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Aadhaar is a Management Control System. It acts an MCS for the Govt Policies and implementation. In this presentation we have tried to discuss how Aadhaar or UID No. should be implemented and what are ...

Aadhaar is a Management Control System. It acts an MCS for the Govt Policies and implementation. In this presentation we have tried to discuss how Aadhaar or UID No. should be implemented and what are the implication of such implementation. We have also tried to discuss upon what are the Control of this Control.
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    Aadhaar Aadhaar Presentation Transcript

    • Presented to Prof. Anil Agashe Prof. Jayant Oke & PUMBA2012-14 AS A CONTROL SYSTEM Presented by 12201 12204 12212 12256 12263
    • The System
    • Aadhaar Benefits Intangible Labor mobility Impact on inclusion Tangible Demand-side empowerment Government Economy
    • PDS
    • Quotations  (Late) Rajiv Gandhi   Only 15 paise out of every rupee spent by the government reaches the people. Planning Commission of India (2008):  for every Rs. 4 spent on the PDS, only Re. 1 reaches the poor.
    • Areas for PDS reform       Beneficiary identification, and addressing inclusion/exclusion errors, Addressing diversions and leakages, Managing foodgrain storage and ensuring timely distribution. Effective accountability and monitoring, and enabling community monitoring. Mechanisms for grievance redressal. Ensuring food security.
    • ROLE FOR AADHAAR WITHIN THE PDS
    • One Aadhaar = One beneficiary  Central ID Data Repository (CIDR)  Available database of the (entire) population  If any applicant’s biometrics do not match with existing sets, only then Unique ID will be generated.
    • Portability in identification  Aadhaar is a universal number  Central Database can be verified from all AUAs  So, there is no territorial confinement  Mobility of Identity
    • Confirmation of entitlement delivered to the beneficiary after authentication  Remote, online biometric and demographic authentication of identity,  Real-time authentication,  Multi-channel (internet, mobile, portals etc.)
    • Bank Authentication Input File
    • Aadhaar-enabled cloud-computing infrastructure    Link all ration shops (district wise or state wise) Create cloud-based MIS This will enable the PDS to address broader challenges:    Procurement Storage Monitoring
    • Electronic Benefit Transfers  Enable GoI to transfer entitlements to residents through an electronic system (DBT)  Beneficiaries could have an online food account on the PDS system  Would enable GoI to directly communicate details of food entitlements to residents
    • PDS inclusion/exclusion issues   Omission of poor families Fake and duplicate ration cards   Individual versus household benefits   Delhi (901 cards issued to one woman) Special women and children schemes used by the entire family Aadhaar will address these issues to a large extent
    • Aadhaar-based authentication at FPS   Ensuring zero proxy-withdrawals Providing beneficiaries with portable entitlements
    • Aadhaar-based authentication across the supply chain
    • OTHER PROBLEMS WITH PDS
    • Storage losses (FCI)  Loss of moisture  Sliding down /deterioration of stocks  Fungus/ infestation of stocks  Bird /Rodents trouble in storage complexes  Bleeding/ spillage of grain from gunny bags  Prolonged storage
    • Storage losses
    • Transit losses (FCI)        Pilferage and theft en-route Loss of moisture during long transit Multiple handling Use of hooks by labour Weak texture of gunnies & bursting of bags Spillage through wagon holes /cleavages and flap doors Spillage and theft at transhipment points
    • Transit losses
    • Measures taken       Security and Safety of Storage Complexes Inspections Quality Control Measures Safeguards for Movement & Storage Internal Audit and Physical verification of stock of FCI (Random sampling method) Despite all steps taken, there has been no reduction in losses
    • Banking
    • UID Enabled Banking - Deposit
    • UID Enabled Banking - Withdrawal
    • OTHER AREAS OF IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL
    • PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
    • Balanced Score Card Financial Perspective Internal Business Perspective Customer Perspective Innovation & Learning Perspective
    • Internal Business Perspective  Operational Risks  Speed of transactions (Real-time)  Transaction Success Rate  Data Integrity  Number of help-desk referrals
    • Innovation & Learning Perspective  New enrolments  No of new schemes covered  Emerging risks research  Program awareness
    • Customer Perspective  Vulnerability incidents reported  Customer confidence surveys  Simplicity and ease of use  System downtimes
    • Financial Perspective  Overall cost-benefit analysis. (uid_cba_spreadsheet.xls)  Leakage of funds (subsidies) prevented