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Haryana to computerise land records

Jul 30 2008, 23:57 IST
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SummaryThe Haryana Revenue Department will start issuingcomputerised copies of land records instead of hand-written copies from September 1 for all villages of the Hisar district.

The Haryana Revenue Department will start issuingcomputerised copies of land records instead of hand-written copies from September 1 for all villages of the Hisar district.

In addition, one Touch Screen Kiosks would also be installed in the building of District Administration at Hisar, which will facilitate in providing the detailed information about collector rates, copy ofJamabandi, District website and various schemes of Haryana Government and Information Act. Official spokesman of the department said that Haryana Land Record Information System was started in 1998 as a mission and through application of Software of Property Registration and Software of Computerisation all the villages, tehsils had been made online.

The spokesman said that after the starting of Naqal Seva Kendra the farmers would get their land revenue record easily. He said that services at Naqal Seva Kendra would be provided to the people through a single window system with the help of 6 computers.

Five patwaris had also been appointed for entering daily entries in to the computers and to attend the queries from the public pertaining to land records.

The land records of 100 villages had already been updated and computerised. With the working of this Seva Kendra the long standing grievances of the common people pertaining to delay in the availability of copies of land records would now be addressed. The spokesman said that for obtaining a copy of Jamabandi upto 5 Khata Rs 10 would be charged per Khata and for the next khatas Rs 5 per page would be charged in addition to Rs 30 as Red Cross fee and for getting the copy of transfer deed Rs 25 per page would be charged and Rs 30 would be charged as Red Cross fee.

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