UIDAI to Commence biometric signing off Aadhaar at Registration centers
In a bid to ensure a secured data collection procedure, Particular Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is soon planning to initiate a process which will enable the authorized employees of banks, post offices and also the authorities to biometrically signing off Aadhaar enrolment and update sort group.
“The move is aimed at addressing the safety concerns around the collection of biometric and other advice,” said Ajay Bhushan Pandey, CEO, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
Earlier, UIDAI had requested the states to shift the Aadhaar enrollments from private conduct websites to government or municipal assumptions. It has also educated privately in addition to public sector banks to prepare Aadhaar enrolment center and updation center in its 10 percent of its branches.
“The enrolment and upgrades will occur mostly in banks, post office, and government assumptions. There additionally, during enrolment, the authorized employee of the banks, post offices or the authorities is going to need to biometrically signal the Aadhar card download enrolment or updation application,” Pandey said.
He further said that an additional coating to ensure safety i s the making and the suggested mechanism is most likely to be implemented by January.
A procedure for this additional layer of security and oversight is being developed and the proposed mechanism is very likely to be in place by January, he added. The mechanism empowers authorized employees of Aadhar card status to sign the application form off after it is received.
“Before the private operator even though he was a certified operator used to sign it, now it might need to be countersigned via biometrics with a government, bank or post office worker,” Pandey added.