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Sahaj Tathya Mitra Kendra....a Common Service center

Sahaj Tathya Mitra Kendra...........a Common Service center (C.S.C.) This is a part of National e Governance Plan of Govt of India with a collaboration with Srei Sahaj e - Village Limited and Govt. of West Bengal . This Common Service Centres is serving you all kind of ICT need. From this website you not only get the information about C.S.C., also get your almost all kind of Computer and Internet related information................................................................................... ................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................... SREI Sahaj e-Village Ltd, a subsidiary of SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited, has taken up the onus of bridging the digital divide between rural and urban India, under the NeGP of the Government of India. It is all set to establish 100000 Common Service Centres across the country. Each CSC will be owned and operated by a Village Level Entrepreneur (VLE). It will ensure to the villagers all services that their urban counterparts are already familiar with. Sahaj is all set to establish 4937 CSCs, called Sahaj Tathya Mitra Kendra in West Bengal, 5565 Vasudha Kendras in Bihar, 8118 Jan Sewa Kendras in Uttar Pradesh, 2282 Biju Sewa Kendras in Orissa and 2833 Arunadoi Kendras in Assam by 2008. “The Project has already embarked on its journey to success with the leadership of passionate VLEs who are all geared to make a difference in the lives of millions."

SAHAJ Tathya Mitra Kandra

 
Government to Citizen Services (G2C)
The e-governance initiatives in India face the twin challenges of automating the government departments and taking the on-line services to the common man. While there are standard approaches available for the former, the later needs innovations to suit the Indian needs. Luckily there are several projects underway in different parts of the country that can give us some insights on the development of G2C delivery models in rural areas. In this paper we have analyzed eight successful IT projects in the rural areas, namely: Gyandoot, e-Chaupal, Inagriline, Dairy Portal TARAhaat, Warana, SARI and CyberGrameen. The lessons and implications for future developments are presented in the article.
India cannot afford to copy the western models of e-governance as it has more than three fourth the population living in rural areas where every second person happens to be an illiterate. According to the 2001 census1 742 million people live in rural areas and 362 million are literate. The sheer numbers and the lack of infrastructure in rural areas pose greater problems in the implementation of e-governance projects. The tele-density2 in rural India stands at 0.4 while the all India figure is 5 per hundred people as compared to the world average of 16. An approximate assessment of the requirement of financial resources for implementation of e-Governance at the State and central government level using the western models yields an astronomical figure of Rs 40,000 crores3. However we cannot do away with e-governance nor afford to neglect the rural masses. We need to use our imagination to develop innovative solutions that are more appropriate for our country and its people.
This article focuses on the Government to citizen (G2C) service delivery methods in rural areas. Needless to say that the government will require reengineering its processes, bringing about administrative reforms and automating the back end processes before an effective delivery system can be implemented. We shall discuss a number of case studies of successful implementation of rural IT projects and draw lessons for future e-governance projects. What is recommended is a collaborative approach involving the Government, industry and academics. Instead of looking at e-governance in isolation, we need to think in terms of delivering telemedicine, e-education, and e-commerce using the same platform.
Approached Government Depatrments in the CSC program:
  • Panchayats & Rural Development Department
  • Health and Family Walfare Department
  • Fisheries Department
  • Animal Resources & Dairy Development Department
  • Woman and Child Development Department
  • Agriculture Department
  • Backward Classes Walfare Department
  • Co-operation Department
  • Consumer Affairs Department
  • Home (C&E) Department
  • Land and Land Reforms Department
  • Postal Department
  • School Education Department
 

 


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