Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, October 29, 2019  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world

  Young graduate aims to empower minority with PMGDISHA

After completing his graduation, Harshal Gajbhiye didn’t leave his native to seek a prospective job in the urban areas. Instead, he opted to stay in Mundipaar village in Gondia district for uplifting the minority community.

After a series of brainstorming, he found that digital literacy can empower the minority class in the village and he started working in the direction to make them digitally literate. As per the suggestions from his friends, he registered a common service centre in order to introduce Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan in the village.

He registered and trained members from the minority community. He primarily focussed on making the women-population digitally literate which will eventually make the whole village learn about the digital tools and devices.

He started various batches and also conducted PMGDISHA training programmes in the schools in the locality. The students stayed back for the training programme after the routine school classes and acquired knowledge about different aspects of the digital platforms.

Harshal has completed the training and certification of 250 candidates and majority of his beneficiaries come from minority community. VLE said that most of the students have enrolled for advanced courses after getting certified under PMGDISHA.


  Tele Law awareness camp at Jahageerpur Gram Panchyat, Lucknow

Tele law campaign organized at Jahageerpur Gram Panchyat, Block-Gosaiganj, Lucknow. This initiative was done with the help of U.P. State Legal Services Authority (UPSLSA), CSC officials, VLEs and other government officials of Uttar Pradesh.

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