On 21st Jan,2011 The Financial Commissioner Revenue, Haryana along with the Director Land Records, Haryana, Commissioner Ambala Division, Ambala & SIO-cum- Sr. Technical Director (Sh. G.S. Bansal) Haryanavisited Cadastral Map Lab, Ambala. The complete demonstration of HARIS#HALRIS #Bhu naksha linkage was given to all the officers & all officers appreciated the efforts of NIC team. The project on pilot basis implemented at District Ambala in Haryana as per guideline of NLRMP scheme.
The primary objective to provide authenticated and secure ROR (Nakal of Record of Right) servicesto the citizen of Haryana along with updated map of their land. The Integrated HALRIS # Bhu- Naksha project is one of the very prestigious e-Governance project and complex in the nature as it provide the interface of Land Revenue Administration, property registration and linkage of texual spatial land records data in integrated manner on authenticated as well as authorization basis.
The Bhu- Naksha S/W was customized by incorporating Haryana specific requirements and it was integrated with HALRIS having following features:
(a) Importing digitized Cadastral map, provided by the HARSAC to Bhu- Naksha software
(b) Displaying the digitized map of the village.
(c) Displaying the particulars like owner names and area of the selected khasra on the map, picking directly from the HALRIS database.
(d) Tatima of the khasra during the mutation entry, using various option.
(e) Khasra Nakal of Sajra Aksh alongwith owners details.
(f) Map based queries like displaying of Govt.land on the map.
(g) Printing of Textual RoR as well as map of the plot.
The district administration has banned the use of polythene in the district after holding a meeting with principals of various educational institutes, office-bearers of market associations and local social welfare organisations.
Deputy Commissioner Sameer Pal Srow today said that the decision was taken as the Haryana government had recently announced a ban on storage and usage of polythene bags in the state. Due to low cost, polythene bags were popular and in demand in the market. Polythene bags had serious environment implications, including soil and water contamination, clogging of drains and sewers, he said.
A large number of students participated in a candle-lit march which was organised with the help of the district administration. The march passed through main bazaars of the cantonment in support of the ban with immediate effect.
Srow said the administration would seek the assistance of educational institutions to create awareness against the use of polythene bags. The measures taken by the district authorities would be rendered futile unless people took the initiative and pledged not to use polythene. “We have issued challan books to officials to penalise people using polythene bags,” he added.
District Ambala has stood first in the State in the implementation of Referral Transport Scheme introduced by the State Government on November 14, 2009 to ensure ambulance services to all the people in the State.
This was disclosed by Sameer Pal Saro, Deputy Commissioner while addressing a meeting of the Staff and drivers of the Referral Transport System at Trauma Centre,Civil Hospital, Ambala.
Haryana Director General, Health Services Navraj Sandhu has hounored Ambala DC For this achievement.