Delhi govt services to go online under e-District

27 services will be brought under e-District project

GN Bureau | November 30, 2015


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 Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal launched e-District project on Monday, which will enable people to access various government services online.

Delhi government has identified 27 services that will be brought under e-District project.

The cabinet earlier approved a proposal to make 12 government services hassle-free by eliminating the need to produce affidavits, and introduced the concept of self-attestation.
 
Under e-District project, one can access Delhi government services online and also get documents verified for the issuance of 11 certificates.
 
The certificates that have been chosen in the first phase of the project include OBC, SC/ST, domicile, disability card, income, solvency, survivor, marriage registration, birth and death certificates.
 
According to the government, duplication of certificates will also be available online as part of the project.
"During my NGO days, I used to wonder why governments were not simplifying these procedures. It's because they did not have the right intentions,” he said during the inauguration.
 
"This Delhi model of service delivery shall act as a guiding light across the country," Kejriwal added.
 
 
 

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