the receipt of fees should be submitted to the licensing authority.

21. What is the procedure of applying for a Conductor’s License?

            Applicant should have completed 18 years of age and appeared for the SSLC examination. The document of proof such as application duly written in Form CLA, attested copies of SSLC Book, Receipts of Fees, Medical Certificate in Form MCC, the certificate in Form FA, showing the expertise in first aid, conduct certificate, and two passport size photographs are required.

22. What is the procedure of applying for renewing the conductor’s License?

            Application duly filled in Form CLRA, receipts of fees, present conductor’s License and two photographs should be produced before the Licensing Authority.

23. What is the procedure of applying for Conductor’s Duplicate License?

            Application duly filled in form CLLD with two photographs and fee receipts should be produced before the Licensing Authority.

24. What is the procedure of applying for International Driving License?

            Application duly filled in the prescribed form should be given to the Regional Transport Officer, with the documents of proof such as two passport size photographs, the attested copy of passport, attested copy of Visa, present driving license, copy of air tickets are required. After the test the License will be given for a period of one year, which cannot be renewed.

25. What is the procedure of the temporary registration of a Motor vehicle?

            Temporary registration is available for a period of one month. This registration is given from the place of purchase, for taking the vehicle to the place of registration. If the Vehicle is a chassis, registration will be available for a maximum period of 4 months.

26. What is the procedure of registering a new vehicle?

            Application for registration should carry the place of permanent residence or the place of working, or doing business. The address, which is written in Form 21, is the one, which is considering for the registration. The documents of proof required are application in Form 20(If there is any hire purchase agreement two copies are required), Sale certificate in Form 21,certificate in Form 22, insurance certificate, temporary registration, if any, Form 22 A (if the body is built on a chassis) proof of residence and age, the pencil print of chassis number, if the Vehicle is an imported one, the customs clearance certificate and receipts of fees. The Registration certificate will be given in a short span of time.

27. What is the procedure of registering an outside vehicle in the state?

            Application duly written in Form 27, No Objection Certificate in Form 28 obtained from the original registering authority, registration certificate, insurance certificate, proof of residence, pollution control certificate are also required. If to change the ownership, two copies of Form 29 and Form 30, if to change the residence; application in Form 33, receipts of fees should also be submitted along with the application.

28. What is the procedure of applying for No Objection Certificate to outside States?

            Three copies of Application duly filled in Form 28, (Court fee stamp of worth Rs 5 should be attached in one copy) along with the documents such as Address of the registering authority, the pencil mark of the chassis number, attested copies of registration certificate, pollution control certificate, insurance certificate, receipts of taxes paid should also be given along with the application. If the vehicle is using for the transportation purpose, the permit should be surrendered.

29. What is the procedure of changing the vehicle to the legal heir’s name after the death of the owner?

            If the registered owner of a vehicle is dead that should be informed to the authority immediately. The vehicle of the deceased can be used for 3 months without changing the name. For transferring the vehicle to the name of the legal heir, application should be given in Form 31 with the documents such as death certificate, certificate proving the right, insurance certificate, registration certificate, pollution control certificate, proof of residence and age and receipts of fee should also be submitted along with the application.

30. What is the procedure of applying for Renewal of the Registration?

            Application duly written in Form 25, the documents such as insurance certificate, pollution control certificate, registration certificate, receipts of fees, should also submitted along with the application. This application for renewal should be submitted 30 days before expiring the registration.

31. What is the procedure of applying for the Duplicate registration Certificate?

            Application duly written in Form 26, receipts of fees, No objection certificates from the company, receipts of tax paid, the copy of complaint given in the police station. Copy of the advertisement given in the newspaper indicating the loss of the original is also required.

32. How to open a savings bank account ?

How to open a savings bank account ?
Savings Bank Accounts (SB A/Cs) are intended to help customers by encouraging the habit of savings. It helps the customers keep their surplus funds with the bank and earn interest while providing the flexibility for withdrawals. SB A/Cs can be opened by an eligible individual in single name or jointly with others and by certain organizations/agencies approved by The Reserve Bank of India. The banks will identify customer on the basis of documents provided by the customer such as
(a) Proof of identity and
(b) Proof of address.
The customer has to submit the concerned application form along with Photographs.
(a) Proof of identity (any of the following with authenticated photographs there on):
Voter ID card/Passport/PAN Card/ Govt./Defense ID card/ID cards of reputed employers/Driving License
(b) Proof of current address (any of the following)
Credit Card Statement/Salary slip/Income/Wealth Tax Assessment Order/Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill/Bank account statement/Letter from reputed employer/Letter from any recognized public authority/Ration Card
In case of joint accounts, applicants who are not closely related to each other would be required to establish their identity and address independently.

The minimum balance required to be maintained in a Savings Bank Account w.e.f.01.01.2001 is as under:
Metro Urban Semi-urban Rural
1.With cheque facility Rs 1000/- Rs 1000/- Rs 1000/- Rs 500/-
2.Without cheque facility Rs 500/- Rs 500/- Rs 500/- Rs 250/-

Service charges are applicable for non-maintenance of the above mentioned minimum balance in account on the basis of average minimum balance maintained during each quarter. No operation (withdrawals/drawings) for the last 12 and 24 months render a Savings Bank Account ‘dormant’ and “inoperative” respectively.

33. How to get new electric connection?
Application form for electric connection is available in the section offices and "Friends" counter on payment of Rs.25/-. Application can also be downloaded from the website, in which case, the application fee has to be remitted in the section office while submitting application for new connection. The duly filled application along with completion certificate, duly signed by the licensed wireman, Supervisor and contractor has to be submitted to the Assistant Engineer. Service connection estimate will be prepared and intimation given to remit cash deposit and applicable service connection charges. Cash deposit and service connection charges depending on the connected load will have to be paid. On remitting cash deposit and service connection charges if any, consumer number will be allotted. To get connection under OYEC (Own Your Electrical Connection) category, OYEC charges also has to be remitted simultaneously. The waiting time may vary according to the nature of connection. Service will be effected in the fastest stream and priority will be given to the following categories.
a.Agriculture
b.Jawan
c.Physicallyhandicappedpersons
d.ScheduledCaste/ScheduledTribepersons
e.Cancerpatients
f.Freedomfighters
g.SittingMLAs/SittingMPs
h. Widows of Kargil Jawans etc.

 



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