Ahmedabad Cantonment Board has launched transformative citizen centric services for public convenience. In order to increase accessibility of citizen services offered by Cantonment Boards, ‘e-Chhawani Project’ has been launched by Directorate General Defence Estates, Ministry of Defence, Government of India.
In Phase-I, e-Chhawani brings many services for the citizens of Cantonment area through portal like lodging public grievance pertaining to Cantonment Board, submitting applications for trade license, making online payments through “m-Collect” module, submitting online application for renewal / extension of lease etc. General public can access these services at https://ahmedabad.cantt.gov.in.
Dhiraj Sonaje, Chief Executive Officer of Ahmedabad Cantonment Board says,
“e-Chhawani will enhance ease of doing business, citizen can report grievance and avail various services from anywhere and anytime. It will save time and money”.
This technology-driven initiative has been undertaken by the Directorate General Defence Estates (DGDE), Ministry of Defence in partnership with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) and eGov Foundation.