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Haryana Land Records System (HALRIS)

Microsoft platform /
application used

Visual Studio 6.0;
MS SQL Server 2000;

Revenue & Disaster Management Department,
Government of Haryana

Harayana digitises land records

HALRIS has been developed for the management of revenue records. It takes care of all the major processes of land management as defined in the revenue system of Haryana. State. The main objectives of the revenue records updated on a real time basis is to, integrate registration and mutations, allow for an automated mutation workflow with an online mutation incorporation facility and to provide a secured access using biometric authentication.

The project includes all the major process necessary for the land records management as per the Haryana Land Records manual and has been integrated with the property registration project.

It includes the following main modules; jamabandi – to manage the jamabandi  right of record of the villages; mutation – to capture the changes to be made in the jamabandi; kharsa gridawari – to capture the six monthly crop details of the village; and, nakal – to provide the nakal service to the public.

HALRIS is being used to update the jamabandi data and making it online. Data of the online villages can be used to provide the nakal services and to integrate the land records with property registration. With the integration provide, property registration can check the ownership and generate the mutation immediately after the registration process is over.


HALRIS has been implemented in all the 67 tehsils of  the state. Out of total 7,081 jamabandies, data of 6,082 jamabandies have been uploaded to the web site. Availability of updated nakal of record of right to the public through information kiosks has added new dimensions to the delivery of services to the public in the state.

There has been a reduction in litigations due to online availability of updated record and low manual intervention and data capturing has reduced errors. The web enabling of land records has increased the transparency on an anytime, anywhere basis.

The state government has gained by reduction of time in preparing land records documents, and the updated data is available for other government departments and for planning purposes, among others.

HALRIS can be replicated in neighbouring states like Punjab and Himachal with little customisation. The future development plans for the project includes its roll out at the sub-tehsil level, establishment of a data centre and design and development of web-enabled version of HALRIS.




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