JAMMU, NOVEMBER 10: Chief Secretary, B. V. R. Subrahmanyam chaired a High Level Meeting at Civil Secretariat, Jammu to finalize the steps for rolling out the Computerised Registration System across the UT of J&K. The ultimate objective of the Computerised Registration System would be to provide efficient, speedy and hassle free services to the people.
Financial Commissioner Finance, AK Mehta; Principal Secretary Information Technology, Bipul Pathak; Financial Commissioner Revenue / Inspector General Registration, Dr. Pawan Kotwal and Secretary Revenue participated in the meeting.
Requirements for rolling out the Computerised Registration System across the UT of J&K were discussed in adequate details. FC Revenue projected the requirement of funds for implementation of the project. It was decided that a four Member Committee will be constituted for rolling out a fully Computerised Registration System across the UT of J&K. The Committee will oversee the roll out of the system and guide individual stake holders/implementers for smooth implementation of the project. Based on the recommendations of the Committee, the Computerised Registration System will be rolled out fully by 30.11.2019.
While, the Hardware and Software components of the project will be procured by IT Department, other components of the Project will be procured by FC Revenue /I.G Registration after following the due procedure. The Finance Department will release the required funds to the FC Revenue/I.G Registration for meeting the costs on the establishment and Computerisation of Registration System.
Pertinent to mention that following the constitutional changes, the Government of J&K has created a separate and independent department of Registration for registration of various types of deeds/documents under the Registration Act 1908, along with creation of necessary staff. The Central Act is applicable to the UT of J&K from 31.10.2019. The Government has also appointed Officers as Registrars and Sub-Registrars for purposes of implementation of the provisions of the Act. The jurisdiction of the Registrars and Sub-Registrars has also been defined.