The process is part of the Urban Property Records project
Computerisation will help get correct information
‘Each landed property to be numbered; owner
to be issued a registration card'
SHIMOGA: Commissioner for Survey and Land Records Kalpana held a meeting here on Tuesday to review the progress of the computerisation of urban property records being taken up in the district by Info Tech Company.
Shimoga is among the five cities in the State where computerisation of accurate property record system has been taken up under the Union Government-sponsored Urban Property Records project. The others cities are Hubli-Dharwad, Mysore, Mangalore and Bellary.
The officials informed the Commissioner that the satellite-assisted computerisation process was in its final stage in Shimoga. Each landed property, they said, would be given a number, and its owner would be issued a property registration card.
The computerisation of urban property was expected to be helpful to the municipal authorities in getting the correct and authentic information relating to urban property. Additional Deputy Commissioner Sri Rangaiah, Assistant Commissioner M.L. Vaishali, Tahsildar Chandrasekhar and City Planning Officers were present.