Objective of Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme is to develop a modern, comprehensive and transparent land record management system
Government of India is organizing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra from 15th November, 2023 to 26th January, 2024 to raise awareness through outreach activities to achieve saturation of schemes
Under Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Department of Land Resources has planned for distribution of Abhinandan Patra to eligible villages and felicitation of Gram Panchayat
The Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP), a Central Sector Scheme is being implemented by the Department of Land Resources (DoLR) with 100% funding by Government of India. The objective of DILRMP is to develop a modern, comprehensive and transparent land record management system. Substantial progress has been made in respect of land related matters through DILRMP. As a step towards healthy competition and monitoring among the districts, this Department has initiated grading among the districts. Platinum Grading is being assigned to Districts which have completed 99% and more work in six basic components. As on 26.10.2023, as per DILRMP MIS as fed by the States/UTs, 157 districts in 14 States have completed 99% and above work in following basic six components:
i. Computerization of Land Records (RoR)
ii. Digitization of Cadastral Maps/FMBs
iii. Linkage of RoR with Cadastral maps
iv. Computerization of Registration
v. Integration of Registration (SRO) with Land Records (Revenue Office)
vi. Modern Record Room
The implementation of these six components would facilitate improvement in real-time information on land; optimize use of land resources; benefit both landowners & prospectors; assist in policy & planning; reduce land disputes; check fraudulent / benami transactions; obviate need of physical visits to Revenue/Registration offices and enable sharing of information with various organisations/agencies.
Government of India is organizing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra from 15th November, 2023 to 26th January, 2024 to raise awareness through outreach activities to achieve saturation of schemes. This will require concerted efforts across the board as well as active Jan Bhagidari to ensure that the last mile and the most vulnerable are reached effectively. The objectives of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra are the following: A. Reaching the unreached-reach out to the vulnerable who are eligible under various schemes but have not availed benefits so far B. Dissemination of information and generating awareness about schemes. C. Learning from the citizens-interaction with beneficiaries of government schemes through personal stories/experience sharing D. Enrolment of potential beneficiaries through details ascertained during the Yatra.
Under the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Department of Land Resources has planned for distribution of Abhinandan Patra / certificate to eligible villages and felicitation of Gram Panchayat / Village level functionaries like patwari/Lekhpal/Mandal etc. and Gram Panchayat functionaries like Sarpanch for achieving 99% or above in Digitization of Land Records as per schedule of Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra through the villages. A digital version of the approved certificate has been shared with the States to distribute for felicitation through communication by Secretary, DOLR to 11 States covering 103 districts to start with.
In the first phase events relating to Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra and distribution of Abhinandan Patra were organized.