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  • Sir, I am very happy to get India's Most valuable identity. But I can't understand why some of our offices not considering this as Identity. Recently I approached Shymas Honda,Alappuzha,Kerala, for booking a two wheeler. But they refused accept my Adhar card as Identity,saying that our motor vehicle Dept not yet considered this as ID. If any one can help Please mail me at sasinair4477@gmail.com.
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  • Sir,

    it is informed that UID is issued to identify a person, mainly through the photo of the person. But, when a person see the quality of the photo taken in connection with this process, he himself will be unable to identify himself; then, how can another person identify him.

    I am a residing at Peroor Village in Ettumanoor Panchayat in Kottayam District in Keralam. My enrollment No is 2007/32058/02541 dated18/09/2011 at 14:43:17. When I saw my photo in the acknowledgement issued to me I was actually sad to see me in this pathetic condition. The photos of my family members also were of the same condition. When I said this to others they were also of the same opinion about the photos of themselves and their family members.

    The enrollment agency was Swathy Smartcards Hi-Tech Pvt.Ltd. When agencies were selected for this type of huge and important programs, it should have been verified whether their equipments are of high quality. Anyway, I am sorry to inform that it is very difficult to identify a person through the photo in the Unique Identification Card to be issued, if it is the same photo that is issued in the acknowledgement copy to the concerned persons. I request that the agency may be asked to rectify the defects before issuing the original identification card.
    With regards,

    Yours faithfully,
    -sd-
    A.T.Mohanan Nair,
    Paurnami, Peroor P.O.
    Kottayam, Keralam.
    PIN - 686637.
    e-mail : a.tmohanannair@yahoo.in
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Aadhaar

  1. 1. Creating a Unique Identity for every resident – the journey e-Governance Leadership Meet for Government of Andhra Pradesh November 10, 2010 Unique Identification Authority of India www.uidai.gov.in Presentation by V. S. Bhaskar, IAS Deputy Director General Regional Office, Hyderabad Unique Identification Authority of India
  2. 2. 1 The Unique ID initiative UIDAI mandate 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 Context and Need for Unique IDs To Clean up existing databases, to remove Duplicates and Fakes To improve targeting and delivery of services Enable service and applications that require a verifiable unique ID
  3. 3. 2 Principles of Aadhaar One-time standardized Aadhaar enrollment establishes uniqueness of resident via ‘biometric de-duplication’ • Only one Aadhaar number per eligible individual Online Authentication is provided by UIDAI • Demographic Data (Name, Address, DOB, Gender) • Biometric Data (Fingerprint) Aadhaar :subject to online authentication is proof of ID Aadhaar enrollment / Update = KYC Aadhaar No. Issued, stored in Auth. Server “Verification” of KYC (Authentication)
  4. 4. 3 Features of Aadhaar Aadhaar is a 12 digit number – No Cards Random Number – No Intelligence Standard Attributes – No Profiling or Application Information All Residents including Children get Numbers Introducer System Partnership Model Flexibile Authentication Interface to Partners 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  5. 5. 4 Benefits of Aadhaar (I) • No fakes • No duplicates • To all with special focus on the marginalised and the excluded • Enable connectivity among databases • Enable consolidation Reduces Leakages Provides Identities Breaks Silos
  6. 6. 5 Benefits of Aadhaar (II) • Financial inclusion • Electronic transfer of benefits • Security of transactions • Access to services • Mobility in various application • Building up of applications Enables Enhances Ensures
  7. 7. 6 Chairman Director General and Mission Director P M U T D U 6 DDGs 13 ADGs Regional Offices (8) – headed by DDGs Bengaluru Karnatak a Kerala Tamil Nadu Pondiche rry Lakshad weep Delhi Delhi Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Chandigarh J & K Punjab Haryana Himacha l Pradesh Chandig arh Guwahati Assam Arunach al Pradesh Meghala ya Manipur Nagaland Mizoram Tripura Sikkim Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh Orissa Chhatti sgarh Andama n & Nicobar Lucknow Uttarakha nd Uttar Pradesh Mumbai Maharashtra Gujarat Goa Dama & Diu Dadar & Nagar Haveli Ranchi Bihar Jharkhand West Bengal
  8. 8. 7 UID ecosystem – A symbiotic network UIDAI CIDR Oil Ministry States LIC & Banks Income TaxOil Cos. LPG agencies Branches Field agencies Food & Supplies Rural Development Social welfare Ration shops Registrar Sub-registrar Enrolling agency Continuous monitoring and feedback
  9. 9. 8 Category Task Status Standards Data Standards Biometric Standards IT Infrastructure Pilot Data Centre Space Project Management Consultant Application Development Agency Biometric Solution MSP Selection Support Infrastructure Logistic Support Contact centre Legal Framework Draft Bill approved by the Cabinet Registrar activation Technical workshop with Registrars Completed In Progress Status update: Project Infrastructure
  10. 10. 9 Status update: Project Infrastructure Category Task Status Enrolment and Training Device Certification Empanelment of Enrolling Agencies Training Content Development Enrolment Manual (Version 1.0) Testing and Certification Proof of Concept Proof of Concept (PoCs) in Field PoC Data Analysis ( Technical, Behavioral , perception and Diversity) Awareness, Communications and Applications Brand name and Logo UID Value Proposition Document UID App Docs : FI, PDS, Education, NREGA etc. MoUs 35 States/UTs, M of PNG, MoRD, Dept of Posts, M of HRD 18 financial institutions Completed In Progress
  11. 11. 10 Registrar On-boarding Process 1. MoU with the State Government 2. Empowered Committee and Implementation Committee 3. Nodal Department and Registrar 4. KYR+ Fields 5. Vendor Selection 6. Enrolment Plan 7. IEC Activity 8. 13th FC Funds 9. Monitoring the enrolment process 10.ICT Infrastructure 11.Aligning UID number to Databases & Government Programmes
  12. 12. 11 11 Demographic data fields captured during Aadhaar enrolment Field Name Comments Name PoI documents required Date of Birth Approximate/ Declared/ Verified Gender M/F/T Address PoA documents required Parent/Spouse/Guardian Name Optional (mandatory in case of child below 5 years) Introducer UID Where PoI/PoA not provided
  13. 13. 12 Capture Demographic & Biometric Data Optional data: • Introducer data for verification and/or • Data of a relative who has a UID number or an enrolment number • Phone no., email address Biometric Data 12 Resident’s Photograph Resident’s Finger Prints Resident’s Iris
  14. 14. 13 Enrolment Station
  15. 15. 14 Enrolment Station
  16. 16. 15 Process Workflow Preparation Activities Enrolment Activities Ongoing Activities Verificatio n procedure s Demographic & biometric data capture Data transfer to CIDR CIDR Rejections identified Biometric De- duplication UID Assignmen t Data Updation Authenticatio n Certifications Devices Operators Registrar Readiness MoU, committees etc Process & Technology Alignment Prep Enrolments Introducers Operators, supervisors Letter Printing & Delivery Setup Enrolment Centers Devices, hardware, software, connectivity People, admin support, logistics etc. 1 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  17. 17. 16 Aadhaar Letter
  18. 18. 17 UID Project – Progress in Andhra Pradesh • G.O.M.S. No.1, dt.29.1.2010 - Empowered Committee constituted for UID Project • G.O.M.S. No.2, dt.29.1.2010 - State Level Implementation Committee constituted • MoU signed between UIDAI and Government of Andhra Pradesh on 10.3.2010 • G.O.M.S.No.9, dt.29.8.2009 - Planning Department has been designated as the Nodal Department • PoC Studies conducted in Medak and Krishna Districts in March and April 2010 on technical, process-related and behavioural aspects of the Project
  19. 19. 18 UID Project – Progress in Andhra Pradesh • Empowered Committee under the Chief Minister and the UID Implementation Committee under the Chief Secretary met and took decision to guide the Project in AP • Decisions include: • Finalisation of KYR+ fields • F & CS and Rural Development Departments as Registrars • F & CS Department as Registrar for Phase I • Enrol 35 lakh residents as part of existing Conract • Enrolment of 3 crore residents in AP as part of Phase I of the UID Project • Issue RFQ to Firms empanelled by the UIDAI • Saturation of 7 Districts – Hyderabad, Adilabad, Rangareddy, East Godavari, Srikakulam, Chittoor, Anantpur
  20. 20. 19 UID Project – Progress in Andhra Pradesh • Rs 50/- per enrolment would be reimbursed for every successful Aadhaar generated in the State This money is used for • Paying the enrolment agency • IEC activities • Printing of enrolment forms (for KYR & KYR+) • Storage of documents produced for PoI/PoA/DoB • Plan of Action for IEC worked out in consultation with the Commissioner, I & PR and the IEC resource of UIDAI • Rs. 126.10 crores allocated by 13th Finance Commission to AP over the period 2010-11 to 2014-15 to incentivize BPL families for enrolment into the UID scheme
  21. 21. 20 UID Project – Coverage of residents • Coverage of the residents and utility of Aadhaar is contingent on • State / UT Governments making Aadhaar mandatory for delivery of services • Use of Aadhaar to cleanse the databases across Departments • Use of Aadhaar to link up multiple databases within the State and beyond • Use of the Authentication Infrastructure created by the UIDAI • Routing of direct benefits to residents and payments in various schemes through the Aadhaar-enabled Bank Accounts • Procedure for selection of enrolment agencies • Quality of training • IEC plan and execution
  22. 22. 21 UID Project – Andhra Pradesh Coverage of the residents and utility of Aadhaar is also contingent on • Roll Out Plan • Choice of enrolment centres • Saturation • Coordination with other Registrars to avoid overlap • Logistics support for the enrolment process • Monitoring • MIS • Mid-course corrections •ICT Up-gradation • UIDAI funds the Aadhaar-linked ICT up gradation proposals from State Governments • ICT proposals are crucial for effective use of Aadhaar and the UID Infrastructure
  23. 23. 22 Contact Center for UIDAI Key stakeholders serviced ►Residents ►Registrars ►Enrollment Agencies ►Resident Service Agencies Languages supported ►Hindi, English ►North (Hindi) ►South (Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil) ►West (Gujarati, Marathi) ►East (Odiya, Bengali, Assamese) Inbound Channels ►Voice ►Fax ►Letters ►Email ►Web-Portal Outbound Channels ►Voice ►Fax ►Letters ►Email ►SMS Nature of queries ►General queries – handled without outside help ►Specific queries – handled with help from other departments or other entities partnering with UIDAI ►Queries & Grievances shall be elaborated in the subsequent slides Support Window ►12 x 6 – 8 AM to 8 PM ►6 Days a week ►Non-working on 3 Mandatory National holidays ►Working on other public holidays All India Toll-free number 1800-180-1947 Fax number Letters e-mail 080-23531947 PO Box 1947, GPO Bangalore - 560001 help@uidai.gov.in
  24. 24. 23 23 1 2 3 4 5 6 Enrollment Agencies Registrars KYR, Biometrics, KYR+ Resident UIDAI Banks / POSB KYR, Biometrics Aadhaar Aadhaar, KYR, Photo Aadhaar Bank A/c Financial Inclusion - Aadhaar enabled bank account
  25. 25. 24 UID goals can be accelerated with urgency in implementation 24 1st UID issued 600 mill. UIDs Complete coverage 12-18 months + 4 years + ? years
  26. 26. 25 Thank You !

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