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Digitization of the Capital City: ‘City Islamabad App’ Launched

It’s been exciting to watch the rapid advancement of technology in Islamabad over the last few years. For instance, the CDA trail planner was launched, land records were digitized, and an innovative IT park was launched in Islamabad. Islamabad is, in fact, on its way to being a smart city. City Islamabad App has also recently been launched and is an exciting milestone in Islamabad’s digitalization. By working together, the National Information Technology Board and the Islamabad Capital Territory Administration have accomplished this success. Inhabitants of the Islamabad Capital district can now access a variety of e-government offerings without ever having to visit a government position in person, thanks to a new digital service. We’ll discover more concerning this brand-new digital portal in this blog.

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  • Overview

The app, released on March 3rd, 2020, is now completely operational and available for Android smartphone install. Praise for the recently introduced mobile e-portal came from Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad, Hamza Shafqat, who claimed residents can now use the ‘City Islamabad App’ to register automobiles or apply for various documents/licenses without having to visit public departments and wait in long lines for hours. According to him, the app’s capabilities will be further enhanced by the regards of new characteristics based on user feedback.

City Islamabad App Features

There are many notable features of the City Islamabad App, including e-services from establishments like (NADRA), the Capital Development Authority (CDA), and the Capital City Police. In addition, utility bills can be paid via e-payment in the application. Islamabad City Android Application has been broken down into eight sections on the app’s “Homepage/Dashboard,” listed below: You can also get the idea from the Taj Residencia.

ICT SERVICES

  • Domicile
  • International Driving Permit
  • Arms License Verification Service
  • Court Cases Service
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Fard
  • Smart Card/CNIC Application
  • Obtaining a Passport
  • ICT Department Service

E-POLICE

  • Online Incident Reporting for Almost Any Type of Mishap
  • E-challan
  • Certificate of Character
  • Authenticate Your Driver’s License
  • Map
  • Traffic Alerts 

TAXATION AND EXCISE

  • Registration of a vehicle
  • Transferring a Vehicle
  • Verification of a vehicle
  • Online Deposit of Token Tax

CDA

You can appeal for birth and death certificates digitally using the CDA services accessible in the application, rather than waiting in long lines at public offices.

CITY GUIDE

  • Emergency Numbers
  • The Metrobus
  • Healthcare Service
  • Infotainment Services

ADDITIONAL ONLINE SERVICES

  • BAYTEE Mobile application

“Baytee mobile application” was recently debuted by Pakistan’s federal government, which is taking a big step toward women’s empowerment. Women can find out about various public as well as private sector initiatives aimed at empowering women by using this app. Additionally, it provides information on scholarships, employment possibilities, and training courses for individuals.

. Durst Daam

The government of Pakistan’s Durust Daam (the accurate price) is another revolutionary technology. The rate list of daily necessities is regularly modified in this app, which allows residents of the Islamabad Capital Territory to disclose shopkeepers who are illegally profiting.

  • Call Sarzameen

The Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) has released a new app called Call Sarzameen. This app’s main goal is to continue providing an electronic platform for Pakistanis living outside of Islamabad to report a variety of inquiries and complaints they may be experiencing.

Further About National Information Technology Board (NITB)

The Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications (MoIT) is in charge of the National Information Technology Board’s (NITB) management and direction. There has been a merger between the Pakistan Computer Bureau (PCB) and the Electronic Government Directorate (EGD). A ministry in charge of IT and telecommunications was in charge of overseeing the merger. Technology and business challenges faced by state departments and ministries are handled by the NITB, which is dedicated to helping them. The board is tasked with promoting the idea of e-governance in Pakistan by providing services such as design, advancement, mechanization, application, and maintenance of various digital portals.

. Author Bio

Muhammad Junaid is a senior Analyst and Search Engine Expert. Extensive experience being a lead writer in Sigma Properties. Work for years with local and international enterprises. Also, represent well-known brands in the UAE.

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