Record of 26 revenue states computerised

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration has accelerated the pace of work on the computerisation of the land revenue record management information system in the rural areas of the capital and has so far verified and computerised the record of 26 revenue states.According to reports, the progress of the computerisation of land revenue record in the ICT was reviewed at a meeting of Project Steering Committee of land revenue record management information system, chaired by ICT Development/Finance Director Mushtaq Ahmed. ICT Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) Farasat Ali Khan informed the participants that the work on the computerisation of the land revenue record has been speeded up in ICT and record of 26 revenue states has been verified and computerised. The data entry of 50 revenue states has been completed and their computerisation is in progress, he added. He further informed that the scanning and indexing of 112 villages of the ICT has also been completed.The Electronic Government Directorate project director, and the officials of the Ministry of Information Technology attended the meeting. The commissioner Revenue said that the PC-1 of the project has been revised by the ICT administration and the Ministry of Information Technology, which is based upon the existing model of land record revenue computerisation project of the Government of Punjab and has been submitted to the Planning Commission for the approval from CDWP. An expenditure of Rs 22.878 million has been incurred on the project so far. According to the revised PC-1, the project is to be completed by December 2015. The committee also decided to expedite the hiring of the computer staff and enhance co-ordination among all related departments to ensure the completion of the project within the stipulated time. 

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