The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi launched One Nation One Card (ONOC). One Nation One Card (ONOC) is National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) compliant & can be used for various payments such as public transport tickets, shopping, parking, toll, digital payments & money transfers. The initiative is powered by RuPay card payment scheme by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). Now on citizens don’t have to carry multiple debit/credit card along with cash for various payments.
What is One Nation One Card (ONOC)?
- It is a card similar to your debit/credit card
- It is also called as National Common Mobility Card (NCMC)
- ONOC is based on the RuPay by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)
- It is a contact-less card & can be used similar to the metro smart card
- It is supported by Automatic Fare Collection Gate ‘Swagat’ & an Open Loop Automatic Fare Collection System called ‘Sweekar’
One Nation One Card (ONOC) Benefits: Where you can use ONOC?
- It can be used in all the public transport such as city buses, local, metros etc
- It can also be used for payments at toll plaza, parking places
- It can be used for digital payments, shopping & money withdrawal
How to get One Nation One Card (ONOC)?
- You can contact your bank for NCMC supported RuPay card
- 25 banks such as SBI, PNB & others issues ONOC
- It is issued by the PayTM payments bank
Earlier commuters were required to carry cash & change is required which is a usually not available. Then most of the cities launched smart cards. They worked for most of the public transport in that city. But these smart cards cannot be used in other cities. Hence ONOC is launched so that one card is accepted across India for various purposes.