DDA site crashes on Day 1 of Housing Scheme 2014

New Delhi: Hours after The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) launched its biggest housing schemes, its site seems to have crashed, crippling the people awaiting to register for the scheme.

DDA’s website has either been too slow or completely inaccessible for users since the scheme for over 25,000 flats opened at 09.30 am on Monday.

This is the error message we got many times — “Server is too busy” or “This webpage is not available”. At times, the site opened, but the brochure detailing the scheme could not be downloaded.

One way to access the brochure is to visit the website of the 13 banks, which have been authorised by the DDA to accept online applications. These banks are Kotak Mahindra Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, Indusland Bank, Union Bank of India, IDBI Bank,

Application forms for the housing scheme can be bought from designated branches of these 13 banks. These banks have also been authorized by the DDA to accept application forms.

Online applicants can pay the registration money of Rs 1 lakh through NEFT, RTGS or net banking, DDA said. The last date of application is October 9, 2014.

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