This article deals with the Jharkhand State Housing Board and some of its relevant subjects like charges imposed, premises orders, tribunal stated and so on.
Jharkhand State Housing Board
The state of Jharkhand in the last few decades has witnessed large-scale migration of inhabitants from rural to urban areas in search of employment and better living conditions. This had led to over-crowding in the urban settlements and lack of housing facilities to accommodate the migratory inhabitants. Development and improvement in the urban zone had been a necessity and providing for these migratory inhabitants was a responsibility to the State Government of Jharkhand.
Thus, the government launched the Jharkhand State Housing Board to build houses for all slum dwellers of the region under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) scheme of “Housing for All”. As proposed in its criterion, the housing board premises is all set to construct and implement a residential project of over 1.27 lakh affordable housing units for the people belonging to the low-income groups and economically weaker section.
Therefore, if you are one among those who wish to benefit from the schemes of the Jharkhand government then you should enrol yourself to be in the beneficiary list. For application submission and registration, you can easily contact the Board at its official website or visit the office in person. However, the current market stature influenced by the pandemic suggests it is better to apply and register online and maintain the social distancing norms.
Online Application Portal and Charges
For registering or applying online you can connect to the official website of the Jharkhand State Housing Board. Here you will not only find the application form but also allotment description and grievance registration along with it. Since it so happens that the number of applicants is greater than the number of housing units in the Jharkhand State Housing Premises, therefore, the government body has to conduct a lottery or a draw where the lucky applicants are rewarded with households to stay in. This draw is also conducted online without any biases or hidden agendas.
Important information which you must be aware of is that the Board has full authority to reserve a certain percentage of the household for the people owning special status in the eyes of the State Government. The Board may or may not allow them with housing facilities irrespective of the draw conducted online.
Housing Betterment Charge
Listed below are the housing betterment charge demanded by the online portal of the Jharkhand State Housing Scheme for submission of application forms:
- LIG household with an average yearly income between Rs. 3 lakhs to Rs. 6 lakhs will have to pay an application fee of Rs. 1000 to the government portal.
- Whereas, the applicants belonging to the MIG category having a net income between 6 to 12 lakh rupees will have to pay Rs. 2000 as their application fee.
- The higher-income group of people earning more than Rs. 12 lakhs in a year will have to pay an application fee of Rs. 2500.
Q1. What are the documents required for registration at the Jharkhand State Housing Board?
Ans. Applicant must hold the following documents for registration in the 2020 Housing scheme of the Jharkhand Government:
- Aadhar Card
- Voter ID Card
- Address Proof
- Bank Account Passbook
- APL or BPL Ration Card
- Caste Certificate (if any)
- Income Certificate
- you have to keep track of the process online at their official website.
Q2. What housing building materials are used for the construction purpose carried out under the Jharkhand State Housing Board?
Ans. Superior quality housing building materials are used for the construction of houses for the low-income groups and economically weaker sections so that the government could elevate their stature of living and improve the conditions of the surrounding. Along with construction of houses, the Jharkhand State Housing Board also puts effort to improve infrastructural.
Q3. What is the Jharkhand State Housing Tribunal?
Ans. The Jharkhand State Housing Tribunal is concerned with the agreements related to the properties areas at lease, rent. This tribunal is based on the Jharkhand Buildings (Lease, Rent and Eviction) Control Act, 2000 and the Bihar Act No. 4 of 1983. All construction works and allotment schemes along with renting or leasing properties operating under the Jharkhand State Housing Board.