Rural Administration Class 6 Civics /Social and Political Life #Reference_Point

#Reference_Point #UPSC #IAS Class: 6th Subject: Civics Chapter: Rural Administration Topic Name: Introduction (6.1) Points covered in this video: There are more than six lakh villages in India. Taking care of their needs for water, electricity, road connections, is not…

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Class: 6th
Subject: Civics
Chapter: Rural Administration
Topic Name: Introduction (6.1)

Points covered in this video:
There are more than six lakh villages in India. Taking care of their needs for water, electricity, road connections, is not a small task. In addition to this, land records have to be maintained and conflicts too need to be dealt with. A large machinery is in place to deal with all this. In this chapter we will look at the work of two rural administrative officers in some detail.
Topic Name: Area of the Police Station
On the way to the police station one of the neighbours asked, “Why don’t we spend some more money and go to the main police station in the town?” “It is not a question of money. We can register the case only in this police station because our village comes in its area of work,” explained Mohan.
Every police station has an area that comes under its control. All persons in that area can report cases or inform the police about any theft, accident, injury, fight, etc. It is the responsibility of the police of that station to enquire, to investigate and take action on the cases within its area.
Topic Name: The Work at the Police Station
When they reached the police station Mohan went to the person in charge (Station House Officer or S.H.O.) and told him what had happened. He also said that he wanted to give the complaint in writing. The S.H.O rudely brushed him aside saying that he couldn’t be bothered to waste his time writing down minor complaints and then investigating them. Mohan showed him his injuries but the S.H.O
did not believe him. Mohan was puzzled and did not know what to do. He was not sure why his complaint was not being recorded. He went and called his neighbours into the office. They argued strongly that Mohan had been beaten up in front of them and had they not rescued him he would have been injured very seriously.
Topic Name: Maintenance of Land Records
You saw that Mohan and Raghu were arguing heatedly whether the common boundary of their fields had been shifted. Isn’t there a way by which they could have settled this dispute in a peaceful manner? Are there records that show who owns what land in the village? Let’s find out how this is done. Measuring land and keeping land records is the main work of the Patwari. The Patwari is known by different names in different states – in some villages such officers are called Lekhpal, in others Kanungo or Karamchari or Village Officer etc. We will refer to this officer as Patwari. Each Patwari is responsible for a group of villages. The Patwari maintains and updates the records of
the village.
Topic Name: A New Law
(Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005) Often when we think of farmers who own land, we think of men. Women are seen as people who work on the fields, but not as people who own agricultural land. Till recently in some states Hindu women did not get a share in the family’s agricultural land. After the death of the father his property was divided equally only among his sons. Recently, the law was changed. In the new law sons, daughters and their mothers in Hindu families can get an equal share in the land. The same law will apply to all states and union territories of the country. This law will benefit a large number of women.

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