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Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani: A Revolutionary Initiative for Land Owners in J&K


Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani: A Land Records Information System for Jammu and Kashmir




Introduction




Land is a valuable asset that provides livelihoods, security and identity to millions of people. However, accessing and managing land records can be a daunting task for many land owners in India. They often face problems such as outdated or inaccurate records, corruption, fraud, disputes and litigation. To address these issues and improve land governance, the government of Jammu and Kashmir launched a land records information system called "Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani" (AZAN) on October 22, 2021.


AZAN is a web-based platform that allows citizens to view or monitor the status of their revenue records online. They can also obtain copies of their land records such as Jamabandi or Khasra Girdwari without visiting any office. The system is integrated with geospatial data and satellite imagery to provide accurate and updated information on land use and change. The system is part of the Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP) that aims to modernize management of land records and ensure conclusive titles to immovable properties in the country.




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and improve efficiency of revenue offices.


Features of Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani




AZAN has several features that make it a user-friendly and reliable system for land monitoring. Some of the main features are:


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Geotagging




Geotagging is the process of adding geographical information to digital data such as images, videos or documents. AZAN uses geotagging to link land records with geospatial data and satellite imagery. This helps to verify the location, area and boundaries of land parcels and detect any changes or encroachments. Geotagging also enables users to view their land on a map and navigate to it using GPS coordinates.


Property ID Board




A property ID board is a signboard that displays the details of a land parcel such as owner name, property ID, area, survey number etc. AZAN provides property ID boards to all land owners who register their land on the system. The property ID boards are installed at the entrance or boundary of the land parcels and are scanned by QR code readers. The property ID boards help to identify and authenticate the ownership of land and prevent fraud or disputes.


Boundary Marking




Boundary marking is the process of demarcating the limits of a land parcel using physical markers such as stones, pillars or fences. AZAN uses boundary marking to ensure that the land records match with the ground reality and avoid any confusion or conflict. Boundary marking also helps to protect the land from encroachment or illegal occupation. AZAN provides boundary markers to all land owners who register their land on the system.


Personal Visit




A personal visit is a field verification of a land parcel by a revenue official or a third-party agency. AZAN conducts personal visits to all land parcels that are registered on the system. The personal visits are done to check the accuracy and validity of the land records and geotagging data. The personal visits also help to resolve any issues or grievances related to land ownership or transfer.


Property Photographs




Property photographs are digital images of a land parcel that capture its features, condition and surroundings. AZAN collects property photographs from all land owners who register their land on the system. The property photographs are uploaded on the online dashboard and linked with the land records and geotagging data. The property photographs help to provide a visual representation of the land and enhance its value and appeal.


Online Dashboard




An online dashboard is a web-based interface that allows users to access, manage and monitor their land records online. AZAN provides an online dashboard to all land owners who register their land on the system. The online dashboard displays the details of the land parcels such as owner name, property ID, area, survey number, geotagging data, property photographs etc. The online dashboard also allows users to download or print copies of their land records, pay property taxes, apply for construction or legal services, lodge complaints or feedback etc.


Challenges and Opportunities for Land Monitoring in India




Land monitoring is a crucial aspect of land governance that ensures transparency, accountability and efficiency in managing land resources. However, land monitoring in India faces several challenges such as:


Challenges




  • Lack of data: India has a large and diverse land mass with multiple types of land use and ownership. However, there is no comprehensive and reliable database of land records at the national level. The existing data is often fragmented, outdated, incomplete or inaccurate.



  • Lack of transparency: India has a complex and cumbersome system of land administration that involves multiple agencies, laws and procedures. There is no clear or consistent mechanism for sharing or accessing information on land records among different stakeholders. This leads to opacity, confusion and corruption in land transactions.



  • Lack of coordination: India has a federal structure with different levels of government having different roles and responsibilities in land management. However, there is no effective coordination or integration among them in terms of policies, standards or technologies. This results in duplication, inconsistency and inefficiency in land monitoring.



  • Lack of capacity: India has a shortage of skilled and trained human resources for land monitoring. There is also a lack of adequate infrastructure, equipment and funds for collecting, processing and disseminating data on land records. This affects the quality and timeliness of land monitoring.



Despite these challenges, there are also some opportunities for improving land monitoring in India such as:


Opportunities




satellite data for various applications. Satellite data can be used to monitor land use and change, detect encroachment or illegal activities, assess land value and potential, support planning and decision making etc.


  • Using cloud computing: India has a growing IT sector that offers cloud computing services for storing, processing and accessing large amounts of data. Cloud computing can be used to create a centralized and secure database of land records that can be accessed by different stakeholders anytime and anywhere.



  • Using machine learning: India has a talented pool of researchers and innovators who are developing machine learning algorithms for various domains. Machine learning can be used to analyze and interpret data on land records, identify patterns and trends, generate insights and recommendations, automate tasks and processes etc.



Conclusion




Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani is a land records information system that aims to provide easy online access to the land records system and reduce manipulation and improve efficiency of revenue offices. It is a web-based platform that allows citizens to view or monitor the status of their revenue records online. They can also obtain copies of their land records such as Jamabandi or Khasra Girdwari without visiting any office. The system is integrated with geospatial data and satellite imagery to provide accurate and updated information on land use and change.


AZAN has several features that make it a user-friendly and reliable system for land monitoring. Some of the main features are geotagging, property ID board, boundary marking, personal visit, property photographs, online dashboard etc. These features help to verify the location, area and boundaries of land parcels and detect any changes or encroachments. They also help to identify and authenticate the ownership of land and prevent fraud or disputes. They also help to provide a visual representation of the land and enhance its value and appeal.


AZAN is an important milestone to provide transparent and accountable services to the common people. It is also a part of the Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP) that aims to modernize management of land records and ensure conclusive titles to immovable properties in the country. AZAN is an example of how technology can be used to improve land governance and management in Ind


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