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Fire NOC Module Specs

Overview

What is a No Objection Certificate (NoC)? No Objection Certificate, popularly abbreviated as NOC, is a type of legal certificate issued by any agency, organization, institute or, in certain cases, an individual. It does not object to the covenants of the certificate. The certification is a requirement at most government-based departments predominantly from the Indian subcontinent.
In India, there are different NoC documents that are issued by ULB, state or national level departments/organizations. Some of the NoC are listed below:
Why NoC? Value Proposition
Citizens
  • Save time and effort in visiting ULB to apply
  • Better interaction with ULB employees
  • Avoid inconvenience in the current manual process
State
  • Better citizen experience
  • Improve EoDB index
ULB Leadership
  • Transparency - review employee performance
  • Tighter control on the process
Field Employee
  • Worklist based prioritization of tasks

Actors

Citizen

Citizens who are constructing a house or need a NOC for cracker trade or need NOC for setting up a shop in ULB grounds during the festive season and for many other reasons will apply for a fire no-objection certificate to the designated department and authorities.

Clerk

A Clerk is an employee in a department whose job is to first level scrutiny of any application that is reaching ULB. He/She verifies the application checks for correctness and has the authority to ask for more information or forward to the next officer in a hierarchy or reject citing the reasons for rejection.

Field Inspector

The Field inspector is responsible for inspecting the site where the construction or business or exhibition is supposed to happen. Validate the application and verify the by-laws. He / She has the authority to ask the applicant to make some modifications to comply with the rules or forward to the next officer in the hierarchy or reject citing the reasons for rejection.

Fire Officer

The fire officer is responsible for issuing the NOC considering the recommendation of the Field inspector and the clerk. He/She can issue a NOC or reject the applications citing the reasons for rejection.

Interaction Diagram

Process Flow Diagram

Ontology

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Overview
Actors
Citizen
Clerk
Field Inspector
Fire Officer
Interaction Diagram
Process Flow Diagram
Ontology
Fire NOC Service Entity Details