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Bhoomi RTC Official Details

Last Updated 31st Oct 2020

Bhoomi is an online platform introduced by the Government of Karnataka for the citizens of the state to check their land records online.

Address Bhoomi Monitoring Cell
SSLR Building, K.R. Circle
Bangalore - 560001
Email bhoomi@karnataka.gov.in
Phone Number 080-22113255/ 8277864065
Contact Timings 10:00 AM to 05:30 PM
Official Website http://rtc.karnataka.gov.in
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    Bhoomi Karnataka Land Records

    To digitize the land records of the property prevailing in the Karnataka State, the government launched a web portal called Bhoomi in the year 2000. Bhoomi is an online platform for managing the RTCs (Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crop Information), where residents can submit or withdraw land records and also know about the status of their land while sitting at their home.

    Services Provided at Bhoomi Website

    Any resident of Karnataka can log in to Bhoomi website to avail the following services related to their land.

    • Pahani online: If you want to get the print of original RTC( Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crop Information), you can easily get it done anytime and anywhere by paying a fee of ₹ 10 per RTC online through the Bhoomi portal.
    • Citizen portal: To avail services like view RTC, getting land records, register for land and know records about land dispute or conversion of land etc. citizens can log in the Citizen portal using their login credentials such as user name and password.
    • Revenue maps: You can also download the revenue maps in the PDF format online. A revenue map of the land provides details such as the area and division of the concerned land in the form of a map.
    • Mutation records: To get the documents about the transfer of ownership of property or to track the status of mutation, you can visit the Bhoomi website.
    • RTC XML Verification: Citizens can also cross-verify the RTC records through this service on the official website of Bhoomi website.
    • Regularising land: To regularise unauthorised agricultural land, you can fill Bhoomi Form-57 Data Entry available on online Bhoomi website.
    • Other Services: Tipan (Survey document related to land) and i-Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops (i-RTC) are some of the other services available on the Bhoomi website.

    How to Register at Bhoomi Online site?

    If citizens want to avail the services as mentioned earlier, they can register for Bhoomi website by following these steps:

    • Visit the official website by clicking on http://rtc.karnataka.gov.in
    • Next, on the left side of the screen, click on ‘Create Account’ and a new window will appear.
    • Now, enter details such as your name, Email address, Mobile number etc. and click on the Sign-Up/Submit button.

    How to View Karnataka Land Records?

    Here is a step-by-step guide to view Karnataka land records online:

    • Visit the official Bhoomi Land Record Website by clicking on https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/.
    • Click on the Bhoomi project.
    • Now go to 'For Citizen Services'.
    • Next, click on view RTC and MR.'
    • Now, you will be redirected to the new page.
    • Fill in all the details as per your requirements.
    • Finally, click on 'Fetch Details'.

    Bhoomi Karnataka Land Registration Process

    KAVERI Online service is the web-based platform that you can use to book appointments for the land registration. To register for your land you need to follow these necessary steps.

    • Firstly, buy the stamp paper and submit it to the sub-registrar with all the property papers.
    • The concerned authorities will then verify the land documents.
    • If the documents are valid, you need to pay the fee for land registration.
    • The sub-registrar will then give you a receipt for land registration, and he will also click the photo as evidence.
    • Buyer and seller will then provide the verbal consent for the land registration.
    • Finally, you will be provided with a unique registration number for your land.

    What is RTC?

    RTC or (Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crop Information) is a document which is also known as Pahani and contains following details about the land.

    • Area of the Land
    • Commercial, agricultural and non-agricultural residential flood area
    • Crops are grown on the land
    • Identification of soil type
    • Information about the landowner
    • Liabilities such as bank loans on the land
    • Nature of possession
    • Tenancy
    • Type of land
    • Water Rate

    How to Get Bhoomi RTC?

    To get an electronic copy of Bhoomi Karnataka RTC, follow these necessary steps.

    • Firstly, visit the official website of the Karnataka Online Land Records Bhoomi and click on Bhoomi project.
    • Next, click on the ‘i-RTC’ icon and you will be redirected to the new page.
    • Now login to the web portal by entering details such as user ID, Password, captcha code and then click on the ‘Login’ button.
    • Now choose from the ‘Current Year’ or ‘Old Year’ options as per your requirements and fill in details such as your District, Taluk, Hobli, Village and Survey Number.
    • Finally, click on the ‘Fetch Details’ icon to gain access to your RTC Form

    What is Mutation Property?

    The process of change in ownership of a property from one individual to another is known as mutation. Mutation of property happens in the following situations.

    • Property is sold
    • Partition of land within the family
    • Acquisition of land by the government
    • Death of owner
    • Conversion of land from agriculture to other purposes

    How to view Mutation Register Details on Bhoomi?

    If you want to view mutation details of the property, follow these steps:

    • Visit the official Karnataka Land Record website by clicking on https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/
    • Next, click on the Bhoomi project, and a new page will be displayed.
    • Now, click on 'For Citizen Services' and then on 'View RTC and MR'.
    • Next, click on MR and fill in details such as Village name, district name etc. to view mutation details.

    How to Check Mutation Report Status?

    Here is a step-by-step guide to check mutation report status online.

    • Visit the official Karnataka Land Record website by clicking on https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/.
    • Next, click on the Bhoomi project, and a new page will be displayed.
    • Now, click on 'For Citizen Services' and then on 'View RTC and MR'.
    • Next, click on Mutation status and a new window will appear.
    • Fill in details such as district, taluk etc.

    How to get Revenue Map for Land Records Online?

    A revenue map of the land provides details such as the area and division of the concerned land in the form of a map. Here is a step-by-step guide to get the revenue map for land in PDF format.

    • Visit the official Karnataka Land Record website by clicking on https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/
    • Next, click on the Bhoomi project, and a new page will be displayed.
    • Now, find 'Revenue Maps' in the citizen services at the bottom of the screen.
    • Finally, fill in details such as Village name, Taluk, Hobli etc.

    How to View Dispute Case Reports?

    You can also get the report of any disputed land case by following these steps.

    • Visit the official Karnataka Land Record website by clicking on https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/
    • Next, click on the Bhoomi project, and a new page will be displayed.
    • Now, click on 'For Citizen Services' and then on 'Dispute Cases'.
    • Finally, fill in details such as district and Taluk for which you want a dispute report and click on 'Get report'.

    Fees & Charges for Karnataka Land Documents

    You can also know about the records of your property through offline mode by visiting the Kiosk centres across the state. The table below is the fees that you need to pay for getting the land document.

    Document Fees
    Tippan ₹ 15
    Mutation Status ₹ 15
    Mutation Extract ₹ 15
    Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops (RTC) ₹ 10

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    FAQs

    What is RTC in Karnataka Land Records?

    RTC or (Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops) contains land details such as information about the landowner, type of land, area of the property, crops that are grown on the land, any liability etc. on the land.

    How do I get my original RTC online?

    You can get the print of your original RTC by paying a fee of ₹ 10 per RTC on the official website of Karnataka Land Records anytime and anywhere. To get the bhoomi RTC online, log in to the website and click on Pahani online as you visit the website.

    How do I find my RTC details?

    You can view the status of RTC details by logging in to the official Bhoomi website. After logging click on 'View RTC and MR' and fill in required details such as the village, district name etc. Also, you can know about your RTC by visiting the Kiosk centres across the states.

    Can we take RTC online?

    Yes, you can now view and download the Bhoomi RTC online by logging to the official website of Karnataka Online Land Records Bhoomi. To download, you need to pay a fee of ₹ 10 per RTC.

    How can I get Pani online?

    RTC or Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crop Information is also known as Pani. You can get Bhoomi RTC online by logging into the official website of Bhoomi and then filling details as mentioned on the page.

    Why is RTC used?

    RTC stands for Record of Rights, Tenancy and Crops and contains information about the land such as the owner of land, land type and any liability on the land. To view or download any details about the status of your land you can get Bhoomi RTC.

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