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Haryana implements online receipt accounting system

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, November 17, 2013
First Published: 19:41 IST(17/11/2013) | Last Updated: 19:42 IST(17/11/2013)

With a view to adopt an integrated financial management system, Haryana has decided to implement an online receipt accounting system. This new system will enable all kinds of depositors, whether government or private, to make online payments through net banking.


A spokesperson said that even in the case of depositors who do not want to use net banking facility for making payments, the new system will enable them to generate the requisite challan without requiring them to visit the treasury to get their challans examined or verified by the officer in treasury.

He said that with full implementation of the system, manual filling up of the challans will be discontinued as the department will make it compulsory to generate challan through this system. Various treasury offices in the state will, however, provide facility to generate such challans from the system and any depositor can approach the treasury for such facility with requisite details.

He said a pilot run for generation of challan for payment through cash, cheque and demand draft has already been carried out successfully in some selected district treasuries and now it has been decided to make this facility available in the entire state. He said that as a first step in this direction the depositors would be able to generate challan by logging in the website

In case of any difficulty, the depositor is free to approach the concerned treasury for generation of such challan, he added.

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