G Seva Services
Over the years Innovative service delivery mechanisms have been adopted by G SEVA to improve reach the quality of the services delivered to the citizens. To catapult service delivery to the next level the focus is now shifting towards cashless, paperless and faceless delivery mechanisms with a guarantee of service delivery to citizens.
It is a step towards provision of accessible, cost-effective, accountable and transparent services to citizens.
Government to Citizen Services
Business to Citizen Services
All Types Of Vehicle Insurance
Vehicle insurance would typically cover both the property risk (theft or damage to the vehicle) and the liability risk (legal claims arising from an accident). Vehicle insurance is insurance purchased for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other road vehicles.
Birth & Death Registration
A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a person. The term "birth certificate" can refer to either the original document certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration of that birth. Depending on the jurisdiction, a record of birth might or might not contain verification of the event by a healthcare professional such as a midwife or doctor.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 17, an integral part of the 2030 Agenda, has a target to increase the timely availability of data regarding age, gender, race, ethnicity, and other relevant characteristics which documents like a birth certificate has the capacity to provide.
A death certificate is either a legal document issued by a medical practitioner which states when a person died, or a document issued by a government civil registration office, that declares the date, location and cause of a person's death, as entered in an official register of deaths.
An official death certificate is usually required to be provided when applying for probate or administration of a deceased estate. They are also sought for genealogical research. The government registration office would usually be required to provide details of deaths, without production of a death certificate, to enable government agencies to update their records, such as electoral registers, government benefits paid, passport records, transfer the inheritance, etc.
Domestic Money Transfer
A large number of people in India, particularly the migrant population, doesn’t have access to formal banking channels for want of proof of identity/address etc. This lead to innumerable hardships faced by them while attempting to remit money back to their family members. This is happening even when various channels for Domestic Money Transfers (DMT) are available viz. IMPS, UPI, NEFT, RTGS etc.
India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) has already made Money Transfer products like IMPS, assisted UPI, NEFT, RTGS available for IPPB customers and interoperable AePS for non-customers. The newly introduced Domestic Money Transfer to facilitate fund transfer (cash to account) facility to walk-in customers (not holding an account with IPPB) will enable millions of unbanked migrant population to meet their family’s financial need by remitting fund to their loved ones on regular basis or during any such special need.
This product design brings seamless remittance experience to the customers backed by technology interface through Postman/ GDS/ Access Points Counters and simultaneously ensures hassle-free & affordable fund transfer service for the migrant population. This cash to Bank A/c remittance service is offered across more than 1.36+ lakhs Access Points across India.
What is e stamp paper?
E-stamp paper is a process where the stamp duty is electronically paid to the Government. The Government has replaced the traditional paper and franklin stamping method with the digital strategy to ensure a fast and trouble-free payment process. Currently, this service is offered in 22 states of India. Maharashtra has its own electronic stamp duty payment method.
Income, Caste Certificate & Family Tree
Income certificate is issued to the citizen by the Government, as evidence confirming their annual income and testifying all sources of the income. Income certificate is used as a legal proof for availing various subsidies and schemes.
A Caste Certificate is the proof of anyone's belonging to a special caste especially in case one belongs to any of the Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribe and the Backward Class as specified in the Indian Constitution.
A family tree is a self-prepared pedigree/genealogy by the family members issued by the Tahsildar or a revenue officer. It helps mainly to transfer properties to legal heirs. It also helps with various legal requirements or obtaining certificates from the revenue department.
Khata Transfer, Property EC & Tax
What is the use of Khata transfer?
In case of a change of the owner of a property, one must be sure that they have completed the khata transfer process, or else the new person will not be regarded as the real owner. The khata transfer process can be done both Online and Offline.
When you are buying a property in India, an Encumbrance Certificate ensures that the property in question doesn't have any legal dues or any monetary transactions pending such as mortgages or any uncleared debts.
Lease, Rental, other Deeds & Agreements
A lease agreement is simply a contract between a landlord and a tenant that states what the tenant will pay monthly for rent and for how long. Lease agreements, like many contracts, tend to intimidate some people because much of the language in the contract can be confusing. However, if you have a basic understanding of what is included in a lease agreement, it can help you avoid unnecessary disagreements or expenditures during or after your lease is over.
A rental agreement is a contract of rental, usually written, between the owner of a property and a renter who desires to have temporary possession of the property; it is distinguished from a lease, which is more typically for a fixed term. As a minimum, the agreement identifies the parties, the property, the term of the rental, and the amount of rent for the term. The owner of the property may be referred to as the lessor and the renter as the lessee.
There is typically an implied, explicit, or written rental agreement or contract involved to specify the terms of the rental, which are regulated and managed under contract law. Examples include letting out real estate (real property) for the purpose of housing tenure (where the tenant rents a residence to live in), parking space for a vehicle(s), storage space, whole or portions of properties for business, agricultural, institutional, or government use, or other reasons.
Online Bank Account Opening
You may be able to open an account for a local bank or credit union, or an online-only bank, right on your laptop or smartphone. That means no trips to a branch or paper forms are required. It's all handled digitally, and once your account is open, you can transfer funds and pay bills online.
Proof of Identity, Proof of DOB and Address proof are three types of documents required for PAN application by an Individual Indian Citizen or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF). For each proof required, the Income Tax Department has suggested a list of documents.
1. Documents accepted as Proof of Identity –
Voter’s ID card
Ration card having Applicant’s photo
Photo ID card which are issued by central government, state government or any undertaking of public sector
A certificate issued by a bank that should be duly attested, containing applicant’s photo and the bank a/c number
Central government health scheme card
Pensioner card copy with applicant’s photograph
A certificate of identity in prescribed format signed by a Member of Legislative Assembly, Member of Parliament, Municipal Councilor or a Gazette Officer
Bank statement on letter head from the bank branch along with name and stamp of the issuing officer and containing duly attested photograph and bank account number of the applicant
(i) In case of a minor applicant, parents’/guardian’s proof of identity shall be deemed to be the proof of identity and address for the minor applicant.
(ii) In case of HUFs, an affidavit by the karta of the HUF stating the name, father’s name and address of all the coparceners on the date of application will work as a proof of identity.
2. Documents accepted as proof of Address –
Landline connection Bills
Bills for Broadband connection
Voter ID card containing photograph
Passport of spouse
Statements of Bank Account
Statements of Credit Card
Passbook of Post office account containing applicant’s address
Latest order for property tax assessment
Domicile certificate allotted by government
Allotment letter of accommodation issued by Central or State Government of not more than three years old
Property Registration Documents
Note: Utility Bills and Bank/Credit card statements should be recent, preferably not more than three months old.
3. Documents accepted as Proof of Date of Birth –
Birth certificate issued by any office that is certified for issuing Birth as well as Death Certificate, like Municipal Authority
Birth Certificate issued by Indian Consulate
Matriculation certificate from a recognized board
Certificate of Marriage issued from Marriage Registrar’s Office
Pension payment order
Domicile certificate issued by Government of India or any of the state governments
Affidavit stating the DOB which is signed before a magistrate
Photo identity card issued by the Central Government or State Government or Central Public Sector Undertaking or State Public Sector Undertaking.
Applicants are required to furnish original documents along with one set of self-attested photocopies of the same at the Passport Seva Kendra (PSK) for processing.
It is assumed that consent of both parents is available, unless specified.
For minor applicants, present address proof document in the name of parent(s) can be submitted.
It is advised to carry original and self-attested copies of parents passport to Passport Seva Kendra (PSK), in case parents possess passport.
For minor applicants, documents can be attested by parents.
The minor applicant is eligible for Non-ECR till he/she attains the age of 18 years.
ECR stands for Emigration Check Required and ECNR stands for Emigration Check Not Required.
ECR status will be printed in the passport of the applicants who fall in the ECR category. For those falling in the Non-ECR category, there will be no specific mention in the passport.
The practice of putting Non-ECR (previously ECNR) stamp has been discontinued.
Ration cards are an official document issued by state governments in India to households that are eligible to purchase subsidized food grain from the Public Distribution System under the National Food Security Act (NFSA). They also serve as a common form of identification for many Indians.