ShopianIn order to acquaint the revenue officers and officials of the district Shopian with modernization of land records, as a part of governments initiative ‘Digital India land record modernization programme’ the district administration organised a day long awareness camp here at Mini Secretariat Arahama Shopian.
Workshop was inaugurated by District Development Commissioner Shopian Mohammad Aijaz Asad and Principal Revenue Tanning Institute Mr. Mohammad Altaf was the resource person for workshop.
Among others present were Additional Deputy Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner Revenue, all tehsildars, Naib tehsildars, girdawars, pathwaris and other concerned officials.
The DDC impressed upon the participants to put in every effort for migration to Digital record regime.He highlighted the scope and objectives of the digital India land records modernization programme.
On the occasion the technical expert Mr Mohammad Altaf presented a detailed power point presentation with regard to do’s and don’ts while processing of scanning Khasra indexing, data entry of the textual records, digitization of the cadastral map and its use with respect to the satellite imagery and integration with the records and quality checks of scanned records.
He also acquainted the officers with the way and certain processes involved in the modernization programme.
The DDC while speaking on the occasion advised the revenue officers and officials to make optimum use of this orientation programme and deliver on ground to make government initiative of ‘DILRMP’ a reality of the day.
He also said that digitization of land records will help in preserving old and new land records and it shall infuse transparency in the system as people can have access to requisite information in hassle free manner.
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