gnida: in Gr Noida, beneficiaries can now obtain “no contribution” certificates online | News from Noida

Greater Noida: The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) became the first in the state to implement enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, provided by IT company Tech Mahindra, to enable beneficiaries to plots to obtain certificates without online membership fees.
The facility, which was rolled out over the weekend for three industry sectors – Ecotech 7, 10 and 11, is likely to be expanded to include all 143 services, such as building plan approval, the connection to water and sewer, a functional certificate, a mortgage certificate, a mortgage permit, card delivery certificate, change of address among others, officials said. The authority also plans to provide the online service to all industrial, residential, commercial and institutional subdivisions, with the exception of builders’ subdivisions.
“We are working on the transfer of rights to beneficiaries to obtain around 143 services very soon. We are the first state authority to introduce ERP. On January 7, we released the beta of the Multi-Tiered Enterprise Resource Planning System. The link for the ERP is available on the website of the Greater Noida Authority, ”said Narendra Bhooshan, CEO of GNIDA.
To benefit from the service, beneficiaries will have to complete the formalities of submitting the necessary documents under the option “Know Your Allottee” (KYA) and follow a three-step verification process using a one-time password sent to the recipient’s registered cell phone number and to Aadhaar. number. “Until now, the authority carried out this work physically. Now that right has been granted to beneficiaries, ”said Deep Chandra, ACEO of GNIDA.
With this, Bhooshan said, GNIDA is moving towards the transformation of a complete electronic office. “Authority has gone paperless now. With ERP, we’ve taken many steps ahead of other government departments to bring people together on the digital platform. It is also the need of the hour given the spread of the Covid pandemic, ”he said.

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