Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra

358

Published on

Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra

Smart CITy 2014 - Local empowerment and Accountability: Innovations in Governance - Chandrakant Dalvi, Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Government of Maharashtra

Published in: Leadership & Management
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
358
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Role of Digital Land Records in Development of Smart Cities Shri. Chandrakant Dalvi, IAS Settlement Commissioner and Director of Land Records, Maharashtra State, Pune The Maharashtra Case Study
  • 2.  Rapid Urbanization  Around 45% population in city area (2011 census)  India's current urban population is 410 million people and this will grow to 814 million by 2050*.  Increase in Urban Population Increase in city area  Urbanization and Appreciation in urban land prices lead to  Need for accurate land records  Better land management  Continuous update of records as per current situation Need for Digital Land Records of Cities *(Source: United Nations - World Urbanisation Prospects Report 2014)
  • 3.  City Survey – Carried out in areas with high urban population like Municipal corporation and Councils and villages where population is more than 2000  Approx. 55 lacs Property Cards maintained by land records department  All such records are maintained in digital format using Property Card Information System (PCIS)  Maps of such city survey are also available in digital format  City Survey done in Municipal Corporations– 25  City Survey done in Municipal Councils - 222 Digital Land Records and Smart City: The Connection Rural Record of Right - 7/12 Urban Record of Right – Property Card
  • 4. eMahabhoomi Projects eMojanieRegistration eMutation eRecords eResurvey eChawadi eMaps eBhulekh Scanning of Records (Modern Record Room) Digitization of Cadastral Maps Computerization of registration process Computerization of Village officers record Online Mutation Computerization of Process of current measurement cases Re-Survey using latest technologies Core GIS Implemented In Process Pilot Done. State Rollout readiness
  • 5. eMojani
  • 6. eMojani – Workflow (Computerization of Land Records) Application by citizen Visit to site for Mojani Actual Mojani Issue of Measurement Maps 1 2 3 4 Record Keeper and Surveyor searches old maps in the record room Using ETS and Plain Table eMojani – Computerization of entire process to handle citizen applications for measurement as well as subdivision of land parcels
  • 7. eMojani – Journey (Computerization of Land Records) Implemented since 1 Jan 2012 MIS for monitoring Recruitment of more surveyors Version2 release Facility for online application and epayment More than 2.15 lakhs measurement cases are processed through e Mojani. Received Skoch Award in 2013 Received CloudGov Awards in 2014
  • 8.  Real time provision of Surveyor Details along with date of survey  Online monitoring of application status to department officials as well as applicants  Reduced hassles to applicants  Timely closure of measurement application  Availability of single source of online data accessible from anywhere , anytime to the concerned officials  Effective control on the department officials eMojani - Advantages
  • 9. eMutation
  • 10. eMutation – IT and Network Infrastructure Design (Computerization of Land Records – Online Mutation)
  • 11. eMutation – Process Flow (Computerization of Land Records – Online Mutation) Registration Fully Computerized Process
  • 12. eMutation – Process Flow (Computerization of Land Records - – Online Mutation) Non - Registration
  • 13. eMutation – Hardware Readiness (Computerization of Land Records) 358 Tehsildar office 353 Dy. SLR office and 521 Sub- Registrar Offices Digital Signatures (Out of 16000) Procurement : 13,000 Downloaded : 10,000 741 offices provided VPNoBB by BSNL Offices Computers, printers etc. provided to each office Hardware Readiness Network Readiness 30 CTS offices Laptops, printers and data cards also provided to Talathis and Circle Officers Almost 12,000 Talathis and Circle officers have data Card Secured connection like VPN tested on data cards
  • 14.  Application along with various utility tools have been developed by NIC, under the guidance of SC&DLR (M.S.), Pune  Golu Finder  Data Cleaner  DBA Tool etc.  All Record of Rights have been UNICODE converted, Garbage cleaned; Data Correction and upload at State Data Center is in progress  Rolled out in the entire state  1 taluka in each district will be online within 2 months  Complete state will be online by December,2014 eMutation – Current Status (Computerization of Land Records – Online Mutation)
  • 15.  Single source of Record of Right information stored in a secured Data Center  Linkage between Registration and Mutation functions  Auto-trigger for mutation on any registration related to land  Assistance in maintenance of village registers under eChawadi project eMutation - Advantages
  • 16. eChawadi
  • 17. eChawadi – The Idea (Computerization of Land Records) Physical Registers Pre Online Village Registers Post Form 1 Form 2 Form 3 Form 4 Form 1 Form 7 Form 12 Form 8 Talathi – Village level revenue official Chawadi – Office of Talathi Central - State Data CenterScattered – Village level RegistersmaintainedbyTalathis
  • 18. Main 5 categories of village registers:  Area and Land Revenue related forms  Forms related to person from whom land revenue is to be recovered  Recovery and Verification related forms  General Administration Information related forms  Miscellaneous forms and registers Categories of Village Registers (Computerization of Land Records)
  • 19. eChawadi – The Status (Computerization of Land Records) Pilot project completed – More than 100 villages Rolled out all over Maharashtra and execution in progress
  • 20.  Maintenance of village registers in digital format at secured State Data Center  Easy access to digital registers anywhere, anytime to Talathis, using laptop and data cards  Availability of information of previous financial years on the click of a button  Single location for maintenance of all registers handled by the Talathis eChawadi - Advantages
  • 21. eRecords
  • 22.  As per NLRMP, all record rooms should be modernized by  Scanning Old Records  Implementation of Document Management System  Improving the physical infrastructure for storage of records  Old land records are scanned to preserve them and use for citizen service delivery, department functions  Records are scanned, metadata tagged and stored in pdf/a format eRecords – The Project
  • 23. eRecords – The Pilot Project (Modern Record Room) • 2 pilot talukas – Mulshi and Haveli taluka in Pune district • More than 40 lacs documents scanned • Department owned Document Management System developed by NIC, under the guidance of SC&DLR (M.S.), Pune • Lessons learned used to rollout state wide project
  • 24. eRecords – The Road Ahead - 1 (Modern Record Room) State-wide RFP floated by the department after rigorous brainstorming and deliberations Work Order and all contractual process to be done by the District Collector SC&DLR (M.S.), Pune has provided all necessary information to the Collector • eRecords Project Manual • Draft Contractual documents • Necessary Guidelines 3 vendors were selected using competitive bidding process 2 Vendors selected for each division • 1st Vendor - all districts except 2nd highest volume • 2nd Vendor – District with 2nd highest volume
  • 25. eRecords – The Road Ahead-2 (Modern Record Room) 741 record rooms will be covered under this project including Tehsildar and Dy.SLR, CTSO Record Rooms More than 26 crore documents of various page size like A4, A3, Ao etc. to be scanned Extensive training and handholding provided by the department to district level offices Massive Machinery to deploy the project including District collectors to Record Room Keepers has been created Procurement of Compactors and Physical Improvement of Record Rooms to be done next
  • 26.  Preservation of old and delicate historical records stored in record rooms  Faster citizen service delivery through use of Document management system  Increase longevity of the existing records, which deteriorate constantly  Integration with spatial records for provision of complete information related to a land parcel eRecords - Advantages
  • 27. eMaps
  • 28.  Cadastral Maps – Maps showing the extent of ownership of an individual or a group  Maps were first created in the period 1830’s  Various map sheets are maintained in Maharashtra like  Survey/ Block Number  Phalni / Sub-Division  Gat Book  LAQ and NA measurement sheets etc. Cadastral Maps – An Introduction
  • 29. Goal •Digitization of all cadastral maps in the state Objective •To provide accurate and digital maps to citizens through web as well as record rooms •To assist department in conducting resurvey by providing digital understanding of old land parcels Mode •Pilot as well as State-wide rollout eMaps (Computerization of Land Records)
  • 30. eMaps – Pilot Project (Computerization of Land Records) More than 20,000 sheets and 2,00,000 polygons digitized Pilot project completed in a time bound manner Pilot project done in Mulshi taluka in Pune district Various types of map sheets apart from FMBs and Village maps scanned and digitized Various outputs tested like tiff (raster image), dwg (vectorized output), shp (GIS format), pdf ( Citizen delivery)
  • 31.  As per NLRMP guidelines, only tippans and village maps are to be digitized  Based on experience of pilot project, following approvals have been asked from GoI  Inclusion of various other map types like phalni, kate phalni, gat book etc. for digitization  Unit for cost realization to be changed to polygons instead of FMBs  Modification in the unit rate for digitization project eMaps – The Road Ahead (Computerization of Land Records) Department ready for state wide rollout, post approval from GoI on the above mentioned points
  • 32.  Preservation of old and delicate cadastral maps  Digital form of the maps utilized for Resurvey project  Assistance to the department in carrying out daily operations like measurement etc.  Faster delivery of copies of the maps to citizens, as per their request  Increase longevity of the cadastral maps eMaps - Advantages
  • 33. eResurvey
  • 34. History of Land Management 1450 – 1545: Mughal Empire 1630 – 1680: Shivaji Maharaj 1798 – 1811: 2nd Bajirao 1818 – 1827: British Empire 1549 – 1626: Malik Ambar
  • 35.  Achievement of Conclusive Land Titling  Understanding the ground reality of a particular land parcel  Synchronization between reality, existing textual and spatial records  No state-wide resurvey post 1930  More than 35 lacs sub-divisions and change in the nature of land (not correctly reflected in the current RoR) has taken place Need for Resurvey
  • 36. eResurvey – The Pilot Project (Resurvey)  Pirangut  Mukhaiwadi  Urawade  Botarwadi  Ghotawade  Godambewadi  Materewadi  Amlewadi  Bhegadewadi  Abarvet  Kasar Amboli  Bhare District: Pune Taluka: Mulshi Villages: 12 Area: 6735 hectares Terrain: Plain land, mountains, rivers, urban, rural, industrial etc. Methodology: Pure Ground Survey and Hybdird Methodology B R I E F
  • 37.  Pure Ground Method: ETS and DGPS  Hybrid Approach: HRSI + ETS and DGPS  Ground Control Network  Primary Control Points: 16 x 16 km  Secondary Control Points: 4 x 4 km  Tertiary Control Points : 1 x 1 km  Auxiliary: As required  Detailed study prior to initiating pilot work in the state eResurvey -Technical Aspects (Resurvey)
  • 38. eResurvey– The Pilot Project (Resurvey) HRSI from NRSA Ortho rectification completed DTM generation is completed in 12 villages Resurvey of 6 villages using ETS completed Private Agencies for survey and image processsing Pilot 12 villages MRSAC (Technical Advisors) 176 GCN established Verification – Department officials Resurvey of 6 villages using Hybrid method completed
  • 39.  Achievement of Conclusive Land Titling  Availability of exact replica of ground situation  Match between the textual and spatial records  Reduction in future litigations due to availability of accurate and updated records  Textual as well as spatial records in digital format, leading to faster changes in them as per the need eResurvey - Advantages
  • 40. eBhulekh
  • 41. eBhulekh eResurvey eMaps eRecords eBhulekh – The Idea (Core GIS) eMojani eMutation  Data from various projects under eMahabhoomi to be shown through a single window application  eRecords  eMaps  eResurvey  eMutation  eMojani  All land related Information in chronological order for a particular land parcel
  • 42.  Single source of information for textual as well as spatial data  Facility to view current as well as historic information  Provision to view all pertinent information regarding a land parcel in a chronological order  Record of Rights  Other registers like mutation etc.  Maps  Registered Deeds and others eBhulekh – Advantages (Core GIS)
  • 43.  Application developed by NIC under the guidance of SC&DLR (M.S.), Pune  Pilot testing using data of few villages where eRecords, eMaps, eMojani, eChawadi and eResurvey is completed  Modification of the application based on stakeholder feedback is currently going on  State-wide rollout by end of FY 2014-15 eBhulekh – The Status (Core GIS)
  • 44. Key Achievements
  • 45.  eMojani – Successfully implemented since 1.1.2012  eChawadi – Rolled out in the entire state since 1.6.2013  eMutation – Rolled out in the entire state since 1.6.2013  eRecords – Rolled out in the entire state since 1.7.2014  eMaps and eResurvey - Pilot project implemented successfully and ready for state- wide rollout Key Achievements
  • 46.  More than 2.5 crores Record of Rights computerized and available through website – www.mahabhulekh.maharashtra.gov.in  Revamped department website available for citizens - www.bhumiabhilekh.maharashtra.gov.in  Online Provision of more than 55 lacs computerized Property Cards (urban RoR)  More than 10 lacs Record of Rights given per month, through various citizen service points like CSCs, Setu kendras etc.  Approx. 15,000 measurement applications handled per month, through eMojani application Key Achievements
  • 47.  Online Access to updated and accurate Record of Rights  Access to current and historical land related information  Assistance in creation of Town Planning Scheme  Assistance to Govt./Semi Govt./ Individual/ Group to obtain necessary permissions and implementing projects in a short time  GIS based planning of various facilities like roads and different utilities Digital Land Records in Smart Cities
  • 48. Thank You

×