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Enterprise WebGIS Solution for Managing Land Records. By Vinod Kumar IAS Commissioner Land Records & Settlement, Madhya Pradesh December 15-17, 2009, New Delhi. MP Land Records: Quick Facts. Area > 3 Lakh sqkms Fifty Districts Population > 6Cr Population density 200 people per sqkm

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enterprise webgis solution for managing land records
Enterprise WebGIS Solution for Managing Land Records

By Vinod Kumar IAS

Commissioner Land Records & Settlement, Madhya Pradesh

December 15-17, 2009, New Delhi

mp land records quick facts
MP Land Records: Quick Facts
  • Area > 3 Lakhsqkms
  • Fifty Districts
  • Population > 6Cr
  • Population density 200 people per sqkm
  • No of parcels > 3.7 Cr
major activities of the department
Major Activities of the Department
  • Nazul Land
    • Receive and Process applications
    • Premium and Rent
      • Demand Generation
      • Collection
  • Issue Copy of Land Records
    • Receive and Process Applications
      • Khasra Map
      • B1 Register
  • Mutation
  • Land Revenue
    • Rent
      • Demand Generation
      • Collection
  • Diversion of Land
    • Receive and Process applications
    • Premium and Rent
      • Demand Generation
      • Collection
objectives of the project
Objectives of the Project
  • To have a centralized and highly secured storage of land records
  • To utilize latest advancements in Geospatial industry in preserving and using digital land records data
  • To link map data and attribute data
  • To have a controlled multi location data update facility
  • To have full function Audit Trails with drill down reporting facility
  • To develop an Enterprise Solution to Manage Land Records and to provide Citizen Services
  • To establish and Run Tehsil level IT Centres to provide better and quicker services to the public
  • Integration with other departments
  • Issue Smart cards for Land Owners
scope of work to achieve objectives
Scope of work to achieve objectives
  • Establishment and Running of Highly Secured State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site
  • Get ISO certification for Data Centre for Security
  • Develop an Enterprise WebGIS Solution to Manage Land Records (Text and Map) and to provide Citizen Services
  • To have role based editing facility with full function audit trails
  • Establishment and Running of Tehsil level IT Centres
  • Connectivity between State Data Centre and IT Centres
  • Data Porting (Existing Digital Data and Newly Surveyed Data)
  • Generate Periodic Reports and Statistics
  • Operations and Maintenance for 5 years
conceptual design
Conceptual Design

Department Users Loc 1

Department Users Loc n

DR Site

IT Centre 1

IT Centre n

Public Counters

Public Counters

State Data Centre

Data Update Users

Data Update Users

Internet

VPN

Leased Line

Broadband

Special Users (Other Departments)

Public Users

land records state data centre
Land Records State Data Centre
  • Objective
    • Host Data and Application in a centralized manner
  • Scope of work
    • Design and Establishment of Data Centre
    • Get ISO Certification for Security
    • Running and Maintenance for 5 years
  • Highlights
    • High Data Security Features
    • High Capacity Design
    • High Availability Design
  • Disaster Recovery Data Centre
    • High band width VPN connectivity with DC
    • Synchronous Data Mirroring (SAN based)
    • In different Seismic Zone
enterprise webgis solution
Enterprise WebGIS Solution
  • Objective
    • Application to manage digital land records including editing
    • Application to provide citizen services
  • Scope of work
    • Design, Development and Implementation
    • Running and Maintenance for 5 years
  • Highlights
    • Centralized Web-based GIS Solution
    • Role based access control
    • High security features
    • Integrated Biometric Authentication
    • Faster citizen services through IT centres as well as through internet
    • Multi-user, multi location editing with audit trails
tehsil level it centers 341 in number
Tehsil level IT Centers (341 in Number)
  • Objective
    • Editing of data
    • Interface for citizen services
  • Scope
    • Design and Establishment
    • Running and Maintenance for 5 years
  • Highlights
    • Shorter service time
    • Biometric authentication while posting edits to the server
    • Single window for citizen services
data porting
Data Porting
  • Solution design ensures working with
    • Existing data being digitized after data porting exercise
    • New data to be surveyed
  • Scope includes:
    • Porting of data
    • Performing data quality checks of the data before posting the data to the live server
tender for executing the work
Tender for executing the work
  • Highlight
    • PPP BOOT model for managing land records
  • Two Step Vendor Selection Process
    • Technical Bid
    • Commercial Bid
  • Cost and Quality Based Selection Procedures
technical evaluation of bids
Technical Evaluation of Bids
  • Bidder’s Competence
    • 35 marks out of 100
technical evaluation of bids14
Technical Evaluation of Bids
  • Key Resources
    • 20 marks out of 100
technical evaluation of bids15
Technical Evaluation of Bids
  • Quality of the proposed solution
    • 45 marks out of 100
steps involved in execution data centre
Steps involved in Execution: Data Centre
  • Delivery, Installation, Configuration and Testing Plans
  • Delivery of materials
  • Installation, Configuration and Testing
  • Pilot Run
  • Disaster Recovery Mock Run
  • Full Roll out
  • Training
  • Security Audit
  • Commissioning
  • Technical Committee
    • Reviews at each stage
      • Adherence to Technical specifications
      • Adherence to timelines
      • Performance Review
    • Project Management
    • Monitoring and Control
steps involved in execution gis application
Steps involved in Execution: GIS Application
  • Detailed Project Plan
  • Requirement Analysis
  • Design
  • Coding
  • Unit, Module, System and Integration Testing
  • User Acceptance Testing
  • Full Function Rollout – Pilot Locations
  • Training
  • Full Function Rollout – All locations
  • Technical Committee
    • Reviews at each stage
      • Adherence to Technical specifications
      • Adherence to timelines
      • Performance Review
    • Project Management
    • Monitoring and Control
steps involved in execution it centres
Steps involved in Execution: IT Centres
  • Delivery, Installation and Configuration Plans
  • Delivery of materials
  • Installation, Configuration and Testing
  • Training
  • Technical Committee
    • Reviews at each stage
      • Adherence to Technical specifications
      • Adherence to timelines
      • Performance Review
    • Project Management
    • Monitoring and Control
operations and maintenance period
Operations and Maintenance Period
  • Supply of required man power to operate the system for all functionalities
  • Bug fixing, error corrections
  • Periodic data validations
  • Enhancements to the application
  • Generate Reports and statistics
highlights of ppp boot model
Highlights of PPP BOOT Model
  • All cost to be borne by the vendor
  • Vendor shall be paid fixed amounts (computed as per his winning bid amount) upon each service operation

(Details of payments in next slide)

  • Vendor is responsible for maintenance
payment model to the vendor
Payment model to the vendor
  • Bidder has to bid value for “n”
payment model to the vendor22
Payment model to the vendor
  • Bidder has to bid value for “n”
payment model to the vendor23
Payment model to the vendor
  • Bidder has to bid value for “n”
indicative no of transactions per year
Indicative No. of transactions per year
  • Guideline to investment recovery to bidders
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Indicative No. of transactions per year
  • Guideline to investment recovery to bidders
expected benefits to the citizen
Expected Benefits to the Citizen
  • Tehsil level single window service counters
  • Internet services
    • File applications
    • Make payments
    • Take Land Records Copy (Map and Text)
  • SMS Services
    • Payment due date reminders and payment confirmation
    • Land record details by return SMS
  • Smart card for ownership
  • Overall quicker and better services, Transparent procedures
expected benefits to the department
Expected Benefits to the department
  • Better Data Management
  • Better Data Handling
  • Ease in Processing Applications
  • Ease in Data Retrieval
  • No need to trace the map for taking copies
  • Uniformity in Procedures and Processes
  • Better Control over Data and Process
  • Easy Retrieval of Historical Transactions
thanks
Thanks!
  • For more information
    • E-mail: clrgwa@mp.nic.in
    • Phone: +91 751 2441200