The common Service Centers (CSC) Scheme is an initiative taken by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India. It acts as the access point for the delivery of several digital services in remote areas across India. The scheme also promotes the development of sustainable rural livelihoods. It establishes a centralised structure for delivering services to citizens through CSCs, as well as ensuring the scheme's systemic stability and long-term viability.
Here are the eligibility criteria to participate in CSC Scheme:
The following are the documents that are required to be submitted to start a CSC:
Here are the steps which are needed to be followed to register on CSC Scheme:
The applicants can track the status of their application by following the given steps:
The following are the objectives of the CSC Scheme:
CSC helps in connecting local people with the government departments and with various private service providers using IT enabled network of citizen service points.
CSC does not charge any fee for registration.
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