Y.S. Rana,Chandigarh, April 9–Haryana today took another step forward to integrate State services with eBiz, a mission mode project of Union Ministry of Industries and Commerce, Government of India by holding a joint meeting with the Union Ministry to discuss the progress of the project and its efficient implementation in the state.
The meeting was held under the chairpersonship of Chief Secretary, Mrs Urvashi Gulati and Joint Secretary, Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy, Mr Taleen Kumar, who represented the Central Government.
Mrs Gulati appreciated the system which she felt would be immensely useful for providing online service to the industries and the entrepreneurs. All other issues including the constraints in the way of effective implementation of the project was also discussed in the meeting.Mr Taleen Kumar gave a presentation of the e-Biz project and demonstrated the system. He expected that the desired cooperation would be extended by all the service departments of the state which were selected in the first phase. Under the first phase the departments of Industries, Labour and Employment, UHBVN, Excise and Taxation, Haryana Pollution Control Board and Local Urban Bodies would be covered under the project.
It may be recalled that Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Union Ministry of Commerce, and Haryana Government had already signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the implementation of e-Biz project in the state to provide online services of various departments. The vision of the project is to provide efficient integrated electronic services to investors and industries in the areas of information on forms and procedures, licence, permits, registration, approval, clearance, permissions and all other issues connected with the industrial sector.
The Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries of the departments of Urban Local Bodies, Industries and Labour and Employment besides the Excise and Taxation Commissioner, Member Secretary, Haryana Pollution Control Board and Director Industries also attended the meeting. EOM