Jammu Tawi, June 8: Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg and Abhay Kumar, State IT Officer, J&K, today launched and dedicated four income certificate services to the people viz. SC / ST certificates, legal heir certificate and dependent certificate.
Initially, services started in Jammu Tehsil and would be extended to the whole district in the coming days.
The services have been developed in accordance with the directives of Lieutenant Governor J&K, to improve the delivery of services digitally.
With the launch of this service, citizens, without any geographic restrictions, can apply for any certificate online and digitally signed documents will be delivered to them online. The service was designed and developed using a more generic NIC service framework, which is adopted in several states as well as UTs nationwide.
The Deputy Commissioner informed that this service can be used by individuals by registering on the portal https://serviceonline.gov.in/jammu, then filling out an online request form for the desired service as well as all the required documents. Subsequently, the request will land at the relevant Tehsildar and the request will be processed in accordance with the procedure.
Once approved, the digitally signed certificate will be sent to the applicant’s email address and can be downloaded by them.
The system also allows the applicant to check the online status of the application at any time and also download the issued documents digitally at the click of a button. A unique URL and a QR code are also generated on each document to verify the authenticity of the certificate.
State IT manager Abhay Kumar has administered all of NIC’s support to bring more and more services online. He also expressed his gratitude for trusting NIC as a technology partner for the delivery of online services. He also indicated that this generic service can be easily replicated throughout UT J&K.
Other people present at the launching ceremony were the District Additional Development Commissioner, Ramesh Chander; Additional Deputy Commissioner Ganshyam Singh; Additional Deputy Commissioner, Satish Sharma; Deputy Commissioner Nazool, Jasmeet Singh; Deputy Revenue Commissioner Vijay Sharma and Tehsildar Jammu Kamal Preet Singh.
The sub-division magistrates and the Tehsildars joined the launch via virtual mode.
Adesh Chand Gupta, Scientist-‘F ‘(HOD Service Plus), Rakesh Gupta, Scientist-‘F’, NIC J&K, Sanjay Gupta, Scientist-‘E ‘and DIO NIC Jammu, Amit Sharma, Consultant, E&Y, Nervy Resource Person Kanchan Singh was also part of the launch ceremony.
Adesh Chand Gupta, Scientist-‘F ‘and Sanjay Gupta Scientist-‘E’ & DIO Jammu explained in detail the Service Framework Plus model and its benefits to all participants.
He was informed that with the help of the service plus framework, citizen services can be built in minimum time as the framework was built on the Low Cost No Code model.
The Deputy Commissioner appreciated the efforts of the NIC J&K and NIC New Delhi Service Plus team for their rigorous efforts in the design and development of these services and finally their availability to the general public.
Deputy Commissioner Jammu also informed that more of these services will also be integrated into the Service Plus framework to facilitate the delivery of online services to the general public.