Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, April 8, 2016  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
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 CSCs to observe Ambedkar Jayanti

Ambedkar Jayanti is observed on April 14 to commemorate the birthday of Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, whose contributions as a jurist, philosopher, politician, economist and historian has been exemplary.

Baba Saheb dedicated his life for uplifting the deprived sections of the society and actively campaigned to spread equality.

As a homage to the great leader, let us all pledge to work together to empower all sections of the society. VLEs are requested to mark Ambedkar Jayanti by organizing events like competitions in schools and educational institutes, special awareness drives on digital literacy, health, financial inclusion, telemedicine, ligal literacy etc.


 17,800 CSCs pan India show interest in delivering IRCTC services

IRCTC services are becoming popular with VLEs across India with as many as 17,800 CSCs showing interest in delivering various IRCTC related services. Everyday approximately 50 VLEs register with CSC SPV to become an IRCTC agent.

IRCTC agent code is generated by CSC SPV for its VLEs pan India in 7 days.

To receive the Agent Code, VLEs are requested to register with a unique Mobile and Email ID. 

To register for the Code, use the following link: . VLEs can also register from Apna CSC portal.

 VLEs are advised to HURRY UP registration as Agent Code is Limited !!!


  Use the link below to check if you are an active IRCTC agent

VLEs who have registered with us to become an IRCTC agent have received their Agent Code.

CLICK on the LINK below to check your Agent Code.
Active IRCTC Agents

VLEs are requested to activate the Code at the earliest and start delivering various IRCTC services to citizens pan India.


  CSC 2.0 workshops in Palamu and Latehar, Jharkhand

District-level workshops on CSC 2.0 Scheme were held in Palamu and Latehar districts of Jharkhand.

In Palamu district, the workshop was conducted from March 30- April 1, 2016. As many as 205 VLEs attended the sessions in the district. The workshop was inaugurated by AC, Sh. Mohit Mukti Manjar. SDO Sadar, Sh. Arun Kumar Ekka, SDO Hussainabad, Sh. Surjit Singh, DIO, Sh. Ranveer Singh, BDOs, COs, EDM, CSC and AID officials attended the programme.

In Latehar, the workshop was conducted from April 1-3 and the sessions were attended by 92 VLEs from the district. The workshop was inaugurated by DDC of Latehar, Sh. Shakeel Jabbar, and the chief guest was Joint Director of SKIPA, Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh. The workshop was attended by the BDOs, COs, EDM from the district as well as CSC and AID officials.

In the inaugural session, VLEs were apprised of the goals of Digital India initiative, various central and state governments’ online services and CSC scheme.  The VLEs were requested to shift to the Panchayat building for better connectivity.

CSC movie ‘Bharat ko Badalne Wale’ was also played on the occasion.

Presentations were also made on the CSC ecosystem and various current and upcoming services including CSC 2.0 scheme, Service Plus, Financial Inclusion, Education and digital literacy schemes, UID, Apna Dhan, Pan through NSDL, Passport, Telemedicine, electricity bill, etc. Training was also provided on entrepreneurship skills for the VLEs.

After the completion of training, a test was also conducted among the VLEs present on the occasion. The workshop was jointly organized by CSC SPV, SKIPA, JAPIT and DeGS of Palamu and Latehar.

Workshop in Palamu

Workshop in Latehar

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