Tech Startup eSahayak.io Simplifying Government and Legal Documentations

In the era of digitalization, when everything is virtual, why should one wait in long queues for governmental and legal paperwork.


With the launch of this Chandigarh-based tech startup, eSahayk.io, legal and governmental documentation work has become hassle-free and are ready at our fingertips. The startup eSahayak is a one-stop solution for getting all the government issued paperwork, from driving license, birth certificate, rent agreements to passport applications, NDAs, offer letter, etc. everything is accessible one tap away and is provided under one niche.

About eSahayak.io: Idea and Technology Used

In the post COVID world, when everything is going digital, the government and legal documentation work is still scattered and has not been digitized properly. The founders of eSahayak, Gourav Manchanda and Charanjit Singh, after trying their hands in the IT service sector during their college days and working for companies, providing them tech-based software, were struck with a product development idea in 2019. Later, they brainstormed on one of the tools, that is, documentation and focused on turning it into a viable venture. They established their platform in January 2021 and launched the final eSahayak portal in March 2021. The eSahayak platform is powered with an in-built technology Crove.app, a documentation engine providing customers with templates that can be used for hassle-free paperwork.

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eSahayak brings all the paperwork under one niche and provides a platform for all kinds of legal paperwork.

How eSahayak is easing the documentation process?

Government and legal documents are a complex process, having lots of third-party involvement and eventually creates a hectic environment. It also takes a lot of paperwork and generally the government portals and websites don’t work on smartphones. eSahayak brings all the paperwork under one niche and provides a platform for all kinds of legal paperwork. It also is working towards bringing each and every state in India online and thus providing an easy way out for the people to create their own forms and use it as per their requirements.

The platform has collaborated with CA, CS Firms and Lawyers for online documentation processes and is planning to connect with some offline agents as well who can break down the documentation process to the general public in offline mode too.

Future of These Startups

There are many other websites that are working under the same model but what makes eSahayak different is that it has its own documentation handling in-house technology which provide the users with the real-time status regarding repetitive documents. The startup is also simplifying the paperwork and easing out the way of accessing documents from one’s phone, with a simple form fill-up.

The need of documentation starts from the day of birth. This is one market that will never lose its importance as recorded data in the form of documents is something that is highly important in personal as well as business world. The startup eSahayak make sure that everything, starting from birth certificate to death certificate, all in between documentation process is hassle-free. It aims to become a one-stop platform in India for all kinds of legal documentation.

Vaishali Das
Vaishali Das
Vaishali writes on financial concepts, business-life-cycle, start-ups and entrepreneurship. An alumna of Delhi University she specialises in digital publishing and SEO.

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