Online portal to identify street vendors launched
The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has started an online portal for identification and survey of the left out street venders.
Being a nodal corporation, it said it has developed the portal which will ensure identification and survey of left out street vendors for all the three corporations – South, North & East.
This portal would provide an opportunity to the street vendors who are left out to get them surveyed and identification by applying online on MCD’s Website mcdonline.nic.in/stvendor, it said.
Street vendors can apply through the portal without any physical survey and thereafter they will be included in the survey of Town Vending Committee (TVC).
Left out street vendors will have to login at MCD’s website mcdonline.nic.in/stvendor and will have to register their name and mobile number following which an OTP will be generated.
After that, applicants will have to choose a street vendor site from the DashBoard. After clicking the site, the registration form will be opened.
These details will be recorded at IDs of Assistant Commissioners of respective zones and empanelled agencies.
Based on information submitted, these empanelled agencies will conduct a survey and will submit a report to the concerned TVC.
TVC will recommend to issue vending certificates on the fulfillment of all the eligibility conditions/formalities as per the rules.
After recommendations of TVC, the Assistant Commissioner of the respective zones will issue a vending certificate. Applicants will be able to view his/her status of survey on the website after entering his registration number. The move will also help to take forward initiatives of Digital India Programme.