Information Technology

Information Technology department of Cantonment Board Bareilly is making continuous efforts towards computerization of all departments to provide transparency and better services to its citizens. The main objective of IT department is computerization of various activities and work flows of various departments in order to promote efficiency, transparency, accountability and responsiveness.

Rakshabhoomi – Defence Land Management Software

Defence Estates Department has developed Raksha Bhoomi software in collaboration with NIC, Chennai. This software records complete defence land data. This software can be used to generate areawise, statewise and categorywise reports of defence lands, glr extracts etc throughout the country.

Raksha Bhoomi Project was launched in November, 2006. The present version of Raksha Bhoomi Software is RB 5.0.

Public Grievance Redressal Software – Samadhaan

Public grievance redressal software – Samadhan has been successfully implemented in Cantonment Board Bareilly. Complaints received are properly addressed and disposed off. This service aims at effective redressal of the complaints filed by the public through e-governance. Effective public grievance redressal is the top most priority of any local self govt. The platform ‘SAMADHAN’ has been developed to address the public grievances in a time bound manner, using the I.T. This can be used as android app or web portal.

File Management Software (FMS) for Cantt Board Record Room


File Management Software (FMS) has been successfully installed in the Office of the Cantonment Board Bareilly. There are two main purpose of the software.

To maintain all the files in a proper arranged manner so that we can easily locate any required file quickly.

To keep records of the temporary movement of files. We can query, search, filter and sort the files. We can also take report of both – all files and movement of files.

Digitization of Defence Land Record

The management of Defence land necessarily warrants proper maintenance of the land records. These are Government titles on land; acquisition proceedings, General Land Register, revenue plans, old grant , lease documents, etc. having ‘Primary and Secondary’ value of evidence.