Department of Land Management and Archive - Kathmandu

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Department of Land Management and Archive
Location
Babarmahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
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+977-01-5320028
Establishment year 2000
Employees 101-200
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Department of Land Management and Archive (DOLMA) under the Ministry of Land Management, Coopertives and Poverty Alleviation is the only Department of Government of Nepal (GoN) which undertakes Land Reform, Land Administration and Management functions through its nations wide distributed district land revenue offices, also known as Mal Adda or Malpot. This office has passed a long history in Nepalese land administration and incessant improving its performance from manual system to electronic. DOLRM is the arbitrator, safe guarder for the land ownership, tenancy rights, keeper of land ownership records and organ for collection of revenue (registration fees, service charges) and administrator for the land management. Execution of these activities is geared towards increment of productivity, poverty alleviation and better environmental protection. There are 110 Land Revenue Offices and 21 Land Reform and Land Revenue offices all over the country. Delivering transparent, efficient, and effective land related services to the citizens is the main objective of any Government. In 21st Centrury, this can be easily achieved through e-service. In this course, ADB Granted ICT Development Project entitled Land Records Information Management System(LRIMS) that automates the land administration's functions of fourteen land revenue offices, namely Dillibazar, Chabahil, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Kalanki, Kavre, Dhading, Kaski, Baglung, Banke, Chitwan, Makwanpur, Parsa, Morang-Biratnagar. The main objective of this project is to provide citizen centric land related services through a web-based application installed in Government Integrated Data Center (GIDC) and DOLRM (as standby backup) and to make the information easily accessible to land owners and related authorities. Similarly department has implemented Citizen Charter with Compensation in twenty district land revenue offices: Dillibazar‚ Kalanki‚ Chabahil‚ Lalitpur‚ Bhaktapur‚ Kaski‚ Morang‚ Parsa‚ Dhanusa‚ Bhadrapur‚ Chitwan‚ Sunsari‚ Makwanpur ‚ Dang‚ Banke‚ Kailali‚ Bardiya‚ Kavre‚ Rupandehi and Kanchanpur) from Baishakh 2, 2070 B.S., 15 other offices Damak (Jhapa), Morang (Morang), Udayapur, Siraha, Lahan (Siraha), Saptari, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Bara, Dhading, Tanahu, Nawalparasi, Kawasoti (Nawalparasi), Surkhet, Tikapur from Bhadra, 2070 B.S. and 13 other offices Dhankuta, Khotang, Sindhuli, Rautahat, Sindhupalchowk, Sankhu(Kathmandu), Manmaiju(Kathmandu), Syanja, Palpa, Kapilvastu, Baglung, Doti and Okhaldhunga from 2072 Asar 15, 2072 B.S. for delivering effective and prompt service.

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