ILRMS, also known as the Dharitree/Dharitri portal, enables the updation of land record details such as mutation, partition, and land revenue collection. Through this portal, the state government further ensures smooth interconnectivity with the Revenue Circle, Sub-registrar, Deputy Commissioners' offices and the Directorate of Land Records. Any change concerning the Records of Rights (ROR) is generally reflected on the portal.
Dharitree Assam offers an array of customer-centric services through its online portal, as stated below:
Registering properties online without having to visit the land registration office
Issuing NOC and tracking its status before buying a property
Updating land records online, such as mutation and reclassification
Managing the entire land revenue collection, ensuring maximum security
Viewing more than 26,000 digitised village maps through Bhu-naskha Assam
Fast and hassle-free access to all land record details of the state
You can check your land record details online by visiting the official ILRMS portal. Follow these simple steps to check your details online:
Step 1: Visit the official ILRMS website - https://revenueassam.nic.in/ILRMS/
Step 2: Click on the ‘Jamabandi’ option
Step 3: Fill in the details as requested
Step 4: Enter the captcha code and click on ‘Submit’
Step 5: Your details will be displayed on the screen
Usually, to check your land record details, you can use any of the following information:
Patta Number - This is a reference number provided to a piece of land in a rural area, as per the land survey document
Dag Number - It is similar to a Patta number. The Dag number is given to a plot of land in the urban areas.
Pattadar Name - Pattadar, refers to the owner of the land. Thus, using the name of the landowner you can access the required land record details.
You can also check your land record details offline by getting a copy from the nearest circle office and submitting an application.
The ILRMS portal is very useful and effective when it comes to accessing and maintaining land record details efficiently. You can also check the status of your land’s mutation, reclassification, registration, and much more.
You can check your land records on the ILRMS portal using either your property’s dag number, Patta number, or the Pattidar’s name.
If the land record details are not available on the Dharitri portal and with the officials of the concerned circle office, visit the concerned tehsildar’s office.
If you want to apply for a mutation certificate, you might be required to furnish the following documents:
The most recent receipt of property tax payment
Information pertaining to Garbage Solid Waste from the NGO involved
A thorough set of documents of the parties involved in the mutation process
Write a letter to Commissioner GMC to get a duplicate mutation certificate. While doing so, ensure that you mention all important details accurately. You may be required to pay a nominal fee when applying for the duplicate certificate.