UP Sheba: Orangebd has developed the Union Parishad Seva (UPSheba) software, which is the first of its kind in Bangladesh, to bring the civic services provided by the Union Parishad to the people at the behest of the Government of Bangladesh in building “Digital Bangladesh”. Our main objective is to facilitate access to the civic services provided by the Union Parishad from any part of the world at home. We believe that our initiative and efforts will go one step further to digitalize the grassroots of Bangladesh. Using the Union Parishad Service (UPSHEBA) software, anyone in the world can apply online in a very short period of time to obtain their desired service certificate with an accurate national identity card or birth certificate. The Honorable Chairman of the Union Parishad or the officer in charge can then verify the application through the online dashboard designated for him and issue the certificate through the digital signature of the Chairman. There is also an opportunity to apply for a certificate from the local Union Digital Center through our software. The applicant will receive an SMS alert along with the certificate issue and the issued certificate can be downloaded and used by the citizen at any time from his / her own profile. . The digital certificate contains a secure QR Code through which the certificate can be verified. So making fake certificates is 100% risk free.
Paurasheba: The PAURASHEBA platform has been designed to facilitate the citizens of the municipality. Using this system citizens can easily apply for their desired certificates from both home or from the PDC. NID and BRN verification ensures their identity. All the mandatory and non-editable data comes from the National Data Center directly after every registration. That is why the certificate remains correct and verified. After a successful submission, the request goes to the Councilor panel; if the Councilor approves the application, the request is then sent to the mayor dashboard. The mayor can approve or decline the request. If the mayor approves the request, an auto-generated SMS is then sent by the citizen to collect the applied certificate. The certificate contains all the related information along with the printing date and a QR code for further verification. All the users of a municipality authority can check the transaction history and monthly charge record.