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Banking on Pawan : Narinderjit Singh, Department of Information Technology, Government of Punjab

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All Tehsils will be providing computerised Land Records by March 2009”

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“All Tehsils will be providing computerised Land Records by March 2009”

Complete computerisation of Land Records in Punjab was expected by July 2008. Is this target achieved? What are the key learnings from this project?

The phase I of computerisation of Land Records in Punjab project is slated to be completed by December 2009. There are several issues which are addressed in the implementation of the project. There is some inconsistency in the  Land Records under the Land Records Act and Manual. There are about 30 percent illogical and inconsistent data which would need more than 1 lakh Fard Badrs for correcting this data. In addition to this, there is huge work of standardisation of revenue terminology which needs to be carried out. The project also requires re-engineering the Revenue Sub-system. Lastly, the software development work is very complex for this project due to non-standard procedures being followed in different areas.

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