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Madhya Pradesh cabinet okays 400 Public Service Centres

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The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet has decided to set up 400 public service centres under the Public Services Guarantee Act. The State Cabinet’s meeting was chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

Of the 400 centres, 313 will be set up at the block level and 87 in urban centres. The centres will accept applications from the people for various public services, such as obtaining birth, caste, domicile certificates, khasra copies, tap water supply connections, etc.

Private-Public Participation (PPP) mode will be used to creation of these centres. Applications for delivery of Government services will be accepted at these centres with fees. The receipts of applications issues by these centres would be deemed to be issued by the designated officer.

Selection of private participant for PPP mode, place etc. for running the centre will be made by the District e-governance Society. The software for proper running of these centres is being developed by NIC.

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