Posted On: January 20, 2020/
Categorized In: Biometric Attendance Systems / Biometric Devices / Biometric News & Updates / Biometric Trends/
Written By: Starlink
Aadhaar is a biometric identification program that uses fingerprints, iris, and faces to identify a resident of India. Launched by the Government of India, Aadhaar aims to offer a unique identification card to each person residing in India.
The government of India has started using Aadhaar for registration, identification, and a biometric attendance system for various Government organizations. Also, they have made Aadhaar mandatory in multiple sectors, including banking, ITR, and more.
Aadhaar enabled biometric devices are extensively being used in various Government flagship programs and social welfare schemes spreading across a wide variety of applications.
Rolled out in September 2018, this scheme focuses on enhancing the quality of health care. It also focuses on providing health insurance to poor people. By incorporating biometric attendance machines, the Government improved the verification process of doctors and patients.
Launched in November 2014, the Jeevan Pramaan program focuses on offering the benefits of digital service to crores of pensioners of our country. The Jeevan Pramaan program utilizes the Aadhaar platform to authenticate the pensioners efficiently and create their digital life certificates.
Aadhar-enabled biometric attendance system (AEBAS) is a time and attendance system used to record the attendance of Government employees in various sectors. This program aims to enhance the productivity of Government employees.
This program aims to provide 10 days of skill development program and 90 days of employment to the unemployed youths of the state. Under this program, the onboarding procedure of the applicants is carried out via Aadhaar enabled biometric devices.
This program aims at instigating financial inclusion in India to extend biometric & Aadhaar based banking/financial services to Indian citizens via the fingerprint or iris Micro-ATMs.
Also known as National Digital Literacy Mission, this program aims to provide IT training to rural citizens to help them acquire digital proficiency.
In the coming months, we will see a considerable increase in the utilization of Aadhaar enabled biometric devices by the Central and State governments.
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