Kashmir Indepth

DC Kupwara launches online services for obtaining of Certificates

KUPWARA, SEPTEMBER 15 ( KINS ): In pursuance to the directions of Lieutenant Governor J&K, for enhancing service delivery through digital mode, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara today launched 5 Online Services at D.C Office here.

These online services include issuance of Character Certificate, Income Certificate, OBC/ RBA/ALC Certificate, EWS Certificate and Issuance of SC/ST Certificate in all Tehsils of Kupwara district.

On the occasion, it was informed that the residents of District Kupwara can now apply for these Services online and digitally signed certificates shall be issued online to them. The service has been designed and developed using the Service Plus framework of NIC. For availing the service, the people can log on to serviceonline.gov.in/jammu.

The DC after launching the programme, said that these services can be availed by individuals on a portal where they need to register and then fill up the respective application form along with all requisite documents.

The Portal also facilitates the applicant to check online status of the application any time and also download digitally signed Certificates.

The Portal has been designed and developed by NIC with an aim to improve the transparency and efficiency in bringing the issuance of Certificates in a time bound manner.

The DC appreciated the District Informatics Officer, NIC and his team for ensuring timely availability of the online services.

ACR Kupwara, Jowhar Ali; JD Planning, Abdul Majeed; DIO NIC, Abhishek Mali and other officers were present on the occasion.

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