Common Services Centers (CSCs) are a strategic cornerstone of the Digital India programme. They are the access points for delivery of various electronic services to villages in India, thereby contributing to a digitally and financially inclusive society.

CSCs enable the three vision areas of the Digital India programme:

Digital Infrastructure as a Core Utility to Every Citizen

CSCs are more than service delivery points in rural India. They are positioned as change agents, promoting rural entrepreneurship and building rural capacities and livelihoods. They are enablers of community participation and collective action for engendering social change through a bottom-up approach with key focus on the rural citizen.

Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyaan is the scheme to make six crore persons in rural areas, across States/UTs, digitally literate, reaching to around 40% of rural households by covering one member from every eligible household by 31st March, 2019.

The Scheme would empower 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. 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), Minorities, Below Poverty Line (BPL), women and differently-abled persons and minorities.

List of CSC centers providing Digital Training:

National Pension System (NPS) is a voluntary, defined contribution retirement savings scheme. The NPS has been designed to enable systematic savings during the subscriber's working life.. It is an attempt towards finding a sustainable solution to provide adequate retirement income to every citizen of India.

The National Pension System (NPS) was Launched on 1st January, 2004 with the objective of providing retirement income to all the citizens. NPS aims to institute pension reforms inculcate the habit of savings for retirement amongst the citizens.

With effect from 1st May 2009, NPS has been provided for all citizens of the country including the unorganised sector workers on voluntary basis.

NPS offers following Important Features to help subscriber save for retirement :

The Subscriber will be allotted a unique Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN). This unique account number will remain the same for the rest of subscriber's life. This unique PRAN can be used from any location in INDIA.

Who Can Join?

Everything you need to know to join

Individual : All citizens of India between the Age of 18 to 60 years can Join NPS.

PRAN will Provide access to Personal Account:

Tier -I Account : This is a non-withdrawable account meant for savings for retirement.

Tier -I Account requires a minimum investment of Rs. 1000 annually and Rs. 500 per transaction. There should be atleast one transaction per annum and minimum deposit of Rs. 1000 per annum is mandatory.

List Of Government Services




Pan card


CSC SPV has collaborated with Ministry of External Affairs to provide Passport-related services through CSCs across the country. Under Passport Seva, the entire form filing process, including payment of fee and scheduling of appointment for a visit to Passport Kendra, is done online through CSCs.

To improve voter enrolment in Elections, the Election Commission of India has partnered with CSC SPV for delivery of various Electoral Registration Services through CSCs.

The E-District projects intend to provide Government services to citizens through Common Service Centers (CSC) which are easily acc Services from different departments are brought under one umbrella at any CSC.


List Of Education Services



Cyber gram Yojana

Cyber Gram Yojana aims to provide hands-on training in computers for the students of Minority Community and enable them to acquire basic ICT skills that would empower them.

Women Digital Literacy Programme

Today, computing skills are essential for empowerment and digital literacy for women can contribute and be a change agent especially in rural areas leading to overall societal development.

Digital media has extraordinary potential for the empowerment of women in terms of disseminating information and knowledge Yet, overall use of digital media by women is still very low in rural India.

The objective of the project is to train and empower 25,000 rural women on Basic Computer Course (BCC).

Legal Literacy Project

Legal literacy is seen as a tool to bring change at the grassroots level.

The project aims to spread legal literacy and awareness related to rights by conducting sessions by gathering40 participants from neighboring areas.

It also strengthens rural people so that they know and understand the primary levels of laws recognize them and challenge injustices much more forcefully.

NIELIT Services

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) is an autonomous scientific society that provides higher and professional education through non-formal sector. CSCs can provide facilitation services to the students for various courses offered by NIELIT.

NIOS Services

The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and CSC SPV joined hands to make CSCs as

NIOS Facilitation Centers. Under this partnership, CSCs can promote the Open Schooling in Rural India,

Register Students, Pay Registration and Examination Fee; Know the Status of Admission, and Declare Results.

Online English Speaking Course

Online English Speaking Course provides higher and professional education, skill development and vocational education to the rural community.

An important component of this is the English Learning course titled ‘English for Aam Aadmi’, targeted for the rural youth to

teach them the language in a very simple and interactive way.

Basic Computer Course

CSC SPV has launched a new programme, “Basic Computer Course (BCC)”. The programme offers

basic computer training to equip a person to use computers in day-to-day life for professional and personal use.

Tally Certified Program

Tally Certified Program is a transaction service CSC has launched through Digital Seva Portal.

It will be an online process, where candidate have to choose one correct answer from the given options.

Tally Kaushal Praman Patra

Candidate who is interested in Tally and wants to pursue it as career choice can opt for this course. Candidate from any background can register themselves for this course. Course Portal:

Learn English: Certificate from British Council

AA Edutech had developed a digital learning program for learning spoken English through Cricket, jointly with the British Council. British Council will provide course completion certificate upon the candidate completing the course and scoring the minimum required marks.

CSC School -Multimedia Content (6th to 10th)

The objective of the project is to make CSC centers a hub for providing e-Learning Content in Video Lectures,

Chapter Notes format in Hindi & English medium for the students of Class 6th-12th. is providing scientific learning based quality education to all students anywhere, anytime and has emerged as the first education portal providing content in Hindi & English Medium.

KHAN Academy

Khan Academy is an NGO working to provide world-class education absolutely free of cost.

Anyone can visit their website and register as a student, parent or teacher and begin their learning journey.


National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) is an autonomous scientific society that provides higher and professional education through non-formal sector. CSCs can provide Facilitation Center for ACC, BCC, CCC, CCC+ and ECC offered by NIELIT.

NIELIT-Accreditation Center

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) is an autonomous scientific society that provides higher and professional education through non-formal sector. CSCs can provide Accreditation Centre for ‘O/A/B/C' level offered by NIELIT.


Citizens particularly in rural locations are not aware about legal entitlements which the constitution has provided. As a result of this they are trapped in various legal cases and they are also not aware with whom to discuss the matter.

In order to reduce the gap and provide legal help, CSC SPV collaborated with National

University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) to provide e legal consultancy through pool of lawyers using the platform of CSCs spread across India.

The service seeks to provide legal consultancy to citizens though the CSCs present in rural locations at their doorsteps.

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CSC SPV has collaborated with iScholar i30 for providing the IIT-JEE and engineering entrance

sxam coaching through Apna CSC. Considered one of the toughest exams, less than 1% succeeds

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List Of Banking Services




CSC-SPV has collaborated with National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) to launch Aadhaar Enabled payment System (AePS) at all CSC locations across the country.

This system is based on demographic and biometric/iris information of an individual, which eliminates the threat of any fraud and non-genuine activity

Digital Financial Inclusion

The project titled “Digital Finance for Rural India: Creating Awareness and Access through CSC’s aims to enable the CSCs to become Digital Financial hubs, by hosting awareness sessions on government policies and digital finance options available for rural citizens as well as enabling various mechanisms of digital financial services such as such as IMPS, UPI, Bank PoS machines etc.


Telemedicine simply means the use of communications and information technology for the delivery of clinical care. It can be as simple as two healthcare experts discussing a patient over the phone or as complex as using satellite technology and facilities such as video conferencing for real-time consultation between a doctor and a patient sitting in a remote corner of the world. These telemedicine consultations can be divided into two categories: 'synchronous telemedicine' utilizes telecommunications for real time interactions between participants (e.g. video conferencing), and 'store-and forward' telemedicine which involves the capture of patient data for subsequent interpretation by a remote expert


•    Telemedicine is a great option for patients who find it difficult to travel to clinics or hospitals to consult with a doctor.

•    The costs associated with physical visits to hospitals or doctor's offices can substantially reduce for both patient and doctor, by using telemedicine technologies like video conferencing.

•    Telemedicine is also proving to be the ideal way to manage chronic conditions and administer preventive medicine.

•    By facilitating communication between doctors and patients, telemedicine makes it easy to monitor discharged patients and track patient recovery

•    Research shows that the use of telemedicine technologies results in fewer hospital re-admissions, more faithful following of prescribed courses of treatment, and faster recovery than that of patients not receiving remote treatment and consultation.

•    With the help of telemedicine hospitals can create networks to help each other. They can share their expertise outside their own set-ups to advise their colleagues on the treatment of their patients.


Department of Justice has partnered with NALSA and CSC e-Governance Service India Limited for mainstreaming legal aid to the marginalised communities through Common Services Center (CSC).

Tele-Law means the use of communications and information technology for the delivery of legal information and advice. This e-interaction between lawyers and people would be through the video-conferencing infrastructure available at the CSCs.

The concept of Tele-Law is to facilitate delivery of legal advice through a panel of lawyers stationed at the state Legal Services Authorities (SALSA) and CSC. The project initiates to connect citizens with lawyers through video conferencing facilities by the Para-Legal Volunteers stationed at identified 1800 panchayat.