Data Visualisation: India Internets
The second round of the N-LRSI 2021 offers an opportunity to measure the progress made by the various States/UTs on the parameters that formed the basis of N-LRSI 2020. It also facilitates assessment of the extent to which the recommendations made to various States/UTs in N-LRSI 2020 were considered for implementation. To facilitate a meaningful comparison between the two rounds, N-LRSI 2021 used the same components and weights in scoring as used in the first round.
N-LRSI 2021 has been constructed to award a maximum of 100 points to measure the performance of each State/UT by allocating: a) a 60 per cent weightage to the extent of digitisation of land records and the registration process; and b) a 40 per cent weightage to the extent to which the record possesses features that are likely to reflect the improved quality of land records with timely updating of ownership, the extent of joint ownership, actual land use, area, and noting of encumbrances. For testing the three indicators under Component 1 (i.e. the extent of digitisation of land records and registration process) viz. RoRs, CMs and Circle Rates, the combination sample was used comprised of a sub-sample from last year’s sample and additional sampling units. For measuring the quality of land records (Component 2), the combination sample design was adopted to widen the scope of coverage by including villages adjacent to the headquarter villages.
Accessibility Index 2021 was also constructed based on the Guidelines for Indian Government Websites 2.0 (GIGW 2.0), prepared by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY). The Accessibility Index used - ease of access, comprehensive information, website design & navigation, help/assistance features as the four broad indicators on which the Index was computed, each contributing 25 marks for a total of 100 for the Index.
Research Support: Disha Saxena, Vijay Singh Bangari, Apoorva, Chandni Mishra, Falak Naz, Rupal Taneja, Arundhati Sharma
Team Support: Sadhna Singh