Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, December 19, 2014  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
 
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 50 CSC malls to be set up in Dhamtari District, Chhattisgarh

The success of CSC Mall in Dhamtari District of Chhattisgarh has given reason enough to the State government to replicate the story at 50 more CSCs in the District.

Tara CHOiCE – a CSC Mall in Dhamtari was the first mall in Chhattisgarh. The success of this CSC Mall in Dhamtari District has given reason enough to the State government to replicate the story at 50 more CSCs in the District.

Since it was inaugurated the CSC Mall has done exceedingly well, as it draws over 100 footfalls per day.
Some of the high points of the mall are:

  • AADHAR enrollment completed - 2000 (in one month). The Aadhaar waiting list is till July 2015.
  •   More than 1500 Bank accounts opened through BOB Kiosk banking.
  •   Daily there are above B2C 200-300 transactions (including Passport, Pan card, Electricity, PFRDA, Recharge, etc)
  •  UID ADG visited the center recently. It was suggested that four UID Kits were provided to complete all enrollments before March 2015.
  • UID and EPIC services shall be enabled through all CSCs in Dhamtari and would be delivered only through CSCs as per Distt. Collector’s Instruction.
  • All election services (Form 6, 7, 8 and 8A) through CSCs is going to start on pilot testing soon.








 


  Secretary, DeitY:"MyGov.in now has seven lakh member”.

New Delhi: Speaking at the ET Edge e-Governance forum, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) secretary Sh. RS Sharma said that new government's broader vision was to transform India into a knowledge economy through the Digital India program.

"Without a robust digital infrastructure, it is not possible to deliver e-services while digital empowerment is another key area," said Sh. Sharma, and added that creating an app ecosystem for the e-Governance platform was imperative.

The government is planning to put all Central government staff onto the e-governance platform by March 2015, Sh. Sharma informed and added that they have kicked-off with government's Delhi's employee-base of close to two lakh.

Launched in July by Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi, MyGov.in has seven lakh members today. He said that “The platform allows every citizen to participate in governance. The government is also redesigning mission-mode projects (MMP) so as to make them efficient.”

The existing National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) comprises of more than 30 mission-mode projects, which were further classified as state, Central or integrated projects.

Digital identity is an empowering tool and it can be leveraged in many areas. If a mobile device is connected with digital identity, it would empower citizens immensely, Sharma added.

The National Institute of Smart Governance (NISG) and the Maharashtra state government has undertaken a pilot to digitize certificates.

The ambitious Digital India initiative is worth Rs. 1.13 lakh crore.

Source: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com