Really, it is a hectic and tiresome activity to stand in a queue and spend hours and hours to access property records in a government office. To give an end to this problem, the state government will soon introduce computerised registration of land and property records and khata transfer system at sub-register offices records for easy availability of all copies in time to public.
The khata transfer and registration of all land records had been a cumbersome procedure. With the advent of information technology, the gap between rural and urban areas should be reduced. To end this problem the government has decided to extend IT knowledge to rural areas to give suitable information to farmers about crop, soil testing, marketing etc at their door steps IT through e-Village concept. Bhoomi land record centre has been set up in 50 places in Davanagere district to help farmers. As an experimental basis at Belgaum city the computerisation programme of land and property records were taken up.
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