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  • 1. Survey of India Jharkhand GDC Ranchi Maj General B D Sharma (Addl Surveyor General) 22 Feb 2014 1
  • 2. PREFACE Part – I  About SoI , Activities of Jharkhand Centre Part – II  How SoI , Jharkhand Centre can be helpful in contributing to important project like ‘NLRMP’ etc of National interest, being taken up by Jharkhand state. 2
  • 3. PART- I 3
  • 4. ABOUT, SURVEY OF INDIA • SURVEY OF INDIA IS THE NATIONAL MAPPING AGENCY OF OUR COUNTRY. • IT IS THE OLDEST SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT OF GOVT OF INDIA. • IT WAS SET UP IN 1767 AND HAS CREDIT OF OVER 247 YEARS OF GLORIOUS SERVICE TO THE NATION 4
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  • 6. SOI - VISION SURVEY OF INDIA TAKES A LEADERSHIP ROLE IN PROVIDING CUSTOMER FOCUSSED, COST EFFECTIVE AND TIMELY GEOSPATIAL DATA, INFORMATION AND INTELLIGENCE FOR MEETING THE NEEDS OF SECURITY, SUSTAINABLE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND NEW INFORMATION MARKETS. 6
  • 7. ROLE  All Topographical Mapping, Providing Ground Control, within AOR.  Mapping and Production Of Geographical maps and Surveys for Developmental Projects.  Large-scale mapping, Cities, Guide Maps & Cadastral Surveys etc.  Survey and Mapping of special purpose maps. Contd…… 7
  • 8. ROLE  Spelling of Geographical names.  Surveying / Picking up Administrative Boundaries of State/District/Taluk/Village etc. and their depiction on maps.  Other Surveying & Mapping Activities on approval of Surveyor General of India, Dehradun.
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  • 10. AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY(AOR) OF JGDC 1:250, 000 Sheets ------------------- 7 Nos. 1:50, 000 Sheets ------------------- 100 Nos. 1:25, 000 Sheets ------------------- 400 Nos. 1:10,000 Sheets--------------------2500 Nos. 10
  • 11. SALIENT FEATURES OF JHARKHAND STATE Boundary Info (A) International Boundary Km Nil (B) Coast Line Km Nil (C) Inter-State Boundary 2552.62 1. Jharkhand-West Bengal 886.06 Km. 2. Jharkhand-Orissa 520.32 Km. 3. Jharkhand-Chhattisgarh 321.41 Km. 4. Jharkhand-Uttar Pradesh 62.78 Km. 5. Jharkhand-Bihar Km 762.05 Km. Note : The above figures are approximate 11
  • 12. Area Info Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Name OF District Sahebganj Godda Pakur Dumka Devghar Jamtara Dhanbad Giridih Kodarma Bokaro Chatra Palamu Garhwa Latehar Lohardaga Gumla Simdega Pashchimi Singhbhum Purbi Singhbhum Saraikela Kharswan Ranchi Khunti Hazaribag Ramgarh Area in Sq.km 2063 2266 1811 3761 2477 1811 2040 4962 2540 2883 3718 4393 4093 4291 1502 5360 3774 7224 3562 2657 5097 2535 3555 1341 TOTAL 79716 Remark 12
  • 13. ONGOING TASK • OSM (1:50K Scale) :- Complete • DSM (1:50K Scale):- Complete • 1:25, 000 Scale Map Digitization :- Undergoing • State Map of Jharkhand (Hindi & English Edition) :- Completed and released in public domain by Hon’ble Governor of Jharkhand during Mar 2012. • Ranchi Guide Map : Undergoing • NUIS Project : Data Sent to SNA but again taken back for Attribute collection of Core area. • Coal Mine/CMPDI Project : Undergoing • Supply of DATA (Lat, Long, Bearing, Height etc.) to Indenters: Continuing 13
  • 14. NUIS Project Status Contd……... 14
  • 15. 1:2,000 Scale Mapping 15
  • 16. Coal Mine/CMPDI Project(1:5K) Status 16
  • 17. Supply of Data to Indenters  Applications are received from Indenters for Supply of Certificates/Data for Coordinates, Aerial Distance, MSL Heights and Bearing etc for obtaining their project clearances from competent authorities of State/Centre.  On receipt of full payment , as prescribed Govt. rates, the same is processed on first come first serve basis.  The Certificate/ Data are supplied as per prescribed format at the admissible degree of precision. 17
  • 18. PART- II 18
  • 19. ABOUT PROJECT ‘NLRMP’ This integrated programme envisaged by the Government of India and to be implemented by all state governments, would modernize management of land records, minimize scope of land/property disputes and enhance transparency in land record management system enabling e- Governace
  • 20. NLRMP-OBJECTIVE-AIM OBJECTIVE:-  Develop a modern, comprehensive and transparent Land Records Management System in the country. No doubt, It will be an essential tool for e-Gov AIM:-  To implement the conclusive land-titling system .
  • 21. PRINCIPLES BASED UPON  A single window to handle land records including the maintenance and updating of textual records, maps, survey and settlement operations and registration of immovable property.  The Mirror principle - which refers to the fact that cadastral records mirror the ground reality.
  • 22. PRINCIPLES BASED UPON  The Curtain principle – which indicates that the record of title is a true depiction of the ownership status, mutation is automated.  The Title Insurance- Which guarantees the title for its correctness and indemnifies the title holder against loss arising on account of any defect therein.
  • 23. LIKELY STAGES OF WORK  Scanning of old records, maps.  Geo- referencing High Res Image data and processing for feature extraction using sufficient number of Precise Ground Control points .  Digitization of features.  Selection of Scale, Projection, Datum etc with an aim to fit the data on National framework for seamless integration.  Linking the attributes. 23
  • 24. CHALLENGES  Capacity building for the project executing agencies  QA/QC capability in domain like Digitization, Elevation generation and other aspects of map design .  Use of Geospatial tools like GPS/DGNSS, Total station, Digital Levels etc for provision of thousands of ground Control points (x, y, z) with mm of accuracy.  Updating of these Data at certain interval.  Training and maintenance of data 24
  • 25. USE OF ‘VRS’/ ‘CORS’ TECHNIQUE FOR NLRMP PROJECT • Accurate locations are needed at village/town/city level for survey . Thousands of such control points are required in entire country. The accuracy requirement is in the order of cm/mm. • To complete such a huge task in a country like India, several years are required with the present available trained manpower and technique of post processing based GPS observation. • However, this task can easily be fulfilled by establishing a n/w of Real Time Kinematic (RTK) infrastructure i.e., Virtual Reference Stations (VRS) which is also known as Continuous Operating Reference Station (CORS) Network. 25
  • 26. DIFFERENTIAL GPS THROUGH MULTIPLE N/W REF STN (CALLED VIRTUAL REFERENCE STN, VRS) 1. Each reference station is equipped with one dual frequency receiver which continuously feed their GPS data to a central processing computer (Control Centre) via computer network. 2. The central processor uses the ref stations’ data to model the spatial error and generate appropriate correction. 3. The Rover station working in the area by getting this correction through mobile link and applying the same, gets very accurate positioning in real time. 4. Continuous operating reference station ( CORS ) are placed at a spacing of 50 – 60 km. 5. The accuracy achieved in positioning is of the order of 1 cm. and Neither time nor distance is the limiting factor for accuracy. Control Centre 60k m Rover Reference Stn 26
  • 27. OBJECTIVE OF THE ‘ CORS ’ PROJECT • • Objective of the project is to convert some of the GCPs already established throughout the country as Continuous Operating Reference Stations (CORS) which will provide centimetre level accurate real time positioning, using low cost single frequency GPS/GNSS receiver to numerous users using the Area Correction Parameter (ACP)/VRS concept. • Nearly 30 Such points are proposed to be established in Jharkhand state. These points have to be established in secured place/campus for which suitable places will be requisitioned from state Govt. 27
  • 28. INITIATIVES BY SOI • SoI provides Horizontal and Vertical Ground control points for mapping as well as for various infrastructural projects such as development of Railway, Road and Irrigation network, drainage system, township development, navigation, power projects etc. • In this endeavour, G&RB Dte of SoI has already provided about 2500 Ground Control Points (GCPs) covering entire country (Mainland as well as Islands). • 65 Such GCP,s are existing in Jharkhand state for which data has been provided to State Govt, which may be utilised for projects like NLRMP etc. • SOI proposes to establish CORS (Continuous Operating Reference Stations) Network to provide real time precise positioning with single frequency/cheaper GPS receiver for various uses. 28
  • 29. OTHER APPLICATION AREA OF ‘CORS’ • Transport and communication management • Real Time Kinematics (RTK) applications for thousands of GPS users. • Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) applications • Monitoring of Crustal movement/ Tectonic plates in India and adjacent countries. • Combination of the GPS derived ellipsoidal heights with a precise Geoid model to replace conventional leveling. • Land Surveying, Cadastral Surveying, Airborne Photogrammetry, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) • Applications in the public supply services (power, gas, etc.) • Fleet Management , Precision Farming etc. • Hydrographic Surveys , Environnemental Applications etc. 29
  • 30. ISSUES
  • 31. YOU MAY CONTACT ME For Any Query/Suggestion bdsharmaus@yahoo.com 8294636513 THANK YOU