Computerization of Land Records and Registration


The Land Records MMP, The National Land Records Modernization Programme (NLRMP), being implemented by Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), seeks to accomplish the following across States:

  • Completion of all data entry related to digitization of land records
  • Provision of legal sanctity to computerized Records-of-Rights (RoRs)
  • Stopping further issue of manual RORs
  • Setting up computer centers at Tehsils
  • Enabling Web access

The main objectives of the MMP are:

  • To facilitate easy maintenance and updates in land databases
  • To provide for comprehensive scrutiny to make land records tamper-proof (in an effort to reduce the menace of litigation and social conflicts associated with land disputes)
  • To provide the required support for implementation of development programmes for which data about distribution of land holdings is vital
  • To facilitate detailed planning for infrastructural as well as environment development
  • To facilitate preparation of an annual set of records in the mechanised process, thereby producing accurate documents for recording details such as collection of land revenue, cropping pattern, etc.
  • To facilitate a variety of standard and ad-hoc queries on land data
  • To provide database for agricultural census

Core Services offered under the Land Records MMP are:

  • Issue of copies of RoRs
  • Crop, irrigation and soil details
  • Filing and tracking of status of mutation cases
  • Availability and submission of forms

NRLMP Status in Tripura:
The project for computerization of land records was initiated in 1991-92 in North District under scheme of M/o Rural Development, Department of Land Resources and the same was extended to other districts in 1993-94. Currently, JAMI Version 3.0 has been implemented in all 45 DC circles. Also, the process of digitization of maps has been completed. Regarding computerization of Registration, the project was initiated in 2006 in 4 registration offices of West District, namely, Bishalgarh, Sadar, Khowai and Sonamura, with application called ‘CORD’ that  has been implemented in all registration offices now. More than Ten (10) lakhs Khatians have been computerized and uploaded in website.