What Does the Operator do after Capturing Demographic and Biometric Data of the Resident?

  • The Operator will then authenticate himself/ herself to sign-off the data captured for the resident.
  • Do not allow anyone else to sign for an enrolment that you have done. Do not sign for enrolments done by others.
  • Operator will get the Supervisor to Sign Off in case enrolee has biometric exceptions
  • In case the verification type is selected as Introducer/HOF, get the Introducer/HOF to sign off on the review screen.
  • If the Introducer is not physically present at the time of enrolment select the check box "Attach later" so that the enrolment can be verified by the Introducer at the End of the Day.
  • Operator can select the language in which the legal/declaration text on print receipt shall be printed on consent.
  • Operator must ask the resident his/her preferred language in which the receipt must be printed. On selection of any of the declaration language option, the print receipt will be printed in the selected language i.e. English or any local language set on the configuration screen.
  • Take Resident’s signature on consent and file the same along with resident’s other documents. The Resident’s consents are important as they are resident’s approval/disapproval, to the UIDAI.
  • Sign and Provide Acknowledgement to resident. The acknowledgement is a written confirmation of the resident getting Enroled. It is important for the resident as it carries the enrolment number, date and time that the resident will need to quote when interacting with UIDAI and its Contact centre (1947) for information on his/her Aadhaar status.
  • The enrolment number, date and time are also required if any correction in the resident’s data is required to be done using Correction process. Thus the operator must make sure that the acknowledgement and consent printed is clear and legible.
  • While handing over the acknowledgement to the Resident, the Operator must inform below to the resident.
    • The Enrolment Number printed on acknowledgement is not the Aadhaar number and that the Resident’s Aadhaar number will be communicated through a letter subsequently. This message is also printed in acknowledgement.
    • The resident must preserve his/her and the children’s Enrolment Acknowledgement Slip for future reference.
    • In case of introducer based enrolment, the introducer will have to properly sign off within the specified period and Resident’s Aadhaar is subject to endorsement by a valid Introducer.
    • There is a 96 hour period during which the resident’s data correction, so in case of any mistake they should avail this facility.
    • To know the Aadhaar Generation Status they can call the Call Centre or log on to e-Aadhaar portal/Aadhaar Portal/website.
    • Aadhaar number will be delivered by the local post office/or other designated agency in the address provided at the time of enrolment.