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.

1 comment:

  1. i have been told on a phone message that i am registered and have been granted an aadhaar card in the month of 28-01-13.
    i have no other information nor has the card been sent to me yet 14 june 13.
    the service is bad for the applicant.
    yours truely Vijay+Ramanna+Shetty. mumbai prabhadevi 91 9869744011 24221124/25