Improvement of Cadastral System: Scope in Nepal

Authors

  • Susheel Dangol Ministry of Land Reform and Management
  • Buong Yong Kwak Korea Cadastre Survey Centre

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/njg.v12i0.9069

Keywords:

Cadastral Survey, Total Station, Global Positioning System, Satellite Images

Abstract

The cadastral system in Nepal is developing continuously with gradual speed. Cadastralsurvey started with chain survey and in due course of time, plane table survey was adopted for the survey in spite of its limitations in accuracy and time. Currently, total station has been practiced in few municipalities for this purpose. The paper focuses on the probability of modern data handling technology; Total station, Global Positioning System (GPS), Participatory GIS and Remote Sensing as the appropriate technology for the improvement of existing cadastral system of the country. Current situation of the cadastral system and the technology used, its shortcomings and the suitability of the proposed data handling technology are discussed in the paper.

Nepalese Journal on Geoinformatics -12, 2070 (2013AD): 19-24

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Published

2013-10-31

How to Cite

Dangol, S., & Kwak, B. Y. (2013). Improvement of Cadastral System: Scope in Nepal. Journal on Geoinformatics, Nepal, 12, 19–24. https://doi.org/10.3126/njg.v12i0.9069

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