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Aadhaar Enabled Payment System(AEPS) for Accounts in India Post. WHY A New System was Needed?. At any point of time Accounts in Head Post Office(HO), Sub Post Office and Branch Post Office were not in Sync in the existing system.

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    1. Aadhaar Enabled Payment System(AEPS) for Accounts in India Post

    2. WHY A New System was Needed? At any point of time Accounts in Head Post Office(HO), Sub Post Office and Branch Post Office were not in Sync in the existing system. FTO is updated in customers account at HO and the data travels to the SO manually. There is a time lag of 7-15 days for information to be reflected in all three offices (HO-SO-BO). Non reflection of Transactions at all the three Offices in real time. Large number of MANREGA and NSAP beneficiaries are having accounts only in post offices.

    3. Solution Each BO/SO will be provided with Terminals (Capable of capturing finger print and other information including Aadhaar) HO would get their computers connected to a central Server being maintained by JAPIT exclusively for this. Terminals connected to AEPS would enable them to work as Banking Correspondence to India Post. Mobile number can be used in place of Aadhaar for conducting transactions in conjunction with OTP for authentication.

    4. Solution contd.. All transactions(Deposit/Withdrawal/Transfer) will be Aadhaar/Mobile Based. Aadhaar/Mobile to Account Conversion and Authentication of the customer will be achieved in the aforesaid server. Aadhaar/Mobile need to be seeded in the JAPIT Server as well as HPO

    5. Major Highlights:

    6. Features:

    7. ExistingManualProcess

    8. IndiaPostSolutionOverview

    9. Android Application Features

    10. Operator Login

    11. Transaction Screen

    12. Withdrawal Transaction

    13. Withdrawal Wait Screen

    14. Withdrawal Result Screen

    15. Deposit Transaction Screen

    16. Deposit Transaction Wait Screen

    17. Deposit Transaction Response Screen

    18. Fund Transfer Screen

    19. Fund Transfer Wait Screen

    20. Fund Transfer Response Screen

    21. Seed Aadhaar Screen

    22. Seed Aadhaar – KYR Screen

    23. MIS

    24. Home Page

    25. Stats By HO

    26. Admin Dashboard

    27. Terminals

    28. Transactions

    29. Transaction Summary By HO

    30. MIS User Roles

    31. MIS Role Permissions

    32. Sync Status

    33. MIS Features Commission Calculation for India Post Monitoring of Active/Inactive Devices. HO/SO/BO - District/Block/Panchayat performance Monitoring, in terms of transaction count and amount Device Wise Transactions Real time Transaction Count Ticker at Homepage Transactions Filterable by Mobile or Aadhaar Transactions.

    34. Role of RDD • Timely generation of FTO. • Seeding of Beneficiary's Aadhaar to his/her Postal Accounts/Scheme Database. • Seeding of Beneficiary's Mobile No. to his/her Postal Accounts/Scheme Database.

    35. Thank You!