State Level Entrepreneur (SLE)
The State Level Entrepreneur (SLE) is the third level of the entrepreneur in the CSC scheme. The SLE is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the CSCs in the state.
To become an SLE, candidates must have a minimum educational qualification of graduation or equivalent and must be a resident of the state where the CSCs are to be established. They must also have basic computer knowledge and should have the ability to communicate in the local language.
The scheme is being implemented by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) in collaboration with state governments.
The SLE is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the CSCs and is also responsible for providing various e-services to the citizens. The SLE is also responsible for the marketing and promotion of the CSCs.
The common Service Centres (CSC) scheme is one of the mission mode projects under the Digital India Program.
It is aimed at making e-governance services accessible to the rural and remote areas of the country by providing computerized services through the Common Service Centers.
These centres will provide a variety of e-services to citizens in rural and remote areas.
They will provide services such as birth and death certificates, caste and income certificates, bill payments, utility bill payments, and other government services.
The scheme will also provide e-commerce facilities, health services, and education services.