The ambitious project of the state government to provide immediate 7/12 land extracts and other documents related to land would be rolled out across the state from June 15. Land and settlement commissioner Chandrakant Dalvi,while speaking to the media on Monday,said that training is being conducted for the programme.
As per the e-chawdi programme,applicants would be able to access 7/12 extract of their land from the village talathi. The programme for accessing the necessary documents would be loaded on the laptops of the talathis. The talathi,would be able to give print out of the documents from their lap tops,which would be provided at concessional rates by the government.
The first batch of trainers who would be imparting training to the talathis. Then they would subsequently be able to implement the same across the state, he said.
Meanwhile,the settlement survey of the 6 villages in Mulshi according to Dalvi,have entered the second step,with actual survey work starting from last week. Once the survey is completed,it would be matched with the satellite images of the region obtained from the National Remote Sensing Agency Hyderabad. Suggestions and objections would be invited from people about the same and then it would be Gazetted. This resettlment survey would give us an idea about the magnitude of the work we have to undertake for the state, he said.