Streamlining revenue records admin’s priority: DC B’la
27: With an aim to take the appraisal of the functioning of Revenue department,
Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr G N Itoo along with Commissioner Survey and
Land Records, J&K, Syed Shawnawaz Bukhari and Regional Director Survey and
Land Records Khursheed Ahmad Sanai chaired a meeting, here today.
reviewed various revenue matters and other issues pertaining to revenue
department, besides reviewing progress registered under digitization of land
records, which is being carried out under Digital India Land Records
Modernization programme (DLRMP).
attended by ACR Baramulla, Rafiq Ahmad Lone, Tehsildars, RAMTECH
representatives and other concerned.
The ACR informed
the meeting that out of 544 revenue villages, Jamabandies for 413 villages have
been prepared whereas the remaining is in various stages of completion.
role of Revenue officials, DC said that streamlining revenue records is the top
priority of district administration. He urged the concerned to work with zeal
and dedication for the better public service delivery.
The DDC directed
for prioritizing Jamabandi works strictly in conformity with the standing
instructions and said that updated Jamabandis are the pre-requisite for the
implementation of the land records digitization project.
Survey and Land Records called for accelerating the pace of digitization to
realize the objectives of modernizing management of land records. He said that
the government has set March 31, 2020 as deadline for the complete execution of
the process and asked the concerned to put into extra efforts to meet the
It was informed
that government has hired the services of private firm RAM TECH Software India
for scanning and computerization of various old revenue records besides
Tehsildars put forth their demands with regard to the smooth functioning of the
department wherein they were assured that their demands and grievances will be
redressed on priority.