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Ryotwari System

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Ryotwari system
It Is A Revenue System
Sir Thomas Monroe – Author Of The System
Earlier System – Permanent Land Revenue System- By Cornwalis That Was A Zamindari System
Zamindars Were The Middle Men
Very Powerful
Collected Half Of The Produce
Farmers Suffered
The officials Were Very Corrupt
Practiced At : Madurai
First Introduced In Rayala Seema In Andhra Pradesh And Salem In Tamil Country

During The Governor Ship Of Sir Thomas Munroe It Was Introduced In Tamil Country.

It Was A Succuessful Venture Both For The English And The Natives.

Features Of The Ryotwari System
The English Had Direct Conduct With Ryots Or Pesants

Lands Were Measured And Graded And Then Assessed.

The Rent Was Moderate.

Land Registers Were Maintained – Giving Details About The Owner Of The Landv the Type Of Land The Mode Of Payment, The Duration Of Payment Etc. Registers Were Kept In The District Cutcheries.

Pattas Were Gratnted To The Ryots.

Pattas Provided Details Such As –

The Owner Of The Land,

The Nature Of The Land,

Size Of The Land,

The Survey Number And

The Amount Of Payment To Be Paid By The Farmer

Reforms After 1857…

Field Maps And Taluq maps And Land Registers Were Maintained In The District Office. Lot Of Facilities Were Done To The Ryots.
They Had The Right To Complain About The Tax Collectors When Over Assessed The Land. They Could Go To Zilla Court To File The Suit Against The Officials Bad Weather And Poor Soil Could Claim Some Exemptions From Rent Moderate Approach Was Shown Towards The Ryots.

The English Were Very Sure About The Amount Of Payment

Advantages

The English Officials Were In Direct Touch With The Native Population

There Was A Chance For Learning The Customs Of The Natives By The English.

There Was No Middle Man....

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