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Land Governance

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, but its growth potential can be further enhanced by improving the land governance system in the country. However the lack of a unified modern land management system has led to the fact that two thirds of all pending cases in the Indian courts are related to property disputes. Millions of Indians are unable to use their principal asset of land as collateral to borrow from the formal financial system.


India currently follows a system of Presumptive Land Titling system whereas most of the Nations are now moving towards Conclusive Titling System.

Indian government is implementing the DILRMP (Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme) in all states and Union Territories with the vision to achieve conclusive titling and strengthen the revenue collection. Draft Land Titling Bill, 2011 has been prepared by the DoLR (Department of Land Records) to be tabled in the parliament. At the operational level the land records and sub registrar offices need to get modern IT systems, adopt modern survey & cadastral mapping techniques with improved work procedures enabled by appropriate legal amendments.

At BLS we have a very rich experienced team of experts in the field of Land Management systems who have executed very large and complex programs in India and Overseas.

In order to address the issues in the Land Management BLS has developed the framework of Integrated Land Management System (ILMS) which consist of-:

  • Enabling real time land records
  • Automatic mutation on completion of Registration
  • Integration of textual and spatial records
  • Interconnectivity between land records and registration systems

    Land Governance: Directorate of Registration and Stamp Revenue, West Bengal

  • Introduction:

    Directorate of Registration & Stamp Revenue, Govt. of West Bengal has selected BLS International Services Limited (BLS) as a system integrator for state wide roll out for “Computerization and e-Governance of Registration Offices in West Bengal for Presidency Zone in Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. E-Nathikaran online services to be provided at the 81 Registration Offices with a faster, simpler and more cost effective service. The key objectives of the Project is to provide hassle free services to the Citizens through the use of improved technology and infrastructure with transparency and prompt citizen services.

  • Project Objective:

    The goals of the project is to improve the efficiency of Registration Offices and pass on the benefits of an efficient system to all stakeholders. Objective of the project as envisaged by DIRECTORATE OF REGISTRATION AND STAMP REVENUE WEST BENGAL is to provide hassle free services for all citizens.

  • The key objectives of the Project are to:

  • Provide hassle free & seamless services to the citizens through the use of improved technology and infrastructure.
  • Provide better turnaround times in the receipt, process and provision of all services pertaining to registration making it convenient and painless for the citizens.
  • Achieve transparency and effectiveness of service delivery.

Scope of Work

  • This BOMT model project under “DIRECTORATE OF REGISTRATION AND STAMP REVENUE WEST BENGAL” covers Site Preparation, IT and Non-IT Hardware Deployment (Desktop, Laptop, printer, Scanner, UPS, Green Generator, Biometric Device, etc..) along with applicable Software, Surveillance System , Scanning Data Entry, Bio-metric Capture and Operation & Maintenance.
  • Procurement, installation and commissioning of IT & Non-IT hardware along with all applicable system software to all the RO Offices (81) in Presidency Zone.
  • Support and Enhancement of the Application.
  • Manpower deployment along with project management for daily operations at Registration offices across the Presidency Zone from the date of signing the MSA.
  • To operate and maintain the project for a period of 5 years as per SLA.