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  • Unique Identification Authority of India
    Submitted by:
    Harsh Singh(10810026)
    Rajneesh Kumar(10810049)
    Varun Sharma(10810069)
  • Launched in in the tribal village, Tembhli, in Nandurbar, Maharashtra on 29th September, 2010
    Developing an Identity number for every Indian
    Similar to SSN of US
    Project Aadhar
  • To provide accessible identification that can be used for entitlement(unique and universal)
    Prevent duplication of effort and leakages existent in the current system
    Enable service and applications that require a verifiable unique ID (continuity and mobility)
    Need for a Unique ID
  • To provide a unique number to the residents of India
    Collect basic demographic information and biometric information
    Guarantee non duplication through biometrics
    Offer online authentication services that can be used across India
    UIDAI Mandate
  • Cost and Timelines
  • Issues a 12 digit number
    Establishes identity and is for every resident in India
    Basic demographic and biometric information
    Voluntary
    Irrespective of existing documentation
    Prevents duplicate IDs and ghosts in the system
    UID Features
  • Information Collected
    KYR Fields – Name, Address, Gender, DOB
    Photo & Address Verification
    Photo
    10-fingerprints on Slap scanner
    Iris Scan
    Scale
    Target- 600 million by 2014
    the Authority will photograph a staggering 600 million Indians, scan 1.2 billion irises, collect six billion fingerprints and record 600 million addresses
    When the 600 millionth person is assigned a unique 12-digit UID, the system that generates it will have to compare it against 599,999,999 photographs, 1,199,999,998 irises and 12,999,999,990 fingerprints to ensure the number is indeed unique
    UID
  • Reduces leakages
    No Fakes
    No Duplicates
    Provides Identities
    To marginalized and Excluded
    Breaks Silos
    Enable connectivity and consolidation between Databases
    Enables applications
    Financial inclusion
    Electronic benefits transfer
    Enhances
    Authentication & Security
    Access to services
    Benefits
  • ID: A common challenge
  • Architecture
  • Authentication
  • Identity, Financial Inclusion, Direct Cash Transfer for subsidy, fight leakages from the system
  • Aadhaar (UID Project) :Challenges
    Operational Issues:
    • Scalability – US population is 30 crore, for India it is 121 crore.
    • Processing time of data
    • Biometric Scanners issues
    • Information update issues
  • Aadhaar (UID Project) :Challenges
    Political Issues:
    • Change of power
    • Co-ordination : Government Departments
    • Digitalization of Land records
    • Funding issues
  • Aadhaar (UID Project) :Challenges
    Social Issues:
    • Privacy of Individual’s data
    • Reliability of Information provided by individuals
    • Lack of awareness
  • Conclusion
    UID Project proposes to:
    • Bring Identity
    • Transparency
    • Technological Base for the social welfare programmes
    • And much more…
  • Conclusion (cont..)
    “Direct Cash transfers as a substitute of subsidy and other such e-governance initiatives will succeed only when governance is good enough. The ‘e’ in e-governance is useless unless proper policies are followed”
    - T.VijayKumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development, GOI
  • THANK YOU