The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has provided information about the process of updating the users’ Aadhaar card data.
According to a news publication PTI article Sources from the government have confirmed the public that Aadhaar is the custodian of UIDAI encourages users to change their biometrics each 10 years.
In addition, from now children between the ages of 5 to 15 years must update their biometrics to Aadhaar. ” UIDAI will advise users to update their biometrics, demographics, as well as their demographics every 10 years.
In time the app will encourage users to update their Aadhaar. When a person has reached an age of say 70 years old, then Aadhaar will no longer be needed,” one of the officials stated.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has enrolled nearly all citizens in India except for a small portion of those living who reside in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Ladakh according to a the news agency PTI’s report.
“Enrolment started late in Meghalaya because of the NRC (National Register of Citizens) issue. In Nagaland and Ladakh, some of the remote areas are left to be covered.
Aadhaar saturation level among adult residents is now near universal and overall saturation level is 93.65 per cent. Total fresh enrolment in August was only 24.2 lakh,” the official said.
It is crucial to remember the fact that UIDAI is home to more than 50,000 enrollment centres and is currently taking on 1.5 lakh postmen . They will first change mobile numbers and address of Aadhaar holders.
It is discussing with states on how to integrate welfare schemes that are group-oriented onto its platform, as it can help reduce the duplication of beneficiaries, avoid leaks of funds and save the public funds, according to a report.
A senior official has said that even government aviation’s DigiYatra intends to make travel for travelers paper-free and paperless, will be tied to Aadhaar to verify the identity of travelers.
In the Hindustan Timesreport, the document that proves relationship (preferably birth certificates) is required at the time of enrollment to be used for Bal Aadhaar and,
to differentiate from the Bal Aadhaar from the normal Aadhaar It comes in blue and accompanied by a note that it’s valid until the child reaches the age of five years old, the government claimed.