Registration Department Jammu and Kashmir Conducts 14-days NGDRS Online Training Programme
Subsequent to the successful roll-out last in September 2020, of the
NGDRS (National Generic Document Registration System) in 24 SRO locations spread over 5
districts of Jammu & Kashmir namely Srinagar, Jammu, Kathua, Samba and Udhampur, the
Registration Department J&K has undertaken the target of 100% implementation, by the first
week of November 2020, in all the remaining 77 SRO locations of the UT of J&K covering 15
It was with this objective in mind that a comprehensive 2-weeks training on NGDRS
(National Generic Document Registration System was conducted for Registrars and Sub
Registrars of 15 Districts namely Ganderbal, Budgam, Anantnag, Kulgam, Pulwama, Shopian,
Baramulla, Bandipore, Kupwara, Poonch, Rajauri, Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban and Reasi from 14th
October to 27th of October 2020. The officers of the Registration Department, J&K participated in
the online training (lectures and hands-on) imparted by the Software Development Unit (SDU),
NIC, Pune in collaboration with Registration Department J&K and NIC Jammu & Kashmir.
The SDU, Pune has already developed and customized the software as per the
requirement of the UT of J&K, for which pilot launch was done by the Advisor to Hon’ble
Lieutenant Governor of J&K, K. K. Sharma on June 15, 2020 following which actual launch was
made in 24 SRO locations of 5 districts on September 18, 2020.
The program was inaugurated by the Inspector General of Registration, Dr. Pawan
Kotwal, IAS. Shri Rishpal Singh, Addl. Inspector General Registration, Jammu supervised the
training programme. Shri Rafiq Ahmed Jaral, Headquarter Assistant to Inspector General
Registration, J&K, Jammu was the key resource person from the Registration department.
Shri A.M. Joshi, Scientist-F and HoD and Shri Rajesh Bhusari, Scientist-F from NIC SDU
Pune and their team members imparted the training by way of demonstrating the workflow of the
software and addressing the queries posed by the ROs and SROs.
Shri Din Dayal Gupta, Scientist-E from NIC J&K emphasized upon all the Deputy
Commissioners, Registrars and Sub-Registrars to have the requisite hardware and stable
connectivity available in the RO and SRO Offices and also submit the required Master Data to
SDU Pune, which is the pre-requisite for shifting to National Generic Document Registration