Earlier, the 'Dogra' certificate service was available through Sewa Kendras only in offline mode.
Chandigarh: Special Chief Secretary (SCS, Revenue) Ravneet Kaur informed that under its commitment towards citizen-centric reforms, the Revenue department has started issuing a 'Dogra' certificate online. Earlier, the 'Dogra' certificate service was available through Sewa Kendras only in offline mode and manually signed certificates were being issued to the applicants.
Now citizens can obtain this certificate by submitting the online application at https://eservices.punjab.gov.in from home and there would be no requirement of submission of physical file at any office. She added that the Department of Revenue has continuously been improving its services for the citizens and apart from curtailing time limits, the department is also ensuring transparency in the whole process.
Special Chief Secretary (Revenue) said that the new online service has been digitized with the help of the Department of Governance Reforms and NIC, Punjab and necessary training has been imparted to the concerned field functionaries. The applicants, who belong to Dogra Community, may submit his/her application online or could also visit the nearest Sewa Kendras. Once issued, the applicant can download the certificate from the link received through SMS or in his/her ID by clicking on the link “Verify Your Certificate” on the home page of the website.