Information Tech. Department with UIDAI trains Aadhaar Operators of Leh

All centres in selected Banks, post offices, schools and ICDS to do enrolment

Leh : With a view to givinga push to the aadhaar enrolment in Leh district, a two days training programme for Aadhaar, officials/operators of Leh was organised on 10th and 11th March which concluded today. Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) in collaboration with IT Department, J&K and support from the district administration organsed the training and handholding session.

Experts fromUIDAI weredeputed to Leh for imparting the training for the officials and operators of Leh and Kargil district. Apart from fourteen moving ICDS enrolment operators who will enrol children of upto five years of age, ywo centres for the general public will be operated in J&K Bank branches, one Aadhaar enrolment centrewithDepartment of Post in Lehand four centres with SchoolEducationDepartment. All the enrolment centres will be operational within a weeks time informed sources from the Information Technology Department.

Saugat Biswas, Secretary, IT Department, who is also Divisional Commissioner, Ladakh informed that in addition another six machines will become operational in the ICDS department shortly whose services will be available in the far off areas of Leh. He also infromed that the district administration will facilitate Aadhaar enrolment camps in needy areas in some time.

The training in Leh was supervisedby Addl. District Development Commissioner, Leh, Moses
Kunzang.Around thirtyofficials from Banks, Department of Post and School Educationand ICDS attended the training programmeat Leh. They will work as Aadhaar Operators to resolvedifferent issues concerning various Registrars of Aadhaar.Today, the expert of UIDAI conducted a day long training to the ICDS officials at Leh. CDPOs and Supervisors of Leh and Kharu blocks and Anganwadi Workers from six blocks of Leh. These Anganwadi workers of ICDS department will act as Aadhaar operators for enrollment of the children upto 5 years old through portable tablets.