KV Correspondent

Minister reviews progress made under DILRMP

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Jammu: Minister for Revenue, Haj & Auqaf and Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri Wednesday visited Central Record Room at Gole Gujral  to get the firsthand appraisal of keeping and maintenance of land record and to review the progress made under Union Government’s Digital  India Land Record Modernization Programme (DILRMP).

The Minister along with the officers visited the various halls situated in the Central Record Room where the old land record of entire division is kept. The Minister was briefed about the process of keeping and proper maintenance of record in the Central Record Room and efforts taken to further restore and saving the old historical record.

It was informed that land record is being kept in the dark rooms on the racks. The record is kept in the specially designed bags to save them from dust and getting further destroyed.

Regional Director, Survey and Land Records Rifat Kohli apprised the Minister about the maintenance of record in the record room. She briefed him about various components of ongoing process of digitization of records including scanning of documents, scanning of Mussavis, quality check of documents and other related works.

It was informed that till date, 11314268 documents and 17911 Mussavis have been scanned, 1161 current serving cadastral maps have been digitized and a total of 4604 Ground Control Points have been established in Jammu division under Phase –I of the DILRMP.

Besides, the work of scanning of documents, Mussavis and quality check at district level is also going on simultaneously.

It was further informed that out of total 3771 revenue villages in Jammu division, scanning of record of 2798 villages are in progress with total of 7192027 pages scanned in Central Record Room. Documents scanned include Jamabandi Parat Sarkar, Misal Haqiyat, Parat Sarkar, Khasra Paimaish, Khatooni and Mutation Parat Sarkar.

The Minister also visited the Labs where work of scanning of documents and Mussavis is being carried out. The concerned person gave the live demonstrations how the documents are being scanned with the help of modern gadgets and how the quality is being maintained by having quality check of every document scanned.

The Minister was told that the record kept in the Central Record Room will be scanned within 2 to 3 months.

Terming the land record as wealth of Revenue Department, the Minister said that every possible effort needs to be taken to preserve this old record which has historical importance too. He hoped that the digitization project would surely help the department in preserving it in online format.

The Minister asked the Regional Director to prepare the DPR for Modern Record Room on scientific lines and assured that financial support and adequate manpower will be provided to complete the project in given timeframe. He also asked Financial Commissioner Revenue to provide Air Conditioner and required furniture so that the progress can be expedited.


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