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Haryana’s Revenue Department goes online

It will help the department to monitor progress of revenue court cases across the state

Chandigarh: The Haryana government has introduced an online web-enabled monitoring system to monitor the progress of disposal of revenue court cases in all the districts. 

Haryana Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary (Revenue) Naresh Gulati has directed all Deputy Commissioners to make use of the newly introduced software to dispose off the old cases on a priority basis.

“All the Deputy Commissioners have been told to put the information of the court cases on the software within next one month. Divisional Commissioners have also been asked to review the status of court cases regularly and take remedial measures wherever necessary,” Gulati said.

The state government has introduced the Haryana Land Record Information System (HALRIS), a SQL server-based software programme. It will be used by it for the computerisation of land records in the state. The software has been developed by the state unit of the National Informatics Centre (NIC).

The Deputy Commissioners have been directed to make all the jamabandis (land records) online by December 2010. They have also been told to regularly update the already existing online Jamabandis with the mutations.

“Keeping future requirements in view, the HALRIS has been developed with an objective of providing single window services, wherein there is timely registration and transparent and reliable transactions pertaining to land. It is a great tool to monitor the revenue generated through registrations,” the Financial Commissioner informed.

The HALRIS had been designed by using user-friendly Windows-based technologies. Once the Deputy Commissioners start regularly uploading the data through the HALRIS, it would allow the state authorities to monitor the revenue collection through different modes of registration and also help in adoption of better policy alternatives for the collection of stamp duty, Gulati added.

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