Digital Land Map / Bhu – Naksha & Online Land Records / Bhulekh, Khasara, Kishtbandi Khatauni under NLRMP and Modern Record Rooms in Tehsil Level by Chhattisgarh Revenue DepartmentNational Land Records Modernization Programme (NLRMP) was launched by Government of India in August 2008. It has the main aim to modernize land records management, minimize the likelihood of disputes for land or property in all states including Chhattisgarh, enhance the transparency of the system for maintenance of all land records / bhulekh / bhumi abhilekh and facilitate the proper nomenclature of immovable properties across the country. Under this program, including mutations mainly computerization of land records, digitization of maps, details of land and three dimensional integration of the data, the survey and the actual survey and cadastral data or resurveyed settlement records including details of renovation work such works included. In this programme, registration and computerization of land records maintenance system integration, geospatial information, system development and capacity building is also contained. The main object of national land records modernization programme (nlrmp) is to develop the modern, comprehensive and transparent land records management system in country which has goal to give a conclusive identification. As per a report by the official department of revenue the CG state government completed the computerization of land records work through a campaign in year 2014 in which total 19530 revenue villages’ bhu-abhilekh digitization work were done. Under this campaign in the same year in these villages total 19530 village khasara / measles, five-year and kishtbandi khatauni computerization work is completed, while 19319 villages’ bhu-naksha / digital land map computerization work has completed. In the same year from 27 districts of Chhattisgarh state 18 districts provided the permission for computerization of land records under the nlrmp. For remaining nine new districts the plan was forwarded to the central government for approval in the same year. Under the scheme the revenue department of CG state proposed to make modern record rooms in tehsil level along with the revenue survey, computerization of land records and connectivity of online registration office with tehsil offices tasks. In the same the revenue department of Chhattisgarh also completed the work for connectivity with computers to registration offices. The remaining tasks are managed by the department of revenue cg state. In state officials meeting of departmental person the head of dept also instructed to the tehsil officers to take action and to supply new computers in place of damaged computers in necessary places. The revenue officer of cg state also instructed to all tehsil officers for doing strong arrangements for dealing with natural disasters like thunderstorms and monsoon. In the same meeting the revenue minister said that it is mandatory to provide the funding within 15 days after survey to people who affected during potential disasters under the revenue book circular 6-4. In urban areas the revenue authorities directed to prepare a proposal for restructuring patwari circles. The minister also said that the number of khata-holders (account holders) has increased significantly to purchase land in urban areas and around cities, due to this work of patwaris and revenue officers has increased significantly. Thus, for keeping the separate record for the land, separate naksha / map circles to restructure by patwari and in urban areas has necessitated a reorganization of the board of revenue inspector. For this in the urban areas, for each village a separate patwari should be kept under fixed criteria. In the urban areas, one revenue inspector for each of three partwari circles should be provided to keep. Now in the Chhattisgarh state any person or land owner will be able to view and obtain the copy of land records (bhumi abhilekh) through the internet anywhere and anytime. Such copies as evidence of recognition are being provisioned. The Revenue Minister of CG state Mr. Premprakash Pandey said in assembly while replying to the debate on the demands for grants in the department. The revenue minister of state said that in 20169 villages total 19530 villages khasara (measles), B-1, bhu-naksha / land map computerization and 75 percent of the records (abhilekh) have made online till now. He also informed that the survey will be made again for the villages nearest and touched with the urban areas and the department will upload new records with maps on the official website of cg bhuiyan in http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/ link page. For this work new program e-dharti (e-earth) has been launched this year. Under the e-Dharti program the department will take the survey of urban areas along with the rural area populated land. All revenue courts will be converted into e-court by the IT team of cg state. The minister also informed about the plans for populated land survey record room computerization, patwari halka and reorganization of revenue inspector board, making revenue dispute-free villages and tehsil level public service centers. Revenue Department Officer Patwari Works & Work FlowPatwari is the employee of revenue department. They are also known by other names in different places such as patel, karnam officer, shanbogru etc. This is a administrative post of the Indian subcontinent government in the rural areas. The patwari system first introduced during the reign of Sher Shah Suri and later Akbar worked to promote this system. Some minor changes were applied during the British rule in this but the system continued with some of same work flow and process. After year 1918 in all villages lekhpal (revenue accountant) were appointed as the official representative of the government. Kind Todarmal who was the bhu-abhilekh minister in the Afghan king Sher Shah Suri established the patwari post for the editing work related to the land and records. Patwari works to store and collect the government including private land papers. After reinforce this post the British rule continued it. The patwari word is prevalent in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal states of India along with the neighboring Pakistan country. Till the 1918 in Gujarat and Maharashtra state this post was also called as the Kulkarni, which was later as the Talati. In Tamil Nadu state the patwari officer called as the Karnam Officer. For the rural area poor farmer the patwari is “bade sahib (big officer)”. In Punjab state the patwari also called as the “pind di ma (mother of village)”. In Rajasthan the patwari was known as the “hakim sahib”. There is no centralized data available about patwaris. As per the report says total 10685 patwaris are posted in Rajasthan, 11622 in Madhya Pradesh, 3500 in Chhattisgarh, in Uttar Pradesh patwari post was abolished in the time of Chaudhary Charan Singh and now they are called as the lekhpal (revenue accountant) and as per documents total 27333 lekhpal are working in UP. In Uttarakhand state these patwari called as the revenue police officer and because of these in state 65 percent crime control, revenue functions, forest resources as well as the work of entitlement works are going. However in technological age the patwar system is being repaired. In 2005 the Government of India developed Patwari Information System (PATIS) software, so that the revenue department can keep the computerized land records. The commissioner land records of mp state Rajiv Rajan said that the computerization of land records in state is on process till now. How to Get Online Land Records B-1 Khata Khatauni / P-2 Khasara Bhu-Abhilekh Computerized Report & Online Digital Map via Bhuiyan Software of Revenue Department ChhattisgarhThe revenue department of Chhattisgarh state launched their official online website with the name of bhuiyan. This software and website designed and developed by the national informatics center (nic) team of cg state. Through this online website the department has the main object to provide the information related to selected specific village under the tehsil details of khasara, modification, deletion or view data related to the land online facility, automatic generation of mutation (dakhila – kharij) number and new number to get the khasara (measles) and details related to the khatauni online. The revenue department of cg state has the online official website http://revenue.cg.nic.in/ where department has given the options and section for e-gazette, bhuiyan, bhu-naksha, year wise details, bhu-arjan and revenue court. All services of the revenue department now will be provided through the Public Service Guarantee Centres (PSGC). In respect to addition of services in public service centers last year the revenue department were trained to the officers, employees of revenue department, public service guarantee center operators. The revenue dept of cg now decided that all the records will be online for all villages and tehsil. Under the e-District Project new services, changes in revenue services as agricultural land, najul land, solvency and less than 5 lakh and 5 lakh to 25 lakh population village services are included. The main aim to start the online services is to complete the land related tasks within the time limit in revenue offices. The e-District Project is a National e-Governance Plan Mission Mode Project (NeGP). The main object of e-district project is to provide combined various services through the integrated jan seva kendra. Through the guarantee public service center, selected new services in second phase under agricultural land changes revenue department demarcation, mutation, solvency, credit manual and RBC 6 (4) is included. Similarly revenue services under najul demarcation included the mutation, najul patta renewal and najul patta clearance. Under the service charges for the services prescribed departmental fees will be accepted through the public service centers. At the time of applying for the document print of Rs. 15 and service fees Rs. 5 has decided. Here we are providing you step by step procedure to check your land records online checking system through the online official website of bhuiyan. See the below given process with the demo images to get complete details about your online land records: Ø STEP 1 First you will have to visit on the official website of http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/ or can visit to the http://revenue.cg.nic.in/ website where in the home page you can get the option with the name of bhuiyan. In the this cg bhuiyan website you will get two options as View B-I or P-II or Check Naksha / Land Map. In this page you will have to select the first option. See the below given demo image for the selection to get the BI or PII option. Ø STEP 2 After clicking that you can get new page in http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/User/Selection_Report_forUser.aspx link. In this you will have to select the option through which you want to get the online land records in Chhattisgarh. Here on this page two options are given as “select village” and second is “provide village number”. As right now for the demo I am selecting village wise option. In the village section you will have to select your district name, tehsil name, RN and village name. In the village name wise section you will get two more options as for by khasara and by name. After selecting one option of this you have to select the options from B-I Khatauni Report or P-II Khasara Report.Same as this in the village number section you just have to enter the village number if you know it. See the below given demo image for the village wise online land record search. Ø STEP 3 After filling all the details and entering name of land owner you can click to the “search report” option. Through this option you can get new PDF file page of your online land records. You can download this and can take the printout of the land records copy online. You can check complete information of your property now. See the below given demo image of your copy of online land records. Ø STEP 4 Same like this if you want to get naksha / map of your land go to the home page again of http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/ and select the option of view naksha / map. This option will redirect you in a new page http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/bhuNakshaPage.aspx link section. Here in the new page you can get the two options as bhu-naksha for Dentwada, Sukma and Koria District and other district. If your district name is in the given list then click or click to the next option of other district. Here I am selecting option of other districts. See the below given demo image for this page section. Ø STEP 5 After selecting district option you can get the new page Dentwada, Sukma and Koria Districts in http://cg.nic.in/bhunakshaweb/ link page and for other districts in http://cgdemo.nic.in/bhunaksha/ link page. Here first you will have to select your district name then tehsil name, RI and in last village name. If you are having the option plot or survey numbers then fill that. See the below given demo image for the bhu-naksha which you are going get in this step. Here we provided you complete step by step procedure to get your online land records. But if you still need any kind of help you can contact to the departmental person of revenue or can visit to your tehsil office. Before using the official website read the below given important instructions. Important InstructionsØ http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/ is the only online official website of revenue department to check the online land records and to get the online digital map. Beware from online fake website and do not provide your any kind of personal or property information to any portal. Ø Don’t take any help from person outside of tehsil or pay money to any person for providing your land records or bhu-naksha. If you want help just ask from the official departmental person in tehsil office or revenue office. For any kind of settlement related help contact only to the official person or legal person. Don’t pay any kind of money to broker or agent for your work. Ø The http://bhuiyan.cg.nic.in/ website is developed by the nic team so all rights of websites are reserved under the state government of Chhattisgarh. All the citizens are suggested to use the website only for personal purposes. The documents of online website are not valid for any kind of legal process. These records and information is provided only for the general and personal uses. 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