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Bihar to Complete Digitization of Land Records by Year-End

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By Neeraj Kumar

Patna: Land survey work is progressing rapidly in Bihar, aiming to have all land records of the state completely digital by the end of this year. All district archives will be converted into digital libraries, eliminating the need for repeated visits to offices for revenue-related records. Information related to land will soon be accessible with just one click.

This transformation is set to be completed under the fourth Krishi Road Map in Bihar. This year, 274 zones of the state will be converted into digital libraries, adding to the 260 zones where the digital library work has already been completed. In total, 534 zones will be converted into digital libraries, with the government spending approximately Rs 25 crore on this entire project.

In addition to the digital library initiative, another significant project involves georeferencing the land maps of revenue villages in 30 districts. This means that the land maps will be linked to satellite images, enhancing their accuracy and allowing for precise land evaluations from any location. This work has already been completed in 8 districts.

Across the state, 135,865 maps of all revenue villages have already been digitized, making these maps easily accessible to farmers. Additionally, the process of scanning revenue maps and consolidation records will be completed in the next three years. Once scanned, these documents will also be available online.


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