- Every worker shall be a habitual wearer of Khadi made from self-spun yarn or certified by the A-I.S.A. and must be a teetotaller. If a Hindu, he must have abjured untouchability in any shape or form in his own person or in his family, and must be a believer in the ideal of inter-communal unity, equal respect and regard for all religions, and equality of opportunity and status for all irrespective of race, creed or sex.
- He shall come in personal contact with every villager within his jurisdiction.
- He shall enrol and train workers from amongst the villagers and keep a register of all these.
- He shall keep a record of his work from day to day.
- He shall organize the villages so as to make them self-contained and self-supporting through their agriculture and handicrafts.
- He shall educate the village folk in sanitation and hygiene and take all measures for prevention of ill health and disease among them.
- He shall organize the education of the village folk from birth to death along the lines of Nai Talim, in accordance with the policy laid down by the Hindustani Talimi Sangh.