Education Services

    NDLM - Direction:

    The Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology launched a scheme for IT Mass Literacy in 2014. The first phase of the program called National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) was started in August 2014. To provide basic digital literacy to 10 lakh citizens in select blocks of each state / union territory, by covering every person from illiterate illiterate house. The second phase of the program, designated as Digital Literacy Campaign (DISHA), was launched in December 2014 with the objective of providing basic digital literacy training to 42.50 lakh citizens. Government officials such as ASHA and Anganwadi workers and authorized ration dealers were also covered under the scheme. CSC SPV achieved the target under NDLM-DISHA scheme by October 2016, well ahead of the project deadline. More than 100 lakh citizens were registered under the scheme for digital literacy training, of which 87.68 lakh were trained and 53.46 lakh were certified.

    Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Abhiyan Abhiyan (PMGDISHA):

    After the successful implementation of the NDLM-DISHA scheme, the Government of India launched a new Digital Literacy Scheme in February 2017, specifically targeted at rural areas of the country. The Amin Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Abhiyan Abhiyan (PMGDISHA) envisages providing digital literacy training to six crore citizens in rural areas, covering one member from each digital home to reach 40% rural households. CSC is engaged as the implementing agency for the SPV scheme.

    Cyber ​​Village Scheme:

    The Cyber ​​Village Scheme is part of the Multi-sectoral Development Program (MsDP) being implemented by the Ministry of Minority Affairs. Under this program, basic digital literacy training is provided to students belonging to minority communities, especially girls studying in madrasas. During 2016–17, the project has been implemented in four states, namely West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura and Rajasthan. During this period, 1.88 lakh madrasa students have been registered under this program, of which 1.55 lakh are trained and 1.43 lakh are certified.

    NABARD Financial Literacy Program:

    CSC SPV collaborated with NABARD to provide financial literacy training to rural citizens. A pilot of the Financial Literacy Program (FLP) was implemented in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in February-March 2014, through which 10,102 beneficiaries received training. After the success of the pilot, the program was extended to Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. The program was implemented in 2015 through 3,010 CSCs in these states and trained over 100,000 beneficiaries on financial aspects such as expenditure, savings and investment options.

    Legal Literacy Program:

    CSC SPV partnered with the Ministry of Law and Justice and the Department of Justice under the UNDP in February 2015 to implement the legal literacy program through 50 CSCs in Palamu, Garhwa and Latehar districts of Jharkhand. The purpose of the program was to provide training to citizens, particularly from marginalized communities on legal rights and duties. After Jharkhand, the project was expanded to Rajasthan in November 2015, where 2,000 VLEs participated in 32 districts.

    Other Education Courses:

    NIELIT Syllabus: National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) is an autonomous scientific society under MeitY which imparts vocational education through non-formal sector. CSCs provide facilitation services to NIELIT students, such as:
    • Online Registration / Fee Collection of Students 
    • Online Exam Form Submission 
    • Printing of admit card

    CSC BCC Course:

    In an effort to achieve basic computer literacy in an inclusive manner, CSC SPV offers Basic Computer Course (BCC) with emphasis on hands-on training. The program equips an individual to use computers in professional and personal space.

    National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Services: National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and CSC SPV have partnered to provide facilitation services for NIOS students. Under this partnership, CSC can promote open schooling in rural India, register students, pay registration and examination fees, provide admission status and declare results.

    Online English Speaking Course (GOLS): CSC SPV has partnered with Gurukul Online Learning Solution (GOLS) to provide 'English Online English Speaking Course', which aims to teach rural youth in a simple and interactive way.

    Learn English:

    Learn English is an English language course that provides supplementary education. The course content is certified by the British Council and is specifically designed to easily learn English.

    Tally Certified Program:

    The Tally Certified Program from Prompt Enterprise is a two-month course designed to learn Tally ERP 9, although e-content.

    Tally Skills Certification Letter:

    Tally Education has introduced a certification on Tally ERP 9 - Tally Skills Certificate through the CSC platform. Candidates who are interested in Tally and wish to pursue it as a career option can opt for this course.

    Introduction of GST:

    Tally has introduced a new course on GST, 'Introduction to GST' through CSC platform. This course is useful for any citizen who wants to update their knowledge on GST. Sarkari Pariksha: Sarkari Pariksha is an online platform to help students prepare for both state and central government exams.