DDA fails to meet the lat­est dead­line for their hous­ing scheme 2014 draw

Accommodation Times - - Delhi - By Staff Re­porter

Delhi De­vel­op­ment Au­thor­ity’s (DDA) hous­ing scheme 2014 lucky draw, had al­ready faced twice de­lay and they again missed their lat­est dead­line of 17th Novem­ber and still they are yet to an­nounce any con­firm date for draw. It seems that the ap­pli­cants have to wait long for the re­sults, as DDA is fac­ing tech­ni­cal is­sues in the process of draw. DDA is car­ry­ing out trial runs of the draw since many days, but are un­able to carry out it suc­cess­fully due to tech­ni­cal is­sues, which are re­sult­ing in to de­lay, hence the au­thor­i­ties were not able to meet the dead­line of 14th Novem­ber and then 17th Novem­ber for an­nounc­ing the draw. Now, the DDA will an­nounce the fi­nal date for draw only after the tech­ni­cal team is ready for the draw. DDA of­fi­cials says, that the trial run and mock draw are be­ing jointly car­ried out by the Sys­tems depart­ment of DDA and a team from C-DAC at the DDA head­quar­ter Vikas Sadan, from where the draw will be an­nounced. “We want a smooth draw and to en­sure that C-DAC team is pro­vid­ing all the re­quired hard­ware to our sys­tem of­fi­cials and work­ing hard for the ex­pected re­sults, but the prob­lem in the forms that were sub­mit­ted by ap­pli­cants is caus­ing an er­ror, which will re­quire time.” Elab­o­rat­ing the is­sues DDA Vice Chair­man Balvin­der Kumar said, “The num­ber of forms re­ceived by DDA is very high they have col­lected to­tal 10, 08,700 ap­pli­ca­tions for the 25,034 flats on of­fer and be­cause of the large num­ber the trail run is con­sum­ing time. The data to be pro­cessed is am­ple. We had de­cided to wrap up the draw within two-three hours, but in­stead it is tak­ing six-seven hours to com­plete the process, as there are so many forms and so many cat­e­gories.” Ear­lier Hous­ing scheme’s ap­pli­ca­tion date was also post­poned, ini­tially it was 9th Oc­to­ber and later it was ex­tended to 15th Oc­to­ber.

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