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Friday, October 29, 2004

MRP - Yet another achievement by NADRA

Govt. of Pakistan has recently introduced Machine Readable Passports (MRP) in an effort to curb the problems of illegal passports and rehabilitate the immigration infra-structure of the country.

The Project was developed in-house at R&D department of NADRA, Where NADRA developed first-ever machine of its own kind by bringing together the state of the art technologies. Only few nations in the world have closer features in their passports.

The new passport contains a chip and incorporates technologies such as Biometrics, Digital Printing, Recognition Techniques, Image Communication, Water Fugitives, Watermark Security features and real-time integration of the passport with NADRA's National Data Warehouse and Border Security Control.

No doubt it is a well job done by NADRA but Govt. would have to put real effort in order to utilize these MRP's to their full potential.


M Tabraiz Feham

NADRA -
http://www.nadra.gov.pk/

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