Uttar Pradesh revenue courts to go online by December
Lucknow: Revenue courts across Uttar Pradesh will be accessible online by the end of this year, officials said on Saturday.
Work has been completed on the computer management system (CMS) in many districts of the state and a November-end deadline for completion has been fixed for the remaining, Revenue Board Chairman Ajay Joshi said.
A trial run is being done in all revenue courts for the past two months and instructions have been issued to ensure that all work be done using the CMS only December onwards.
We have issued instructions to make all necessary hardware purchases, ensured internet connectivity and completed required training, an official told a news agency.
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