Document registration process in Kerala to get speedy

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Thiruvananthapuram: The new mechanism for document registration in Kerala will roll out within a month and the revamp is expected to make the process less cumbersome and speedy.

With the deployment of new mechanism, the process will be swift as the document registration procedures will be completed on the same day of submission.

The new mechanism is aimed at getting rid of prolonged paper works in the office. At present there are numerous paper works to be completed before summoning the parties in front of the registrar. Instead of that, computerized documentation will be deployed. When the details are entered in the Registration Department’s online platform, the computer mechanism simultaneously readies the documents needed for the registration process. The registrar just has to sign the required documents.

Likewise, at present, passport size photo need to be affixed on the deed document. Instead of that, photo will be taken in the registration office itself. Similarly, the fingerprint will be scanned. Then and there both photo and fingerprint will be affixed to the document. It will be in digital format. This in turn will take less time and impersonation can be curtailed.

The digital copy will be available online once registration is over. The procedures will be made simple so that original physical copy will be given on the same day itself.

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