Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, March 17, 2015  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
 CSCs get great response in Theni, Tamil Nadu

After inspecting the functioning of the centre in Uthamapalayam, Collector N. Venkatachalam said CSC had been acting as a one-stop solution to the need for certificates required from State government offices.

March 16: Common Service Centres are receiving a good response from the public in the district as they have cleared 380 petitions in a short period. After inspecting the functioning of a centre in Uthamapalayam on Saturday, Collector N. Venkatachalam said Common Service Centres had been acting as one-stop solution to the need for certificates required from State government offices.

Without wasting time and money, the public could collect all certificates issued by the Tahsildars from the nearest centre. A total of 127 petitions had been cleared at the centre in Theni, 52 in Periyakulam, 58 in Andipatti, 37 in Uthamaplayam, and 106 in Bodinayakkanur taluks so far.

These centres had speeded up processing of applications and taken many schemes to the doorstep of the common man. The applicants could submit applications for various certificates in the CSC nearest to their village and the official manning the centre would forward it to the village administrative officer concerned for verification.

After verification, the VAO would forward it to the Revenue Inspector and later send it to the taluk office. On acceptance of application, the taluk office would send an SMS to the applicants about the date of issue of required certificates. On that day, the applicants could receive the certificates from the centre concerned, he added.

Applicants could apply for income, community, nativity, deserted women, first generation graduate, Chief Minister’s Girl Child Protection Scheme, marriage assistance scheme and inter-caste marriage assistance scheme, poor widow’s daughters and widow remarriage assistance schemes.

The public could also pay electricity charges, motor insurance and LIC premiums, get IRCTC services and national pension scheme benefits, voter’s ID cards, chitta and adangal details, no-encumbrance certificate, police clearance certificate, and register farmers’ names for central schemes, apply for PAN card and passport and take printout of Aadhar cards at the centres.

Revenue officials said the public could also use this service for mobile phone and data recharge and booking bus tickets by paying a nominal service charge. The State government had directed petitioners to apply only through online to avail themselves of benefits of several government schemes from March 1.

Source: http://www.thehindu.com


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