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Computerised land records introduced in Rangiya

By CORRESPONDENT

RANGIYA, Sept 16 � The State Government�s Land Records Computerisation Software system known as �Dharitri� was formally introduced in Rangiya subdivision on September 13.

The scheme was successfully implemented at the Rangiya Revenue Circle. Dharitri is a completely web-enabled system of the Revenue department meant to do away with the drawbacks of the traditional system of keeping land records in registers like Chitha (plot-wise details) and Jamabandi (patta wise ownership).

Keeping in view the necessity of e-governance for good administration, the State Government introduced the system.

Kamrup Deputy Commissioner SK Roy inaugurated the system at a function held on the circle office premises here in the presence of government officials including ADC, Kamrup K Baishya, SDO (Civil) CD Singha, SDC D Saud and others. The DC, in his speech, called upon all to take advantage of the benefits of e-governance introduced by the State Government. �The system eventually will promote faster, accurate and less timeconsuming official process in this regard�, the DC stated.

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Computerised land records introduced in Rangiya

RANGIYA, Sept 16 � The State Government�s Land Records Computerisation Software system known as �Dharitri� was formally introduced in Rangiya subdivision on September 13.

The scheme was successfully implemented at the Rangiya Revenue Circle. Dharitri is a completely web-enabled system of the Revenue department meant to do away with the drawbacks of the traditional system of keeping land records in registers like Chitha (plot-wise details) and Jamabandi (patta wise ownership).

Keeping in view the necessity of e-governance for good administration, the State Government introduced the system.

Kamrup Deputy Commissioner SK Roy inaugurated the system at a function held on the circle office premises here in the presence of government officials including ADC, Kamrup K Baishya, SDO (Civil) CD Singha, SDC D Saud and others. The DC, in his speech, called upon all to take advantage of the benefits of e-governance introduced by the State Government. �The system eventually will promote faster, accurate and less timeconsuming official process in this regard�, the DC stated.