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Land Access for the poor. Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty Department of RD, Govt of AP. Outline of the Presentation. Land Access to the poor – a component in IKP Overview of Land Access activities Action Plan 2009-10 Support requested from Revenue Department.

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Land Access

for the poor

Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty

Department of RD, Govt of AP

outline of the presentation
Outline of the Presentation
  • Land Access to the poor – a component in IKP
  • Overview of Land Access activities
  • Action Plan 2009-10
  • Support requested from Revenue Department
land access to the poor a component in ikp
Land Access to the poor – a component in IKP

An exclusive facilitation unit established in SERP at State, district and sub district levels

facilitation unit district

Zilla

Samakhya

(District

Federation

of SHGs)

District Land Centers

Land Manager (Retired Revenue Officer)

Legal Coordinator (Fresh Law Graduate)

Lawyers Panel

Facilitation unit- District
facilitation unit mandal
Facilitation unit- Mandal

Graduates

trained in

land laws

Technically

qualified

youth trained

in survey

Paralegals

Mandal Samakhya

(Mandal Federation of SHGs)

Community Surveyors

trainings
Legal Coordinators and Land Managers trained by NALSAR and APARD

Paralegals recruited and trained

3 phases of training in the district, at AMR-APARD and NALSAR University of Law

NALSAR conducted Paralegal Certification Course

Trainings
trainings1
Community Surveyors trained and positioned

2 months training in AP Survey Training Academy

12 months apprenticeship with departmental mandal surveyors

2 years contract with Zilla Samakhyas

Trainings
bhoomi chaitanya deepikalu
Process guidelines developed to guide the paralegals and the community in how to proceed in different kinds of land issues

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-1: Assignment in Andhra Area

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-2: Assignment in Telangana Area

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-4: Ceiling Surplus Lands

Bhoomi Chaitanya Deepikalu
bhoomi chaitanya deepikalu1
Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-5: Record of Rights

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-6: Inam Lands (Telangana Area)

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-7: Sada Bainamas

Bhoomi Chaithanya Deepika-8: Survey Process

(Book 3 planned on Act 9 of 77 could not be brought out)

Bhoomi Chaitanya Deepikalu
implementation strategy
Implementation strategy
  • Identification of land issues of the poor
  • Collection of required material/evidence etc.
  • Submission to revenue officers
  • Follow up resolution
  • Handling court cases through lawyers panels
  • Law students support in LTR cases
  • Training the community on their land rights- Land sub-committees in the CBOs
initiative supported by revenue department
G.O.Ms.No.1148

CCLA issued series of circulars in December, 2006 on

Convergence committees/meetings

Providing required land records to IKP staff

JCs are holding convergence meetings with Tahsildars and Paralegals

330 Community Surveyors received licenses from Department of Survey. License fee exempted by the Govt.

Initiative supported by Revenue Department
action plan 09 10
Action Plan 09-10
  • Database of SC/ST Lands
    • Inventory of both assigned and patta lands
    • Listing out issues
    • Follow up for resolution
    • 9,375 revenue villages will be covered by December, 09
action plan 09 101
Action Plan 09-10
  • Resolution of land issues of the poor
    • Targets fixed to each land functionary
    • 1000 acres in exclusive land mandals and 750 acres in land+egs mandals
    • 3,00,000 acres to be accessed to the poor this year with secured title and possession
action plan 09 102
Action Plan 09-10
  • Forming and strengthening of VO Sub-Committees
    • 7900 VO Land sub-committee members will be identified and trained
    • Training is planned between July to September,09 in 3 phases
    • Training is on land rights, maintaining database of lands of the poor, converging with EGS, NPM etc.
action plan 09 103
Action Plan 09-10
  • Forest Rights
    • IKP assisted in facilitating title to
      • 1.71 lakh acres- Individual Rights
      • 3,692 acres- Community Rights
    • Presently involved in preparation and distribution of pattas
action plan 09 104
Action Plan 09-10
  • Dynamic Land Centers
    • Empanelling lawyers
    • Making available important records
      • FMBs available
      • Adangals/Pahanis/village maps available for few villages
land mis
Land MIS
  • Information is being captured on 44 issues in 12 categories
    • Assigned Land
    • Ceiling Surplus Lands
    • Patta Lands
    • Inam Lands
    • Record of Rights
    • Sada Bainamas
    • Forest Rights
    • House Sites
    • Tribal Lands in Scheduled Areas
    • Survey specific
    • Court Cases
    • Others
  • TCS is developing Software
support from rev dept requested
Support from Rev Dept requested
  • Reiteration of instructions to the Revenue Officers on
    • Conducting convergence meetings at District/Divisional/Mandal level regularly
    • Provision of land records and other registers
    • Giving priority to resolution of land issues of the poor
    • Review the progress in monthly RoCs
  • Recognizing the work of licensed community surveyors
  • Providing the services of Deputy Collectors/ Tahsildars on deputation
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