Digital Seva Portal

Several government services are offered by Common Service Centres (CSCs) via the Digital Seva Portal. Applying for Passport, PAN Card, and Aadhaar Card and payment of various bills can be completed easily with the help of these services.

Different Digital Seva Services

The list of services that are being offered are mentioned in the table below:

Service Details
Election In order to correct data errors and improve enrolment to ensure hassle-free elections, the Electoral Commission of India has tied up with the Common Service Centres Special Purpose Vehicle (CSC SPV). With the help of the CSC SPV, several electoral registration forms are provided via CSCs.
Passport The collaboration between the Ministry of External Affairs and the CSC SPV ensures that various Passport-related services are provided at CSCs across India. With the help of Passport Seva, the entire process of applying for a passport can be completed online.
E-District Several E-District projects have been set up so that citizens can be offered government services via CSCs. Apart from being easily accessible, the services that are being offered by different departments come under a single CSC.
Bharat Billpay The Bharat BillPay was launched by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and is operated by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). Under the payment platform, you will be able to pay the water, gas, DTH, landline, broadband, mobile, and electricity bills. Since it was launched by the RBI, the system is safe and reliable.
Aadhaar In January 2013, CSC SPV became a UIDAI Registrar. Aadhaar Authentication/e-KYC Service Agency (ASA/KSA) for insurance companies, grameen banks, national banks, state government departments, and central government departments can be completed at CSCs.
PAN Card New PAN Card applications can be processed at CSCs. The centres have collaborated with the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and the UTI Infrastructure Technology and Services Limited (UTIITSL) to process the applications.
Swacch Bharat Launched by the Government of India in 2014, the main aim of Swacch Bharat Abhiyan is to clean the infrastructure, roads, and streets in India. The Ministry of Urban Development tied up with CSCs in 2016 so that online applications can be submitted to build individual household toilets across India.

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