Available on Google Play, the app allows you to find the survey number of any location using GPS and will immediately provide information about that property.
“Downloading Dishaank is the first step one must take before purchasing a property,’’ said survey, settlement and land records department commissioner, Munish Moudgil, who has driven the project.
The app also helps in finding the location of a lake, a drain or government land. It superimposes survey numbers of all properties on satellite maps.
The data is made of village maps of 1960 where lakes, drains and valleys etc.
Around 70 lakh survey numbers, translating into about 2.5 crore properties in 30,000 villages (including towns and cities) all over the state have been covered in the app.
It was created by the Karnataka State Remote Sensing Application Centre.
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