- 1 If you also want to open a Common Service Center, you will get the license after going through some important procedures. You don’t have to spend a cent for this.
CSC license is obtained after going through some important procedures.
If you also want to open a Common Service Center, you will get the license after going through some important procedures. You don’t have to spend a cent for this.
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- Last updated:October 7, 2020, 10:11 a.m. IST
A lot of work is done in public facilities.
What does it take to open a public service center To open a public service center, you need a 100-200 square meter room. For this you need at least two computers. To run a computer, you need an emergency power supply, you can use electricity or a generator for this. In addition, you must have a printer. An internet connection is also required. Documents required to open CSC
Resident of the place where you open a public service center is necessary. You must be over 18 years old. Your minimum teaching qualification must be Maticulation. Must run computer. Must have knowledge of the English language. Also read: Pollution in Delhi: Kejriwal government will curb stubble burning using this technology
One has to go through a required process to get CSC.
How to open CSC For the public service center, you must first register on the website of the Government of India, www.csc.gov.in. To get the CSC ID, you need to take the TE certificate first. Your Aadhar card must be linked to your mobile number and email address. You must have a canceled check. This cancellation check must be uploaded when you sign up for CSC. In addition, there must also be a PAN card. The names on your Aadhar card and PAN card must match. If there is a difference between the two, your CSC will be rejected. You also need to upload a bank account and its details. This makes it mandatory to upload your location on the CSC site. If you need further assistance, you can also contact the helpline number 1800 3000 3468. This also allows you to contact your ward’s NIC (National Informatics Center) to open a public service center.