Through Digital Service Points, we wish to provide basic and retail banking services to India's unbanked and under-banked population. Our retail outlets shall offer all the basic banking services...
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We have been the largest single systems integrator for all the key government projects upholding the largest democracy. Our objective is to bring a plethora of relevant products and services that are still out of reach in rural and semi-urban India.
Digital Services Points (DSP) are one of the crucial enablers of the Digital India Program me. They are the access points for delivery of various e-governance and business services to citizens in rural and remote areas of the country. It is a pan-India network catering to regional, geographic, linguistic and cultural diversity of the country, thus enabling the Government’s mandate of a socially, financially and digitally inclusive society. DSPs offer assisted access of e-services to citizens with a focus on enhancing governance, delivering essential government and public utility services, social welfare schemes, financial services, education and skill development courses, health and agriculture services and digital literacy, and digital Pre-Primary Schools, apart from a host of B2C services.
Through Digital Service Points, we wish to provide basic and retail banking services to India's unbanked and under-banked population. Our retail outlets shall offer all the basic banking services and products such as savings accounts, loans, cash withdrawal, cash deposit, account balance enquiries and funds transfer, among others.
Lack of awareness of digital financial literacy, especially among the rural population is a major challenge in the country, more so in light of the demonetization by the Government and plans to make India a cashless economy. There was an urgent need to create awareness among the citizens, especially in rural and semi-urban areas regarding digital financial services.