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ANNOUNCEMENT

We are pleased to inform that the Putatan Land Office is now in operation from 01 Mac 2016  (Tuesday) at the following address :- 

 

PUTATAN LAND OFFICE,

Tingkat 1, Lot 25 dan 26,

1 Place mall,

PUTATAN

 


7892 reads | Posted by Webmaster | 29/02/16 | (Read More)

Briefing on Land Alienation in Sabah

Notes of Briefing on Land Alienation in Sabah presented by Mr Lee Chun Khiong, Deputy Director of Lands in June 2012.

Land Alienation Briefing

1323 reads | Posted by admin | 13/07/12

Briefing on Land Alienation for Sabah Natives

 Briefing Notes on Land Alienation for Sabah Natives presented by Datuk Hj Osman Jamal, Director of  Lands and Surveys Sabah in June 2012.

 

Taklimat Pemberimilikan Tanah kpd Anak Negeri Sabah

1478 reads | Posted by admin | 13/07/12

Geospatial Data Accuracy

Geospatial Data Accuracy and its legal implications in the Malaysian Context

Geospatial Data Accuracy and its legal implications in the Malaysian Context

1435 reads | Posted by admin | 23/10/10

Apple buying Poly9 - alternative for Google Earth

Looks like Google Earth is soon going to face tough competition from a strong rival. Apple has just bought a Canadian mapping company named Poly9. The company specializes in interactive 3D software designed to be used in browsers.

Poly9 (read Apple’s Google Earth) is a very lightweight program which uses only 303 kb of your browser’s memory. The application is cross platform, does not require any download and can run from your iPhone

as well. The interface consists of a spinning 3D globe with comprehensive satellite imagery.  



Read more: Apple Buys Canadian Mapping Company, Trying a Google Earth Alternative http://techie-buzz.com/apple/apple-buys-poly9-google-earth-alternative.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+techiebuzz+%28Techie+buzz%29#ixzz0u5qw9k4z
Under Creative Commons License: Attribution
http://techie-buzz.com/apple/apple-buys-poly9-google-earth-alternative.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+techiebuzz+%28Techie+buzz%29


1202 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 19/07/10

E-Banking to pay Quit Rent

Please logon to www.quitrent.jtu.sabah.gov.my to check out the land dues balance and proceed to E-Banking payment through Aliance Bank.

This department has implemented E-Banking Service in order to facilitate land owners to make online payment through Alliance Bank.

Land owners can check and print the balance of the quit rent and bring to any Alliance Bank branches within Malaysia for payment at the counter. The departmental land offices counters are still available for payment.

 You also click on the E-Banking Icon on the homepage !


1314 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 19/07/10

Blue Ocean Strategy Blogsite

This is a simple blog that explain how to carry out analysis using Blue Ocean Strategy tools. Click here to get a briefing on how to apply BOS in your situation.

http://blueoceanstrategicplanning.blogspot.com/2009/07/after-you-define-three-tiers-of-non.html


895 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 25/05/10

How Cul-de-Sacs Are Killing Your Community

 The Infrastructurist America has posted an interesting article about urban planning. During our Surveying Science degree course, we were required to do one module of engineering design, back then we were told that Cul-de-Sacs are good design for keeping community privacy, limit the number of cars passing back your house etc. But today, Harvard University has done a study that reviews : while Cul-de-Sacs gives privacy, it may kill the community in terms of discouraging people to walk more (which is healthy) and increase the use of car even to the next row of houses, hence, increase the polution on the road (which is damaging to health).

The maps above say it all :

The one on the left is full of Cul-de-Sacs, forcing people to use vehicle to move around, the area is not friendly to walk or ride a bike. This area is likely to have air polution problems.

The one on the right is accessible and people could move around freely by walking and biking. This area will have lesser air polution caused by vehicles on the road.

Click on this link to read more :

http://www.infrastructurist.com/2010/05/07/how-cul-de-sacs-are-killing-your-community/


42352 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 22/05/10 | (Read More)

ICT Best Practises Circular 1/2010

The department has issued the circular on ICT Best Practises 1/2010. Officers and staff Members of the department are advised to read and be familiar with what are regagrded as Best Practises in using ICT as a tool to do their daily work. Most importantly, we all do our part to put into practise all these good codes of ethics in ICT that have been advocated.

You may download a copy from the link here for your presonal reference.

 

ICT Best Practises Circular 1/2010
Malaysia Computer Crimes Act 1997

847 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 11/05/10




Rules of the lab 1) If an experiment works, something has gone wrong. 2) When you don't know what you're doing, do it neatly. 3) Experiments must be reproduceable, they should fail the same way each time. 4) First draw your curves, then plot your data. 5) Experience is directly proportional to equipment ruined. 6) Always keep a record of your data. It indicates that you have been working. 7) To do a lab really well, have your report done well in advance. 8) If you can't get the answer in the usual manner, start at the answer and derive the question. 9) In case of doubt, make it sound convincing. 10) Do not believe in miracles--rely on them. 11) Team work is essential, it allows you to blame someone else. 12) All unmarked beakers contain fast-acting, extremely toxic poisons. 13) No experiment is a complete failure. At least it can serve as a negative example. 14) Any delicate and expensive piece of glassware will break before any use can be made of it.



Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Launching of District Land Counter System in Kota Marudu

Director arrived at Kota Marudu Land Office

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Launching of Wisma Tanah dan Ukur

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