Migration Certificates Go Live for School and University Students – The New Indian Express
BHUBANESWAR: University and high school students will not have to report to the Secondary Education Council (BSE) office or universities to obtain their provisional or migration certificates. They can apply online for all certificates in addition to eight other public services related to the university and secondary education council.
These services were launched via the online public service portal “lokseba.odisha.in” at the Secretariat here by Chief Secretary AP Padhi on Saturday. By launching the online system, Padhi asked the Center for Modernizing Government Initiative (CMGI) to make online services completely free of human interface and link them to the government dues payment system in order to avoid a physical presence. to pay fees and contributions.
From now on, 6 public services of the school and mass education department and 2 public services of the higher education department will be available online through a common application portal, said Ashok Meena, principal secretary, General administration and complaints. public.
School and mass education department services included duplicate high school grade sheet, board certificate, certificate verification and grade sheet, issuance of migration certificate and certificate BSE Pass / Interim Score Sheet, Odisha. Likewise, students can apply for university certificates / provisional grades and university migration certificates online.
The Principal Secretary of School and Mass Education, Pradeepta Kumar Mohapatra, said the students did not need to run to
BSE office or university to request these certificates. Applicants will need to create a login and password on the portal and apply even from the common service centers. There will also be a possibility to pay the fees online.
Upon submission, the applicant will receive an automatically generated acknowledgment of receipt stating all the details of their request. After final approval by the sanctioning authority, the applicant will receive an automatically generated SMS in their mobile phone number to download the certificate. Mohapatra also informed that steps are being taken to scan all old certificates for the digital locker system.
To date, 341 departments from 25 departments have been notified under the Odisha Right to Public Services Act, 2012 (ORTPS), specifying the procedure and timeframe within which services would be provided to citizens from the date of application. So far, 88 utilities have been delivered online.