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Presented by: Kanishka Agarwal Khusboo Jain Pankaj Singhal Sudhir Singhi Saurav BansalPowerPoint Presentation: WHAT IS AADHAAR ? Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique number Issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) The number will be stored in a centralized database and linked to the basic demographics and biometric information – photograph, ten fingerprints and iris – of each individual. Aadhaar will be: Easily verifiable in an online, cost-effective way Unique and robust enough to eliminate the large number of duplicate and fake identities in government and private databases A random number generated, devoid of any classification based on caste, creed, religion and geographyPowerPoint Presentation: What Aadhaar is A number(12 digits) For every individual including infants Enables identifation,and is for every resident Will collect demographic and biometric information to establish uniqueness of individual. Voluntary For every resident ,irrespective of existing documentation. Each individual will be given a single unique ID number UIDAI will enable a universal identity infrastructure that any ID based application like rasan card etc. can use. UIDAI will give a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ response for any identification authentication queries. What Aadhaar isn’t Another card One per family Establishes citizenship and is only for Indians. Will collect profiling information such as caste ,religion, language Mandatory Only for individuals who possess identification documents. Individual can get multiple aAadhars AAadhars will replace ll other IDs. UIDAI information will be accessible to public and private companiesPowerPoint Presentation: UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION AUTHORITY OF INDIA Unique Identification Authority of India is an agency of government of India. It was established in February 2009. Its main aim is to provide unique identity/ number to all Indians. It was launched in NADURBAR district of Maharastra . The agancy was headed by Mr. NANDAN NILEKANI (Chairman)PowerPoint Presentation: Pre-Launch period Before being provided with a governmental infrastructure, a core development team was assembled which included Srikanth Nadhamuni, Salil Prabhakar, R.S. Sharma, Pramod Varma and Wyly Wade, amongst other people from both the public and private sectors. This initial team provided the alpha versions of the software, designed the strategy and ran the proofs of concept in the field. Launch UIDAI launched AADHAAR program in the tribal village, Tembhli, in Shahada,Nandurbar, Maharashtra on 29 September 2010. The program was inaugurated by Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh along with UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi. The first resident to receive an AADHAAR was Ranjana Sonawane of Tembhli village.PowerPoint Presentation: Aadhaar-based identification will have two unique features: Universality ensured resident's entitlement. The number will consequently form the basic, universal identity infrastructure over which Registrars and Agencies across the country can build their identity-based applications. build partnerships increased trust empower poor and underprivileged residents ensure that its Know Your Resident (KYR) standards do not become a barrier for enrolling the poor Why Aadhaar?PowerPoint Presentation: The single source of identity verification. Entry for poor into the formal banking system. Giving migrants mobility of identity. Financial inclusion with deeper penetration Projected benefitsPowerPoint Presentation: an anti-poverty program launched by the Government of India on 1 January 2013. aims to transfer subsidies to the people living below the poverty line Direct Benefit TransferWho can get an Aadhaar?: Who can get an Aadhaar ? Any resident of India, Non Resident Indian (NRI) or Any foreign citizen residing in India can apply for AadhaarHow to get an Aadhaar?: How to get an Aadhaar? The process to get an Aadhaar will be circulated by the local media upon which residents need to go to the nearest Enrolment Camp to register for an Aadhaar. The resident primarily needs to carry certain documents which will be specified in the media advertisement. Upon registering for Aadhaar , residents will go through a biometric scanning of ten fingerprints and iris. They will then be photographed and given an enrolment number upon completion. Depending on the enrolment agency, residents will be issued an Aadhaar number within 60 to 90 days.Documents ?: Documents ? ID Proof Address Proof Proof of Date of BirthID Proof : Name and Identity: Any one proof from the below list which has your name and photograph : ID Proof : Name and Identity : Any one proof from the below list which has your name and photograph 1. Voter ID 2. PAN card 3. Ration / PDS photo card 4. Passport 5. Pensioner photo card 6. Driving license 7. Photo ID issued by recognized educational institute 8. Bank ATM card with Photo 9. NREGS job card 10. Government photo ID cardsAddress Proof Any one from the following: Address Proof Any one from the following 1. Passport 2. Insurance Policy 3. Telephone Landline Bill (not older than 3 months) 4. Post Office Account Statement/ Passbook 5. Bank Statement / Passbook 6. Voter ID / Driving License 7. Water bill (not older than 3 months) 8. Government Photo ID cards 9. Ration Card 10. Arms LicenseProof of Date of Birth / Age (Optional): Proof of Date of Birth / Age (Optional) 1. Passport 2. Birth Certificate 3. SSLC Book / Certificate 4. Certificate of Date of Birth issued by Group A Gazetted Officer on letterheadProcess Outline: Process Outline Take your documents of address and identity proof (original or photocopies attested by a gazetted officer) along with Aadhaar enrolment form. At the enrolment centre, there will be a document verification process done by the officials over there. The enroller or operator will insert your details and will ask you to validate the data entry. You will then be asked to undergo through a process of fingerprint and iris scanning. After that your photograph will be taken. The operator or enroller will then sign off with his fingerprint. You will then receive a printed acknowledgement slip with an enrolment number and other details. This finishes your job as part of getting your Aadhaar number.PowerPoint Presentation: Very costly to implement and administer. A very complex and lengthy process. Reliability of biometric methods . Legal challenges National security DRAWBACKS OF UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER( AADHAAR) Present scenario of Aadhaar : Present scenario of Aadhaar 340 million people has been issued aadhaar cards. Birth dates has been incorporated in the newly issued aadhaar cards. Deficiency in the biometric methods are been taken care by the professionals. Intensive programme has been launched to issue aadhaar cards to atleast 50% of the total population of India upto 2014. Steps has been taken to secure the data base collected through aadhaar cards. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.