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                           WEBLAND


                         Developed for

           Chief Commissioner for Land Administration
                       Andhra Pradesh




                          Approach Paper
                           Version 1.0




                 National Informatics Centre
              Andhra Pradesh State Centre (APSC)
                         Hyderabad.


            Doct Id: NIC-APSC-ESD-REV-APPROACH




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Studied & Prepared by
V.VijayMohan,SSA
 T.Rama Rao,SSA

Reviewed and Approved by

Sh. B.V.Sarma,
Deputy Director General & State Informatics Officer,
NIC, AP State Centre, Hyderabad




Copyright

This document is controlled and should not be copied, printed or
distributed




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Amendment Log



     Version                   Change       Brief          Sections
               Release Date
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                                Table of Contents

  1.0      Preamble                                              Page

           1.1   Background                                      5
           1.2   Introduction
           1.3   Scope                                           6
           1.4   Purpose                                         6
           1.5   About WEBLAND                                   6
                 1.5.1     Abstract                              6
                 1.5.2     Process Flow                          7
                 1.5.3     Technology                            8




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1.0   Preamble

1.1   Background

Government of Andhra Pradesh desired to have the citizen Services available
in a centralized platform and deliver services through all citizen service
centres such as e-seva, APONLINE and CSCs across the state under the
initiative called as “Mee Seva”.


The Revenue Department, Andhra Pradesh has approved the electronic
delivery of the following Nine (9) services to citizens Across-the-Counter
(ATC) from designated “MeeSeva” Kiosks.


                I.      Extract of Adangal
                II.     Extract of RoR-1B
                III.    Copy of FMB
                IV.     Copy of Village Map
                V.      Income Certificate
                VI.     Residence Certificate
                VII.    Integrated Caste-Nativity-Date-Of-Birth Certificate
                VIII.   Mutations of Entries in Revenue Records
                IX.     F-Line Petitions / Sub-Division of Lands

Services delivered through Mee Seva are broadly classified into Category “A”
and Category “B”. Category “A” services can be delivered across the counter
by the Mee Seva kiosk operator within 15 minutes of the request of citizen.
No supporting documents are required to avail this service.


Availability of digitally signed data is the prerequisite for these services.
Category “B” service requires back end operations from concerned office of
the issuing authority. These services are further classified into Category B1
and B2 based on the nature and back-end process involved for delivering the
service. Category “B1” services can be moved to category “A” from the
second   and      subsequent     request   onwards.   Category   “B2”   service   is
Transactional/Statutory in nature where Notices/Hearings/Field Inspections
are required.


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As mentioned, the pre-requisite for issue of Category “A” services is to
establish a database digitally signed by the competent authorities. At
present, authentic databases are not available to issue the following
mentioned two (2) certificates under Category “A”.


             I.      Extract of Adangal/Pahani
             II.     Extract of RoR-1B


1.2   Introduction : The CCLA Chief Commissioner of Land Administration
      is the nodal authority for maintaining land details in Andhra Pradesh.
      Tahsildar maintains the land related records in the Mandals and
      updates the data based on field reports received from Village. Village
      revenue officer (VRO) is responsible for maintenance of the records in
      the village. He also conducts the field enquiries and submits a report
      to Tahsildar for updation of the records.



      Presently the following registers are being maintained by Tahsil
      authorities.

     Permanent Resettlement Register: This is a main register which
      contains details of all land in the village. The data includes survey
      number, nature of land, source of irrigation, type of land, extent, tax,
      owner with patta number etc. This is the base register of the village.


     Amendment register (register No-2): This contains details of all
      changes that took place during one fasli year. Over a time period,
      changes occur in land details due to various reasons like Sale, Patta
      allotment, Gift, Request for subdivision, Change in nature of land,
      earmarking Govt. for social purpose etc. The register contains following
      details: Survey number where change takes place, extent, tax to be
      collected, officer details who performed the change, nature/extent of
      land before and after the change, data of entry in Pahani, changed
      khatha number, remarks.



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     Pahani / Adangal ( Register No-3): This contains two parts. The first
      part (column 1-15) details with ownership of the land and part 2
      (columns 16-31) deals with crop details.


     ROR-1B

Land Records Computerization:

NIC has already developed an application for Land Records computerization
in Client/Server based architecture and same has been deployed in all
districts of AP in 1100+Tahsil Offices.

The Main Features of client server application:

It covered 1-31 columns of Adangal/Pahani ,Generation of Adangal/Pahani
with FMB. Data was stored in ISCII Format. Total Mutation Process was also
available in old client server based application with various reports generated
from the application.



Limitations in the Client server application:

Technical expertise required to install the database/software at Tahsil level.
Minor changes in application have to be replicated at all 1100+ Tahasil
Offices. There was no data security as the servers were locally maintained.
There were no data updations, only updations done on special drives with
least or no facilities for monitoring. As Database and applications reside at
mandal level, it is very difficult to know the status from remote place. With
this system it is very difficult to generate land related certificates such as
Adangal/Pahani, ROR-1B from anywhere.




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1.3    Scope

              The scope of this document is to
              I.    Discuss the Process and Technology related to WEBLAND
                    implemented in Andhra Pradesh


1.4    Purpose

              The purpose of this document is to
              I.    Bring out state-specific Requirements
              II.   Identify limitations in the existing process of data capture
                    / verify / digitally sign
              III.  Bring out Customizations required in WEBLAND to make
                    the application scalable and uniform

1.5.   About WEBLAND
1.5.1. Abstract



Secretary, Department of IT & C ,      Government     of Andhra Pradesh, vide
letter No 108/IT&C/COMM/2011/08 dated 06/08/2011 has informed NIC the
decision of the Government of AP to centralize the databases of Land Records
and create a digitally signed database so as to deliver citizen services
through Citizen Service Centres. Further he had requested NIC to develop a
web based application which can ensure real time accurate data. In this
context, a software application, WEBLAND, was designed and developed by
National Informatics Centre, Hyderabad, for the preparation of the Digitally
Signed database of Land Records to enable electronic delivery of the Adangal
/ Pahani, ROR – 1B certificates under “Category A”.

The following features are available in webland:


      To facilitate on-line entry / updation of Village master, Pattadar
       Master, Resettlement, Land Holdings (1-15 Columns) & Occupant
       details.

      Season wise crops entry / updation (16-31 columns) provided for
       Tahsildars.



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      Mutation requests from MeeSeva counters, Tahsildar offices and SROs
       are captured through Webland and a detailed mutation work flow
       provided for Tahsildar.

      Digital signature for Pahani/Adangal data.

      Data ported to the webland database was verified online by the
       Tahsildars and digitally signed to deliver the data through webservices
       to the Meeseva portal for delivery of various Certificates to the
       Citizens.

      Revocation of Digitally signed records for data correction / Updating.

      Dispute register module to capture survey numbers under dispute for
       various reasons.

      Assigning of Unique Numbers to pattadars and Government lands.

      Generation of Pahani/Adangal(1-31 columns) and ROR .

      Role-based access to users at all levels of administration.

      Joint Collectors to view the Pahani / Adangal of any village in their
       district.

      CCLA to view the Pahani / Adangal of any village       in the state.

      Tahsildar to view the Pahani / Adangal of his respective mandal.

      User authentication through login-id & password.

      Single sign-on from Meeseva to Webland Portal.

      Verification of digital signature at the time of issue of certificates.



The stake holders in webland are

O/o Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, District              Collectorates,
Mandal Revenue Offices, Mee-Seva Centres, National Informatics Centre and
Citizens .




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1.5.2 Process Flow

     The data and the process flow are explained in the diagram given
     below.




  1.5.3    Technology

           II.    Development – Microsoft .Net Technologies. MS SQL
                  Server 2008
           III.   Deployment – MS IIS 7.5 Web Server for Hosting. MS
                  SQL Server 2008 for Database.
           IV.    Apache Tomcat server for Digital signing component




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