Survey Department

11 E Sketch, Alienation Sketch, Tatkal Podi, Darkasth Podi, Boundary Fixing (Hadbust), Survey Records Amendment (Thidupadi)

Revenue Department
Revenue Department

Income Certificate, Caste Certificate, EWS Certificate, Domicile Certificate, Family Tree, Khata Transfer, Solvency Certificate

Contractor License

PWD Contractor License, ZP Contractor License, BBMP Contractor License, CPWD Contractor License, Electrical Contractor License, Forest Contractor License


E Tendering,
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC),
E Procurement Registration & Training


GST Registration
GST Filing
GST Amendment
GST Notice Reply
GST Cancellation

Citizen Services

Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Ration Card, Passport, Aysuhman Card, Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate


EPF Withdrawal, EPF Transfer, EPF KYC, EPF Advance, EPF ESI Registration, Exempted PF Trust


E- Aasthi, Khata Transfer, Trade License, Building Plan Approval, Tree Cutting, Road Cutting, Advertisement Permission

Government office work refers to the various tasks and responsibilities carried out within the administrative departments of a government organization. These offices are responsible for implementing and enforcing government policies, providing public services, and managing administrative functions.

Some common examples of government office work include:

  1. Policy development and implementation: Government officials and staff work on formulating new policies, regulations, and laws based on the needs and priorities of the government. They also ensure the effective implementation of these policies.
  2. Administrative tasks: Government offices handle a wide range of administrative tasks, such as record-keeping, data management, filing, document preparation, and managing correspondence. These tasks are essential for the smooth functioning of the office.
  3. Public service delivery: Government offices provide various services to the public, such as issuing identification documents (passports, driver’s licenses), collecting taxes, providing welfare benefits, and handling citizen inquiries and complaints.
  4. Budgeting and financial management: Government offices are responsible for managing budgets, allocating funds, and monitoring financial resources. This involves preparing budget proposals, tracking expenditures, and ensuring compliance with financial regulations.
  5. Human resources management: Government offices handle the recruitment, hiring, and management of employees. This includes conducting interviews, processing payroll, managing employee benefits, and addressing workplace issues.
  6. Research and analysis: Government officials and staff may conduct research and analysis to support policy development and decision-making. They gather data, perform studies, and generate reports to provide valuable insights and recommendations.
  7. Legal and regulatory compliance: Government offices ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. They may oversee licensing, permits, inspections, and enforcement activities to uphold standards and regulations set by the government.
  8. Interagency coordination: Government offices often collaborate with other departments and agencies to achieve common objectives. This involves coordination, information sharing, and joint efforts to address complex issues and promote effective governance.

It’s important to note that the specific tasks and responsibilities can vary depending on the level of government (local, regional, national) and the specific department or agency involved.

Disclaimer : – We at is an online portal on latest Government Rules, Regulations, Orders & Circulars. It is established to bring Awareness to General Public. It helps Public to know about Departmental Procedures in various Government Offices. The information contained in this website, is for general information purpose only. It is not an Official Government Website. And is not related to any Government Department.