Jul 06, 2020, 11:38 AM IST
Zoya Khan is showcasing her talent in the field of CSC with Telemedicine Consulting. Their effort is to make the transgender class digitally literate and provide them equal opportunities for work.
They are also in favor of giving complete information of internet and modern technology to the children of this community from an early age.
Serving in Vadodara district
Zoya is serving in Vadodara district of Gujarat. She is the first transgender operator of a Common Service Center in India. Zoya wants transgender communities to follow the digital age.
Zoya Khan is India’s first transgender operator of Common Service Center from Vadodara district of Gujarat. She has started CSC work with Tele medicine consultation. Her vision is to support the transgender community in making them digitally literate & give them better opportunities. pic.twitter.com/L0P9fnF2JT
– Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) July 4, 2020
Union Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Ravi Shankar Prasad himself informed about this achievement of Zoya through his tweet account.
Have a chance to work
According to Asif Khan Pathan, District Manager, CSC Vadodara, 3.5 lakh village level entrepreneurs are serving all over India under CSC Scheme of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. Zoya Khan has been given the opportunity to work in the banking and education sector in view of the changing thinking of people in our country.
The CSC Scheme Project provides services under the Digital India program. Common service centers are the facilities provided by the Government of India to deliver e-services to rural and remote places. This facility is provided in those areas where the availability of computer and internet is negligible, or not available at all.