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HIMACHAL PRADESH
Implementation Percentage
94.13%

YES
337
NO
21
N/A
14
Reform Details
Reform NoReform AreaStatusDocument AttachedURLRemarksgood PracticeView
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Design and implement a system that allows online application submission, payment, tracking and monitoring without the need for a physical touch point for document submission and verification and mandate that all applications are submitted online

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
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Ensure that the system allows user to download the final signed approval certificate from the online portal

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
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Allow third parties to easily verify the approval certificates in the public domain

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
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Design and implement a system that allows online application submission, payment, tracking and monitoring without the need for a physical touch point for document submission and verification and mandate that all applications are submitted online

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
28

Ensure that the system allows user to download the final signed approval certificate from the online portal

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
29

Allow third parties to easily verify the approval certificates in the public domain

Approved View File View URL Less than 10 applications are received annually in past many years, this recommendation may be treated as Not Applicable for Himachal Pradesh. Details
56

Establish specialized commercial courts (in major towns/cluster of district so as to cover the whole State) to hear and resolve the commercial disputes

Approved View File View URL As per Section 2(i) of the Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Act, 2015, the pecuniary jurisdiction shall not be less than one crore rupees or such higher value, as may be notified by the Central Government, therefore the District Judges and Civil Judges do not have the pecuniary jurisdiction to deal with the cases under the aforesaid Act. Details
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Ensure that the time standards for commercial disputes are adhered for the following key court events:  
i.    First hearing; 
ii.    Filing of the statement of defense; 
iii.    Completion of the evidence period;
iv.    Filing of testimony by expert; and 
v.    Submission of the final judgment

Approved View File View URL As per different acts of court time lines have been specified. Letter from High court justifying same has been attached. Details
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Limit the maximum number of adjournments that can be granted in commercial disputes

Approved View File View URL Limiting maximum number of adjournments that can be granted in commercial disputes is beyond the authority of Commercial courts. Details
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Limit the adjournments to unforeseen and exceptional circumstances

Approved View File View URL It is for the court to limit the adjournment on unforeseen and exceptional circumstances. Details
232

Define clear timelines mandated through legislation for sanctioning of building permits in 30 days

Approved View File View URL Department has mandated timelines through legislation for sanctioning of building permits which is listed in the shared document. Details
233

Stipulate that construction permits are provided within 45 days: 
i. Building Plan approval is provided within 30 days
ii. Plinth Inspection is done within 7 days of intimation
iii. Final completion/occupancy certificate is provided within 8 days ( 7 days for inspection + 1day for issuing the certificate)

Approved View File View URL Screenshots are attached in the submitted document. Details
281

Ensure that DisComs uses automated tools for service restoration in all Industrial areas of State

Approved View File View URL Any Town/ Industrial Area in Himachal Pradesh could not qualify for SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) under R-APDRP. HPSEBL has introduced Automatic Meter Reading AMR for the consumers above 100 kW in the Industrial town which is a step for IT application for billing/ energy audit /energy accounting/ tripping/ shutdowns. Details
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Stipulate that charged electrical connections (up to 150 KVA) is provided within Seven days (where no `Right of Way` (RoW) is required) and in Fifteen days where RoW is required from concerned agencies

Approved View File View URL HP has been accorded special category Status by the GoI on basis of hilly and difficult terrain; low population density and or sizable share of tribal population; strategic location along borders with neighbouring countries; economic and infrastructure backwardness and non-viable nature of state finances. In a hilly state like HP, terrain is a big issue in providing time bound services to the citizen as these services are influenced by various geographical factors too as explained earlier. Details

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