UT to set up 10 more e-Sampark centres
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The government has, in fact, seen the revenue go up from the existing centers. Revenue of Rs 1187 crore was raked in in the year 2011 from these centers against that of Rs 990 crore in the year 2010, officials said.
At the new centers both the government to citizen services (G2C) as well as the government to business (G2B) services will be made available to the people. "G2B services like the payment of bills of private cellular companies will also be provided at the new centers," said an official. He added that the Administration is planning more services and centers as during a recent review it was also found that such centers help raise awareness about different schemes and policies. "We have seen that the specialised desks at such centers are being used by people to get information about government schemes. These centers are effectively used as knowledge centers as well by people," officials said.