Access land conversion data online
By Express News Service - BHUBANESWAR
04th July 2012 12:03 PM
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday inaugurated the Integrated Asset Management System (IAMS) at the facilitation centre of the Central Record Room of the Secretariat.
The web-based integrated system will ensure smooth management of residential land within Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation area and bring transparency in the process of land management.
The system has been developed by an in-house technical team, Centre for Modernising Government Initiatives (CMGI) Cell of the General Administration Department.
Chief Secretary Bijay Patnaik said the facility would provide expeditious services with regard to conversion of leasehold land to freehold land outside the Secretariat so that people can easily have online access to necessary data without going through the procedural requirement for entry to Secretariat.
Special Secretary, GA Department, U N Behera said in the first phase land conversion works will be done online through this system. Later on mutation works will be added to it.
The allotment and change of Government quarters can also be done online through this system.
The new system will have the facility for receipt of acknowledgement through SMS. The status of applications can be traced online and intimation for deposit of conversion fees can also be sent through SMS.
Support staff of CMGI have been placed at the facilitation centre to provide necessary help to the applicants for filling applications online.
The facilitation centres will operate during office hours on all working days.
The centre will be equipped with web camera to catch live photo of the applicant. After filling the application, the applicant will get a unique identification number to check the status of his/her application anytime during office hours. The applicant will get a printed copy of the approval letter for deposit of conversion fees from the centre.
Rural Development Principal Secretary SN Tripathy, Special Secretary in-charge of administrative reforms cell Vijay Arora, Higher Education Secretary Aparajita Sarangi and School and Mass Education Secretary Rajesh Verma were present.
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