Maps Of 300 Villages In Pune District Created

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Pune, 14th March 2023: The work of preparing maps of 38,000 villages in the state by the Indian Survey Department through drones has reached its final stage. Maps of about 300 villages in Purandar, Daund, and Haveli talukas of the Pune district have been prepared. Also, maps of villages in Nagpur, Aurangabad, and Nagar districts have been prepared.

Director of Survey of India Colonel Sunil Fattepur informed that the Land Records Department has so far distributed ten thousand ‘property cards’ in the villages, and by the end of the year, everyone will get the property cards. He said that land records draw the boundary lines of roads, property, village boundaries, and others with the help of lime.

Then, several pictures are taken in just a few minutes by the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) in the drone. All photographs are mapped after processing in the software. This map contains details of every property in the village. After that, the land records are checked and the property card is issued to everyone. After the distribution of this property card, some problems and suggestions related to citizens’ property are also rectified.

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The village maps prepared are on a 1:500 cm scale. Therefore, town planning is easily possible for villages. Villages are moving towards Gram Swarajya under the ownership project. Now the sarpanch and members will be able to do detailed planning of the village.

Village open spaces, reservations, gardens, school building sites, grounds, recreation centers, and others can reserve public utility space. Therefore, the main roads of the village along with the internal roads, water channels, sewage channels, and electricity channels can be planned to keep in mind the future growth of the population.

Administration and Accounts Officer B. K. Sonparote informed that Maharashtra is the first state, which is mapping 38,000 villages through drones. The state government has made a provision of Rs 76 crores for this. A sophisticated drone costs Rs 15 lakh. Photographs of a small village are taken in five to seven minutes, while if it is a big village like Uruli Kanchan, it takes 60 minutes.


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