eGovWatch: Mobile App to pay power bill in Jharkhand

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URJA mobile app by Power Min Piyush Goyal Power Minister Piyush Goyal has released URJA App to connect the citizens and DISCOMs of India with the Power Ministry. The app allows users to get information of performance of their town, DISCOMs and State level on different parameters including their ranking, pending consumer complaints, average power cuts, percentage of consumers making e-Payments, as well as power loss or theft. The app also gives information on schemes and initiatives that are being undertaken by the Govt. of India to improve the power supply. URJA App is built for the citizens of India and is currently available on Android mobile platform. Shortly it will be also available on iOS and Windows platforms.

Currently Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited mobile app is compatible with Android operating system.

Taking a leap further to last year launch of online bill payments on Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited (JBVNL) website, on Thursday, Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das launched the mobile app for payment of electricity utility bills.

JBVNL officials say, mobile app powered with comprehensive multi-mode payment platform promise to deliver payments option anywhere, anytime on any device with secure transactions and extended customer services for all payment queries.

“Last year, JBVNL introduced online bill payments on their website. By launching a mobile application that accepts payments, this is a step forward that brings convenience in the palms of consumers,” Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das said.

The payment process is powered by a solution from TechProcess Payment Services, a Mumbai based electronic payments platform.

Currently Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited mobile app is compatible with Android operating system.

“With the launch our new mobile app, we are providing citizen centric m-governance services and bringing ease to our customers by assisting to avoid queues for utility payments,’’ Rahul Kumar Purwar, managing director, JBVNL said in a statement.

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