Chandigarh September 18: The digitized cadastral maps of all rural areas of Haryana as well as digitized property tax payment records of last two years of all local municipalities in the State will soon be uploaded on the web portal.
           This was informed in a meeting of Ease of Doing Business held under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today. The digitized cadastral maps of the rural areas would be uploaded with the help of Haryana Space Application Centre (HARSAC).
                   The Chief Minister was informed that maximum work regarding uploading of digitized cadastral maps has been completed and efforts were being made to upload the entire data by September 30, 2017. He was also informed that the digitize land records of last two years of 97 Revenue Circles have already been uploaded on the portal whereas the remaining data of municipalities from Urban Local Bodies would also be uploaded soon. Apart from this, the work to integrate all sub-registrar offices with PAN and Aadhar data to create a State Level Data Base is in full swing and would be completed shortly.
           Mr Manohar Lal directed all the departments to achieve their  hundred per cent target by September 30, 2017 so that the State could find place in top two states of the country in terms of Ease of Doing Business ranking of this year.  The State Government has set a target for itself of ranking among the top two states of the country in Ease of Doing Business and the departments should take this as a challenge, he added.
             The Chief Minister complimented the departments who have already achieved their targets and directed the others to achieve the same well before September 30, the last date to comply with targets and to upload the same along with evidences on the website of the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP).  As per the revised criteria of the DIPP, 1200 persons would be giving their feedback about the services of 12 departments and we are open for it, he added. The DIPP would start the final evaluation exercise from November 1, 2017.
           The Chief Minister was informed that out of the total 372 questions, 78 questions are going to be based on feedback of the customers of various services. He was informed that 321 questions out of the total questions have already been complied with and the remaining 51 would be complied with by September 30. Each question would carry one mark and efforts were being made to secure cent per cent marks.
           It was informed in the meeting that the all the departments has implemented the real time service dashboard and as a result of this, all necessary industrial clearances are now being given in 45 days. All the departments would be integrated with Haryana Enterprise Promotion Centre (HEPC) by this week and all the departments have already started receiving online applications. No hardcopy of application is being accepted by the department for any type of services.
                 Among those present in the meeting included Chief Secretary, Mr D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Rajesh Khullar, Deputy Principal Secretary Mr Mandip Singh Brar, Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue Mrs Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary, Food and Supplies Mr Ram Niwas, Additional Chief Secretary, Transport Mr R.R Jowel,  Additional Chief Secretary, Home Mr S.S Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, Power Mr P.K Das, Additional Chief Secretary, Environment Mrs Dheera Khandelwal,  Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works (Building and Roads) Mr Alok Nigam,  Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies Mr Anand Mohan Sharan, Principal Secretary Industries Mr Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary, Irrigation Mr Anurag Rastogi, Director-cum-Special Secretary, Town and Country Planning Mr T.L. Satyaprakash, Director Industries Mr Ashok Sangwan and other senior officers of the State Government.