The Haryana government has fixed October 31 as the deadline for bringing all land records online.
As per a communication issued by the land records and consolidation department, no manual 'nakal' (copy) of record of rights would be issued from November 1, 2012, and only computerised 'nakal' from software of the Haryana land record information system (HALRIS) would be permitted.
An official spokesman said all village maps were being digitised under the national land records modernisation programme.
The deputy commissioners have been directed to give a print of the digitised maps to the patwari concerned for updates and the patwari would return the updated maps to vendors within 15 days.
He said in some cases, due to mutations not being updated in the HALRIS software, khasra number of the digitised map did not match the number provided by the HALRIS software. He said since baseline 'jamabandi' of all villages had already been digitised, all mutations entered after the digitised 'jamabandi' would be entered in the HALRIS software to make land records 100% online.
"In case the department fails to meet the target within the deadline, it has to inform the director general of land records and consolidation with reasons," the spokesperson added.