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Online Government Portal : Indian government online services

Online Government Portal : Indian government online servicesGovernment of India has already taken a step towards its two renowned projects “Make in India” and Digital India. On the 22nd of July in 2015, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry announced press release concerning how 14 of the services to the e-commerce portal. In fact, businesses located in India are able to avail these 14 services on the internet, hassle free. It will also allow companies to appear in India who had been avoiding getting noticed due to the complex and lengthy procedures required to begin and set up an enterprise in India.

Online Government Portal : indian government online services

Businesses that have always wanted to register their business but couldn’t spare the time or incur the cost associated with doing business in the past. When services are online, the procedures will be speedy and costs for conducting business will be less. It will also encourage foreign investment to come into India because the process is much simpler in comparison to the traditional method of doing businesses in India from beginning to finish.

According to the Press Information Bureau, following are the 14 services that Central Government introduced to e-biz portal. These can also be found using this link:

1. Online Payment

KSEB Quick Pay KWA Quick Pay Land Tax1
Vehicle Tax Sanchaya Land Tax
LIC Premium BSNL portal Kerala University
Calicut University MG University CUSAT Payment

2. Online Application/ Services

PAN Online Passport Ration Card
Licence E d strict HSCAP
Kerala University admission Calicut University admission MG University admission
CUSAT Admission PSC Online Application PSC Department
Technical Education admission CEE Portal Ignou admission portal
Registration online HRC online RTI Online

3. Web Portal

India portal Kerala portal Traces portal
Finance Spark1 E filing
Psc Portal GPF CreditCard GAIN PF
Education dept HS Education KWA Portal
KSEB Portal LSGD Kerala Registration Dept

We can claim that, with the completion of the first stage of integrating services through the e-commerce portal, the work on the next phase is already in progress. So, we can anticipate significant changes in the manner of conducting business in India over the next few years. We must welcome this move of GOI positive and strive to help in any way we can.

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