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State Government Services

We offer G2C Services which helps in integrating and simplifying government services, reducing the time citizens and businesses spend obtaining/submitting information from/to the government, increasing government transparency by cutting down corruption, improving government finances through enhanced revenue collection and cost reduction, and improving the business environment in the country for private sector development and to enhance foreign direct investment.

State Government Services

  • Domicile Certificate
  • Senior Citizen
  • Income Certificate
  • Residence Certificate
  • Death Certificate
  • Dongari Certificate
  • Cable Registration Certificate
  • Caste Certificate
  • Certificate of registration for eating house
  • Certificate of Solvency
  • Certified Copy of TILR
  • Certified Copy of TILR - Dist. Level
  • Certified Copy (of document after 1992)
  • Certified Copy (of document prior to 1992)
  • Certified Copy (Tehsildar)
  • Birth Certificate

Others

  • Affidavits
  • Application for Arm License
  • Application for mineral Lease
  • Application for Quarry Lease
  • Bhoomiheen Shet Majur
  • Bhumiheen - GOVC
  • Change in details of Ration Card
  • Cinema Theatre permission
  • Copy of current mutation entry
  • Duplicate Ration Card
  • Entry of purchase of arm to be taken in the Arm License

Some of our key services include:

Domicile' certificate
It's a certificate proving birth and residence of Maharashtra for the last 15 years (this time around, they're saying 10 years, since 1993). A Domicile/Residence Certificate is generally issued to prove that the person bearing the Certificate is a Domicile/Resident of the State/Union Territory, by which the Certificate is being issued. This Certificate is required as proof of residence to avail Domicile/Resident Quotas in educational institutions and in the Government Service, as also in case of jobs where local residents are preferred. What You Need to Do to Obtain a Domicile Certificate - The prescribed application forms are either available online or from the local authorities, i.e., the Sub-Divisional Magistrate/Tehsildar's office/Revenue Department/District Collector's Office, or any other authority as specified in the State/UT of your residence. You will be required to produce proof of continuous residence in the State/UT for a specified minimum period, or that of holding land in the State/UT, depending on the rules in the State/UT concerned. Documents for proving your identity, attestation of the form by officers with the necessary authority, school certificates and the Tehsil Enquiry Report may also be required. Women not originally belonging to a State/UT, but married to men who are permanent residents of the State/UT or who are eligible for the State's/UT's Domicile Certificate, are eligible to apply for Domicile Certificate. Note: Domicile Certificate can be made only in one State/UT. Obtaining Domicile Certificate from more than one State/UT is an offence.

Income certificate
Income Certificate is issued by the authorities on submission of application and related documents verifying the Annual income of the applicant. Income certificate can be issued for 1 year and 3 years. In case of Income Certificate of 3 years, the average income of 3 years through all sources is taken into consideration.

Affidavit
Written statement made voluntarily, confirmed by the oath or affirmation of the party making it, and signed before an officer empowered to administer such oaths. It usually names the place of execution and certifies that the person making it states certain facts and appeared before the officer on a certain date and "subscribed and swore" to the statement.

Caste Certificate
A Caste Certificate is the proof of belonging to a particular caste, especially in case of the Scheduled Castes, as specified in the Indian Constitution. The Government felt that the Scheduled Castes and Tribes need special encouragement and opportunities to progress at the time of our independence. According to the Indian system of Protective Discrimination, certain special privileges granted such as reservation of seats in the Legislatures and in the Government Service, waiving off a part or the entire fees for admission to schools and colleges, quotas in educational institutions, etc. To be able to avail these privileges, a citizen belonging to a Scheduled Caste must be in possession of a valid Caste Certificate.