Kishtwar: Deputy Commissioner, Kishtwar, Ashok Sharma today chaired a meeting to review the progress made on various ongoing government projects through Common Services Centres including PMJAY SEHAT scheme.
The meeting was attended by Operation Head CSC SPV, Shahnawaz Rashid, Division Incharge, Ashwani Kumar, CSC e-grameen Mohit Sharma, CSC incharge schemes/projects Aman Kumar, District Manager Suman Kumar, District Coordinator Shagufta Malik besides CSC state team members and 100 CSC Village Level Entrepreneurs (CSC VLEs).
The DDC directed the CSC- VLEs to ensure 100% Registration of beneficiaries under PMJAY SEHAT scheme within stipulated time frame.
The DDC, while hailing and appreciating the contribution of CSC VLEs said, “CSC and its village level entrepreneurs have been at the forefront in registering more than 87000 PMJAY SEHAT beneficiaries in less than 4 months and this is no easy deal to accomplish. The contributions made by CSC and its VLEs will be always remembered”.
District Manager Suman Kumar, District Coordinator Shagufta Malik besides other VLEs were felicitated by DC Kishtwar for their outstanding performance
During the meeting Shahnawaz Rashid, Head of Operations, CSC e-governance Services India Limited imparted great deal of knowledge about the various schemes that can be delivered through Common Services Centers (CSC). The VLEs were also trained by Anuj Mahajan to facilitate HDFC banking services in a digital manner. State team members of CSC SPV urged the VLEs to speed up registration process of labourers for their welfare and upliftment.
The Operation Head CSC, SPV said that the labour service will be made available on CSC portal in next few days as this will make the registration process easy for the VLEs.