Land Mutation Made Online

With Online Mutation of land is implemented in all 317 Tahasils of the State, manual system of mutation has been done away in the State.

As the State Government has set Zero Pendency of cases and smooth delivery of public services, Mutation of land will been done Online henceforth.

This heralds a new beginning for the hapless people, who were waiting months and years together for mutation of land after registration in Sub Registrar Office.

After registration of land, mutation will be done suo-motu and Tahsildar is needed to dispose off the case in a time bound manner, said Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi.

Department of Revenue & Disaster Management (DoRDM) has kick started several e-Governance applications in Land Resources Management, which Chief Secretary Mr.Padhi reviewed recently.

Computerization of Record of Rights (RoR) has been done for 1, 56, 21913 Khatiyan and 5,58,01522 Plots have been computerized.

Digital Cadastal Map has been made in respect of all 51,696 villages and hosted in BhuNaksha website.

As BhuNaksha software has been implemented in all Tahsils, henceforth mutation cases are deemed to be complete once the map is corrected online through BhuNaksh software, said he.

As dedicated connectivity have been provided to all Registration Offices and 317 Tahsils, automatic transmission of the FormNo-3 from Registration Office to the corresponding Tahsil office is made online for suo-motto institution of mutation cases.

And the Revenue Court Case Monitoring System (RCCMS) has been implemented in all 317 Tahsil, 58 Sub Collector and 30 ADM Offices in the State, all Revenue cases other than mutation cases are to be disposed on RCCMS only.

Similarly Dynamic Web Information System for Tahsils (DWIST) is in operation, each Tahsil in their website will display all important information of Tahsil for Public.

As Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik given T3 Mantra, Transparency, Technology and Teamwork, DoRDM is implementing several e-Gov Projects to provide services in a hassle free manner.

As these e-Governance Programs have been recently started, the State Government has formed an e-Governance Committee at the District Level to regularly monitor, supervise and guide the system.
The District e-Governance Committee will be headed by Additional District Magistrate (ADM) with senior officials of BSNL, NIC and Assistant Programmers are the Members.

This Committee will meet every Tuesday to monitor the implementation of the above programs and resolve the logistic issues arising in respect of hardware, software and internet activities.

Mr.Padhi said that these applications are under implementation since last three to six months, regular monitoring and supervision is needed.

So Chief Secretary Mr.Padhi has asked the District Collectors to closely monitor the activities so any teething trouble being faced by the Land Management authorities will be sorted out in no time.

As the State Government has issued guidelines for e-Gov applications and it has been asked to adhere to the stipulated norms and directives without any exception, said he.

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