Eligibility for applying in DDA scheme is as under –
(i) The applicant must be a citizen of India;
(ii) He should have attained the age of majority i.e. an applicant should have completed 18 years of age as on the date of submitting the application;
(iii) The applicant must not own any dwelling unit (including residential plot)/flat in full or in part on lease hold or freehold basis in Delhi, New Delhi or Delhi Cantonment , either in his/her own name or in the name of his/her spouse or in the name of any of the dependent relations including unmarried children.
(iv) Family means spouse and dependent relations including unmarried children.
(v) Both husband and wife can apply for flats separately subject to fulfillment of eligibility conditions with the stipulations that if both are found to be successful only one shall be allotted a flat.
(vi) One person can submit one application only either in his/her own name or as a joint applicant.
(vii) A person who has already been allotted a plot/house/flat by the DDA or any other land owning agency in Delhi, irrespective of size, shall not be eligible to apply for another flat under the scheme;
(viii) There is no income criterion, except for applicants applying for EWS flats. The applicant can apply according to his/her requirement and affordability;
(ix) The income of applicants applying for EWS flats should not exceed Rs.1 lakh per annum.
(x) The applicant should have an account in any bank and the particulars must be filled in the application form. It is assumed that the bank has followed KYC norms of RBI in respect of such account;
(xi) Applicant must have PAN allotted under the provisions of Income Tax act and the same should be quoted in the application form except when applying for an EWS flat;
(xii) In case of joint application under SC/ST reserved category, the joint applicant should be from the within the Family as defined above;
(xiii) In case of joint application under war widows, persons with disabilities, ex-servicemen reserved categories, the applicant himself/herself should fall within the reserved category and the joint applicant should be from the Family as defined above.