Department of Information Technology                              CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Commu...
Department of Information Technology                              CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Commu...
Department of Information Technology                             CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Commun...
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COMMON SERVICES CENTERS: Enabling Service Delivery: Bridging the Digital Divide: Agenda for 16 july 2011

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Govt of India had launched the Common Service Center (CSC) Scheme for providing sustainable digital access to rural communities & for giving the necessary impetus for knowledge empowerment of the rural community. As you are aware, the CSC Scheme, a strategic cornerstone of the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), is approved by the Government, as part of its commitment in the National Common Minimum Programme to introduce e-governance on a massive scale.

In light of the importance of the Scheme, Department of Information technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has decided to organize a CSC Seminar on ‘Enabling Service Delivery: Bridging The Digital Gap’ at Vigyan Bhawan on July 16, 2011 to brainstorm with all the stakeholders in the Scheme – State Designated Agencies, Service Center Agencies, Village Level Entrepreneurs, Banks & the State/Central Governments and national level service providers.

The panel discussions would primarily focus on the following topics…

Session I: Accelerate Delivery of Bharat Nirman Services, Financial Inclusion and Skill Development through the CSC Platform

Session II: Access to Health & Education through Remote Service Delivery & Management by Mainstream Government Departments & Institutions

Session III: Infrastructure Framework for CSC and Innovative Services

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COMMON SERVICES CENTERS: Enabling Service Delivery: Bridging the Digital Divide: Agenda for 16 july 2011

  1. 1. Department of Information Technology CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Communications & Information Technology Government of India COMMON SERVICES CENTERS: Enabling Service Delivery: Bridging the Digital Divide Agenda July 16, 2011 Hall no. 5, Vigyan Bhawan, Maulana Azad Road, New Delhi-110003 9.30 AM- 10.00 AM REGISTRATION INAUGURAL SESSION 10:00AM – 10:10AM Welcome and Opening Remarks by Shri Shankar Aggarwal, AS, Department of Information Technology, GoI 10:10 AM – 10:25AM Theme Presentation by Shri Ajay Kumar, JS, Department of Information Technology, GoI 10:25AM – 10:35AM Special Address by Dr Amarjit Singh, JS, Department of School Education & Literacy, GoI 10:35 AM – 10:45 AM Inaugural Address by Prof V.N. Rajasekharan Pillai, Vice Chancellor, IGNOU 10:45AM – 11:00AM Service Tie –up, MoU signing with IGNOU & UTIITSL 11:00AM – 11:10AM VLE Felicitation 11:10AM – 11:15AM Vote of Thanks by Shri Abhishek Singh, Director, Department of Information Technology, GoI 11:15AM – 11:30AM Tea/Coffee Break 11:30AM – 01:00PM Session I: Accelerating Delivery of Bharat Nirman Services, Financial Inclusion and Skill Development through the CSC Platform Chair: Shri D.K Jain, JS, Department of Rural Development, GoI Experience sharing on NREGA payment, Financial Inclusion through CSCs in Jharkhand by Shri Ajoy Kumar Singh, Commissioner, MNREGA, Jharkhand 1
  2. 2. Department of Information Technology CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Communications & Information Technology Government of India Panel discussion 1. Shri. Niraj Kumar Gupta, CGM, NABARD 2. Shri. Hemant Bhargava, ED (Micro Insurance), Life Insurance of India 3. Shri. L.P. Rai, DGM, State Bank of India 4. Ms Gouri Gupta, Lead Program & Strategy Development, National Skill Development Corporation 5. Shri. RCM Reddy, MD& CEO, IL&FS-ETS 6. Shri Tanmoy Chakrabarty, VP & Head- Global Government Industry Group, TCS 7. Shri Mukesh Hazela, CEO, NICT, Bhopal 8. Shri Anoop Kaul, BASIX 9. Shri Puneet Saxena, MD & CEO, UTI ITSL 10. Shri Americai V Narayanan, Chairman, easyinsuranceindia.com Questions and Answers / Summing up by Chair 01:00PM –2:00 PM Lunch Break 2:00PM –3:15PM Session II: Access to Health & Education through Remote Service Delivery & Management by Mainstream Government Departments & Institutions Chair: Dr Amarjit Singh, JS, Department of School Education & Literacy, GoI Experience sharing by Shri Korath Mathew on e-Learning, Director, Akshaya Centers, Kerala Panel discussion 1. Shri Ajay Sawhney, President, NeGD 2. Dr. S K Choubey, Director General, AISECT 3. Ms. Meena Chaturvedi, CEO, SREI Sahaj 4. Shri Deepak Maheswari, Director, Microsoft India 5. Dr. B S Bedi, Adviser, Health Informatics, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing Questions and Answers / Summing up by Chair 03:15 PM –03.30PM Tea/Coffee Break 03:30 PM –05.00 PM Session III: Infrastructure Framework for CSC and Innovative Services Chair: Shri Ajay Kumar, JS, Department of Information Technology, GoI 2
  3. 3. Department of Information Technology CSC e GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITEDMinistry of Communications & Information Technology Government of India Panel discussion 1. Shri. Ashis Sanyal 2. Shri Paresh Rajde, CEO and Founder MD of Suvidhaa Infoserve 3. Shri Dharmendra Singh, Director, Hughes Communications 4. Shri C. V. Ramana Babu, AGM, BSNL 5. Shri Devendra Kumar, GGM, ITechnology Services, IRCTC 6. Ms. Sharmistha Baig, Associate Director, Nielsen 7. Shri S K Aggarwal, CMD, GNG 8. Ms Rashmi Singh, Executive Director, National Mission for Women Empowerment 9. Dr Basheer Ahmad Shadrach Questions and Answers / Summing up by Chair Lucky Draw Gift 05:00PM –5.15 PM Closing Remarks by Shri Ajay Kumar, JS, Department of Information Technology, GoI 3

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