As a result of the Bhoomi Samman Award, Odhisha was recognized as the best state in the country and 19 districts were recognized. The award was presented by the President of India. As a result of its outstanding achievements, Odisha became the best state in the country. As a result of the implementation of DILRMP (the Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme), the state received the Bhoomi Samman Award. 19 districts of Odisha were also awarded prestigious awards, out of 68 districts across the country awarded prestigious awards, 19 districts of Odisha met all objectives of the Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme. There is a lot more to tell you about the Bhoomi Samman Awards. Keep reading this article as we have provided more noteworthy details in the following sections. The screen will scroll down as you scroll down.
Awards for Bhoomi Samman 2023
Odisha state received the prestigious Bhoomi Samman Award from President Droupadi Murmu in Vigyan Bhawan. Satyabrata Sahu, Additional Chief Secretary to Government, Revenue and DM Department, and other officers of the Revenue and DM Department led the Odisha team.
Nineteen districts of the state have achieved 100 percent of the DILRMP objectives in six components. Read more details by scrolling down.
In addition to 19 districts receiving Bhoomi Samman Awards in Droupadi Murmu’s tenure as President, there were 9 in the Kushinagar region, Nabarangpur, Nayagarh, Rayagada, Nuapada, and Sambalpur. District Collectors and DMs were present to receive the Bhoomi Samman Awards. State Minister. The event was attended by Faggan Singh Kulaste, Secretary, Department of Land Reform, Ajay Tirkey. Learn more about this topic by reading this article.
It is credited to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and his ministers for this remarkable achievement. It has been a pioneer state in digitizing land records and public services, which has reduced physical interfaces and intermediaries, which was the goal of the Revenue and DM Department. All 34 services of the Revenue and DM Department can now be accessed online. Online tracking is now available for applicants. Thanks to virtual courts, over 13000 cases have been heard and closed. A total of 19 districts have achieved 100 percent digitization of textual records, integration of textual and spatial data, digitization of spatial records, integration of Tahasil and registration offices, computerization of DSR/SR offices, and construction of modern record rooms.