Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDISHA)

Prime Minister’s Rural Digital Education Campaign is a dynamic and integrated platform for digital literacy awareness, education and capacity programs that will help rural communities to participate fully in the global digital economy. PMGDISHA’s focus is on making the technology central to enable changes.

The PMGDISHA examination for “Direct Candidates” has been implemented for all the general candidates who want to get the PMGDISHA certificate. There is no need for candidates to undergo any special training or to contact any training partner for this examination. Register directly as a candidate The applicant must do electronic KYC and agree to the terms and conditions for becoming a beneficiary in the PMGDISHA scheme. The data of the candidates will be shared with the exam agencies only for the purpose of certification. If a candidate wants to separate himself from himself, then e-KYC will not share the data for issuing a CSC certificate. Such data can only be stored for audit purpose according to program guidelines.

PMGDISHA Objective

In the Prime Minister’s Rural Digital Campaign, State / UT, in rural areas, there is a plan to make 60 million people literally literate, covering approximately 40% of rural families by covering one member from each eligible household till March 31, 2020 is.

This scheme provides training to citizenry in rural areas to operate computer or digital access devices (like tablets, smart phones, etc.), sending and receiving e-mails, browsing the Internet, finding government services, searching for information, Digital payment will be strengthened by training. Etc. and therefore enable them to use information technology and related applications, especially to participate in the process of digital payment nation building actively. The purpose of the scheme is to reduce the digital divide, especially in the margins of the society like scheduled caste (scheduled caste) / scheduled tribe (ST), minority, below poverty line (BPL), women and differently-handicapped persons and minorities. Targeting rural population, including sections of . In order to register as a candidate, the applicant has to make electronic KYC and agree to the term and condition. Training data will be shared with the examination agencies and for the training center for the certification purpose. This scheme is applicable only for rural areas of the country.

PMGDISHA Eligibility

  • Entry criteria Beneficiary should be digitally illiterate
  • Only one person per eligible household for training will be considered
  • Age Group: 14 – 60 years
  • Non-smartphone users, Antodaya home, college dropout, Participants of the adult literacy mission
  • Priority will be given to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, BPL, Women, Individuals and Minorities
  • The beneficiaries will be identified by the CSC-SPV with active cooperation with the DGS, Gram Panchayats and Block Development Officers. The list of such beneficiaries will be made available on the plan portal.
  • The implementation of the scheme will be done with the cooperation of the States / Union Territories under the overall supervision of the Electronics / IT Ministry, through their designated state implementing agencies, District e-Governance Society (DGS) etc.

Training process

The training program is for 20 hours, which is to be completed in minimum 10 days and maximum 30 days.

Training partner

This scheme envisages the affiliated institutions like NGOs / Institutions / Corporates, who are willing to provide digital literacy training as a training partner with the CSC-SPV under the fulfillment of the laid norms. Symbolic norms are as follows: –

  • A training partner should be an organization registered in India, conducting business in the field of education / IT literacy for more than three years and the permanent income tax account number (PAN) and accounts of at least three years of accounts Happen.
  • The institution / organization should be registered under any law in India, for example, in case of a company, it should be registered with the Registrar of Companies, in the case of society, it should be registered with the Registrar of Societies and so on etc. .
  • Partners must have procedures covering clearly defined objectives, well-documented procedures and full range of education / IT literacy training.

PMGDISHA role of training partner

  • A training partner will be responsible for the appointment or appointment of training centers in identified districts / blocks / village panchayats, who will provide digital literacy training to the beneficiaries.
  • A training partner will be responsible for ensuring that training centers adhere to the PMGDISHA requirements.
  • A training partner will be accountable for monitoring the overall functioning of the centers coming under its scope.
  • A training partner will be liable for accurate and timely reporting of the work that is mentioned to the centers.

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