I. Since inception of DDA, Land Management Department has been one of the most important departments of the Delhi Development Authority. Managing the inventory of land, protection of DDA’s land from encroachment, maintaining and monitoring the record of Vacant Land parcels of LM, Horticulture & Engineering Department are some of the responsibilities assigned to the LM Department.
II. In order to maintain land records and manage and protect DDA Land effectively, LM Department has developed a web based portal i.e. LMIS (Land Management Information System).
III. The LMIS portal will be helpful to perform various works of LM Department on single platform through its 11 modules and 26 sub modules such as Land Inventory Module , encroachment detection and demolition, Damage Payee Modules etc.
I. To streamline and standardize the processes being followed by Land Management Department for its various work flows.
II. Major process of Land Management Department such as Land Inventory, Encroachment Removal through Demolition Programmes, Assessment of Damage on Damage Payee properties, issuing various notices under various sections of ‘The Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) act, 1971’, GIS related aspects of LM Department etc. are brought into a Single Web Based Portal for ease of monitoring.
III. To bring about efficiency in citizen centric services through its Damage Payee Modules wherein occupants of Damage Payee Properties can self – assess the Damage charges and pay the same using on-line mode.
IV. Various records of LM Department such as shizra, maps, notifications, awards etc. are stored in digitized form for record keeping and easy retrieval.
V. File Management Modules & Document Management Systems aims to improve the traceability of various files/orders/circulars of LM Department.
VI. Another major advantage of LMIS Module is that it improves productivity at works all of the important details can be found in a single place, contributing to effective decision making.
2.Land Inventory Module
(i) Land Inventory Module/ Property Register Module.
(ii) Land Transfer Module (Taking over / Handing Over).
3.Encroachment Management Module
(i) Security Module
(ii) Inspection & Survey Module
(iii) Encroachment Management Module.
(iv) Demolition Process Module.
(v) Public Complaints / Feedback Module.
4. Damage Payee
(i) Registration Module.
(ii) Demand Letters Maintenance Module.
(iii) Imposition of charges -misuse, interest.
(iv) Demand & Collection Ledger.
(v) Defaulter Listing.
(vi) Penalty Imposition & Relief.
(vii) Payment verification & Recon.
(viii) Damage Payee Property Module.
5. File data Loading
6. Document Management System
7. Court Case Management Module
8. Acquired Land Information Module
9. New Land Acquisition Module
10. Temporary Lease / License Module
(i) Temporary Lease / License.
(ii) Collection & verification of Application / Documents for Scheme.
(iii) Determination and Restoration of Lease /Licenses.
(iv) Calculation of outstanding Ground rent Module.
11. GIS Module
I. These ICT bases workflow modules standardize all the processes involved in the functioning of the Land Management Department, making the entire system digitized and much more effective.
II.LMIS modules assist in easy access to the land inventory, all the relevant records/files, and other documents required to effectively perform various tasks in the Land Management Department.
III. Citizen-centric approach of the Damage Module will help the occupants of Damage Payee properties to self-assess the Damage and pay the same through online mode. Online generation of various notices under the PPE Act, 1971 will assist the Damage branch in effectively issuing notices and monitoring the same online.
IV. In a nutshell, the Modules bring about transparency, effectiveness, and standardization in the process flow of the Land Management Department and make the entire workflow robust and easy to monitor.