Greater Noida development body set to switch to online mode from May 1

GREATER NOIDA: To regulate entry of visitors to its office, GNIDA is gradually shifting its working to the online mode.

The authority has asked residents and allottees to file all applications and service requests online from May 1.

Officials said that 203 services have already been digitised and will be offered through the web portal. The authority had started switching to paperless working from September last year.

Having created an enterprise resource planning management software, the authority had started disposing applications submitted through its web portal and mobile app in a time-bound manner.

It has created 10 broad verticals — property, planning, health, water and sewerage, electricity, transportation, maintenance, 6% abadi plots, drinking water and general — under which over 200 types of services will be offered.

Narendra Bhooshan, chief executive officer of the authority, said that camps will be held to handle pending requests. β€œThe existing requests will be disposed of by April 30 and after that we will encourage online applications. We want to regulate crowd owing to the Covid situation,” he said.

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