Aadhaar Card Update: Now your smartphone will do Aadhaar verification, will become Universal Authentication, know how

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Aadhaar card latest news! Important news! UIDAI changes rule for Aadhaar card, check all details immediately
Aadhaar card latest news! Important news! UIDAI changes rule for Aadhaar card, check all details immediately

Aadhaar Card UIDAI: UIDAI is doing big planning for Aadhaar card authentication. After this the smartphone of the users can be used as Universal Authenticator.



 

Aadhaar Card UIDAI: The Unique Identity Authority of India (UIDAI) is working on a major update. First people go to the office to get Aadhaar made, fingerprints, Irish scan and one-time password (OTP) are used for authentication. But now UIDAI is working on getting all the work done from the users’ smartphones, so that the users’ smartphones can be used as Universal Authenticator.

Users’ smartphone will work

Explain as an example, now users have to scan fingerprint, Irish to take advantage of services like ration and pension. But now a new update will be seen in it. That is, now all these work will be done from the users’ smartphone. For this, UIDAI is working to develop your smartphone like Universal Authentication.

Work on Universal Authentication will start soon

UIDAI says that they are working on Universal Authentication. He hopes that soon the smartphone will be developed towards Universe Authentication. That is, now users will be able to verify their Aadhaar card from their smartphone virtually while sitting at home. Now no one will have to make rounds of offices and any other institution to take advantage of government facility.

Know instead of using a smartphone as an authenticator

  • Bank account opening
  • In making ration card and taking ration
  • Getting a new mobile connection
  • In making pension
  • To make DL
  • In linking pan

Authenticator to become 800 million smartphones

At present 120 crore mobile connections are available in the country. Out of this, only 800 million smartphones can be used as authenticators. But as of now no information has been revealed about it.

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