Digitalisation of fee payment system in CCSCSB
Department of Personnel and Training
Ministry of Personnel,
Public Grievances and Pensions
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
361 , B-Wing, 3rd Floor
Lok Nayak Bhawan
New Delhi- 110003
No. 170/1/20 16-1 7/CCSCSB
21st December, 2016
To foster Digital India, the Central Civil Services Cultural & Sports Board (CCSCSB) has decided to accept all types of fee/charges through digital mode only and any payment through Cash/Cheque will not be accepted at all.
2 All Central Govt. employees and other stake holders are therefore requested to make payment of fee and other charges to the CCSCSB through digital mode only directly into CCSCSB’s saving bank account NO.904320 1 0052140 with Syndicate Bank having IFSC code SYNV009043.
3 After making payment, a copy of the remittance advice received from the Bank/online receipt must be made available to CCSCSB. The CCSCSB will issue the official receipt after submitting application form and online generated payment receipt /Proof.
4. Towards achieving the objective of cashless transactions, various digital options are available which can be adopted for making digital payments, such as:
i). UPI (Unified Payments Interface)
For smart phone holders, Unified Payment Inteface (UPI)facilities transactions through bank accounts.
ii). AEPS (Aadhaar Enabled Payment System)
For people who do not have mobile phones, Aadhaar Enabled payment (AEPS) makes it possible to transact with Aadhaar based authentication.
Prepaid/Debit cards and Banking correspondents also provide the required services.
iii). USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data)
For people having generic phones, USSD (*99#) facilitates digital transactions on mobile phones through SMS.
iv). PoS Machines
Basic Payments can be made with debit or credit card usmg PoS machines.
v). NET BANKING
For computer literate population, Net Banking is available.
Detailed information regarding digital payments (in English/Hindi) is available on NIT! Aayog’s website at http://niti.gov.in/contentldigitalpayments.
5 All are requested to cooperate in our endeavor to introduce cashless transactions in line with Digital India initiative and to serve you better.
6 The above mentioned procedure would be effective from 1st January, 2017 onwards.
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