In the past these documents were being provided by the revenue office manually but with the bringing of Bhoomi Portal, these details are provided online. As an owner of the land, applicants can directly visit the official Bhoomi login and get the RTC document. Here is the process which you can follow to get the i-RTC fetched.
How to get Karnataka Missed iRTC
In case you have missed Karnataka Bhoomi RTC to download from the above process, then you can get it load even after successful payment of processing fees.
- Go to the i-RTC page from https://landrecords.karnataka.gov.in/service37/MissedRTC.aspx of Bhoomi Portal
- Enter the Order number which you received during processing
- Click on get i-RTC to fetch details
- Print your Missed iRTC
That’s it, The details and RTC status will be available to download, as you have already paid the processing fees. These RTC documents may download and printed for your future reference.
Why is the i-RTC document mandatory?
The Record of Land, Tenancy and crop is a document that consists of information of the Landowner and its details. Thus to show the ownership by the current owner, these documents alone will hold as proof. To prove the ownership and identity of property, these RTC documents are mandatory.
RTC order number sent to mobile number?
If the applicant registered to get the status from the Bhoomi portal, the updates may sent to your registered mobile number. As well while registering with the citizen portal you have to provide your mobile number, which will get updates and as well the RTC order number after successful payment of processing fees.
Can I change my name in Pahani Document in Karnataka?
If you have the wrong name in The Pahani also referred to as an RTC document, Then you have to visit the revenue department with the land registration document which has a proper name and ask them to update the same in Pahani papers.