Who is the head of a tehsil?

A tehsildar is the head of a tehsil.

A tehsildar is a revenue officer who is accompanied with revenue inspectors. He plays a major role in rural administration. The Tehsildar’s office is where land disputes are also discussed.

Following are the major roles played by the tehsildar

1. Collecting land revenue
2. Providing caste certificates to the students
3. Keeping a track of the work done by the Patwari
4. Making sure that land records are kept safety

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