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NIC close to uploading all urban land records

Having computerised land records in rural areas for online issue of land pattas, the National Informatics Centre has undertaken uploading of the documents ofi those n urban areas ofithe district.
The process of capturing the manual records is expected to get over by the first week of December. After completion, a 15-day notice will be issued for land owners to rectify objections. Thereafter the data will be locked online, B.V. Sivaraman, District Informatics Officer, DIC, Tiruchi, said.
In all probability, owners of land in urban areas will be able to receive their pattas online from January-February 2018 onwards, Mr. Sivaraman said.
The linking of land details with the Sub-Registrars' offices will be undertaken in the next phase. The step will facilitate matching of documents with the online data before carrying out registration of the land.
Likewise, most of the work pertaining to making available extracts of Field Measurement Book sketches along with chittas has been completed, said Mr. Sivaraman.
He took stock of issue of online pattas carried out through the taluk offices in Tiruverumbur and Srirangam.
As per NIC records, 10,09,811 certificates of five kinds (revenue, community, nativity, first generation, and deserted women) have been issued online since 2014 through 225 e-seva centres across the district.

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