Thrissur, Kerala: April 9, 2019
ICTpost News Network
Hard work and dedication has no alternative towards the path of success. This has been proved true by CSC’s woman VLE Ramshida T.C., who has emerged as one of the top VLEs in providing various services of CSC across the country.
Ramshida, who runs a CSC in Varavoor village since December 2015, has become a top performer by selling highest numbers of FASTag services to customers in Thrissur district of Kerala, for which she has received numerous awards and appreciations.
VLE Ramshida started providing FASTags to commuters for hassle-free movement of vehicles at toll plazas by setting up a CSC counter at Paliyekkara toll plaza in Thrissur district. She has, so far, purchased 5,500 FASTags, and sold 1000 of those to motorists. Viewing her success in providing this service, she received an order from the leading Maruti dealer of Kerala, Indus Motors for 2,000 FASTags.
For her remarkable achievement in FASTag service, she was awarded by Minister for Electronics & IT and Law & Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad. She has also been awarded by the National Highway Authority of India for her contribution in providing FASTags to commuters in rural areas to ensure smooth movement of vehicles at toll plazas.
Notably, FASTag service is meant for ensuring smooth movement of vehicles at toll plazas. FASTag is a kind of prepaid card pasted on the windscreen of vehicle. The toll charge is being automatically deducted from the prepaid card when it gets scanned through infrared rays at toll plaza.
Apart from FASTag, Ramshida also provides other CSC services like Aadhaar, Pan Card, Banking, IRCTC, and Passport to people specially from disadvantaged communities in villages at their doorstep.
Ramshida, a mother of two young children, says that “CSC has provided a platform to cater to the needs of the society and also helped her in generating income for her family. CSC has not only helped rural citizens to avail digital services at their place of residence, but helped me in gaining respect and recognition in society.”