Madras Assembly lauds Kerala’s
Kerala government decides to standardize
service conditions of employees of PWD/Electricity Board.
Committee to inquire about the farmlands
in Kuthali estates.
• Bonus for the workers at Kundara due to the timely
intervention of T. V .Thomas.
• Central government lends more
money for Kerala’s water supply.
• “Kerala will get about
25000 tons of rice every month,” K.C. George unveils
decision taken on southern division conference.
• “Rice supply to Kerala
depot cannot be hiked,” says Cabinet Minister for
• “Payment of NGOs hiked
and sales tax on milk & ghee food products taken away,”
says E.M.S. at a press conference.
• Land Reforms Bill ready to
be enacted. Central government recommends no amendment
to University Bill.
• Fee concession to backward
classes, also be given after matriculation.
• Debt relief for farmers. Measures
taken to institute this law in Malabar. The debts have
to be paid back in 10 equal installments by 5 years.
• No fees for fourth forum students
with casual income less then Rs. 1200 -Government order.
A new approach to education sector
- Kerala government’s Education Bill published.
• Government takes no policy
for the nationalization of education.
• Government orders to buy soaps
and cod-liver oil made in government factories.
A compromise on the wages of rubber
workers as Rs. 1.11.
• Valapattanom river valley project,
a multipurpose project aiming at irrigation, electricity
generation, water transport to get implemented.
• Government decides to take
over the management of private forest for 5 years. Kerala
government publishes the Forest Bill.
• Kerala Assembly reconvened
• Action to wipe off master-
servant relationship in education sector-Education Minister
releases an explanatory note.
• Committee to probe on the minimum
wages of workers in cardamom estates.
• Discussions on Education Bill.
• Committee to draw the boundary
of reserve forest.
• New health centers at Malabar-
decision made in the conference of Health Minister and
• Government press release banned
demonstrations on the premises of Assembly.
• Government inquiries about
the prohibition of intoxicating liquors.
• Agriculture Income Tax Bill
• A new cable factory to be started
• The assembly passed the request
for grant of tax collection.
• Reservation of seats in university.
• Government restructures the
• “Requests for grant are
passed,” says C.Achuthamenon.
Assembly passes request for grant to
counter flood devastation.
• Minister hints at the amendments
in the Education Bill.
• Mid-day meals for students
– Education Minister at Assembly.
• Sub requests for grants have
been passed in Kerala Assembly’s fifth day
• Rice supply in Kozhikode Taluk.
• Government appoints Planning
• The Bill taking away the upsurge
in sales tax of the textiles passed.
• Kerala Assembly had a question
hour on the objectives of the promotion of police officers.
• Deliberation on Money Transaction
• Surveys on Kerala’s lignite
and mica deposits - Minister for Industries.
• “No ban on intoxicating
liquors to be enacted,” says Revenue Minister. The
publishing of Land Reforms Bill will be delayed.
• Government to implement law
on debt relief.
• Process servers will not be
dismissed- Kerala government notification.
Education bill send to Select Committee.
Measures against encroachment of government land will
be taken,” says Chief Minister
• Government to make laws to
help farmers. Central government not against Education
Bill-talk in Assembly.
• A new bill to amend Stay of
• Revenue Minister speaks about
basic land tax.
• Government discusses unified
sales tax law.
• Assembly passes three bills.
Government policy is to nationalize forest.
• Government decided to hinder
all police actions against public.
• Amendments on University bill
by Select Committee published.
• Aided primary teachers federation
of Kerala expresses solidarity to education bill
Amendments made to agricultural income
tax. New tax rate for companies in accordance with the
Select Committee report.
Kerala Assembly called off.
State Planning Advisory Board conference-
A sub Committee is instituted to submit memorandum to
‘Kerala needs more economic back
up’- State Planning Board decides to ask for more
grants from Centre.
• “Kerala government is
not borrowing money from open market this year,”
says Finance Minister.
• Government decides to build
harijan hostels at Kasargod & Hosdurg and a harijan
• Government takes immediate
action for disaster management.
• Tobacco Research Institute
at Pallikara-Government conducts a primary inquiry.