Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, May 24, 2019  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
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  VLE Makes life convenient for people with the access of his CSC centre in Jharkhand


Balliullah Ansari



Taljhari in Sahibganj District was untouched by the information technology (IT) wave before CSC was set up. Balliulla Ansari’s motive of making internet connectivity accessible to his village from 2012 has been a stepping stone in his area. Previously he had to travel to towns or cities for processing the application and other services which used to be a tedious chore.

Many a times, he contacted with Internet services provider for 3G connection but finally in May 2015 by the help of RAILTEL he got the chance to provide internet connectivity in his village.

Through his CSC he has over the years helped more than 10,000 people in his village and nearby area. Prior to that, people had to walk miles to access basic internet connectivity or other services. His CSC centre has not only brought convenience to the lives of these villagers but also helped him bring home a fairly good monthly income of up to Rs 20,000 to 30,000.

Through his CSC, Bailulla provides number of services like printing of ID cards & wedding cards, lamination, designing, scanning & printing of documents. Various job forms too are available through his CSC Centre.

Balliual also enrolls school students under NDLM for computer learning through his CSC. Due to his dedication, CSC SPV and Department of Information Technology, Government of India had honoured him. Balliualla is one of the top 25 top performing VLEs from Jharkhand.


  VLE changing outlook on Digital India in her locality


Ganga Onkarappa





Ganga Onkarappa hails fromKarnataka, with her work station based in Bangalore. She is a Masters degree holder in Social Work (MSW). Having taken up the task as CSC-VLE under the CSC e-Governance sponsored project during 2016, have set up CSC Center in Thanisandrra, Bangalore.

She is grateful that she got an opportunity to work on CSC and works on services like – Pan, Aadhaar, Passport, Jeevan Praman, Pradama Mantri Awas Yojan, Insurance Service’s, Education Programs on usage of dgital media, NDLM, PMG-Disha and Digital Financial Inclusion and Travel – Train, Bus, Flight ticket booking Etc.

The local community has given her due recognition .Many local folks approach her to know the govt. sponsored programmes and opportunities for them to avail the benefits.

She has trained more than 4000 beneficiaries as a computer literate under digital literacy and covered more than 85000 people sensitizing and making aware about need & role of every Indian citizen in adopting to the changing scenario in the digital world. In this direction, she has conducted many programs, workshops in schools, colleges, police & other govt. departments, private companies, entrepreneurs and public in and around Bangalore urban district.

Apart from these, she has also conducted programmes on special Digital Financial Inclusion Jagruti for Bangalore rural district. Adopted 4 villages of "Allurudoddanahalli" Gramapanchayath, namely Doddanahalli, Allur, Sunghatta and Bannimangala (Devanahalli taluk, Bangalore rural district)to make cashless village. It was 5 days "Cashless transaction Jagrati programs" in these villages by mobilising School children JATA's (movement) with banners carrying slogans.


  VLE in Assam promoting government services through CSC


Anindita’s Debroy Kalita





Anindita Debroy Kalita’s story is one of triumph in the face of adversity.She is a post-graduate in Ecology and Environmental Sciences from Assam University and has pursued a fellowship programme in Social Entrepreneurship from Deshpande Foundation, Karnataka. She has also secured a diploma in Computers from APTECH.

Anindita started her career as a Junior Fellow at the National Innovation Foundation in Ahmedabad, scouting and documenting grassroots innovations from various parts of north-eastern India. Later on, she joined a micro-finance institution in Guwahati, working as a training coordinator and providing entrepreneurial training to people who were into small business. Motivated by these small business owners, she pursued Social Entrepreneurship programme at Deshpande Foundation. This training changed her mindset and she decided to start her own venture.

Anindita was introduced to the CSC scheme by a fellow Banking Correspondent who briefed her on all the benefits of opening a CSC. She has been working as a VLE since 2015, providing all G2C and B2C services in her locality. Today, Anindita’s CSC stands tall as a CSC providing complete list of services under one roof.

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