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Welcome To Vijayapur City Corporation
24x7 Hours Help Line Service - Dial 08352-222474
Register your Complaints( DK DC Portal)
BIRTH AND DEATH SECTION : Birth and Death online records 1990 to till today are availble . Citizen are requested to make use of this facility.
PUBLIC GRIVENCE CELL : Citizens can register their comlplaints in PGR Section by phone 08352-222474 or Directly at PGR section or by Online
Computerisation : Properties within BIJAPUR City Corporation limits have been identified & details have been collected & Computerisation of records is under progress. Citizens can avail this facility to pay property tax shortly. Birth & Death records are available online from the year 1998. Citizens can make use of this facility to register & obtain Birth & Death Certificates.
Bijapur is one of 57 Karnataka cities in the Nirmala Nagara - Municipal eGovernance project. On Aug 15th 2005 each of the 57 cities will get a comprehensive website as well as the Public Grievance & Redressal module. Other important modules to be launched by June 2006 are Property Tax, Financial Accounting GIS Mapping, Birth & Death Certification, and Ward Works. There was lot of scope for agriculture in the district before submergence due to submergence. Bijapur was very famous for its cotton crop. Agriculture is the main occupation. Jawar, cotton, sugar cane, ground nut, bajra, wheat are the main crops.Textile Industry is widespread in almost all the talukas of the district. 'Ilkal sarees' of Ilkal, cotton sarees of Rabkavi-Banahtti, 'Khana' (Blouse Piece) of Guledagudda are well known. Government of Karnataka started Handloom Development Corporation (KHDC) in Banahatti town.
The “Navanagar” which is four times bigger than Bijapur, is developed on the model designed by Mr. Charles Corea, the renowned architect and town planner on the basis of Indian Vastushastra. It is equipped with all modern facilities and civil amenities, which has a capacity to accommodate about 2 lakh people, keeping in mind the development in the next 100 years.
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