DigiLocker – Aadhar Linked Digital Locker

What is DigiLocker?

Dedicated personal storage space, linked to each resident’s Aadhaar number. DigiLocker can be used to securely store e-documents as well as store Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) link of e-documents issued by various issuer departments. The e-Sign facility provided as part of DigiLocker system can be used to digitally sign e-documents.

How does DigiLocker work?

To Sign-up for the Digilocker you need to have a valid Aadhaar number registered with Aadhaar.  Please type your Aadhaar number in the text box against “Enter Aadhaar Number”. You will be given two options for user authentication. “Use OTP” and “Use Fingerprint”. You can click on any one of the button.
After clicking on “Use OTP”, an OTP (One Time Password) will be sent by UIDAI to the mobile number and email-id registered with your Aadhaar. Enter the OTP and click on ‘Validate OTP’ button. Once the OTP is validated the user is taken to set username/password page to complete sign up
After Clicking on “Use Fingerprint” User will have to put the thumb print on the finger print device. If the finger print is valid, then user is authenticated and taken to set username/password page to complete sign up.

How is DigiLocker going to help me?

It will minimize the use of physical documents and will provide authenticity of the e-documents It will provide secure access to Govt. issued documents. It will also reduce administrative overhead of Govt. departments and agencies and make it easy for the residents to receive services

You can even send them your queries at  support@digitallocker.gov.in 

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