Reliance, Wipro and ITC have shown their keen interest to open common service centres or IT kiosks for educated unemployed in the rural areas of Jaipur, India.
More than 6000 common service centres have been implemented under the National e-Governance project of the Union government in the state. Approx 68 companies have submitted their presentation with the IT department of which 37 companies have been given approval to work in this project. The state government has already given its approval to many companies like Shyam Telelinks, Compucom, Nagarjun Fertilizers and Aakash broadband among others. The project would be implemented in more than 44000 villages. The companies would have to arrange computers and power facility on their own while the online connectivity would be provided by the IT department. The Centre Government will provide the facility to deposit online water, electric and telephone bills. It will also provide information about various schemes of the state government and employment opportunities. The centre will also provide birth and death certificates, registration of land and other departmental certificates. The villagers can also access Internet facility in the upcoming centres.
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