1. DigiLocker now provides the access to over 294crore authentic certificates from over 60 organizations.
  2. Many important documents were lost or damaged during recent flood in Kerala. The Government of Kerala has started a “Certificate Adalat(Camp)” to provide the lost/damaged certificates to the residents of Kerala. The Government now plans to provide the documents in digital format in residents’ DigiLocker account during these camps. CBSE has also carried out special drive to provide digital certificates to students in Kerala who lost their school certificates. DigiLocker is proud to provide this much needed support to restore the lost certificates Kerala.
  3. Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has been providing Driving Licenses and Vehicle Registrations through DigiLocker since last two years. As an important step to complement this initiative, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways issued an advisory to the State Transport departments to clarify that the Digital Driving Licenses, Vehicle Registrations and other documents such as insurance certificates provided through DigiLocker are at par with the physical documents. Further, it is also clarified that the impounding of physical document will no longer be necessary as the status of Driving License and Vehicle Registrations can be updated online using eChallan application. This advisory is one step closer to a paperless driving experience in India.
  4. The photo identification documents such as Driving License and Aadhaar presented through DigiLocker will also be accepted as a valid proof of identity while travelling on Indian Railways. Ministry of Railways issued a notification in June 2018 in this regard.
  5. Central and State Education and Skill Development Agencies have been a primary focus for DigiLocker. A lack of a central repository to store educational and skill certificates was a common problem with many education agencies. DigiLocker now provides a shared repository service to these agencies at no cost. About 15 Education Boards, Skill Development Agencies and Technical Education Councils are providing digital certificates through DigiLocker.
  6. Odisha becomes the first state to provide land record documents such as Record of Rights and Sale Deed through DigiLocker. This facility was inaugurated in July 2018.
  7. DigiLocker is also working with major insurance providers to provide insurance certificates through DigiLocker. New India Assurance and Bajaj Allianz are now providing digital insurance certificates through DigiLocker.
  8. With access to about 300crore documents on a single platform, DigiLocker can become a key document verification platform for departments that need to verify documents such as educational certificates, birth certificates, proof of identification etc. DigiLocker has now started offering this facility to departments to help them expedite the electronic service delivery. This verification platform will soon evolve into a National Data Exchange platform.
    Kerala Floods: Specific achievement of DigiLocker Team- During the Kerala floods disaster, one of the huge losses that citizen suffered was loss of critical documents (educational and professional). DigiLocker Team along with Kerala State IT department helped and supported the citizens in retrieving their documents digitally in "Certificate Adalat". Use of DigiLocker has enabled the stakeholders in restoring their lost and damaged documents. Digital Lockers realise the vision of Digital India empowering citizens digitally.
    Ground level implementation of this initiative is as follows: 

Certificate Adaalat held at Green Park Auditorium, Desam Aluva on 18/09/2018

Pilot of Flood Adaalat at Kunnukara Panchayath Hall on 11/09/2018

Certificate Adaalat at Neerikkode Kavala Co-operative society, Ernakulam on 14/09/2018

Certificate Adaalat held at Green park auditorium, Desam Aluva on 18/09/2018

Certificate Adaalat at Neerikkode Kavala Co-operative society, Ernakulam on 14/09/2018

Certificate Adaalat held after Flood held at Malappuram Collectorate