PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that the Government is committed to expanding the Citizen Service Centre project further by setting up CSCs in the remaining four talukas, namely Dharbandora, Bicholim, Mormugao, and Tiswadi.
“The Government of Goa is committed to expanding the Citizen Service Centre project further by setting up CSCs in the remaining four talukas, namely Dharbandora, Bicholim, Murmagoa, and Tiswadi. This step will help in reaching out to more people in these areas, ensuring that they have access to essential government services at their doorstep,” said CM Sawant
He further said that this would undoubtedly help to bridge the gap between the government and the citizens by providing accessible and reliable services.
“So far, more than 5.5 lakh services have been delivered to the public through this platform for 35 unique departmental services, including; revenue services, registration/renewals services of the Labour Department, etc. and in the future many more useful services would be added”, he added
Sawant said that it addition to the new CSC, and in furtherance of the Azadi ka Amrit Mohatsav, the Department of ITE&C would create 75 Wi-Fi hotspots in villages.
” This will have a significant positive impact on the local communities. These hotspots shall enable access to information, education, and healthcare resources, as well as facilitate economic development by connecting locals to online marketplaces and e-commerce platforms,” he added
Minster of ITE&C stated that the Government is confident that the launch of the new CSC at Pernem and the free WiFi hotspots will greatly benefit the people of Goa and contribute to the state’s development and encouraged citizens to take advantage of these services to build a more digitally inclusive and connected Goa.