Aadhaar Card Form in Gujarati: Aadhaar card is the twelve digits unique identification number issued to the citizens of India by Unique Identification Authority of India (under the Government of India) in 2009.
This card is one of the most vital documents of an Indian citizen so as to provide them with a universal identification number and so, this is linked to all the official documents of an Indian citizen. There is no age limit for getting an Aadhaar Card – all people starting from a newborn to a senior citizen, everyone can avail the facilities of an Aadhaar Card.
Aadhaar Card has an official website where all the details of the same can be found and that site is also controlled by the Unique Identification Authority of India. You can check the site at www.uidai.gov.in.
Aadhaar Card Form in Gujarati
In the paradigm shift towards a wholly digital India, the Aadhaar Card is playing a vital role in the Know Your Customer (KYC) initiatives of various online payment platforms like AmazonPay and PayTM. In addition to that, it is also mandatory information across all educational and business institutions because it helps in maintaining a unique record for every individual.
The process of registration of Aadhaar Card involves many biometric tests to store a person’s biometric data for identification and it also involves rigorous data entry and data verification processes starting from the nitty-gritty like all the basic details such as name, address, pin code, phone number, blood group and so on. This is manually done in Aadhaar Enrollment Centers across all cities.
Most people make some or the other error in filling their Aadhaar Card details. So, the Unique Identification Authority of India has made it easier for people to get their Aadhaar card updated or corrected both online and offline. The online portal has a correction form which is to be filled online and the offline method involves a postal system to mail the correction form to the Aadhaar Offices.
- An interesting fact is that Aadhaar correction form is also available in the Gujarati language.
- The Gujarati language is over 700 years old.
- This language is spoken by more than over fifty-five million people across the world.
- This language is spoken in many countries outside India.
- The Unique Identification Authority of India has as of today provided the provisions for the Aadhaar holders to edit or update their Aadhaar enrolment forms in the Gujarati language
- This service is available free of cost.
- In addition to that, this correction form does not require users to be doing too many efforts.
- This correction form can be downloaded
That being said, it is very important to keep in mind that Aadhaar Card is one of the most important documents for an Indian citizen, and hence, it is your sole responsibility to safeguard your Aadhaar card, else it might be misused by hackers who might steal your information.
So, even while updating any detail of your Aadhaar Card, you need to ensure that you don’t share the details and the EID, UID or OTP in any case, with any third party person or vendor so that you can keep your details safe.
POA (Proof of Address) documents containing Name & Address:
2. Statement of Bank / Passbook.
3. Relation of Post Office Account / Passbook.
4. Ration Card, man.
5. ID of the voter.
6. The driver’s license.
7. Government Photo ID card / Online ID card service provided by the PSU.
8. Electricity bill (not longer than 3 months).
9. Power payment (not more than 3 months).
10. 10. Telephone Landline Charge (not more than 3 months old).
11. Receipt of land tax (not older than 1 year).
12. Grant of payment cards (not older than 3 months).
13. Insurance plans.
14. Signed letter with a photo of the bank on the letterhead.
15. Signed Letter of Photography given by licensed business on letterhead.
16. Signed copy with identification provided by the Recognized Educational Institution on letterhead or identification ID with address published by the Recognized Educational Institution.
17. NREGS Job Card, please.
18. The license of Arms.
19. Pensioner’s Card.
Twenty. Freedom Fighter Passport, yes.
21.-21. It’s Kissan Passbook.
22. 22. CGHS / ECHS card, please.
23. Certificate of the address of picture provided by MP or MLA or MLC or Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar in UIDAI Standard Certificate Format for registration/update.
24. Certificate of Address given by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) in the UIDAI standard enrolment/update certificate format.
25. Request for income tax determination.
26. Certificate of vehicle registration.
27. Registered Sales / Lease / Rent Agreement.
28. Address Card with images provided by the Post Office.
29. Caste and Domicile Certificate of Photography issued by the Government of the State.
30. Disability Identification Card / disabled medical credential provided by the relevant State / UT Governments / Administrative.
31. Carbon Contact Bill (not more than 3 months old).
32. The Spouse Passport.
33. Passport to guardians (in the case to minors).
36. Cash of Bhamashah.
37. Certificate from the Superintendent / Guardian / Matron / Head of the organization of recognized shelters or orphanages etc. in the UIDAI standard certificate format for registration/update.
38. Certificate of the address of picture given by the Local Councilor in the UIDAI standard certificate format for enrolment/update.
39. Identity Card issued by recognized institutions of education.40. The SSLC book has a photograph.41. Identity card for school.
42. School Leaving Certificate (SLC)/School Transition Certificate (TC) with Name and Emails.
43. Excerpt of school documents containing the identification, address and photograph provided by the Head of School.
44. Certificate of Identity containing Name, Address, and Photo issued by Recognized Educational Institution signed by Head of Institute on UIDAI standard certificate format for enrolment/ update.
45. Certificate of identity containing Name, DOB, and Photograph issued by Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on UIDAI standard certificate format for enrolment/ update.