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E-Katha Mobile App & Website Launched At MCC

Online E-Katha services launched in the form of mobile app and website to an already existing paperless process, this service will benefit fellow citizens in providing immediate and quality service at your fingertips.

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E-Khata is an legal and government-certified important document that allows you to pay your property taxes offline as well as online also electronic process that displays all the details and information about the owner of the property.

Steps for filling an e-khata certificate

  • You can visit the official website to file for an E-Khata application form.
  • Enter all the necessary details carefully.
  • Upload and submit all the necessary documents.
  • Submit the application to the BBMP website.
  • Take a print of the application or complete the BBMP Khata extract online download for future purposes.
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