Aadhar Card is Mandatory for all the Peoples of India as a Primary identity Proof. Assam and Jammu and Kashmir are the two states in the country, where the Registration process is yet to be started. The Aadhar Card Registration process in Assam which was earlier scheduled to begin from 1st January, is now likely to start from 15th of February 2018.
Aadhar Card In Assam, Registration Process Via Offline mode
- First, you need to visit your nearest Assam Aadhar enrolment center.
- Then provide all your necessary details such as name, email, phone number, address.
- Submit xerox copies of required important documents as Age proof, identity proof, proof of marriage and residential proof.
- After then you will be said to provide your fingerprints (Biometric) along with your photo.
- Then give your iris impression via Iris scanner available at the center.
- That’s all , Aadhar card will be sent to your address soon via speed post.
After this offline formalities in enrollment center you can check your aadhar status in Online by putting your Enrollment number . Visit the Official Website of UIDAI –https://resident.uidai.gov.in/check-aadhaar-status to check aadhar status.
Aadhar Card Registration In Assam: Online mode
Firstly, you need to apply for Aadhar card offline Formalities then you can see your Aadhar card online and you can download it. The downloaded e-Aadhar Card is same valid as the original. So here are the steps to download your e-Aadhar card.
- Visit official website https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/
- Enter date and time mention in your acknowledgement slip given in the enrollment centre.
- Type in your name, phone number and pin code
- Once you submit all dthe given details, you will receive an OTP on your number after then you can download your e-aadhar card.
According to Ranjan Chakrabarty, Secretary of GAD- all the biometric registrations will now be supervised by Deputy Commissioner, Circle Officer, and BDOs. The biometric registrations will be carried out across 1,200 centres in the state. He also state that NRC is a citizenship proof, whereas Aadhaar is an identity proof. Anybody who have lived in India for more than 183 days, can apply for Aadhaar.