Hyderabad, Apr 27 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Revenue Minister D Prasad Rao today said the state government and the Department of Land Resources would jointly organise a two-day 'International Symposium on ''contemporary trends in Cadastral Surveys and Land'' from tomorrow in the city.
Addressing the press here, Mr Rao said about 100 delegates from all states, including senior officers of the Union government in land administration, Survey and Revenue, would participate in the symposium, which would be inaugurated by Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.
Stating that experts and officials would discuss land issues, he said some of them would visit Nizamabad district where the 'Bhu Bharati' project, launched on a pilot basis by the state government to survey lands, was going on.
The government had so far spent Rs 13 crore, out of Rs 34 crore allocated to take up the project in Nizamabad district. It had taken up the project in another five districts in the last financial year and the remaining districts would be included during this year. The project would be completed in five years, he added.
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