Training programme was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Judical Academy
Jammu: A two days training programme was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Judical Academy, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir in collaboration with District Administration, Ganderbal, for the Registrars, Sub-Registars and allied staff of the district, here today.
The training programme is aimed to sensitize newly appointed Registrars and Sub-Registars in the district about the procedures and the provisions under the Registration Act 1908.
Consequent upon the repeal of the Jammu and Kashmir Registration Act 1977 and coming into force of the Registration Act 1908 (central), pursuant to the operation of the Jammu and Kashmir Re-organization Act 2019, the Government appointed different Revenue Officers of the ranks of the Deputy Commissioners, Additional Deputy Commissioners, Assistant Commissioners, Sub Divisional Magistrates as Registras and Sub-Registars for attending to the registration work under the Act.
The State Judicial Academy felt it imperative to impart orientation training to newly appointed registering authorities for sensitizing them about the procedures and provisions under the Act for the smooth functioning.
The introductory address on behalf of the Director Judicial Academy was delivered by the Principal District And Sessions Judge, Ganderbal, Mohammad Yousof Wani while the inaugural address was delivered by Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal.
Senior District and Sessions Judge gave extensive lecture to the participant officers and officials with special focus on the procedures and remedies under the Act.
The resource person also held an interactive sessions with the participants.
The district administration and the newly appointed Registering Officers lauded the efforts of the state Judicial Academy for organizing the orientation programme.