About Web Land Telangana
The State Government of Telangana launched the Web Land Telangana project, which is aimed at clarifying and determining the boundaries between agricultural fields in the villages of Telangana. Telangana Web Land aptly named Web land. Because the computerization of records makes them readily available on the internet in Webland Project.
Telangana Web Land
In line with the massive Land Records Updating and Purification Programme, the Webland project started with the updating of land records in the Mulkalakalva village located in the Miryalaguda division, Telangana, India.
The village is the pilot site for the project to check feasibility as well as areas for improvement of land records verification. The pilot testing also used to get a feel for the actual land situation of the site.
The Webland Project
The Revenue Division Officer gave extensive and intensive training. To all the revenue officers, Girdavars, tahsildars and computer operators in the village. During the training, he showed them a template or proforma of the revenue profile. and discussed how to fill it up properly.
The success of the pilot test in Mulkalakalva, with the village, declared as the first with error-free revenue records gave the government the confidence to launch the project in the whole State.
The pilot village also the officials a chance to apply the theories they learned during the training since they encountered almost all of the possible scenarios there are an inland settlement and disputes.
The Tahsildars were deployed in order to verify all of the 258 Survey Numbers related to “Khasra” Pahani of Telangana Pahani. They weeded out and updated the names of the owners of the pattadars who already dead, eliminated double entries.
Recorder those who sold their lands as well as corrected the discrepancy between the manual and online records.
The final, but also a very important part of the Webland project is in order to put them in the public domain. They conducted a Gram Sabha where rectified pahanis read, looking out for further claims as well as objections.
Inquiries entertained for the immediate disposition of the objections. Then they updated the records and printed out 1-B forms for the Pattadars to sign. Their signature also serves as a proof of receipt of the forms.
- Telangana Web land Website: http://ccla.telangana.gov.in
- Telangana Pahani Official Website: http://mabhoomi.telangana.gov.in
- Govt of Telangana Official Website: http://www.telangana.gov.in
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaitelangana
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/telangana
- Telangana Revenue Minister Name: Sri Mohd Mahmood Ali
- Telangana Revenue Minister Contact Number: 9246379317