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The Indian voter ID card is an identity document issued by the Election Commission of India which primarily serves as an identity proof for Indian citizens while casting votes in the country's municipal, state, and national election. It also serves as general identity, address, and age proof for other purposes such as buying a mobile phone SIM card or applying for a passport. It is also known as Electoral Photo ID Card (EPIC).

For every constituency, there is a voters list Article 326 of the Constitution, and Sec. 19 of R. P. Act, 1950 stipulates that the minimum age for registration of a voter is 18 years.

According to Section 14 (b) of the R. P. Act, 1950, the qualifying date means the first day of January of the year in which the electoral roll is prepared or revised.

A person who is not a citizen of India cannot be registered as a voter. Article 326 of the Constitution read with Sec. 16 of R. P. Act, 1950 clarify the point.

According to Section 19 of the R. P. Act, 1950, only a person who is ordinarily resident in a constituency is entitled to be registered in the electoral roll of that constituency.

Passport Tatkal Premium



An Indian passport is a PASSPORT issued by order of the President of India to Indian Citizens for the purpose of international travel. It enables the bearer to travel internationally and serves as proof of Indian citizenship per the Passport Act (1967). The Passport Seva (Passport Service) unit of the Consular, Passport & Visa (CPV) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs functions as the central passport organization and is responsible for issuing Indian passports on demand to all eligible Indian citizens. Indian passports are issued at 93 Passport offices located across India and at 162 Indian diplomatic missions abroad.

Documents required:-(All copies of documents should be self-attested by the customer)
Document Code
Document(s)
Mandatory(M)/Optional(O)/Conditional(C)

7001

Proof Of Present Address
List of Acceptable Documents

M

7002

Proof Of Date Of Birth
List of Acceptable Documents

M

8015

Documentary proof for any one of the Non-ECR (previously ECNR) categories Documents Required for Non-ECR

M

Online Form Submission

Step 1

Register through the Passport Seva Online Portal. (Click on "Register Now" link on the Home Page).

Step 2

Login to the Passport Seva Online Portal with the registered Login Id.

Step 3

Click "Apply for Fresh Passport/Re-issue of Passport" link.

Step 4

Fill in the required details in the form and submit.

Step 5

Click the "Pay and Schedule Appointment" link on the "View Saved/Submitted Applications" screen to schedule an appointment.

Online Payment has been made mandatory for booking appointments at all Passport Seva Kendras/Passport Offices.
Online Payment can be made using any one of the following modes:

o    Credit/Debit Card (MasterCard and Visa)

o    Internet Banking (State Bank of India (SBI) and Associate Banks and Other Banks)

o    SBI Bank Challan

Step 6

Click the "Print Application Receipt" link to print the application receipt containing Application Reference Number (ARN)/Appointment Number.

Step 7

Visit the Passport Seva Kendra (PSK)/Regional Passport Office (RPO) where appointment has been booked, along with original documents.

Passport Normal Application



An Indian passport is a PASSPORT issued by order of the President of India to Indian Citizens for the purpose of international travel. It enables the bearer to travel internationally and serves as proof of Indian citizenship per the Passport Act (1967). The Passport Seva (Passport Service) unit of the Consular, Passport & Visa (CPV) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs functions as the central passport organization and is responsible for issuing Indian passports on demand to all eligible Indian citizens. Indian passports are issued at 93 Passport offices located across India and at 162 Indian diplomatic missions abroad.

Documents required:-(All copies of documents should be self-attested by the customer)
Document Code
Document(s)
Mandatory(M)/Optional(O)/Conditional(C)

7001

Proof Of Present Address
List of Acceptable Documents

M

7002

Proof Of Date Of Birth
List of Acceptable Documents

M

8015

Documentary proof for any one of the Non-ECR (previously ECNR) categories Documents Required for Non-ECR

M

Online Form Submission

Step 1

Register through the Passport Seva Online Portal. (Click on "Register Now" link on the Home Page).

Step 2

Login to the Passport Seva Online Portal with the registered Login Id.

Step 3

Click "Apply for Fresh Passport/Re-issue of Passport" link.

Step 4

Fill in the required details in the form and submit.

Step 5

Click the "Pay and Schedule Appointment" link on the "View Saved/Submitted Applications" screen to schedule an appointment.

Online Payment has been made mandatory for booking appointments at all Passport Seva Kendras/Passport Offices.
Online Payment can be made using any one of the following modes:

o    Credit/Debit Card (MasterCard and Visa)

o    Internet Banking (State Bank of India (SBI) and Associate Banks and Other Banks)

o    SBI Bank Challan

Step 6

Click the "Print Application Receipt" link to print the application receipt containing Application Reference Number (ARN)/Appointment Number.

Step 7

Visit the Passport Seva Kendra (PSK)/Regional Passport Office (RPO) where appointment has been booked, along with original documents.

Sr. Citizen / State Old Age Pension



A regular payment made by the state/central to people of or above the official retirement age and to some widows and disabled people to support them by providing a partial financial compensation.

The National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP) is a centrally sponsored scheme of the government of India, that provides financial assistance to the elderly, widows, and persons with disabilities in the form of Social Pension.

This pension scheme in State level differs from State to State, whereas in Central Level pension schemes are same throughout the Nation.

In Republic Centre, We do registration for eligible people to get their pension from eligible pension Scheme.

ANC Pension



From 01.01.2017, the Maternity Benefit Programme would be implemented in all the districts of the country in accordance with the provision of the National Food Security Act, 2013. The programme is named as ‘Pradhan Mantri Matritva Vandana Yojana’ (PMMVY).

PMMVY aims to provide partial compensation for wage loss, in terms of cash incentives, so that pregnant women can take adequate rest before and after delivery of the first living child.

Under PMMVY, a cash incentive of 5000/- would be provided directly in the account of Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers (PW & LM) for the first living child of the family subject to their fulfilling specific conditions relating to Maternal and Child Health.

All pregnant women and lactating Mothers excluding pregnant women who are in regular employment with central/state govt/PSU’s.This beneficiary scheme is eligible to receive benefits only once.

The eligible beneficiaries would receive the remaining cash incentives as per approved norms towards maternity benefit under Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) after institutional delivery so that on an average, a woman will get 6000/-PMMVY, a Centrally Sponsored Scheme, would provide grants-in-aid to the State Governments/This money not given to hand, directly deposited into eligible women bank account or post office account.

At Republic centre we do registration for this pension scheme, and we forward this application to concern department for further proceedings.

BPL



Ration cards are voluntary in India; they are needed to obtain subsidized food and fuel. Eligibility for the Antyodaya, BPL and APL ration cards are based on the economic status of the family.

Ration cards are an official document entitling the holder to a ration of food, fuel, or other goods issued by the Government of India.

 They are primarily used when purchasing subsidized foodstuffs (wheat, rice, sugar ) and kerosene. 

They are an important subsistence tool for the poor, providing proof of identity and a connection with government databases.

India's public distribution system (PDS) is based on the ration card, which it uses to establish identity, eligibility, and entitlement.

Versions of the ration card include:
  • The A4 folded paper card
  • Plastic card embedded with an integrated circuit (IC).

Both versions bear a photograph of the head of the bearer's family. One card per family is issued by the state government.

Three card categories are issued: 

  • Extreme poverty level (Antyodaya)
  • Below poverty line (BPL)
  • Above poverty line (APL).

The poverty lines are regularly defined by the Planning Commission of India based on data collection and analysis from various sources.

Indira Gandhi National Old age Pension



The Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS) is a non-contributory old age pension scheme that covers Indians who are 60 years and above and live below the poverty line. all individuals above the age of 60 who live below the poverty line are eligible to apply for IGNOAPS. All IGNOAPS beneficiaries aged 60–79 receive a monthly pension of Rs. 300 (Rs. 200 by central government and Rs. 100 by state government). Those 80 years and above receive a monthly pension amount of Rs.500.States are strongly urged to provide an additional amount at least an equivalent amount to the assistance provided by the Central Government so that the beneficiaries can get a decent level of assistance.

If a eligible senior citizen prefers to apply through E-Citizen, processing of application will be done at republic center's.

Virtual Geo Tagging



Geo-Tagging is a process of adding Geographical Information to various media in the form of Metadata (Metadata: the set of data that describes and gives information about other Images).

The data usually consists of coordinates like latitude and longitude, but may even include bearing, altitude, distance and place names. Geo-Tagging can help people get a lot of specified information about where the picture was taken or the exact location of a friend who logged on to the service. Geo-Tagging can help users find a wide area of location-specific information from a device. It can tell users the location of the content of a given picture or other media or the point of view.

The government initial plan was to Tag only Government offices. But now Government is planning to Geo-Tag each and every house in the Country using GIS (Geographical Information System). So that we can easily identify the particular area or building. We can also add images to 3D. There will be a Unique Code of 15 digits in which 2 digits will be State Code, 2 digits will be District Code and the remaining 11 digits will be alphanumeric code.

In simple words, Geo-Tagging means adding Geographical Information to Google Maps. We can upload 3D images of a particular place along with the Unique ID for the place so that people can find and reach their destination fast and correct.

RSBY



RSBY: Rastriya Swasthya Bhima Yojana

This scheme was launched on April 1st 2008. It is still actively running in India. It is a Health Insurance program run by Govt of India for the poor people. In this scheme the Govt provides health insurance coverage to Unrecognized Sector Workers who belong to BPL (Below Poverty Line) and even their family members shall be beneficiaries under this scheme. This scheme provides cashless Hospitalisation both in Public as well as in Private hospitals. The enrolment started on April 1st 2008 and the scheme has been implemented in 25 States. By February 2014 a total of 36 million families have been enrolled.

Initially this scheme was started under Ministry of Labour and Employment. And then was transferred to Ministry of Health and Family Welfare from 2015 April 1st onwards.

People whose family income is 27,000/- or below belong to BPL and who have Yellow Ration Card come under this scheme, where they have to pay 30/- and will get a biometric enabled smart card which has their fingerprint and photograph, which will enable them for an inpatient care of up to 40,000/- per family per year at all empanelled hospitals. In this scheme the Pre-existing illnesses are covered from day one for the head of family, his spouse, 3 dependent children or parents.

This scheme has won praises from the World Bank, the UN, and the ILO as the World’s Best Health Insurance Scheme. Even Germany has shown interest in adopting the Smart Card based model for revamping its own Social Security System, which is the oldest one in the World by replacing its current, expensive, system of voucher based benefits for 2.5 million children.This card is valid for 1 year and is renewed every year with 30/-

Prajavani



Prajavani is a grievance redressal platform at republic centers where citizens can raise complaints regarding the issues they are facing like ration card , apathbandu, assignment of government land, allotment of house site documents etc to the concerned officers.

Prajavani is a Centralized Public Grievance Redressal and Monitoring System introduced to address every issue faced by citizens. It helps government to track each and every issue faced by the citizens and come up with better solutions.

PMGSY



PMGSY (Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana)

The PMGSY (Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana) which was started on 20th Dec 2000 which is completely funded by the Central Govt. In PMGSY it is all about connecting the unconnected roads of very rural villages to towns through this Scheme. But in the year November 2015 the 14th Finance Commission had made recommendations and the sub-group of Chief Ministers on Rationalization on Centrally Sponsored Schemes has announced that the funding of the Project will be from both Central Govt. 60% and State Govt. 40%.

The aim of PMGSY is to provide roads to all villages

With a population of 1000 persons and above by 2003, With a population of 500 persons and above by 2007, In hill states, tribal and desert area villages with a population of 500 persons and above by 2003 In hill states, tribal and desert area villages with a population of 250 persons and above by 2007

To implement the Gram Sadak Yojana a system was developed which is called as OMMAS (Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System to identify Targets and Monitor progress. C-DAC Pune, which has e-governance department, has developed the program. It is one of the biggest databases in India. Right from the proposal mode to road completion the OMMA System manages and monitors all the phases. This System also has separate module to track the expenses made on each road. OMMAS generates detailed reports based on the data which is given by the State and District Officers which are viewable in citizens section.Under PMGSY the average speed of Road construction was 98.5 kms per day from 2004 to 2014 and it rose to 130 kms per day by 2017. This scheme has changed many lives.

PMUY



PMUY (Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana)

This scheme was started in the year 2016 by our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi, and this scheme was initiated by Ministry of petroleum and Natural Gas.

In India there are about 24 Crores of households out of which 10 crores households are still not using LPG gas. These 10 crore households are still using Firewood, Coal, Dung Cakes etc for their primary and daily cooking. The smoke from this type of cooking leaves women to inhale deadly fumes which causes them Respiratory diseases or disorders.

PMUY’s aims at safeguarding the health of women and children by providing them with clean cooking gas i.e LPG. In this way they don’t have to compromise with their health and they don’t have to wander at unsafe places to collect firewood.

On 1st May 2016 in Ballia Uttar Pradesh our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi launched PMUY. Under this scheme 5 crore LPG connections are provided to BPL families with a support of 1600/- per connection in the next 3 years. All the connections will be issued in the name of women of the household. To implement this scheme Rs. 8000 cr were allocated. According to Caste Census Data BPL families will be identified.

Documentation



Documentation service is a process of reproducing any available material and making it available to readers. Systematic organization, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of specialized information, especially of a scientific or technical nature. Desktop publishing (abbreviated DTP) is the creation of documents using page layout skills on a personal ("desktop") computer primarily for print.

Desktop publishing software can generate layouts and produce typographic quality text and images comparable to traditional typography and printing. This technology allows individuals, businesses, and other organizations to self-publish a wide range of printed matter. Desktop publishing is also the main reference for digital typography. When used skillfully, desktop publishing allows the user to produce a wide variety of materials, from menus to magazines and books, without the expense of commercial printing.

Desktop publishing combines a personal computer and WYSIWYG page layout software to create publication documents on a computer for either large scale publishing or small scale local multi function peripheral output and distribution. Desktop publishing methods providemore control over design, layout, and typography than word processing.

The same DTP skills and software used for common paper and book publishing are sometimes used to create graphics for point of sale displays, promotional items, trade show exhibits, retail package designs and outdoor signs. Although what is classified as "DTP software" is usually limited to print and PDF publications, DTP skills aren't limited to print. The content produced by desktop publishers may also be exported and used for electronic media. The job descriptions that include "DTP", such as DTP artist, often require skills using software for producing e-books, web content, and web pages, which may involve web design or user interface design for any graphical user interface.

Experts at Republic centers will provide DTP and Documentation services to customers those who want.

Digi Locker



There is also an associated facility for e-signing documents. The service is intended to minimise the use of physical documents, reduce administrative expenses, provide authenticity of the e-documents, provide secure access to government-issued documents and to make it easy for the residents to receive services.

The beta version of the service was rolled out in February 2015, and launched by the Prime Minister on 1 July 2015. The storage space provided was 10 MB initially, and was later increased to 1 GB.

1 GB of storage space is offered to users to store identification card issued by government agencies, education certificates, PAN cards, driving license, vehicle ownership documents and some other documents.

Users need to possess an Aadhar card to use DigiLocker. For sign-up, the Aadhar card number and the one-time password sent to the Aadhar-associated mobile number, need to be entered. For later log-ins, the user can set their own password it link the account to Facebook or Google logins.

In July 2016, DigiLocker recorded 20.13 lakh users with a repository of 24.13 lakh documents. The number of users saw a large jump of 7.53 lakh in April when the government had urged all municipal bodies to use DigiLocker to make their administration paperless.

From 2017, the facility was extended to allow students of ICSE board to store their class X and XII certificates in DigiLocker and share them with agencies as required.

In February 2017, Kotak Mahindra Bank started providing access to documents in DigiLocker from within its net-banking application, allowing users to e-sign them and forward as needed.

In May 2017, over 108 hospitals, including the Tata Memorial Hospital were planning to launch the use of DigiLocker for storing cancer patients' medical documents and test reports. According to a UIDAI architect, patients would be provided a number key, which they can share with another hospital to allow them to access their test reports.

Citizens can store or access their documents using the DigiLocker. They can store either an uploaded or issued document on the DigiLocker.

Uploaded document: Citizens may upload scanned copies of their important documents including the driving license, voter’s ID card (EPIC), passport, marks sheets, income tax statements, etc. They can use the DigiLocker to submit a digitally signed copy to a government agency if required by that agency. However, the agency must be registered as a requester with the DigiLocker.

Cyber Gram



Cyber Gram Yojana:

Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) aims at improving the socio-economic conditions of minorities and providing basic amenities to them for improving the quality of life of the people and reducing imbalances in the identified minority concentration areas. As we are living in a digital society, it is felt that to achieve the objective of the programme, it is necessary to equip the targeted group with knowledge of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and enabling them to use ICT services in their day to day work. This will bring them greater access to information and new forms of social interaction and cultural expression which ultimately leads to achieving objective of the programme. The Cyber Gram initiative under Multi-sectoral Development Programme is an effort in achieving this target.

The initiative intends to cover students of Class VI to Class X belonging to Minority Community notified, as per Section 2(c) of the National Commission for Minority Act 1992, and residing in areas covered under Multi-Sectoral Development Programme. The vision of this initiative is to make students of minority communities digitally literate. The initiative is expected to enable the adoption of ICTs by the people of minority communities in key economic and social sectors like Education, Rural Development and Financial Services to promote competitiveness, equality, and quality and would be helpful in transforming the lives of minorities and facilitating them to earn a livelihood.

Its primary objective is to provide hands-on training in computers for the students of Minority Community and to enable them to acquire basic ICT skills that would empower them to:

      Become digitally literate
      Actively participate in knowledge-based activities
      Access financial, social and government services
      Use the Internet for communications
      Reinforcing the learning of trained beneficiaries by providing free Internet access for 30 hours.

The duration of the training program is 39 hours. After studying 39 hours course and clearing the online assessment, candidates will be certified by NIELIT with a certificate of Basic of Computer Concept.

If the candidate passes the exam, a training centre will get 600 INR per candidate as training fees and 450 INR per candidate is keep internet service/ Voucher fees. Payment will be made only for candidates who pass the examination.

Soil Health Card

Soil Health Card Scheme is a very beneficial scheme for farmers. There are many farmers in India. And they do not know which types of crops they should grow to get maximum yield. Basically, they do not know the quality and the type of their soil. They might know by experience what crops grow and what crops fail. But they don't know what they can do to improve the condition of the soil.

What is a Soil Health Card?

SHC is a printed report that a farmer will be handed over for each of his holdings. It will contain the status of his soil with respect to 12 parameters, namely N,P,K (Macro-nutrients); S (Secondary- nutrient); Zn, Fe, Cu, Mn, Bo (Micro - nutrients); and pH, EC, OC (Physical parameters). Based on this, the SHC will also indicate fertilizer recommendations and soil amendment required for the farm.

How can a farmer use a SHC?

The card will contain an advisory based on the soil nutrient status of a farmer's holding. It will show recommendations on dosage of different nutrients needed. Further, it will advise the farmer on the fertilizers and their quantities he should apply, and also the soil amendments that he should undertake, so as to realize optimal yields.

What are the norms of the Sampling ?

Soil samples will be drawn in a grid of 2.5 ha in irrigated area and 10 ha in rain- fed area with the help of GPS tools and revenue maps.

Who will draw the Soil ?

The State Government will collect samples through the staff of their Department of Agriculture or through the staff of an outsourced agency. The State Government may also involve the students of local Agriculture / Science Colleges.

What is the ideal time for Soil Sampling ?

Soil Samples are taken generally two times in a year, after harvesting of Rabi and Kharif Crop respectively or when there is no standing crop in the field.

How will soil samples be collected from a farmer's field ?

Soil Samples will be collected by a trained person from a depth of 15-20 cm by cutting the soil in a "V" shape. It will be collected from four corners and the centre of the field and mixed thoroughly and a part of this picked up as a sample. Areas with shade will be avoided. The sample chosen will be bagged and coded. It will then be transferred to soil test laboratory for analysis.

Who and Where will the soil sample be tested?

The soil sample will be tested as per the approved standards for all the agreed 12 parameters in the following way:

At the STLs owned by the Department of Agriculture and by their own staff.

At the STLs owned by the Department of Agriculture but by the staff of the outsourced agency.

At the STLs owned by the outsourced agency and by their staff.

At ICAR Institutions including KVKs and SAUs.

At the laboratories of the Science Colleges/Universities by the students under supervision of a Professor/ Scientist.

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