- Kerala IT Mission, the nodal agency for e-Governance implementation for the State, is developing the mobile app.
- It would also function as a mobile wallet.
After Central government's Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) App, Kerala is also planning to launch its multi-platform mobile app which would make transactions with government departments and access to services much easier. It would also function as a mobile wallet.
The app, which is being developed by Kerala IT Mission, the nodal agency for e-Governance implementation for the State, will have features to remit taxes and fees to various government offices and PSUs.
The mission clarifies that the multi-platform mobile application which can bring all citizen-centric e-governance services from all State Departments, PSUs, autonomous institutions and central agencies through a single mobile channel.
The principal aim of the unified mobile application project is 'to empower citizens of Kerala for all kinds of interactions and services with the state government in a fast, seamless and cost-effective manner.'
Besides allowing transactions using debit or credit card or internet banking facility, It also offers an e-wallet facility. The mission also invited public to submit logo, name and tagline and announced a cash prize of Rs. 15,000.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:51 PM