In a move to support the Government of India’s Digital India and cashless initiative, Kotak Mahindra Bank (KMB) has become India’s first bank to launch access to DigiLocker on the bank’s net banking platform.
Customers only need a valid Aadhaar number to avail the DigiLocker. It is a free service with storage capacity of 1GB. They can upload scanned copies of their documents like driving licence, voter ID and school certificates in their DigiLocker. They can share them with anyone using email and can also electronically sign them using the eSign facility. KMB has provided single sign-on access to DigiLocker via Kotak net banking. Commenting on the launch, Shanti Ekambaram, President, Kotak Mahindra Bank, said, "We fully support Government's agenda of digitisation and making India cashless. DigiLocker is targeted at paperless governance. It offers customers the convenience of uploading and accessing key documents on a single platform. This service is in-line with our philosophy of convenient digital banking solutions that solves real problems and simplifies banking." KMB will subsequently extend access to DigiLocker via Mobile Banking and other digital platforms as well.
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