Application of income, caste, ration card to residence certificate will become expensive in the
Lucknow. Application of income, caste, ration card to residence certificate will become expensive in the state. Currently, about 65 Public Service Centers (CSCs) are functioning from villages to cities of the state under the e-district project. Through these Jan Seva Kendras, people apply for government schemes. Till now, there is a fee of Rs 20 for applying in certificates and other schemes through CSC. ADM (Finance and Revenue) Vipin Mishra told that applying from CSC on the 16th will cost Rs 30. The scheme will come into force under CSC from 16 November. This will also increase the income of CSC operators. Where previously, CSC operators used to get commission of only four to five rupees for every Rs 20 per application. Now it will increase to Rs 12 to 15.
Two institutions service providers in all 75 districts
Two District Service Provider (DSP) institutions will now work in all 75 districts to run the Jan Seva Kendra scheme. The two DSP entities in Lucknow will operate CSC WiFi Chaupal and SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited.
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