TN Patta Chitta: View FMB, A-Register, EC Online - How to Guides

Posted in Patta Chitta on August 11, 2020

You can view, download or extract patta, chitta, FMB, A-register all in one place by visiting eservices.tn.gov.in portal website. The Tamil Nadu government brings all of their land records in digital world. You can also check the status of your patta application through this TN patta chitta website.

Even you can extract your patta chitta copy on your mobile phone. One and only requirement is just you need patta number or survey number. That’s the details you need to know. Once you know this numbers you can easily get your patta, chitta in pdf format.

I recently done all the process on my own and obtained this patta with in a day. The Tamil Nadu government brings their official land record details from the year 2019 and 2020.

Let’s discuss begins…

Patta means Actually What?

According to Wikipedia, ‘Patta (Hindi: पट्टा) is a type of land deed issued by the government to an individual or organization. The term is used in India and certain other parts of South Asia for a small piece of land, granted by the government to an approved cultivator with a land revenue exemption. The period of exemption is what is required to bring the land under cultivation. These land deeds were associated with the process of land reform in India, after the colonial period. A person holding a patta is known as a pattadar’.

It is a ‘Record of Rights (ROR).

So what kind of data or information present in the Patta. Here is the details:

  1. Name of the property owner with relationship details
  2. District Name
  3. Survey Number
  4. Subdivision Number
  5. Area in Hectare – Ares details (Land details)
  6. Tax details
  7. Wetland(nanjai) or Dryland(punjai) details

Chitta Means…

A Village Administrative Officer (VAO) and Taluk office officially issues the legal revenue document in the name of the land owner about their immovable property details in adangal format. The verified chitta has the information about land ownership, size and area accurately.

Actually chitta defines whether the land is from nanjai or punjai(tamil) land .

Ok how we obtain this chitta…

Actually Tamil Nadu government tries to integrate the details of both patta and chitta in the year 2012. Nowadays all the patta chitta informations are available in one online document by providing your valid survey number.

Documents required to Apply Patta Chitta

  1. A copy of Sales Deed
  2. Aadhaar Card (Learn how to download eAadhar)
  3. Electricity Bill
  4. Tax Receipt

With all of these documents, you have to reach your nearest eAadhar enrolment center to register and apply for new patta. The process only takes 10 minutes to complete.

How to View or Extract TN Patta Chitta Online

Follow the step by step instructions to easily view and download patta chitta document by online mode.

  1. Visit eservices.tn.gov.in official portal site.
  2. There you have to click ‘View Patta & FMB / Chitta / TSLR Extract’.
  3. From Land Records, you have to select your Tamil Nadu District from the drop-down menu.
  4. After that you have to choose your Area Type as whether ‘Rural’ or ‘Urban’.
  5. If you choose as Urban Area, you need to fill District, Taluk, Village. For this area you can view your patta chitta easily by using Patta Number or Survey Number.
  6. Whether if you choose as Rural Area, you need to fill out District, Taluk, Town, Ward, Block. Here you need Survey Number and Sub Division Number to extract patta.
  7. Enter authentication Value.
  8. Click ‘Submit’.

A new page appears which contain the details of land owner and details of land records in a table format. You can take a print out copy easily by clicking ‘Print’ option below the page.

How to Check Tamil Nadu Patta Chitta Status

It’s quite easy if you correctly follow the below points:

  1. View TN E-District Revenue Dept website.
  2. Click ‘Application Status’.
  3. Enter your ‘Application ID’.
  4. Enter Captcha Values as it is.
  5. Click ‘Get Status’ button. It will show the current status of your application with detailed information.

How to Validate Patta Certificate

Again this process is simple…Just follow the three steps to validate your patta.

  1. Visit eservices.tn.gov.in.
  2. Under ‘Verify Web Issued Patta / A-Register Extract’ topic, Click ‘Verify Patta’
  3. It shows Land Records, there you have to put ‘Reference Number’ in the box.
  4. Click ‘Submit’.

The new page appears with detailed information about patta certificate. From there you can vaildate your patta it easily.

How to View A-Register Extract

This is too easy process to obtain A-register Extract. Just basic information required to collect this information as soon as possible. Follow the step by step points:

  1. You have to visit official webpage of A-Register Extract.
  2. From the Land Records, you have to select District, Taluk and Village from the Drop-down Menu.
  3. Once it is selected correctly. You have to put Survey Number in the box that appears at right side.
  4. And then select your ‘Sub Division Number’ from the drop-down button.
  5. Enter Captcha Code.
  6. Click ‘Submit’ button.

The A-register Extract information page will appear in front you. Now you can print or download this copy as PDF document and save it on you mobile or computer.

How to Verify Poramboke Land

Poramboke land means that land belongs to government ie., nattham poramboke land in tamil. In this land there is so much of documents registered without patta. If you built a home in nattham poramboke land, you need to apply for new patta for your name through by visiting your VAO office to process everything. You can easily this land by providing your survey number.

  1. Visit eservices.tn.gov.in.
  2. It will redirect it to eservices official website.
  3. There you have to click ‘Verify Poramboke Land’.
  4. The Land Records Page will appear there you have to verify whether Land is Government or Private.
  5. Select your District, Taluk, Village from the drop-down menu correctly.
  6. Fill Survey Number and Sub Division Number
  7. Click ‘Submit’.

From there you find that land belongs to whether government or private. If it’s government land, it shows ‘This is a Government Land’ but if it’s private land it will clearly shows ‘This is a Private Land’.

Contact Information:

In case if you have any doubts or clarification about these patta chitta things, then you can contact here:  eservices@tn.nic.in

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