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CSC Opertors contributed in life saving operation.

CSC Opertors contributed in life saving operation.

Once again, the CSCs has proven their importance of contribution to the emerging society of India by associating with the web cast of Assembly Election 2012 in UP. Further more to be proud of is that by providing digital assistance to rescue management team of District Administration and local administration in the remote village Harnasa of Depalpur Tehsil, District Indore, CSC has shown its importance in the society.

A 2 year child of labors were working in a field near Betma village got slipped in an open bore well of 150 ft depth. and got stuck at 15 ft. depth. The rescue team carved out a tunnel arallel to the bore-well and the child was removed safely after a struggling rescue operation for 7 hours.

The operator of NICT Common Service Center Depalpur, Madhya Pradesh India.., Mr. Jitendra Patel managed to hang a camera with the help of rope and connected the same with its laptop. Thus, the activities of the child were seen and monitored finally helping the rescue team in their successful operation.

NICT salutes the efforts of CSC Operators Mr. Jitendra Patel and Mr. Nilesh Dhakad for their appreciable contribution in such life saving operation.

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Comment by Mohammad Hasibur Rahman on March 25, 2012 at 10:33pm

, Bangladesh is very beautiful but their peoples is not very strong and we have some poor peoples who are very sick, so we invite CSC Opertors contributed in life saving operation to Bangladesh. I can organize all of thing if they come.

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