Citizen Service Centres
We are setting up 2943 Common Service Centres (CSCs) in the divisions of Ranchi (703), Hazaribagh (1657) & Kolhan (583) for a period of 4 years.
All CSCs in the villages will be broadband Internet enabled and would offer a basket of Government-to-Citizen (G2C) and Business-to-Customer (B2C) services.
CSCs are poised to become a significant tool for Financial Inclusion in rural areas by playing the role of Business Correspondents (BCs) for the bank.
Jharkhand is amongst the first few states to aggressively implement this.
Mandatory for banks to have presence in each panchayat.
Appointing CSCs as BC has been called out as a priority item.
District Collectors directed to ensure that Banks use the CSCs for disbursal of Government benefits and wages (including NREGS wages).
Contract awarded to UTL in 2007.
BOOT - 4 years.
2943 Common Service Centres (CSCs) in the districts of Ranchi, Hazaribagh and Kolhan.
Each CSC has a networked kiosk offering various G2C and B2C services - run by a village level entrepreneur.
Services envisaged include e-government services, education, health & tele-medicine, financial, entertainment and others.
Important part of the ambitious plan of the Government to set-up 100,000 CSCs across India.
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