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Other Registers in Practice & their Coding Scheme in Major States

November 2008

Prepared by:

Ministry of Communications & Information Technology National Informatics Centre, New Delhi Government of India

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Table of Contents Other major Registers- Representative States 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Andhra Pradesh Chattisgarh Gujarat Haryana Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Tripura 4 5 15 18 20 21 24 34 36 39 Page No.

PART-II (Coding Scheme) Other major codes Location Code Crop type Codes Crop Season type Source of Irrigation Soil type Size of Holding (Farmer Category) Encoding Castes/Tribes PART-III (Coding Scheme) Other Miscellaneous Registers Glossary of Revenue Terminology

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Location Code and coding scheme in Crop type Codes It is the name of the field which is being used to capture information regarding Crops grown in referred plot of land. At present, the crops information is collected season wise by the revenue functionaries in the various states. There are around 500 various types of crops grown with their variants which are stored in the database. The prime scope of the field is to describe crops grown in particular plot. Agriculture Census division of Ministry of Agriculture is a nodal agency which also conducts nation wide agriculture census across all the states. According to 2000-2001 agriculture census , major crops of the country has been classified in nineteen groups. Each group may have 99 group members.

have been enlisted. The Coding scheme is made up of four digits. A list of standard codes along with name of Crops is being given in Table 2.1- Standard Classification adopted for crops with digital coding scheme. Table 2.1 - Standard Classification adopted for Crops with digital coding scheme Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Classification Cereals Pulses Food Grains Sugar Crops Spices & Condiments Fruits Vegetables Other Food Crops Food Crops Oil Seeds Fibres Dyes & Tan materials Drugs & Narcotics Fodder & Green Manures Plantation Crops Floriculture Crops Aromatic & Medicinal Plants Other Non Food Crops Non Food Crops

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) In order to accommodate local variations of these crops at state level , two more digits are being introduced for example, as per Agriculture census Code Wheat is referred as 0106. But let us say in a particular state local Varity of wheat is called as wheat-desi. In order to accommodate these local variations of wheat , two more digits could be employed. Hence Wheatgroup census coding scheme. Similarly , if name of crop itself is very specific local name, it could be listed under

A comprehensive list of crops and corresponding codes used in Land Records are being given in Table 2.2-Comprehensive List of Crop Codes in Land Records. Table 2.2 - Comprehensive List of Crop Codes in Land Records. Crop Code 010000 010100 010101 010102 010200 010201 010202 010300 010301 010302 010303 010400 010401 010402 010403 010500 010600 010601 010602 010603 010604 010700 010800 010900 011000 011100 011200 011300 011400 Crop Name Cereals Paddy Paddy Unnat Paddy Vipul Jowar (Sorghum) Jowar Unnat Jowar Vipul Bajra (Pearl Millet) Bajra Unnat Bajra Vipul Bajra Anya Maize(Makka) Maize Unnat Maize Vipul Maize Chari Ragi (Mandia) Wheat Wheat Unnat Wheat Vipul Wheat Desi Wheat plain Barley Small Millets Kuchai Lakhedi Rayda Rachika Arya Chavali

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 011500 011600 011700 011701 011702 011703 011704 011705 011800 011900 012000 012100 012200 012300 012400 012500 012600 012700 012800 012900 013000 013100 013200 013300 018800 019900 020000 020100 020200 020300 020400 020500 020600 020700 020800 020900 020901 020902 020903 021000 028800 028801 029900 030000 039900 44 NIC,DIT,GOI Badali Balore Dhaan(Botha) Dhaan Ropa Unnat Dhaan Ropa Vipul Dhaan Ropa Anya Dhaan Chidka Unnat Dhaan Chidka Vipul Batra/Batri Godar Kulti Tibra(Laak) Barbati Popat Kajni Kodo Basaara Kaakum Kutki Raala Saava Rajgirah Mahuva Soham Other Cereals Total Cereals Pulses Gram Tur(Arhar) (Red Gram) Urad (Black Gram) Moong (Green Gram) Masur (Lentil) HorseGram Beans(Pulses) Peas(Pulses) Chana Dal (Bengal Gram/Chickpea) Kabuli Chana Desi Chana Chana Gulabi Chola Other Pulses Semolina (Ravaa) Total Pulses FoodGrains Total FoodGrains

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 040000 040100 040101 040102 040200 048800 049900 050000 050100 050101 050200 050300 050400 050500 050600 050700 050800 050801 050802 050900 050901 050902 051000 051100 051200 051300 051400 051500 051600 051700 051800 051900 052000 058800 059900 060000 060100 060200 060300 060400 060500 060600 060601 060700 060800 45 NIC,DIT,GOI Sugar Crops Sugar Cane Sugar Cane Ropa Sugar Cane Ratun Palmvriah Other Sugar Crops Total Sugar Crops Spices & Condiments Pepper (Black) Pepper-vine Chillies (Mirchie) Ginger Turmeric Cardamum (Small) Cardamum (Large) Betelnuts (Arecanuts) Garlic (Lassoon) Garlic Gaant Garlic Pathi Coriander (Dhaniya) (Cilantro) Coriander Beej Coriander Pathi Tamarind Cumin Seed (Jeera) Fennel/Anise Seed Nutmeg Fenugreek Cloves Cinnamon (Dalchini) Cocoa Kacholam Beetlvine(Paan) Ajwain Other Condiments & Spices Total Condiments & Spices Fruits Mangoes Oranges & Kinu Mosambi Lemon/Acid Lime Other Citrous Fruits Banana (Kela) Banana Kaata Table Grapes (Angoor) Wine Grapes (Black)

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 060900 061000 061100 061200 061300 061400 061500 061501 061600 061700 061800 061900 062000 062100 062200 062300 062400 062500 062600 062700 062800 062900 063000 063100 063200 068800 069900 070000 070100 070200 070300 070400 070500 070600 070700 070800 070801 070802 070803 070900 071000 071100 071200 071300 071400 46 NIC,DIT,GOI Apple Pear Peaches Plum Kiwi Fruit Chiku (Sapota) Papaya Papaya kaata Guava Almond Walnut Cashewnuts Apricot JackFruit Lichi Pineapple Watermelon Muskmelon (Kharbuja) Bread Fruits Ber Bel Mulberry (Sahatoot) Aonla (Amla) Pomegranate (Anaar) Kaanda Other Fruits Total Fruits Vegetables Potato Tapioca (Cassava) Sweet Potato Yam Elephant Foot Yam Colacasia/Arum (Arbi) Other Tuber Crop Onion Onion Gaant Onion Beej Onion Baaji Carrot Raddish Beetroot Turnip (Shalgam) Tomato Spinach

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 071500 071600 071700 071800 071900 072000 072100 072200 072300 072400 072500 072600 072700 072800 072801 072900 073000 073100 073200 073300 073400 073500 073600 078800 079900 080000 080100 080200 080300 089900 090000 099900 100000 100100 100101 100200 100300 100301 100400 100500 100600 100700 100800 100900 101000 47 NIC,DIT,GOI Amaranths (Chaulai) Cabbage (Bundgobi) Other leafy vegetable Brinjal Peas (Vegetable) (Green) CauliFlower Cucumber Bottle Gourd (Lauki) Pumpkin Bitter Gourd (Karela) Ash Gourd(Peta/Kumheda) Other Gourds Vench (Guar) Vench chari (Guar chari) Beans (Green) (Sem) Drumstick (Sajana) Green Chillies Mushroom Lotus Stem(Kakadi) Tinda Gilki Singada Other Vegetables All Vegetables Other Food Crops Other Food Crop1 Other Food Crop2 Other Food Crop3 Total Other Food Crops Food Crops Total Food Crops Oil Seeds Groundnut Groundnut Small CastorSeed Sesamum (Til) Ramtil/Jagani Rapeseed & Mustard (Toria/Taramira) Linseed Coconut Sunflower Safflower Soyabean Nigerseed

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 101100 108800 109900 110000 110100 110200 110300 110400 110500 110600 110700 110800 110900 111000 111200 111300 118800 119900 120000 120100 128800 129900 130000 130100 130200 130201 138800 139900 140000 140100 140200 140300 140400 140500 140600 140700 140800 140900 148800 149900 150000 150100 150200 150300 150400 48 NIC,DIT,GOI Oil Palm Other Oil Seeds Total Oil Seeds Fibres Cotton Jute Mesta Sunhemp Ambadi Dencha Umra Veerum Cambodia Jarila Burri H-420 Other Fibres Total Fibres Dyes & Tan. Materials Indigo Other Dyes & Tan. Materials Total Dyes & Tan. Materials Drugs & Narcotics Opium/Hafim Tobacco Tobacco Anya Other Drugs & Narcotics Total Drugs & Narcotics Fodder & Green Manures Guar Oats Green Manures Lusan Grass Burseem Kardi Makka chari Chari Other Fodder Crops Total Fodder Crops Plantation Crops Tea Coffee Rubber Arecanut

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 158800 159900 160000 160100 160200 160300 160400 160500 160600 160700 160800 160801 160802 160900 168800 169900 170000 170100 170200 170300 170400 170401 170500 170600 170700 171100 171200 171300 171400 171500 179900 180000 180100 180200 180300 180400 180500 188800 189900 190000 199900 Other Plantation Crops Total Plantation Crops Floriculture Crops Orchids Rose (Gulab) Gladiolus Carnation Marigold (Genda) Lotus (Kamal) Jasmine (Mogra/Bela) Sunflower Sunflower yellow (Sevanthi) Sunflower white (Guldawari) Chameli Other Flowers Total Floriculture Crops Aromatic & Medicinal Plants Asgandh Isabgol Sena Moosli Safed Moosli Other Medicinal Plant Ashwagandha Saffron (Kesar) Lemon Grass Mint Menthol Eucalyptus Other Aromatic Plant Total Aromatic & Medicinal Plants Other Non-Food Crops Canes Bamboos Other Non-Food Crop1 Other Non-Food Crop2 Other Non-Food Crop3 Other Non-Food Crops Total Other Non-Food Crops Non-Food Crops Total Non-Food Crops

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Crop Season type It is the name of the field which is being used to capture information regarding crop season being followed in the states. The entire agricultural operations is divided into major two crop seasons namely Kharif which lasts from third week of May till the end of October. This is followed by Rabi season(from November till April). In some states, a third season known as Jayad is also followed. The prime scope of the field is to describe the crop season. A standard list of standard codes along with name of crop seasons is being given in Table 2.3.1- Standard Classification adopted for Season with digital coding scheme. Table 2.3.1-Standard Classification adopted for Season with digital coding scheme Season Code 0100 0101 0102 0103 0104 0105 0200 0201 0202 0300 0301 0302 0400 0401 0402 Season Name Kharif Early Kharif Summer Pre-monsoon Monsoon Post-monsoon Rabi Early Rabi Winter Jayad Kharif Jayad Rabi Jayad Others Thaladi Bhadoi

Four seasons such as Kharif, Rabi, Jayad & Others can be standardized at the National Level.

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Source of Irrigation It is the name of field which is being used to capture information regarding irrigation source in referred land parcel ,plot or survey number. The prime scope of the field is to acquire the information regarding irrigation source and type and its ownership. Description of coding design for Irrigation sources As per Minor irrigation census , Irrigation source have been classified as follows: (A) Major Group (Please refer to table 2.5.1 for classification & codes) (B) Minor Group (Please refer to table 2.5.1 for classification & codes) (C) Owner type (Please refer to table 2.5.2 for classification & codes) (D) Lifting Device type (Please refer to table 2.5.3 for classification & codes) For each of these A ,B,C & D group , has been assigned and are being given in Table 2.5.1,2.5.2 & 2.5.3 . Any type of irrigation source may be represented using these codes. For example : Type Code (i) Pucca Well (Self Owned) : 1010200 The list of codes for irrigation sources used in Land Records is given in Table 2.5.4 Table 2.5.1- Major & Minor group of irrigation sources Major group Digital Minor group Digital_code code B A Dugwell 1 Pucca_well 101 Kuccha well 102 Dug-cum-borewell 103 Others 104 Shallow Tube 2 Shallow tubewell 201 wells Filter point 202 Bore well 203 Other 204 Deep Tube well 3 Deep Tube well 300 Surface flow 4 Tanks 401 irrigation Ponds; Bundhis 402 scheme Permanent diversion 403 Temporary Diversion 404 Water conservation cum 405 ground water Surface lift 5 Lift on river 501 irrigation Lift on stream 502 scheme Lift on drain Canal 503 Lift on tank/pond 504

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Table 2.5.2- Codes for Ownership of irrigation sources Code Owner group 01 Government owned 02 Self owned 03 Cooperative owned 04 Panchayat 05 Owned by group of farmers (Partnership) 06 Others(Private) 07 Owned by Trust Table 2.5.3- Codes for lifting devices Code Name of lifting Devices 01 Electric pump 02 Diesel pump 03 Wind mills 04 Solar pump 05 Manual/Animal Operational fit 06 Others Table 2.5.4- List of codes for irrigation sources in Land Records Irrigation Irrigation Source Name Source Code 1000000 Wells 1000100 Well (Government) 1000200 Well (Self Owned) 1000300 Well (Cooperative owned) 1000400 Well (Panchayat) 1000500 Well (Owned by a group of farmers) 1000600 Well (Private) 1000700 Well (Owned by trust) 1010000 Pucca Well/Step Well 1010100 Pucca Well (Government) 1010200 Pucca Well (Self owned) 1010300 Pucca Well (Cooperative owned) 1010400 Pucca Well (Panchayat) 1010500 Pucca Well (Owned by group of farmers) 1010600 Pucca Well (Private) 1010700 Pucca Well (Owned by trust) 1020000 Kuccha Well/Masonry Well 1020100 Kuccha Well (Government) 1020200 Kuccha Well (Self owned) 1020300 Kuccha Well (Cooperative owned) 1020400 Kuccha Well (Panchayat) 1020500 Kuccha Well (Owned by group of farmers) 52 NIC,DIT,GOI

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 1020600 1020700 1040000 2030000 2030100 2030200 2030300 2030400 2030500 2030600 2030700 2030101 2030201 2030301 2030401 2030501 2030601 2030701 2030102 2030202 2030302 2030402 2030502 2030602 2030702 3000000 3000100 3000200 3000300 3000400 3000500 3000600 3000700 4000000 4010000 4020000 4020100 4020200 4020300 4020400 4020500 4020600 4020700 4030000 53 Kuccha Well (Private) Kuccha Well (Owned by trust) Others Bore water/Bore well(Nalkoop) Nalkoop (Government) Nalkoop (Self owned) Nalkoop (Cooperative owned) Nalkoop (Panchayat) Nalkoop (Owned by group of farmers) Nalkoop (Private) Nalkoop (Owned by trust) Nalkoop Electric (Government) Nalkoop Electric (Self owned) Nalkoop Electric (Cooperative owned) Nalkoop Electric (Panchayat) Nalkoop Electric (Owned by group of farmers) Nalkoop Electric (Private) Nalkoop Electric (Owned by trust) Nalkoop Diesel (Government) Nalkoop Diesel (Self owned) Nalkoop Diesel (Cooperative owned) Nalkoop Diesel (Panchayat) Nalkoop Diesel (Owned by group of farmers) Nalkoop Diesel (Private) Nalkoop Diesel (Owned by trust) Tube wells Tube Well Government Tube Well Self Tube Well Cooperative owned Tube Well Panchayat Tube Well (Owned by group of farmers) Tube Well (Private) Tube Well Owned by trust Rain/Waterfall/Chashma(Natural Springs)/Ground Water/Surface Water Tanks/ Reservoirs/Sagar/ Hatuwa Jal Yojana Ponds/Farm Pond/Lake/Jheel Pond (Government) Pond (Self owned) Pond (Cooperative owned) Pond (Panchayat owned) Pond (Owned by a group of farmers) Pond (Private) Pond (Owned by trust) Drain/Naala/Nahar/Canal/Stream/River/Small River

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 4030100 4030200 4030300 4030400 4030500 4030600 4030700 4040000 4050000 5000000 5030000 0000105 0000205 0000305 0000405 0000505 0000605 0000705 0000001 0000101 0000201 0000301 0000401 0000501 0000601 0000701 0000002 0000102 0000202 0000302 0000402 0000502 0000602 0000702 9999999 Nahar (Government) Nahar (Self owned) Nahar (Cooperative owned) Nahar (Panchayat owned) Nahar (Owned by a group of farmers) Nahar (Private) Nahar (Owned by trust) Anaicut/Kul/Kuhal/Garat Bunds/Budkis/Check Dam/Rehants/Rapat Lift Water Lift Canal/Tor Canal Hand pump (Haathnal) (Government) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Self owned) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Cooperative owned) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Panchayat owned) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Owned by a group of farmers) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Private) Hand pump (Haathnal) (Owned by trust) Pump Electric Pump Electric (Government) Pump Electric (Self owned) Pump Electric (Cooperative owned) Pump Electric (Panchayat owend) Pump Electric (Owned by a group of farmers) Pump Electric (Private) Pump Electric (Owned by trust) Pump Diesel Pump Diesel (Government) Pump Diesel (Self owned) Pump Diesel (Cooperative owned) Pump Diesel (Panchayat owned) Pump Diesel (Owned by a group of farmers) Pump Diesel (Private) Pump Diesel (Owned by trust) No sources

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Soil type The soil data is being collected by patwari/village accountants at parcel level. This ground level data could provide soil information which could be integrated at 1:50000/1:250000 scale soil maps as prepared by national level organizations like Department of Space/NBSS,NRSA & LUP/ AISLUS. 2.4.3 Existing System: 2.4.4 Survey and Settlement Department Land revenue registers are available in all the States. This database has the soil data as collected by the patwari in local terms. The electronic form of the same data is also available in the database and is collected under the computerization of land records project. 2.4.5 Disadvantages: 1.The soil data as available in the land records database is collected by using conventional approaches. The data is collected by the Patwari and he is not a soil expert. 2. There is a clear cut gap between the data collected by the Patwari and the data collected by different agencies in a scientific way. 3. The data as collected by the patwari is in more of land use and land revenue sense then the soil composition and physical characteristics. 4. There is no scientific correlation between the soil nomenclature as followed by the patwari and the soil code made by the various national level agencies. Soil type is captured in the Land Records Database in the states of Andaman and Nicobar, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Karnataka, Sikkim and Puducherry. There are about 998 different soil types in states like Rajasthan wherein they could be accommodated as sub-category in nine major categories of soil types in that State. Hence, after a detailed study of the soil codes in practice in the states, it was found that the digital code for storing soil type was five digits as 00000. The extreme left two digits would indicate the major category of soil such as Black Cotton, Alluvial, Wasteland, Hilly, Rocky, Sandy, Loamy, Silt, Clay, Red, Stony, Mixed, Garden and Others. The remaining three digits would indicate the soil sub-category. The digital codes for soil types in Land Records is given in Table 2.4.1-Codes for Soil types in Land Records. Table 2.4.1- Codes for Soil types in Land Records Soil Code Soil Name 01000 Chaahi/Kaali (Black Cotton/Black) 01001 Chaahi Nahari 01002 Chaahi Mustar 01003 Chaahi Baraani 01004 Chaahi Aabi 01005 Chaahi Safeda 55 NIC,DIT,GOI

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 01006 01007 01008 01009 01010 01011 02000 02001 02002 03000 04000 04001 04002 04003 04004 04005 05000 05001 05002 05003 05004 06000 06001 06002 06003 06004 07000 07001 07002 07003 07004 08000 09000 09001 09002 09003 09004 10000 10001 10002 11000 12000 12001 Kaali I Kaali II Kaali A Kaali B Kaali C Kaali D Nahari (Alluvial) Alluvial Clay(Soil Class-I) Alluvial Loam (Soil Class-II) Sewaj Talaabi Peta/Kheda/Peta Kheda I Kheda II Kheda III Kheda A Kheda B Kachaar Kachaar I Kachaar II Kachaar III Kachaar IV Baarani Baarani Safeda Baarani Jalodak Baarani Keekar Baarani Baag Banjar/Banjad/Padath/Banjar Dom/Banjo(Wasteland) Banjar Kadim Charaaha Banjar Jadeed Banjar Kadim Banjar Avval Beed Baag/Bagicha/Bagiche(Garden) Baag Aabi Baag Nahari Baag Chaahi Baag Beri Pahaadi(Hilly) Pahaadi A Pahaadi B Rocky Kullahu/Kool(Sand) Regar Sand containing not more than 1/3 clay(Soil Class-V)

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 12002 13000 13001 13002 13003 13004 13005 13006 13007 13008 13009 14000 15000 15001 15002 16000 16001 16002 17000 17001 17002 18000 18001 18002 18003 19000 19001 19002 19003 20000 20001 20002 20003 21000 21001 21002 21003 21004 21005 22000 Red Sand, or gravel, containing not more than 1/3 clay(Soil Class-VIII) Aabi(Loam) Regar loam containing from 1/3 to 2/3 clay(Soil Class-IV) Red loam containing from 1/3 to 2/3 clay(Soil Class-VII) Aabi I Aabi II Aabi III Aabi IV Aabi Sarkari Aabi A Aabi B Sailabi/Khadin(Silt) Taink(Clay) Regar Clay containing upwards of 2/3 of clay(Soil Class-III) Red Clay containing upwards of 2/3 clay(Soil Class-VI) Laal(Red) Laal A Laal B Mixed Black Mix Red Mix Dumat Dumat I Dumat II Dumat III Padba Padba I Padba II Padba III Maar Maar I Maar II Maar III Gohan Gohan I Gohan I(14) Gohan II Gohan III Gohan IV Kaabar

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 22001 22002 22003 23000 23001 23002 23003 23004 24000 24001 24002 25000 25001 25002 26000 26001 26002 26003 27000 27001 27002 27003 27004 28000 28001 28002 29000 29001 29002 29003 29004 30000 30001 30002 30003 30004 31000 31001 31002 31003 31004 32000 32001 32002 32003 58 Kaabar I Kaabar II Kaabar III Aapasi Aapasi I Aapasi II Aapasi III Aapasi IV Daanda Daanda I Daanda II Behad Behad I Behad II Raakad Raakad I Raakad II Raakad III Khor Khor I Khor II Khor III Khor IV Booda Booda I Booda II Theer Theer I Theer II Theer III Theer IV Jor Jor I Jor II Jor III Jor IV Seka Seka I Seka II Seka III Seka IV Jalodak/Nadi/River Jalodak Safeda Jalodak A Jalodak B NIC,DIT,GOI

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 32004 33000 33001 33002 33003 34000 34001 34002 35000 35001 35002 35003 36000 36001 36002 37000 37001 37002 38000 38001 38002 39000 39001 39002 39003 40000 41000 42000 43000 44000 44001 44002 44003 44004 44005 44006 44007 44008 44009 44010 44011 44012 44013 44014 44015 59 Jalodak C Sinchai Sinchaai A Sinchaai B Sinchaai C Dor Dor 1 Dor 2 Baada Baada 1 Baada 2 Baada 3 Dussali Dussali 1 Dussali 2 Patrua Patrua 1 Patrua 2 Adaan Adaan 1 Adaan 2 Gadda Gadda 1 Gadda 2 Gadda 3 Fardia Chaah Nehanchi Aa Kaakand Bhaalu Others(Digar/Anya Mitti) Niyaayi Namayi Dahari Same Thoor Matyaar Rosli Bood Chirmot Chiknot Maagda Chow Kamaj Marla Dakar Jakheera Darakhthaan NIC,DIT,GOI

LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 44016 44017 44018 44019 44020 44021 P-I P-II P-III C-I C-II C-III

Sixteen Major Types of Soil Soils are diverse and differ from area to area. Sixteen major types of soils have been recognized. These are listed below: 1. Red loamy soils (Eastern Himalayas, eastern ghats, Tamil Nadu uplands), 2 Red and lateritic soils (eastern plateau, north-eastern hills, western ghats), 3 Red and yellow soils (eastern plateau adjoining central highlands), 4 Shallow and medium black soils (Deccan plateau, central Maharashtra and Karnataka plateau), 5 Medium and deep black soils (central highlands, Narmada Valley, Malwa plateau, Bundelkhand and Kathiawar peninsula), 6 Mixed red and black soils (parts of Deccan plateau, Telangana, Bellary and Anantpur regions of Karnataka plateau), 7 Coastal alluvium - derived soils (eastern and western coastal plains), 8 alluvium - derived soils (western, northern and eastern plains), 9 Desert soils (southwestern Punjab, Haryana plains, Rajasthan, Marusthali and Kachchh peninsula), 10 Tarai soils (foothills of central and western Himalaya), 11 Brown and red hill soils (eastern Himalaya), 12 Saline and alkali soils (Kathiawar peninsula, alluvial plains of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan), 13 Shallow and skeletal soils (Ladakh and Kashmir). 14 Grey brown soils (foothills of Aravallis), 15 Brown forest and podzolic soil (north-western Himalaya),

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) 16 Sandy and littoral soils (Lakshadweep and coastal areas of Andaman and Nicobar islands).
(Source:http://www.fao.org/ag/AGP/AGPC/doc/Counprof/India.htm)

National Level Efforts for Soil Mapping It is observed that various national level organizations like NBSS & LUP, All India Soil and Land Use Survey, NNRMS Division of Department of Space are involved in preparation of soil map of the country in scales like 1:50000 and 1:250000. For this purpose the Maps of Survey of India and Satellite Maps are being used. These agencies use soil taxonomic classification which is strictly hierarchical in nature and is divided into six groups namely order, sub-order, great-order, great-group, family and series. They have identified 29 soil characteristics for classification of soil. The benchmark soil series used by NNRMS, ISRO, Department of Space, Bangalore is attached with Annexure-2 of this document. A sample classification of the soil code is shown below: SOIL-CODE CODING SCHEME FOR SOILS UPTO SUB-GROUP LEVEL Coding scheme for soil layer AA- BB- CC- DD- EEFFGG-HH (16 digits) AA Order (Two digits) BB Sub-Order (Two digits) CC- Grate Group (Two digits) DD- Sub-group (Two digits) EE- Family, Texture (Two digits) FF- Family, Mineralogy (Two digits) GG-Family, Temperature (Two digits) HH- Series (Two digits) Level Detail Scale Code Level-1 Sub-Group 1:1Million AABBCCDD Level-2 Family 1:2,50,000 AABBCCDDEEFFGG Level-3 Series 1:50,000 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHH

(Source : Keys to Soil Taxonomy, Sixth Edition, 1994 USDA, Soil Conservation Service )

SIZE OF HOLDING (Farmer Category) Size of Holding) to capture information about the Category of the Farmer. It is based on the total land holding in hectares. BPL census list cater to the actual need of the government at various level of administration. These are being used for various Rural Development Schemes.

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Table 2.9.1 gives a list of standard codes used for size of holding. Table 2.9.1 Codes for size of holding in Land Records Holding Holding size name size Code 1 Large Farmer (greater than 5 hectares) 2 Medium Farmer (greater than 2 hectares and less than/equal to 5 hectares) 3 Small Farmer/Marginal Farmer (less than/equal to 2 hectares) ENCODING Since Land Records data is available in the local language, there is need for a standard encoding scheme. At present, some states are storing data in 7 bit ISCII, ISFOC and 8 bit ISCII. Unicode and its standards fonts as available for a specific language may be adopted. The system shall enable transliterated outputs in English in respect of vernacular data for integration of state level data at the national level. CASTES/TRIBES The classification adopted at the national level are only the major categories from the land records database. The detailed list of castes/tribes are maintained by the respective social welfare departments of the states and the centre. The States can have 2 digits for each sub category under the major category, so that 99 sub types can be accommodated in each major category, but at the national level we have identified only the following 9 major categories having four digits. The total length of digital code assigned for castes/tribes type is 4 characters such as 0000. The list of standard castes/tribes codes adopted in Land Records is given in Table 2.13.1. Table 2.13.1 - Castes/Tribes codes in Land Records Caste Caste type name type Code 0100 Scheduled Castes (SC) 0200 Scheduled Tribes (ST) 0300 Other Backward Classes (OBC) 0400 Others/General 0500 Minorities 0600 Slum Dwellers (Assam & Jharkhand) 0700 Ex-Tea Garden Labourers (Assam) 0800 Ex-Servicemen 0900 Physically Challenged 9999 Not Available 62 NIC,DIT,GOI

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LRISD, NIC(Hqrs) Glossary of Revenue Terminology


Abadi Deh Badastur Banjar Banjar Jadid Banjar Kadim Barani Bigha Biswa Biswansi Chahi Chahi Nahri Chari Chaukidar Chkota Dholi Gair-Mumkin Girdawar Girdawari Gosha Jawar Kalar Kanal Kanungo Karam Kharaba Kharif Khasra Khasra Girdawari Khata Khatauni Khewat Khewat/Khatauni In inhabitant site of village Unaltered Uncultivated land New fellow (land not cultivated for continuous four harvests though it was cultivated earlier. Old fallow (If continued to be uncultivated for next four harvests) Dependent on rainfall A measure of area (It is different in different areas) One twentieth of a bigha One twentieth of a biswa Irrigated from well Irrigated partly from a well and partly from canal. A kind of millet (g.v.) grown for fodder Village Watchman Lump grain rent or rent consisting of a foxed amount of grain in the rabi and kharif. Death bed gift or a small plot of land to a Brahmin Barren Kanungo or Supervisor of Patwaris Harvest Inspection Corner A kind of millet (Sorghum Val gave) Barren Land (Sour Clay) A measure of area Supervisor of Patwaris Unit of Length Portion of crop which has failed to come. Autumn harvest List of fields, field register Harvest Inspection Register Holding of tenant Holding slips prepared at re-measurement ng A combined Khewat & Khatauni

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Khud Kashat Killabandi Lamaberdar Latha Girdawari Marla Masri Mauza Min Misal Haqiyat Musavi Nahri Naib-Tehsildar Parat Patwar Parat Sarkar Patwari Rabi Sabik Sub-Division Sub-Divisional Magistrate Taccavi Tehsildar Waris Wasil Baqi Nawis Wattar Zamindar Measuring of Area A small pulse Village Portion / Part Record-of-Right Mapping Sheet Irrigated from canal The Deputy or Assistant of Tehsildar Patwari copy of the new settlement record Government Copy of the new settlement record A Village Accountant or Registrar Spring Harvest Former A sub division of a district In-charge of a tehsildar Loan granted by a Government to landowner for agriculture purposes. In-charge of a tehsil Successor Revenue Accountant in the Tehsil Diagonal Line Landowner Cultivated by the owner himself Rectangular measurement Village Headman

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