Friday, January 21, 2022

Aadhar Card Enrolment

UIDAI has updated the list of Aadhar Card Registration Centers on its official website. 
Aadhar Card Enrolment
Aadhar Card Enrolment

This makes it very easy to find Aadhar Card Registration Center in your nearest Post Office and Banks.

Here are some simple steps to find the Aadhaar Registration Center near you:

1. First of all visit the official website of UIDAI and click on Locate Enrollment and Update Centres.

2. There are 3 options through which you can find Aadhar Card Center.

3. You can choose by state, postal code, or search box.

4. If you choose to search by state:

5. Select a state from the drop-down list.

6. Select the district in which you currently reside.

7. You can also select sub-district and village towns to narrow down your search.

8. If you only want the list of Permanent Help Centers, check the box.

9. Finally type the confirmation code for security and click on the search button.

10. You will see a list of help centers near you.

LOCATE ENROLMENT AND UPDATE CENTRES

Here is how you can  locate Aadhaar enrolment and update centers in bank and post offices online

1. Go to the UIDAI website: https://uidai.gov.in/

2. Under the Aadhaar Enrolment section you will find Enrolment & Update Centres in Banks & Post offices.

3. Click that

4. Now you will be taken to another page: https://ppointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx

5. You will have three search criteria: State, Pin Code, and Search Box.

6. All three searches will let you know the details of the following:

*Registrar Name

*Agency Name

* Center Summary

*Contact Person

*Center Type

* Last Update Date

* Locate Center

7. If you know the search area or the PIN code, you can simply punch in the details.

8. However, there is another option under the state category. You can discover your Aadhaar Enrolment focus update by filling in a couple of subtleties like:

* Name of your state

* District

* Sub-District

* VTC( Village Town City)

* Note that in all the search options you will be required to fill in a verification code

Check Aadhaar Status

The candidate can check the situation with his Aadhar card online by visiting the internet-based entry of the authority site of UIDAI.  There is no fee/fee for checking the status of the Aadhar card on the official website of UIDAI. To check the status of your card application online, follow these steps:

Step 1: Visit the official website of UIDAI (https://uidai.gov.in/) for an Aadhaar card.

Step 2: Stage 2: In the Aadhaar Enrollment segment under Aadhaar Online Services, click on the Aadhaar Status Check  You can also go directly to the page by clicking on the link https://resident.uidai.gov.in/check.aadhaar.

Step 3: Enter your registration ID, date and time of registration, security code, and click on the "Check Status" button.

Step 4: Once your Aadhaar is generated, you will get a message about it and you will have the option to download your e-Aadhaar online or receive it on your registered mobile number.

Step 5: Stage 5: If you need to download an e-Aadhaar, click on the Download Aadhaar choice. 

Step 6: If you want to get your support on mobile, you can choose to get support on mobile.

Find your original position using mobile:

Applicant should follow these steps to check Aadhaar status on his/her mobile:

*Type the accompanying SMS "UID Status (14 Digit Registration Number)" and ship off 51969. 

* If Aadhaar is produced, the candidate gets an SMS with the Aadhaar number 

* If not, SMS is shipped off the candidate with the current status of the Aadhaar class 

Check Aadhaar Status Without Registration Details:

*On successful completion of the verification process, the applicant will be given a

Receipt slip, However, if due to any reason, the slip is lost and damaged or the applicant forgets the receipt number, he/she can still track the status of his/her Aadhaar by following these steps:

Step 1: Visit the official website of UIDAI.

Step 2: Click on the Aadhaar service link https://resident.uidai.gov.in/web/resident/find.uid.eid to go to the direct page.

Step 3: Now click on Find UID/EID option

Step 4: The applicant has the option to find his/her lost Aadhar Number or Missing Registration Number.

Step 5: Enter the details like full name, email id, and registered mobile number.

Stage 6: Enter the security code that shows up on the screen 

Step 7: Click on the GET OTP button

Step 8: OTP can be received on an email id or mobile number. Enter the OTP received in the specified field.

Step 9: Click on Verify OTP option.

Step 10: Once the verification is successful, the Aadhaar registration number is sent to the email id or the applicant's registered mobile number.

Steps to Check Aadhaar Status by Enrollment Number:

E-Aadhaar card status can be checked through online and offline applications. The applicant can also check the Aadhar card status by calling the phone number 1947 whether his Aadhar is ready or not. Once registered, the applicant can follow these steps to check the original status with the registration number:

Step 1: Visit the UIDAI website https://goo.gl/CZZ6K2

Step 2: Enter your registration ID and date and time of registration

Stage 3: Enter the security code and snap on the "Actually take a look at Status" button

Step 4: You will get your Aadhaar Generation Status

Step 5: Once your Aadhaar is generated, you can download the e-Aadhaar and take a printout of it.

Steps to Check Aadhaar Status Without Registration Number:

If you have forgotten your registration number or lost your receipt slip, you can find your registration number and then check Aadhaar card status with a registration number. How to check Aadhar card status without registration number:

Step 1: First of all visit https://goo.gl/hso8wc to get your registration number

Step 2: Select EID or UID (Aadhaar) option to get your details

Step 3: Enter your name, email, mobile number, and security code to send OTP to your registered mobile number.

Step 4: Enter the OTP in the space provided and click on Confirm OTP

Step 5: Once confirmed, the registration number/Aadhaar number is sent to the applicant's email id and mobile number.

Step 6: Using this enrollment number, the applicant can check the status of Aadhaar

DOWNLOAD AADHAAR

How to download e-Aadhar?

*Visit the UIDAI website and click on the Download Aadhar option and the screen below appears to fill up the detaails.

* Once all the details are keyed in by the resident and he clicks on the Request OTP option, an OTP is sent to the registered mobile number

* The OTP received needs to be entered to get the E-Aadhaar Card on the screen to download the same

How to generate OTP for e-Aadhaar:

You can generate the OTP for downloading e-Aadhar through the below three ways.

* By providing your Aadhaar Number

* By providing your Enrolment ID Number

* By providing your VID( Virtual Identification)Number.

e-Aaadhar Password:

* This OTP password is a combination of the first four letters of your name as per the Aadhar Card along with your birth year.

*For example if the applicants' name is Michael Roy and year of birth is 1992

* Password is: MICH1992

How to get a duplicate aadhar card?

*Visit the official UIDAI website ( Aadhar Card Portal)

* You can choose from either Aadhaar or Enrolment ID, once the page is loaded

* Enter the Enrolment ID or  Aadhar number, whichever you have chosen, in the respective field.

* Then Enter your full name and PIN code. Now enter the Captcha that is given there, for security purposes, enter your registered mobile number and finally click the Get one-time password button.

*Enter the OTP that you will receive on your mobile number. Click on the validate and download button

* Your duplicate Aadhaar card will be downloaded on your system in PDF format. you will have to use the first four letters of your name and your year of birth, as this file is password protected. Take out the print of the duplicate Aadhaar Card.

GET AADHAAR NUMBER ON MOBILE PHONE:

* You need to register at an Aadhaar Enrollment Center to get your Aadhaar.

* If you are registered, check your Aadhaar status to see if it has become your Aadhaar.

* You will need your EID (Enrollment ID) and your registered mobile number to get assistance on your mobile.

EID:

* At the top of your confirmation slip is a 14-digit entry number (1234/12345/12345) and a 14-digit entry date and time (day/month/year). These 28 numbers together make up your EID.

* Registered mobile number is important for availing of Aadhaar online administration. * If you choose, check your original status to see if it becomes your base.

If you have not received the e-Aadhaar card from the website, then at least your Aadhar card number can be traced. After registering for the Aadhar card and waiting for some time, it will be too late to get an Aadhar card. To know the status of your Aadhaar registration through your mobile, send an SMS to 51969 with the following text:

* UID Status (14 digit access number) (SMS to 51969)

* (Example: UID Status 12345678901234. If Aadhaar number is generated, you will receive an SMS back with your Aadhaar number. Please note that you should use your listed multiplier for this policy)

* Find Aadhar Card Number and Status via SMS from Mobile Phone.

* You can request your Aadhaar number by sending an SMS from a registered multipurpose number. Send SMS to 51969 with the message:

* UID Getuid (14 digit entry number) (SMS to 51969).

*Note: If you are asked to enter a 28 digit Entry ID (EID), send SMS UID status (14 digit Entry ID + DDMMYYY). You can type GETUID instead of STATUS for the number.

Get Aadhaar Number on your Mobile:

* You need to register at the Aadhaar Enrollment Center to get your Aadhaar.

* Registered mobile number is the basic way to get Aadhaar online service.

* You will need your EID (Enrollment ID) and your registered mobile number to get your support on your mobile.

EID:

* At the top of your receipt slip is a 14-digit entry number (1234/12345/12345) and a 14-digit date and time of entry (day/month/year). These 28 numbers together make up your EID.

* Registered mobile number is important for availing Aadhaar online service

* If your convenient number isn't recorded in your Aadhaar, visit the closest Permanent Registration Center (PAC).

If you are not getting the e-Aadhaar card from the website, then you can at least find out what is your Aadhar card number. After registering for the Aadhar card and waiting for some time, there will be a delay in getting the Aadhar card. To know the status of your Aadhaar registration through your mobile, send an SMS to 51969 with the following text:

1. UID Status (14 Digit Access Number) (SMS to 51969).

2. (Example: UID Status 12345678901234. If aadhar number is generated, you will receive an SMS back with your aadhaar number. Please remember to use your registered portable for this technology).

3. Find Aadhar Card Number and Location via SMS from Mobile Phone

4. You can request your Aadhaar number by sending an SMS from a registered mobile number. Send an SMS to 51969.

5. UID getuid (14 digit entry number) (SMS to 51969).

6. Note: If you are asked to enter a 28 digit Entry ID (EID), send SMS UID status (14 digit Entry ID + DDMMYYYY). For the Aadhaar number, type GETUID instead of STATUS. 

RETRIEVE LOST UID/EID

On the UIDAI website existing Aadhar Cardholders and applicants who have recently enrolled for it can submit their request for lost Aadhaar UID/EID retrieval and also download the duplicate copy of Aadhaar from the portal. One needs to follow these few easy steps to get the lost card number and Enrolment number.

Step 1: At first, the residents are required to log on to the official website of UIDAI where the Aadhaar-issuing authority has made available various online services for the public.

Stage 2: Then, they need to tap on the Retrieve Lost UID/EID choice which will open another page.

Step 3: On the new page, they have to fill in their name, email id, and mobile number as mentioned in the Aadhaar enrolment form and the Aadhaar card.

Step 4:  Next, the residents will be required to choose any one of these two options, a) Retrieve Aadhaar Number (UID) or b) Retrieve Aadhaar Enrolment Number (EID).

Step 5: Click on the Send OTP button. In the wake of getting the OTP, enter something similar for the check.

Step 6: After the successful verification of the registered contact details, Aadhaar cardholders will receive their lost Aadhaar UID on either email or mobile number depending on the medium they had chosen in STEP 3.

Step 7: Same way, individuals who have lost their EID number will receive it in the registered contact information.

Now, in case, the Aadhaar card or Enrolment slip is lost and can not be located then after receiving the UID/EID, residents can use it to download e-copies of the lost documents. For this, they will again be re-directed to a new page where they will have to fill in details like the name and postal code of the area where they reside along with the ID numbers. Once again, the cardholders have to click on the get OTP option.
After they receive the OTP, all they have to do is download the e-aadhaar copy on their computer. To ensure security, the pdf version of the lost ID document is password protected. Earlier the password used to be the UID/EID number holders area PIN code. But recently UIDAI has made certain changes. Now, the passcode is a combination of the first four characters of the number holder's name and four-digit of his/her birth year. For example, if the name of the individual is mentioned as ALKA SHARMA and  the year of birth as 1967, then the password would be ALKA1967

                                                         








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