Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) will launch judicial e-Stamp Paper from tomorrow in thirty-six districts of Punjab from scheduled banks.

Training sessions regarding judicial e-Stamp paper concluded today in major districts.

E-Stamping system for Non-Judicial e-Stamp papers is already operational in all 36 districts of the Punjab.

PBIT has asked the Citizens to visit any nearest Bank of Punjab to get the Non-Judicial or Judicial e-Stamp papers after filling requisite challan 32-A form using e-Stamping portal. For the citizen facilitation e-Stamp paper will be issued from all the branches of Bank of Punjab.

Average time to issue e-Stamp paper is 10 to 15 minutes whereas in previous system it was 2 to 3 days.

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