What does Aadhaar logo mean?

What does Aadhaar logo mean?

Concept and the Logo Aadhaar translates into ‘foundation’, or ‘support’. This word is present across most Indian languages and can therefore be used in branding and communication of the UIDAI program across the country.

What is Aadhaar mask?

Under masked Aadhaar only the final four digits of the 12-digit Aadhaar number are visible in the document, protecting the subscriber’s identity by masking the first eight digits. This ensures that the card cannot be misused even if it is lost or misplaced. iStock.

Who are introducers?

Introducers are individuals (for example, Registrar’s employees, elected local body members, members of local administrative bodies, postmen, influencers such as teachers, health workers & doctors, Aanganwadi / ASHA workers, representative of local NGO’s etc.)

What are the things in Aadhar card?

It is a 12-digit unique number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) by taking into account a person’s biometric details such as iris scan and fingerprints, and demographic information like date of birth and address.

Who made Aadhaar logo?

Atul S. Pande
Logo Launch The Aadhaar logo was unveiled at the UIDAI Ecosystem event held at VigyanBhawan, New Delhi on 26th April 2010. Atul S. Pande, the winner of the logo competition, received Rs. 1,00,000 in prize money.

Is masked Aadhaar valid for passport?

Aadhaar letter/card or the e-Aadhaar (an electronically generated letter from the website of UIDAI), as the case may be, will be accepted as Proof of Address (POA) and Proof of Photo-Identity (POI) for availing passport related services.

Is introducer a real word?

n. An instrument or stylet used to insert a catheter, an endotracheal tube, or similar flexible device into the body.

Can a person have 2 Aadhaar cards?

So, it will not be possible to have two Aadhaar numbers for a single person. In fact, if a person registers for Aadhaar number by impersonating as some other person, his own biometric information will be tied with the Aadhaar number obtained in the name of such other person.

How many Aadhaar card can a person have?

An individual needs to enrol for Aadhaar only once and after de-duplication only one Aadhaar shall be generated, as the uniqueness is achieved through the process of demographic and biometric de-duplication. Aadhaar number is verifiable in an online, cost-effective way.