‘All services pertaining to BRAP-18 soon to be in ‘online-only’ mode’
SRINAGAR: To review the progress on implementation of Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) with regard to Business Reform Action Plan (BRAP)-2018, Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam chaired a meeting of concerned administrative secretaries here on Wednesday evening.
Subrahmanyam called upon all the administrative secretaries and heads of departments to work in close coordination and to accomplish the task within the timeline, an official handout read.
Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce Department, Shailendra Kumar briefed the meeting about the department-wise achievements on the implementation of BRAP-2018 and decisions taken for expediting the process for timely completion of task. He said that tangible progress has been achieved by some of the departments on the reform points and some departments were working on and a timeline has been fixed, read the handout.
Kumar informed that the department was in the process of establishing commercial courts one each at Jammu and Srinagar and task was likely to be accomplished by the end of September 2018. “The status of implementation of e-Courts would be shared by the law department by the end of next month”, he maintained.
All services pertaining to BRAP-18 shall soon be in ‘online-only mode’. “The department shall be undertaking the front-end module for accepting online applications for registration of various licenses by September 15 and back end process of online applications and disposal shall be completed by September 30,” he added.