U I D A I Card

Frequently Asked Questions About UIDAI:

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What is the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and where does it get its authority from?
What is the problem the UIDAI seeks to address?
What will the UIDAI do?
What will the institutional framework created by the UIDAI be?
What will be the nature of relationship between UIDAI and the players in the eco system?
Why is the UIDAI following the partnership model? Would it not be better to go door to door and register people, or use the already available database of the Election Commission, PAN, PDS etc?
Why should service providers such as banks and government agencies want to be Registrars? What are the benefits for Registrars?
Who can get a UID number?
Who is a resident? Will this include illegal migrants and also visitors (with visas) to India?
Will getting a UID be compulsory?
What are the benefits for the resident? Why should a person get on the UID database and get a UID number?
How will the UIDAI ensure that the poor and marginalized are covered and that there is no identity divide created as a result of this process?
What is the process that will be followed to issue a UID number?
What is the verification process that will be followed by the enrolling agency before processing the documents for a UID number?
Will there be a card issued? How will the resident know what their number is?
Why no card?
What is the information that the UIDAI will seek from the resident?
How will the information in the database be used? What does authentication mean and how will it work on a daily basis?
Will the resident be allowed to access their own information and make corrections if necessary?
Who will have access to the UID database? How will the security of the database be ensured?
How will the authentication process work?
What happens if the authenticating agency denies that a person has been authenticated in order to wrongfully deny services?
How will the UIDAI protect against functional creep?
How will children be captured in the database?
How will the biometric of the Differently-abled and people with no finger prints or rugged hands e.g. beedi workers or people with no fingers be captured?
In what language will the database be maintained? In what language will authentication services be provided? In what language will communication between UIDAI and the resident take place?
What happens when wrong information is entered into the UID database?
What are the privacy protections in place to protect the right to privacy of the resident?
What are the kinds of fraud that can occur in the UID system?
What happens in case of identity fraud or the system not working properly? “X” registers in the name of “Y” with Y’s demographic details. “Y” could be living or dead?
“X” appears to get one more UID number and presents different information?
Person appears as himself hoping for a second UID number.
Person appears to get second card in another person’s name.
De-duplication works incorrectly and throws up a false positive on the biometric.
Will there be a grievance redressal mechanism?
  • Anand Kumar

    Hi Sir,thanks for initiating BITA,but the most essential thing to bring MNCs to bihar is to provide ample skilled resources for that you need to promote startup of private engineering colleges in the state.Its very essential for the state to form one technical university which will provide easy affiliation to private colleges and manage them well.Like Punjab Technical University(PTU),Biju Pattnaik University of Technical Edication(BPUT),VTU Karnataka and many more…In Bihar there are negligible amount of private institutions are there even they too are facing the problem of affiliation from university and getting closed.If the State will have private technical colleges at least people will not come out state to persue education and degree so that they will have degree and find job some where outside into MNCs.
    Please improve the english education curriculum in Bihar board as well in order to compete in the international market.