CSC is a unified platform to deliver the social welfare, health systems, financial systems, education and agriculture to rural and remote communities of the country.
The CSC concept was implemented in September 2006 and is the only functional aspect of the National eGovernance Program. It is only the network funded under the Integrated Mission Mode Projects of the National EGovernance Plan. CSCs are access points for delivering vital infrastructure for public utilities, social welfare programs, health care, banking, education, and agricultural services to the rural and remote citizens of India.
A primary perception in managing CSCs is a Digital Seva Portal that links Mysore's population to numerous G2C and B2C facilities covering health care, utility payments, schooling and employment, farming FMCG, commercial services, finance, banking, and so on. For every government support provided by E-Government Services India Limited, rural Indians in Mysore are allowed to contact via the Digital Seva Portal. To serve the CSC in the rural areas of Mysore a VLE (Village Level Entrepreneur) provides Mysore residents with both governmental and non-governmental facilities from the CSC Centre. A Village Level Entrepreneur (VLE) is responsible for managing an intact and sufficient place for carrying CSC portal amenities through e-Seva and ensuring that the KIOSK network is active in Mysore throughout the day.
CSC is very beneficial to rural areas and remote places in Mysore where there is no internet connection. It is a one-stop service point that provides the rural people of Mysore with numerous G2C and B2C facilities. The innumerable CSC objectives available for rural Indians of Mysore are mentioned below:
Many assets are needed at Mysore to run and maintain a CSC. Below are the infrastructures for running a CSC in the Mysore rural areas.
The first requirement for creating a CSC for Mysore's residents is a suitable room or hall well equipped for the running of all activities relevant to the CSC.
The Ministry of Electronics & IT introduced a new agency, CSC e-Services India Limited, under the Companies Act of 1956 in order to execute the CSC initiative. CSC SPV is implemented as an innovative framework to offer G2C and B2C services by CSCs to the rural citizens of Mysore in order to boost the productivity of CSC services.
CSC e-Governance Service India Limited is a Special Purpose Vehicle (CSC SPV) established by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India, under the Companies Act of 1956 to oversee the operation of the Common Service Centers Scheme (CSC). This creates a centralized coordinated mechanism for providing services to the residents of Mysore through CSCs, in addition to maintaining functional stability and system sustainability. Common Service Centers (CSCs) form a strategic pillar of the Digital India program.
These are the access points for providing various digital services to the rural areas of Mysore, thereby leading to a digitally and financially sustainable society. In rural Mysore, CSCs are more than just service delivery centers. They are placed as agents of transformation, fostering rural entrepreneurship and developing rural capability and means of subsistence. They are facilitators of community involvement and concerted action to enhance social progress from a bottom-up strategy with an emphasis on rural residents of Mysore. The main vision of CSC SPV. Developing CSCs as a secure, reliable and pervasive IT facilitated network of Citizen Service Points connecting local residents of Mysore with government offices, business enterprises, banks and insurance firms and educational institutions, impacting the economy of the country's primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.
VLE is an outstanding network providing both governmental and non-governmental customer facilities. The Digital Seva Portal offers VLE with exemplary service to its clients. VLE is not allowed to pay any fees and enrollment is strictly exempt on the CSC platform for VLE (Village Level Entrepreneur). Since there are total active VLE in each Gram Panchayat village is full, no further CSC IDs are needed, however, CSC's will let you know on their website if the CSC needs any more registrations. In the past, CSC's enrollment has become much easier, but in the present days, it is very complicated to introduce it.
In 2015, according to its analysis of the CSC scheme, the government introduced CSC 2.0 to expand the CSC to all panchayats in the nation. At least one 2.5 lakh GP in the nation was built with CSC 2.0 by 2019. In order to initiate an additional 1,5 lakh CSCs in the country, the CSCs functioning under the new program will now be upgraded and reinforced. CSC 2.0 would facilitate the delivery of resources over the single infrastructure network by introducing e-government services and G2C networks for Indians.
Benefits of CSC 2.0 Scheme in Mysore
The CSC 2.0 National Rural Internet Mission, CSC 2.0, authorized in August 2015, involves the implementation of the 2.5-lakh CSC network, which is part of both the Digital India Pillar 3 and the Public Connectivity Program. The framework CSC 2.0 delivers transaction and service distribution across a broad, unified network, which strengthens the e-service facilities throughout the country.
A single service delivery/transaction network operates the GP-level implementation of the CSC 2.0 current model to facilitate the efficient usage of BharatNet / NOFN services as well as other local networking networks. The CSC works for the Government of India
(VLE) primarily without restricting accessible and growth-friendly facilities. The CSC Program supports compatible and enhances the VLE initiatives, existing and actively supported, via the Entrepreneurship Development Training program.
The national mark "Digital Seva Kendras" was developed to retain consistency across all States / UTs, along with co-brands of States / UTs. This offers an open and straightforward e-Services mapping system that CSCs create with a different CSC and GIS mapping number for each region which will enable the government to bridge the gap in establishing a self-supporting CSC network throughout the city. The State/UT system is also set up to combine different service platforms with the Universal Online Platform of CSC's 'The Digital Seva Portal' to provide (G2C & B2C) services through CSC.
CSC — SPV is the management system for the CSC 2.0 initiative to successfully execute the DeitY and State / UT programs with acceptable service delivery methods. Since the introduction of CSC Sustainability Program in Mysore, it is the most effective service center with a primary target to: