logging in or signing up Aadhaar- How to Get Aadhaar Card mahi.syama Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 893 Category: Education License: Some Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 13, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Aadhaar: Aadhaar Unique Identification Number http://uidai.gov.in/What is Aadhaar?: What is Aadhaar? Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique number which the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) will issue for all residents. The number will be stored in a centralised database and linked to the basic demographics and biometric information – photograph, ten fingerprints and iris – of each individual. The details of the data fields and verification procedures are available here. 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 geographyAadhaar: AadhaarWhy Aadhaar?: Why Aadhaar? Aadhaar -based identification will have two unique features: Universality, which is ensured because Aadhaar will over time be recognized and accepted across the country and across all service providers. Every resident's entitlement to the number. The number will consequently form the basic, universal identity infrastructure over which Registrars and Agencies across the country can build their identity-based applications. Unique Identification of India (UIDAI) will build partnerships with various Registrars across the country to enrol residents for the number. Such Registrars may include state governments, state Public Sector Units (PSUs), banks, telecom companies, etc. These Registrars may in turn partner with enrolling agencies to enroll residents into Aadhaar. Aadhaar will ensure increased trust between public and private agencies and residents. Once residents enrol for Aadhaar, service providers will no longer face the problem of performing repeated Know Your Customer (KYC) checks before providing services. They would no longer have to deny services to residents without identification documents. Residents would also be spared the trouble of repeatedly proving identity through documents each time they wish to access services such as obtaining a bank account, passport, or driving license etc.Why Aadhaar?: Why Aadhaar? By providing a clear proof of identity, Aadhaar will empower poor and underprivileged residents in accessing services such as the formal banking system and give them the opportunity to easily avail various other services provided by the Government and the private sector. The centralized technology infrastructure of the UIDAI will enable 'anytime, anywhere, anyhow' authentication. Aadhaar will thus give migrants mobility of identity. Aadhaar authentication can be done both offline and online, online authentication through a cell phone or land line connection will allow residents to verify their identity remotely. Remotely, online Aadhaar -linked identity verification will give poor and rural residents the same flexibility that urban non-poor residents presently have in verifying their identity and accessing services such as banking and retail. Aadhaar will also demand proper verification prior to enrolment, while ensuring inclusion. Existing identity databases in India are fraught with problems of fraud and duplicate or ghost beneficiaries. To prevent these problems from seeping into the Aadhaar database, the UIDAI plans to enrol residents into its database with proper verification of their demographic and biometric information. This will ensure that the data collected is clean from the beginning of the program. However, much of the poor and under-privileged population lack identity documents and Aadhaar may be the first form of identification they will have access to. The UIDAI will ensure that its Know Your Resident (KYR) standards do not become a barrier for enrolling the poor and has accordingly developed an Introducer system for residents who lack documentation. Through this system, authorized individuals ('Introducers') who already have an Aadhaar, can introduce residents who don't have any identification documents, enabling them to receive their Aadhaar.Who can get an Aadhaar?: Who can get an Aadhaar? An individual who is a resident in India and satisfies the verification process laid down by the UIDAI can get an Aadhaar.How 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.Contact Centre Details: Contact Centre Details The UIDAI has set up a Contact Centre. The users of this system are expected to be residents, registrars and enrolment agencies. Any resident seeking enrolment is given a printed acknowledgement form with an Enrolment Number, that enables the resident to make queries about her/his enrolment status through any communication channel of the contact centre . ►Voice – 1800-180-1947 ►Fax – 080-2353 1947 ►Letters – PO Box 1947, GPO Bangalore - 560001 ►Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload the form here: Download the form here http://uidai.gov.in/uid_download/enrolmentform.pdf Here is the embedded form…… Alternatively download the enrollment form from the link given belowWhat is in the form ?: Aadhaar Form AADHAAR/Enrollment number: _______________ Date :_____ /______ /___________ Part A – Primary Details Name: ___________ Mother / Father / Husband / Guardian’s Name _________________ (Name of Mother/Father/Guardian is must for children below 5 years of age) Date of Birth: ___________ If not known, Age:______ Gender: Male, Female, Transgender Residential address: c/o:_______________________________ House No. and name: ___________________ Street No. and name: ___________________ Landmark: ___________________ Village / City: ______________ District:________________ State:______________ Pin code: __________ Part B – Additional Information Phone No. / Mobile No. (optional): Email (optional): ____________________ Part C – Financial Information I want to link my existing bank A/c to Aadhaar and I have no objection on this issue. Bank name and Branch _____________ A/c No.______________ (Please use CAPITAL letters) What is in the form ?3 Documents needed: 3 Documents needed 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 cards 11. Arms license 12. Kisan photo passbook 13. Photo credit card 14. Freedom fighter photo card 15. Address card having name photo issued by department of post. 16. CGHS /ECHS photo card 17. Certificate of identity having photo issued by group A gazetted officer in letterheadAddress 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 License 11. Property Tax Receipt (not older than 3 months) 12. NREGS Job Card 13. Electricity Bill (not older than 3 months) 14. Signed Letter having Photo issued by registered Company on letterhead 15. Freedom Fighter Card 16. CGHS / ECHS Card 17. Credit Card Statement (not older than 3 months) 18. Signed Letter having Photo issued by Recognized Educational Instruction on letterhead 19. Pensioner Card 20. Signed Letter having Photo from Bank on letterhead 21. Vehicle Registration Certificate 22. Address Card having Photo issued by Department of Posts 23. Certificate of Address issued by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) 24. Income Tax Assessment Order 25. Certificate of Address having photo issued by MP or MLA or Group A Gazetted Officer on letterhead 26. Kissan Passbook 27. Registered Sale / Lease / Rent Agreement 28. Caste and Domicile Certificate having Photo issued by State Govt.Proof 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 letterheadStages of Enrollment: Stages of EnrollmentThis is a small effort to provide information to the general public All details given in the presentation are from the web site http://uidai.gov.in/.: This is a small effort to provide information to the general public All details given in the presentation are from the web site http://uidai.gov.in/ . You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.