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Every Birth is to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence in the prescribed reporting forms. The persons required to register Birth are:
When the Birth has taken place in a house: Head of the house or nearest relative of the head of the House or oldest person in the family
When the Birth has taken place outside the house:
In a Hospital/Health Centre, Maternity Home or other like institutions: Medical Officer Incharge or any officer authorised by him
In a Jail: Jail Incharge
In a Hospital, Dharmshala, Boarding House: Person Incharge
In a Moving Vehicle: Person Incharge of the Vehicle
Found deserted in a public place: Incharge of the local police station
Birth Certificates in Khammam are issued by the Khammam Municipal Corporation, within 5 days from the date of receipt of application from the applicant, provided the birth has already been registered.
(under section 7 of RBD Act 1969)
The Health Officer is designated as Registrar of Births & Deaths. The Health Assistants have been designated as Sub-Registrars.
a. Domiciliary Cases
Registration of Births occurring at home in an urban area is being done by the Sub-Registrar as per the Information given by the head of the house in writing.
b. Other Cases
Registration of Birth occurring in a hospital, nursing home and for other cases is being done at the office of the Khammam Municipal Corporation as per information furnished by the institutions.
c. Case of Moving Vehicle:
Birth occurring in a moving vehicle the place of Birth will be the first place of halt of the vehicle.
Application on a prescribed format
Proof of Birth of the person in respect of whom the certificate is required
Affidavit specifying place, date and time of birth/death of the person. (if required)
Copy of Ration Card
School leaving certificate, if any, showing date of birth (in the case of birth certificate only)
All documents to be attested by a Gazetted Officer
Criteria Used for Non – Availability
If any particular event of Birth or Death is not found registered a Non – Availability certificate in Form no: 10 will be issued.
After receiving the completed application, a draft order is made and sent to the concerned police station for verification. (However, no such verification is required where a birth certificate is requested to be issued on the basis of a school leaving certificate or secondary school certificate showing the date of birth and ration card or voter card towards address proof.)
After receiving the positive verification report from the police station, an order is issued to the KMC for Non – Availability certificate.
Fee for obtaining the copies of certificate
Rs.100/- for first copy and Rs.50/- for each extra copy.
Rule for registering after due date
There is a prescribed rule and fee structure for late registration and submission of required documents, and permission from a competent authority has to be obtained.
Documents to produce for late registration
(under section 13 of RBD Act 1969)
A birth can be registered after 21 days but before 30 days of occurrence on payment of late fee.
A birth can be registered after 30 days but before 1 year of occurrence after obtaining written permission from the Registrar and on payment of late fee.
A birth can be registered after 1 year of occurrence after obtaining an order from the Area Magistrate (i.e. SDM of the first class or a Presidency Magistrate) and on payment of late fee.
Fee structure for registration
Registration within a period of 21 days of occurrence – No fees
Registration after 21 days but before 30 days of occurrence – Rs.100/-
Registration after 30 days but before 1 year of occurrence – Rs.200/-
Registration after 1 year of occurrence – Rs.200/- (For RDO proceedings)
Addition of the name of the child in Birth record (under section 14)
Within 1 year of the birth of Child, the parents should give information regarding the name of the child to the Sub-Registrar either orally or in writing.
After 1 year but within 15 years, the same can be added on payment of late fee Rs.100/- and submission of an application form.