Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, September 20, 2018  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world

  Success story of VLE Rakesh Kumar Hawaldar

Name: Rakesh Kumar Hawaldar  
Location: Dantra Bada village, Kotri, Bhilwara, Rajasthan
VLE Rakesh Kumar Hawaldar hails from the marginalised community and completed his schooling till 11th standard.  Rakesh set up his CSC two years back in Dantra Bada Gram Panchayat, Rajasthan. As a VLE, he is passionately ensuring that citizens of district Bhilwara feel happy and satisfied with the work of his CSC centre. CSC has transformed the lives of villagers in Dantra Bada as they can get all G2C and B2C services at their doorsteps without interacting with the Government offices.  VLE Rakesh is also providing banking service through Digi Pay and he has disbursed Rs. 100,000 in a month among farmers, pensioners and others.

Rakesh has also started digital literacy training through PMGDISHA and also provides coaching for competitive exams through Sarkari Pariksha. So far, around 101 students have completed the PMGDISHA training and have been equipped to do online transactions through BHIM App. Rakesh says, “I have an identity in Dantra Bada due to my work in CSC. The citizens are now aware of Digital India ecosystem and are able to use technology in their day to day life. My CSC has become a tool of digital empowerment in my village.”


  Success story of VLE Pushpa Kumari from Malsisar village, Churu, Rajasthan

Name: Pushpa Kumari
Location: Malsisar village, Sujangarh, Churu district, Rajasthan
Divyang VLE Pushpa Kumari runs her CSC centre in Malsisar Gram Panchayat, located in Churu district of Rajasthan. With a great passion and determination towards life, VLE Pushpa has been actively providing B2C and G2C services through her CSC since last three years.  

Under PMGDISHA, Pushpa along with her husband Shri Bhagirath Gehlot, who is also a person with disability, is imparting guidance to the villagers, especially persons with disability and women beneficiaries from the marginalized communities. She says: “My husband motivated me a lot to join CSC as a medium for the digital empowerment of our community in Sujangarh.”

Her primary focus is to create awareness for the use of digital technologies for the marginalized people in her area through CSC. Pushpa says, "CSC is changing the life of backward people in Churu. CSC has become a vehicle for empowerment and mass movement in my Gram Panchayat Malsisar. We are trying to change the mindset of people regarding digital technologies.” Pushpa’s skill in entrepreneurship is a wonderful example of a women entrepreneur in rural India who is a change maker in Digital India mission.

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