Digambar Kamat will launch the e-Services

The Goa Tourism is all set to go on-line for its tourist trade licences related services from Friday.

Chief Minister Digambar Kamat will launch the online e-Services of Tourism Department at 5 p.m. in the seminar hall, Secretariat, Porvorim, north Goa.

The online services are — application for Registration of new hotel or guest house or renewal of existing hotel or guest house, service charges Rs. 40, document delivery in 21 working days, supporting documents between 5 and 12 attachments.

Application for registration of new travel agency and tour operator or renewal of existing travel agency and tour operator, service charges Rs. 40, document delivery in 21 working days, supporting documents between 5 and 12 attachments.

Application for registration of new tourist taxi or renewal of existing tourist taxi, service charges Rs. 20, and document delivery in 10 working days, supporting documents up to four attachments.

Application for registration of new water sports activities or renewal of existing water sports activities, service charges Rs. 40, document delivery in 10 working days, supporting documents between 5 and 12 attachments.

The citizens may access the e-services through the Lok Seva Kendras (LSKs) or Citizens' Service Centres (CSCs) or by logging onto the State Portal website www.eservices.goa.gov.in.

The service/transaction fees mentioned above are for availing the services through the LSKs or CSCs.

The e-services will help the citizens send their applications online and get a confirmation through SMS that their applications have been received by the department.

The citizens would periodically get an SMS message regarding the status of their application or they may check the status of their applications by logging onto the portal.

The citizens also get their applications processed within the time limit set for each of the e-Services.


  • Petitioners to get acknowledgement by SMS
  • Document delivery between 10 and 21 days

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