Revenue department launches more online services in Kerala


The state government intends to expand electronic services to more areas to ensure an efficient and user-friendly civil service, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Thursday.

He was speaking after the launch of various online services of the Ministry of Finance, including a mobile application for remitting property tax.

The easy-to-use mobile app will allow the public, especially non-resident Keralites, to pay their property tax from anywhere in the world, the chief minister said.

Other services provided by the revenue department will also be added to the mobile app soon, Vijayan said.

Services launched

E-services to access measurement sketches in the field, “thandaper” accounts and online location maps; online filing of applications for land conversion; and websites for the state’s 1,666 villages were launched Thursday.

The Prime Minister has also launched a module for online payment of social security pensions for patients with cancer, leprosy and tuberculosis. A renovated electronic payment portal has also been launched.

Digital card

The government plans to introduce a digital map or digital locker or village information system to store land information relating to each individual, said Revenue Minister K. Rajan, who chaired the function.

The proposal for a “single thadaper”, which has received the approval of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, is the first step towards the concept of digital maps, said Rajan.


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