public works will accelerate with the launch of 86 electronic services | Chandigarh News
A total of 86 e-services were launched on Monday to digitize all citizen-centric services. These include eight services from the Chandigarh Housing Board, five from the Estates Office and Department of Labor each, 17 from the Department of Transport, 23 from the Department of Excise and Taxation, 22 Direct Benefit Transfer Services and 5 non-DBT services .
The UT administrator said, “I strongly believe that transparency, efficiency and time management are essential for good work.” Chandigarh Housing Board has today launched various online services for residential properties. Through this initiative, citizens will get zero contribution certificate, lump sum payment certificate, interest component certificate and permission to mortgage property with one click. Applications for NOC, Transfer of Leasehold Rights and Freehold Transfer of Ownership can also be processed online based on proper registration.
Chandigarh is the first among UT/States to achieve the goal of integrating DBT programs on Service Plus portal as well as UMANG app. UT Chandigarh has integrated 27 social protection schemes on service plus portal as well as UMANG app, with 100% automation to ensure immediate payment directly to beneficiary accounts.
The Registration and Licensing Authority (RLA) and the National Transport Authority (STA) are highly public departments of the Chandigarh administration. To provide hassle-free services to the citizens of Chandigarh, 10 RLA services related to Vehicle RC and seven STA office services related to Commercial Vehicles have been made completely faceless/contactless.
The Estates office will also be able to process the transfer of ownership of the property, the execution of the deed and the issuance of the NoC and letter of allotment online.
Breaking with tradition, the Excise and Taxation Department of Chandigarh rendered services related to 23 different licenses online. With the launch of various e-services of the Chandigarh Labor Welfare Board, workers no longer need to physically go to the government office for security services.
UT adviser Dharam Pal said the digital age has provided an opportunity to transform lives.