Sub-registrar offices to get new servers: IGR
Due to slow response system at sub-registrar’s offices, people have to wait for long or change their schedule, causing a delay in their property registration
Pune: While the problem of server snags at sub-registrar offices continues to bother citizens, Inspector General of Registration of Stamps (IGR) Anil Kawade said that it will take around three months to replace old technical systems with new servers.
Due to slow response system at sub-registrar’s offices, people have to wait for long or change their schedule, causing a delay in their property registration.
Advocate Amol Kajale-Patil, who helps people in property-related matters said some people come from out of Pune to register property and then suffer due to problems at the sub-registrar’s office. “Some citizens are handicapped while some are senior citizens. People have to take a holiday to register their property. Sometimes the document uploading is not working while sometimes there is server failure, causing problems to people,” added Kajale-Patil.
Speaking on the issue, Kawade said that the process of upgrading the systems is in progress.
“Currently, per server capacity is low, which is impacting the process of registration. However, the problem is not big and registration is going on at a good pace. Sometimes the registration is slow, while sometimes it is fast,”
The Inspector General has asked his officials to start the process manually if servers are not responding, but people choose to take the digital route, he said.
Advocate Amol Kajale-Patil stressed the need to have good Internet speed, servers and data security provisions at sub-registrar’s offices.