How to Pay Electricity Bill Online in Chandigarh

Method of Online Payment of Electricity¬†bill saves your precious time. In earlier days, you had to stand in long queue at billing counter of Electricity Board for depositing electricity bill. But inclusion of modern technology has changed older scenario. Today there is no need to run at Electricity Board Office for getting monthly consumed electricity bill then after paying dues as well. In earlier article, I have discussed method of ‘Online Payment of Electricity Bill in Uttar Pradesh‘ and the particular article will guide you to know the method of ‘Online Payment of Electricity Bill in Chandigarh.

  • Log on to Chandigarh Administration websites. To access Chandigarh Administration Websites Click Here

chandigarh electricity bill webpage

  • After then click on Pay Electricity / Water Bills, under How do I? tab.
  • Register yourself on the website by creating user name and password.

user login chandigarh electricity bill

  • This act will enable you to view many more options as: Pay Your Bill, Check Electricity / Water Payment, Traffic challan Payment etc
  • Click on to Pay Your Bill.

pay your bill chandigarh

  • Now enter Consumer Account Number and choose option of Debit Card / Credit Card.
Note: – Consumer having Debit or Credit Card of Axis Bank may have only authority to make Online Electricity Payment in Chandigarh. Axis Bank Net banking called ‘IConnect’ is also supportive to make online electricity bill payment in Chandigarh.
If you have query related to electricity bill payment in Chandigarh you can contact to email id seelo@chd.nic.in
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4 thoughts on “How to Pay Electricity Bill Online in Chandigarh

  1. but it is now charging rupees 5 for a single transaction online which was free earlier

  2. my account id is 13 digits. but the site allows only 10 characters???

  3. Devanshu Chaudhari says:

    You can pay through chandigarh.gov.in only if you have an Axis Bank account else end up paying 2.34% extra in service charges paying through a Master/Visa credit card. I do not have an Axis bank account and when I tried to pay through a credit card the payment page showed me that I will have to pay about Rs.355 extra as 'convenience charges'. Its pathetic that the the gov. site only favours Axis Bank customers to pay without any extra charges and somebody having an ICICI or an SBI account has to go and stand in queue for bill payment. There is a serious need to have more options as far as number of bank gateways are concerned, you cannot expect everybody to have an Axis account! Anybody listening?

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