Discover the Visible Benefit of Aadhaar Card
Aadhaar Card is the Unique Identity Card provided by Indian Government to the residents of India and also to the foreign nationals residing in the country. Comprising of 12 digit unique identity number, the Aadhaar Card is also known as Unique Identity Card or UID which remains unique in future as well. The primary aim behind issuing this unique identity card is to provide each citizen of India with a unique identification through which single window clearance becomes possible both for non-Government and Government services in coming years. Besides, it will also reduce the amount of documents required to get registered in offices. Below is list of few visible benefits that one can avail by registering with the scheme of UID.
1 Aadhaar = 1 beneficiary
Undoubtedly, Aadhaar is a unique identification card; thereby no citizen can apply for any duplicate card as it is already linked with their unique biometrics. After the advent of this scheme the problem with ghost and fake identities has been vanished, which often results in leakages of information.
The Aadhaar number allotted to the beneficiary is unique and universal number. Any services and agencies from across the nation can directly access the central Unique Identification database to verify the identity of beneficiary.
Inclusion of citizens with no existing identity documents
The marginalized and poor residents of India often lack behind in reaping the benefits of several schemes of government, simply because they don’t have the required identification documents to avail such State benefits. However, the “Introducer” system included in Aadhaar scheme is like a boon for such residents and it is approved for data verification for UIDAI, thus allowing such residents of India to create their own unique identity.
Electronic benefit transfers
Residents can also enjoy the benefits of UID-enabled-Bank-Account network which is intended to provide low cost and secure platform to remit benefits directly without facing the heavy costs that are linked with benefits distribution today.
Aadhaar-based authentication to verify rights delivered to actual beneficiary
UIDAI aims to provide online authentication services for all agencies, especially who desire to validate the actual identity of residents. With this online service the agency can verify whether or not the entitlement has reached the actual intended beneficiary.
Self-service puts residents in control
With the use of authentication mechanism of Aadhaar, the citizens can easily access updated information about their demand services, entitlements and redress their complaints from their cell phones, kiosks and other means directly.
The primary aim of this scheme is to enable the needy and deprived residents of India to access the services like banking facilities. This Aadhaar Card can be used in multiple places, both in government and non-government sectors, to prove one’s identity. This unique identity card is accepted everywhere and can be used while booking tickets online, opening bank account, applying for passport, enrolling in colleges and at several other places where you need to provide your proof of identity. Soon, Aadhaar will become the easiest way of proving your identity.