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computerize

To convert a manual or mechanical task into a computer-controlled process. See computer.
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Mohammad Iqbal, in a complaint against Land computerisation centre, said he had sold four kanals but in record it was nine kanals.
The government hopes to reap similar successes achieved in the Punjab, Sindh and Federal Arms License Projects through computerisation of 0.
The meeting was told that computerised record of 841 villages has been forwarded for field verification while the computerisation of land record of another 15 villages will soon be completed.
He said that the PR would provide all-out security and cooperation for the computerisation task.
In addition, he said that the computerisation project that the Government is implementing on an administrative level should also have some direct bearing on students, so that they are not left on the margins of technological advances.
Computerisation of land records, already begun, will also be completed in six months.
It said the federal government hopes to reap similar successes achieved in Punjab and Sindh through computerisation of 300,000 manual licences in Balochistan.
HAFIZABAD -- Over century-old patwari culture and land mafia has been eliminated due to computerisation of over 75 million acres of land ownership in the province.
Shri Paswan stressed the need for identification of beneficiaries in a fair, transparent and participatory manner, delivery of foodgrains upto door-steps of fair price shops, end-to-end computerisation of TPDS and setting up of an effective grievance redressal mechanism for strengthening of TPDS and effective implementation of the Act.
Addressing a meeting to review the computerisation of land record, he said that land computerisation was top most priority of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif.
LAHORE -- A land record computerisation project across Punjab costing Rs12 billion is in the final stage of completion, an official said.

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