In two factor authentication, the user needs to enter the OTP received on his mobile number along with the Aadhaar number, based on which the offline KYC task will be completed. This service is still available, but now it can be taken offline as well.
If we say the basis of life these days the base If so, there is nothing wrong with that. Now most government services are not available without Aadhaar. Ration is needed to fill the stomach but Aadhaar is also needed for that. If you need SIM to talk on mobile or enjoy internet, Aadhaar is also required for that. There are many services which are not possible without Aadhaar. Aadhaar has made life easier, with many online services available at home. Many Aadhaar-related services are being implemented only if the government wants to expand its reach further. This includes a service called Aadhaar Offline KYC
Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) provides three types of special services to make people’s lives easier. These include offline KYC verification, local face matching and mAadhaar application. In two factor authentication, the user needs to enter the OTP received on his mobile number along with the Aadhaar number, based on which the offline KYC task will be completed.
Voluntary use of offline KYC with two-factor authentication can help residents access multiple services of choice: CEO, @UIDAI
Ease of use and resident privacy are key guiding principles
Read here: https://t.co/N1DnzjTGVn
— PIB India (@PIB_India) September 21, 2022
With the help of offline KYC verification, local face matching, mAadhaar application, Aadhaar cardholders will be able to access many services at once, the Press Information Bureau press release said. Security will be fully ensured in these services. It has a service of offline KYC, through which information about KYC can be given without internet or offline. It does not require connecting to UIDAI’s network. This offline service can be availed from mAadhaar app on smartphone.
Ease of service will focus on people’s experience and allow them to share KYC information offline without linking online with UIDAI. For this, they can provide proof about themselves through the mAadhaar application from their smartphones. This will ensure privacy, as it does not require citizens to share Aadhaar numbers. Apart from this, evidence about the person will be taken through local matching on his own smartphone. As a result there will be no risk of data leakage.