How To Apply

FOR OBTAINING RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply in the prescribed application form addressed to the Mamlatdar.
  • Birth Certificate. [Self Attested]
  • Residence Certificate (old copy, if any). [Self Attested]
  • Educational qualification certificate.(School Leaving or Bonafide Certificate) [Self Attested]
  • Identity proof e.g. Voter’s card, PAN card, Driving Licence, Passport copy, Aadhar card etc. (Any one) [Self Attested]
  • Marriage Certificate (In case of married person). [Self Attested]
  • LPG Connection (In case of rented premises). [Self Attested]
  • Self Declaration
  • Self Declaration (N. O. C.) of the house owner (In case of rented premises).
  • 2 Photos (Passport size).
  • Note: Those applying for the purpose of Portuguese Passport shall furnish additional documents as follows:
  • Indian Passport copy (Self attested Xerox copy).
  • While collecting certificate— 1 govt. witness ’s signature along with name and designation and name of office.
  • Application in prescribed form.
  • For Further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services) Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING CASTE CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply in prescribed Form alongwith following documents :-
  • Birth Certificate of applicant. [Self Attested]
  • Birth certificate of applicant's father or any relative from father's side. [Self Attested]
  • Applicant's school leaving certificate and bonafide certificate issued by school authorities. [Self Attested]
  • Documents showing that applicant's father or grandfather belong to SC/ST/OBC notified by Government. [Self Attested]
  • Documents showing that applicant / applicants family was residing in Goa prior to 19/02/1968 [For SC/ST]. [Self Attested]
  • Self Declaration.
  • Samaj certificate. [Self Attested]
  • Talathi's report along with report of the concerned Mamlatdar (Original) Report of Talathi from maiden place of residence in case of married woman.
  • Marriage certificate in case of married person. [Self Attested]
  • Aadhaar card / Voter's card (if any). [Self Attested]
  • Income certificate issued by the competent authority for preceding 3 years. (Village Panchayat / Municipality / C.C.P.)
  • For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services) Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING MEDICLAIM/ INCOME CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply in prescribed application form addressed to the Mamlatdar(Annexure G)
  • Voter's Card. [Self Attested]
  • Doctor's Certificate. [Self Attested] Referral certificate from District Hospital/GMC.
  • Marriage Certificate (in case of married person). [Self Attested]
  • Ration card copy. [Self Attested]
  • Original Income certificate from C.C.P. / Village Panchayat / Municipality.
  • Self Declaration stating the no. of family members, part number sr. number, constituency no. and name on the electoral roll published in the current year.
  • Birth Certificate. [Self Attested]
  • School Leaving Certificate. [Self Attested] such other documents to establish residence of 15 years
  • 1For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services) Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING DIVERGENCE CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply in prescribed form to the Mamlatdar.
  • Voting Card / Aadhar card (only as Identity proof). [Self Attested]
  • Marriage Certificate (in case of married person)(if any). [Self Attested]
  • Passport Copy (not compulsory). [Self Attested]
  • Self Declaration.
  • If Govt. employee - Service book, pension book/order. [Self Attested]
  • Birth Certificate of the applicant. [Self Attested]
  • School Leaving Certificate. [Self Attested]
  • Such other documents showing variance in names but not Form I & XIV and Divergence certificate is not proof to carry out mutations.
  • NOTE: These documents are to be supported by Talathi’s report
  • For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services)Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING MATRIZ CERTIFICATE:-

  • Application on plain paper is to be addressed to the concerned Mamlatdar and Head of Taluka Revenue Office.
  • Affix a Court fee stamp of Rs. 5/-on that application.
  • Attach a stamp paper of Rs. 50/- for issuing certificate.
  • For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services) Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING SOUND PERMISSION UPTO 10.00 P.M.(IN MUINICIPAL AREARS TO DISTRICT MAGISTRATE AND IN VILLAGE TO THE DY. COLLECTOR AND SUB DIVISIONAL OFFICER):-

  • Apply on plain paper addressed to the Dy. Collector and Sub Divisional Officer concerned for permission to use loudspeaker at least 15 days before the event.
  • Permission of Land owner.
  • Permission of Local Authority ( C.C.P. / Village / Panchayat / Municipality)
  • In case of Wedding – Wedding card/Booking receipt t o f the place / N.O.C from hall.
  • Incase permission needed on beach – N.O.C. from GLZMA and Tourism Department.
  • In case permission needed on vehicle then applicant to specify the vehicle numbers along with attested Xerox copies of Registration Certificate (R. C.) book.
  • Mention the timing, period and place where such permission is required upto 10.00 p.m.
  • Permission will be granted 5 days before the event.

FOR OBTAINING SOUND PERMISSION TILL 10.00 P.M. :-

  • Apply on plain paper addressed to the Collector concerned for permission to use loudspeaker at least 15 days before the event like Rallies/ Dindi/ Sapthah/ Carnival/ Sound permission for more than one Taluka.
  • Permission of Land owner.
  • Permission of Local Authority ( C.C.P. / Village / Panchayat / Municipality)
  • Mention the timing, period and place where such permission is required upto 10.00 p.m.
  • Permission will be granted within 2 days on receipt of the Police report.

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FOR OBTAINING DOMICILE CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply to the District Magistrate in prescribed Form (Annexure X)
  • Residence Certificate (5 years and above from concerned Mamlatdar) [Self Attested]
  • Educational qualification certificate. [Self Attested]
  • Identity proof e.g. Voter’s card, PAN card, Driving License, Passport copy, Aadhar card, etc.(Any one). [Self Attested]
  • 2 Photos (Passport size).
  • Affidavit on Rs.50/- stamp paper.
  • Prescribed processing fees. (N.A.)
  • Birth Certificate/ Leaving School Certificate. [Self Attested]

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FOR GETTING GRATUITOUS RELIEF UNDER NATURAL CALAMITY: -

  • The victims of natural calamity shall apply in prescribed form available in the office of the Taluka Mamlatdar within 60 days of the date of the loss (Annexure W)
  • On the receipt of the report and Panchanama drawn by the Talathi, the Mamlatdar will send it to the Dy. Collector alongwith the checklist with his recommendations within 7 days.
  • The Dy. Collector will submit the case to the Collector with his recommendations within 2 days.
  • The Collector will re-examine the case and if it comes under natural calamity scheme, issues order recommending gratuitous relief Goa Disaster Management Fund Scheme as per Notification dated 13/03/2008, which is as follows: -
  • Ex-gratia payment for death & injury:-
  • Ex-Gratia payment to families of deceased person Rs. 1, 00,000/- per deceased.
  • Ex-Gratia payment for loss of limb or eyes Rs.35,000/- per person.
  • Grievous injury requiring hospitalization Rs.7,500/- per person.
  • Clothing & utensils for families whose house have been washed away, Rs.2,000/- per clothing & bRs.2,000/- for utensils per family.
  • Ex-Gratia payment for repair of houses:-
  • Fully damaged (to be rebuiled):
    • Pucca Houses, Rs.25,000/- per house.
    • Katcha Houses, Rs. 15,000/- per house.
  • Major Repairs:
    • Pucca Houses, Rs.6,000/- per house.
    • Katcha Houses, Rs. 4,000/- per house.
  • Minor Repairs, Rs.2,000/- per house.

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FOR OBTAINING A COPY OF FORM I AND XIV:-

  • Apply on plain paper to the concerned Mamlatdar of the concerned Taluka.
  • Mention therein the Survey Number, Sub-division Number and Village name.
  • Pay requisite fees @ Rs. 15/- per copy and Rs. 5/- for per additional page.
  • Mamlatdar will issue the copy within one day.

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FOR OBTAINING SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE:-

  • Apply on plain paper to the Mamlatdar giving your complete residential address and the purpose for which, the said Certificate is required.
  • Furnish details of ownership of immovable properties giving correct survey numbers and place where your landed property is situated.
  • Attach attested Xerox copies of documents showing therein ownership of the immovable property and Nil Encumbrance Certificate from Sub-Registrar’s office.
  • The applicant can also produce bank Guarantee in case he does not own any immovable property.
  • Solvency Certificate uptoRs. 1,00,000/- is issued by the Mamlatdar of the Taluka Solvency Certificate above Rs. 1,00,000/- but not exceeding Rs. 5,00,000/- issued by the Dy. Collector and SDO of the Sub-Division and for above Rs. 5,00,000/- by the Collector of the District. The Mamlatdar will forward your application accordingly.
  • For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services)Act 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING SANAD FOR CONVERSION OF LAND ABOVE 500 sq. mts.

  • Apply in prescribed Form “Schedule 1” I Four sets affixing therein Court fee stamps of Rs. 5/- (Annexure J) alongwith following documents:-
  • Form I and XIV (one original and four self-attested copies)
  • Survey plan and four blue prints (1 original + 4 Xerox copies).
  • One Notarized Copy of Sale Deed etc. and 4 Xerox copies of the deed.
  • Site plan on the basis of Survey plan (1 original + 4 Xerox copies).
  • Manual copy of Form I & XIV maintained by the Talathi’s office.
  • Form I &XIV : Application on plain paper with Rs.5/- court fees stamp stating village name and survey number. (office of the Dy. Collector or Collector as per the area, sought for conversion).
  • For further details of procedure thereafter, kindly refer to The Goa (Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Public Services) Act, 2013.

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FOR OBTAINING PARTITION OF LAND:

  • A decree holder or a co-holder of land can apply for partition on plain paper under section 61 of Land Revenue Code along with following documents:-
  • Latest Form I and XIV duly mutated in the name of the applicant (1 original + 1 attested / notarised) *
  • Site plan i.e. plan showing the area to be partitioned (1 original +1 Xerox). Superimposed plan of area to be partitioned.
  • Survey Plan ( 1 original + 1 Xerox).
  • Title / Ownership documents e.g. Sale deed etc. (1 notarised/attested + 1 Xerox).
  • Form I &XIV: Application on plain paper with Rs.5/- court fees stamp stating village name and survey number. (office of the Mamlatdar)

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FOR OBTAINING ARMS LICENCE:-

  • Normally arm licences are given only for crop protection and for self protection.
  • If you want to have licence for crop/ self protection:-
  • Every application for the grant of a licence under these rules –
    • i) shall be submitted in Form A-1 to A -14 as applicable to the category of the licence applied.
    • ii) may be presented by the applicant in person or sent through the medium of post office or filed electronically or otherwise, to the licensing authority, as far as possible, having jurisdiction in respect of the place where he ordinarily resides or has his occupation.
  • Where the grant of licence requires a certificate of no objection from some other authority as provided in rule 98, shall state whether such certificate has been obtained and, if so, be supported by evidence thereof either in physical form or by an electronically generated confirmation on NDAL system for the particular UIN of the applicant.
  • Every application for grant of licence for special category under Chapter III of these rules, shall be subject to such additional requirements specified for these categories in that chapter.
  • Every application in Form A-1 submitted by an individual for grant of a licence in Form II, Form III orForm IV shall be accompanied by the following documents, namely:–
  • four passport size copies of the latest photograph of the applicant (in white background);
  • proof of date of birth;
  • identification proof :-
    • a) Aadhar Card; or
    • b) in case the applicant does not have Aadhar Card, a written declaration in the form of an Affidavit to be submitted in this regard along with an alternative identification proof which may include Passport or Voter’s Identification Card or Permanent Account Number (PAN) card or Identity Card issued to the employees;
    • c) in case of exemptee sports persons, shooters identification card issued by the National Rifle Association of India.
  • residence proof in case the applicant does not possess Aadhar Card or Passport, which may include -
    • a) voter’s identification card; or
    • b) electricity bill; or
    • c) landline telephone bill; or
    • d) rent deed or lease deed or property documents;or
    • e) any other document to the satisfaction of the licensing authority.
  • safe use and storage of firearms undertaking referred to in sub-rule (4) of rule 10;
  • for professional category applicant, referred to under clause (a) of sub-rule (3) of rule 12, self-attestedcopies of the educational and professional qualification certificates, wherever applicable;
  • medical certificate about mental health and physical fitness of the applicant with specific mention that the applicant is not dependent on intoxicating or narcotic substances (in Form S-3);
  • in case of an application for a licence in Form IV, the particulars specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 35 alongwith a permit from the authority empowered under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 (53 of 1972);
  • Every application in Form A-2 submitted by a company for the grant of a licence in Form II or Form III,shall be accompanied by the following documents, namely:–
  • written undertaking on the letter head of the applicant duly signed by the responsible person defined under clause (44) of rule 2;
  • original copy of the board resolution passed or an authority letter confirming the appointment of
  • responsible person referred to in clause (a);
  • certified copies of the founding documents of the company including Memorandum and Articles of Association;
  • safe use and storage of firearms undertaking referred to in sub-rule (4) of rule 10.
  • An application by a member of the armed forces of the Union shall be made through his CommandingOfficer to the licensing authority having jurisdiction in respect of the place to which he is for the time beingposted.
  • The licensing authority may, in accordance with any instructions issued by the State Government in respect of all or any class of firearms, require the personal attendance of the applicant before granting the licence under this rule.
  • The applicant shall not suppress any factual information or furnish any false or wrong information in the application form.

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FOR TRANSFER OF ARM LICENCE:-

  • The licensing authority may grant a licence -
  • after the death of the licensee, to his legal heir; or
  • in any other case, on the licensee attaining the age of seventy years or on holding the firearm for twenty-fiveyears, whichever is earlier, to any legal heir nominated by him:
  • Provided that notwithstanding the provisions contained in rule 12 of these rules, the licensingauthority may grant a licence to such legal heir if the eligibility conditions under the Act and these rules are fulfilled by the said legal heir and there are no adverse remarks in the police report.
  • Where a licensee leaves behind more than one legal heir and the legal heirs decide amongst themselves to retain the arm or arms of the deceased, one of the legal heirs nominated by all other legal heirs may apply for a licence under sub-rulealong with the following documents, namely:-
    • a declaration of no-objection from the remaining legal heirs;
    • an indemnity bond executed by the applicant giving full details of the licence and the arm or arms endorsed thereupon; and
    • a copy of the death certificate of the deceased licensee.
  • Where the legal heirs decide to dispose of the arm or arms endorsed on the licence of the deceased licensee, they may apply to the licensing authority for grant of a limited period permission to sell the arm or arms, within the time allowed by such authority, to any licensed dealer or to any other person entitled to possess an arm under these rules.
  • Explanation.-
  • For the purposes of this rule, ‘legal heir’ includes husband, wife, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law,brother, sister and grandchildren of the licensee or the deceased licensee.

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FOR RENEWAL OF ARM LICENCE:-

  • Every licence may, at its expiration and subject to the same conditions (if any) as to the grant thereof, be renewed by the authority mentioned in Schedule II as renewing authority within a period of thirty days of receipt of the police report:
  • Provided that the licence so renewed may be signed in the appropriate column of the licence by such officer as may be specifically empowered in this behalf by the State Government under rule 5.
  • An application for renewal of a licence for arms or ammunition shall be filed in the Form wherein specified at least sixty days prior to the expiry of the said licence with the licensing authority along with the documents wherein specified in the Form:
  • Provided that in the case of arms and ammunition deposited under sub-rule (1) of rule 48, the renewal application may be filed either by the depositor, or where it is not practicable to make the application direct,through the dealer or any other person authorised by him in writing in this behalf, while the arms or ammunition continue to be so deposited.
  • The authority issuing a licence shall ordinarily be responsible for watching all future renewals of the licence:
  • Provided that where a licensee notifies a change of his place of residence, permanently or temporarily for a period of more than six months, to the licensing authority of the district in which the renewal is sought, the licensing authority of that district shall thence-forth become responsible for watching all future renewals of his licence.
  • The new renewing authority shall, in respect of a licensee who notifies a change of his place of residence under sub-rule (3), register the licensee under its own jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions specified in rule 17 and carry out the renewal thereof and forthwith, inform the original issuing or last renewing authority.
  • The licensing authority may consider an application for renewal of a licence, if the period between the date of its expiry and the date of application is not, in his opinion, unduly long with due regard to the circumstances of the case, and all renewal fees are paid; otherwise the application may be treated as one for grant of a fresh licence.
  • The licensing authority may, in accordance with any instructions issued by the State Government in respect of all or any class of firearms, require the personal attendance of the applicant before renewing the licence under this rule.

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FOR EXTENSION OF AREA VALIDITY OF LICENCE:-

  • On receipt of an application from a licensee holding a licence in Form III, the licensing authority may extend the area of validity specified in his licence, if he is satisfied about the need of such extension subject to the condition that the licensing authority has the power to grant a licence in relation to the area to which extension is being sought.
  • The application for extending the area validity for whole of India may be granted by the licensing authority as specified in column (5) of Schedule II, in respect of the following category of licensees, namely:-
    • a) Union Ministers or Members of Parliament;
    • b) Personnel of Defence Forces and Central Armed Police Forces;
    • c) Officers of All-India Services
    • d) Officers in the Government or Government Sector Undertakings or
    • Public Sector Undertakings withliability to serve anywhere in India
    • e) Dedicated sports persons and the sports persons specified in serial numbers (1) to (4) of the table in subrule(2) of rule 40.
  • In other cases, where the licensing authority is satisfied that the nature of business or profession of the applicant requires him to carry arm or arms frequently beyond the existing jurisdiction and such a requirement may not be met by the issuance of a journey licence in Form XI of these rules, the application for extending the area validity for whole of India may be granted by the licensing authority specified in column (5) of Schedule II to the applicant.

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TO TRANSPORT WEAPON FROM GOA TO ANY OTHER PART OF INDIA:-

  • Save as herein otherwise provided, no person shall transport over India or any part thereof any arms or ammunition or any arms specified in category V of Schedule I, except under, and in accordance with the conditions of, a licence in Form XII granted under these rules.
  • Nothing in sub-rule (1) or in section 12 of the Act shall be deemed to apply to arms or ammunition :-
  • transported personally or as personal luggage, in reasonable quantities for his own use, by a person lawfully entitled to possess or carry such arms or ammunition;
  • transported by a person licensed to manufacture such articles, for proof-testing, in a case or package legibly addressed to a Government establishment or an establishment licensed under these rules, or re-transported by such establishment to such person;
  • of category V arms specified in Schedule I, transported through an area where the Central Government has, by notification in the Official Gazette, applied section 4, or from such area to an area where section 4 does not apply, provided that the arms are properly packed and labeled, showing clearly the description of these articles and the name and address of the consignee;
  • transported by a licensed manufacturer or dealer for export or after import, in accordance with a licence for their export or import, -
    • (i). from the place of despatch to the port or other place of export, or
    • (ii). from the port or other place of import to the place of destination, or
    • (iii). by trans-shipment in the port of import for re-export;
  • transported –
  • by a person lawfully entitled to possess such articles, in reasonable quantities for his own usefrom the premises of a licensed manufacturer or dealer, or for purposes of examination or repairor test to or from any such premises, or to the address of any other person lawfully entitled topossess such articles; or
  • by a licensed manufacturer or a dealer, in a case or package legibly addressed to a personlawfully entitled to possess such articles, in compliance with an order given by such person forthe supply of such articles, in reasonable quantities, for his own use or after carrying outnecessary repairs thereto;
  • by a dealer to another dealer under trade transfer, within the same State against a sale invoice;
  • being chlorates, transported for bona fide industrial, agricultural or medicinal purposes:
  • Provided that-
  • transport of arms or ammunition under clause (d),sub-clauses (i) and (ii) of clause (e) or clause (f), shall be subject to obtaining a certificate of no objection from the licensing authority at the destination of the articles as provided for in rule 98;
  • transport of arms or ammunition personally for any of the purposes stated in sub-clause (i) of clause (e) without using them through any area outside the area of validity of his possession licence, shall be subject to his obtaining a licence in Form XII from the licensing authority at the starting place of transport; and
  • prior intimation of the transport of arms specified in category V of Schedule I under clause (c) or ofchlorates under clause (f) shall be given to the officer-in-charge of the nearest police station or amagistrate having jurisdiction over the place of despatch.
  • The officer or magistrate receiving prior intimation under clause (iii) of the proviso to sub-rule (2) shallimmediately inform the district magistrate, and if the articles are transported by rail, the Superintendent of railway police having jurisdiction,-
  • 1over the place of destination, in the case of transport of chlorates, and
  • 1over the place of entry into the area where section 4 applies, in the case of transport of arms specified in category V of Schedule I.
  • Explanation:-For the purposes of these rules, ‘transport’ includes movement of arms or ammunition across any part of the country, but does not include movement of arms or ammunition by a licensed manufacturer or dealer from a warehouse, go down or any other similar place to his factory, shop or other place of business within the same village, town or city.
  • Previous consent in certain cases.-
  • A licence having effect beyond the local limits of the authority of the
  • officer granting it shall not be granted for the transport or export or re-import of any arms or ammunition to aplace, without ascertaining that there is no objection to the grant of such licence on the part of the districtmagistrate having jurisdiction over the area in which such place is situated.
  • For the purposes of sub-rule (1), either –
    • i) a certificate of “no objection” may be obtained by the applicant for the licence; or
    • ii) an enquiry may be made by the authority to whom application for grant of such licence is made.
  • Carriage of arms and ammunition by air.-
    • (i). No licensee holding a valid licence under these rules or ajourney licence in Form XI or import and export licence in Form X or holding a transport licence in Form XII,may carry or cause or permit to be carried, arms and ammunition endorsed on his licence by air, except withthe prior permission of the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in accordance with the Aircraft Rules,1937 framed under the Aircraft Act, 1934 (22 of 1934).
    • (ii). The arms and ammunition granted permission under sub-rule (1) shall be so packed, protected and securedas to avoid any possibility of their being a source of danger and the packages shall be clearly andconspicuously marked on the outside.

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FOR OBTAINING LICENCE FOR CINEMA/ THEATRE UNDER CINEMATOGRAPHY ACT:-

  • Apply for NOC under Rule 20 (1) of the Goa Cinematography Rules, 1965 for construction of permanent Cinema/ Theater.
  • Apply in prescribed Form (Annexure M) alongwith Site plan.
  • On receipt of application the following reports will be called for:-
  • NOC from concerned Panchayat / Municipality.
  • NOC from Mamlatdar concerned.
  • NOC from Member Secretary Town & Country Planning Committee.
  • NOC from State ElectricalInspectorate.
  • NOC from Fire Officer.
  • Certificate from Films Division.
  • NOC from PWD.
  • The above reports will be perused and studied and accordingly Cinema Licence will be issued within 15 days after obtaining all reports.
  • The above licence is granted for one year and has to be renewed subsequently every year after obtaining NOC from Fire and State Electrical Inspectorateand Films Division.

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FOR OBTAINING LICENCE FOR VIDEO PARLOUR:-

  • Apply in prescribed Form (Annexure N) alongwith following documents:-
  • NOC from Land owner or Sale Deed with Form I & XIV.
  • Site plan.
  • On receipt of application a report will be obtained from following authorities:-
  • Concerned Mamlatdar.
  • Superintendent of Police.
  • State Electrical Inspectorate.
  • Health Department.
  • PWD.
  • NOC from concerned Panchayat / Municipality.
  • NOC from Directorate of Fire.
  • After receipt of all the reports from above authorities the licence will be granted within 7 days for a period of one year.
  • Thereafter the licence has to be renewed every year.
  • At the time of renewal a report is obtained from Electricity and Health Department.

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FOR OBTAINING LICENCE UNDER PETROLEUM ACT:-

  • If a person wishes to obtain NOC under Petroleum Act he has to apply in the prescribed Form XI (Annexure O) alongwith following documents:-
  • Ownership document of the property.
  • Site plan/ Layout plan.
  • NOC from Local Panchayat / or Municipality.
  • Form I& XIV (e) Survey plan.
  • On receipt of above applicant complete in all respects, public notices will be issued inviting objection from the public giving 30 days.
  • Simultaneously reports from following Departments will be obtained:-
  • Police Department.
  • Fire Service.
  • Town & Country Planning.
  • Concerned Dy. Collector & SDO.
  • Concerned Mamlatdar.
  • PWD.
  • On receipt of above reports, licence or NOC will be issued within 15 days.

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FOR OBTAINING NOC UNDER EXPLOSIVE ACT:-

  • If a person wishes to obtain NOC under Explosive Act he has to apply in the prescribed Form XIII (Annexure P) alongwith following documents:-
  • Ownership document of the place.
  • Site plan.
  • NOC from Local Panchayat / or Municipality.
  • On receipt of above applicant complete in all respects, public notices will be issued inviting objection from the public giving 30 days.
  • Simultaneously reports from following Departments will be obtained:-
  • Police Department.
  • Fire Service.
  • Town & Country Planning.
  • Concerned Dy. Collector & SDO.
  • Concerned Mamlatdar.
  • On receipt of above reports, licence or NOC will be issued within 15 days.

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FOR OBTAINING INDIAN CITIZENSHIP:-

  • Apply in prescribed application form as required under Rule 28 of the Citizen Rules 1955 read with section 5 (2) of the Citizenship Act, 1955 in triplicate as per details shown below as the case may be:-
  • S. No. Particulars of SectionPrescribed Form
  • Section 5(1) a Annexure Q
  • Section 5 (1) c Annexure R
  • Section 5 (1) d Annexure S
  • Section 6 Annexure T
  • Application is to supported with the following documents:-
  • Four attested Xerox copies of passport.
  • Four attested Xerox copies of residence permit.
  • 5 After this concerned applicant has to take oath of allegiance before the District Collector and thereafter a report from the CID is obtained and accordingly a detailed report is sent to the Home Department, Panaji for onward submission to the Government of India for grant of Indian Citizenship.