Several such projects like the Bhoomi project in Karnataka are already being implemented in select cases. Dharitree is one such computerized land records management project being implemented in Sonitpur district of Assam. The project has gone beyond the pilot phase and is replicated gradually in the entire state. While Dharitree has facilitated governance pertaining to land related services, the pace of public participation is what further needs to be expedited.
Main Objectives of Dharitree are i. To provide a Web-based land records computerization system for automation of land-based services, ii. Online mutation processes, iii. Up-to-date correction and maintenance of land records, iv. Online access to up-to-date land records for citizens, v. Quality and prompt delivery of citizen-centric services, vi. Maintaining land records data in the Chitha, and Jamabandi registers correctly, timely, and up-to-date, vii. Providing the land and revenue administration all the necessary MIS reports for faster monitoring, planning and decision making, viii. Making the land mutation processes faster, correct, automatic, and up-to-date through online mutations, ix. Supporting agriculture census by providing up-to-date crop/horticulture cultivation information, x. By simply clicking a few buttons of the Dharitree System from their desktop, administrators are able to take quick decisions for planning and implementation all along the hierarchy.
Several projects in different states are working in the field of e-records, but the main target is yet to be achieved.