Uttar Pradesh Steps Up One Step Ahead to Complete Aadhaar Card Project

Uttar Pradesh Government have given a target till 31st March 2015 to complete 90% of Aadhaar Card Enrollments. UP Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan has also requested district magistrates to complete Aadhaar Card Project as soon as possible.

UP Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan also added that children up to five years of age cab enroll for Aadhaar Card through tablets in Anganwadi Centers. And those who are above 5 years of age can get their self-enrolled for Aadhaar Card at education institutions respectively.

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How to Get Enrolled for Aadhaar Card Online

It’s still not late to get enrolled for Aadhaar Card, you can just follow below procedure on How to Get Enrolled for Aadhaar Card Online and get yourself an Aadhaar Card.

You may be in any state or area in India, you can get enrolled for Aadhaar at any centers located nearby your state or area, so to locate the Aadhaar Card Enrollment Center nearest, you will have to locate the Enrollment Center by clicking here.

Aadhaar Enrolment Centre Search

Once you are there on Enrolment Centre Search page just select your state from the list, followed by District/City, locality/ area and hit on search button. On clicking search button it will display nearby Aadhaar Card Enrollment Centers in your area. Just note down the address of the Aadhaar Enrollment Center.

You can directly visit the Aadhaar Enrollment Center or else you can even take an Appointment for Aadhaar Enrolment Online by clicking here but you should note that if the Aadhaar Center located in your area accepts Online Appointments and if it accepts Online Appointments you can carry on to take Online Appointment by filling the form Appointment for Aadhaar Enrolment and fix an appointment.

Appointment for Aadhaar Enrolment

Once you fix an appointment you can walk in to the fixed appointment Aadhaar Enrollment Center with photocopies of the documents needed, Aadhaar Card form duly filled and get yourself enrolled for Aadhaar Card.

Updating your details in Aadhaar

You will be pleased to know that the Aadhaar family now has over 89 crore Aadhaar holders!

Your Aadhaar is an effective tool to access various services offered by government (and private) agencies from time to time. It is important that you regularly update the information on Aadhaar.

Updating your details in Aadhaar

If you have moved to a new address; or, your child has recently turned 5 years (or 15 years) of age; or, your email ID or phone number has changed from the one mentioned in your Aadhaar; or, you wish to add your mobile number and/ or email ID - then you should "Update" the information in the Aadhaar database.
You can follow any of these three simple ways to update information in Aadhaar database:

  • Online Self-Service Portal (for updating demographic information)

    If your mobile is registered in Aadhaar, you can visit the https://resident.uidai.net.in, and follow the instructions for updating address (or change of name following marriage etc.).
  • Permanent Enrolment Centers (for updating Demographics / Biometrics / Photograph)

    Visit a nearby Permanent Enrolment Centre (PEC) along with copies of relevant documents such as Identity/ Address proof. You can also update your photograph and biometrics. A list of PECs is available at https://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx
  • By Post

    Send an Aadhaar Data Update/ Correction form by Post. You can download the form at http://uidai.gov.in/images/application_form_11102012.pdf. A list of documents to be attached is available at https://resident.uidai.net.in/update-data. Duly completed form along with relevant documents may be sent to Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) at either of the two addresses given below:

    Post Box No. 10, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, 480001 (India)


    Post Box No. 99, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, 500034 (India)
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Cat Enrolled for Aadhaar Card - Registered Criminal case against an NRI and the operator

After the dog gets Aadhaar Card in Madhya Pradesh trending news here one more news coming from Kerala saying that the Cat was enrolled for Aadhaar Card by his NRI Owner who is working in Gulf. The Owner of the Cat i.e. NRI who is working in Gulf had wanted a photo id for his Persian cat to take his cat to Gulf where he is employed.

Cat Enrolled for Aadhaar Card

And hence the NRI decided to apply for Aadhaar Card for his cat and he visited the Akshaya Kendra Centre to apply for Aadhaar Card. The lady staff at the Akshaya Kendra Centre accepted the application form of the cat and completed all the formalities the name and address was that of the owner, Azeez Abdullah as well as photo of the cat was clicked.

But this matter came to know to Kerala police when they received a complaint from Bengaluru Regional Aadhaar Card Additional Director, D M Gujral, during inspection of the application. And now Kerala Police have registered a criminal case against the NRI and an employee of an IT-based services delivery Centre on charges of applying Aadhaar Card for a cat.

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Dog residing in Madhya Pradesh has an Aadhaar Card

It is normal that we human treat our pet animals like dogs, cats etc. like our family member. But one of the resident of Madhya Pradesh Mohammad Azam Khan a supervisor at the Umri Aadhaar Card Centre crossed his limit by enrolling his dog for Aadhaar Card. Aadhaar Card was issued to his dog in the name of Tuffy.

Dog residing in Madhya Pradesh has an Aadhaar Card

And when one of the local resident Akhilesh Singh Yadav came to know about this matter he filed a police complaint saying that the local Aadhaar Centre at Umri had issued an Aadhaar Card to a dog.

After investigation Madhya Pradesh Police arrested Mr. Mohammad Azam Khan and seize the dogs Aadhaar Card, as well as police are also investigating further if more cards have been issued to animals.

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DIGILocker - A Digital India Initiative

DIGILocker is a Digital India Initiative launched by Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY) Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India.


By signing up for DigiLocker with Aadhaar Number every resident will get to securely store e-documents and Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) link of e-documents issued by various issuer departments, in in subsequent release of DIGILocker (DigitalLocker) the storage space allocation will be increased to 1GB. The e-Sign feature in DigiLocker system can be used to digitally sign e-documents.

Residents registered with DIGILocker (DigitalLocker) will be easily able to Share e-documents online with any registered requester department or agency.

Features of DIGILocker (DigitalLocker)
  • Login using Aadhaar Number
  • Upload Documents
  • View Documents Issues by Departments
  • Digitally Signed Documents
  • Share Your Documents

How DIGILocker (DigitalLocker) will help Residents?

DIGILocker (DigitalLocker) will minimize the usage of physical documents and will provide genuineness of the e-documents as well as it will provide secure access to Govt. issued documents. DIGILocker service will also reduce administrative burden of agencies and Govt. departments and will make it easy for the residents to receive services.

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New trick by Reasi Admn to get 100% enrollment for Aadhaar

Reasi District Administration have deployed several teams headed by Sub Divisional Magistrates and Tehsildar to enroll residents in each district panchayat.

The teams deployed will enroll residents for Aadhaar in every panchayat who are left out as well as those who have still not received or missed their copy of Aadhaar.  Deputy Commissioner Reasi Sushma Chauhan while interview with media also said that there will be one mobile Aadhaar Card Enrollment Center at every panchayat for at least 3 days.

The enrollment process of Aadhaar have been launched in Mahore area and would rolled out also in other parts of district in phased manner. As well as those individuals whose Aadhaar Enrollment have been rejected can also re-enroll their self in these centers.

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