State Times NewsJAMMU: Mayor Chander Mohan Gupta and Avny Lavasa, Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation took stock of the Birth and Death Section where large numbers of visitors approached the section for getting birth/death certificates.During inspection certain directions were issued to the staff members by Mayor and Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation with regard to maintain social distancing and timely disposal of the applications received by the Birth/Death Section in view of covid-19 pandemic.Jammu Municipal Corporation has also started home delivery of Birth and Death Certificates under “Doorstep Governance” initiative.The online system is launched to avoid enormous gatherings of the general public and to promote contactless efficient public service delivery systems.This initiative is being taken to promote Digital India and E-Governance initiative of Government of India.This is a unique type of Government public service delivery initiative in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir.Only very few States/UT’s are providing such type of Government services at doorstep. It will provide great relief to the general public and also eliminate the requirement to reach the JMC office for such services.This is in-house technology developed by the Information Technology department of Jammu Municipal Corporation.Commissioner, JMC further appealed to the general public to take advantage of the online services launched by the JMC and to avoid approaching JMC for getting their birth/death certificates in view of Covid-19 pandemic. The applicants can receive their certificates by speed post by paying the charges fixed by JMC at their doorstep.
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