Pune dist set to miss deadline for digitising 7/12 extracts of land

ST Correspondent
Sunday, 18 March 2018

Pune: Pune district is yet again on course to miss the deadline set by the government for uploading details of 7/12 extracts of land online, as data of 53 per cent of villages in Pune is yet to be uploaded.

The government has currently set a deadline of March 31, which would have to be extended further. As per information given by officials of the district administration department, out of the 1,911 villages in Pune district, data of 7/12 extracts of land in only 913 villages has been uploaded online.

Pune: Pune district is yet again on course to miss the deadline set by the government for uploading details of 7/12 extracts of land online, as data of 53 per cent of villages in Pune is yet to be uploaded.

The government has currently set a deadline of March 31, which would have to be extended further. As per information given by officials of the district administration department, out of the 1,911 villages in Pune district, data of 7/12 extracts of land in only 913 villages has been uploaded online.

Speaking about the slow progress of the updation of record on the online platform, Deputy Collector Vijaysinh Deshmukh said that there are various issues the department is facing while executing the work. “The project is currently facing the issue of incorrect or misspelled names. Similarly, the details of owners and their heirs have not been uploaded properly on the online platform.”

“We are aiming to do a flawless job and hence the progress is slow,” added Deshmukh. In total, Pune has around 14.34 lakh accounts of  7/12 extracts of land. Speaking on the progress of taluka level in online updation of 7/12 extract of land, Deshmukh said that except haveli taluka, there is good progress in talukas like Velha with around 71 per cent done, Indapur 63 per cent and Maval 55 per cent.

The project is expected to create a database for the land records department, sub-registrar offices and tehsil offices. They will eventually be connected for real time data sharing and computerised 7/12 extracts will be given to land owners. The digitisation process will ensure reduction in procedures, litigations while bringing about ease of doing business for industries.

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