Haryana excise and taxation department will go online in April, said excise and taxation minister Capt Abhimanyu on Monday.
He said right from registration of application to issuance of C-form and filing of returns will be done at the click of the mouse.
The minister, who was reviewing the computerisation project of the department, said a private firm Wipro Ltd has been engaged for developing online applications, which will be rolled out shortly.
“Allotment of liquor vends for 2015-16 will also be done online. Online application for e-registration, e-returns, e-payments, e-permits and e-pass applications will go live in the state from April 2015,” he added.
The requirement gathering phase of the project has been completed and the software has been developed. User Acceptance Testing (UAT) for the software was in progress.
He added the UAT would be done by all stakeholders, including dealers, sales tax advocates, CAs and excise licensee, and inputs received from them would be incorporated in the software to make the system user-friendly and easy to operate.
The department has also developed an application for online issuance of C-form for the dealers in the state.
“This application will provide hassle-free issuance of the C-Forms at their doorsteps,” the minister said.
Directing the officers to make e-services available for the dealers on a priority basis, Capt Abhimanyu stressed the need for using IT in plugging the tax revenue leakage, bringing transparency and using it for the convenience of the traders.