DDA Housing Scheme

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The Delhi Development Authority introduced a special housing programme on December 23, 2021, with 18,335 units available for sale at reduced costs in Jasola, Dwarka, Rohini, and Narela. These DDA flats, which were largely ancient Delhi flats that had not been sold in previous schemes, fell into several categories, including Higher Income Group (HIG), Middle Income Group (MIG), Lower Income Group (LIG), and Janta flats. According to organisers, the lottery would most likely be held in February 2022, and applicants can apply until February 7, 2022.

The application deadline was March 10, 2022. Previously, the deadline for submitting applications was February 7, 2022. Given the current third wave of the COVID-19 epidemic, the authorities extended the deadline due to public demand. So far, over 16,000 applications have been received under the initiative. They can register on the DDA’s official website and view the information online.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
  • The applicant must not hold any residential unit or plot greater than 67 square metres in the metropolitan areas of Delhi, New Delhi, or Delhi Cantonment, in his/her own name or in the name of his/her spouse or dependant family, including unmarried children.
  • A candidate may only submit one application.
  • A husband and wife can apply separately for the plan, but if both are chosen in the draw, only one of them will be able to keep the flat.
  • If an applicant wishes to apply in more than one category, the application fee for the higher category must be paid.

How to Apply?

  • Go to the DDA e-services platform and select DDA Housing Scheme 2021.
  • Select Registration. You will be led to a new page where you must register yourself by providing information such as your PAN, Aadhaar Card number, mobile number, and so on. For confirmation, an OTP will be given to your mobile number.
  • Once you’ve registered, you’ll need to log in again using your PAN. Every time you log in, an OTP will be issued to your mobile number.
  • After successfully logging in, the application form screen will be displayed, along with the following alternatives. All options are available on the website’s left-side menu.

DDA Programs: To choose a scheme and complete the application form.

  • Fill out the application form with your personal information, bank information, address information, joint applicant information, and category and geographical options.
  • Include a scanned version of the applicant’s and joint applicant’s photograph and signature (if any).
  • There is a declaration for the applicant at the bottom of the page. Applicants are recommended to carefully read the declaration’s contents.
  • Click on the declaration check box to choose it, and then submit the application form in save draught / submit mode.
  • The applicant must pay the registration fee via net banking or NEFT/RTGS. The payment method option is available on the following screen and will be shown when you submit the final form.
  • The payment link is also available under the ‘Awas Application’ link on the left side menu.
  • After selecting the bank name and payment method, the E-challan will be presented on the next screen, along with the application form number, amount, and the ‘Continue’ button to make payment. To finish the process, the applicant must make the payment. There is also an option to print out the E-challan.
  • If the applicant chooses the NEFT/RTGS option, he or she must choose a bank to generate the challan and then submit it. The challan will be shown on the next screen. Take a printout of the online challan and deposit the registration fee.
  • If the applicant chooses the ‘net banking’ option, he or she must choose a bank and make payment online on the respective bank’s website.
  • Once the payment is complete, print the ‘Acknowledgement Slip.’ You may view your acknowledgement slip under the ‘My Payment’ tab.

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