One lakh i-Seva centres for AP

HYDERABAD : Information and technology, minister Ponnala Lakshamaiah informed that one lakh i-Seva outlets would be established by the end of this year in the state. i-Seva provides the

Published: 28th January 2012 03:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:23 PM   |  A+A-

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Information and Technology minister P Lakshmaiah launching i-Seva service in Hyderabad on Friday.

HYDERABAD : Information and technology, minister Ponnala Lakshamaiah informed that one lakh i-Seva outlets would be established by the end of this year in the state.

i-Seva provides the common man a choice of services to book his bus, train or air tickets, hotel accommodation, car rental, holiday tour packages, intracity leisure activities and also payment of mobile phone bills, electricity, telephone, utility and credit card bills and many more services.

i-Seva aims to create a common platform for all utility services in private and government sector. i-Seva is on the mode of building a network of more than 1,00,000 service outlets by the end of this year.

i-Seva is planning to start 5,000 outlets in the state by December this year to generate employment opportunities to 10,000 people in a span of one year.

i-Seva is an online e-commerce utility solution platform promoted by i-Seva e- Com Services India Pvt Ltd, having its offices in New Delhi, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad. Lalita Patil, managing director of i-Seva said that they are launching their operations in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha in February. i-Seva has been conceived and designed to provide comprehensive endto- end solutions to the common man.

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