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Launch of CSC Rural Outreach Programme

December 16, 2016

Outreach Update - Jan sewa kendra, Amargarh, Bulan


Outreach Update - Jan sewa kendra, Khithwari, Meeruth, Up


Outreach Update - Jan sewa kendra, Mandi, MZN, UP



Outreach Update - Akshaya e-Center Chemmad Village, Malappuram District, Kerala.



Outreach Update - Akshaya e- Center Edappal Village, Malappuram District. Kerala.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e-Center Ponnani Village, Malappuram Disrtict, Kerala.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Edathiruthy, Nadathara and Pudukkad Village Thrissur District, Kerala.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Malampuzha Village, Palakkad District. Kerala.





Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra Dhogota Mathura, UP.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Palakkad Urban, Dist. Palakkad, Kerala.



Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Ottapalam Urban, Thrissur District, Kerala.



Outreach Update - Pragya Kendra, Rajnagar, Bana, Seraikela, Jharkhand.



Outreach Update - Pragya Kendra, Regurdi, Seraikela, Jharkhand.




Outreach Update - Pragya Kendra, Kandra, Seraikela, Jharkhand.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Kadampazhipuram Village , Shreekrishnapuram Block, Palakkad Dist. Kerala.




Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Pananchery Village, Ollukkara Block, Thrissure Dist. Kerala.





Outreach Update - Akshaya e Center Avinissery Village Cherpu Block Thrissure Dist. North Kerla




Outreach Update - Dakhin Kalamchera, Dist. Sepahijala, Tripura




Outreach Update - Veluachar, Dist. Sepahijala, Tripura




Outreach Update - Pragya Kendra,Lachargarh,Simdega,Jharkhand.



Outreach Update - Pragya Kendra, Nawatoli, Simdega, Jharkhand.



Outreach Update - Village, Gajaria, Dist, West Tripura




Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra Shahjahanpur, UP




Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra,Simrai,Shahjahanpur,UP




Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra Sindhauli, Shahjahanpur UP




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Koipuram, District - Pathanamthitta, Kerala




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Koipuram, District - Pathanamthitta, Kerala




Outreach Update - Maharshtra










Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Pandalam Thekkekkara, District - Pathanamthitta, Kerala




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Adoor, District - Pathanamthitta, Kerala




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Pathanapuram, District - Kollam, Kerala




Outreach Update - Nagpur - MH




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Punalur, District - Kollam, Kerala




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Karavaloor, District - Kollam, Kerala




Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra, Majoua Gangapur, Bareilly, UP




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Kottarakara, District Kollam, Kerala




Outreach Update - Rainbow Center, Meghalaya




Outreach Update - Akshaya E-Center Panmana, District - Kollam, Kerala




Outreach Update - Jan Sewa Kendra Chandpur Jogiyan, Bareilly Up




Outreach Update - Bithrichaipur, Bareilly, UP




Outreach Update - Nawabganj, Bareilly, UP




Arunodoy Kendra, Borbond, Karimganj, Assam




Akshaya E-Center Perayam Thiruvananthapuram Kerala




Kerala too flags off outreach van



Maharashtra CSC outreach Phase II launched from Nagpur



Rainbow Center Sohra Village, Meghayala.




Rainbow Center Laitlyngkot Village, Meghayala.





Rainbow Center Laitkinsew Village, Meghayala.





Rainbow Center Saitsohpen Village, Meghayala.





Arunodoy Kendra, Buraburi, Hahara, Morigaon, Kamrup, Assam.





Outreach Update -Arunodoy Kendra, Dungabori, Morigaon, Assam.





Outreach Update -Wahlang Village, Mawphlang block, East Khasi Hills Dist. Meghalaya.



Outreach Update -Nongspung Village, East Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya.



Outreach Update -Arunodoy Kendra, Bakalia, Karbi Anglong, Assam.



Outreach Update - Arunodoy Kendra, Shantipur, Karbi Anglong-Assam



Outreach Update - Arunodoy Kendra, Urimgaon, Golaghat - Assam



Outreach Update -Rainbow Center Riangdo Village, West Khasi Hills - Meghalaya.


Outreach Update - Bhoirymbong Village, Ri-bhoi district - Meghalaya.



Outreach Update -Rainbow Center Nogstoin Village, West Khasi Hills District - Meghalaya.


Outreach Update - Jorhat Town, Assam



Outreach Update - Arunodoy Kendra Baganpara Baksa, Assam


Outreach Update - Arunodoy Kendra Haripur Barpeta, Assam



Outreach Programme - Arunodoy Kendra, Gohain Gaon, Kakadunga Block-8, Jorhat, Assam






Outreach Programme - Mawhati, Ri-Bhoi District, Meghalaya



Outreach Programe Activity From Arunodoy Kendra, Naharani, Tiniali Dibrugarh, Assam


Outreach Programe Activity Arunodoy Kendra Abhayapri Bangaigon, Assam


Outreach Programe Activity from Assam


Activity from Lokmitra Kendra, Rapper & Malal, Kangram Himachal Pradesh


Activity from Lokmitra Kendra Dhanotu, Bhaled, Kangra in Himachal Pradesh


Activity from Himachal Pradesh outreach campaign


Outreach Update


Outreach Update From Himachal Pradesh


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Activity From Bihar




Activity From Madhya Pradesh




 

Activity From Uttrakhand




Activity From Madhya Pradesh




Activity From Uttar Pradesh




Activity From Bihar





 

Activity From West Bengal




Activity From Madhya Pradesh




Activity From Uttar Pradesh





 

Activity From West Bengal




Activity From Jharkhand




Activity From Uttar Pradesh





 

Activity From West Bengal




Activity From Jharkhand




Activity From Maharashtra




CSC Outreach Campaign Launched in Jharkhand

January 22, 2013: The Outreach campaign was launched in Ranchi, Jharkhand by Shri. Sushil Choudhary, Chief Secretary, Government of Jharkhand. Also present at the launch were Shri N N Sinha, Principal Secretary IT, Govt. of Jharkhand, and Ms. Vineeta Dixit, Principal Consultant, National e-Governance Division (NeGD). Common service centers (CSCs) known as Pragya Kendras in Jharkhand are a critical part of the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), which is a major initiative of the Government of India for ushering in e-Governance for improving the quality of basic governance, on a massive scale in areas of concern to the common man.

Around 1,00,000 CSCs across the country are providing various govt. services to people like Certificates (Birth, Death, Domicile, caste, Income etc) MNREGA payments, Computer Courses, financial services like bank account opening, withdrawal/ deposit, loan document, online railways and airline ticket booking, DTH recharge, and even private services. The exhibition van flagged off today intends to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages. It will eventually reach nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign will be rolled out in the 11 states of Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh covering 1343 CSCs.

In Jharkhand, 4350 CSCs have been setup, out of which 24 CSCs from Ranchi, Ramgarh, Bokaro, Giridih and Deoghar districts will be covered in this Rural Outreach Campaign. A Mobile Exhibition Van with Computers, Laptop, Big LCD Screen, e-Governance Awareness material, etc. and a team of promoters will go to each of selected CSC and give hands on experience about various public services available through these Centers. Other interesting elements of the exhibition like nukkad natak, audio visual experience and would be educating people about convenience and transparency of services available through CSCs. The campaign is aimed to take the message of e- Governance to the remotest parts of our country.







Community Involvement From Various States


Thousands of people in remote, interior States getting a taste of what CSCs could mean to them. Glimpses


Activity From Uttrakhand


Activity From Uttar Pradesh


Activity From West Bengal


Activity From Maharashtra























































































































CSC Outreach programme was launched from Ganderbal, Jammu & Kashmir by Sh Sachin Pilot, Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications & IT and Sh Omar Abdullah, Chief Minister, Jammu and Kashmir. Over 500 people were present at the launch where the CSC outreach van was flagged off. The van will halt at 115 CSCs in 5 districts of the state. A total of 2843 CSCs will be covered during the campaign. The first phase will be in 11 States.

 

  1. The CSC outreach programme in Uttarakhand was launched by Sh.Anand Srivastava, ADM, Haridwar on 23rd Nov 12.
  2. The CSC outreach programme in MP was launched by Sh. Giriraj Kishore Poddar, MLA in presence Sh.Dinesh Srivastava, Addl Collector, Katni from Katni Gram Panchyat office on 25th Nov 12.
  3. The CSC outreach programme in UP was launched by Sh. Jeevesh Nandan, Principal Secretary (IT), Govt of Uttar Pradesh from Lucknow on 26th Nov 12.
  4. The CSC outreach programme in Chattisgarh was launched by Dr. Raman Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh from Raipur on 28th Nov 12.
  5. The CSC outreach programme in Maharashtra was launched by Sh. Anil Deshmukh, Hon'ble Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Govt of Maharashtra from Nagpur collectorate office 3rd Dec 12
  6. The CSC outreach programme in Bihar was launched by Sh.Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister in presence of Sh. Shahid Ali Khan, Hon’ble IT Minister, Govt of Bihar from Patna on 21st Dec 12.
  7. Outreach campaign is flagged off by Sh.Subrata Mukherjee, Honb'le Minister of Panchayats and Rural Development along with Smt. Chandrima Bhattacharya, Hon’ble MOS in Charge, Law & Judiciary Department & MOS, Health & Family Welfare Department, Sh Firad Hakim, Honb'le Minister for Urban Development, Govt of West Bengal from Kolkata on 18th Dec 2012..

 













About the Programme:

In order to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages, DeitY has planned an outreach activity in nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign will be rolled out in 11 states (Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Jharkhand) covering approx 1343 CSCs.

Common service centers are providing various govt. services to people like Certificates (Birth, Death, Domicile, caste, Income etc) MNREGA payments, NIELIT’s CCC courses and non government service, Bank account opening, withdrawal/ deposit, loan document, online railways and airline ticket booking, DTH recharge, etc.

It includes an exhibition van which is giving hand on experience about various public services available through these Center. While other interesting elements of the exhibition like nukkad natak, audio visual experience and VLE assistance is educating people about convenience and transparency of services available through CSCs.

Common service centers are part of National e-governance plan which is a major initiative of the Government of India for ushering in e-Governance for improving the quality of basic governance, on a massive scale in areas of concern to the common man.

The vision of NeGP is to “Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency & reliability of such services at affordable costs to realize the basic needs of the common man”.


Click HERE to view detail route map (CSCs) of West Bengal

Click HERE to view Rural Outreach Route Plan for Maharashtra

Click HERE to view Rural Outreach Route Plan for Chattisgarh

Click HERE to view Rural Outreach Route Plan for UP

Click HERE to view Rural Outreach Route Plan for MP

Click HERE to view Rural Outreach Route Plan for Uttarakhand

Click HERE to view detail route map (CSCs) of Bihar









Dec 21, Koltta:The West Bengal Outreach campaign too was flagged off. Sh.Subrata Mukherjee, Honb'le Minister of Panchayats and Rural Developement along with Smt.Chandrima Bhattacharya, Hon’ble MOS in Charge, Law & Judiciary Department and MOS, Health & Family Welfare Department, Sh Firad Hakim, Honb'le Minister for Urban Developement, Govt of West Bengal from Kolkata launched the Van.



The CSC outreach programme in Bihar was launched by Sh.Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister in presence of Sh. Shahid Ali Khan, Hon’ble IT Minister, Govt of Bihar from Patna on 21st Dec 12.



December, 3 2012: Shri. Anil Deshmukh, Hon’ble Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Government of Maharashtra flagged off the State Common Service Centre Outreach Programme in Maharashtra from Nagpur earlier today. CSCs also knows as "Maha e-sewa Kendras" are a critical part of the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), which is a major initiative of the Government of India for ushering in e-Governance for improving the quality of basic governance, on a massive scale in areas of concern to the common man.

Around 1,00,000 CSCs across the country are providing various govt. services to people like Certificates (Birth, Death, Domicile, caste, Income etc) MNREGA payments, Computer Courses, financial services like bank account opening, withdrawal/ deposit, loan document, online railways and airline ticket booking, DTH recharge, and even private services. The exhibition van flagged off today intends to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages. It will eventually reach nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign will be rolled out in the 11 states of Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh covering 1343 CSCs.

In Maharashtra, there are 10428 CSCs have been setup, out of which 107 CSCs from Nagpur, Ahmednagar, Thane & Kolhapur districts will be covered in this Rural Outreach Campaign. A Mobile Exhibition Van with Computers, Laptop, Big LCD Screen, e-Governance Awareness material, etc. and a team of promoters will go to each of selected CSC and give hands on experience about various public services available through these Centers. Other interesting elements of the exhibition like nukkad natak, audio visual experience and would be educating people about convenience and transparency of services available through CSCs. The campaign is aimed to take the message of e- Governance to the remotest parts of our country.

Government of Maharashtra , DIT Mantralya decided to given free Adhhar card printing from VAN to the citizens who already done there enrollment with UID, but there aadhaar card is not posted to them.






The CSC outreach was launched in Uttrakhand, UP, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh between Nov 23-27. In order to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages, Department of Electronics & Information Technology has planned the outreach activity in nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign is being rolled out in 11 states (Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Jharkhand) covering approximately 1343 CSCs.






CSC Outreach programme was launched from Ganderbal, Jammu & Kashmir by Sh Sachin Pilot, Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications & IT and Sh Omar Abdullah, Chief Minister, Jammu and Kashmir. Over 500 people were present at the launch where the CSC outreach van was flagged off. The van will halt at 115 CSCs in 5 districts of the state. A total of 2843 CSCs will be covered during the campaign. The first phase will be in 11 States.

About the Programme:

In order to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages, DeitY has planned an outreach activity in nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign will be rolled out in 11 states (Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Jharkhand) covering approx 1343 CSCs. Common service centers are providing various govt. services to people like Certificates (Birth, Death, Domicile, caste, Income etc) MNREGA payments, DOEACC’s CCC courses and non government service, Bank account opening, withdrawal/ deposit, loan document, online railways and airline ticket booking, DTH recharge, etc. It includes an exhibition van which is giving hand on experience about various public services available through these Center. While other interesting elements of the exhibition like nukkad natak, audio visual experience and VLE assistance is educating people about convenience and transparency of services available through CSCs. Common service centers are part of National e-governance plan which is a major initiative of the Government of India for ushering in e-Governance for improving the quality of basic governance, on a massive scale in areas of concern to the common man. The vision of NeGP is to “Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency & reliability of such services at affordable costs to realize the basic needs of the common man”.

Click HERE to view detail route map (CSCs) of J&K.


CSC Outreach Programme Launch

CSC Outreach programme was launched from Ganderbal, Jammu & Kashmir by Sh Sachin Pilot, Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications & IT and Sh Omar Abdullah, Chief Minister, Jammu and Kashmir. Over 500 people were present at the launch where the CSC outreach van was flagged off. The van will halt at 115 CSCs in 5 districts of the state. A total of 2843 CSCs will be covered during the campaign. The first phase will be in 11 States.

The CSC outreach programme in Uttarakhand was launched by Sh.Anand Srivastava, ADM, Haridwar on 23rd Nov 12. The CSC outreach programme in MP was launched by Sh. Giriraj Kishore Poddar, MLA in presence Sh.Dinesh Srivastava, Addl Collector, Katni from Katni Gram Panchyat office on 25th Nov 12. The CSC outreach programme in UP was launched by Sh. Jeevesh Nandan, Principal Secretary (IT), Govt of Uttar Pradesh from Lucknow on 26th Nov 12. The CSC outreach programme in Chattisgarh was launched by Dr. Raman Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh from Raipur on 28th Nov 12. The CSC outreach programme in Maharashtra was launched by Sh. Anil Deshmukh, Hon'ble Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Govt of Maharashtra from Nagpur collectorate office 3rd Dec 12 The CSC outreach programme in Bihar was launched by Sh.Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister in presence of Sh. Shahid Ali Khan, Hon’ble IT Minister, Govt of Bihar from Patna on 21st Dec 12. Outreach campaign is flagged off by Sh.Subrata Mukherjee, Honb'le Minister of Panchayats and Rural Development along with Smt. Chandrima Bhattacharya, Hon’ble MOS in Charge, Law & Judiciary Department & MOS, Health & Family Welfare Department, Sh Firad Hakim, Honb'le Minister for Urban Development, Govt of West Bengal from Kolkata on 18th Dec 2012.


About the Programme:

In order to support CSCs at the grassroots & spread awareness about e-governance in villages, DeitY has planned an outreach activity in nearly 3000 CSCs across the country. In Phase-I, the campaign will be rolled out in 11 states (Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Goa, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Jharkhand) covering approx 1343 CSCs.

Common service centers are providing various govt. services to people like Certificates (Birth, Death, Domicile, caste, Income etc) MNREGA payments, NIELIT’s CCC courses and non government service, Bank account opening, withdrawal/ deposit, loan document, online railways and airline ticket booking, DTH recharge, etc.

It includes an exhibition van which is giving hand on experience about various public services available through these Center. While other interesting elements of the exhibition like nukkad natak, audio visual experience and VLE assistance is educating people about convenience and transparency of services available through CSCs.

Common service centers are part of National e-governance plan which is a major initiative of the Government of India for ushering in e-Governance for improving the quality of basic governance, on a massive scale in areas of concern to the common man.

The vision of NeGP is to “Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency & reliability of such services at affordable costs to realize the basic needs of the common man”.

 

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