GN Bureau | January 27, 2010
New Delhi: The sub-divisional magistrate's office in Pautaudi, Gurgaon, now houses the latest addition to Haryana's list of e-Disha centres. The district's deputy commissioner Rajendra Kataria inaugurated the centre last Wednesday.
The Gurgaon centre will soon have all the e-Disha services. Computerisation of the data under the national e-governance projects of the transport department, Vahan and Sarthi, has already started. Under these projects, licenses and registration of motor vehicles can be applied for online.
The e-Disha project has been the Haryana government's flagship citizen services' e-governance initiative. Some of the other services include birth and death certificates for urban areas, house tax, billing and query, application and issue of caste and residence certificates. Online passport application services will also be made available through e-Disha.
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