Berhampur, Sept 29 (LocalWire): The Ganjam district administration launched ‘Mo Gaon re Tehasil’ today to solve various land and revenue-related issues at the grassroots level by bringing the services of the tehsil to one’s doorstep.
The programme was held in one of the selected revenue inspector circles of each of the 22 tehsils in the district.
The respective tehsil staff held camps to render the different revenue-related services and to receive the applications from the people.
District Collector Vijay Amruta Kulange visited the camps held at Sikiri (Hinjili), Badamadhapur (Chhatrapur) and Humma (Ganjam) tehsil on the first day of the programme. ‘The response is very good in these places,’ he said.
Some other services like receipt of land revenue, receipt of application of mutation, land conversation etc will also be delivered. ‘The people will not go to the tehsil office, rather the tehsil office will come to the people. That’s why the programme has been named ‘Mo Gaon re Tehasil,’ he added.
He said they decided to hold at least four camps in a month in a tehsil.
The concerned tehsildar will select the RI circle where camp will be conducted and inform the people of the area well in advance.
In the camp all the facilities like computer, Internet services would be available. The camp will be held in the morning hours of working days in community centres or Rajiv Gandhi Seva Kendras.
‘They will try to solve the problems of the people, particularly revenue related cases, on the spot,’ he said.
‘After getting feedbacks from different tehsils on the first days of the programme, we will try to take steps to further strengthening the doorstep delivery of service mechanism,’ the Collector said.
Besides quick delivery of services at doorsteps, the programme will also help eliminate the middlemen from tehsil offices.
‘The people will directly interact with the tehsildar and get the services,’ Kulange added.