Registration



Birth and Death Registration

Why Registration

As per section 8, 9 and 21 of Registration of Births & Deaths Act 1969 it is mandatory that every birth and death taking place anywhere in India must be registered with the Registrars appointed by the respective State Governments under the ambit of this law for the purpose.

Penalty

Failure to comply the directives mentioned above is liable to be punished in accordance with the section 23 of the Registration of Births & Deaths 1969.

Where to Register

For all the births and deaths taking place within the Cantonment, the registration shall be done by the Chief Executive Officer, who is ex-officio registrar for the purpose of the Registration Act 1969.

 

Who is responsible for giving the information to the Registrar -

Though the information regarding births and deaths taking place anywhere in the Cantonment can be submitted to the Registrar by anybody but the responsibility to give the information rests with the following, in case of,

  • Residential or non-residential house – Head of the house or house-hold.
  • Hospitals / health centers / nursing homes etc. – Medical Officer-in-Charge.
  • Jail – Jailor-in-Charge.
  • Hostels / Dharamshalas etc. – Person in-charge.
  • Village – Village headman.
  • Elsewhere – In-charge of local police station.


Disclaimer
While all efforts have been made to make the contents of this website as authentic as possible, Fatehgarh Cantt will not be responsible for any loss to any person caused by any shortcoming, defect or inaccuracy in the information available on Website. Any discrepancy found may be brought to the notice of the IT section of Fatehgarh Cantonment Board.