AEBAS Aadhaar Biometric Attendance System in AP Schools, Guidelines

AEBAS Aadhaar Biometric Attendance System in AP Schools, Biometric attendance register for ap teachers and AP students, Biometric attendance monitoring, AP govt to introduce the biometric system in School Education. Certain instructions and Guidelines for implementation of Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) in the Department of School Education.

AEBAS Aadhar Biometric Attendance System in School Education, Guidelines, AP Rc.57, Dt:13-02-2017, Implementation of Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System in School Education Certain Guidelines.

Biometric System will be implemented in all AP Government Schools

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Lr.Rc.No. 57 /IT cell(PMU)/Bio-Metric(POC)/2016, dated: 13/02/2017,
Sub: School Education -Implementation of Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) in the Department of School Education – certain information – Reg.

Ref:-
1. Directions of Honourable CM Garu & Minister for HRD in review meetings and Collector’s Conferences
2. Letter Dt 03-10-2016 addressed to District Collectors on a collection of biometrics for students.
3. APTS letter No. AP’l’S/HVPI /8045/e-Oevices/2016, dated 07.10.2016
4. Minutes of the Meeting at CSE office Dated 17- 10-2016 UIDAI email dated 27-10-2016 from Y. Srinivasa Rao, Asst. Director-General, Hyderabad,
5. Our office Lr Re.No. 58/IT CELL. (PMU)/2016, dated 02-11-2016 addressed to UIDAI.

I wish to inform you that as directed by Hon’ble Chief Minister, the School Education Department is implementing the Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) in 40,000 Government Schools covering about 35,00,000 students and 1,70,000 teachers, Teacher Education Institutions and other administrative offices.

Vide reference 2 cited, APTS has finalized the tender and informed that M/s Karvy Data Management Services Ltd., Hyderabad and M/s Analogies Tech India Ltd., Hyderabad are they, I vendors for supply of Biometric and Iris based Devises/TABS respectively. Accordingly, the School Education Department has signed MOU with both the vendors on 18·11·2016 for the supply of Bio Metric and Iris devices 10 the School/office point. After several rounds of discussions and testing, it is decided to utilize the software applications developed by APOnline and CGG for AEBAS at the school level.

In this context, the District Collectors are hereby requested to effectively implement the AEBAS across all schools and Offices in the School Education Department.

1. The Offices of CSE, SCERT, RSDs, DEOs, MEOs, and Schools of all categories including Government, Zilla Parishad, KGBVS and AP Model Schools are to be covered. Teacher Education Institutions. including IASEs, CTEs and DIETS are also to be covered.

2. Considering a large number of schools involved and the level of coordination of various agencies involved and processes to be followed, it is proposed to deploy the devices in a phased manner to all the schools and offices. The 3 phases or implementation and tentative dates are as indicated
below:

3. M/s Analogies Tech India Ltd., Hyderabad will supply 7′ tablet-based AEBAS with STQC certified IRIS scanners @ one per school. M/s Karvy Data Management Services Ltd., Hyderabad will supply tablet-based AEBAS with STQC certified fingerprint scanners@ one device per 100 students. The Hardware vendors arc to supply the devices as well as maintain them for three (3) years. The terms and conditions of contract with the Vendors are at Annexure 1.

4. The software application developed by CGG and APOnline is to be tested and utilized in i11 the Schools and Teacher Education Institutions. It is also proposed to make use of these applications as well as NJC application for the offices of CSE, SCERT, DEOs and M EOs. The User Manuals for implementing AEBAS are enclosed and available at www.cse.ap.gov.in.

The procedures/ process to be followed at the school or at the office point is detailed in Annexure-II. Instructions are to be issued to all the Headmasters and Teachers LO carefully read and understand the procedures to be followed while implementing AEBAS in their schools/ offices.

5. The Head Master and one Nodal Teacher should be made responsible for ensuring that attendance is taken on the devices in their respective school

6. The AEBAS devices/TABs will be supplied to the school/office point after preloading with the necessary application, integration with the central server and will be embedded with SIM cards. Respective Service providers like Airtel, BSNL, Idea ctc., wil] be providing the necessary data services up to 500 MB capacity.

7. As OU arc aware, as 011 dales the data of 99.75 o/o of all students enrolled in government schools is Aadhaar integrated. Some students have ED and 0.25% ( 17, 50) need to enroll and obtain Aadhaar number. Please facilitate the process for getting Aadhaar enrolled and for the collection of biometrics for students who do not have the same, as requested in this office letter cited 5 above.

8. Jn some districts, like West Godavari, AEBAS is already being implemented in DEOs offices and in some schools. While the DEOs office AEBAS may be linked to the NIC system, it will be better the schools AEBAS is integrated to the CGG and APOnline applications for smooth reporting, consolidations and appropriate linking to CORE: Dashboard. Action may be taken to take up for Aadhaar seeding of employees’ data to their Treasury ID and ensure completion by 20.2.2017.

9. In order to ensure achieve 100 % effective Implementation of AEBAS all the District Educational Officers, DyEOs, Principals of TEls, MEOs, and Head Masters should ensure the following:

a. Ensure wide publicity on implementation of AEBAS and conduct workshops and orientation programs for Dy.EOs, Principals, MEOs, HMs and others on the process for registering, validating, and facilitating AEBAS in the schools and offices in the District. Complete
b. Nominate a Divisional Level Nodal Persons (Oy.E.O/MEO) lo monitor the implementation of AEBAS in the district.

c. Appoint one Nodal Person to support and coordinate the implementation of AEBAS in the district in all schools and offices of the School Education Department from among the Learn members of the PMU/TT Cell constituted recently. Contact details of the same may be communicated on or before l S.02.2017.

d. Nodal persons will be provided with TABs to keep track of or emerging issues, grievances, monitor reports and dashboards relating to utilization and performance of the schools, for appropriate escalations and ensuring an effective implementation or AEBAS.
e. Monitor the AEBAS through the dashboard provided at https:/ /ese.ap.gov.in.

A video conference is scheduled on 14-02-2017 at 02.00 PM to 04.00 PM. ensure that the District EducationaJ Officer and his team attend the Video Conference and apprise themselves of action to be taken to implement AEBASin your District.

All the District Collectors are hereby requested to ensure that the Aadhaar
Enabled Biometric Attendance Systems is effectively implemented m the schools, offices, and Training Instituuons in the district.

Annexure-I
Terms & Conditions of Contract with the Vendors for supply and maintenance of Devices for Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance in Schools

I. Hardware Installation:

a. The Vendor is responsible for supply, unpacking, assembling, wiring, installations, cabling between units and connecting to power supplies.
b. The Vendor will test all hardware operations and accomplish all adjustments necessary for successful anti continuous operation of the hardware at all installation sites.

c. The Vendor should provide necessary technical support to the Software application provider, i.e., CGG and APOnline in this regard.
d. The vendor will assign the Machines in the presence of District (IT CELL) as per availability of network given (copy of network is appended).
e. AEBAS systems will be authorized by the Concerned Head Master/Teacher will be authenticated through IRIS/Finger Print of the device provided.

2. Training:

a. The training will be given al district headquarter co the master trainers of district IT Cell.
b. For each hardware component installed. (or AEBAS systems the vendor shall be required to train the designated HM /Teacher to enable them to effectively operate the total system. Operational training at school for at least two teachers.

c. The training schedule will be given by both Vendors and District Educational Officer. The training lo Matidal Resource Teachers (1’wo Teachers identified for the schools) will be given at Mandal/Divisional Point identified by District IT cell.
d. Software Service Provider (Application Form developer) to provide training on Application software LO master trainers of the department (District IT Cell).

3. Incidental services

a. The Vendor may be required to provide any or all the following services, including additional services, such as Performance or supervision or maintenance and/or repair of the supplied goods and services, for a period of time agreed.

b. Spare parts:

i. The Vendor shall be required to provide any or all of the following materials. notifications and information pertaining to lo spare pans manufactured or distributed by the Vendor.
ii. The Vendor shall maintain minimum J0At buffer stock of offered equipment at each district headquarter/ Revenue divisions.
iii. The Vendor shall ensure the availability of spares in stock al his nearest service center for immediate delivery such spare parts as (a) arc necessary for a minimum of 3 years of operation (b) arc necessary to comply with specifications.

iv. Such spare parts as the Purchaser may elect to purchase from the
Vendor provided that this election shall not relieve the Vendor of any warranty obligations under the Agreement and in the event of termination of production of the spare parts, advance notification to the Purchaser Of the pending termination, insufficient time, to permit the Purchaser to procure needed requirements.

c. Warranty

i. The Vendor warrants that the goods and services supplied under the Agreement are new, unused, of the most recent or current models, and that they incorporate al) recent improvements in design and materials unless provided otherwise in the contract.
ii. The Vendor further warrants <hat all goods and services supplied under this Agreement shaJ.J have no defect arising from design, materials or workmanship or Irom any act or omission of the Vendor that may develop under normal use of the supplied goods in the conditions prevailing in the country of final destination.

iii. The Vendor shall, in addition, comply with the performance guarantees specified under the contract. lf. for reasons attributable to the Vendor, these guarantees are not attained in whole or in part. the Vendor shall. make such changes, modifications, and/or additions to the goods or any part thereof as may be necessary in order to attain the contractual guarantees specified in the Agreement at its own cost and expenses and to carry out further performance tests.

iv. The equipment supplied should achieve the required uptime.
v. Head Master /Teacher shall promptly notify the Vendor in writing of any claims arising under this warranty through Online only.
vi. Upon receipt of such notice, the Vendor shall, within a reasonable period and with all reasonable speed, repair or replace the defective goods and services or parts thereof, without costs to the user.

vii.If use Vendor, having been notified, fails to remedy the defect(s) within a reasonable period, the Purchaser/user may proceed to take such remedial action as may be necessary, at the Vendor’s risk and expense and without prejudice to any other rights
viii. Any Physical Damage on account of Miss handling of devices and accessories such as cables and chargers will not be covered under warranty. For Such Damages, the Concerned Head Master/Teacher will be responsible Lo replace the AEBAS Machines.

ix. Penalty for failure to maintain during the warranty period or AMC:
a. For any delay beyond permissible downtime, a penalty of Rs.200/- to is levied for each week or part thereof subject to a. maximum of total equipment cost.
b. The penalty amount will be deducted from the amounts payable Lo Vendor by the Commissioner of School Education.

d. UPTIME
a. The Vendor has to ensure uptime of devices for 85°/o of the institutions working days in a month. Any failure caused because of factorage services outside the scope of the vendor {such as connectivity, application, intentional physical damage) will not be considered while arriving up• time by the department. To ensure uptime the following will adhere:
b. For the offices at District Head Quarters, the Vendor should resolve the breakdown calls on the same day of call reporting. If not feasible should be resolved by 11.00 /M on the next working day.
c. For the offices at other sites, the Vendor should resolve the breakdown calls within 24 Hours of cell reporting. Failing which penalty is applicable as per terms Conditions.
d. if any spare parts are to be replaced, the call shall be completed within 48 Hours excluding holidays from the date of attending the call. If the device is irreparable it should be replaced with an equivalent or better device.

Annexure ll
Procedure for implementing Aadhaar Enabled Biometric: Attendance System In Schools & Offices of School Education Department
Procedure at Schools – The Step by step process is defined in the User Manual. In brief, the process/ procedures to be ensured are detailed below:

1. Preparatory work
a. Head Master and Nodal Teacher should confirm to themselves that the device supplied to their school complies with the specifications given in Annexure 1
b. The Device should be handled with utmost care. It should not be dropped. scratched or subject to any misuse. It should be stored in a safe place after utilization
e. The device may be affixed to a wall or placed on a table or can be taken to each class for taking attendance of the students and teachers.
d. Based on the Aadhaar seeded student id details a QR Code is generated for every student and is printed with self-adhesive sticker given. This should be stuck on the notebook/ pad.
c. ‘Toll-Free Number arid the contact details of the Mandal Cluster l~esourcc Persons to be provided by the Vendors should be displayed al Head Masters Office/MEO/DyEO/Principal offices.
r. ‘The concerned Nodal persons should maintain a Register for noting complaints raised by the schools.

Process for Attendance taking & Authentication
g. After scanning the QR code, the student should place his fingers at the given slot for biometric scanning. In real-time the biometrics of the student/teacher/employee arc authenticated with the Aadhaar Server and confirmed.
h. In case there is a repeated failure of biometric authentication for any particular student’s teacher. the Tris-based device should be used and attendance is to be given through the Eye of the student/teacher.
t. The student’s arc to authenticate their attendance once iJ1 the morning, while the teacher’s arc 10 authenticate their attendance twice a day (morning/evening! through AEBAS
J. The existing Physical Attendance System may also be; continued till the AEBAS stabilizes.
k. The whole process or authentication could take between 10-30 Minutes,

2. Reports
a. There are several reports that would be made available al V.l’Vv.cse.ap.gov.in relating to AEBAS.
b. Supervising and Inspecting Officers are instructed to refer to these Reports and rake necessary action where required.
c. All Reports will he linked 10 the Honorable CM’s CORE Dash Board arid also will be available public domain and visible real-time.

3. Troubleshoot & support
a. During the first 3 months of implementation of the project, the vendor is LO place maintenance support at the district/division/Mandal level. For any problem that the Headmaster may contact support or raise in RTS.
b. If data services are disturbed and not working for some reason, the Headmaster may contact support or raise in RTS.
c. The Software providers have set tip a Request Tracking System (RTS) and it can be accessed al ‘V-v.csc:.8.p.g,ov.in and in the device itself.
d. ‘the School Education Department will inform the Nodal Team to be contacted at different levels within the district in the following format.

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