GHB puts Mukhyamantri Gruh Yojana application forms OnlineAugust 01, 2013
Ahmedabad, 1 August 2013
To provide affordable housing to the poor, low and medium income group people, The Gujarat Housing Board(GHB) has started building houses and our goal is to build 25,000 to 40,000 houses every year, GHB Chairman Jayanti Barot told reporters here today.
Currently, GHB has started constructing 2,132 flats in Surat, Rajkot and Vadodara which are likely to be completed in one-and-a-half year. GHB is building flats in 13-storey complex for low income groups (LIG) and medium income groups (MIG) at Munjka in Rajkot, Tarsali in Vadodara and Ganeshpura in Surat. The flats will be allotted at the cost ranging from Rs 9 lakhs to 19.75 lakhs with the construction area ranging from 681 sq ft to 971 sq ft. Distribution of application forms for GHB houses has started from today and applicants can also file it online.
Gujarat Housing Board was almost defunct for past 14 years but last year before Assembly Elections, when Congress party announced that it would provide affordable houses to every households in these groups in the state as poll promise, the state government had revived GHB and announced its intentions to build houses.
Giving more details on the proposed houses, Barot said as GHB is driven by the ‘no profit, no loss’ philosophy, all flats will be allotted at the actual cost. During the coming months, GHB has planned to build houses in Ahmedabad, Sanand, Mahemdavad, Bharuch, Valsad, Jamnagar and Bhuj on the land which is already in its possession.
According to Barot, Gujarat Housing Board has total 600 acres of land in its possession and till now it has provided 1,76,000 affordable houses to the people of Gujarat and as the government has allotted fund of Rs 85 crore we have decided to give our contribution in furthering Chief Minister’s Housing Scheme so that every family can own its own home.
Online applications are invited for Mukhyamantri Grih Yojana (Gujarat Housing Board)
Application form can be collected online on this link:
LIG, Munjka, Rajkot
LIG, Ganeshpura, Surat
MIG, Ganeshpura, Surat
LIG, Tarsali, Vadodara
MIG, Tarsali, Vadodara
-LIG : Rs. 1,00,000/- to Rs. 2,50,000/- Joint Annual Income.
-MIG : Rs. 2,50,001/- to Rs. 5,00,000/- Joint Annual Income.
-No house or plot should be exist in the name of applicant or any family member in radius of 8 kms of the said scheme.
-Applicant should be an adult on the day of application.
-only one application by each individual will be valid in original application form. Photocopy/duplicate will not be acceptable by board in any circumstance. If Xerox or Duplicate Application will be submitted, all Application of same number including Original will be rejected.(APPLICABLE ONLY FOR PHYSICAL APPLICATION FORM)
-No interest is applicable on this amount of deposit.
-Applicant should compulsory submit Photo ID subsequently along with other documents.
-Applicant should submit Salary Slip (for salaried persons), Certificate of Mamlatdar, Certificate issued by Government authorized Officer or latest I.T Return for others, in absence of any other proof an affidavit about income to be submitted.
-For reserved categories, certificate as mentioned in Brochure (Mahiti Patrika) are to be submitted.
-Authenticated copy of Driving License, Aadhar card, Voter ID(any one) for address proof(address mentioned in this form) to be submitted.
-PAN Card Copy to be submitted if available.
-Copy of Birth Certificate or School Leaving Certificate to be submitted.
-For the purpose of this scheme, “Family” means nuclear family.
-Demand Draft/Pay Order of applicable amount of deposit should be drawn in favour of “Executive Engineer, Gujarat Housing Board, Vadodara/Rajkot/Surat” which ever scheme location is applicable.(APPLICABLE ONLY FOR PHYSICAL APPLICATION FORM)
Click here to have brochure of the scheme
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