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Aadhaar based Digital Life Certificate (Jeevan Pramaan) – CPAO Orders

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Aadhaar based Digital Life Certificate (Jeevan Pramaan) – CPAO Orders

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
CENTRAL PENSION ACCOUNTING OFFICE
TRIKOOT-II, BHIKAJI CAMA PLACE,
NEW DELHI – 110006

CPAO/Tech/Jeevan Pramaan/2014-15/218-259
20.03.2015
Office Memorandum

Subject: Aadhaar based Digital Life Certificate (Jeevan Pramaan).

The Hon’ble Prime Minister has launched “Jeevan Aadhaar’ Aadhaar based biometric verification system for pensioner). To make its implementation successful Department of Finance Services has constituted a sub-group comprising of Bank’s Association (IBA), State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and Canara Bank. Accordingly, RBI,IBA and Department of Financial Service have issued necessary guidelines/instructions to all banks for their convenience. To implement jeevan pramaan it is necessary on the part of banks to seed the Aadhaar number with Pension Payment Order and bank account number. To complete this task, all banks have to take special drive to collect the Aadhaar number of pensioners and make it a part of their master data.


In the above context Addl. CGA has taken a meeting on 24.12.2014 with the discuss the further strategy for speedy implementation of the system. In the meeting, it was decided that to ensure the genuineness of the pensioner it is necessary to seed the Aadhaar number with PPO and pensioners bank account. Because at present banks are not having pensioners’ data base on their server to link them with the details of PPOs and Aadhaar numbers, they were advised to prepare a date-toe of pensioers account first a, the earliest and link them with Aadhaar server. For to purpose they will call the pensioners to come to bank alongwith their original Aadhaar card and its photocopy for identification. The designated officer of the bank will identify the pensioner with reference to the PPO and KYC document and seed his pension account with Aadhaar server.

He will keep the photocopy of Aadhaar Card in the pensioners’ folder for record. The bank will apply this strategy immediately with those pensioners whose life certificates are still pending a are interested to opt for digital certification of their life. Thereafter, they may complete this task well before November, 2015, when life certificate becomes dues.

A column for Aadhaar number has been provided in the format of master data and made available on CPAOs website. All CPPCs are advised to update their master data duly seeded with PO number & bank account numbers and send the same to CPAO by e-mail at cpao.masterdata@gmail.com at the earliest so that CPAO also updates its master data for validation purpose.

This task must be completed on top priority basis.

sd/-
(Dr. Dilip Kumar)
Controller of Accounts


Source: cpao.nic.in
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2 comments:

  1. supreme court again reiterates their sep 2013 verdict that aadhaar should not be insisted; the court expect the central govt and state governments should sincerely adhere to their judgement of sep 2013; any official still demanding aadhaar will be put into task. as such aadhaar based attendance system is against the supreme court verdict. any minister or official who still insists aadhaar will be subjected to contempt of court.
    iqbal ahamed, chennai

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  2. following center is not working for digital life certificate. But https://jeevanpramaan.gov.in/ showing this center for DLC.
    RAJEEV GANDHI COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION 9313228428 TILAK MAHAVIDYALAY, TILAK NAGAR, OPP. OLD NUMAISH, AURAIYA-206122 (U.P.),

    I called on this no. 01203076200(showing on the site as helpline) but they told that you have to go bank and make life certificate their only and then you post it manually.
    Govt people who are involved in jeevan pramaan are just misguiding pensioners.
    Narayan Chaturvedi, Auraiya UP

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