Special Correspondent

JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Revenue Board has speeded up disposal of pending cases with active cooperation between the Bar and the Bench and formulated a special plan for deciding the departmental matters on priority after the recent computerisation of revenue records.

Revenue Board chairperson Kushal Singh said at a ceremony marking the 59th Foundation Day of the Board in Ajmer that the Board would take steps for protecting the interest of farmers by simplifying revenue-related procedures and mutation proceedings.

Ms. Singh pointed out that the Revenue Board was established in Jaipur in 1949 and shifted to Ajmer in 1958 following the merger of Ajmer-Merwara State into Rajasthan in 1956.

She called upon the Board officials to adopt a positive outlook for prompt disposal of work and honoured some officials for their distinguished work by giving away certificates of merit.