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Creating A Unique Identity For Every Resident

Presented by
Anubhav Kejriwal
Prajna Shetty
Shefali Pandey

Established in January,2009
(UIDAI) an agency of the GOI responsible for implementing the AADHAAR
scheme.
The authority will maintain a database of residents containing biometric and other
details.
A proof of identity not citizenship.
It valid and accepted any where in India .
It empower poor and underprivileged residents.
Unique ID number will be given to each individual by collecting demographic and
biometric information.

Collection of interrelated data


Set of programs to access the data
DBMS contains information about a
particular enterprise
DBMS provides an environment that it both
convenient and efficient to use.
Database management systems were developed to handle the
following difficulties of typical file-processing systems supported by
conventional operating systems

The Unique ID initiative

Principles of Aadhaar
One-time standardized Aadhaar enrollment establishes uniqueness of resident via
biometric de-duplication
Only one Aadhaar number per eligible individual
Online Authentication is provided by UIDAI
Demographic Data (Name, Address, DOB, Gender)
Biometric Data (Fingerprint)
Aadhaar :Subject to online authentication is proof of ID
Aadhaar enrollment / Update =
KYC

Aadhaar No. Issued,


stored in Auth. Server

Verification of KYC
(Authentication)

Features of Aadhaar
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Aadhaar is a 12 digit number No Cards

Random Number No Intelligence

Standard Attributes No Profiling or Application Information

All Residents including Children get Numbers

Introducer System

Partnership Model

Flexibile Authentication Interface to Partners

Benefits of Aadhaar (I)

Reduces
Leakages

Provides
Identities

Breaks
Silos

No fakes
No duplicates
To all with special focus on the marginalised and the
excluded

Enable connectivity among databases


Enable consolidation

Benefits of Aadhaar (II)


Financial inclusion
Enables

Electronic transfer of benefits


Security of transactions
Enhances

Access to services
Mobility in various application
Ensures

Building up of applications

Enrolment Station

Enrolment Station

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Demographic data fields captured during Aadhaar enrolment


Field Name

Comments

Name

PoI documents required

Date of Birth

Approximate/ Declared/
Verified

Gender

M/F/T

Address

PoA documents required

Parent/Spouse/Guardian Name Optional (mandatory in case


of child below 5 years)
Introducer UID

Where PoI/PoA not provided

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Capture Demographic & Biometric Data

Biometric Data
Optional data:
Introducer data for verification
and/or
Data of a relative who has a UID
number or an enrolment number
Phone no., email address

Residents Photograph

Residents Finger
Prints

Residents Iris

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Aadhaar Letter

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UID Agencies

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Financial Inclusion - Aadhaar enabled bank account

4 Aadhaar

6 Bank A/c
Resident

Aadhaar
Registrars

2 KYR, Biometrics

UIDAI

Aadhaar, KYR,
Photo

KYR, Biometrics, KYR+

Banks / POSB

Enrollment Agencies

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Process Workflow
Registrar
Readiness

MoU, committees etc


Process & Technology
Alignment

Prep Enrolments

Introducers
Operators, supervisors

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Setup Enrolment
Centers
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Biometric
UID
Rejections
DeAssignmen
identified
duplication
t

Devices, hardware,
software, connectivity
People, admin support,
logistics etc.

Verificatio
n
procedure
4
s

Certifications

Devices

Operators

Preparation
Activities

CIDR

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Data Updation
Data 5
transfer to
CIDR

Demographic
& biometric
data capture

Letter
Printing &
Delivery

Enrolment
Activities

Authenticatio
n

Ongoing
Activities

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UID Architecture

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Enrolment Data
600 to 800 million UIDs in 4 years
1 million a day with transaction, durability guarantees
350+ trillion matches every day

~5MB per resident


Maps to about 10-15 PB of raw data (2048-bit PKI encrypted)
About 30 TB I/O every day
Replication and backup across DCs of about 5+ TB of incremental
data every day
Lifecycle updates and new enrolments will continue for ever

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Authentication Data
100+ million authentications per day (10 hrs)
Possible high variance on peak and average
Sub second response
Guaranteed audits

Multi-DC architecture
All changes needs to be propagated from enrolment data stores to all
authentication sites

Authentication request is about 4 K

100 million authentications a day


1 billion audit records in 10 days (30+ billion a year)
4 TB encrypted audit logs in 10 days
Audit write must be guaranteed

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PERSONAL DETAILS 1

FIELD NAME

DATA TYPE

KEY

NAME

VARCHAR

CONSTRAINT

MARITAL
STATUS

VARCHAR

CONSTRAINTS

ADDRESS

VARCHAR

CONSTRAINTS

PHONE
NUMBER

NUMBER

CONSTRAINTS

PINCODE

NUMBER

CONSTRAINTS

REGISTER NO

NUMBER

PRIMARY KEY

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PERSONAL DETAILS 2

FIELD NAME

DATATYPE

KEY

NAME

VARCHAR

CONSTRAINTS

Y.O.B

DATE

CONSTRAINTS

GENDER

VARCHAR

CONSTRAINTS

REGISTER NO

NUMBER

FOREGIN KEY

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Challenges in India Identity Card

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References
Aadhaar Portal :
https://portal.uidai.gov.in/uidwebportal/dashboard.do
Data Portal :
https://data.uidai.gov.in/uiddatacatalog/dataCatalogHo
me.do
Analytics whitepaper :
http://uidai.gov.in/images/FrontPageUpdates/uid_doc_
30012012.pdf

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