Government recognises - Sahaj

Government recognises - Sahaj

March 2011SetuVol III • Issue 3 TMBRINGING BUSINESS, EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT TO RURAL INDIAUnder the aegis of the National e-Governance Plan of Govt. of IndiaGovernment recognises

Content02CEO Speaks12 Sundarbans15 Capacity Building's Diary18 Sahaj Suswasthya20 Fun Fundaa03Top VLEs22 External Window04Other Successful VLEs24 Sahaj Scape05News25 :List of Job Vacancies06 Cover Story

etuVol III • Issue 3 TMBRINGING BUSINESS, EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT TO RURAL INDIASUnder the aegis of the National e-Governance Plan of Govt. of IndiaEDITORIALCoordinating Editor:Bhavna Shah ChatterjeeArt- Editor:Subimal SahaAsst. Art-Editing:Suman Das & Niladri BanerjeeIn a national report of 32 states & union territories submitted by A.C.Nielsen, it was suggested that in rural India 48.3% of householdsspend less than an average of 1638/- per month. They went on to saythat 27.09% of the population lies Below Poverty Line. Interestinglyenough, the findings of their survey indicated that in an average ruralhousehold, 26% is spent on agricultural inputs, and 36% on domesticexpenditures. The other items on which the households spendinclude medical expenses (9%) – mostly on common illnesses (4%)and on some major medical expenses in the last 2-3 years (3%) –although all the cost may not be incurred as monthly cost, but as avariable expense over the months. The average expenditure ontransportation costs is 10% of the total expenditure. Expenses onschool education form 3% of the total expenses, while that on collegeeducation and tuitions are 1% each. Communication forms 2% ofhousehold expenditure, while the expenditure on entertainment islow at 1%. The expenditure on social functions and obligations is 3%,the same as that on interest on loans.It was important to bring to your notice the findings above, becausethis issue is an ode to the thousands of Village Level Entrepreneurs allaround, who set examples everyday. In a society where computers &internet were alien concepts, these true citizens brought about the ITwave – a wave of change, a wave of growth, a wave of convenience.Another survey by the same group shows that today, an average ruralcitizen wants to spend a substantial part of his income towards theeducation of his/her children. The seeds of aspiration have beensown. And one cannot deny the major contribution of these VillageLevel Entrepreneurs in bringing this paradigm shift about.Every passing day sees these dedicated souls turning into harbingers ofjoy & hope in their communities. Their presence is now so strongly feltin the society, that people in the communities they cater to, look up tothem every time they need support or suggestions. In the truestmanifestation of the term, these “ambassadors of social change”find a new way to touch people’s lives for the better, every day. TheDepartment of Information Technology, GoI has recognized thecontribution of a few such society transforming VLE-s & wouldcontinue to do so in the future too.Published by :Department of Marketing CommunicationsSrei Sahaj e-Village Limitedwww.sahajcorporate.comSetu has taken time off this time to bring their stirring stories to itsreaders. We salute their grit & their will to do good.Hope you enjoy reading this compilation of dreams, of aspirations, ofcourage. Do not forget to leave your comments Setu • March 20111

CEO SpeaksFriends, I would like to take this opportunity to share with you some recentdevelopments which are both encouraging and motivating. These developmentsindicate that all stakeholders in the area of e-Governance are fast realising the strengthof the CSC network and looking at opportunities to utilize it to deliver major e-Governance initiatives.I would start with my experiences at the 14th National e-Governance Conference,held in Aurangabad on 10-11 of February 2011. Organised jointly by UnionGovernment and Government of Maharashtra, the theme of the conference was "Rurale-Service Delivery: Status and Challenges”. The conference aimed at taking stock ofthe e-Governance infrastructure in rural India, as well as paying tribute to those whohave played an important role in building it up. Representatives of Government as wellas the private sector from different parts of the country to Aurangabad participated inthe conference. His Excellency Governor Shri K. Sankaranarayanan, Mr. Kapil Sibal,Hon'ble, Union Cabinet Minister, and Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. PrithvirajChavan, were amongst some of the important dignitaries present on the inaugural day.In inviting a number of Managing Directors and CEOs of companies involved in the ITsector and e-Governance, the Government openly acknowledged the fact that the private sector has a key role to play indevelopment of the e-Governance network, giving further credence to the PPP Model adopted by the Government for the CSCScheme.The most encouraging aspect of the Conference this year was that for the first time the Government decided to honour Village LevelEntrepreneurs who are an indispensable and integral part of the CSC Scheme. Department of Information Technology (DIT),Government of India, decided to felicitate 25 best performing VLEs with a monetary reward of Rs 10,000 each. The choice of bestperforming VLEs to be felicitated was made by DIT on the basis of the objective criterion of the uptime performance, as per dataobtained from the Online Monitoring Tool (OMT). The VLEs were shortlisted as per the uptime status of CSCs for the periodbetween August 1, 2010-January 19, 2011 (i.e. 172 days).It gives me great pleasure to share with you the information that of the 25 VLEs facilitated, 08 (eight) are members of Team Sahaj,from Orissa, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.I would like to draw attention to the fact that the selection of VLEs was made by DIT based on 'OMT uptime'. It, therefore, followsthat OMT registration and up-time has become a very important indicator of success of CSCs and VLEs and, that in future alsorewards and recognition will be based on this criterion. I would, thus, like to use this platform and this occasion to urge upon theState Heads, their teams as well as the VLEs themselves to ensure that OMT registration of their CSC is complete and that they log onto it at least once a day.Let me also share some more good news with you. We, at Sahaj, have undertaken a massive campaign for building pressure on theCentral and the State Governments for expediting routing of G2C services through the CSC. We are proactively trying to obtainwork relating to implementation of some big-ticket Government programmes like the Unique Identification (UID) programme andthe Financial Inclusion programme (CSCs to act as Banking Correspondent). In both these programmes, the VLEs will have a verysignificant role to play. You would be glad to know that the UID programme has already been launched as a pilot in Vellore district ofTamilnadu and we are launching a pilot enabling 263 VLEs to act as BC agents across 55 districts in the State of Assam, UttarPradesh, Tamil Nadu, Orissa and West Bengal, We hope that in due course we will be able to spread the UID and BC work to mostof our CSCs. In addition, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority has already enrolled Sahaj as an Aggregator for itsSwavalamban Pension Scheme, aimed at providing an old-age security network for economically weak workers from theunorganised sector. This will benefit the poor in the rural areas and at the same time generate work for the CSCs and revenue for theVLEs. We shall launch the scheme on a Pan-India level, very soon.You will agree with me that things are finally looking up as far as implementation of G2C services and Government programmesthrough CSCs is concerned. Let us pool all our resources and make each of these programmes a great success. Meanwhile, havefaith, keep your chin up and keep the Sahaj flag flying high.Mrs. Meena ChaturvediCEOSrei Sahaj e-Village Ltd.Sahaj Setu • March 2011 2

Top VLEs(across Sahaj States)AssamVLE Name Income (in )Jamini Phukan 64998.00Business, Education & GovernmentSiba Rajbonshi 36240.50BiharVLE Name Income (in )Pranay Kumar 23911.00Rajesh Tiwari 22882.00OdishaVLE Name Income (in )Sudhansu Kr. Sahoo 36637.68Alladini Padhee 31815.81Tamil NaduVLE Name Income (in )Kumaresan R 144624.48Manivannan K 56731.24Uttar PradeshVLE Name Income (in )Arun Kumar Verma 33185.87Anuj Kumar 26207.16West BengalVLE Name Income (in )Farid Rahaman 46164.16Rahidul Momin 35789.36Services Available• Digital photography• ROR• NREGA data collection• Government formsubmission• Birth / Death certificate• Agricultural soil testing• Life & Non-LifeInsurance service• e-Learning• IGNOU highereducation• Electricity bill collection• Telephone bill collection• Mobile top-ups• DTH Recharge andBooking• Mobile Value-AddedServices• Railway reservation• Two wheeler booking• - Job Portal• Matrimonial serviceFuture Services• e-Commerce• Agricultural diagnostics• Distance education• Postal service• Infotainment• IEC (Information, Educationand Communication)Sahaj Setu • March 20113

Other Successful VLEsRanu BalamandalBongaigaon, AssamIncome from Online Services:IRCTC: 85.215DLF Pramerica Insurance: 19297NICL: 1290.25Microsoft Package: 2700Typo Lesson: 600Tally ERP: 2000Total Income: 25973.00Indra KumarMuzaffarpur, BiharIncome from Online Services:Basic Computers DeskTop: 4200.00IRCTC: 4.49Oxigen Mobile Top up: 0.79DLF PramericaLife Insurance: 9649.92Microsoft Package: 5400.00Total Income: 19255.00Sukanta Kr. DashKoraput, OdishaIncome from Online Services:IRCTC: 4.49Oxigen Mobile Top up: 0.76DLF PramericaLife Insurance: 25547.04DTH: 6.9Total Income: 25559.00Mohammed AliKrishnagiri, Tamil NaduIncome from Online Services:Basic Computers DeskTop: 21000.00IRCTC: 26.91Oxigen Mobile Top up: 66.4NICL : 194.75DTH: 160.27Total Income: 21448.00Veer Bahadur SahniGorakhpur, Uttar PradeshIncome from Online Services:IRCTC: 4.485Oxigen Mobile Top up: 1.04DTH: 0.5DLF Pramerica Renewal: 24500Total Income: 24506.03Bela ChakrabortyDakshin Dinajpur, West BengalIncome from Online Services:WBSEDCL: 147.5IRCTC: 44.85Oxigen Mobile Top up: 11.99DLF ParmericaLife Insurance: 24000NICL: 160DTH: 1.7DLP Pramerica Renewal: 7000Bharat Matrimony: 20.25Total Income: 31386.29Sahaj Setu • March 20114

NewsDIT felicitates Sahaj VLEs with NeGP AwardsMr. Ganesh Panda of Charbahal, Kalahandi, Mr. Thakurmeher of Bausuni, Baud and Jachindra Nath, Mr. BiswalKorua from Jagatsinghpur.First CSC of the Nilgiris at ErumaduDepartment of Information Technology felicitated 25 bestperforming VLEs with a monetary reward of Rs 10,000each during the 14th National e-Governance Conferenceat Aurangabad on February 10-11, 2011. Out of the best25 VLEs that DIT short listed, 8 were Sahaj VLEs. Thechoice of best performing VLEs had been on the basis ofobjective criterion such as the uptime performance (asper data from the Online Monitoring Tool or OMT). TheVLEs were shortlisted as per the uptime status of CSCs forthe period between August 1, 2010-January 19, 2011 (i.e.172 days).Sahaj Odisha team creates awareness in schoolsThe first Common Service Centre (CSC) of the Nilgiris, ane-district at Erumadu near Gudalur was inaugurated bythe Revenue Divisional Officer, Gudalur, Mr. S.Dhanasekaran. Among those present was the JointRegistrar of Cooperative Societies, the Nilgiris, Dayalan.Mr. Vinod Kuriakose representing the Srei Sahaj E-VillageLtd., said that under the national e-governance plan of theGovernment of India 14 CSCs have to be established inthe Nilgiris.Sahaj VLE organises a Sahaj Krishak Samadhan Seminarin Uttar PradeshOn the eve of Republic Day, Srei Sahaj's Odisha teamconducted an awareness programme called “SchoolChale Hum”in few schools in the state. Sahaj VLE Srikant Singh of Kashi Vidyapith block in Uttarentrepreneurs carried this activity in schools where they Pradesh arranged a Sahaj Krishak Samadhan Seminar atconducted essay and general knowledge competition for Suswahi village on 25th December 2010. In the seminarthe students. Top three winners of the competition were Srikant discussed about Sahaj's crop insurance, health andawarded a Sahaj certificate. VLEs who participated in the life insurance services that are available from the Commoninitiative were Mr. Laxmikant Meher of Dahaita Baragarh, (continued on page 11)Sahaj Setu • March 20115

Cover StoryGet their due recognitionsMeeting Manish Khatri, a proud Sahaj entrepreneur from Sitapur,Uttar Pradesh, can be a surreal experience. Here he was, on a finewinter evening in Uttar Pradesh, sitting on a chair at his CSC. Cladin kurta and pyjama, he looked well dressed and well maintained.His CSC is located strategically right on the highway with less or nocrowd. It is in such an area that Manish has been operating his CSCfor the last two and a half years. His rapport with nearby villagershas enabled him to create a niche for himself.“There is no question in my mind thatwe would not have achieved all that wehave today, if we had not had Sahaj'ssupport.”Mohanish Ranjan, Gazipur, Uttar PradeshToday, Manish is a familiar name to the villagers. Manish's CSC provides a comprehensive range of services – insurance,mobile top up, railway reservation, number of government certificates, e-learning, etc. Manish recollects, “In the initialdays, survival was a question. I was kind of depressed and doubtful if I would be able to make my stand as an entrepreneur.I am still here. I have lived up to each occasion. And this has been possible because of my belief in the CSC project and thatit is here to stay and I am one of the lucky few to be a part of this expansive project.”A resident of Hapalpur in Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh, Awdesh Verma says, “In 2008 I came to know about Sahaj JanSeva Kendra through a newspaper advertisement. I spoke to the district representative Amit Shrivastava. When I learntabout the CSC project, I was excited about the idea of becoming an entrepreneur. I have always been an enthusiastic manand I always knew how to create a positive situation even out of a difficult scenario. Now I have not only establishedmyself as a successful entrepreneur earning sufficiently to support my family but have also begun to earn respect from thesociety for providing valuable services.”Shashidhar Kr. Gupta, a resident of West Champaran, Bihar says, “As a Sahaj Village Level Entrepreneur, I have realized theimportance of developing the local economies we are a part of and have committed time and resources to do just that. It'sreassuring that I secure a decent livelihood in the process.”Sahaj Setu • March 20116

Sahaj has helped with business plans and options wedidn't know existed. I am happy to join Sahaj and changemy life.” – Pranay Kumar Aurangabad, Bihar.Preeti Singh, a budding entrepreneur from Jharsuguda,Odisha, had always desired to be computer literate and dosomething on her own. This paved the path ofentrepreneurship with Sahaj. With this desire anddetermination she started her CSC one and a half yearback. Proper training and skills development by Sahajofficials enabled her to be at par with the competitiveworld. Today not only is Preeti computer literate but also aprogressive woman entrepreneur, a woman whom hervillagers know as a good service provider with hosts ofservices at her CSC.Manmohan Prusty from Puri, Odisha was excited to receivethe honour. He says, “The remarkable and noteworthyaccomplishments that I have achieved, have been madepossible by becoming a Sahaj VLE. Thoughthere are hurdles in the way, G2C serviceshave not come, yet I put my best effort tosustain my CSC and my business with otherofferings. While I am still waiting for G2Cservices to come, I aspire to top the list ofsuccessful entrepreneurs of Sahaj andtherefore I pledge to improve myperformance and rise above.”IntroductionAurangabad marks a major landmark in Sahaj's history andthe history of Common Service Centres in India. TheDepartment of Information Technology decided tofelicitate 25 best performing Village Level Entrepreneurs(VLEs) of the CSC project across the country with theNational e-Governance Awards during the 14th National-Governance Conference held in Aurangabad, Maharashtraon February 10 and 11, 2011. DIT acknowledged anddecided to recognise the contribution of VLEs to theproject. DIT appreciated the fact that these VLEs hadunderstood the true worth of the CSC project and true totheir entrepreneurial spirit; they remained accessible andkept their establishments open for the maximum span oftime. Of the 25 Village Level Entrepreneurs who werefelicitated for the NeGP Awards, 8 VLEs belonged to Sahaj.The winners were honoured with a certificate, a cheque ofRs. 10,000 each and a memento from the Department ofInformation Technology. It couldn't get any better.“Self-confidence is the first requisite togreat undertakings. This equally holds truefor entrepreneurship. Words are notenough to express how indebted I am toSahaj. The CSC project brings with itself awonderful chance to become anentrepreneur also earn respect in thesociety. We are deeply indebted to Sahajand Sahaj's very dedicated employees.”- Dibyadarshi Biswal, Puri, OdishaSahaj Setu • March 20117

Cover StoryMeena Chaturvedi, CEO –Public Services & e-Learning,Srei Sahaj commented afterthe Conference, “The VLEswere extremely ecstatic,they were very encouragedand I think it is somethingwhich should be repeatedin the future also. It is ahuge incentive for theVLEs. Not only were theV L E s p r e s e n t w a smotivated I'm sure that itwill motivate other VLEsalso. It will give aconfidence to them thatthey government isacknowledging their rolein national building.”The 14th National e-Governance Conference, based onthe theme “Rural e-Service Delivery: Status andChallenges,” aimed at understanding the introduction andpenetration of Government services in rural areas andproviding significant ICT solutions to ensure the efficientdelivery of online services. Every year, the Department ofAdministrative Reforms and Public Grievances presentedthe National Awards for e-Governance. The purpose of theaward was to recognise and acknowledge implementationof e-governance initiatives, disseminate knowledge oneffective methods of designing and implementingsustainable e-Governance initiatives and exchangeexperiences in solving problems, mitigating risks andplanning for success. A very important departure in theConference this year was that for the first time that the VLEswere recognised and honoured.VLEs drives societal transformation throughtheir CSCsRose Noor Ali Chowdhury has his CSC in Raniganj, which isextremely undevelopedvillage in the district of Dhubri of Assam. It is sixtykilometers away from the district headquarter. Most of thepeople of this and adjacent villagers work in Gujrat, Delhi,Tamilnadu, and Mumbai. As a result, they, along with theirfamilies have to travel frequently by train. Previously, theyhad to rush to New Bongaigaon, which is 70 kilometeraway from Raniganj to book railway tickets. Now they cando it at their leisure from their own village or from adistance easily manageable. Earlier, it used to take three tofive hours to go to Bongaigaon just to buy a ticket whichwould cost Rs.100 to 150/- to travel by bus. Now thevillagers are gathering in the CSC and getting their ticketbooked and obtaining other essential information bypaying Rs.10/- only. This is a vital change in the rural life andin the life of the villagers. The local people are hopeful thatmany such services offered through the CSCs will graduallychange the rural landscape of Assam and for the VLEs alsothis would be a new beginning.The VLEs have taken charge of their lives as responsiblec i t i z e n s , e n t e r i n t osustainable relationshipsw i t h t h e i rneighbourhoods, stand asleaders and succeed increating certain niche forthemselves in the villagecommunity. The VLEsown the Sahaj CSCs andSahaj Setu • March 20118

provides services like education, soil testing, railwayreservation, electricity bill collection, jobs, etc. to the ruralpeople. While they are looked upon as a friend,philosopher and guide, the VLEs have led the process oftransformation and development, Sahaj makes sure thatthey secure standard livelihood for themselves.VLEs introduce rural citizen with new aspectsof education, making it accessible all timeIn the month of August, VLE Ram Prakash Sharma made aprofit of over Rs. 32,000 for himself. His achievement is allthe more commendable since he accomplished this evenbefore the receipt of connectivity, which will start in a shortwhile. It speaks highly of the trust that the local populacehave in Ram Prakash, and also of their enthusiasm inreceiving the best of modern education.'Our idea was to project the Janseva Kendra as an institute',says Mr. Jitendra Tripathy, the tireless compatriot of RamPrakash Sharma in realizing the plan. 'Wetried to orient the rural population towardsthe prospects of computer education,combined with personality development',states Mr. Tripathy, 'we also emphasized howtheir efforts will be awarded by degreescertified by the Government of India, and howthey can also explore job opportunities fromthe same centre and possibly walk out with ajob, if considered eligible'.'There were a few such training institutions inthe neighborhood', says Ram Prakash, 'andtheir rates are lower too, as are the standards oflearning and training'. Many people wereregistered to these centers, but after six monthsneither the trainers nor trainees had any ideawhere to go from there. There was an appallinglack of quality and direction. 'These e-Learningcourses', says Mr. Ram Prakash, 'promise muchmore'. Understanding the immense potential ofthis service, students started registering. Theinitial lot of 12 registered students comprises about sixstudents and other High School and College Pass-outs,including a few graduates.Shankar Chandra is an inspiration. Hailing from Odisha,Shankar made the best possible publication throughadvertising and marketing and in a period of just 3 monthshe was able to generate Rs. 37500 as his income.In a period of 6 months alone, Chandra Kishore Tiwarienrolled 19 students in Sahaj e-Shikhsha course. Otherfollowed league. Sudhir Kumar enrolled 13 students in 5months, Aradhana Kumari registered 11 students, whilePrem Kr. Jaiswal enrolled 10 students. All these VLEs werefrom Bihar.Lipsa Nayak, a class 8 studenbt can use the concept of flexitimings to pursue her computer education at her time. NowLipsa is the sole girl in her class to know computers and thathas brought lot of pride to her parents. Bidya Pujari, a tribalstudent, Hemachandra, Prasmsha have started their ownDTP centre after educating themselves through her Sahaje-learning course. Reeta Bahidar, the VLE to help Lisa,Bidya and others is a progressive Sahaj womenentrepreneur from Odisha.Sahaj has partnered with the Indira Gandhi National OpenUniversity (IGNOU), the largest Open University haslaunched skill development vocational programs ataffordable costs for the rural population of India. Theunique learning methodology called 'Education ThatWorks Learning System' (ETWLS) is an online mode oflearning and skill development. The unique learningsystem not only educates but in fact assesses and developsskills of the learner. There are hosts of other e-learningcourses that are meant to provide education to the ruralvillagers at affordable cost and in flexible timings.Sahaj Setu • March 20119

Cover StoryVLEs help rural people move beyond aims to generate employment for the bluecollaredworkforce in rural India. The e-learning programsare also supported by, Srei Sahaj's job portaldedicated solely to the rural population. All the learnerswho register on the portal will be guaranteed at least onejob offer. is Sahaj's rural job portal aimed atproviding sustainable livelihoods to the unskilled and semiskilledworkers in villages across West Bengal, Assam, Bihar,Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, and Tamil Nadu.Dilip Kumar Talukder Chowdhury, a promising VLE fromWest Bengal's Hooghly district worked relentlessly tospread the awareness of Chaakri portal. He devised meansand effectively carried out the promotion part. Right frommobile van campaign to distributing brochures, Dilipworked incessantly to promote Chaakri portal and drivejob-seekers to his CSC. In just a week's time 39 candidatesfrom his CSC were placed at some of the well-knownorganizations. The candidates are placed at decent salarybesides attractive benefits like ESI, PF, family medicalbenefit, bi-annual increment of salary, etc. Today peoplebrand him by the name of 'Sir', a title that confers honourand respect, since he is now perceived as job-giver amongthe local population.The rural mass secured positions not only in top Indiancompanies but MNCs as well. The companies that placetheir trust in Chaakri's candidates are India Infoline, EurekaForbes, Usha Martin, DLF Pramerica, ICICI Prudential,Peerless, etc. The portal has placed a large number of ruralcandidates in various sectors, including Banking &Financial Services Industry, Engineering & Construction,Manufacturing, etc. Some of the profiles that the portalcaters to are postions of marketing executive, carpenters,PR manager, HR manager, security guard, tailor, electrician,machinist, telemarketing executive, financial advisor,counter sales executive, boiler operator, barber,housekeeping etc. Chaakri is hence Sahaj's commitment tomitigate the ill effects of the crisis and foster a sustainablerecovery.Bringing important services and ensuringeffective participation of the rural in nationbuildingMrs. Champa Basumatary of Manikpur in Bongaigaondistrict of Assam is instrumental in playing a highlysignificant social role – bringing in e-governance and e-learning facilities at the very doorsteps of the ruralpopulace. In a period of nine months, she has notched up aprofit in excess of Rs. 42,000.R. Thejaswini of Tamil Nadu is anothersuccess story. After completing a series ofsoft ware courses, she became a Sahaj VLEin 2008. Her center provides not onlyinternet facilities for the local populace butalso provides other IT enabled services likeOxigen Top up, IRCTC Reservation, LICPremium and e-learning.Milan Nandi is a 23 years computergraduate, who has made a transaction of15 Lakhs rupees through his CommonService Centre within a time span of aquarter. On an average 100 peoplecome at the CSC to avail the services,both offline and online in which 50people regularly come for electricitybills. He very particular about regular marketing activitiesfor his Common Service Centre, like mobile van campaign,posters, banners, local cable TV ads and even ads in localnewspapers, so that the services available at his CSC likeelectricity bill submission, BSNL bill submission, railwayreservation tickets, and even e-Learning facilities should beat 'top recall' of the villagers.VLEs enables the reach of citizen centricservices within easy reach“My Sahaj Arunoday Kendra has been a one-stop solutionfor many people in my district. Today I have a chain ofSahaj Setu • March 201110

customers who look upon my CSC all kinds of services –from mobile recharge, railway tickets to insurance, utilitybill payments, etc. In spite of providing such valuableservices, my income generated was not quite sustainable.People in my districts had huge demand for Public serviceslike birth certificates, employment exchange services, andetc. We have waited for a long time for Public servicesimplementation. And now that it is here and available, itgives me immense pleasure to say that my income hasincreased. In fact, the availability of Public services hasbecome the USP of my CSC.”Dipanjali Hazarika, a women entrepreneur gave aremarkable boost to Public services delivery through herCSC in Assam. A woman VLE from Sonitpur district ofAssam has accomplished great feats by issuing 1000numbers of Government certificates (Delayed Birth,Delayed Death, Income, PRC, Electoral Roll, Next of Kincertificate, etc.) through e district portal from her CSC.Public services had a head-start beginning through Sahaj e-kiosks after overcoming implementation challenges.Till date Sahaj VLEs across the six states have issued over 2,50,000 certificates. Meena Chaturvedi, CEO – PublicServices & e-Learning says, “We have created this networkand we should not under utilise this network. We shouldensure that every bit whether it is from the business side orthe government side to make sure that we are utilisingthem.”ConclusionA Sahaj Village Level Entrepreneur is not only a serviceprovider, but an agent of change – bringing the dream oftransformation in rural India, and making thousands ofrural citizen believe that a change is possible, that the everlyingdivide between the Indian urban and the rural canindeed, be bridged. The human network of Sahaj – thepromising VLEs, is growing by day and the zeal with whichthey aim to ensure complete inclusion of the rural Indian inthe process of economic development and socialtransformation is commendable. These entrepreneurs ofSahaj are harbingers of a transition and a social transition isnever smooth. It is for these agents of change that societalchange has started taking place in the rural folds of thecountry. And it is this realisation that Sahaj takes pride in. Itis for these enterprising youth that Sahaj is a name ruralIndia compares with development, change, and betterlifestyle.News(continued from page 5)Service Centres. Approximately 100 people were present at the seminar. The people received satisfactory answers to theirqueries. It was a successful event and the audiences seemed to be quite interested about the services provided by SahajCSCs. No fee was charged to visit the seminar. Towards the end of the seminar lucky draw content was held where thewinners were given free gifts.Sahaj as PIA during at a camp organised by ORMAS in OdishaSahaj acted as one of the PIAs (Placement Implementing Agency) atPlacement-linked-Counselling Camp organised by Orissa RuralDevelopment and Marketing Society (ORMAS). The motto behindorganising the camp is to mobilise unemployed rural BPL youth from 30districts focusing on 30 Block. Each Block is required to bring 100beneficiaries to this camp that would choose different trade during thecamp. The PIAs will screen the beneficiaries for 36 trades for the trainingand placement. Till date Sahaj has already screened more than 175beneficiaries for three trades: Security Guards, Welder and Fitter. MrPrafulla Samal, Minister of Panchayat Raj Dept. inaugurated the campthat was organised at The State Institute for Rural Development (SIRD) inBhubaneswar.Sahaj Setu • March 201111

SundarbansSahaj setting a new pace in SundarbansSahaj Tathya Mitra Kendra, a stone's throwaway from their homesThe serene silence is wellbalanced by the digitalstorm raised by SahajRinki has an e-mail account.Kaliprasanna knows thatSahaj is bridging thedigital divide - literally.Like the fabled Phoenix,Sunderban is rising from thedebris - powered by Sahaj.Sahaj agri-consultancy nowhelps Nayanmani get adviceon crop diseases instantly.Sunderbans is now notjust another dot on themap.People now don't have to ferry acrossthe river for simple facilities like mobilerecharges or railway ticket booking.Photos by Akanksha ChaturvediSahaj Setu • March 201112

Rajiv Chakraborty, VLE athis CSC in PatharpratimaBlock OfficeHer future - brighter thanever before in Sahaj's arms.Sahaj team visits DebasishMaity's CSC at DurbachatiGram Panchayat.Sahaj CEO, Mrs. MeenaChaturvedi with Minoti Das,VLE - BrajaballavpurVLE's paving the path for future.The change makers - Team SahajTapan Roy Chowdhury, VLEat his CSC in PatharpratimaGram Panchayat.Editor - Financial Express discussing future initiative.Photos by Akanksha ChaturvediSahaj Setu • March 201113

SundarbansSunderbans is well known, and often for the wrong reasons. Beyond the tiger which may soon turn out to be a conceptrather than reality Sunderbans is known for the Aila, the shoddy infrastructure, the lack of power, the absence of roads,bridges. The days are pregnant with occasional sounds and the nights are eerie. There's a strange lull in the air. All thissingularly or cumulatively doesn't create the image of a particularly habitable or desirable piece of land. Sunderbans ofAmitabh Ghosh's Hungry Tide or Gautam Ghosh's Padma Nodir Majhi isn't inviting at least not a place where one wouldthink of setting up business and making money.We, alongwith Mrs Meena Chaturvedi, CEO, e-Learning and Public Services of Sahaj, Shubhomoy Chatterjee a notedcolumnist and editor, Akangsha, a very enterprising student of journalism and an ardent photographer, who has taken allthese photographs, some Sahaj colleagues decided to test ground reality. In the land of the hungry tide, we wanted toexamine how hungry our VLEs were.What we saw was unbelievable but true. We visited Sahaj centres in different locations in remote Sunderbans whichwere remarkably well maintained, perhaps among the most well maintained CSCs one has seen in 11 states in India.The infrastructure was impressive and above all VLEs were doing brisk business. Its not that they didn't have challengesbut each Sahaj VLE we met were exhibiting an uncanny knack for entrepreneurship and had etched out their ownsuccess models. They had braved the Aila and their work was inspiring to say the least. If these CSCs lacked anything,these were G2C services. We met both men and women VLEs and the only thing common among them was their beliefin themselves and a confidence would pull it off.The VLEs we met that day - Rajib Chakraborty (Brajaballavpur), Minati Das (Brajaballavpur), Tapan Roy Chowdhury(Madhabnagar), Debasish Maiti (Durbachati) were candid that once they had decided to open Sahaj centres they weredetermined to make them a success. They didn't crib, they didn't complain, but they articulated how things could bemade better. We visited a centre in Durgachati which didn't have power and ran continuously on genset. The rathergood looking and qualified VLE (he should have been a film star) had over 70 e learning students. If that's not inspiring, Idon't know what is.Sahaj Sunderbans VLEs had redefined the benchmarks of success and their confidence and positive attitude wascommendable. It's just that they were away from the glare of mainstream media and they are not invited to egovernance seminars. At 8 pm, when we were planning our return, we had found new reasons to celebrate our VLEs,the effort of our field staff and we had found new reasons to work for Sahaj. Above all, we wondered why do we neede-governance seminars, board room meetings and strategy sessions to determine success formulas for our VLEs. VLEshad a contextual understanding of what worked for them. And they had their instincts. All we have to do is to keeplistening to them, work with them and work for them. Above all, we had to see what was happening on ground.- by Sumanta PalSahaj Setu • March 201114

Capacity Building's DiaryThe Power of Positive ThinkingPositive thinking is a mental attitude that admits into themind thoughts, words and images that are conductive togrowth, expansion and success. It is a mental attitude thatexpects good and favorable results. A positive mindanticipates happiness, joy, health and a successfuloutcome of every situation and action. Whatever themind expects, it finds.Not everyone accepts or believes in positive thinking.Some consider the subject as just nonsense, and othersscoff at people who believe and accept it. Among thepeople who accept it, not many know how to use iteffectively to get results. Yet, it seems that many arebecoming attracted to this subject, as evidenced by themany books, lectures and courses about it. This is a subjectthat is gaining popularity.It is quite common to hear people say: "Think positive!", tosomeone who feels down and worried. Most people donot take these words seriously, as they do not know whatthey really mean, or do not consider them as useful andeffective. How many people do you know, who stop tothink what the power of positive thinking means?The following story illustrates how this power works:Allan applied for a new job, but as his self-esteem was low,and he considered himself as a failure and unworthy ofsuccess, he was sure that he was not going to get the job.He had a negative attitude towards himself, and believedthat the other applicants were better and more qualifiedthan him. Allan manifested this attitude, due to hisnegative past experiences with job interviews.His mind was filled with negative thoughts and fearsconcerning the job for the whole week before the jobinterview. He was sure he would be rejected. On the day ofthe interview he got up late, and to his horror hediscovered that the shirt he had planned to wear was dirty,and the other one needed ironing. As it was already toolate, he went out wearing a shirt full of wrinkles.During the interview he was tense, displayed a negativeattitude, worried about his shirt, and felt hungry becausehe did not have enough time to eat breakfast. All thisdistracted his mind and made it difficult for him to focus onthe interview. His overall behavior made a bad impression,and consequently he materialized his fear and did not getthe job.Jim applied for the same job too, but approached thematter in a different way. He was sure that he was going toget the job. Duringthe week precedingthe interview heoften visualizedhimself making agood impressionand getting the job.In the eveningb e f o r e t h ei n t e r v i e w h ep r e p a r e d t h eclothes he wasgoing to wear, andwent to sleep a littleearlier. On day of Paromita Bhattacharyathe interview he VP - Capacity Building,Sahajwoke up earlier than usual, and had ample time to eatbreakfast, and then to arrive to the interview before thescheduled time.He got the job because he made a good impression. He hadalso of course, the proper qualifications for the job, but sohad Allan.What do we learn from these two stories? Is there any magicemployed here? No, it is all natural. When the attitude ispositive we entertain pleasant feelings and constructiveimages, and see in our mind's eye what we really want tohappen. This brings brightness to the eyes, more energyand happiness. The whole being broadcasts good will,happiness and success. Even the health is affected in abeneficial way. We walk tall and the voice is more powerful.Our body language shows the way you feel inside.Positive and negative thinking are both contagious.All of us affect, in one way or another, the people we meet.This happens instinctively and on a subconscious level,through thoughts and feelings transference, and throughbody language. People sense our aura and are affected byour thoughts, and vice versa. Is it any wonder that we wantto be around positive people and avoid negative ones?People are more disposed to help us if we are positive, andthey dislike and avoid anyone broadcasting negativity.Negative thoughts, words and attitude bring up negativeand unhappy moods and actions. When the mind isnegative, poisons are released into the blood, which causemore unhappiness and negativity. This is the way to failure,frustration and disappointment.Sahaj Setu • March 201115

Capacity Building's DiaryWinning Together Workshop“Winning Together” workshop conducted by Corporate Productivity Consulting faculty Mr. Iqbal Singh Rana on 11th& 12th February at Lucknow State Office.Highlights of session were as following:-• The workshop was on self realization.• Faculty devoted first half of the day explaining to all, the Winning Together training programme.• Faculty asked the participants to write down their expectations & Indicators as team leaders.The second half of the workshop, the faculty discussed following things• Company Vision, Mission, Core Value & their relation with Capacity Building team's Vision• Career Plan & skills required to achieve them within the stipulated time frame.• Personal mind lockers & their openers.• Coaching of team members.• Strength of Sahaj & Support required to achieve higher growth.• Four games were played for emphasizing team work, work prioritization, setting high targets and Management skills.Based on the above points each participant had made his/her realization list on professional & personal fronts.Then finally they prepared action plan for each realization with time frames.General feedback on total workshop was good. Participants found it useful in their day to day work.Sahaj Setu • March 201116

Participants were sure that if they implement the above mentioned points, their quality of work will improve.For ensuring that action plan comes at execution level, the State Head divided all participants in two teams.Shirish Rai, Manager Capacity Building and Ms. Neeti Besariya, Manager HR, were given the responsibility by the StateHead to follow up regularly regarding the execution of action plan prepared by each participant.The Winning Together Workshop was next conducted On 19th & 20th February in Varanasi for Team Varanasi &Allahabad by Mr. Iqbal Singh Rana From Corporate Productivity Consulting.Important Points of the Session• Faculty Explained About the purpose and Benefits of the the Training Programme.• The participants were asked to write down points that exhibit a participant's commitment to his own learning during thetraining.• Workshop was completely focused on self realization & ways how to find own shortcomings/gaps.• The Workshop then focused on performing actions to overcome those shortcomings.• Participants were asked to write down their opinion on the indicators of good team leader.• In an exercise the faculty took nominations for president star club.• An exercise was initiated where the participants were asked to write their dreams, commitments, action plans &strategies to achieve them.• In an activity they were asked to judge ourselves. It was an eye opener of a kind for all the participants.• Some motivating videos with strong messages were also shared by the faculty.• All the participants wrote their realizations & actions plans during the trainingDuring the conference in Varanasi the faculty also discussed about company vision, mission, core values, etc. which werediscussed on 11th & 12th February in Lucknow.Based of the above discussion each participant made a realization list on professional & personal front. Action plan wasalso prepared for the listThe workshop was very exciting and inspiring too. All the participants found it useful and felt that it would surely helpthem develop themselves, which will impact in their professional & personal front in a positive manner.Sahaj Setu • March 201117

Sahaj SuswasthyaSkin StructureWhat You Need To Know About ItThe skin is the largest organ of our body andcomprises of about 15 % of the total bodyweight. Skin is much more than a cover for thebody. Rather, it is an organ that has anindividuality of its own. Apart from shieldingthe internal organs and body tissues againstheat and cold, it also acts as a protectivebarrier against harmful bacteria from enteringthe body. Inspite of continued exposure, theskin reproduces and renews itself throughoutlife.The skin is comprised of three layersDermis, Epidermis and the SubcutaneousTissue.Epidermis: The Epidermis is the outermostlayer of the skin that is visible to the naked eye.It is made up of millions of tightly packed skincells.New skin cells are born in the epidermis. The newborn cells are round and plump. As they move outwards towards theskin surface, they get flattened. With time the dead skin cells accumulate on the outer surface of the skin, are shed andfurther replaced by new skin cells. This is an ongoing process of natural skin exfoliation. On an average, about 30,000-40,000 skin cells are shed every day.The Epidermis also contains Melanocytes, cells that are responsible for melanin production within the cell. Melanin is thesubstance that determines the tone of the skin. Darker people have more melanin while fairer people have less melanin intheir skin cells. One of the factors that increase the production of melanin is sunlight. Sun exposure accelerates melaninproduction and makes the epidermis darker. That is why it is always advisable to wear sunscreen while venturing out in thesun.You can try the iS Clinical SPF 20 Powder Sunscreen, a revolutionary powder sunscreen that contains physical UV blockerscomprising of 25% titanium dioxide and 20% zinc oxide. It is a special nanotechnology formulation provides sunprotection against a vast spectrum of sunlight. It is also very easy to apply.Because it is the outermost skin layer, the epidermis always remains exposed to environmental factors causing problemslike acne, sun damage and so on. The Epidermis is also the first to exhibit the effects of aging skin like wrinkles and finelines. in fact, almost all the signs of skin damage appear on the epidermis before it affects the body intrinsically.Dermis: The Dermis is the middle layer of the skin that contains collagen and elastin fibers, oil and sweat glands, nerveendings and blood vessels.The collagen and elastin tissues are responsible for maintaining the firmness and elasticity of the skin. while collagen acts asa natural cushion for the skin, elastin allows the skin to stretch and strain without tearing. These fibers are responsible forthe youthful appearance of the skin. When their levels begin to deplete, the skin starts developing wrinkles and fine lines.Also, the skin becomes dry and thin and begins to sag.Sahaj Setu • March 201118

Oil glands produce sebum, a substance that helps keep the skin lubricated. Also, when the body becomes too hot, the oilglands produce sweat in order to regulate the body temperature and cool down. Likewise, nerve endings that are presentin the dermis layer register sensations like pain, heat etc.Another factor that influences the Dermis is the effect of the ultraviolet radiations of the sun. The UVB rays affect theepidermis. However, the UVA radiations are of a different wavelength and penetrate the skin causing damage to theDermis layer.Use something like the Obagi C-Sunguard SPF 30. It is a superb sunscreen that contains ultra-sheer Z-Cote, an effectivebarrier that provides superior protection against UVA as well as UVB rays of the sun that are responsible for prematureaging of the skin.Subcutaneous Tissue: The subcutaneous layer is the bottom-most layer of the skin that connects it to the musclemembranes.These tissues make-up a highly elastic layer of skin that contains cushioning fat cells. It protects the bones and internalorgans from damage. It insulates the heat, keeps the body warm and cushions any abrupt shocks. This layer also containshair follicles, which are small openings from where the hair begins to grow.Sahaj Setu • March 201119

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External WindowAER Youth Regional NetworkAssembly of European Regions set up the AERYouth Regional Network (YRN) conceived as ac o m m o n p l a t f o r m o f y o u t h r e g i o n a lorganisations/councils/parliaments on regionallevel in Europe. This platform is a forum fordiscussion and exchange of experience betweenyoungsters across all the European Regions. Theidea is to bring together young people fromEuropean Regions and give them an opportunity toexchange, to share ideas, experiences, differences,hopes, fears, and problems and to find togethersolutions to their problems or fears. The networkallows putting into practice the EU principle ofsubsidiarity in the field of youth policy.In a globalise world and in a Europe more andmore willing to get closer to its citizens youth issues are a subject of great importance.It is an obvious thing to say that young people are the future. But this must be repeated because it seems to be too oftenforgotten that indeed, the future of a village or a town, of a Region or a country, the future of Europe or of the world itself issecured be the young people.The participation of young people in all aspects of life is crucial precisely because young people are affected by the decisionsmade by governments, whether at a Regional, national or inter/trans-national level. Policy areas such as housing,environment, transport and education, to name but a few, have a direct impact on the lives of youngsters just as much as onthose of the adults.The world of today is just as much the concern of young people as the world of tomorrow. To deny the young people oftoday the opportunity to participate in the governance of society is to deny them the right to affect what happens aroundthem and impact on their future destiny.Europe is not only a continent of countries but also a continent of Regions. In all aspects of life certain issues are bettersolved at different levels of government (local, Regional, national or European). It is therefore crucial to allow youngpeople to involve in the management of these issues at all levels.There are various youth councils/organisations/parliaments/associations at national or European level, but less on Regionallevel. The degree of organisation and the presence of such youth organisations depend of course on the specific nationalconditions and traditions of political participation and civic culture. The Regional participatory democracy is obviouslymore developed in countries with an advanced civic and political culture of the population and where Regions have astrong degree of autonomy. This trend is less visible in more centralized countries (but there are of course exceptions, in theScandinavian countries) with a more diminished democratic experience (especially the ex-communist countries).However, some practical aspects of day-to-day life might concern the Regional level more then other tiers of government(for instance: environment, secondary schools, youth unemployment in the Regions, social inclusion, gender imbalances:according to the competencies of the Regions in each country). This might be of the young people's concern as well, reasonfor which they should be given the opportunity to have a say on the issues they consider important. Moreover, allowingthem to meet young people from other European Regions might help them to better identify their common concerns andproblems, to contextualise their specific problems and eventually, to inspire them to find appropriate solutions for theseproblems.Sahaj Setu • March 201122

Because it fully understands the stakes of this policy in the long run, the AER is committed to pay more attention toyouth issues.The AER project 'AER Regional Youth Network' (YRN) creates a newopportunity for young people to have a say on issues of their concern atregional level. Even if different sub-regional groupings of youthorganisations in Europe exist, the AER initiative is singular because of itswide area of coverage at pan-European level. With member Regions fromalmost all the countries of Europe (not only EU member states) and due tothe gained experience, the motivation and the know-how of its team, theAER potential to foster such a project is real and convincing. In fact, the AERhas important experiences in developing projects and organising events todevelop the Regional dimension of this particular policy.Source: Assembly of European Regions websiteSolutionsSudoku Solution2 1 4 8 6 7 5 9 33 9 7 5 1 4 2 8 66 5 8 2 9 3 4 7 11 4 5 3 2 9 7 6 89 7 3 4 8 6 1 2 58 6 2 1 7 5 9 3 47 3 1 6 5 2 8 4 94 8 9 7 3 1 6 5 25 2 6 9 4 8 3 1 7Crossword SolutionW H A R F P A I N F U LAGERPA R B A G EIO C K SOLGA C T U A LBSOLVICA M U R A IOI V IEBE A S I E S TIDGESDRECMPEA R N E S TILS A L MMF L A W E DOIIEA G R E EO R RA R L I E RT E OA D D E RSahaj Setu • March 201123

Sahaj ScapeEvents held in Sahaj across statesLaunch of the first CSC of the Nilgiris at Erumadu,Tamil NaduMs. Meena Chaturvedi, CEO Srei Sahaj with Sahaj VLEsat the 14th National e-Governance ConferenceSahaj Krishak Samadhan Seminar inUttar PradeshArt of Making Money session in Orissa organised bySahaj Capacity Building teamVijay Iyer, Tamil Nadu State Head - Srei Sahaj duringBulandi sessionStudents during 'School Chale Hum' event inOdishaSahaj Setu • March 201124 : List of Job VacanciesSahaj Setu March 2011• 25WEST BENGALPROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRY LOCATIONCounter Sales exe 18yrs onwards Male HS 100 Fresher Retail KolkataRetention Executive 18 yrs onwards Male 10th Pass/ HS 50 Fresher Media KolkataCollection Boy 18 yrs onwards Male HS 60 Fresher Media KolkataCounter Sales exe 18 yrs onwards Male 10th Pass 40 Fresher Retail KolkataSales Manager 22 yrs onwards Male Graduate 4 Min 4 years Real Estate KolkataBusiness Development 22 yrs onwards Female Graduate 2 Min 1 yr Real Estate KolkataTele-Marketing Executives 18yr onwards Female / Male HS or Graduate 250Fresher/ 1 yrexperience BPO KolkataSales & Marketing Executives 22 yrs onwards Male Graduate 20 Min 1 yr Real Estate KolkataSales Executives 18yr onwards Male HS or Graduate 800 Fresher Consumer DurableKolkata, Howrah, Hooghly, 24Parganas [S+N]Sales Executives 21yr onwards Male Graduate 60 Fresher Insurance KolkataTele-Marketing Executives 18yr onwards Female HS or Graduate 60 Fresher Insurance KolkataSecurity Guards 22 yr onwards Male 8th Pass onwards 120Fresher/1yrexperience Service KolkataTele-Marketing Executives 18yr onwards Female HS or Graduate 60 Fresher B2C KolkataSales Executives 21yr onwards Male Graduate 10 Fresher IT (Internet) KolkataTotal 1636ASSAMPROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRYRenewal Executive 22-30yrs Male Graduate 4 Min. 1 yr InsuranceFrontline sales 22-30yrs Male Graduate 10 6months-1 yr Travel and tourismDrivers 28-45yrs Male No bar 8 3yrs and above ManufacturingBranch Incharge25yrs andabove Male HS(Com)/Bcom 8 six months and above Consumer durableIDSS 24-30Yrs Male Graduate with diploma in computers 12 six months and above Consumer durableSales exe 24-30Yrs Male Graduate 3 six months and above Consumer durableManager operations 28 and above Male B Sc/diploma in engineering 8 8-10yrs Indutrial equipmentAstt Manager Sales/service 28 and above Male Diploma in engineering 8 5-6 yrs Indutrial equipmentService engineers 26 and above Male Diploma in Mech/automobile/electrical engineering/B sc 10 1-2YRS Indutrial equipmentSales engineers 26 and above Male Diploma in Mech/automobile/electrical engineering/B sc 10 2yrs and above Indutrial equipmentRetail Sales 23-28 yrs Male / Female HS/Graduates 20 freshers retailTotal 101

ORISSAPROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRY LOCATION : List of Job VacanciesCustomer SupportExecutive 20-35 Male/Female Graduation 50 0 TO 2YRS BPO BBSR 3731/monthSecurity Guard 20-35 Male HS Pass 120 0 TO 1YR Service Sambalpur 4300/monthFitter 20-40 Male ITI Fitter 500 0 TO2YRS Manufacturing Trichy 4550/monthWelder 20-40 Male ITI welder 500 0 TO 2YRS Manufacturing Trichy 4550/monthSecurity Guard 18-40 Male HS Pass 500 0 TO 1YR Service BBSR 2500/monthSales Executive 20-35 Male Graduation 25 0 TO 2YRSConsumerDurable BBSR 5000/monthBusinessDevelopmentManager Male MBA 4 05YS Service BBSR,CTC 12000/monthBusinessDevelopmentExecutive 20-35 Male/Female MBA 5 02YRS Service BBSR,CTC 9000/monthSales Executive 20-35 Male/Female HS Pass 20 0 TO2YRS Service BBSR,CTC 6000/monthTotal 1724UTTAR PRADESHPROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRY LOCATION SALARYSecurity Guard 19-45 Male 10th 40 0 Tech Security UP EAST 4200 /pmTotal 40PROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRY LOCATION SALARYSecurityGuards 18yr onwards Male 10th pass 100 Fresher Service Patna 4000-7000/monthTotal 100BIHARTAMILNADUPROFILE AGE BRACKET GENDER QUALIFICATION VACANCY EXPERIENCE INDUSTRY LOCATION SALARYBiometric Device Operator 18 yrs onwards Male / Female 12th Pass / diploma 450 Fresher Others Vellore 3500-6000/- pmFront Office Execuitve 21 yrs- 30 yrs Male / Female Graduates 20 Fresher Automobiles All Over Tamilnadu 5000-6000/-pmShowroom Sales Execuitve 22 yrs- 30 yrs Male / Female Graduates 20 Fresher Automobiles All Over Tamilnadu 5000-6000/-pmMechanic 20-25 yrs Male 10th, 12th, or ITI 100 2- 3 yrs Automobiles All Over Tamilnadu 6000 + Incentive / pmMechanic 19-25 yrs Male 8th, 10th, 12th, or ITI 300 Fresher Automobiles All Over Tamilnadu 2000+ food + Accomodation / pmTotal 890

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