ANANTNAG, NOVEMBER 14:
A day-long workshop was today organised at the Dak Bungalow, Khanabal Anantnag on the digitisation of land records.
The Deputy Commissioner Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik, Principal, Revenue Training Institute Srinagar, Shahbaz Ahmad Bodha and Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Syed Shabir Ahmad were present among the dignitaries.
The workshop was organised with the purpose to give the wherewithal to the revenue officials with regard to the digitisation process of land records. The modernisation of the land records is being made under the centrally sponsored scheme NLRMP which has already been started in Jammu and Srinagar districts. The digitisation process of the land records has been contracted to RAMTECH for scanning and digitising the revenue records.
On the occasion, the DC said that the purpose of this process is to create a knowledge bank of available records and to go for a paperless system. He said that the scanning of the available land records will be started soon in the district for which he directed the concerned revenue officers to ensure the proper updation of the land records.
A power point presentation on the mechanism of digitisation was held which was followed by interaction session where the experts replied to the queries on different aspects of digitisation process.
The process of digitisation of land records starts with the scanning of all the available land records followed by data entry, GPS mapping and Electronic Total Survey, wherever, required. It was given out that after digitisation of the land records, data updation of girdawaris and Jamabandis shall be incorporated online.
The workshop was attended by all the Tehsildars, Naib Tehsildars, Girdawars and Patwaris, officials from Revenue Training Institute, Srinagar and RAMTECH.