Wednesday 12 August 2015


Jeevan Pramaan (FAQ) In India Post

1. What Is Jeevan Pramaan? 

Jeevan Pramaan is computer generated digital life certificate for pensioner. Jeevan Pramaan Certificate is produced for individual pensioner using his Biometric Credentials.  

2. Which Biometric Devices Are Currently Supported?

The Jeevan Pramaan Client application currently supports the following biometric devices. Support for other devices are being added and will be updated in the website download section. The Jeevan Pramaan software upgrades over the air, therefore for new functionality software will not require re-installation.
Finger Print Scanner
  1. Mantra (MFS100)
  2. Morpho (MSO13XX)
  3. Nitgen-BioEnable (HFDU08)
  4. Precision (CSD200)
  5. Secugen
  6. Startek (FM220-ACPL)
Iris Scanner
  • Iritech (IMK2120U)

3. Who Can Visit Designated Offices?

Any Central Government Pensioner having pension account in Bank can go to District Centre of Delhi. But Central Government Office Centres may be visited by their respective office Pensioners only.

4. What Is Required For Registration On Jeevan Pramaan?

Pensioner needs to know and provide his/her Aadhaar Number, PPO Number, Bank Account number and branch detail, Name, Address etc

5. How Do I Register For A Digital Life Certificate?

Pensioner’s information like Pension Aadhaar number, Pensioner Name, PPO Number, Bank Account detail, Address, Mobile number etc are fed into the system though web based / client interface and finally pensioners person information are authenticated using the Aadhaar number and pensioner has to put his finger on to the finger print scanner or eye on the Iris scanner.
After successful authentication, Pramaan ID / the transaction number is displayed on the screen and same has is sent to Pensioner’s mobile as SMS from the portal.
The portal generates Electronic Jeevan Pramaan for the successfully authenticated pensioner and it is stored in the central Life Certificate Repository database.
The disbursing Bank can access and get the Jeevan Pramaan certificate from the portal for his pensioners though the electronic data transfer mechanism created between the portal and Bank server.
Pensioner has to inform to the Bank that his Jeevan Pramaan has been generated through online registration from Jeevan Pramaan portal.

6. Is This Certificate Valid?

Yes, Digital Life Certificate is a valid certificate and recognized under the IT Act. The system benefits the pensioner from having to go before the Pension disbursing Authority to prove that he/she is alive.

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