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CPAO - Process of digital life certificate issued for Pensioners

CPAO - Process of digital life certificate issued for Pensioners 


Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Central Pension Accounting Office
Trikoot II, Bhikaji Cama Place
New Delhi 110 066

CPAO/Tech/Amdt.-Sch.Book/2014-15/720
     dated: 14.11.2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Reference is invited to Correction Slip No.22 dated-10.11.2014 issued to facilitate acceptance of digital life certificate based on Aadhar Biometric Authentication. The detailed process off getting digital life certificate issued for pensioners to be followed by banks and pensioners is hereby enclosed for necessary guidance.


2. This issues with the approval of the competent authority.

Encl: 1. Correction Slip No.2Z dated-10.11.2014
2. Process of dieitallife certificate issued for Pensioners.

Sd/-
(Vijay Singh)
Sr. Accounts Officer (Tech)


Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Central Pension Accounting Office
Trikoot II, Bhikaji Caroa Place
New Delhi 110 066

CP AO/Tech/Amdt-Sch. Book/2014-15   
dated: 10.11. 2014

Amendment to the Scheme for Payment of Pensions to Central Government Civil Pensioners by Authorized Banks (Fourth Edition, 3rd December, 2004)

Correction Slip-22

Addition under Para 15.2 as S.No. (xiii)

(xiii)A life Certificate issued online by a Government Agency as a result of Aadhaar Biometric Authentication will also be accepted as a valid certificate. This document may be accessed through a Website (to be notified separately) by the Pension Disbursing Agency without insisting either on personal appearance of the pensioner or Life certificate by the competent authority referred above


Process of getting digital life certificate issued for Pensioners

Step 1: Pensioner needs to have an Aadhar number for getting digital Life certificate issued.

Step 2 ; Pensioner needs to enrol and biometrically authenticate himself/herself using one of the following methods

a)  Download application prepared for generating digital life certificate from jeevanpramaan.gov.in on any Android Tablet/Smartphone or Windows PC. Procure a low cost finger print scanner/iris scanner from the market and plug it on USB port of the Tablet/Smartphone/PC. Using the above application, Pensioner will be able to enrol and bio-metrically authenticate in real time from the comfort of their homes by giving his/her Aadhaar number and other details related to their pension bank account.

b)  Pensioner can visit a nearby CSC center, Bank Branch or any Government office whose details are provided under "locate center” on jeevanpramaan.gov.in and bio-metrically authenticate in real time by giving his/her Aadhaar number and other pension details related to their pension bank account.

c)  If the pensioner is already enrolled on the system, next time he gives his Aadhaar number, he would only be required to authenticate his bio-metric for updating date of his digital life certificate.

Step 3 : After successful submission of digital life certificate, pensioner will be sent a sms on his/her mobile giving the transaction Id Pensioner will be able to download computer generated life certificate from jeevanpramaan.gov.in using this transaction id for their records.

Step 4: Bank Branch can be informed about submission of your digital life certificate in one of the following ways

a)  Bank can login on jeevanparmaan.gov.in and can search manually for Pensioner's life certificate either by giving Aadhaar number, Bank Account number or Transaction Id

b)  Core Banking Systems of flanks will be able to automatically download life certificate details from the digital life registration repository, and update life status in Pensioner's bank account.

c)  Pensioner's digital Life certificate can be sent to respective branch of the Sank by sending an email or forwarding the link through sms to download life certificate from the website.


Reminders through sms will be sent to the pensioners enrolled on jeevanpramaan.gov.in for timely submission of their digital life certificates.

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