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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Digital Revolution in Villages In Gujarat, 22 services like affidavits, certificates and examples will be provided to the villages, CM launches digital service bridge

The power to affidavit for various services will now be given to the Notary-Taluka Magistrate as well as the Talati Minister of the Gram Panchayat.

  • Citizens will now be able to easily access services at the Gram Panchayat level through the Digital Service Bridge.
  • The digital service bridge will pave the way for more than 18,000 villages in the state to become a global village with a modern village.
  • So far 32961 km underground optical fiber network has covered 7692 gram panchayats in 23 districts, connected to each state data center.

The state government has decided to launch 22 different services like affidavits, samples and certificates in the state from October 8. These services will be started in two thousand gram panchayats covering the digital service bridge at the primary stage. 

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Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will inaugurate the service on October 8. The Chief Minister is determined to cover more than 8,000 gram panchayats in this digital service bridge by December 2020. Rural citizens will not have to rush to the taluka-district headquarters for day-to-day services or certificates, for example, will save time and cost of transportation.

In the panchayat itself, Rs. Sample caste certificates including income will be available at a fee of Rs

From Gram Panchayat Seva Kendra-Gram Panchayat office now, services like enrollment, enrollment or correction or getting duplicate ration card in services of ration card, services like income proof, senior citizen proof, criminal certificate, caste certificates only from Rs. Will get a nominal fee. 

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The Chief Minister has also taken a radical decision to expand the scope of this digital service bridge and also to ensure that rural citizens do not have to go to the notary in the taluka level or town district for affidavit-affidavit for such instances. Powers will be given to the Gram Panchayat Talati cum Minister at the village level to affidavit the affidavit as per the provisions of Section-3 of the Oaths Act, 1969.

At the village level, Seva Setu was started in the Panchayat itself

The Chief Minister launched the 'Seva Setu' program in 2016 with a historic decision to provide planned benefits to the people on the basis of transparency, decisiveness, sensitivity and progressiveness of the four pillars of good governance with a people-oriented approach and the common man at the center.

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A team of officers goes to a cluster of 8 to 10 villages on a fixed day

The Chief Minister has made a cluster of 8 to 10 villages in this service bridge program.

Experiment of One Day Governance in Gujarat

Home services have been provided to 2 crore people-citizens under the direction of the Chief Minister by organizing more than 12800 such service bridge phases across the state. The Gujarat experiment of this One Day Governance is becoming an excellent and exemplary example in the public interest service project across the country.

Gram Panchayats paired with fiber network in the state

He said that the state's science and technology department has taken a new initiative of digital transformation by connecting the gram panchayats with fiber network and launching a new approach of digital service bridge under BharatNet project. The system has evolved. Gujarat has developed this system in the whole country and India has been leading in the country in Net Phase-2.

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Internet facility of 100 MBPS speed to 7692 gram panchayats

Connections will be provided through optical fiber network to make 100 MBPS high speed internet easily available in the villages of the state. So far 7692 gram panchayats of 23 districts have been covered by 32961 km underground optical fiber network. Not only that, every gram panchayat is connected to the state data center. The Chief Minister has adopted the innovative concept of making the village a mini secretariat in this digital service bridge.

E-Sign will allow people to keep certificates in their mobile phones

Vijay Rupani also took the approach of approving services through e-sign instead of physical sign in future so that the common man of the village can also get the certificate of services he needs at any time, anywhere or anywhere in his mobile phone. Is. As a result, once the services are approved, they will be available directly in the person's Digi Locker. By integrating these entire services with other departments in the future, DG Locker can be made a more capable platform under this digital service bridge.


People will be able to get the facility at home without going to the government office

As a result, Rupani's mantra of minimum government, maximum governance will get more force, human interface in government offices will be reduced and 100 per cent face lash and paper lash working system will be implemented in Gujarat. The Chief Minister's technology-based public welfare project Digital Service Bridge will pave the way for more than 18,000 villages in the state to become a Global Village along with a Modern Village.

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