Bhubaneswar: Availing land records information and revenue cases in Odisha is just a click away with launching of the Online Revenue Court Case Monitoring System (RCCMS) here on Tuesday.
After launching the online services, Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi said that the technology will enhance the accessibility of people to the service delivering system.
He directed all the revenue officials to adopt more IT enabled services (ITeS) for quick and accurate delivery of services.
Explaining the functionality of RCCMS, Additional Secretary Sangram Mohapatra said that the officers in Revenue department will now deal with the cases through online.
The moment an applicant submits his application it would be entered in the system and the applicant will get the case number, user ID and pass words through SMS. The officers will update the info regarding the case on website. The applicant can see the status of his case and final order by logging into the system through his user ID and password. The system will reduce the burden of running to Tehsils and other revenue officers and will weed out vested interests, Mohapatra added.
The Tehsildars, Additional District Magistrates and other revenue officers were asked to enter all the necessary data and inputs on the system.
Revenue & Disaster Management Principal Secretary Chandra Sekhar Kumar asked all Sub-Collectors and Tehsildars to have an assessment of the presently running computers in their respective offices and see how many of them have old configuration like Intel Processor/512. They were asked to upgrade the computers with latest versions of the configuration with preloaded antivirus.
The Chief Secretary Padhi also inaugurated a booklet on e-Governance initiatives undertaken by Revenue & Disaster Management. He visited the Project Monitoring Unit of the department and inspected the actual flow of work in online systems.