As on August 2011, Gujarat had the maximum number of common service centers rolled out with 13695 followed by Uttar Pradesh with 10493. The total CSCs rolled out in August were 96311. Due to termination of Service Centre Agencies (SCA) in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Uttarakhand around 4537 CSCs are reported to be non operational. Some Observations: - Uttar Pradesh has the maximum number of CSCs with 18745. - In Lakshwadeep and in Andaman and Nicobar no CSCs were rolled out in August. Lakshwadeep has 10 CSC while Andaman and Nicobar has 45 CSCs. - According to the latest data, the total number of CSCs in the country stands at 126933. - Delhi had 520 CSCs rolled out in August. Data Source: India’s Department of Telecom Share data sources with us: contact email@example.com Advertise: To advertise on Chart of the Day, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Daily and segment-wise options available.
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