Now demarcation will be done 365 days throughout year, Drone (Air) Survey of populated area to be conducted
Friday - February 7, 2020 1:57 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Pilot project to begin with Chhindwara
Bhopal 06 Feb 2020: In a meeting held under the Chairmanship of Minister for Revenue Govind Singh Rajput, an MoU was signed between the Revenue
Department and Survey of India (GoI) for survey and demarcation of populated areas and to implement Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) system.
Rajput said that lot of problems were being faced in demarcation because of not finding marking stones at the time of standing crops as well as rains and lack of skilled chainmen.
Demarcation was only possible thrice a year. To avoid this problem, the Revenue department is going to introduce the ultra modern system.
For this MoU has been signed today with the Survey of India. He further said the pilot Project of the CORS will start from Chhindwara.
The Revenue Minister informed that due to absence of map of populated areas, dispute in demarcation and
encroachment on government land used to take place. Now demarcation will be done of the populated areas by drone system.
This will also help in preparing maps of populated areas. Population survey work of 55000 villages will be done in the whole state.
In the meeting, point wise presentation of the plan was given by the officer of the Survey of India.
Principal Secretary Revenue Manish Rastogi, Commissioner Land Records-Gwalior Gyaneshwar Patil, Chief Revenue Commissioner Rashmi and officers of the Survey of India were present on the occasion- Window to News
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