Now, Uran farm­ers can get own­er­ship of land proof on­line TECHSHIKSHA NOW IN PAN­VEL

Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - HT Navi Mumbai Live - - NAVI MUMBAI - Tas­neem Kausar ■ ht­for­nav­i­mum­bai@hin­dus­tan­times.com

URAN: Farm­ers in Uran taluka no longer have to face the has­sle of stand­ing for hours at the rev­enue of­fice to get doc­u­ments re­lated to own­er­ship of land.

Th­ese farm­ers can avail of the sys­tem of get­ting 7/12 ex­tracts on­line from Mon­day on­wards.

The new sys­tem will save the farm­ers and their heirs from the has­sle of spend­ing hours at the rev­enue of­fice to get all land-re­lated doc­u­ments.

They can now get it from the com­fort of their homes.

A 7/12 ex­tract is a proof of own­er­ship of land with the rev­enue depart­ment.

The farm­ers and their heirs had been tired of making sev­eral trips to the ta­lathi of­fice for a 7/12 ex­tract.

The tehsil of­fice has said that the digi­ti­sa­tion work of land records that had been on for the past sev­eral years has been com­pleted and hence the farm­ers of the area can now get the ben­e­fit.

Arun Bha­gat, a res­i­dent of Uran, said: “We needed the 7/12 ex­tract for var­i­ous pur­poses and so were de­pen­dent on the ta­lathi. No farmer, ever got the 7/12 ex­tract in one visit.”

Ac­cord­ing to tehsil­dar Nitin Cha­van, “Two years ago, the gov­ern­ment had de­cided to digi­tise the 7/12 ex­tract and even gave loans to the tala this for pur­chase of a lap­top to help the process.”

Farm­ers will now be able to check their 7/12 ex­tracts on th­ese lap­tops af­ter giv­ing de­tails of their land sur­vey num­ber and vil­lage name.

They will also im­me­di­ately be able to get a copy of it, said Cha­van. He added, “The de­tails will also be avail­able on the in­ter­net and there will be no re­quire­ment of the ta­lathi’s sig­na­ture from prints taken from it.”

PAN­VEL: Science en­thu­si­asts now have an­other rea­son to cheer for the city’s most pop­u­lar science club Tech Shik­sha has now spread its wings to Pan­vel.

Start­ing on Satur­day, the club will in­au­gu­rate the kids’ cam­pus in Pan­vel with a ro­bot­ics work­shop. From next week­end, the reg­u­lar elec­tron­ics and science club will start.

“We are al­ready con­duct­ing work­shops in Vashi, Kharghar and Chem­bur. How­ever since it is quite dif­fi­cult for kids in Pan­vel to head to th­ese ar­eas, we thought of start­ing the club here,” said Amit Modi, founder and men­tor of Techshiksha science club.

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