Revenue Records To Go Online By Oct 15

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary, Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta on Friday directed the revenue department to develop a user-friendly interface by October 15 to enable public access to the revenue records.

Mehta passed these directions during a meeting to review the digitization of land records in Jammu and Kashmir and its subsequent hosting on a user-friendly portal, an official spokesperson said Friday. Principal Secretary, Revenue Department, Commissioner/ Secretary GAD, CEO JaKeGA, and scientists from CDAC participated in the meeting.

In the meeting, he said, it was informed that the IT Department has upgraded its storage capacity to host complete revenue records in the public domain.

“The Chief Secretary asked CDAC to suitably upgrade the capacity of its servers in the next 15 days to enable public access to revenue records including mutation, jamabandi, girdawari, and masssavi documents,” the official spokesperson said.

Further, he said, the Revenue Department was asked to develop a user-friendly interface by 15th October to enable hassle-free public access to various revenue documents.

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