Now register your shop through Jeewan Centre

Delhi Government to prepare a directory of establishments


Samir Sachdeva | March 3, 2010

Delhi government today added another service to the list of services to be delivered by the Jeewan Centres.  The registration of shops & establishment under the Delhi Shops and Establishment Act, 1954 will be now facilitated through the Jeewan centres of the Delhi Government. 

The service was dedicated to the citizens of Delhi by labour minister, Mangat Ram Singhal today from the Jeewan Centre functioning at the Delhi Secretariat.

After launching the service the minister informed that the registration can now be done electronically by submitting an e-form over internet on the website of labour department of Delhi government. "The Department does not charge any registration fee and the acknowledgement slip recieved after the e-registration is registration certificate" , the minister added.

The Jeewan centre would facilitate the registration process and would charge a nominal fee for the services rendered.  This facilitation fee is charged by the Jeewan Centre and is not the registration fee payable to the Government of Delhi.  

The Minister added that the Government of Delhi proposes to utilize the data of registered establishments to create a business directory of establishments.  The same would enable, consumers to locate, on the website, establishments dealing with products which the consumer is interested in.  Further, the data would also be linked with the geo-mapping of the city and citizen with a click of mouse will be able to locate the establishment/shop on the map of Delhi.  




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