is the most prized possession of individual and next only to
water the land is largest single natural resource available to
the humanity. It is not important economic asset in an agrarian
economy but is an essential resource for one’s existence &
livelihood. Without land there can be no groundwork for carrying
on human activities.
growth, technological and social hazards, environmental
degradation have all taken into account today by the policy
makers, resource planners and administrators who make decisions
about the land. They need more detailed land information than
has been traditionally available. Although efforts are made to
improve the manual system of maintenance of land records but
these efforts are not sufficient. Computerisation of this oldest
system offer improved way of acquiring, storing, processing and
retrieving such information.