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Aadhaar card is a 12-digit distinct identification number that is issued to every resident of India. This number is given to individuals after completion of a verification process by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The UIDAI was functioning as an attached office of the then Planning Commission (now NITI Aayog) vide its Gazette Notification No.-A-43011/02/2009-Admn.I) dated 28th January, 2009. In September 2015, the Allocation of Business Rules was revised by the government to attach the UIDAI to the Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY) of the then Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. Its uniqueness lies in the concept of biometric and demographic features that make it devoid of duplication or fraud in any way. The demographic information includes a person’s name, date of birth, age, gender, address, contact number and email id (optional); whereas the biometric information consists of ten fingerprints, two iris scans and a facial photograph. Every resident of India has a different identification number that provides the government with necessary details. Aadhaar card is now globally used and the government has made it free to all people in the nation. It will surely become the one main source of identification in future.
Aadhaar Card Enrolment Process: Aadhaar Card enrolment procedures are simple; however, they need to be done precisely. Adequate measures need to be taken to ensure its completion. Hence, it is imperative that all the following steps are completed effectively. There are two ways of applying for an Aadhaar card - online and offline. If you are a tech-savvy person and would like to save much of your time, then an online application would be best-suited for you.
Online Application Procedure:
Fill up all the details required in it diligently and be vigilant of making no mistakes.
Make photocopies of your documents which include your identity proof, address proof and age.
Proof of Identity (POI) can include documents such as Government ID cards and pPan card. Proof of Address (POA) an include electricity bill, water bill or telephone bill of the last three months. Common ID proofs also include ration card, driving license and passport. The wait period is about 60 days to 3 months after which your Aadhaar Card is delivered to your home address. Another way is also to download your Aadhaar Card online by typing your enrolment number on the UIDAI’s official website.
Aadhaar enrolment centres are designated places that are authorised to enrol individuals by collecting their information (demographic and biometric) and assembling it according to the UIDAI rules and regulations. This is carried out by enrolment agencies in compliance with the UIDAI and they help individuals update their Aadhaar Card as well as in other required formalities. All tasks carried out at Aadhaar Card centres are free of cost initially, but a nominal fee is charged on some of the other tasks. These centres are situated in almost all parts the country for the assistance of individuals and the smooth functioning of UIDAI.
Jaipur is known to be a heavily populated city. Currently it has a population of over 30.7 lakhs. There are many centres situated all around this beautiful city.
There are around 425 authorised Aadhaar Card centres situated in various districts and tehsils of Jaipur. Places like A C Jobner, C Scheme, Hawa Mahal, Kotputli, Raja Park, Amber, Chaksu, Phulera, Phagi, Jhotwara, and others are occupied with at least 1 Aadhaar card centre.
Some of the banks that also have Aadhaar card enrolment centres are: Bank of India, sector 8, Chitrakoot; Bank of India, Malviya Nagar; State Bank of India, C- Scheme; Yes Bank Ltd, near Ashok Marg, C- Scheme, Andhra Bank, C- Scheme; IDBI Bank Ltd, Devi Nagar, New Sanganer road; The Catholic Syrian Bank, plot 11, Emerald Plaza; and HDFC Bank Ltd, Malviya Nagar.
Post offices also have Aadhaar Card enrolment centres in Jaipur such as Vaishali Nagar post office, Rajasthan circle, Jaipur; Shastri Nagar post office; Banipark post office session court; Jaipur railway station post office, Sfs Mansarover post office, Thadi market, Madhyam marg; Siddhi colony post office, Banipark and many others. To find an Aadhaar Card centre nearest to your city, check the link below and type in your state, city or Pin code.
Are Aadhaar Card offices open on Saturdays?
Yes, the centres are open on Saturdays.
Are Aadhaar card centres open on Sundays?
Bank and post office centres remain shut on Sundays; however, some enrolment centres are open. Especially the ones on the panchayat level.
How can I get the address of Aadhaar Card Kendra in Sanganer Jaipur?
Go to UIDAI official website. Scroll down the page and to the left-hand side you will see ‘Resident Portal’ written. Click on it and type your state, city or Pin code.
How can I get an Aadhaar card in Mansarover, Jaipur?
Collect all the necessary documents and locate the nearest centre on the official UIDAI website. Once you are there, submit all your documents. You will receive an acknowledgment receipt through which you can check on the status of your Aadhaar card.
How can I get Aadhaar card in Bhankrota?
There are about 5 permanent centres in Phagi, all of which are under the agency of Rajcomp Info services ltd. Few of them are in Prince Aadhaar Kendra Seva, Atal Seva Kendra Chandma Kalan (contact person- Dinesh Saini); Atal Shava Kendra Pahadiya (contact person- Surya Prakash Yogi); Atal Sewa Kendra, vpo Mendwas tehsil (contact person- Narendra Prajapati), for more details check website resident portal.
How can I get Aadhaar card in Sanganer?
In Sanganer, there are around 19 centres under Rajcomp Info services ltd agency. Few of the centre are in Syndicate Ban, Watika (contact person- Hemraj Mukaraniyan); Lakshya Computer, plot no. 8, Sriram Nagar Colony (contact person-Anil Chopda); Atal Sewa Kendra, Watika (contact person- Girraj); Dantli Atal Sewa Kendra (contact person- Mahesh Kumar Sharma) and many others.
Are these centres open on bank holidays?
No, these centres are not open on bank holidays
What are the working hours of Aadhaar card centres in Vidhyadhar Nagar
This organisation is permanently closed.