The Central Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) has relaxed the condition for obtaining an eligibility certificate from the General Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DGIPR) for journalists looking for apartments in its housing estates, an official said on Sunday.
The development authority itself will decide on the eligibility of journalists, he said.
”CIDCO has always honored and supported activities related to journalism. Also this time, under the leadership of the Maharashtra government, CIDCO has eased the eligibility requirements, so that journalists can more easily obtain an apartment under its housing scheme,’ said the managing director and deputy. -President of CIDCO, Dr. Sanjay Mukherjee.
Previously, when applying for an apartment, journalists had to obtain an eligibility certificate from the DGIPR. But as the process was taking time, the issuance of an apartment allocation letter to journalists who were unable to present the eligibility certificate was delayed.
From now on, the CIDCO will decide itself on the eligibility of the candidate journalists selected during the draw.
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