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NLRMP and Agriculture Holdings (in Hindi)
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  3. The National Land Records Modernisation Programme (NLRMP), The National Land Records Modernisation Programme (NLRMP), started in 2008, aims at updating and digitising land records by the end of the Twelfth Plarn Important points related to this process may be summarised as follows: Digitisation will help enormously in lowering the costs of land transactions, while conclusive title will eliminate legal uncertainty and the need to use the government as an intermediary for acquiring land so as to 'cleanse' title Rollout in various states needs to be accelerated-easier and quicker land transactions will especially help small and medium enterprises Prohibitory land leasing norms raises the cost to rural-urban migration, as villagers are unable to lease their land, and often have to leave the land untilled or leave a family member behind to work on the land. Lifting these restrictions can help the landless get land from those who migrate

  4. The National Land Records Modernisation Programme (NLRMP), Compulsory registration of leaseholds and of the owner's title would provide tenants and landowners protection. For such a leasing market to take off, owners should be confident that long-term tenancy would not lead to their losing ownership For large projects with a public purpose, such as the National Industrial and Manufacturing Zones, which will facilitate the setting up of small and medumenfies, rge-ecale land acquiation may be necessary

  5. Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2015 Leasing seems a better choice in face of farmer's opposition seen in recent times in different states toward attempts at land acquisition. Again, if the country needs to attract investment from the organised private sector (domestic or foreign) land leasing seems a better option than land acquisition Corporate farming has not taken place in the country in a big scale, especially in the areas of food grains production, which India needs to ensure food security and compete in the global grain market, in particular, and the agri-market in general Giving primacy to leasing will solve several problems: a) It will keep land ownership in the hands of the existing farmers b) It will prevent mass landlessness and unemployment among the farmers c) Farmers will get a permanent source of income (in the meantime, they might be imparted skills and provide better employment in industries) d) It will make land easily available for use of public and private purposes

  6. Model Land Leasing Law proposed by the NITI Aayog in 2016 In the wake of the process of globalisation, if the country intends to bring in benefits to agriculture sector it needs to enhance its agriculture production to surplus levels-and for this India needs to garner in the investment potential of the private sector. This cannot happen till the country is able to bring out effective land leasing and acquisition policies. The recent emphasis on the promotion of the 'manufacturing sector' and 'smart cities' are hugely dependent on smoother and speedier process of land acquisition. Without expanding the industrial sector to its optimum levels, the agriculture sector can emerge a remunerative profession-the country needs to migrate the extra labour force of the agriculture sector to industry, smoothly The issue of land acquisition is to establish a logical equation with 'environmental issue', in order to make the process of development sustainable (NITI Aayog gives a right call for it).


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