Last Updated on: June 29, 2022

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Integrated Land Records Management system(ILRMS)

Maintenance of authentic land records is key to efficient management of land. Manual system of record keeping has not proved adequate and been marked by opacity, untimely updation or non-updation, corruption and harassment to the people. State Government took the decision to launch web-based Integrated Land records management System as an answer to all these problems by ensuring interconnectivity among the Revenue Circle, Sub-registrar, Deputy Commissioners' offices and the Directorate of land Records. The Integrated land Records System has four components – online system of issuing NOC for the transfer of immovable property, as required under section 21A of the Registration Act, Dharitry - online system for updation of land records, e-Panjiyan – online system for registration of property, and online system for land revenue collection. All these four systems can talk to one another and ensure optimum efficiency, transparency and accountability in the revenue administration.The Integrated Land Records Management System ensures that all the processes for the transfer and registration of land and updation of land records, like, Mutation, partition, Conversion, and Reclassification, and land revenue collection are handled online and people will have access to the land records online. Endeavour is being made to equip it with the facility of online payment though the payment gateway provided by State bank of India and next step is to link it up with the systems of the institutions like Banks, Cooperative Societies, Urban Local Bodies etc, so that the delivery of services which require verification of land records get fast and hassle-free. One important aspect of land records management is the availability of maps that mirror ground realities. Significant strides have been made in this area by digitising about 26000 village maps with the help of ASTEC and integrating them with Dharitry through the software called: Bhu-naksha. There are still about 2500 villages which Integrated Land Records Management system(ILRMS).

In the district, out of 5 cirlces 3 have been covered under ILRMS .

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