Jan Seva Kendra

Jan Seva Kendra

The purpose of Smart Cities Mission is to drive economic growth and improve quality of life of people by enabling local area development and harnessing technology, especially technology that leads to Smart outcomes.

Jan Seva Kendras are the access points for delivery of essential public utility services,social welfare  schemes, healthcare, financial, education and agriculture services, apart from host of B2C services to citizens in rural and remote areas of the country. This project is a PAN city proposal which involves building up of Jan Seva Kendras.

The expected outcomes in broad terms are mentioned as below:

a.    The citizens should get all the services of the Government that are made available electronically to JAN SEVA KENDRA, during extended periods on Government working days and on certain specified periods on holidays but without any relation to the jurisdiction of a particular office of a department or agency.

b.    JSK is to be operated and maintained at a very high degree of focus on quality of service delivery in accordance to the best practices in the industry for Citizen Service. The payments to the Service provider for the services delivered to the citizens will be directly linked to quality of service delivered.

c.    It should be possible to strictly enforce JAN SEVA KENDRAS Citizen‟s Charters in respect of quality, efficiency and responsiveness in the provision of services.

The Project

Based on the functional requirements and proposed infrastructure of JSK, a typical G+2 building has been proposed. It is an RCC framed structure with a plot area 780 sq. ft. (30‟ x 26‟). The total built up area of the building is 1530 sq. ft. Bihar building bye laws have been adhered while setting up offsets for the building.

On the ground floor, two counters (5‟ x 5‟) have been proposed while on first floor similar 4 counters are proposed for carrying out various services with a waiting area for customers. The first floor houses supervisor room along with UPS and electric room. In the second floor server room with a lobby for seating has been provided.

However, since this is a typical layout plan the actual layout plan will vary for each site depending on shape and dimensions of the land available.

Locations of Jan Seva Kendras

Patna Smart City Limited will build Jan Seva Kendras in 28 wards of Patna Municipal Corporation Area.

 

S No.

Ward Number

Address

1

3

Road Number-3, Nahar Marg

2.

4

Old Pump House, Sheikhupura

3.

11

Harni Chowk

4.

14

Near Old Sump House

5.

21

Near PRDA Building, F-type quarter

6.

22

A N College Campus, Boring Road

7.

22 A

Gate-93, IIT hostel campus

8.

24

In front of Maa Sharda Complex, east boring canal road

9.

26

Sri Krishna Nagar Park

10

28

Bandar Bagicha, Near Santosh Apartment

11

29

Overhead Tank Campus, near Khas Mahal

12

33

F-sector, Malahi Pakdi

13

34

Old Water Tank, Malahi Pakdi Chowk

14

38

BN Rai Path, Kadamkuan

15

39

Patna Municipal Corporation Union Office

16

42

SC-ST Colony, Bankipur

17

43

Road number-1, Pani Tanki, Rajendra Nagar

18

46

Road Number-1. Bhoothnath Road

19

49

SCRT, Bankipur

20

51

Old Pump House, Madarsa Islamic

21

53

Babuganj, Pani Tanki

22

56

Chhoti Pahadi, Jakripul

23

58

Sarkari Press, Patna City

24

59

Near Janani Ward

25

61

Mahatma Jyoti Park

26

65

Jal Parshad, Azeemabad

27

67

Near Maroofganj Sub Station

28

72

Near Deedarganj Police Station, Behind Temple

 

Project Cost and Executing Agency

·         The estimated cost of one building is Rs. 45.51 lakh. The project of building Jan Seva Kendras at 28 locations have been divided among three companies namely-

·         M/s Classicon Construction (I) Pvt. Ltd (10 buildings )

·         M/s Sai Highway and Builders Pvt Ltd ( 9 buildings )

·         M/s Prakash Construction ( 9 buildings )