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CHAPTER IVRECOGNITION OF TEACHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS


14.Recognition of institutions offering course or training in teachereducation.

 

14. Recognition of institutions offering course or training in teacher education. (1) Every institution offering or intending to offer a course or training in teacher education on or after the appointed day, may, for grant of recognition under this Act, make an application to the Regional Committee concerned in such form and in such manner as may be determined by regulations:

Provided that an institution offering a course or training in teacher education immediately before the appointed day, shall be entitled to continue such course or training for a period of six months, if it has made an application for recognition within the said period and until the disposal of the application by the Regional
Committee.

(2) The fee to be paid along with the application under sub-
section (1) shall be such as may be prescribed.

(3) On receipt of an application by the Regional Committee from any institution under sub-section (1), and after obtaining from the institution concerned such other particulars as it may consider necessary, it shall,-

(a) if it is satisfied that such institution has adequate financial resources, accommodation, library, qualified staff, laboratory and that it fulfils such other conditions required for proper functioning of the institution for a course or training in teacher education, as may be determined by regulations, pass an order granting recognition to such institution, subject to such conditions as may be determined by regulations; or

(b) if it is of the opinion that such institution does not fulfil the requirements laid down in sub-clause (a), pass an order refusing recognition to such institution for reasons to be recorded in writing:

Provided that before passing an order under sub-clause (b), the
Regional Committee shall provide a reasonable opportunity to the concerned institution for making a written representation.

(4) Every order granting or refusing recognition to an institution for a course or training in teacher education under sub-
section (3) shall be published in the Official Gazette and communicated in writing for appropriate action to such institution and to the concerned examining body, the local authority or the State
Government and the Central Government.

(5) Every institution, in respect of which recognition has been refused shall discontinue the course or training in teacher education from the end of the academic session next following the date of receipt of the order refusing recognition passed under clause (b) of sub-section (3).

9.(6) Every examining body shall, on receipt of the order under sub-section (4),–

(a) grant affiliation, to the institution, where recognition has been granted; or

(b) cancel the affiliation of the institution, where recognition has been refused.

15.Permission for a new course or training by recognised institution.

15.Permission for a new course or training by recognised institution. (1) Where any recognised institution intends to start any new course or training in teacher education, it may make an application to seek permission therefor to the Regional Committee concerned in such form and in such manner as may be determined by regulations.

(2) The fees to be paid along with the application under sub-
section (1) shall be such as may be prescribed.

(3) On receipt of an application from an institution under sub-
section (1), and after obtaining from the recognised institution such other particulars as may be considered necessary, the Regional
Committee shall,–

(a) if it is satisfied that such recognised institution has adequate financial resources, accommodation, library, qualified staff, laboratory, and that it fulfils such other conditions required for proper conduct of the new course or training in teacher education, as may be determined by regulations, pass an order granting permission, subject to such conditions as may be determined by regulation; or

(b) if it is of the opinion that such institution does not fulfil the requirements laid down in sub-clause (a), pass an order refusing permission to such institution, for reasons to be recorded in writing:

Provided that before passing an order refusing permission under sub-clause (b), the Regional Committee shall provide a reasonable opportunity to the institution concerned for making a written representation.

(4) Every order granting or refusing permission to a recognised institution for a new course or training in teacher education under sub-section (3), shall be published in the Official Gazette and communicated in writing for appropriate action to such recognised institution and to the concerned examining body, the local authority, the State Government and the Central Government.

16.Affiliating body to grant affiliation after recognition or permissionby the
Council.

16. Affiliating body to grant affiliation after recognition or permission by the Council. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, no examining body shall, on or after the appointed day,-

(a) grant affiliation, whether provisional or otherwise, to any institution; or

(b) hold examination, whether provisional or otherwise, for a course or training conducted by a recognised institution,

unless the institution concerned has obtained recognition from the
Regional Committee concerned, under section 14 or permission for a course or training under section 15.10.17.Contravention of provisions of the Act and consequences thereof.

17. Contravention of provisions of the Act and consequences thereof. (1) Where the Regional Committee is, on its own motion or on any representation received from any person, satisfied that a recognised institution has contravened any of the provisions of this
Act, or the rules, regulations, orders made or issued thereunder, or any condition subject to which recognition under sub-section (3) of section 14 or permission under sub-section (3) of section 15 was granted, it may withdraw recognition of such recognised institution, for reasons to be recorded in writing:

Provided that no such order against the recognised institution shall be passed unless a reasonable opportunity of making representation against the proposed order has been given to such recognised institution:

Provided further that the order. withdrawing or refusing recognition passed by the Regional Committee shall come into force only with effect from the end of the academic session next following the date of communication of such order.

(2) A copy of every order passed by the Regional Committee under sub-section (1),–

(a) shall be communicated to the recognised institution concerned and a copy thereof shall also be forwarded simultaneously to the University or the examining body to which such institution was affiliated for cancelling affiliation; and

(b) shall be published in the Official Gazette for general information.

(3) Once the recognition of a recognised institution is withdrawn under sub-section (1), such institution shall discontinue the course or training in teacher education, and the concerned
University or the examining body shall cancel affiliation of the institution in accordance with the order passed under sub-section (1), with effect from the end of the academic session next following the date of communication of the said order.

(4) If an institution offers any course or training in teacher education after the coming into force of the order withdrawing recognition under sub-section (1), or where an institution offering a course or training in teacher education immediately before the appointed day fails or neglects to obtain recognition or permission under this Act, the qualification in teacher education obtained pursuant to such course or training or after undertaking a course or training in such institution, shall not be treated as a valid qualification for purposes of employment under the Central Government, any State Government or University or in any school, college or other educational body aided by the Central Government or any State
Government.

18.Appeals.

18. Appeals. (1) Any person aggrieved by an order made under section 14 or section 15 or section 17 of the Act may prefer an appeal to the council within such period as may be prescribed.

(2) No appeal shall be admitted if it is preferred after the expiry of the period prescribed therefor:

Provided that an appeal may be admitted after the expiry of the period prescribed therefor, if the appellant satisfies the Council that he

11.had sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal within the prescribed period.

(3) Every appeal made under this section shall be made in such form and shall be accompanied by a copy of the order appealed against and by such fees as may be prescribed.

(4) The procedure for disposing of an appeal shall be such as may be prescribed:

Provided that before disallowing an appeal, the appellant shall be given a reasonable opportunity to represent its case.

(5) The Council may confirm or reverse the order appealed against.

CHAPTER V
BODIES OF THE COUNCIL

19.Executive Committee. (1) The Council shall constitute a
Committee, called the Executive Committee for dscharging such functions as may be assigned to it by the Council or as may be determined by regulations.

(2) The Executive Committee shall consist of the following mem-
bers, namely:-

(a) the Chairperson;

(b) the Vice-Chairperson;

(c) the Member-Secretary;

(d) the Secretary to the Government of India in the
Department dealing with Education, ex officio;

(e) the Secretary, University Grants Commission, ex officio;

(f) the Director, National Council of Educational Research and Training, ex officio;

(g) the Financial Adviser to the Government of India in the
Department dealing with Education, ex officio;

(h) four experts in teacher education to be nominated by the Central Government;

(i) four State representatives to be nominated by the
Central Government in such manner as may be prescribed,

(j) the Chairpersons of the Regional Committees.

(3) The Chairperson and the Member-Secretary of the Council shall respectively, function as the Chairperson and the Member-Secre-
tary of the Executive Committee.

(4) The Chairperson or in his absence, the Vice-Chairperson of the Council shall preside at the meetings of the Executive Committee and in the absence of both the Chairperson and the Vice-Chairperson, any other member chosen by the members present at the meeting shall preside at the meeting.

12.(5) The quorum necessary for the transaction of business at the meetings of the Executive Committee shall be as laid down by regu-
lations.

(6) The Executive Committee may co-opt, in such manner and for such purposes, as may be determined by regulations, not more than two persons whose assistance and advice it may desire in carrying out any of the functions assigned to the Executive Committee:

Provided that the persons co-opted by the Executive Committee for any purpose shall have a right to take part in the discussions relevant to that purpose, but shall not have a right to vote at a meeting of the Executive Committee, and shall not be a member for any other purpose.

(7) The Council may, if it considers necessary, establish such other committees, for such specific purpose, as it may deem fit.

20.Regional Committees.

20. Regional Committees. (1) The Council shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, establish the following Regional Committees, namely:-

(i)the Eastern Regional Committee;

(ii) the Western Regional Committee;

(iii) the Northern Regional Committee; and

(iv) the Southern Regional Committee.

(2) The Council may, if it considers necessary, establish with the approval of the Central Government, such other Regional Committees as it may deem fit.

(3) The Regional Committee shall consist of the following members, namely:

(a) a Member to be nominated by the Council;

(b) one representative from each of the States and the
Union territories of the region, to be nominated by the respective States and the Union territories;

(c) such number of persons, having special knowledge and experience in matters relating to teacher education, as may be determined by regulations.

(4) The Council shall nominate one of the members of the concerned Regional Committee to function as the Chairperson of the said Committee.

(5) The term of office of the members referred to in clause (c)
and the allowances payable to such members shall be such as may be determined by regulations.

(6) The Regional Committee shall, in addition to its functions under sections 14, 15 and 17, perform such other functions, as may be assigned to it by the Council or as may be determined by regulations.

(7) The functions of, the procedure to be followed by, the territorial jurisdiction of, and the manner of filling casual vacancies among members of, a Regional Committee shall be such as may be, determined by regulations.

13.21.Power to terminate the Regional Committee.

21. Power to terminate the Regional Committee. (1) If the
Council is of the opinion that a Regional Committee is unable to perform, or has persistently made default in the performance of the duties imposed on it by or under this Act or has exceeded or abused its powers, or has wilfully or without sufficient cause, failed to comply with any direction issued by the Council for carrying out the provisions of this Act, the Council may, by notification in the
Official Gazette, terminate forthwith the Regional Committee.

(2) Upon the publication of a notification under sub-section
(1),-

(a) all members of the Regional Committee shall, notwithstanding that their term of office had not expired, as from the date of the termination, vacate their office as such members; and

(b) all the powers and duties which may, by or under the provisions of this Act, be exercised or performed by or on behalf of the Regional Committee shall, during the period when the term of office of its members stand terminated, be exercised and performed by such person or persons as the
Council may direct.

(3) The Council at any time after publication of a notification under sub-section (2) re-constitute the Regional Committee in the manner provided in sub-section (3) of section 20:

Provided that it shall be competent for the Council to appoint any person, who was a member of a Regional Committee which was termi-
nated, as a member of the re-constituted Regional Committee,

CHAPTER VI
FINANCE, ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT

22. Payment to the Council. The Central Government may, after due appropriation made by Parliament by law in this behalf, pay to the
Council in each financial year such sums as may be considered necessary for the performance of the functions of the Council under this Act.

23.Fund of the Council.

23. Fund of the Council. (1) The Council shall have its own fund and all sums which may, from time to time, be paid to it by the
Central Government or a State Government and all the receipts of the
Council, including any sum which any other authority or person in
India or abroad may pay to the Council, shall be credited to the fund and all payments by the Council shall be made therefrom.

(2) All moneys belonging to the fund shall be deposited in such banks or invested in such manner as may be decided by the Council.

(3) The Council may spend such sums as it thinks fit for performing its functions under this Act, and such sums shall be treated as expenditure payable out of the fund of the Council.

24.Budget of the Council.

24. Budget of the Council. The Council shall prepare, in such form and at such time each year as may be prescribed, a budget in respect of the financial year next ensuing, showing the estimated receipts and expenditure, and copies thereof shall be forwarded to the
Central Government.

14.25.Annual report.

25. Annual report. The Council shall prepare once every year, in such form and at such time as may be prescribed, an annual report giving a true and full account of its activities during the previous year and copies thereof shall be forwarded to the Central Government and that Government shall cause the same to be laid before both
Houses of Parliament.

26.Accounts and audit.

26. Accounts and audit. (1) The Council shall cause to be maintained such books of account in such form and in such manner as the Central Government may, in consultation with the Comptroller and
Auditor-General of India, prescribe.

(2) The Council shall, as soon as may be after closing its annual accounts, prepare a statement of accounts such form and forward the same to the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India by such date as the Central Government may, in consultation with the Comptroller and
Auditor-General, determine.

(3) The accounts of the Council shall be audited by the
Comptroller, and Auditor-General of India at such times and in such manner as he thinks fit.

(4) The accounts of the Council as certified by the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India or any other person appointed by him in this behalf, together with the audit report thereon shall be forwarded annually to the Central Government and that Government shall cause the same to be laid before both Houses of Parliament.

CHAPTER VII
MISCELLANEOUS

26. Prior approval of the Central Government for alienation of property.- The Foundation shall not, except with the previous approval of the Central Government, sell or otherwise dispose of any property vested in the Foundation.

27.Power of Central Government to give directions to the Foundation.

27. Power of Central Government to give directions to the
Foundation.- (1) the Central Government may, if it is satisfied that it is necessary so to do in the public interest, issue, for reasons to be recorded and communicated to the Foundation, such directions as it thinks fit.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing powers, such directions may include directions requiring the Foundation-

(a) to make or amend any regulation within such period as may be specified in the direction; and

(b) to give priority to the work undertaken or to be undertaken by the Foundation in such manner as the Central
Government may think fit to specify in this behalf.

(3) Any direction issued under this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force or in the memorandum or regulations of the Kalakshetra Society.

28.Dissolution of the Foundation.

28. Dissolution of the Foundation.- (1) The Central Government may, by notification and for reasons to be specified therein, dissolve, the Foundation from such date and for such period as may be specified in the notification:

Provided that before issuing any such notification, the Central
Government shall give a reasonable opportunity to the Foundation to make representation against the proposed dissolution.

(2) When the, Foundation is dissolved under sub-section (1),-

(a) all members of the Governing Board, Academic Committee and the Finance Committee, notwithstanding that the terms of their office had not expired, shall, from the date of dissolution, vacate their offices as such members;

(b) all powers and duties of the Governing Board, Academic
Committee and the Finance Committee shall, during the period of dissolution, be exercised and performed by such person or persons as the Central Government may appoint in this behalf;

(c) all properties and assets vested in the Foundation shall, during the period of dissolution, vest in the Central
Government; and

(d) as soon as the period of dissolution expires, the
Foundation shall be reconstituted in accordance with the, provisions of this Act

29.Protection of action taken in good faith.

29. Protection of action taken in good faith.- No suit prosecution or other legal proceeding shall lie against the Central
Government or any officer of that Government or the Foundation or
Member or Director or any officer of the Foundation for anything which is in good faith done or intended to be done under this Act.

11.30.

Indemnity.

30. Indemnity.- Every Member of the Governing Board, Academic
Committee and the Finance Committee and the Director of the Foundation shall be indemnified by the Foundation against all losses and expenses incurred by them in relation to the discharge of their duties, except such as are caused by their wilful act or default.

31.Power to make rules.

31. Power to make rules. (1) The Central Government may, by notification, make rules for carrying out the provisions of this Act.

(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:-

(a) the allowances to the Members under sub-section (5) of section 12;

(b) the powers which the Governing Board shall exercise and the functions which it shall discharge under sub-section (2)
of section 14;

(c) functions to be performed by the Finance Committee, under clause (iv) of section 18;

(d) the salary and allowances and other terms and conditions of service of the Director under sub-section
(3) of section 19;

(e) the form and the manner in which the budget is to be prepared by the Governing Board under section 23;

(f) the form and the manner in which, and the time at which, the returns, statements and the annual report shall be prepared under section 25;

(g) any other matter which has to be, or may be, prescribed.

32.Power to make regulations.

32. Power to make regulations.- (1) The Foundation may make thereunder, for enabling it to discharge its functions under this
Act:

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such regulations may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:-

(a) the management of the properties and funds, affairs and works of the Foundation;

(b) the procedure in regard to transaction of business of the regard to transaction of business of the Governing Board
Academic Committee (including quorum at their meetings) the transaction of business of the Finance Committee under sub-
section (3) of section 13, sub-section (3) of section 15 and sub-section (2) of section 17;

(c) creation or abolition of posts and the procedure for appointment of the professional, administrative and ministerial staff;

(d) the tenure of office and other terms and conditions of the members of the Academic Committee under sub-section (2)
of section 15; and

12.(e) the maintenance of accounts, registers and other records of the Foundation.

(3) No regulation made by the Foundation shall have effect until it has been approved by the Central Government and published in the
Official Gazette, and the Central Government, in approving the regula-
tion, may make changes therein which appear to it to be necessary.

33.Rules and regulations to be laid before Parliament.

33. Rules and regulations to be laid before Parliament.- Every rule and every regulation made under this Act shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before each House of Parliament, while it is in session for a total period of thirty days which may be, compri-
sed in one session or in two or more successive sessions, and if, be-
fore the expiry of the session immediately following the session or the successive sessions aforesaid, both Houses agree in making any modification in the rule or regulation, or both Houses agree that the rule or regulation, should not be made, the rule or regulation shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as the case may be; so, however, that any such modification or annulment shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under that rule or regulation.

34.Power to remove difficulties.

34. Power to remove difficulties.- (1) If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of this Act, the Central Government may, by order, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, remove the difficulty:

Provided that no such order shall be made after the expiry of a period of two years, from the commencement of this Act.

(2) Every order made under this section shall be laid a soon as may be after it is made, before each House of Parliament.

35.Repeal and saving.

35. Repeal and saving.- (1) The Kalakshetra Foundation Ordinance,
1993 (Ord. 31 of 1993.) is hereby repealed.

(2) Notwithstanding such repeal, anything done or any action taken under the Ordinance so repealed, shall be deemed to have been done or taken under the corresponding provisions of this Act.

13.SCHE

(See clause (d) of section 3)

THE FIRST SCHEDULE

(See clause (d) Of section 3)

1. Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts.

2. Craft Education and Research Centre consisting of:-

(i) a Weaving Department, and

(ii) a Kalamkari unit.

3. Besant Arundale Theosophical Senior Secondary School.

4. Besant Theosophical High School.

5. Besant Cultural Centre Hostel.

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SCHE

(See section 4)

THE SECOND SCHEDULE

(See section 4)

PART A

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Sl.No. Document No. Date Village Taluk District

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1. 1541 16-8-49 Thiruvan- Saidapet Chinglepet

2. 1542 16-8-49 Do. Do. Do.

3. 1543 16-8-49 Do. Do. Do.

4. 768 12-5-54 Do. Do. Do.

(In rectification of Sl. No. 3)

5. 1544 16-8-49 Do. Do. Do.

6. 1605 25-8-49 Do. Do. Do.

7 1960 13-10-49 Do. Do. Do.

8. 1984 15-10-49 Do. Do. Do.

9. 1324 26-11-49 Do. Do. Do.

10. 1324 26-11-49 Do. Do. Do.

11. 2752 11-12-50 Do. Do. Do.

12. 2759 21-12-50 Do. Do. Do.

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Surevy No. Paimash No. Extent
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.. 1225/A 0-3-8.1228 1-8-4.———
1-11-12 Cawnies

.. 1227/E 0-9-0 Cawnies
0-75 Cents

.. .. 0-3-12.0-6-2… 1219 0-3-12.1224 0-6-2… 947-C 0-11-0
1226-C 0-6-0
1226-D 0-12-0
——–
1-13-0

.. 1228-B 0-6-10 Cawnies
1226 A
1226 C/1 0-55 Cents

.. 1227/D 0-3-12 Cawnies

.. 1227/F 0-5-8 Cawnies

O.S.NO.327 House and Ground
R.S.NO.528 No.18, Andiappa 1491 Sq. ft.
Gramani Street, Royapuram-13… 1229/C 0-10-0 Cawnies
1 acre 14 Cents

.. 1219/A-3 0-3-12 Cawnies
1224/D 55 Cents

.. 1219 0-3-12 Cawnies
-50 Cents
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14.———————————————————————–
Sl. Document Date Village Taluk District
No. No.
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13. 1865 2-9-52 Thiruvanmiyur Saidapet Chinglepet

14. 621 27-3-59 Do. Do. Do.

15. 769 12-5-54 Do. Do. Do.

16. 2068 24-8-56 Do. Do. Do.

17. 2151 3-9-56 Do. Do. Do.

18. 863 April, 1960 Do. Do. Do.

19. 291 6-2-63 Do. Do. Do.

20. 754 22-3-63 Do. Do. Do.

21. 1481 April, 1968 Do. Do. Do.

22. 1482 April, 1968 Do. Do. Do.

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Surevy No. Paimash No. Extent
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1-8-4.———
1-11-12.-1 acre 98 cents.

972 5-7-0
961-C/1 0-3-4.961-D 0-9-10.964 2-5-2.———-
9-0-0 Cawnies
-12 acres

1224 50 Cents

-2 acres 66 Cents

158/1 882-B
882-D
886-D
957-A
958-A
963-A
964.986-C
964 Part

170/1 964 Part
975 C P 21 acres 6 cents

170/3 975 J
973 A
973 A 1.973 A 2.975 C Part
975 G
975 H
975-I
975 M
975 G
975 H 2.975 K

166/2 957-B 22 acres
962 approximately
963-B
966.968-C

161/2 857 27 acres 74 cents
882-C(Part) approximately
877-A
940
941.942.955-A
965.961 H

178/3(Part) 1212 4 grounds
178/8 1214 1948 Sq. ft.
1184.1185.1220.178/3 Do. 8 grounds
178/8 96 Sq. ft.

All the buildings on the above lands, institutions, all assets whatsoever including Bank balances and cash of the Kalakshetra.

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15.———————————————————————-

Sl. Document Year Village Taluk District
No. No.
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1. 448 1881 Thiruvanmiyur Saidapet Chinglepet

2. 1224 1908 Do. Do. Do.

3. 2382 1913 Do. Do. Do.

4. 2559 1913 Do. Do. Do.

5. 4544 1919 Do. Do. Do.

6. 2642 1920 Do. Do. Do.

7. 1325 1927 Do. Do. Do.

8. 1966 1940 Do. Do. Do.

9. 2056 1941 Do. Do. Do.

10. 2194 1941 Do. Do. Do.

11. 532 1943 Do. Do. Do.

12. 1471 1943 Do. Do. Do.

13. 1380 1937 Do. Do. Do.

14. 1381 1937 Do. Do. Do.

15. 1032 1945 Do. Do. Do.

16. 1744 1929.(Parent document of Item 15)

17. 1134 1954 Do. Do. Do.

18. 1224 1945 Do. Do. Do.

19. 1268 1945 Do. Do. Do.

20. 1598 1945 Do. Do. Do.

21. 1941 1945 Do. Do. Do.

22. 1942 1945 Do. Do. Do.

23. 1988 1945 Do. Do. Do.

24. 353 1947 Do. Do. Do.

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Survey No. Paimash No. Extent

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.. 977,1212,1213, 15-7-4 Cawnies
1214, 1215, 1216,
1217, 1218, 1219, and 1221… 968C 2-0-8 Cawnies

.. 967,968C 2-0-8 Cawnies

.. 967,968 2-0-8 Cawnies

.. 532D,533,534 3-7-8 Cawnies

.. 967,968,968C 4-1-0 Cawnies

.. 533,534,532 3-7-8 Cawnies

.. 976A,971B 2-2-0 Cawnies

.. 984 0-4-6 Cawnies

.. 984 0-4-6 Cawnies

.. 976A,971B 2-2-0 Cawnies

.. 976A,971B 6-2-0 Cawnies

.. 191 1-4-0 Cawnies

.. 191 1-4-0 Cawnies

.. 532,534 3-7-8 Cawnies

.. 984, 0-4-6 Cawnies

.. 984 0-4-6 Cawnies

.. 971B,976A 6-2-0 Cawnies

.. 970B,970D 2-8-0 Cawnies

.. 976,968,968C 4-1-0 Cawnies

.. 1226A/1 0-5-15 Cawnies

1226B/1… 1226B/2 0-15-13 Cawnies

.. 976B,979A 2-6-0 Cawnies

.. 976A/1 3-0-0 Cawnies

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16.———————————————————————
Sl. Document Year Village Taluk District
No. No.
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25. 2275 1947 Thiruvanmiyur Saidapet Chinglepet

26. 3776 1947 Do. Do. Do.

27. 3777 1947 Do. Do. Do.

28 Sowcarpet, Registration Do.
District of Madras

North Madras Madras Do.

29 1606 1950 Thiruvanmiyur Saidapet Do.

30 909 1961 Do. Do. Do.

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Survey No. Paimash No. Extent
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O.S.No. 267 0-5-12.268 0-15-6.269 3-10-2.270 0-0-12 0-0-12.270A 2-4-0 1-4-0
271 1-4-0 1-4-0
278 1-0-0 4-15-0
279 1-0-0 0-3-0

1226, 1226A, 0-1-12.1226B, 967, 0-5-13 2-1-10.968A, 968C, 0-5-9 2-9-0
970B, 970D, 0-0-6 0-2-0
971B, 976A, 1-10-4 2-4-0
532D, 533 , 0-5-10.979A 2-0-8.1218A, 1218B, 6-6-10 Cawnies
1212, 1213, 1215,
1216, 1221.1216, 1214A, 3-9-6 Cawnies
1217, 1218A,
1219B,

(O.S.No. 695, 742) House No. 2/500 1,397 Sq. ft.
Mint Street,
10168/2 and 10170 G.T.Ms.

1219B

500 3 Grounds
1,270 sq. ft.

All the buildings on the above lands, institutions, and all the assets whatsoever including Bank balances and cash of the Kalakshetra and
Besant Centenary Trust/Hostel in the City of Madras.


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