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  • Bhoomi Online Land Record Karnataka

    Bhoomi is the Government of Karnataka's Land Records Management System that was launched in the year 2000. The aim of Bhoomi is providing citizens with access to digitised Record of Rights (RTCs) that were previously manually stored making it quicker and easier to get the information they needed. The official website of Bhoomi Online makes a number of services available to citizens such as citizen registration, viewing revenue maps, application for conversion, tracking the conversion request status, mutation services, dispute cases, viewing RTC and MR, etc. There are also physical offices set up for Bhoomi in more than 6,000 Gram Panchayats across 175 taluks in the state.

    A citizen or farmer can directly walk into one of these offices and apply for a RTC by providing the necessary documents. An individual can also check the status of his/her application in these centres by using the acknowledgement number.

    Also, this application allows an individual to check land records online in Karnataka.

    Bhoomi Karnataka Official Details

    Address 1:
    Director (Bhoomi & UPOR) Bhoomi Monitoring Cell, SSLR Building, K.R. Circle Bangalore – 560001
    Address 2:
    Special Deputy Commissioner Bhoomi Monitoring Cell, SSLR Building, K.R. Circle Bangalore – 560001
    Email ID: bhoomi@karnataka.gov.in
    Phone Number: 080-22113255
    Official Site http://rtc.karnataka.gov.in

    Services Provided at the Bhoomi Portal

    Bhoomi offers the following list of services managed by the Government of Karnataka:

    • Kodagu Disaster Rescue
    • i-Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops (i-RTC)
    • Mutation Register
    • RTC
    • Tippan
    • RTC Information
    • Revenue Maps
    • Mutation Status
    • Mutation Extract
    • Registration of Citizen
    • Citizen Login
    • XML verification of RTC
    • Register of Dispute Cases
    • List of New Taluks

    Benefits of Bhoomi Portal for Farmers

    The Bhoomi portal has proved to be a convenient mode for farmers to avail land related documents and records over the years. The portal provides farmers services to avail important documents such as:

    • Copy of land records that a farmer could later use to apply for loans or any other purposes
    • Copy of RTC can be easily obtained by providing the plot number or the name of the land owner
    • Mutation requests that farmers can use to adjust land records in case of sale or inheritance of a land
    • Crop data in the i-RTC which can be later utilised for insuring crops or claim insurance.
    • The Bhoomi portal also gives farmers access to check the application status of mutation requests
    • Land dispute documents if a farmer is required to submit them at courts regarding land related disputes

    If the revenue officer fails to authorise the mutation request in 50 days, a farmer can request another inspector at the Taluk level to complete the request.

    How to Register at the Bhoomi Portal

    In order to avail the services offered at Bhoomi, you will be required to register at the portal first.

    Step 1: Visit for the official Bhoomi login page given above.

    Bhoomi Login Page

    Step 2: Click ‘Create Account’ icon to redirect you to the Sign-up page

    Bhoomi Create New Account

    Step 3: Enter all the details required along with the Captcha Code Text

    Bhoomi User Information

    Step 4: Click on ‘Sign Up/Submit’ to register at the Bhoomi Portal

    Bhoomi Register User

    How to View Karnataka Land Record Online

    • Step.1: Log in to the official Bhoomi Land Record website
    • Step.2: Click on ‘View RTC and MR’
    • Step.3: This will take you to a new page which will request you to fill in information
    • Step.4: Here, fill in the information according to your requirements
    • Step.5: Now, click on ‘Fetch Details’
    • Step.6: All the land details will now be available to you

    Bhoomi Karnataka Land Registration Process

    There are a few steps involved in registering land in Bangalore. Mentioned below are the steps required to register land:

    1. The individual must first purchase stamp paper and keep all the documents handy
    2. The documents must be submitted to the Sub-Registrar in charge of that particular jurisdiction
    3. After validating these documents, the individual must pay a fee for registering the land
    4. He/she will then receive a receipt for the same
    5. The photo of the individual will then be taken on the spot
    6. Verbal consent between the buyer and seller will be required, along with a witness
    7. The document is now registered and a unique registration number is allotted to this document
    8. After the registration process is complete, the rural land sale information is passed on to the Patwari for adding the entries in the Jamabandi register, which is the Record of Rights.
    What is RTC?

    The RTC (Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops) also referred to as Pahani is an important land record in Karnataka that is issued to the existing land owner. The documents include the owner details and all the land details such as:

    • Information about the land owner
    • Identification of soil type
    • Type of land
    • Crops grown on the land
    • Area of the Land
    • Water Rate i.e. how much of water is to be utilised to keep the land
    • Commercial, agricultural and non-agricultural residential flood area
    • Nature of possession
    • Liabilities such as bank loans on the land
    • Tenancy
    This is how an issued RTC looks like:

    RTC, also known as Pahani, is an important land document to maintain land records. This contains important details such as the owner’s name, area, soil type, etc.

    The RTC for village lands is issued in terms of acres/hectares and the record is signed by the Tahsildar/Deputy Tahsildar.

    Land conversion based on affidavit

    The objective of land conversion based on affidavit is to make a Digitally Signed Conversion order available to the landowner through online submission of request, online generation of affidavit and uploading of signed affidavit, and online payment of conversion fee.

    This facility can be used by the following users:

    • Citizens
    • Taluk caseworkers
    • RI
    • Taluk surveyors
    • Tahasildars
    • UD/LAO/PWD/Municipality/GP/CRZ/PCB/TP
    • DC caseworkers
    • DC office Shirastedars
    • AC
    • ADC
    • DC

    Procedure to obtain affidavit online for land conversion:

    Step 1: Visit the official Bhoomi website

    Step 2: Click on ''Services''

    Step 3: Select ''Citizens Portal''

    Step 4: Click on ''Citizen/Applicant Login''

    Step 5: Enter your Bhoomi user ID and password

    Step 6: Click on the icon for ''Affidavit based conversion''

    Step 7: Click on ''New Request''

    Step 8: Enter the required details such as the district, taluk, hobli, village, survey number

    Step 9: Click on ''Get Owners''

    Step 10: Select the owner from the list. The owner will be copied as applicant by the system

    Step 11: Enter the required details such as Aadhaar number, mobile number, address, email address, name, etc.

    Step 12: Click on the button ''Add Owner''

    Step 13: Enter the details of the transaction such as type of conversion, acquisition type, land type, planning authority, checkbandi, extent sought for conversion, etc.

    Step 14: Click on the button for ''Generate Affidavit''

    Step 15: If only a portion of the land is sought for conversion or the RTC has multiple individual owners, the Alienation Sketch Number has to be entered as well. The alienation data will be fetched from Mojini

    Step 16: The affidavit will now be generated

    Step 17: The signed affidavit can be uploaded through the citizen portal through the individual's login or it can be manually submitted to the taluk office caseworker or to the DC caseworker.

    Step 18: The hardcopy of the affidavit has to be submitted to the taluk office or DC office and an acknowledgement has to be obtained

    How to Check RTC Online from Bhoomi?

    • Step.1: Log in to the official Bhoomi website
    • Step.2: Click on ‘View RTC and MR
    • Step.3: This will take you to a new page which will request you to fill in information
    • Step.4: Here, fill in the information according to your requirements
    • Step.5: Now, click on ‘Fetch Details’
    • Step.6: All the RTC details will now be available to you

    How to Get RTC Online in Bhoomi Portal

    • Step 1: Visit the Karnataka Online Land Records Bhoomi official website
    • Step 2: Click on ‘i-RTC’ icon under the Bhoomi Services section to redirect you to the ‘i-Wallet Services’ home page
    • Step 3: Enter your User ID, Password and the Captcha code and click on the ‘Login’ Icon to redirect you to the online RTC records portal
    • Step 4: Choose from the ‘Current Year’ or ‘Old Year’ options available at the top left corner of the webpage. Select your District, Taluk, Hobli, Village and Survey Number.
    • Step 5: Click on the ‘Fetch Details’ icon to redirect the page to the land record document. The RTC document will look like the image shown below.
    How to View RTC Form 16 Online
    • Step 1: Visit Karnataka online land record website
    • Step 2: Enter the necessary inputs such as the District, Taluk, Hobli, Village and Survey Number.
    • Step 3: Click on ‘Fetch Details’ to gain access to your RTC Form 16.

    Bhoomi Online Revenue Map | SSLR

    Bhoomi Online Revenue

    The revenue map can be accessed in the Bhoomi website as well. The revenue map can be accessed by entering basic information about the property. Post this, you can simply download the PDF file that corresponds to the village you wish to view. This will give you access to the revenue map.

    What is Mutation of Property?

    Mutation of a property is the procedure involved in transferring the title ownership of the concerned property from one individual to another.

    You can apply for mutation by visiting the Kiosk centre and submitting the land concerned documents along with the mutation application. You shall be issued an acknowledgment number by the centre which you can use later to know the status of your mutation application.

    How to Extract Mutation Report in Bhoomi Portal

    • Step 1: Visit Bhoomi homepage. Click on ‘View RTC and MR’ under Bhoomi services to redirect you to the mutation report webpage.
    • Step 2: Select the ‘Mutation Report (MR)’ option to check the Status of Mutation.
    • Step 3: Enter the required details such as the district name, Taluk, Hobli, Village, Survey Number, Surnoc Number and Hissa Number. Once you have entered all the details, click on ‘Fetch Details’
    • Step 4: The Mutation data as per the details you have entered will be displayed on the page.

    How to Check Mutation Report Status

    Bhoomi Mutation Land Records
    • Step 1: Visit Bhoomi Online Mutation Status
    • Step 2: Enter the District, Taluk, Hobli, Village, Survey Number, Surnoc Number and Hissa Number and click on ‘Fetch Details’ to view the Mutation Application Status.
    What is Revenue Map?

    Revenue map contains the details such as the area and division of the concerned land in the form of a map.

    How to Get Revenue Maps for Your Land Online?
    • Step 1: Visit Bhoomi Karnataka "Revenue Maps’ under Bhoomi services
    • Step 2: Enter the required details such as District, Taluk, Hobli, Type of Map and click on the ‘Search’ icon
    • Step 3: Click on the ‘PDF’ icon in the column next to the list of villages to view the revenue map of the concerned land

    How to View Dispute Case Reports Online

    Bhoomi Despute Land Records
    • Step 1: Visit the Bhoomi Dispute Case Reports
    • Step 2: Choose the District and Taluk. Click on the ‘Get Report’ icon to view the Land Dispute Case Report.
    Revenue map online | SSLR

    The revenue map can be accessed in the Bhoomi website as well. The revenue map can be accessed by entering basic information about the property. Post this, you can simply download the PDF file that corresponds to the village you wish to view. This will give you access to the revenue map.

    Karnataka Land Documents Fees and Charges

    The portal allows access to land-related documents such as RTC, Mutation Status, Tippan and Mutation Reports at Kiosk Centres spread across the state.

    You can visit the nearest Land Records (LR) Kiosk and submit your application along with a nominal user fee to receive your land related documents. The user fee payable for each document is as follows:

    Document Fees
    Tippan Rs.15
    Mutation Status Rs.15
    Mutation Extract Rs.15
    Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops (RTC) Rs.10

    FAQ

    1. What is the Bhoomi Bank scheme?

      The Bhoomi Bank scheme simplifies the loan disbursal process to landed farmers by integreting Bhoomi records with computerised systems in banks. With almost all banks in the state of Karnataka given access to the Bhoom Bank web portal, the loan application and disbursal process becomes quicker for all.

    2. Is there any mobile application that works along with Bhoomi?

      The DISHAANK mobile application allows users to access the survey number details of any plot of land by tapping on the screen and works in tandem with Bhoomi.

    3. Should I use Kaveri or Bhoomi for land record services?

      Kaveri has been integrated with Bhoomi since the year 2006. The Bhoomi-Kaveri integration reports are available on the site.

      

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