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The State of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) has geographical area of 2,22,236 Sq. kms. which includes an area of Indian territory of 1,20,849 Sq.kms. unlawfully occupied by Pakistan and China. It lies between 32° 10' 12" N to 36° 34' 48" N Latitude and 73° 15' 36" E to 80° 18' 00" E Longitude and it is the northernmost state, sharing borders with the States of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab.

More than 90% of the state’s territory is mountainous. It has got three regions, the Kashmir Valley also known as ‘the Lesser Himalayas’ or ‘the Jhelum Valley’; ‘the Outer Himalayas’ or ‘the Southern Mountain Region’ ( Jammu Province) and ‘the Inner Himalayas’ or ‘the Indus Valley’ (Ladakh and the Frontier areas)’.

The State has around 20,230 sq.kms of the area under forests which accounts for 19.9 % of the geo-graphical area (1, 01,387 sq.kms.). 825 thousand hectares area is under cultivation which is around 8% of its geographical area. The population of the state as in March, 2011 was 1.25 crores (provisionally).


As per the NLRMP guideline, Department of Revenue and Financial Commissioner Revenue, Govt. of J&K have created a project management unit in the state. to address the land records Modernisation programme and subsequent management of the records in the state the PMU was register as Society and named as Jammu & Kashmir Kashmir Land Records Management Agency (JaKLaRMA). The administrative and functional structure of the society is very comprehensive with inclusion of all covering departments, agencies and office within the state. The Society is chaired by Chief Secretary and Financial Commissioner Revenue, is the chief executive. the other members of the society are ..

Chief Secretary, Govt. of J&K
Financial Commissioner, Revenue, J&K

Member Secretary/CEO
Financial Commissioner, Planning, Dev. & Monitoring Deptt.

Ex-Officio Member
Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir

Ex-Officio Member
Principal Secretary to Govt. Finance Deptt.

Ex-Officio Member
Divisional Commissioner, Jammu

Ex-Officio Member
Commr/Secretary to Govt. Housing & Urban Dev.

Ex-Officio Member
Commissioner Survey & Land Records, Srinagar

Ex-Officio Member
Secretary to Govt. information Technology Deptt.

Ex-Officio Member
11.Secretary to Govt. Law, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs.

Ex-Officio Member
Regional Director, Survey & Land Records, Jammu.

Ex-Officio Member
Regional Director, Survey & Land Records, Srinagar.

Ex-Officio Member
State Informatics Officer (NIC)

The Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP) is launched by Government of India in August 2008-09, aimed to modernize management of land records, minimize scope of land/property disputes, enhance transparency in the land records maintenance system, and facilitate moving eventually towards guaranteed conclusive titles to immovable properties in the country.
  • A single window to handle land records (including the maintenance and updating of textual records, maps, survey and settlement operations and registration of immovable property),
  • The mirror principle, which refers to the fact that cadastral records mirror the ground reality,
  • The curtain principle which indicates that the record of title is a true depiction of the ownership status, mutation is automated and automatic following registration and the reference to past records is not necessary, and
  • Title insurance, which guarantees the title for its correctness and indemnifies the title holder against loss arising on account of any defect therein.
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