New Passport Issuance System
In September 2007, the Indian Union cabinet approved a new passport issuance system under a project called Passport Seva Project. As per the project, front-end activities of passport issuance, dispatch of passports, online linking with police, Central Printing Unit for centralised printing of passports will be put in place. The new system is aimed at a 'timely, transparent, more accessible and reliable manner' for passport issuance. But this system having some issue. Currently there are 37 Regional passport office in short RPO is running in India. The issues is getting a passport appointment online. Many people are facing problems due to not getting appointment.
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