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17 | Creating viable business models for inclusive growth through the National Optical Fiber Network • Cost: –– Capital expenditure: Investment for setting up the electronic facility, including computer terminal, headsets, router, etc. Additionally, if a diesel generator set is required for power back up., the investment could be in the range of ~INR 3-4 lakhs 26 . Most of this infrastructure already exists at the CSCs. –– Operating expenditure: The private training service provider can bear the cost of providing the service (content, platforms, technology, certifications, etc.) • Revenue stream: The education service provider recovers the cost of service from the learners on a commercial basis • Government support: While financial support is not required from the government, soft support in the form of course endorsement would be critical for success • Benefits: –– Government: Skill-building, employment generation –– VLE/Service Center Agency: Additional income from existing infrastructure –– Third-party training service provider: New market segment • Critical success factors: –– Government endorsement to enhance the credibility of the courses and generate wider employment options –– Uninterrupted connectivity –– Relevant content (Certain skills, such as carpentry, electrical repair, plumbing, etc., need hands-on training. Although critical in generating employment, training on these skills cannot be delivered online) –– Placement assistance Recommendations • Gram Panchayats can increase awareness about the benefits of ICT and facilitate access to village infrastructure. The Gram Panchayats could have a larger role in extending fiber access from Gram Panchayats to the school premises • Scale can be increased through collaboration between Gram Panchayats and the private service provider. This would translate into lower cost per student and higher teacher productivity as multiple remote sessions between master teacher and students could be run in different villages at the same time • Government endorsement of vocational training courses delivered online would increase uptake and enhance employment options for rural youth • Viability gap funding support from the Government will be a key facilitator for setting up and running interactive learning courses at rural schools. –– Channeling funds through existing public education schemes can be considered by re-allocating a greater percentage of funds for ICT-related spend. Integrated planning for the various Government education schemes could be explored for this purpose. • Collaboration between education service providers and the private sector (potential employers) for designing and imparting relevant courses and also placement support; this could result in higher demand for these courses. Source: KPMG analysis 26 NOTE: The number may vary depending on the actual equipment being deployed

Creating viable business models for inclusive growth through the National Optical Fiber Network | 18 Business Models Healthcare Universal Health Coverage Ensuring equitable access for all Indian citizens, resident in any part of the country, regardless of income level, social status, gender, caste or religion, to affordable, accountable, appropriate health services of assured quality (promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative) as well as public health services addressing the wider determinants of health delivered to individuals and populations, with the Government being the guarantor and enabler, although not necessarily the only provider, of health and related services. Improving healthcare in rural India is one of the priority areas for the Government of India. The 12th Five-Year Plan intends to raise healthcare expenditure (Center and State allocation combined) from 1.3 per cent of GDP in FY12 to 2.5 per cent of GDP by FY17 27 . The Planning Commission also aims to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2022 28 and the Government intends to achieve this in collaboration with the private sector (including NGOs and non-profits). Chart 5: Health Ministry Budgets (2008-09 – 2011-12) Note: Figures in INR crores; The figures in () rpresent the difference between budget and revised estimates Source: Union Budget and Economic Survey (www.indiabudget.nic.in) Source: The Planning Commission 27 Business Today 28 Planning Commission

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