BHUBANESWAR: After successfully piloting online mutation of land in seven tehsils of the State, the Government on Saturday decided to roll out the e-mutation system in all the 317 tehsils.
This was decided at a high-level meeting chaired by Chief Secretary AP Padhi here. Online mutation of land undertaken in seven tehsils of Khurda, Jatni, Chhatrapur, Jharsuguda, Boudh, Phulbani and Nayagarh on an experimental basis was a great success, he informed.
The meeting decided to connect all tehsils with internet services through multi-protocol level switching system. The Chief Secretary directed to complete the process within six months to expedite the automation system for mutation of land. Funds will not be constraint, he said.
A decision was also taken to digitise the offices of Revenue Inspectors (RIs) and develop a software to keep the Saltamami records upto date.
The Chief Secretary directed the NIC to develop the software within three months. The meeting also decided to develop a software for the management of cases in revenue courts. Padhi also directed to put in place appropriate interfaces for use of the data by various Government departments. Meanwhile, Record of Rights (RoR) of all 51,675 revenue villages have been computerised and put online on Bhulekh website. Maps of 51,612 villages have been digitised and uploaded to the website.
Similarly, modern record rooms have been developed in more than 300 tehsils and steps taken to develop similar facility in the remaining ones. While all 185 sub-registrar offices have been computerised, registered deeds from 1995 onwards have been digitised and stored in the central server which is available to registration officers online for verification of incumbency and other matters. As many as 300 of 317 tehsils and all 185 registration offices have been covered under SWAN.