In Jammu, domicile certificates to be sent by post now; efforts on for same-day delivery
Jammu: Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Sushma Chauhan, Tuesday initiated the process of delivery of domicile certificates through the Postal Department.
The service has been started in association with the Postal Department.
Launching the service, the Deputy Commissioner Jammu handed over a dozen envelopes containing domicile certificates of some of the applicants of Tehsil Jammu Khas and Bahu to Gaurav Srivastava, Director Postal Services Jammu.
Among others present at the launch ceremony were S. Jasmeet Singh, Assistant Commissioner Nazool and J.R.Angural, Senior Superintendent of Post Office Jammu.
“This service will be very useful as it will not only eliminate the delays in delivery of Domiciles Certificates to applicants but will also minimize the need to visit the office of issuing authorities,” Deputy Commissioner Jammu said at the launch . She further informed that for facilitating the public, preprinted envelopes have been made available at all the 21 post offices of District Jammu at a very nominal cost of Rs. 28/-, which may be bought by the applicant from their respective post offices and be attached along with the application form after mentioning the complete address along with the accurate pincode.
Tehsil wise List of Post offices where the preprinted envelopes are available, has been made available on the official website of District Jammu https://jammu.nic.in, she informed.
Director Postal Services informed that since these services will be localized service, all efforts will be made to deliver the domiciles on the same day to the applicant. He also informed that sufficient numbers of preprinted envelopes have been made available at all the 21 post offices of District Jammu. Applicants can approach the post office of their respective area for purchase of the preprinted envelope. He further informed that the Postal Department will make all provisions to collect the issued domiciles from the respective Tehsils for their onward delivery to the applicant. All the non-delivered envelopes will be returned back to the issuing authority.