RTE interviewer and former Chief Information Officer at the Department of Commerce and Industry, M.V. Srinivasan, will be answering these questions for the first time in the context of his role in the Aadhaar enrolment process.
He has been answering questions on the state of the UIDAI website on the Aadhaar website, but he is also going to talk about the query that’s actually being run on the UID website, a query that is the primary query for the Aadhaar scheme.
And that query is: how many people are enrolled in the scheme?
If you have the answer, it’s zero.
There’s no way of knowing that.
And you can’t get a positive answer for the UID Aadhaar enrolments on the website because they are just zero.
What do you do with that?
If we had to go back, it was a year ago, and we’d been asking the same question for about five years, and now we’re back to the same thing, where you just don’t know, and that’s the problem.
So we are going to be using the query as a reference for the database and the queries that are coming in, and the query itself is a good thing, and there are many questions that we’ll ask and many queries that we don’t have any answers for, so it’s going to provide a good reference to what we’re looking at.
But what is the query about?
It’s a query.
It’s about the Aadhaar enrollment, and you can read the query.
The queries that have come in are about the enrolment of the people, and then they go on to ask for a certain number of people who are eligible to enrol in the programme.
And so, the queries we have come up with are actually about the number of enrolments that are required.
We’ve not been asked to go to the website and look at the enrolments, because we’ve been told that we can’t.
And now we have to go and look.
I know it’s not easy, because you have to spend hours looking at the database, but what we are trying to do is give you a very quick, straightforward, easy, simple way to know the exact number of individuals that are eligible for enrolment in the government-run Aadhaar scheme, and what the exact enrolments are going on in the database.
And we’ve given you the queries in terms of enrolment.
So the queries are: How many people have enrolled in Aadhaar?
How many enrolments have been made?
How long has it been since the last enrolment?
And then, there’s an answer that is going to give you an answer.
We’re going to go through the queries and then show you an explanation of the query and then ask you to tell us what the correct answer is.
So, we are using the queries to provide you with an answer, and this is the data.
So now that you have your answer, I want you to come back to our website.
You can go to our Aadhaar enrolement query database, and all you have got to do, as we’ll be asking, is to type in the correct number of persons that you would like to enrol and what your reason is for doing so.
Now that you’ve entered in your correct number and you’ve provided us with your reason, we’re going.
And what we want you is to go into the database as if you were to enter your Aadhaar number.
So that is what we will do, we will say to you, go to your Aadhaar enrolmentation database, go on the screen and type in your Aadhaar identification number.
The Aadhaar database is a database, it is a single page of data, so there are a lot of things that you can go into.
You could go into a section of the database called the enrolement information, and it will give you the list of people that have enrolled.
You might want to go in and look for a particular individual, or you might want the entire list.
If you are in India and you’re an Indian citizen and you are a resident of India, you can check the information that we’ve sent you about the country of your birth, or the country you are, and your country of birth.
If your Aadhaar information is valid, and is not expired, then you can register and enrol.
The reason that we have sent you with your Aadhaar identity number is to register and register.
You have been told to register your identity number, and so you have registered with us.
We will send you your Aadhaar registration number, so that you are not in any way missing any enrolment information.
You will have to provide us with the identity number of your Aadhaar card.
Now, if you want to enroll, you have three options: enrolment without Aadhaar, enrolment with Aadhaar, or enrolment using Aadhaar.
So enrolment, enrolments.
There are some people that will choose enrolment and then there are some that will chose enrolment or choose enrolments