SRINAGAR, JULY 24, 2020: To switch over from manual to digital registration, the newly created Registration Department under the directions of Inspector General of Registration (IGR), J&K, Dr. Pawan Kotwal held a three Days training programme on National Generic Document Registration System (NGDRS) and e-Stamping which concluded at Srinagar today.
The training programme was coordinated from Kashmir by Additional Inspector General of Registration (AIGR), Kashmir Gulzar Ahmad Shabnum, while Rafiq Ahmad Jaral, Tehsildar Headquarter with IGR, J&K, coordinated it from Jammu.
The entire training programme was conducted through video conferencing from Jammu.
Speaking during the concluding session of the training programme, AIGR Kashmir, Gulzar Shabnam, said that the training programme was aimed at enhancing the capacities of the human resource of the Registration Department for digital registration of properties and to facilitate the people in a transparent and expeditious manner to register their properties.
He added that similar training programmes have also been conducted earlier which helped the officers and other staff to acquaint them about the handling of new software.
Gulzar Shabnum while concluding the training session on e-stamping, enjoined upon all the participants to impart similar training in their respective districts to Sub Registrars and other staff so that the e-stamping is smoothly implemented.
As part of the programme, experts from Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL) and Department of Registration imparted necessary training to the Registrars and Sub Registrars of Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal Districts of Kashmir Division and Reasi and Rajouri districts of Jammu Division regarding NGDRS software and its handling.
They shared all inputs and skills required for use of Information Technology in Digital registration of properties in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir. They also highlighted the role of e-Stamping for online registration of properties.
During the training programme various queries and concerns raised by the trainees were properly responded by the experts.