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Chandigarh (UT) hosts 1st Zonal Transport Workshop on Implementation of eChallan & mParivahan

Tags: Police, Traffic, Transport, Workshop 19th Apr 2017
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and NIC jointly organised the “1st Zonal Transport Workshop – Implementation of eChallan and mParivahan” at Hotel Mountview, Chandigarh on 10th and 11th April 2017. The event was hosted by  NIC Chandigarh UT  Unit, in coordination with NIC Haryana, NIC Punjab and NICSI Chandigarh.  The  delegates were from Transport Department, Traffic police and NIC  from 12 States/UTs namely J&K, HP, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, ...
Vivek Verma, Chandigarh

Haryana: Inauguration of Road Safety Knowledge Center (RSKC) at Hisar

Road Safety Knowledge Center (RSKC), Hisar will provide road safety knowledge to traffic violators as well as to freshers who wish to learn driving. The center is equipped with ICT enabled infrastructure with multimedia training lab and online test center under C/s environment with ten numbers of clients. The foundation stone of RSKC, Hisar was laid in an inaugural function by Dr Amit K Agrawal, IAS Deputy Commissioner, Hisar, during the ceremony Sh B Sateesh Balan, IPS, Senior Superintendent ...
Poonam Gupta, Haryana

Online Other State Vehicle Tax Payment in Uttar Pradesh

Tags: Digitization, e-Service, Traffic 13th Jul 2012
All commercial vehicles entering Uttar Pradesh for a limited period of time have to pay other state vehicle tax at the toll check posts located on state border as per Motor Vehicle Taxation Rules. Continuous transit of vehicles from other states, keeps the toll posts engaged 24x7 and one can witness long queues at the toll counters throughout the day. The vehicles enter the state day and night which requires the tax collection counters to work continuously. Also there are security issues both ...
Anshu Rohatgi, Uttar Pradesh
To make it easier for the Rohtang Pass commuters, the payment gateway has been integrated with the system so that all the charges can be paid online and the permit is issued on successful receipt of payment by the Department. This web application is a unique mode of getting permits.
AJAY SINGH CHAHAL, ASHISH SHARMA
Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has taken various initiatives during past year and a half, with the objective of 'Ease of Doing Business' in the State for transparent and expeditious decision making.
SANJAY SINGH GAHLOUT, ANIL KUMAR

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