The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is looking for fresh engineering and management graduates to enrich their Aadhaar team in Delhi and Bengaluru. UIDAI has also requested for applications of candidates for the posts of Deputy Director, Section Officer, and Assistant Section Officer.

The UIDAI recently took to their Twitter handle to share information regarding the recruitment and invited applications from “young professionals to join Aadhaar team”. The UIDAI said that it is “an unparalleled opportunity to be a part of world’s largest & most sophisticated digital ID program. A life-changing experience in technology deployment, social impact & nation building.”

For the jobs for engineers, an experience of 2 years in one of the following branch is required — Software Development, Technology Architecture Design, Software Testing, Biometrics, Cryptography, Cyber Security, Project Management, among others. Similarly for candidates applying for management post needs to have 0-2 years of experience in either of these: Project Management, Operations, Vendor Management, Client Management, Market Research, Formulate Strategies, among others.

Interested candidates can forward their resume to hiring @uidai.net.in and hr@nisg.org.

In a notice issued by the Central Government of India, the linking of the existing Aadhaar numbers with permanent account number (PAN) of taxpayers has been made mandatory. The deadline of the same has been extended to August 31.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley through an amendment to tax proposals in the Finance Bill for 2017-18 had made Aadhaar mandatory for filing income tax returns and provided for linking of PAN with Aadhaar to check tax evasion through use of multiple PAN cards. Even while applying for a new PAN card; it will be mandatory to furnish 12-digit Aadhaar card details.

The motive behind the government’s initiative of linking the Aadhaar with PAN is to solve the issue of people having multiple PAN cards and filing tax returns with them.

With government enforcing the use of Aadhaar Card as much as possible, the UIDAI seem to have taken the initiative to increase their recruitment.

First Published | 25 September 2017 12:30 PM
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