Paying Electricity Bills may be one of the hardest tasks you have to go through every month. Jammu and Kashmir Power Development Department accepts bill payments via respective J&K Bank Business Units through cash or Cheque. However, due to high number of consumers allotted per branch, it constrains customers to visit branches and sit in long queues, a total waste of time and energy.
Better late than never, Jammu and Kashmir Bank now accepts bill payments via its ebanking portal. If you are a customer of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, availing their ebanking service, the life may get easier for you. You don’t need to visit the bank anymore. You can pay bills lying in your couches, 24×7. If you are not an ebanking customer yet, you can activate the service at any branch of the bank. Click here to download eBanking Application Form.
Eight Sub Divisions of PDD of Kashmir Province viz Zakura, Nishat, Zainakote, Khanyar, Bhagat Barzalla, Chadura, Hawal and Rainawari while five Sub Divisions of PDD of Jammu Province viz Parade-1, Parade-2, Parade-3, Canal and Gandhi Nagar were enabled for the use of consumers of PDD, J&K State but they have rolled out the service for all substations now. The service is available only to e-banking users of J&K Bank.
For availing the service, the process to be followed by PDD consumers is as follows:
• For receiving the bills from PDD (J&K), eBanking User_id has to “Register” the concerned PDD consumer_id, which shall be a one time activity.In order to register,an e-banking user, after logging on , shall proceed as under:
- Click on the Bills option
- Click on the Bill Presentment sub-option
- Click on the option Register
- Select biller as PDD , JAMMU AND KASHMIR.
- CLICK Submit
After selecting the Biller, an option to enter the required fields like Consumer_id will be provided. Subsequently, the terms and conditions must be accepted. This will complete the process of registering a new consumer_id and a confirmation message of the same will be displayed.
After successful registration, the data of the consumer shall be updated in the PDD database available with the Bank and his particular record shall be earmarked for payment through e-Banking.
An e-Banking user can register more than one Consumer id .However, one Consumer id can be registered by one eBanking user only. Another eBanking user can register an already registered Consumer id only once the previous eBanking user has de-registered the Consumer id.
To modify payment options for an already existing Payee or to delete a payee, an e-banking user needs to go to Bill Presentment sub-option and click on Nick Name.
To pay a bill, it must first be acknowledged, and then paid. The following details about the Presented Bills will be provided in Bill Presentment sub-option:
o Pending Payments
o Payments Made
o Rejected Bills
Search on Pending Payments will display all the unpaid bills or bills awaiting acceptance which can subsequently be paid by the consumer.
After a bill is paid, it is available in Payments Made list, available in Bill Presentment sub-option.
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