The website works on the lines of core banking system and every transaction of land would be recorded and updated immediately.
“The Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) has been entrusted the job of designing and maintenance of website. Formal orders will be given soon. To begin with first level of services such as land mutation will be made available immediately after launching the website on March 12,“ Vakati Karuna, director, Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) wing told TOI.
Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao earlier directed the revenue officials to design a website which should be a one stop solution on land issues. Since land purification exercise has begun, he asked the officials that all the land transactions have to be updated immediately after any transactions.
Tehsildars of respective mandals would be given the responsibility of registrations and mutations of land. Recently, a training programme on land registrations has been started for tehsildars.
According to official sources, the state government would spend about Rs 116 crore for `Dharani’ website and a special IT team has finalized the required features of the website by consulting revenue and registration departments.The website will have special features like linking to new passbooks with GPS system and can be tracked from anywhere. “Anybody can buy or sell the land from anywhere even from abroad,” a senior official from the revenue department said.
Once the software is ready, the integrated land management system servers would be placed at the state data centre at Gachibowli. Maintenance and update of land records would happen from the data centre.Sources said, since the land information is crucial, both IL&FS and the state government have discussed about the safety and security of the land information in the system with cyber security experts on the issue.