The Unique Identification (Aadhaar) Number, give authorized tool ar document to carry his identity as resident of India and at times may produce its legal identity to public and private agencies across the country.
Population have seen so many numbers in various cards meant for different purpose, but The Unique Identification (Aadhaar) Number shall remain one point solution to usage at various point. Population should know the three very common but very important attributes as Primary, Unique and Global.
Permanency - Aadhaar number once issued shall not changed during lifetime of a resident. Uniqueness identity as one resident has one ID and no two residents have same ID. Globally the validity of identity can be verified from anywhere my means of Aadhaar Online Authentication process via Internet..
Now what is the Aadhaar Authentication? Is it the process which requires population involvement at the time of enrollment or something else?
Aadhaar authentication is the process wherein Aadhaar Number, along with other attributes, including biometrics, are submitted online to the CIDR ( Central Identities Data Repository ) for its verification on the basis of information or data or documents available with it.
Self user technology facility Aadhaar authentication in which a resident can authenticate themselves using the system. The authentication is a process of verification in which the resident’s record is first selected using the Aadhaar Number and then the demographic/biometric inputs are matched against the stored data.
Authentication of Aadhaar Card is entirely dependent on the data filled in at the very basic level of enrollment, which is stored at central server CIDR ( Central Identities Data Repository ).
This Aadhaar authentication may need to refer at many places like Banks, I T department, Financial Services and the beneficiary scheme department.