Sunday, April 7, 2013

Get Aadhaar to obtain PAN card now

The Unique Identification (UID)Aadhaar number will soon be a "valid" proof of identity and address to obtain a PAN card. 

A proposal for inclusion of Aadhaar in the existing list of valid proof of identification and proof of address for allotment of PAN was sent to the finance ministry by the Unique Identification Authority of India sometime back. 

The ministry has decided to notify rules in this regard. It is aimed at curbing the menace of fake or duplicate PAN cards which are allotted by I-T department to taxpayers. 

"Once Aadhaar is accepted as a valid proof for obtaining PAN, the I-T department would be able to weed out the menace of fake, forging or duplication of PAN cards. 

"The amalgamation of the databases is in full swing and the ministry would soon notify the rules in this regard," a senior finance ministry official said. 

The ministry, through the Income Tax department, has already incorporated more than 1.75 lakh Aadhaar numbers in its database since it notified a new form 49A for getting PAN last year. 

It has been working for nearly three years on the plan of creating a biometric database of taxpayers which it will now achieve by incorporating the Aadhaar data which has been taken on similar lines. 

Till now, a variety of documents, like voter ID card, passport, driving licence and documents of owning or renting a property were used as a proof to obtain the Permanent Account Number (PAN). 

The ministry had last year brought out a new PAN application form-- 49A for use of Indian citizens, companies and entities incorporated in the country which allows a applicant to mention his or her Aadhaar number. 

The finance ministry, which had first mooted the proposal of generating and issuing biometric PAN in 2006, had kept the decision pending for sometime as it was felt that both the agencies (UIDAI and I-T) would be "duplicating the effort" to reach a common goal -- biometrics-based identity. 

In 2006, the ministry had proposed that the biometric PAN cards would have the I-T assesses' fingerprints (two from each hand) and the face. This will now be achieved by collating the Aadhaar database with that of the PAN. 

According to latest data (till December last), more than 16.49 crore PAN cards have been issued in the country. 

The I-T department, in a number of cases, has unearthed a number of individuals possessing multiple PAN cards or forging the details to evade taxes and create 'benami' properties.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

How to Register Aadhaar number for LPG connection?

 How to Register Aadhaar number for LPG connection?

Now Aadhaar – The Unique Identification Number allows you to get Subsidy on LPG/Gas Connection through its Unique service known as Aadhaar Seeding / RASF. To Apply for this Service you may follow the details below : 

Resident Self Service :

Step 1: Enter your aadhaar address location
Step 2: Enter your details
Step 3: Choose Benefit Type
Step 4: Submit the button.


Register Here 

Before Submission please check if you have given :

** Photo Copy of Aadhaar Card
** Photo Copy of First page of DGCC / Blue / Red Book or recent delivery reciept or SV document
** Address Proof (Required only in case of your present LPG delivery address is different from address in Aadhaar Card) Information as asked in points 1 to 6 in “Aadhaar Registration Sheet” 


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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Check Aadhaar card status

 You can check the status of your Aadhaar enrolment online. To check your Aadhaar card status, you need the enrolment number, date and time. You can find these details on the acknowledgement/resident copy issued at the Aadhaar enrolment camp organized by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Please note that the original word Aadhaar has assumed many different spellings/variations over time - Aadhar, Adhar, and often replaced with the word UID.

Enter Aadhaar enrolment number and date + time :


Tuesday, March 5, 2013

How to get aadhaar card Online | eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in

Citizens who have registered for Aadhaar need not wait too long for their cards to be delivered by post. Instead, they can go online and download the cards by following a simple procedure.

"Citizens can visit uidai.gov.in or eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in to download their cards. One can enter his or her enrollment number to obtain the card," said UIDAI deputy director general Ajay Bhushan Pandey. Citizens can also seek an online appointment before going to the nearby enrollment centre.

According to Pandey, citizens must provide their mobile numbers while enrolling themselves. They can not only receive updates or change Aadhaar identity details through their cellphones, but can also avail of facilities such as direct cash transfer by offering the necessary details to banks and government departments. "Aadhaar will be attached to different schemes, such as LPG and scholarships, for cash transfer," he said.

Rajesh Aggarwal, secretary to the state information technology department, said: "Providing wrong details can create problems for a person as the card can help avail of facilities such as opening a bank account, mobile and LPG connections, train travel and other benefits." He also pointed out that citizens can now give their Aadhaar IDs to banks and government offices for cash transfers.

Aadhaar Card Online Registration | eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in

AADHAAR Enrolment Registration in www.aadhaar.ap.gov.in :


Now You can get New Aadhaar Card through online service . Apply your Aadhaar card through AADHAAR Enrolment Registration in www.aadhaar.ap.gov.in . For New Family Registration you have to fill these details in online like Card Type , Address Details ,Mandal/Muncipality Name , Gram Panchayat , FP Shop No , Village/Ward NO , Door NO/Building ,District/State , Pincode, LPG Connection , LPG Company Name ,LPG Distributor Name , LPG Consumer No, Family Count and other some details also

Sunday, March 3, 2013

How to Get an Aadhaar card now | eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in

How to Get an Aadhaar card now

  • Aadhaar card enrollment is free and you need to enroll only once as an individual is entitled for only one card.
  • You can go to any authorized Aadhaar enrollment center anywhere in India with your identity and address proof.
  • UIDAI process accepts Proof of Identity and 33 Proof of Address documents. Common proofs of identity and address are election photo ID card, Ration card, passport and driving license.
  • Photo ID cards like PAN card and government ID cards are permissible for identity proof. Address proof documents also include water - electricity - telephone bills from the last three months.
  • In case you do not have above mentioned proofs, certificate of identify having photo issued by Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead is also accepted as proof of identity.
  • # Certificate of address having photo issued by MP or MLA /Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead or by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) is accepted as valid proof of address.
  •  If someone in your family does not have individual valid documents, the resident can still enrol if his/her name exists in family entitlement document.
  •  Where there are no documents available, residents may also take the help of 'Introducers' at the enrolment centre. The Introducers are notified by the registrar.
  •  At the enrollment center, your photo, finger-prints and iris scan will also be taken as a part of the enrollment.
  •  You need to enrol only once. Enrolling again is a waste of your time as you will get only one Aadhaar number.
  • Based on the information provided, your details will be verified and If the application is successful, an Aadhaar number will be generated and mailed to your address.
  • The waiting time for Aadhaar may vary from 60-90 days after receipt of resident data packets.
  • Click here for the list of documents that can be submitted as proof of identity and address.
  • After enrolment, quality checks are done by the enrolment centre supervisors, followed by correction process (where required) and data packet consolidation.
  • Subsequently, the Enrolment Agency sends the data to UIDAI data centre. The data undergoes various stages of screening and validations in CIDR. This ensures that the source of data is authenticated besides ensuring that no duplicate exists.
  • Sample quality checks are done on demographic and biometric data collected from residents.
  • Apart from that the operator/supervisor/introducer/enrolment agency and registrar, information in each packet is also validated. Only after passing the data quality checks and other validations, the packet goes for de-duplication and Aadhaar gets generated.
  • In case of any errors, the packet goes on hold. For example, if the particulars of the operator who enrolled the resident are found to be inconsistent with database or there is a mismatch observed in photo and age/gender (e.g. a child's photo with age mentioned as 50 years), then the packet is held for further enquiry.
  • Corrective actions are taken on such packets, wherever possible, else a rejection letter guiding resident to re-enroll is dispatched to the resident.
  • India Post is entrusted with the responsibility of printing and delivery of Aadhaar letters. Depending on backlog for generation, location of delivery etc.
  • India Post may ordinarily take 3-5 weeks to print and deliver Aadhaar letters to the residents.

Benefits of an Aadhar card


# The unique identification or Aadhaar project would result in saving of about Rs 110,000 crore by 2020 (around 58 per cent of expenditure of major public welfare schemes), a Planning Commission study released said.

# By providing a clear proof of identity, Aadhaar will empower the underprivileged residents in accessing services such as the formal banking system and give them the opportunity to easily avail various other services provided by the government and the private sector. (With inputs from http://uidai.gov.in/aadhaar.html)

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Aadhaar Status | eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in



Aadhaar Status :

It is possible to track your Aadhaar status online. For this you need to have the Enrollment No. and Date Time with you which were provided to you at the time of enrollment/registration in the form of acknowledgement slip. Both fields of the form are mandatory and you must ensure that you insert the fields in correct format which is shown just below the input field box. Besides these you must enter the image-text shown on the page in the third field. After filling all the entries click on the submit button. If you receive an error then try again with correct details. 

Click here to know your Aadhaar Status

Click here to know your Aadhaar Postal Status

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