Online Revenue Court Case Monitoring System for quick disposal of cases


Bhubaneswar: In a major boost towards quick disposal of revenue cases at Tahasil and district levels, the Odisha government on Tuesday launched the Online Revenue Court Case Monitoring System (RCCMS) here.

“Technology is the key to more transparency and good governance. It also enhances the accessibility of the people to the service delivering system,” said chief secretary AP Padhi after launching the Online Revenue Court Case Monitoring System.

He directed all the revenue officers to adopt more and more ITES for quick and accurate delivery of services.

The chief secretary also inaugurated a booklet on e-Governance initiatives taken by Revenue & Disaster Management Department.

Department secretary Dr Chandra Sekhar Kumar explained the basic objectives and modus operandi of these e-Governance modules.

Padhi visited the Project Monitoring Unit of the department and inspected the actual flow of work in online systems.

Explaining the RCCMS, additional secretary Sangram Mohapatra said that the officers dealing with revenue cases would do all the case related transaction through this online system.

The moment an applicant submits his application it would be entered into the system and the applicant would get the case number, user ID and passwords through SMS.

Mohapatra said, “Then after the officers will write their notes and orders in the online system. The applicant can see the status of his case and final order by logging into the system through his user ID and password”.

This will reduce the burden of running to Tahasils and other revenue offices and will also weed out vested interests. The Tahasildars, Additional District Magistrates and other revenue officers were asked to enter all the necessary data and inputs on the system.

Kumar asked all Sub-Collectors and Tahasildars to have an assessment of the presently running computers in their respective offices and see how many of them have the old configuration like Intel Processor/512.

They were asked to upgrade the computers with latest versions of the configuration with preloaded antivirus.

Available data showed, as of now e-registration has been made functional in 187 Sub-Registrar offices and more than 95 Thasil offices are already having online mutation system.

Gradually, all Tahasils will have e-mutation with the increasing internet connectivity. Besides, the department has also put in place the ITES systems like Dynamic Web Information System of Tahasils, Document Management System, Bhulekh and Bhunaksa. The department has set the roadmap for introducing online revenue collection and Government land banking system.