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MODERN CADASTRAL SURVEY FOR LAND RECORD MANAGEMENT - A CASE STUDY OF PART OF CHENNAI CITY


J.Sathish pandiyan
Research scholar
C-star,,IRS,Anna University,
Email: sathishpandiyan@yahoo.com


Dr.S.S.Ramakrishnan
Professor and Director
Anna University
Email: drssramakrishnan@yahoo.com

Dr.V.Kandasamy
Consultant
Anna University


Mr.N.Durairajan
Deputy Inspector of Survey
survey of land records department
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The changing scenario in governance especially for survey and land records department in state demands advanced information technologies and tools. The need of the day is creation of a comprehensive Land Information System, which has great potential in the field of land records management and can be used as multi-purpose administrative tool.
Digital cadastral map in coordinate system can be used as one of the input to create LIS. Use of modern equipment, GPS and Total Station not only gives accuracy but also one can prepare coordinate based land parcel information. Mapping software can be used to directly download the observed data in computer system.
The main objective of the present study is to prepare the coordinate based cadastral map for the part of Chennai city using Total Station , GPS and drafting software.The methodology consists of boundary demarcation, traverse survey, computation of data, preparation of skeleton ,location of holdings and field demarcation , field measurement., plotting of village map and finishing the map and area computation.
The methodology is fundamentally based on conventional procedure adopted by Survey of Land Records Department (SLRD), Government of Tamilnadu. The modern methodology adopted is the use of Total Station , GPS and CAD instead of chain, theodolite and manual drafting. This enables to maintain the earlier records intact and also to convert the field measurement skeleton into coordinate based digital cadastre. For the study an extent of about 40 ha comprising of Anna University campus has been taken up for demonstration. The maps were prepared and it is envisioned that same procedure can be adopted in Urban and rural cadastral survey. The main advantages are speed, realistic accuracy and simpler field operation.
* Centre For Survey Training And Research (CSTAR)
**Survey and Land Record Department, Govt. of Tamil Nadu.
Dr.S.S.Ramakrihnan has 20 years of teaching and reasearch experiance in Surveying, Remote Sensing and Cartography. He has published many papers both in conferences and leading journals. He has conducted many training programmes for professionals of surveying and remote sensing. At present he is the Director of Centre For Survey Training and Research, Government of Tamil Nadu. The centre is actively involved in training and research in the field of cadastral surveying. He has so far trained more than 500 persons from Survey and Land Record Department of Government of Tamil Nadu. He is actively involved in modernisation programme in cadastral surveying.