The Directorate of Electronic Delivery of Citizen Services of Karnataka (India) will install a telecentre, a Bhoomi kiosk, which will connect all the 800 kiosks across the state.
The telecente will help users, who are fighting a land dispute case. The telecentre will also be connected to back end offices in 177 taluks. Only you need to enter your property details and get a copy of your RTC (Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops) document. This will enable you to fetch a land record copy even while your case is being heard in court. All the tele-centres have updated land records under the Bhoomi project. All these are connected to the main server in Bangalore through the V-SAT network.
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