Chandigarh, July 20
For those still new to the entire concept of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), they just need to drop in one of the 23 Aadhaar enrolment centres operational in Chandigarh with identity, address and birth proof.
The Aadhaar numbers are randomly generated unique identification numbers issued after capturing biometric characteristics of an individual that is different from any other card, as it cannot be duplicated. Every person issued the card will be getting a 12-digit unique number that’s going to be amassed in the central database. The Tribune has jotted down a few steps that you might want to know about.
Just walk down to one of the Aadhaar enrolment centres to obtain an application form with proofs of identity, address and date of birth. Fill up the form that will have the details of your demographic information, including name, address, gender, date of birth and father’s address. The second stage of enrolment includes the applicant’s photograph, iris impression and fingerprints of both hands along with thumbprints are captured. Applicants will be then given a receipt of acknowledgement and can expect their Aadhaar cards to reach them within three months.
Proof of identity: Any one of these – passport, PAN card, ration card, voter ID card, driving license, government photo id cards, NREGA job card, photo id issued by a recognised educational institution, arms license, bank ATM and credit cards, pensioner photo card, freedom fighter photo card, kisan photo passbook, address card having name an photo issued by the department of posts, certificate of identity having photo issued by a Group A gazetted officer on letterhead, citizenship certificate with photo.
Proof of address: Passport, bank passbook, bank statement, ration card, voter ID, driving license, insurance policy, government photo ID cards, NREGA job card, arms license, pensioner card, vehicle registration certificate, registered sale and rent deed, card having photo issued by the Department of Posts, caste and domicile certificate having photo issued by the state government.
The Aadhaar cards will help the cardholders avail various services, including getting a bank account, LPG connection etc. Meanwhile, residents who don’t have sufficient identification documents will have a card that would help them in availing various services. The interesting fact about the card is that it cannot be duplicated, as it would have the person’s fingerprints and iris impressions.
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