Punjab with Land Record Society PLRS

The farmers here can get the fard of their land, settlement and other documents relating to the department of revenue in computerized copies. Within an hour of the application, the record has been made available to farmers. The instructor of Fajilka said that the 102 villages online land records have been made from 104 villages in this tehsil. Also in the urban areas, 2 villages out of 11 have been recorded online now.

In addition to the 40 rural villages of Abohar tehsil has been recorded online to provide the land records via the official portal of PLRS. Also, the department is still working on uploading more data on the website. Sito Gunno all the 13 villages of tehsil has been recorded online. Khuiyan all 20 villages of Tehsil record of all servers are online.

Similarly, in the rural tehsil Arniwala, all 35 villages have been recorded online. Urban is one of two records. 123 of 130 rural villages in Tehsil Jalalabad have been online. The concept of land reforms is based on principles of equity and social justice. India’s independence was an agricultural system in which land ownership was concentrated in a few hands. This arrangement led to the exploitation of farmers and the rural population was a major hurdle in the socio-economic development.

After independence, the Indian government’s focus is on the equitable distribution of land and the enrichment of the country’s land reform was seen as a strong pillar. Department of Land Resources under the Ministry of Rural Development, distribution of surplus land confiscation, land and land records computerization – including the upgrade of records is the nodal agency for matters relating to land reform.

  • Tillage Land Border 

Land reforms in India were arranged in a certain specified beyond the range of landowners possession of the whole land will be acquired by the state of their landholdings and small landowners to make it beneficial or landless laborers will be allocated to meet the demand for land. Such land redistribution and social justice to achieve an effective measure to determine the maximum number of agricultural holdings.

The limit of existing Tillage and the applicable law of the unit was made ​​in 1972. The accumulated at least two crops in a year to 7.28 from 4.05 hectares of the land ceiling should be expanded. In the case of land may be much inferior to the maximum limit should not be more than 21.58 hectares. Horticultural crops and land to industrial and commercial establishments shall apply to the maximum extent. State governments Public religious, charitable and educational trusts can free the land from the ceiling. Besides, the distribution of land landless agricultural workers, especially the SC / ST relates to, should be given priority.

  • Land Records 

To effectively implement land reforms, modernization of land records is needed. Without a scientific survey of land surveyed in the Seventh Five Year Plan, kashtar and bantaidar name registration and to improve the efficiency of Lagaan officials stressed that the provision of training facilities. Land records have been computerized now. The 34th Amendment to the Constitution of India, land reforms has been excluded from the scope of judicial review and thus their implementation has been made much easier.

  • Registration of Land / Property 

If you purchased any property you need to register with the concerned authority so that you may be entitled to legal ownership with that land. This latest addition to creating and maintaining the official records to reduce fraud and helps solve disputes easily have too many.

Under the computerized Land and Property Registration system, registration is easy. This is transparency in pricing and middlemen are not required. In any State authority concerned is required to apply to the registrar or region, all of which may SDM (sub-district magistrate). Application forms may either be downloaded online or can be obtained from the office of the concerned authority. The deed is done after due verification of details and the registration process is completed.

How to Check Land Details in Punjab

The details and ROR (right of records) has given through the official website of PLRS. The official portal has given the option to get the fard for citizens in the state. The PLRS was founded by the state govt revenue dept under the act of 1860. The portal provides the facility to fard verification also along with the stamp duty calculator. See the below-given step by step process to check your land records in Punjab state through using the online portal:

Step 1 – First go to the official website www.plrs.org.inand click on the option of fard as the below-given image:

Step 2 – This page will redirect you in the new option of http://jamabandi.punjab.gov.in/default.aspx page first select your language in English after that enter your district name, for example, Amritsar then tehsil name as Ajnala after that your village name, for example, Adiwal and then the year of all fard for which you need here. See the below-given image where you can check all the details online step by step.

Step 3 – After selecting all information click on the search option on the same page you will get the options of request for correction of your records and also the submitting request for mutation. This page will send you now in the new section where the options have given for Jamabandi, Mutation, Mutation after the land registration and Roznamcha option. Select any one of these, for example, you need jamabandi then select it and click on the option.

Step 4 – This section will redirect you on a new page where you can see the options for searching your property with owner name, khewat, Khasra and khatouni number after that enter that particular information through you want to search the property.

Step 5 – After these all information here we have also attached a video on which you can see step by step process to download your fard. The verification process for your property fard has also given on the same page. After all the process your Fard will come out.