Revenue Section

Introduction

    The Land Revenue Section at the District Collectorate deals with Mutation and Acquisition of land, Registration of land, firm, mortgage, lease deed, Deed of Agreement, Power of Attorney and the Land Bank Scheme. Therefore, the two sections viz
  1. 1. The Land Revenue Section headed by the Deputy Director, Revenue Officer and their team of Revenue Inspectors, Head Surveyors and Village Level Officers/Amins.
  2. 2. The Registration Section is headed by the Sub‐Divisional Magistrates, Registration Clerk and staff.

  • New Land Acqusiition Act 2013
  • Revenue Circles

    Sl. No.

    Name Of Sub- Division

    Sl.No.

    NAME OF REVENUE CIRCLE

    REVENUE BLOCK

    1.

    Dzongu Sub Division

    1.

    GOR CIRCLE

    1.GOR

    2.LUM

    3.SANGTOK -SAGYONG

    2.

    HEE GYATHANG CIRCLE

    1.BARFOK

    2.GNON SANGDONG

    3.HEE GYATHANG

    4.LINGDONG

    3.

    PASSINGDANG CIRCLE

    1.LINGDEM

    2.LINGTHEM

    3.LINGZYA

    4.PENTONG

    5.SALIM PAKYEL

    6.TINGVONG

    2.

    Kabi sub- Division

    1.

    NAMOK CIRCLE

    1.LOWER MANGSHILA

    2.NAMOK

    3.PHODONG

    4.RAMTHANG

    5.RONGONG

    6.SIYAM

    7.TANGYEK

    8.TINGCHIM

    9.TUMLONG

    10.UPPER MANGSHILA

    2.

    PHENSONG  CIRCLE

    1.CHAWANG

    2.KABI

    3.LABI

    4.MEN RONGONG

    5.PANI PHENSONG

    6.PHAMTAM

    7.TINGDA

    3.

    Sub-Division Mangan

    1.

    SINGHIK CIRCLE

    1.MYONG

    2.NAMPATAM

    3.PAKSHEP

    4.RINGHIM

    5.SENTAM

    6.SINGCHIT

    7.SINGHIK

    8.ZIMCHUNG

    4.

    Chungthang Sub-Division

    1.

    CHUNGTHANG CIRCLE

    1.CHUNGTHANG

    2.LACHEN

    3.LACHUNG

    4.NAGA – NAMGOR

    5.SHIP GYER

    6.TOONG

    MUTATION OF LAND

    TYPE OF MUTATION

    PROCEDURE

    TIME TAKEN

    1. By inheritance of ancestral property

    1. By registration of a purchased or gifted land

     

    1. By acquisition of land by the Government

            4)  By Court Case 

      (a) Applications  are  received  along  with  a  Bank  receipt  of  Rs.300/‐  as  Survey  fee  for  the demarcation of land.

    (b)Verification of land is done by the concerned Village Level Officer (VLO) or Revenue Supervisor. The Spot Verification Report is submitted by them.

    (c)A one month Notice is issued.During this period No Objection Certificates are to be obtained from the concerned Gram Panchayat, family members, boundary holders and organizations like MPCS etc.
     
    (d) Approval  for  mutation  is  taken  after  receipt  of  the  requisite  documents  from  Deputy Director(L/R).

    (e) Updating of record and correction in map is made.

    (f) The parcha is issued after the correction of records in the Office.

    (g) A copy of the Mutation Order is sent to the concerned VLO for correction of the Khasra and Khatiyan in the concerned Revenue Circle.

      1 month time during the Notice period +1 day for processing of documents.

    LAND ACQUISITION

    SL NO.

    PROCEDURE

    TIME TAKEN

    1.

         Preliminary Survey

    7

    2

         Notice issued to concerned land owners

    15

    3.

         Receipt of Form A Rule 3 from Acquiring Agency

    7

    4.

    Submission of draft of Notification u/s 4(1) of Land Acquisition
    Act‐I,1894 to the Head Office and publication of the
    Notification in the Government Gazette by the Secretary
    LR&DMD

    30

    5.

    Public Notice issued u/s 5’A’

    30

    6.

    Submission of draft of Declaration u/s 6 of Land Acquisition
    Act‐I,1894 and publication in the Government Gazette by the
    Secretary,LR&DMD

    45

    7.

    Request of Order of Acquisiton and approval of the
    Government for the acquisition

    20

    8.

    Survey and demarcation of the proposed land for acquisition

    6

    9.

    General Notice Clause (I)&(II) and (III)& (IV) u/s 9 of the Land
    Acquisition Act‐I,1894

    30

    10.

    Hearing of Claims and Objections from parties upon the
    proposed land to be acquired

    15

    11.

    Submission of draft of Award Declaration u/s 11 of the Land
    Acquisition Act‐I,1894 and approval of the Government

    60

    12.

    Disbursement of Compensation

    -

    13.

    Handing and taking over of land between the acquiring agency
    and the landowners

    7

    14.

    Mutation of acquired land and issue of Parcha

    2

    Total time taken: 274

    LAND BANK SCHEME

    The State Government has initiated the Land Bank Scheme vide Notification no.388/LR dated13.08.1997.
    The main objective of this scheme is to provide land to the landless citizens of Sikkim. More than 400 families of South District have benefited under this scheme and have been provided with half an acre of land.
    Process:
    (a)Applications are received in the prescribed format along with “No landed Property Certificates” from the concerned Revenue Supervisors, Sikkim Subject Certificate / Certificate of Identification, Panchayat recommendation and a copy of the Parcha of the proposed seller of the land.
    (b)Verification of the application is made by the Office of the Deputy Director (L/R) / Concerned Head Supervisor.
    (c) Thereafter, applications received for a particular fiscal year are compiled.
    (d)The names of the applicants are enlisted and forwarded to the Secretary, LR&DMD for financial sanction and approval.
    (e)After the required fund has been sanctioned, the list of beneficiaries is sent back to the District office.
    (f)Allotment orders are prepared and issued by the District Collector to the beneficiaries either during the Janata Melas or from the Office of the District Collector itself.
    (g) Once land has been identified by the beneficiary and the seller of the land agrees to thetransaction, the registration process is carried out as per the norms. Approval of the District Collector is taken for final registration of the land under the Land Bank Scheme.


    Other Certificates issued by the Land Revenue Section include

    SL NO.

    TYPE OF CERTIFICATE

    REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

    TIME

    1.

    Non‐Encumberance Certificate

    (a)Application along with Bank Receipt of Rs.20/‐
    (b) Copy of Parcha
    (C).Verification Report of concerned Revenue Surveyor
    (d) Khazana Receipt

    1 HOUR

    2.

    Property Certificate

    (a) Application along with Bank Receipt of Rs.20/‐
    (b) Copy of Parcha
    (c ) Khazana Receipt

    1 HOUR

    3.

    Search Certificate

    (a) Application along with Bank Receipt of Rs.120/‐
    (b) Copy of land parcha and Sale Deed Document if the land is not an ancestral property
    (c ) Khazana Receipt

    1 HOUR