Thursday, January 22, 2009

ABOUT SAHAJ

SREI SAHAJ E-VILLAGE LIMITED
SREI Sahaj E-Village Limited, a subsidiary of SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited is a Kolkata based Business Integrator in the field of ICT eGovernance projects and advisory house, dedicated to assisting Governments with their IT based Public Private Partnership projects.

Taking an active interest in a wide variety of projects like Common Service Centers (CSCs) in Rural India, Communication Infrastructure, eGovernance Integrations and Citizen Services, but with specialist knowledge of the natural resources and emerging technology sectors, SREI Sahaj E-Village Limited works with Governments, Corporate and SREI Sahaj CSCs.

Additionally, SREI Sahaj has shown particular expertise in providing strategic advice to Governments in a distressed situation and those opportunities with early stage ideas with substantial potential.

Whether you are an entrepreneur interested in growth opportunities or a corporate looking for rural market based services or Government body looking for advisory services, SREI Sahaj would welcome the chance to discuss matters further.

SREI Sahaj E-Village Limited has taken a phenomenal initiative to make information and knowledge reach all corners of the country. SREI Sahaj has delved into bridging the digital divide between urban and rural India.

Recognizing the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Manmohan Singh’s vision of a rural India that goes hand in hand with its urban counterpart in having unlimited access to all Government services, SREI Sahaj has embarked upon a mammoth e-Governance Project. SREI Sahaj has taken up the establishment of Common Service Centres (CSCs) that were identified as one of the 4 pillars of the NeGP of the Government of India.

These CSCs are nodal centres from where the rural population will be able to access all information and services available to the urban population. SREI Sahaj has already acquired the permission to establish around 10,502 CSCs in West Bengal and Bihar, 8118 CSCs in Uttar Pradesh, 2833 in Assam and 1045 in Tamil Nadu.

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