GIFT City completes first phase of online development approval system



Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s favorite project, Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City) has completed the first phase of the Online Development Approval System (ODAS) under the authority of GIFT Urban Development Authority (GIFTUDA), according to a press release issued by the company. Tuesday.

ODAS, according to the company statement, as part of electronic governance, is an electronic platform through which the whole process, from the submission of the complete building development plan to its approval, can be completed by line within 15 days. It also covers the start-up and occupancy stages and is a transparent and faster automated building control mechanism with a more innovative approach to facilitate the development approval process.

Commenting on this faster and more innovative approach to smart city development, Ramakant Jha, Group Managing Director and CEO, GIFT Company Ltd. faster approval of architectural plans in an automated manner. Overall, the system reduces the long and tedious manual process of calculating and verifying with codes, the possibility of human errors during scrutiny, saving architects valuable time and effort. as well as the confidence of the authority by supporting all electronic versions of documents. and drawings.

Jha said that after the successful implementation of ODAS-1, GIFTCL considered improving ODAS-2 with various features. “In line with other major development authorities around the world, GIFT has also introduced a unique, transparent and faster automated building control mechanism with a more innovative approach to facilitate the development approval process. It also covers the start-up and occupancy stages, ”Jha said.

GIFT, a Government of Gujarat project in partnership with IL&FS, is India’s leading global financial center and the first full-service SEZ with International Financial Services Center (IFSC) status that will meet the great potential of financial services in India. India by providing global businesses with world-class infrastructure and facilities.

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