A CSC initiative associated with DIGITAL INDIA. CSC is a strategic cornerstone of the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), approved by the Government in May 2006, as part of its commitment in the National Common Minimum Programme to introduce e-governance on a massive scale.
Common Services Centers are envisioned as the front-end delivery points for Government, private and social sector services to rural citizens of India. The idea is to develop a platform that can enable Government, private and social sector organizations to integrate their social and commercial goals for the benefit of rural populations in the remotest corners of the country through a combination of IT as well as non-IT services.
The aim of the Scheme is not merely to roll out IT infrastructure but to build a network of 100,000+ rural businesses across India. To that effect, the CSC Scheme has been designed to create a value proposition for all stakeholders and alignment of their economic interests.
The CSC Scheme is envisaged to be a bottom-up model for delivery of content, services, information and knowledge, that can allow like- minded public and private enterprises - through a collaborative framework - to integrate their goals of profit as well as social objectives, into a sustainable business model for achieving rapid socio-economic change in rural India.
Programmes Covered in Digitalisation
1. PMGDISHA (Certification on COMPUTER APPLICATIONS)
2. 7TH ECONOMIC CENSUS
PMGDISHA CERTIFICATION is ”FREE” of Cost.
1. Age limit 14-60.
2. AADHAR linked with Mobile Number.
3. Basic Knowledge of Electronic Devices (Mobiles, PC/MAC etc..,)
INTERESTED CANDIDATES CAN APPLY