Monday, 18 December 2017

Karnataka Bhoomi Webland Records RTC Mutation Pihani

Karnataka Bhoomi search RTC Pihani land mutation status encumbrance registration search property or land…
Karnataka state has started Bhoomi web land portal. Karnataka Bhoomi is for online display and management of land records. This program provides transparency in land records management for better public access. In Bhoomi portal farmers land RTC data, registration status, encumbrance of land or property. Online Application of New RTC mutations of land are also observed.

Districts of Bagalkot, Bangalore Rural, Bangalore Urban, Belgaum, Bellary, Bidar, Bijapur, Chamraj Nagar, Chikballapur, Chickmagalur, Chitradurga, Dakshina Kannada, Davanagere, Dharwad, Gadag, Gulbarga, Hassan, Haveri, Kodagu, Kolar, Koppal, Mandya, Mysore, Ramnagara, Raichur, Shimoga, Tumkur, Karwar (Uttara Kannada), Udupi and Yadgir data are placed in bhoomi portal.
How to search RTC form 16 records of rights, tenancy and crops (r.t.c):
  • First visit
  • Select RTC form 16 link in featured links sidebar. It is displayed as “RTC ONLINE”
  • Select district, Taluk Hobli Village and survey number.
  • Click Fetch Details button to get RTC of land.
How to search RTC Mutation Extract Mutation Status RR5 RR6 in Karnataka webland Bhoomi portal?
  • first Visit
  • Select “View RTC/Mutation Extract/Mutation Status/RR5/RR6” link.
  • Now select district from list then click submit button below.
  • Select the Talika, click Submit
  • Select the Hobli, click submit
  • Select village name from list, enter survey number if known.
  • Select type of webland record, click submit
  • Search can be made year wise for all options.
  • Options are View RTC/Mutation Extract/Mutation Status/RR5/RR6
Karnataka Bhoomi has designed for recording a mutation request online. Any farmer can check the present status of a mutation application on Kiosks. Officials have needed to complete the mutation process within 45 days time period. If not processed, you can now approach a senior officers their grievance. At present, mutation requests are being handled on a first-come-first-served basis only.

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