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PAN Service is now available though UTIITSL and NSDL on Digital Seva Portal
PAN Service is now available though UTIITSL and NSDL on Digital Seva Portal. All VLEs with wallet on new portal are requested to file PAN application. There are applications pending due the huge rush. We are continuously following up on the same. Please continue sharing with us the application IDs. …

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CSC Newsletter
Skill Centre accreditation process is now opens for CSCs
Objective of Skilling through CSC is to encourage skill development for unemployed youth by providing approved training programs. Specifically, the Scheme aims to: Increasing the productivity of the skilled individuals which would be used for nation’s development, Enable and mobilize a large number of Indian youth to take up skill training and become employable and earn their livelihood. Increase productivity of the existing workforce and align the training and certification to the needs of the country and Provide Monetary Awards for Skill Certification to boost employability and productivity of youth by incentivizing them for skill trainings. Register your CSC as Skill Centre, please apply the following steps to initiate center accreditation process: Step 1: VLEs can login to the Digital Seva Portal with their log-in, credentials, Step 2: VLEs to register onetime their CSCs as Skill Centres...

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CSC Newsletter
VLE Bazaar offer-Buy and get 25% discount on your purchase
Himachal Pradesh State Handicrafts & Handloom Corporation Limited, H.P. State Government with the objective to assist and to promote the interests of the poor weavers and artisans of the state. The Corporation ensures the overall welfare of artisans and weavers by imparting training, design inputs, raw material, reviving the languishing crafts and providing them marketing facilities through its chain of emporia located within and outside the state. Himachal Pradesh is home to scenic mountain towns and resorts. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence. CSC has signed one MOU with HIMCRAFT, the product are available on vlebazaar.csc.go.in VLE can buy the product and get discount of 25 percent

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CSC Newsletter
VLE bazaar ties up with SoCHE foundation
Vlebazaar.csc.gov.in has recently tied up with SoCHE foundation. SoCHE stands for Solutions for Clean and Healthy Environment. It is a not-for-profit social enterprise aimed at environment conservation, social upliftment. SoCHE Foundation has been driving innovation in traditional handicrafts since 2015 through skill enhancement trainings and handholding of different artisans in new design creation. Also a platform and market linkages to all such crafts people from urban, rural areas and home maker. Unemployed girls who could not complete their schooling and had to drop out are making the terracotta earrings sold at VLE Bazaar. SoCHE is providing them with a livelihood opportunity by training them in this skill, thereby keeping the cultural heritage alive.The terracotta fridge magnets area also a design wherein traditional potters were…

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CSC Newsletter
Pradhan mantri gramin digital saksharta abhiyan (pmgdisha)
The Scheme is aimed at empowering the citizens in rural areas by training them to operate computer or digital access devices (like tablets, smart phones etc.), send and receive e-mails, browse Internet, access Government services, search for information, undertake digital payment, etc. and hence enable them to use the Information Technology and related applications especially Digital Payments to actively participate in the process of nation building. Thus the Scheme aims to bridge the digital divide, specifically targeting the rural population including the marginalised sections of society like Scheduled Castes (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST), Below Poverty Line (BPL), women, differently-abled persons and minorities. The main objective of the programme is to make six crore persons in rural areas, across States/UTs, digitally literate, reaching to around 40% of rural households by covering one member...

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CSC Newsletter
CSC SPV new portal launched for VLEs
Digital Seva Portal is now live and ready for migration of users to the new system as per the information and details submitted by you on the registration/re-registration portal. As a part of our migration activity, the Digital Seva Connect and wallet account will be created a fresh in the new system, and at the same time we will also create your DigiMail email id. To ensure that the migration activity is seamless and hassle free, it will continue to run the Apna CSC Portal till 08th Feb 2017 while the accounts are being created so that you are able to transact in the old portal as you do every day. It will keep you informed on every stage of the migration activity with updates at regular interval as we move forward. Post the “Digital Seva” & “Wallet“ account are created, it will discontinue the Apna CSC Portal...

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CSC Newsletter

Saffron-‘’The magical spice’’ available at CSC VLE Bazaar
Alhejaz is an online store on our CSC Vle Bazaar. Alhejaz is from Kashmir (J&K) and sells a variety of handicrafts all over India through our VLE Bazaar commerce website. Alhejaz says that our Kashmiri saffron is handpicked from the saffron fields of Kashmir (J&K). Kashmiri Saffron (Kesar) is recognizable by its dark maroon-purple hue; it is among the world's darkest, which hints at strong flavor, aroma, and colourative effect. Saffron is one of the world’s oldest and expensive spices. Kashmiri saffron is valued all over the world for its fine quality. Saffron is useful for digestion, blood purifier, relief from acidity and joint pains, boosts immunity and increases memory also beneficial for pregnant women and improves fairness of skin...

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CSC Newsletter
VLEs are requested to participate in the Lucky Grahak Yojana
Lucky Grahak Yojana is a new scheme announced by the central government to incentivize the consumers using digital payments. The first lucky draw result of Lucky Grahak Yojana was announced on 25th December and the list of winners is available online. Every winner would receive a reward payment of Rs. 1000 in his/her bank account. A total of 15000 winners would be announced every day for next 100 days. The list of winners of Lucky Draw Yojana would be available once the winners are announced. The eligible customers who have done digital transactions after 8th November would be included for the draw. Lucky draw would be done through the computer software where it will randomly pick 15000 transactions IDs every day. VLEs are requested to participate in the Lucky Grahak Yojana. For further details…

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CSC Newsletter
All VLE:Install the updated version of DIGIPAY
This is to inform you that an updated version of Digi Pay desktop application is available now. The new version is more stable and would enable easy operations. You all are requested to kindly update the newer version as we plan to retire the old version by 15th January 2017. It is a mandatory activity and you are advised to uninstall the older version to install the updated one. Important points: In case, you do not install the latest version of Digi Pay, you would not be able to avail the services offered post 15th January using the older version, to install the updated version, kindly ensure that you uninstall the older version of Digi Pay and before that ensure that CSC eGovernance services India Limited folder in C drive is deleted, On the Registration form, Please select the Project type as “CSC VLE” only, You are requested to provide accurate banking information as per your Bank account details...

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CSC Newsletter
Lucky Grahak and Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana
The Government of India seeks to promote digital payment methods to encourage consumers and merchants to increasingly shift to these payment modes. The two schemes, namely Lucky Grahak Yojana for Consumers and Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana for Merchants, seek to nudge people towards significantly higher usage of digital transactions through the offer of incentives.
The Lucky Grahak Yojana and the Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana offers cash awards to consumers and merchants who utilize digital payment instruments for personal consumption expenditures. The scheme specially focuses on bringing the poor, lower middle class and small businesses into the digital payment fold. The National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) is the implementing agency for this scheme.

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CSCs: transforming rural life through LED manufacturing and distribution
Common Services Centres (CSCs) across the country has taken initiative in manufacturing of LED bulbs.  So far about one thousand LED manufacturing kits have been ordered by the CSCs.   LED manufacturing is a great initiative to transform the life of people living in rural India.  This activity will not only generate rural employment but also create unique model for distribution and fulfilling the aims and objectives of the Government of India to save power and encourage green village. Presently the CSC entrepreneurs have been making these LED bulbs through online training videos and mainly utilizing the bulbs within their own premises or nearby shops/establishments. This innovative initiative would transfer significantly the income of the CSC in the near future. 10 large manufacturing units for LED have also been set up with the efforts of the CSC entrepreneurs across the country...

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CSC Newsletter
VLEs are getting their Income Tax Refund through Apna CSC
Mehndi Hasan Sheikh, VLE from UP got his refund of Rs 18000 soon after filing Income Tax Return through Apna CSC. More and more VLEs are getting benefitted by using this service. All VLEs are requested to file their Income Tax Return through Apna CSC portal till august 31, 2016. Hurry up VLEs! File your Income Tax Return and get your money back from IT department.VLEs who want to get early refunds for Income Tax Returns, should file Income Tax Return through Apna CSC portal till August 31, 2016.All the VLEs are advised to utilize this opportunity of filing own Income Tax Return service available ....

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CSC Newsletter
E-commerce Portal for Rural Artisans Launches
The Hon Minister has launched an e-commerce portal ‘VLE Bazaar’ for enhancing the income of rural artisans and expanding their business online. The portal was launched during the Bihar VLE Conference at Patna on June 23, 2016.The e-commerce portal is expected to give a boost to the local culture and handicrafts. This is the first of its kind e-commerce website with authentic products sourced directly from rural artisans across India. Bihar is initiating the selling of Madhubani art through this portal...

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