Haryana Government has decided to implement an Online Receipt Accounting System.


Chandigarh, November 14 – With a view to adopt an integrated financial management system in the State, Haryana Government has decided to implement an Online Receipt Accounting System. This new system would enable all kinds of depositors, whether Government or private, to make such payments online through net banking facility.

 

          While giving this information here today, an official spokesperson said that even in case of those depositors, who do not want to use net banking facility for making payments, the new system would enable them to generate the requisite challan while sitting in their office or home and they would no longer be required to visit the treasury to get their challans examined or verified by the officer in treasury.

 

          He said that with full implementation of the system, manual filling up of the challans would stand discontinued and it would be compulsory to generate challan through this system. Various treasury offices in the State would however provide facility to generate such challan from the system and any depositor can approach the treasury for such facility with requisite details.

 

He said that a pilot run for generation of challan for payment through cash, cheque and demand draft has already been carried out successfully in some selected district treasuries and now it is decided to make this facility available in the entire State. He said that as a first step in this direction the depositors would be able to generate challan for making payment through cash, cheque and demand draft by logging in the websiteegrashry.nic.in. In case of any difficulty, the depositor is free to approach the concerned treasury for generation of such challan, he added.

 

Any problem can also be reported on email softprobl@gmail.comand the same would be attended to immediately. All the user departments are also advised to send their suggestions, if any, on the this email address, he added.

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 Haryana Government has decided to organize a state level function to commemorate the memory of noted Jain Acharya Tulsi on November 24, 2013 at Chandigarh.

 

Chandigarh, November 14 – Haryana Government has decided to organize a state level function to commemorate the memory of noted Jain Acharya Tulsi on November 24, 2013 at Chandigarh.

 

While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that Haryana Chief  Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda would be the Chief Guest of the occasion and Speaker Haryana Vidhan Sabha, Mr Kuldeep Sharma would preside over the function. The other dignitaries of the occasion would be Muni Shri Vinay Kumar Ji Alok, the Member of Parliament Mr Naveen Jindal and Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Savitri Jindal.  The function will be organized in collaboration with Haryana Prantiya Jain Terapanthi Sabha.

 

He  said that Acharya Tulsi  was the ambassador of peace who has propagated the feelings of love, peace and brotherhood. For his teaching and service to the society, people have immense belief in Acharya Tulsi.

 

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  Haryana Government has decided to give one more opportunity to the occupants of rural and urban evacuee lands and properties and now they can file their claims to concerned Tehsildar for transfer of land in their name latest by January 31, 2014.

 

Chandigarh, November 15- Haryana Government has decided to give one more opportunity to the occupants of rural and urban evacuee lands and properties and now they can file their claims to concerned Tehsildar for transfer of land in their name latest by January 31, 2014.

 

Giving reference of a letter issued by Additional Chief Secretary and Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management Mr Krishan Mohan, an official spokesman said that the department of Revenue and Disaster Management had, through a public notice, asked the occupants of rural and urban evacuee lands and properties, who are in possession of the same, to file their claim within a period of six months from 24 July 2012. This period of filing claim elapsed on 23 January 2013.

 

          But it was later on found that so many occupants have failed to file their claims within stipulated period. So, it has been decided by the State Government to give one more chance to the occupants of evacuee property to get land transferred in their name which is under their possession.

 

          The Spokesman said that all occupants of evacuee properties should give their application to the concerned Tehsildar for transfer of land within a period of three months from November 1, 2013 to January 31, 2014failing which such occupants are liable to be evicted besides other action like making recovery of use and occupation charges, he added. The use and occupation charges are usually equal to 20 percent of the total cost of the property. According to reliable sources such evacuee lands and properties are located in places like Farukhnagar, Dhankot, Kherki Majra, Mewka, Khera Khurrampur, Siwari, Pataudi, Naurangpur, Narsingpur, Sihi, Sikanderpur Badha, Sakatpur in district Gurgaon.

 

          He said that the evacuee properties are those properties or land which fell vacant due to migration of families to Pakistan during partition. The property or land, which fell vacant, was later on allotted to people who migrated from Pakistan to India and some portion of left over land was occupied by some refugees and other persons. After allotting land to migrated people equal to area they owned in Pakistan, some surplus land remained which was occupied by other people. The government started schemes from time to time to settle the issue of such evacuee properties. Earlier the Central Government handled the issue and in 1962, it was handed over to the state governments for settlement. Usually, the occupants were given priority and were allowed to get land transferred in their name after depositing prevailing Collector rate, to which they were a bit reluctant. At times, such evacuee land is sold by the state government through open auction.

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 Haryana Government has approved policy parameters for regularization of plots in the Civic Amenities and Infrastructure Deficient Municipal Areas.


Chandigarh, November 15 – Haryana Government has approved policy parameters for regularization of plots in the Civic Amenities and Infrastructure Deficient Municipal Areas.

 

            While stating this here today, a spokesman of Urban Local Bodies Department said that all Divisional Commissioners, Commissioners Municipal Corporations, Deputy Commissioners, Executive Officers Municipal Councils and all Secretaries Municipal Committees have been asked to follow the parameters in letter and spirit in respect of notified areas.

 

            He said that as per the approved parameters, the extent and boundary of the declared area under the act would be demarcated on the ground and correspondingly on the shazra plan. Only such plots or buildings, falling within the declared area, would be eligible for regularization. The vacant plots falling in the internal area of the declared areas would be considered as eligible for regularization.

 

He said that the parts of the declared area which are situated within the restricted belt along -National Highways, State Highways or Scheduled Roads would not be eligible for regularization. A regularization fee for residential plots at the rate of Rs. 250, Rs. 200 and Rs. 150 per square meter, for areas falling within the limits of Municipal Corporation, Municipal Council and Municipal Committees respectively, would be payable within six months of the notification of declared areas. For plots already constructed, water supply, electricity and sewerage connections would be released only after depositing the regularization fee, development charges and any other fee or tax, as applicable.

 

            He said that development charges would be collected at the rate of Rs. 200, Rs. 150 and Rs. 75 per square yard for the areas falling within the limits of Municipal Corporation, Municipal Council and Municipal Committee respectively. The regularization would be primarily for residential purposes only. However, small shops (up to 50 square meter plot area) situated within the declared area, would be considered for regularization. Regularization fee for such small commercial shops or establishments, located within declared areas, would be five times of the regularization fee prescribed for the corresponding residential plots. Integrated shopping complexes or malls and Plotted Markets would not be eligible for regularization.

 

            He said that funds collected for regularization and composition fee or charges would be invested for carrying out development works in the declared areas. All roads, streets, parks, open spaces meant for common use, green belts and existing public utilities of declared areas would vest in the concerned municipality as common areas for public use, immediately. The municipalities will take necessary steps to ensure that no building is sanctioned on the land designated as public use, in the declared areas.

 

He said that a 'No Dues Certificate' would be issued, after receipt of regularization fee, development charges and any other fee or tax applicable, by the Commissioner or Executive Officer or Secretary of Municipal Corporation or Council  or Committee concerned. A copy of the 'No Dues Certificate' has to be submitted to the concerned authority before release of water supply, electricity and sewerage connection or execution of sale deeds, in the declared areas.

                Monitoring Cells headed by the Divisional Commissioner concerned for Municipal Corporation areas and Deputy Commissioner concerned for Municipal Council or Municipal Committee areas, with representatives from the Public Health Department, PWD (B and R) and Power Distribution Corporation and with the Commissioner or Executive Officer or Secretary of the concerned municipality as Member secretary, would oversee the process of collection of regularization fee or charges applicable and provision of essential services in the declared areas. The chairman may co-opt any other officer, as he may deem necessary for the purpose. A report to this effect would be submitted to the Government every month by the monitoring cell, he added.

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Haryana Board of School Education,  Bhiwani has appealed to the Haryana School Lecturers Association (HSLA) to reconsider their decision to boycott the checking of papers of Senior Secondary October-2013

Chandigarh, November 15 – Haryana Board of School Education,  Bhiwani has appealed to the Haryana School Lecturers Association (HSLA) to reconsider their decision to boycott the checking of papers of Senior Secondary October-2013 and provide their support in early completion of paper evaluation work so that results could be declared on time.

 

            While giving this information today,  a spokesman of Board said that answer sheet evaluation of Senior Secondary October-2013 was to start from November 7 which has not yet started due to boycotted by HSLA. With this, the results of lakhs  of candidates could not be declared on time. This could lead to adverse affect on future of candidates, he added.