The Tamil Nadu Village Administrative Officers Association (TNVAOA) has demanded that the state government carry out a delimitation process for revenue villages as per the size of the population and create new revenue villages.
Seventeen resolutions were passed at the state-level general body meeting of the association that took place at Kovilpalayam in the district on Sunday. State president of the association R Rajendran presided over the meeting.
The association urged the state government to construct new buildings with toilet and drinking water facilities for village administrative offices that were in dilapidated conditions.
The state government should increase the minimum educational qualification for the post of village administrative officer (VAO) from Class X to undergraduate, the association said in a resolution. The old pension scheme should be reinstated.
Around 1,000 VAOs from across the state participated in the meeting.
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