While being on the endeavor of making services online for the new age internet savvy people, Chandigarh administration’s Mayor Malik on Wednesday launched three new e-governance services—National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM), property tax, and Right to Information (RTI)—under the e-governance project.
MC Yadav told that under the property tax service, city residents could view outstanding property tax, previous payments paid, details of the property, and pay property tax online. The officials can spot the defaulters of the property tax and will also be able to check sector-wise property tax details of the entire city.
Under the National Urban Livelihoods Mission, residents or NGOs could raise online applications for the schemes and programs offered by the ministry of housing and urban affairs like the self-employment program (SEP), social mobilization and institutional development (SMID), etc.
Street vendors can also get themselves registered using this e-service. Also, people will have the privilege of online application approval, online NGO, and shelter home registration, etc.