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Basix CSCs are last-mile rural access points equipped with Modern IT infrastructure, broadband connectivity, and national programs could be effectively delivered through an IT and web-enabled network that is managed by trained entrepreneurs. Such access points can drive tremendous synergies to Government's developmental initiatives in the areas of education, agriculture, health and rural development.
Basix has such 5000 Basix Commercial Outlets (BCOs) officially called CSCs (Common Service Centres) by the Govt of India. Set up under the National E-Governance Program, their main job is to provide Government to Citizen (G2C) services like Aadhar (UID) registration, birth/death certificates, domicile/caste certificates, land records, driving licences, etc. These CSCs are run by Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLEs) like Internet Kiosks. Basix has an exclusive right to channel G2C services through these CSCs in 30 districts and about 5000 rural and small town locations in six states namely Tripura, Meghalaya, northern Jharkhand, southern Orissa, North-western Maharashtra and North-eastern Punjab.