UIDAI or Unique Identification authority of India is a government agency of India. It’s objective is pretty specific and to the point, it mainly aims to collect demographic and biometric of residents of India. They’ve tried to store the data in a centralized database system for future reference, provide people with 12 digits unique identification number called as Aadhar.
Aadhar card was launched on 28th January 2009, and since then has provided 1.07 billion Aadhar numbers across India. Aadhar card is an only document that has not been declared as a voluntary service than a mandatory document.
On 23rd September 2013, The supreme court of India ordered to keep the document as voluntary instead of mandatory, as well as “no one should suffer for not having Aadhar card” as the government cannot deny services to a resident of India, especially if she or he does not possess Aadhar card.
In fact, on 11th August 2015, the supreme court of India ruled that UIDAI will not be used for other purposes except, LPG subsidy, opening bank account, LPG distribution, and kerosene system. For other purposes, Aadhar card will not be mandatory.
Now at first, the registration process of Aadhar card was a little difficult and hectic. But now with the launch of its new website, you can complete all the work related to Aadhar card with ease. The website included almost all the necessary options, for example, registration, re- registration, get appointment, FAQs, rules and regulations and last but not the least, new transformation in the rules of Aadhar card.
The website looks something like this:-
As you can see, the top blue bar provides you with various options, like About UIDAI, legal framework, your Aadhar card (includes all the relevant form and information for registration), enrollment and update (includes verification of information, get registration appointments, download e – Aadhar card, make changes on your Aadhar card, etc), media centre and resources.
So instead of visiting their office over and over, why not check out the website, spend some time on it, understand the procedures and complete your work sitting at home. The Government has made the process quick and at the same time easy, residents can check out the delivery status of UID card, download a new card and use it as the original document.
The website has all the possible options you can think of. Doesn’t matter whether the card is mandatory or not, it’s always a benefit of using the card in the right place and at the right time.
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