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MCA-21, mission project under e-governance launched

Posted by egovindia on July 31, 2006

MCA-21, mission project under e-governance launched

 SHILLONG, July 29 – MCA-21, India’s largest e-governance initiative by the Ministry of Company Affairs and a mission project under Government of India’s national e-governance plan, was launched at a special ceremony held here on July 26. The ceremony was presided over by SK Tiwari, chief secretary of Meghalaya and K Ananda Rao, Registrar of companies, Shillong.

The facilitation centres located at Shillong and Guwahati have also been made operational. Shillong now joins the elite list of 15 centres, wherein MCA 21 has already been successfully implemented, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad.

The MCA-21 initiative is a flagship programme being executed by the Ministry of Company Affairs in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services Limited on a PPP (Public Private Partnership) model. Under the programme framework, TCS will be resposible for designing and implementing the programme: owning, operating and maintaining the system for a period of six years after successful roll out at all sites.

Silent features of the launched MCA-21 include: Corporations, professionals and the public at large will no longer need to visit the Registrar of Company offices and would be able to interact with the ministry using MCA-21 portal from their offices or home or by going to facilitation centres, which have been set up. The users will have multiple options to make payments in the online mode either through credit cards or the internet banking facility. Besides this, the traditional payment through demand draft would be accepted against a system-generated challan at more than 200 bank branches across the country.

Why MCA 21 Is a MOCKERY of Egovernance in INDIA !


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