“I hope in the next one and half months our staff will be trained and can start working without any help from the agency. Many of our old staff will take a longer time in understanding the technology to deliver online services,” said Deepak Agarwal, chief executive officer (CEO) of the Noida authority in conversation with The Hindustan Times.
Once the officials are trained, mortgage permission, transfer of memorandum, occupancy certificate and building map and other related permissions will be provided online.
The authority is setting up a process whereby all property documents and certificates issued will be verified digitally.
These documents generated online will have a digital signature and a unique bar code for authentication.
“Allottee or anyone who want to check the authenticity of a document issued online by the two authorities (noida and Greater Noida) will be able to go to the respective website and verify the documents. This facility will be implemented within a week,”added Agarwal.
Services including permissions for mortgage, mutation of land, transfer memorandum, completion and functional certificates, lease rent deposit, water bill payments, etc are already available for allottees online.
“Slowly we plan to go fully digital and do away with manual applications and processes besides providing a single window access to information and services. All these online services will also be delivered in Greater Noida,” the CEO said.
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