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Government to Citizen

One of the key mandates of CSC scheme is to deliver Government to Citizen (G2C) services. Various G2C services of Central Government Ministries and departments, apart from State-specific services have been integrated on the Digital Seva portal for delivery to citizens in rural and remote areas of the country through the network of CSCs.

Bharat BillPay :
Bharat BillPay is a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conceptualised system driven by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). It is a one-stop bill payment platform for all bills – electricity, mobile, broadband and landline, DTH, Gas, Water, etc - across India with certainty, reliability and safety of transactions.
Two primary participants of Bharat BillPay are:
 Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit (BBPCU) – which implements operational, technical and business standards for the entire system and its participants. The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) functions as the BBPCU.
 Bharat Bill Payment Operating Units (BBPOUs) - BBPOUs are authorized operational units, working as per the standards set by BBPS. BBPOUs will on-board billers, aggregators and payment gateways; and set up agent network and customer touch points to handle bill payments through different delivery channels.
With CSC SPV becoming a BBPOU, CSCs can provide Bharat BillPay service and further enable the villagers to pay their Electricity, Water, Gas, DTH and Broadband & Landline Post Paid bills.

FASTag through CSCs
FASTag is an Electronic Toll Collection system in India operated by NHAI. FASTag is a simple to use, reloadable tag which enables automatic deduction of toll charges and lets you pass through the toll plaza without stopping for cash transaction. The tag employs Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) technology and is affixed on the vehicle's windscreen after the tag account is active. It is currently operational at more than 425 toll plazas across national and state highways.
CSC SPV has partnered with NHAI to dispense FASTags through the network of CSCs. VLEs will dispense FASTags at the toll plazas after procuring them through the Digital Seva Portal; register customer details on portal and affix the tag on the car.

Passport
Ministry of External Affairs partnered with CSC SPV in 2014 to launch Passport Seva services through CSCs across the rural hinterland. Services available through CSCs include filling and uploading of Passport Application Form, payment of fee and scheduling of appointment for visit to Passport Kendra. During 2016-17, around 2.19 lakh Passport applications were submitted through the CSC network across the country.

PAN Card
Applications for new PAN Card are processed through CSCs in collaboration with UTI Infrastructure Technology And Services Limited (UTIITSL) and National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL). PAN Card service through NSDL was introduced for CSCs in February 2016. During 2016-17, 28.94 lakh Applications for PAN Card have been submitted through CSCs.

Swacch Bharat Abhiyan
Swacch Bharat Abhiyan is the biggest ever cleanliness drive launched by the Government in 2014 to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country. In 2016, Ministry of Urban Development partnered with CSC to facilitate online applications through CSCs for construction of individual household toilets across the country under the campaign. During 2016-17, 5.26 lakh applications for individual household toilets were submitted through CSC network under Swacch Bharat Abhiyan.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) is an ambitious housing scheme of the Government for creating affordable housing units for urban poor. Although, entire urban area of the country will be covered under the scheme, the initial focus is on 500 select cities.
In November 2016, a MoU was signed between Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MHUPA) and CSC SPV for receiving PMAY applications through CSCs. The service is being provided by 60,000 CSCs located in urban areas across States/ UTs. During 2016-17, 27.97 lakh Applications were submitted through CSC network under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) scheme.

FSSAI
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) partnered with CSC SPV in July 2016 to provide Food Business Operator (FBO) registration service through CSCs. This initiative is aimed at registering a large number of unregistered FBOs in the country with the FSSAI through the vast network of CSCs. Under the service, Registration Certificate is auto generated after filing of online application through CSC. During 2016-17, 95,603 applications for FBO Registration have been submitted through CSCs.

Soil Health Card
Soil Health Cards are issued by the Government to farmers with crop-wise recommendations of nutrients and fertilizers required for individual farms to help them improve productivity through judicious use of inputs. Launched as a scheme in 2015, the Government plans to issue these cards to 14 crore farmers.
Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare signed a MoU with CSC SPV in December 2016, to engage CSCs in the Soil Health Card scheme. During 2016-17, 1.24 lakh farmer registrations have taken place through CSCs across 23 States.

e-District
Districts are the de facto front-end of government. The e-District project has been conceptualized to improve the experience of G2C interactions for citizens at the districts through seamless delivery of various services like certificates, licences, Ration Card, disbursement of social welfare pensions, online filing of RTI, land registration, land records, Government taxes, utility bill payments, etc.
e-District services of 11 States and 3 Union Territories are available on Digital Seva portal. These States/ UTs are: Assam, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Tripura, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Puducherry. During 2016-17, 40.51 lakh transactions have been made on Digital Seva portal for e-District services.

Election Commission Services
The Election Commission of India, in its endeavour to improve enrolment and correct data errors in the electoral rolls for hassle free elections, has partnered with CSC SPV for delivery of various electoral registration forms and EPIC printing through CSCs. So far, the Electoral Registration Management System (ERMS) of Tripura, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Haryana, and Maharashtra have been integrated with Digital Seva Portal.
During 2016-17, CSCs have 34,780 Electoral Registration Forms in these nine States, where as 56.18 lakh EPIC have been printed and delivered through the CSC network in these nine States.
Business to Citizen

Mobile Recharge
Mobile Recharge of all the 14 Telecom Service Providers can be done through the Digital Seva Portal. This service connects with the Telecom Service Providers to enable customers recharge their mobile real time. The payments can be made through the e-wallet available through the Digital Seva Portal.

Mobile Bill payments
Mobile Bill payments of 8 Telecom Service Providers can be done through the Digital Seva Portal. This service connects with the Telecom Service Providers to enable customers to pay their mobile bills real time.

DTH Recharge
Dish TV Recharge of all six DTH operators can be done through the Digital Seva Portal.
Financial Inclusion

Digital Finance Inclusion, Awareness & Access:
Lack of awareness of digital financial literacy, especially among the rural population is a major challenge in the country, more so in light of the demonetization by the Government and plans to make India a cashless economy. There was an urgent need to create awareness among the citizens, especially in rural and semi-urban areas regarding digital financial services. Under the “Digital Finance for Rural India: Creating Awareness and Access through CSC’s” project launched by the Government in November 2016, CSCs were enabled to host awareness sessions on government policies and digital finance options available for rural citizens as well as enabling various mechanisms of digital financial services such as such as IMPS, UPI, Bank PoS machines, etc. The project was conducted in a campaign mode by CSC SPV till March 2017. CSC SPV was entrusted with the responsibility of registering of 100 lakh citizens and enablement of 25 lakh small merchants under this programme. Till March 2017, CSC SPV registered more than 2 crore citizens and enabled around 21 lakh merchants.

‘VLE Bazaar’ – A rural e-commerce venture
VLE Bazaar is an online market platform dedicated to unique Indian handicrafts and cottage products which are handmade, ethnic, organic and natural. It aims to unleash the potential of rural economy to address lack of decent jobs and reliable income, low productivity, informality, ineffective organization, and to encourage participation of rural people in decision-making. VLE Bazaar is working to bridge the gap and provide that much-needed platform between rural artisans and urban consumers. Products procured are specialty of the particular region with an element of traditional knowledge, local art, modern technology and design inputs. VLE Bazaar aim is to develop craft based enterprises and explore new and commercially sustainable models of livelihood generation.
VLE Bazaar catalogue includes:
  Products from TERI- The Energy And Resource Institute
  Leather products
  Publications
  Jute Bags from West Bengal
  Organic India products
  Stoves & Solar LED
  Pulses and spices
  Pickles
  Himcraft products
  Organic Tea
  SOCHE NGO handmade products
  Shawls from Uttarakhand and Nagaland
  Agra Shoes
  Madhubani Paintings
  Handicrafts Jute items from West Bengal
 Saffron and Kahwa from JK

Skill Development:
CSC SPV has initiated skill development courses with the vision of -
  Providing the skill training to youth in rural areas
  Getting them certified, and
 Making them eligible for suitable employment opportunities or to be self-employed.

Initiatives under skill development:
 Skilling of Persons with Disability (PwDs)
 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) under PMKVY

CSCs as GST Suvidha Provider:
Goods and Services Tax (GST) is the new system of taxation in India which has merged many individually applied taxes into a single tax. It was introduced as the Constitution (One Hundred and First Amendment) Act 2016, following the passage of Constitution 101st Amendment Bill.

GST is a comprehensive indirect tax on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods and services throughout India to replace taxes levied by the central and state governments.

Although the GST system will have a G2B portal for taxpayers to access the GST systems, GST Suvidha Provider or GSP is one of the methods of interacting with the GST system. The taxpayer via GST Suvidha Provider, which will provide all user interfaces and convenience via desktop, mobile and other interfaces, will be able to interact with the GST system.

CSC SPV has taken the initiative of becoming a GST Suvidha Provider. All CSCs across the country would act as GST Suvidha Provider and will help merchants in filing taxes under the new regime and also provide necessary training and support services to people.

Banking:
In 2010, the Reserve bank of India (RBI) issued guidelines to Banks for delivery of financial services through the CSCs to bring citizens in rural areas under the ambit of financial inclusion. CSC SPV has since partnered with 42 public and private sector banks and regional rural banks to leverage its last mile network to bring the unbanked, especially marginalized communities and women under banking. Under this partnership,CSCs across the country can become Business Correspondent Agents / Customer Service Points to deliver banking facilities to citizens, such as:

 Opening of Accounts (Manual)
  Opening of Accounts (eKYC)
  Money Deposit
  Money Withdrawal
  Balance enquiry
 Recurring/Term Deposit
During 2016-17, banking services of 36 banks – 23 PSU Banks and 13 Rural Banks - have been made available through 11,940 BC Points across the country.During the financial year, 382.71 lakh transactions worth Rs. 5,70,163.61 lakh were done by these BCs.
During 2016-17, 1,26,309 VLEs have registered under Digi Pay service. Around 28.351 lakh successful transactions have been made at CSCs under Digi Pay to withdraw Rs. 17,901.89 lakh.

Insurance Service :
CSC SPV acquired license from the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) in 2013 to work as an authorized intermediary to market life and non-life insurance products through the Rural Authorised Persons, i.e. the VLEs. CSCs started offeringGeneral, Health and Life Insurance policies to rural investors. So far, 36 insurance companies have come on board to offer various insurance policies through CSCs. CSCs have also started offering motor third party insurance to its rural customers.
Sale of New Policies:During 2016-17, 40,016 RAP VLEs sold new insurance policies, both life and non-life, to 2,15,677 new customers and collected premium worth Rs. 2389.57 lakh from those customers.
Collection of Renewal Premium:CSCs across the country can also collect insurance premium towards renewal of life insurance policies. During 2016-17, around 40,000 CSCs have been engaged in renewal of life insurance policies of 18 insurance companies. During the year, these RAPs have collected renewal premium worth Rs. 31,026.36 lakh from existing 8,31,710 life insurance policy holders.

Jan Suraksha Schemes:
In 2015, theGovernment launched three special insurance and pension schemes for citizens, especially from the unorganized sector and marginalized communities. VLEs working as BCAs can offer the three social security schemes – Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY), Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY) to citizens. The Punjab National Bank has agreed to extend APY enrolments of their account holders through CSCs across the country.

Pension Service:
The National Pension System (NPS) is a voluntary, defined contribution retirement savings scheme designed to enable the subscribers to make optimum decisions regarding their future through systematic savings during their working life. NPS seeks to inculcate the habit of saving for retirement amongst the citizens. It is an attempt towards finding a sustainable solution to the problem of providing adequate retirement income to every citizen of India.

NPS is based on a unique Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN) which is allotted to each Subscriber upon joining NPS. NPS accumulates savings into subscribers PRA while he is working and using the accumulations at retirement to procure a pension for the rest of his life. NPS service has been launched through CSCs since April 2017.

Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY):
Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) is a comprehensive, yield based crop insurance scheme of the Government which aims to provide financial support to farmers suffering crop loss/damage arising out of unforeseen events. The scheme cover crop losses due to –
  Prevented Sowing / planting risk
  Non preventable risks like Drought, Dry spells, Flood, Inundation, Pest and Disease, natural fire and lightning, storm, cyclone, typhoon, tempest, hurricane and tornado etc
  Post harvest losses
 Localized calamities – due to hailstorm, land slide and inundation Crop Insurance has been launched in 2017 for farmers through CSC SPV network in partnership with Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company.
Education Services

NDLM-DISHA:
The Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY), under Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, initiated a Scheme for IT Mass literacy in 2014. The first phase of the programme, called National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM), was launched in August 2014 to provide basic digital literacy to 10 lakh citizens in select blocks of each State/UT by covering one person from every digitally illiterate household. The second phase of the programme, named as Digital Saksharata Abhiyan (DISHA) was initiated in December 2014 with the objective of providing basic digital literacy training to 42.50 lakh citizens. Grassroots government functionaries like ASHA and Anganwadi workers and authorized ration dealers were also covered under this scheme. CSc SPV achieved the targets under the NDLM-DISHA scheme by October 2016, much ahead of the project deadline. Over 100 lakh citizens were registered under the scheme for digital literacy training, of which 87.68 lakh were trained and 53.46 lakh certified.

Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDISHA):
Following the successful implementation of NDLM-DISHA scheme, Government of India launched a new digital litracy scheme in February 2017, specifically targeted at rural areas of the country. ‘Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDISHA)’ envisages digital literacy training to six crore citizens in rural areas, thereby reaching out to 40% of rural households by covering one member from every digitally unskilled household. CSC SPV has been engaged as the Implementing Agency for the scheme.

Cyber Gram Yojana:
Cyber Gram Yojana is part of the Multi-Sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) being implemented by the Ministry of Minority Affairs. Under this programme, basic digital literacy training is imparted to students from minority community, 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 the period, 1.88 lakh Madrasa students have been registered under this programme, of which 1.55 lakh have been trained and 1.43 lakh certified.

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

Legal Literacy Programme:
CSC SPV partnered with the Department of Justice under the Ministry of Law & Justice and UNDP in February 2015 to implement the Legal Literacy Programme through 50 CSCs in Palamu, Garhwa and Latehar districts of Jharkhand. The programme was aimed at providing training to citizens, especially from marginalized communities on legal rights and duties. Following Jharkhand, the project was extended to Rajasthan in November 2015, where 2,000 VLEs across 32 districts participated.

Other Education Courses:
NIELIT Courses: National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) is an autonomous scientific society under MeitY that provides professional education through non-formal sector. CSCs provide facilitation services for students of NIELIT, such as:
• Online Registration/ Fee Collection of Students
• Online Examination Form Submission
• Printing of Exam Admit Card

CSC BCC Course:
In an effort to achieve basic computer literacy in an inclusive manner, CSC SPV provides the Basic Computer Course (BCC) with emphasis on hands-on training. The programme equips a person to use computers in professional and personal space.
National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Service: The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and CSC SPV have partnered to provide facilitation services for NIOS students. Under this partnership, CSCs can promote open schooling in rural India, register students, pay registration and examination fee, provide admission status and declare results.
Online English Speaking Course (GOLS): CSC SPV has partnered with Gurukul Online Learning Solution (GOLS) to provide the ‘Online English Speaking Course’, which is targeted at the rural youth to teach them English in a simple and interactive way.

Learn English:
Learn English is an English language course which delivers supplementary learning. The course content is certified by the British Council and is specially designed to learn English easily.

Tally Certified Programme:
Tally Certified Programme from Prompt Enterprise is a two-month course, designed to learn Tally ERP9 though e-content.

Tally Kaushal Praman Patra:
Tally Education has introduced a certification on Tally ERP 9 - Tally Kaushal Praman Patra through the CSC platform. Candidates who are interested in Tally and want to pursue it as career choice can opt for this course.

Introduction to GST:
Tally has introduced a new course on GST, ‘Introduction to GST’ through the platform of CSC. This course is useful for any citizen who wants to update his/ her knowledge on GST. Sarkari Pariksha: Sarkari Pariksha is an online platform for helping students prepare for both the State and Central Government exams.
Agriculture Services

Agriculture in India has a significant history. Today, India ranks second worldwide in farm output. Agriculture and allied sectors like forestry and fisheries accounted for 13.9% of the GDP in 2012, about 60% of the total workforce. The economic contribution of agriculture to India's GDP is steadily declining with the country's broad-based economic growth. Still, agriculture is demographically the broadest economic sector and plays a significant role in the overall socio-economic fabric of India.

Per 2010 FAO world agriculture statistics, India is the world's largest producer of many fresh fruits and vegetables, milk, major spices, select fresh meats, select fibrous crops such as jute, several staples such as millets and castor oil seed. India is the second largest producer of wheat and rice, the world's major food staples. India is also the world's second or third largest producer of several dry fruits, agriculture-based textile raw materials, roots and tuber crops, pulses, farmed fish, eggs, coconut, sugarcane and numerous vegetables. India ranked within the world's five largest producers of over 80% of agricultural produce items, including many cash crops such as coffee and cotton, in 2010. India is also one the world's five largest producers of livestock and poultry meat, with one of the fastest growth rates, as of 2011.
Health Services

Tele-health Consultations:
Derived from Greek word "Tele" meaning "distance" and Latin word "mederi" meaning "to heal”, telemedicine is the form of primary care where the patient seeks the doctor’s advice about non-emergency medical problems which don’t require doctor’s location visit. It doesn’t replace face-to-face consultation when it is needed, but complements it. In order to provide grass root level access points for health consultation among communities through digital medium, CSC is offering video based tele-consultation service throughout India at affordable rates. CSC SPV partnered with Apollo Hospitals Limited in 2014 to allow the VLEs across the country to facilitate the tele-consultations with doctors from Apollo Hospitals. In 2016, CSC SPV launched its own tele-health consultation services throughout India through Allopathic, Homeopathic and Ayurvedic doctors across the country.

Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Scheme:
Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Scheme aims at making quality medicines available at affordable prices for all, particularly the poor and disadvantaged, through exclusive outlets called ‘Jan Aushadhi Medical Stores’. The scheme is implemented by the Bureau of Pharmaceutical Public Sector Undertaking (BPPI). CSC SPV partnered with BPPI in 2015 to set up generic medicine stores under the Jan Aushadhi Scheme at the CSCs across the country.

Diagnostic Services:

Hello Health Kits:
Launched in September 2016 in collaboration with Hello Health, diagnostic kits are used to test parameters like Blood glucose, BP, ECG, BMI, Spyrometry, Pulse oximetry and Body Temperature. Hello Health kits have been piloted in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Punjab & Haryana.

3Nethra Kits:
CSC SPV has partnered with Forus Health Private Ltd (3 Nethra) for eye testing services at CSCs. The service was launched in November 2016.

Tele-medicine Remote Diagnostic Kit – Control H:
Control-H is an integrated wireless healthcare monitoring medical device that helps in monitoring Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen, body temperature, Total Cholesterol, Haemoglobin, and Blood Glucose.

Thyrocare:
CSC SPV has partnered with Thyrocare to provide diagnostic services through CSCs. Thyrocare diagnostic services have been piloted in Aurangabad, Maharashtra and VLEs can offer following diagnostic tests at affordable prices:
• Blood Test - CBC, HBA1c & TSH
• Urine Test - Urinary MA, Creatinine and Albumin/Creatinine Ratio
• Water Test - Detection of physical & chemical impurities, elements, bacteria & pesticides in water

JIVA Ayurveda Scheme:
CSC SPV has partnered with JIVA Ayurveda to bring Ayurveda consultation and over 150 Ayurvedic products to citizens through the CSC network. The service was launched in July 2016 in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. JIVA Ayurveda product sale is now live in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, apart from northern Indian states.

Health Homeo :
CSC SPV has launched a new service called Health Homeo package, which contains the following:
 9 doctor consultations via video call.
  Treatment for unlimited diseases and health problems throughout the year and unlimited German medicines for the patient for one year.
  No courier charges for up to six couriers of medicines; after six deliveries.
  Free Homoeopathic Family First Aid kit.
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Digitize India Platform

Your Chance to Build India - DIGITIZE INDIA PLATFORM (DIP)
A Digital India Initiative Implemented by CSC e-Governance Services India Pvt Ltd. Participate in Digitize India Initiative & Get Paid

Background
DIP is an initiative of Government of India under Digital India program to digitize physical records and reduce piles of papers stored in record rooms or offices of Government, Government organizations and even non-Governmental private organizations. It allows organizations not only to free their warehousing real estate but enables them to keep their records longer and in safer environment.

How to join the Digitize India Platform
It's a simple three step process to start earning rewards:
Step 1 - Visit digitizeindia.gov.in and registers as a user. This is as simple as creating an email account.
Step 2 - Log in with your user id/password and start digitizing.
Step 3 - Digitize India Platform will facilitate in checking the accuracy, calculating the rewards and make payment to the user/participant .

How to submit records for digitization to DIP
Any organization (Government Department/Government organization/private organization) can submit their records for digitization to CSC SPV. The records should preferably be in a scanned image format. However, organizations who wish to submit physical records will have to pay for scanning separately.

The CSC SPV helps creating template of pages being digitized and submits the template for approval of organization submitting the records for organization. The data/records are thereafter processed for digitization.
DigiPay

CSC e-Governance Services India Limited has collaborated with The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to launch Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AePS) at locations where CSC has been acting as Business Correspondent. This payment system is called as DIGIPAY.

This system facilitates disbursement of government entitlements like NREGA, social security pension, Handicapped, Old Age Pension etc of any Central or State Government institution/entity, using Aadhaar authentication service of UIDAI.

This system is based on demographic and biometric/iris information of an individual, which reduces the threat of any fraud or non-genuine activity. Aadhaar facilitate anytime, anywhere, anyhow authentication for the citizen/customer. This service is currently working on windows and Android based Laptop/Desktop/Mobile phones.
eSign

Introduction
For creating electronic signatures, the signer is required to obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) from a Certifying Authority (CA) licensed by the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) under the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000. For offering fully paperless citizen services, mass adoption of digital signature is necessary. A simple to use online service is required to allow everyone to have the ability to digitally sign electronic documents. CSC-CA is setup to cater the needs of issuance of Digital Signature Certificates for eSign services.

eSign is an online electronic signature service which can be integrated with service delivery applications to facilitate an eSign user to digitally sign a document. Using authentication of the eSign user through e-KYC service, online electronic signature service is facilitated.

Features of eSign
Save cost and timee-KYC based authenticationImprove user convenienceMandatory e-KYC idEasily apply Digital SignatureBiometric or OTP based authenticationVerifiable Signatures and SignatoryFlexible and fast integration with applicationLegally recognizedSuitable for individual business and GovernmentManaged by Licensed CAsAPI subscription ModelPrivacy concerns addressedAssured Integrity with complete audit trailSimple Signature verificationImmediate destruction of keys after usageShort validity certificatesNo concerns regarding key storage and key protection

Certification Practice Statement (CPS) captures the rights and obligations of each and every entity participating in the issuance and usage of Digital Signature Certificate. The CPS documents the basis for issuing, managing, using, suspending, activating and revoking of Digital Signature Certificates. It is intended to legally bind all parties that create, use, and validate Digital Signature Certificates within the context of the certification practices.
 
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