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NRSA to conduct aerial survey of Nizamabad district

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HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has agreed to the proposal of officials for taking up as a pilot project the aerial survey of the entire Nizamabad district at an estimated cost of Rs.20 crores.

The Government issued orders sanctioning a project management team and released Rs. 2 crores in September. Dr. Reddy directed officials to issue orders releasing Rs. seven crore to meet the commitments under the project till the end of this financial year while reviewing the progress of Integrated Land Information System (ILIS) on Thursday.

The officials explained that the survey would be conducted by National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) by flying an aircraft fitted with camera (aerial photogrammetry) over the district. Photo data generated would be processed and prints of appropriate size would be carried to the field for verification of boundaries. Field maps and village maps would be generated from the verified data.

They also said that detailed studies of three major components of the project-- survey of the land, title enquiry and integration of survey, revenue and registration functions had been completed. The title enquiry would be taken up under a new law and the fieldwork for survey in the villages of Nizamabad would start in March 2006.

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