- Aadhaar can be utilized to confirm your character
- This should be possible by means of unique mark or a one-time watchword
- You can without much of a stretch discover when your Aadhaar was utilized for this
Aadhaar is a national character card issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Numerous Indians now have an Aadhaar card and you can utilize it to confirm your character while getting another SIM card, gas association, or even to make installments. Your Aadhaar information incorporates biometric data, for example, a retina output and unique finger impression checks as well, so it’s an ordinarily utilized technique for verification. Rather than topping off long structures for everything that requires a legitimate personal ID, you could utilize your Aadhaar card and verify by means of biometrics or a one-time secret key sent to your telephone. In case you’re concerned that your Aadhaar information could be abused, you can likewise bolt Aadhaar biometric information on the web. You can likewise check when your Aadhaar information was utilized for verification. Simply take after these means.
- Go to UIDAI’s Aadhaar Authentication History page.
- Enter your Aadhaar number and the captcha in the image.
- Click Generate OTP. You’ll get a one-time password via SMS on your phone. In case you haven’t done it already, here’s how to verify your phone number with UIDAI.
- On the next page, UIDAI lets you filter the search by specific authentication request types such as biometric, demographic, and so on. The page even allows you to select the date range — you can see authentication requests up to six months before the current date. The final field is the OTP. Just enter that and click Submit.
- Now you’ll be able to see a detailed list of Aadhaar authentication requests. This shows you the date, time, and type of authentication request. However, it does not show what company or agency used your Aadhaar data for authentication.
That’s how you check your Aadhaar authentication history. Remember that it’s not compulsory to carry a printed copy of Aadhaar everywhere — you can always use the mAadhaar app or simply download a copy of your Aadhaar card.