e-Sakor transalates to e = eletronic, Sa = Land and Kor= About. It is an integrated land information service portal. For now the system is being used by officials of NLCS to do land transaction electronically.
What is e-Sakor?
e-Sakor transalates to e = eletronic, Sa = Land and Kor= About. It is an integrated land information service portal.
Rural e-SaKor is a web-based system to cater to online land transaction. The main objective of the system is to create access to land information from remote offices like Gewog and Dzongkhag, so that we can improve on efficiency and quality of our services. Due to the ubiquitous nature of the world wide web, land transaction can be processed from anywhere as long as the user has the security credentials needed to access the system.
The e-Sakor system was developed by the National Land Commission in close collaboration with the Swedesurvey AB of Sweden. The system is capable of processing land transaction in its entirety, along with cadastral map and scanned copies of legal documents. The e-SaKor system has a module to generate historical information of transaction apart from the digital copy of paper documents, which form the legal framework.
Rural e-Sakor site: www.sakor.gov.bt
Urban e-Sakor was developed by a local consultant Athang. It was cloned from rural e-Sakor and is currently functional in four Gelyoung Thromdes: Thimphu, Phuntsholing, Gelephu and Samdrupjongkhar. Soon the Thromdes where Lagthrams are issued after National Cadastral Resurvey Programme (NCRP) will be integrated and launched and then the transactions can be started.
Urban e-Sakor site: urban.nlcs.gov.bt
Urban e-Sakor Training site: urbantraining.nlcs.gov.bt