Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Aadhar Card Data Capture

The Go-live readiness workshop should have been completed and all requirements verified as met, before a Registrar proceeds to this step.
After an enrolment centre is ready, Enrolment Agencies can begin the process of capturing residents’ demographic and biometric data as follows:
1. Capture demographic data :
a. Aadhaar Enrolment/Correction form (containing KYR fields) and Registrar’s KYR+ form (if applicable) is filled by the resident. The data can also be extracted from a pre-filled database. Filling Aadhaar Enrolment/Correction form is mandatory and will be required - even in case of prefilled data.
b. Verify the identity and address of the resident as per defined standards. The verification methods are basis :
i. Document based verification – where the Proof of Identity / Address/Date of Birth/ Relationship documents are verified by the Registrar’s representative
ii. Introducer based – where Introducers authorized by the Registrar, authenticate the identity and address of the resident
iii. Head of Family based – where Head of Family endorses family members based on Proof of Relationship Documents.
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c. The Operator must check Resident’s consent for Information sharing and Aadhaar enabled Banking services and record the same.
2. Once demographic data is captured, the operator will proceed to collect biometric data :
a. Exceptions if any (missing finger / eye for eg.,) are recorded as per guidelines detailed in the Enrolment Process Manual
b. Facial Image, Iris and Fingerprints are captured
3. Ask resident to verify if the demographic and biometric data displayed on the screen are accurate; print consent letter and issue acknowledgment once resident confirms accuracy.
4. EA then exports data and transfers to the UIDAI either by uploading the data packets using online sftp mode or by sending the hard disk/memory stick to UIDAI. UIDAI shall soon be discontinuing the practice of receiving data through hard disks and all data must be uploaded through SFTP.
5. File the documents for storage with the Registrar and UIDAI Document Management System (DMS). Instantaneous scanning of resident documents at enrolment centers and integration with their data packets will become mandatory from October 2012.
First Mile Logistics
This process refers to the transfer of digitized enrolment data from the enrolment station to the UIDAI’s Central ID Repository (CIDR)
The Registrar has two options for transferring enrolment data to the CIDR:
1. by directly uploading data to CIDR - using Aadhaar sftp client.
2. via memory sticks/hard disks sent through suitable courier service.
Data must be uploaded to CIDR within 20 days of enrolment.
Monitoring Data Transfer & Recovery of Lost Data: It is expected that each Laptop being used for enrolment will connect to the internet periodically to synch stations with CIDR (Central Identification Data Repository). To enable this, availability of a data stick is mandated.
a. Synching stations informs CIDR in advance, what data to expect.
b. For the data records successfully received at CIDR, the process for deletion of such data residing at the enrolment station is triggered automatically.
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c. In cases where there is a problem with data records received from this enrolment station, a fresh instruction for EXPORTING this data again is generated automatically.
Hence this connectivity, at periodic intervals, is vital to ensure proper housekeeping and management of the data transfer process.
Station Sync must be ensured at least once in ten days.

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