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KEEP YOUR DOCUMENTS SAFE, DIGITALLY OPEN A DIGITAL LOCKER ACCOUNT

                          Storing hard copies and keeping records of all your finical documents is not only cumbersome  but also unsafe. There is always a risk of loss or physical damage. It is thus safer to dematerialise. However, just going paperless is also not enough. It is important that you organise all your important papers at once place. In emergencies, it becomes easier for your family to access all documents quickly, with e-vaults and free cloud storage, this task has become easier. The government too recent launched a free digital vault service, DigitalLocker, which lets you store such sensitive data safely.
HOW IT WORKS
To open an account you'll have to enter your UID number. The system will send a one-time password (OTP) to your registered mobile number and email ID to validate your identity. Onec registered, you can start uploading documents under the 'My certificates' section.
You can upload scanned copies, which, if required, can be digitally signed. The locker is also a repository of all your governemnt issued- e-documents or agencies such as CBSE, registrar's office, income tax department, etc, in a standard XML format that is compliant. Right now, you'll only get 10MB of space, which will be later increased to 1GB.
While the documents you upload can be shared via email, the e-documents from governments agencies can be viewed by an authorised list of requestors such as a bank, university, the passport office or the transport department. You can also digitally sign these documents using the eSign option.
 
 

 

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