Jupally launches TS-iPASS Mobile App

Tue 29 Mar 2016, 18:17:51
In a bid to further ease the business processes, the Industries department today launched the TS-iPASS Mobile App for online filing of incentives. 

Industries Minister Jupally Krishna Rao today launched the TS-iPASS Mobile App for e-filing of incentives application through desktop and mobile platform (android users) in the presence of the Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce,  Arvind Kumar and the Commissioner of Industries K Manicka Raj at Commissioner of Industries office .  The Minister also inaugurated the call centre (No 7306600600) on the occasion.

            Speaking on the occasion, the minister said the Telangana government was committed to create an ecosystem in which the ease of doing business in the State is on par with global standards. The government has successfully enacted and implemented the TS-iPASS, I-IDEA for general entrepreneurs and T-PRIDE for SC/ST entrepreneurs, he added. The minister also complimented the Industries department officials and staff for launching the mobile app.

            The Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar said the online system would come into force from April 1. Complete application of incentives has been streamlined to a point that an entrepreneur can just apply for incentives from any place. The applications once received will be addressed immediately through online system and any communication made by the department will be communicated to the entrepreneur through an email and SMS.  With this, an entrepreneur will know the exact status of the application and can track his step by step movement of the claim application, he said. He recalled that the Prime Minister has complimented the State for bringing out pro-active policies to further boost investment in the State.

Sudhir Reddy, Telangana Industries Federation president thanked the government for bringing out revolutionary changes in the functioning of the Industries department. Representatives from CII, FICCI, DICCI and COWE were also present.
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