Popularity of Cyber Treasury growing fast in Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL: In Madhya Pradesh, cyber treasury has made the
process of depositing tax quite easy. With this facility in place long queues
before offices for depositing tax, hazards of carrying cash are now things of past.
Now tax can be deposited through cyber treasury 24x7.
These explain the fast growing popularity of cyber
treasury in the state. In the year 2007, when the scheme was launched, only Rs
16-crore was deposited through 24,477 transactions. Now the number of
transactions has gone up to 25,77,903 in the year 2013-14 through which an
amount of Rs 14,233 crore was deposited.
To avail this facility the depositor would have to visit
website mptreasury.org. Then he will select department concerned in which he
has to deposit the money or will select common e-challan. After this he would
enter his name, address, number of department such as registration number,
duration, date, objective, account head and amount. He will give his e-mail ID
in detail on which he would get information about the amount. Then he will
select the bank where he has account. After going on the bank site he will
enter his login password and pay from his account. Immediately after payment
the screen will go back to the cyber treasury site, from where he will get the
A couple of days before, another facility had been added
to the system. With this the challan number of cyber treasury would be
instantly available to those depositing government tax or fee online. They
would not be required to wait for two days for confirmation. The depositor
would be able to have a print of treasury challan number and challan sitting at
home. The print out of can be submitted as challan to concerning departmental
Besides, the depositor would get the prescribed
service within no time. The most important feature of this facility is that
cyber treasury has been linked to common e-challan. Following this public
facilitation centres like MPOnline kiosk can be linked to cyber treasury. The
depositor may deposit the amount at any kiosk.
When the cyber treasury was started only one bank was
linked to it. Now 10 banks - State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of
India, Central Bank of India, Union Bank, Uco Bank, Vijaya Bank, Allahabad
Bank, Axis Bank and ICICI bank are linked.