It works on the principle of a continuous process of registration of all those families, who want to avail dwelling units under the ‘Housing for All Policy’.
BHUBANESWAR: The state government’s Odisha Urban Housing Mission (OUHM) has developed a professionally managed web-based software solution and an android based mobile application ‘House Allotment System ’. It works on the principle of a continuous process of registration of all those families, who want to avail dwelling units under the ‘Housing for All Policy’.
This system was launched by urban development minister Usha Devi at a launching ceremony organized here on Wednesday by the Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) supported by OUHM. She congratulated housing and urban development for achieving a milestone in establishing a transparent and professionally managed system for allotment of economically weaker section (EWS) houses, through the web-based software solution.
OUHM mission director Debasis Singh said approximately 1500 EWS houses have already been constructed. These dwelling units will be allotted to the eligible and intended beneficiaries through a transparent and efficient manner. HAS will enable allotment of houses to the beneficiaries, through a fair and transparent mechanism right from registration to handing over of houses, he added.
The other features of this web-based application are Legacy Data Management and Integrated Payments mechanism. “The legacy data management ensures cross verification of beneficiaries who have availed housing facilities through earlier government schemes whereas the integrated payment mechanism ensures hassle free online payment by the beneficiaries,” said the official release of the urban development department.