Munbai HC, dist collectorate to use software for expediting revenue cases

Sakal Times
Thursday, 2 November 2017

The RDC said that initially, Pune and Thane have been chosen by the court and, if the initiative is successful, it will be implemented across the state. “All officials were provided training on Tuesday and data about the cases will be fed in the software by the court and collectorates. The software will also help save time and effort and will ensure speedy disposal of cases. The number of such cases is huge and it becomes difficult to track each case

Pune: Mumbai High Court and the district collectorates will work in tandem to expedite revenue-related cases by using a software. Officials of the collectorate went through basic training on the software on Tuesday.
Resident Deputy Collector (RDC) Rajendra Muthe said the initiative was taken by the High Court. “The court and the collectorate will get alerts on mobile phones and e-mail, which will help track revenue-related cases. Our officials can respond in a better way to such cases with the software,” added Muthe.

The RDC said that initially, Pune and Thane have been chosen by the court and, if the initiative is successful, it will be implemented across the state. “All officials were provided training on Tuesday and data about the cases will be fed in the software by the court and collectorates. The software will also help save time and effort and will ensure speedy disposal of cases. The number of such cases is huge and it becomes difficult to track each case,” added Muthe.

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