Towards ICT-enabled Land Administration System in India: A Case Study of Haryana

Date01 June 2018
DOI10.1177/0019556117750892
Published date01 June 2018
Subject MatterArticles
Article
Indian Journal of Public
Administration
64(2) 159–173
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DOI: 10.1177/0019556117750892
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1 Assistant Professor, Department of Public, Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
2 Research Scholar, Department of Public, Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
3 MPhil Student, Department of Public Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
Corresponding author:
Navreet, Assistant Professor, Department of Public, Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh,
India.
E-mail: navreet9@gmail.com
Towards ICT-enabled
Land Administration
System in India:
A Case Study of Haryana
Navreet1
Ravneet Kaur2
Anshul Bhatia3
Abstract
Agriculture constitutes as the largest livelihood provider in India. Land govern-
ance is thus very important. Strategically, interventions by the state through
policies and programmes at all levels of government are required for improved
land governance.
In order to address the complexity of land-related problems, government
has introduced e-governance practices in land administration. Government
of India has introduced National Land Records Modernisation Programme in
order to computerise land records and registration. The State Government
in Haryana has implemented the Haryana Land Registration Information System.
It is complete integrated workflow automation system of land record. The services
to citizens are provided through public services delivery centres ‘e-Disha’.
An attempt has been made in this article to assess the implementation of governance
reforms through information and communications technology in land sector in
the state of Haryana.
Keywords
Land rights, land administration, e-governance, transparency, accountability,
digitisation

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