Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, April 24, 2015  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
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 Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Siemens redefine skill development through CSCs

An innovative Assistant Motorcycle Mechanic Course was introduced through CSCs, with the signing of a tripartite agreement between Hero MotoCorp Ltd, Siemens, and CSC SPV today. Post the completion of the course, Hero MotoCorp Ltd will provide on the job training at their authorised workshops across the country.

New Delhi, April 24: Hero MotoCorp Ltd, Siemens Industry Software India and CSC e-Governance Services India Limited have signed a Tripartite Agreement today (24th of April, 2015) to introduce the Assistant Motorcycle Mechanic Course (AMMC) for the youth in rural areas.

The Course is first of its kind, which not only helps people gain skills but also get an opportunity of working at Authorised Hero MotoCorp Ltd Workshops across the country. Based on their competency, the candidate on the completion of the course will also stand a chance to be absorbed by Hero MotoCorp Ltd.

Siemens has developed the content of the Course, which has approval from the Automotive Sector Skill Council (ASDC). The course will be disseminated via Computer Based Training (CBT) at the identified CSCs. The applicants will undergo a one month CBT programme. Currently, the content for this will be available in both English and Hindi. The content consists of 19 modules.

After successful completion of the Course, Hero MotoCorp Ltd will provide On Job Training through their authorized workshops. From Hero MotoCorp Ltd, Mr. Vijay Sethi, Vice President - Information Systems, Chief Information Officer and Head CSR, said: "We are happy to be a part of this alliance. We assure complete support to CSCs and Siemens to take this initiative forward and offer many more updates on the AMMC course launched. This will truly be a value proposition of a different kind for rural India.” He added: “There is a huge demand for talented motorcycle mechanics which makes us positive about the shape this story will take with over 1.44 lakh CSCs across the country on the front end." 

The Assistant Motor Mechanic will focus on making a beginner aware about the mechanical design of a two-wheeler. The benefits of the course are that the course will introduce the learner to fundamental skills and concepts required to repair a two wheeler (Motor Cycle).

This course will enable a candidate to detect and rectify the fault in leading Motorcycle types. The candidate post successful completion of the course will be able to perform routine servicing of a motorcycle which includes – preventive maintenance, repair and replacing of defective parts.

Mr. Suman Bose, MD and CEO, Siemens Industry Software India Siemens said: “This is a great opportunity for us to create employment for youth residing in the rural India through the Common Services Centers. I have personally visited a lot of CSCs that are doing wonderful work. CSCs hold the key to penetrate into rural India. Hero MotoCorp Ltd is our privileged customer and we value the support provided for creating employment post the completion of course. I am confident that our association with CSCs and Hero MotoCorp Ltd will be a stepping stone to becoming the skill capital of the world.” 

Sharing the expansion plans for the Motorcycle Course, Siemens Mr. Bose said, “We will not just do the basic level, but also go for intermediary and advanced levels. We will also go for other vocational services. At present while the course has been launched in English and Hindi, we can rapidly translate into many Indian languages.”  

At the signing ceremony, Dr. Dinesh K Tyagi, CEO, CSC SPV pointed out: "Our objective is to create entrepreneurship in rural India. This is the first time in India that an agreement of this kind has been signed. The skill story through CSCs was missing so far. We always believed that in rural India skills need, of a different kind was required, and this agreement has now filled the gap. We are happy to tie up with Siemens and Hero MotoCorp Ltd to take this forward."    

About CSC Scheme
The Common Service Center (CSC) Scheme is being implemented under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) of Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Government of India. The CSCs are ICT enabled front end service delivery points at the village level enabling delivery of Government, Financial, Social and Private Sector services in the areas of agriculture, health, education, entertainment, FMCG products, banking, insurance, pension, utility payments, etc. Over 1.44 lakh CSCs have been set up across the country till date.  

About CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd 
To facilitate the successful implementation of the CSC Scheme, a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) named “CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd” has been incorporated by Government of India.

About Hero MotoCorp Ltd
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (Formerly Hero Honda Motors Ltd.) is the world's largest manufacturer of two - wheelers, based in India. In 2001, the company achieved the coveted position of being the largest two-wheeler manufacturing company in India and also, the 'World No.1' two-wheeler company in terms of unit volume sales in a calendar year. Hero MotoCorp Ltd. continues to maintain this position till date.

About Siemens Industry Software India
Siemens PLM Software is a leading global provider ofproduct lifecycle management (PLM) and manufacturing operations management (MOM) software. Our Smart Innovation Portfolio helps manufacturers optimize their Digital Enterprise and realize innovation.


 Advanced Search Option to help VLEs avoid duplications under UID service

The Advanced search option is a tool incorporated in the Aadhaar Enrolment Client through which a resident can get his/her copy of E-Aadhaar generated. This helps in cases where the resident who hasn’t received copy of Aadhaar or has lost it.

This tool serves four types of category of residents mentioned below:

  1. If EID/ENO/UID any one of these are known: Here a resident by his/her EID/ENO can get the E-Aadhaar generated. If the resident has lost his Aadhaar copy but still remember his/her Aadhaar number, then by the Aadhaar number the resident can get the copy of his/her E-Aadhaar. The resident also needs to give his/her biometric (only fingerprint) authentication.

  2. If EID/ENO/UID is not known: Here a resident by giving his/her Demographic Details, as given during the time of enrolment, could get the E-Aadhaar generated. The resident also needs to give his/her biometric (only fingerprint) authentication.

  3. A resident can also generate his/her E-Aadhaar on behalf of some other resident (Relative etc.): Here the relative or the person coming on behalf needs to give his own UID and his and biometric (only fingerprint) and the UID of the resident on whose behalf he/she has come.

  4. Multiple enrolments by resident: If resident has enrolled multiple times then multiple EIDs will exist. However, E-Aadhaar will be generated corresponding to only one of the EIDs as rest will be marked as duplicate. Resident can provide any of the EIDs corresponding to multiple enrolments and if Aadhaar is generated for any of the EIDs, then also system will download the E-Aadhaar.

Click here to read the process for E-Aadhaar Download from Enrolment Client.

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