Showing posts with label UIDAI Bill. Show all posts
Showing posts with label UIDAI Bill. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Aadhar Card has Become a Must for Senior Citizens While Traveling



On April 1, 2017, Aadhar and Unique Identification cards (UIDs) will become mandatory for senior citizens to use concerning the reservation of rail tickets. The reservations will be directly linked to these either of these cards when purchasing e-tickets and at concessions counters. Due to this, the Aadhar Card is a must for senior citizens.

This requirement is optional between January 2017 and March 2017. As soon as April 1, 2017 rolls around, the use of the cards will become mandatory. This is due to the Railway Ministry's decision to roll out the Aadhaar ticketing system in a two part process.

A.K. Manocha, the IRCTC Chairman and Managing Director, has said that the linking of Aadhaar Cards with train tickets for senior citizens is designed to streamline the reservation process. He also said that it is a push for Indian Railways to "end fraudulent bookings and curb cases of impersonation." He also stated that this process would extend to all ticket bookings in the future.

Current passengers have already received notifications of the Aadhaar Card, and have been told to submit their Aadhaar card details online at the Indian Railway Catering Tourism Corporation website, or through the reservation offices starting December 1, 2016. Effective April 1, 2017, senior citizens will need their Aadhaar Card and any original documentation for proof of identity.


When creating the Master List for new senior citizens, the Aadhaar Card and information about the passenger will need to be provided. This information includes, but is not limited to name, date of birth, and gender. After this information has been added, Senior Citizen Concession Option must be selected as yes or no, and then the ID card type with the Aadhaar number must be provided. 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

National Payment Corporation of India and UIDAI


Five Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) beyond the country forth with their sponsor banks and Technology Service Provider (TSP) interacted during the annex to get ability on the systems complex in accouterment Aadhar enabled payments application the Unique Identification Number provided by UIDAI.

This pilot activity is actuality implemented in bristles States initially. Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Jharkhand are the States area the activity is alive at present.

The annex was inaugurated by Executive Director of NABARD V Ramakrishna Rao. He bidding his abounding abutment to AEPS programme and encouraged the accommodating banks to use the belvedere to body a bright alley map for accepting hundred per cent integration.

Speaking on the break Chief General Manager, DIT NABARD Neeraj Kumar said, “Indian Government has ordered cyberbanking admittance and RBI is demography the appropriate steps. The affairs of farmers are baby and the bulk appropriate for activity to the coffer is more. Demography a annex in rural areas requires time and investment. So business correspondents will appointment rural areas with micro ATM machines and accomplish cyberbanking easier for farmers.”

“Nearly bisected of rural India does not accept cyberbanking facilities, alike afterwards years of amusing cyberbanking and now banks charge to opt for beginning solutions like AEPS,” said Niraj Kumar Gupta, CGM Cyberbanking Admittance Department of NABARD. He additionally hoped that Kisan Credit Card will anon be issued as acute cards to acquiesce farmers to accept from a host of cyberbanking services. The beyond cold of the annex is to accept a association in which poor accept as abundant admission to cyberbanking articles and as abounding cyberbanking articles as the burghal India.

The participants of the annex will additionally undertake a acreage akin appointment to Ratu block area UIDAI and Coffer of India accept provided Aadhar enabled cyberbanking casework to the poor.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

UIDAI Bill In Monsoon Session

The government will introduce a bill in the coursework of the Monsoon Session of Parliament to give legislative powers to the Matchless Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to facilitate its work relating to collection of biometric information of residents.

We will bring it (UIDAI Bill) in the next Monsoon Session of Parliament in lieu of the forthcoming Budget Session Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia told PTI. The Commission, which is providing administrative support to the Authority, has been asked to draft the Bill that would provide legal sanctity to the UIDAI. The authority is currently working under an executive order.

In the Budget Session, there's other things, that must be completed. It is not a massive decision. They have lots of things to do like annual Plan discussions (with states). They don't need to be pressurised (with plenty of engagements), he said.
Earlier the bill for providing legislative powers to the authority for collection of biometric knowledge and issuing matchless identification numbers to all residents, was put off by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance headed by former finance minster Yashwant Sinha in December.
The bill was rejected by the Parliamentary panel in view of lack of proper groundwork, unjustified cost, and instance failure of such exercises in other countries.
While the Home Ministry had raised doubts over the authenticity of knowledge collected by UIDAI, the Planning Commission pitched for the project arguing that it was necessary for inclusive development.
The UIDAI has recently wriggled out of a row, that continued for a year between Planning Commission and Home Ministry.

UIDAI Bill In Monsoon Session

The government will introduce a bill in the coursework of the Monsoon Session of Parliament to give legislative powers to the Matchless Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to facilitate its work relating to collection of biometric information of residents.
We will bring it (UIDAI Bill) in the next Monsoon Session of Parliament in lieu of the forthcoming Budget Session Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia told PTI. The Commission, which is providing administrative support to the Authority, has been asked to draft the Bill that would provide legal sanctity to the UIDAI. The authority is currently working under an executive order.
In the Budget Session, there's other things, that must be completed. It is not a massive decision. They have lots of things to do like annual Plan discussions (with states). They don't need to be pressurised (with plenty of engagements), he said.
Earlier the bill for providing legislative powers to the authority for collection of biometric knowledge and issuing matchless identification numbers to all residents, was put off by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance headed by former finance minster Yashwant Sinha in December.
The bill was rejected by the Parliamentary panel in view of lack of proper groundwork, unjustified cost, and instance failure of such exercises in other countries.
While the Home Ministry had raised doubts over the authenticity of knowledge collected by UIDAI, the Planning Commission pitched for the project arguing that it was necessary for inclusive development.
The UIDAI has recently wriggled out of a row, that continued for a year between Planning Commission and Home Ministry.

UIDAI Bill In Monsoon Session


The government will introduce a bill in the coursework of the Monsoon Session of Parliament to give legislative powers to the Matchless Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to facilitate its work relating to collection of biometric information of residents.
We will bring it (UIDAI Bill) in the next Monsoon Session of Parliament in lieu of the forthcoming Budget Session Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia told PTI. The Commission, which is providing administrative support to the Authority, has been asked to draft the Bill that would provide legal sanctity to the UIDAI. The authority is currently working under an executive order.



In the Budget Session, there's other things, that must be completed. It is not a massive decision. They have lots of things to do like annual Plan discussions (with states). They don't need to be pressurised (with plenty of engagements), he said.
Earlier the bill for providing legislative powers to the authority for collection of biometric knowledge and issuing matchless identification numbers to all residents, was put off by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance headed by former finance minster Yashwant Sinha in December.


The bill was rejected by the Parliamentary panel in view of lack of proper groundwork, unjustified cost, and instance failure of such exercises in other countries.


While the Home Ministry had raised doubts over the authenticity of knowledge collected by UIDAI, the Planning Commission pitched for the project arguing that it was necessary for inclusive development.


The UIDAI has recently wriggled out of a row, that continued for a year between Planning Commission and Home Ministry.