UIDAI of India Recruitment For Any Graduate Across India On Going
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Company Name : The Unique Identification Authority
Qualification : Any Graduate
Job Location :Across India
Salary : 37400 – 67000 PM
Last Date : On Going
The Unique identification Authority of India ( UIDAI ) is a central government agency of India. It is attached to the erstwhile Planning Commission of India, now NITI Aayog.Its objective is to collect the biometric and demographic data of residents, store them in a centralised database, and issue a 12-digit unique identity number called Aadhaar to each resident. It is considered the world’s largest national identification number project.
As of July 2015, the legislation to back UIDAI is still pending in the Parliament of India. On 23 September 2013, the Supreme Court of India issued an interim order saying that “no person should suffer for not getting Aadhaar” as the government cannot deny a service to a resident if s/he does not possess Aadhaar, as it is voluntary and not mandatory.
In another interim order on 11 August 2015, the Supreme Court of India ruled that “UIDAI/Aadhaar will not be used for any other purposes except PDS, food grain, kerosene, LPG distribution system or for criminal investigation on a court’s direction,” and made it clear that even for availing these facilities Aadhaar card will not be mandatory.
Some civil liberty groups, like Citizens Forum for Civil Liberties and Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF), have opposed the project on privacy concerns
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) was set up by the Government of India on 28 January 2009 as an attached office of the erstwhile Planning Commission of India vide its a gazette notification. The UIDAI is mandated to assign a 12-digit unique identification (UID) number (termed as Aadhaar) to all the residents of India. As per the notification, the UIDAI has been given the responsibility to lay down plan and policies to implement UID scheme, to own and operate the UID database and be responsible for its updation and maintenance on an ongoing basis.
The implementation of UID scheme entails generation and assignment of UID to residents; defining mechanisms and processes for interlinking UID with partner databases; operation and management of all stages of UID life cycle; framing policies and procedures for updation mechanism and defining usage and applicability of UID for delivery of various services among others.The number is linked to the resident’s basic demographic and biometric information such as photograph, ten fingerprints and two iris scans, which are stored in a centralised database