Common Services Centers (CSC) are portals that give residents in rural and distant regions of the country information on various companies and e-governance. The full name of a CSC facility is Common Service Center or Jan Seva Kendra.
CSC is an Indian network that is striving to make India a completely digital nation. The CSC 2.0 Scheme was launched in August 2015 to increase access to technology and digital services for residents in the country’s rural and remote locations.
To begin the registration procedure, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria, document list, and basic infrastructure requirements, as well as the computer system required to run a CSC centre in your village area as a VLE (Village Level Entrepreneur).
After evaluating your CSC registration application form for a month or two, you will be able to utilize your digital Seva portal to provide services to the general public.
You may now monitor the progress of your registration once you have completed it. We’ve put up a list of procedures to check the progress of your CSC application form.
If your application is approved, check your CSC Digital Seva Portal login credentials by clicking on the My Account area.
If you have received your CSC login id and password via your registered email address. Now find out how to access the Digital Seva Portal and begin your shared service centre.
You are now using it to provide different e-governance services to ordinary citizens.
|The Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, launched by the Government of India in 2014, aims to clean India’s infrastructure, roads, and streets. In 2016, the Ministry of Urban Development collaborated with CSCs to allow online applications to be made for the construction of individual household toilets across India.
|CSCs can handle new PAN Card applications. To handle the applications, the centres worked with the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and UTI Infrastructure Technology And Services Limited (UTIITSL).
|CSC SPV became a UIDAI Registrar in January 2013. CSCs can complete Aadhaar Authentication/e-KYC Service Agency (ASA/KSA) for insurance firms, Grameen banks, national banks, state government offices, and federal government departments.
|Several E-District initiatives have been established to provide residents with government services through CSCs. Aside from being conveniently accessible, the services provided by several departments are coordinated by a single CSC.
|The Electoral Commission of India has collaborated with the Common Service Centres Special Purpose Vehicle to address data inaccuracies and enhance registration in order to ensure smooth elections (CSC SPV). Several electoral registration forms are made available through CSCs with the assistance of the CSC SPV.
|The partnership between the Ministry of External Affairs and the CSC SPV guarantees that different passport-related services are available at CSCs around the country. The full passport application procedure may be performed online with the assistance of Passport Seva.
|The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) established Bharat BillPay, which is managed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). You will be able to pay your water, gas, DTH, landline, internet, mobile, and power bills using the payment portal. The system has been safe and dependable since its inception by the RBI.