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Aadhar Card Enrollment Centres in Bangalore

An individual can get the Aadhar number by visiting the nearest Aadhaar Enrollment Centre in Bangalore and get oneself enrolled for Aadhar. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) website will help the individuals to locate the list of aadhar enrollment centers across the country apart from providing useful information required for applying for aadhar, linking aadhar with other relevant important documents, bank accounts, and any other services related to the Aadhar card. There are permanent as well as temporary aadhar card enrollment centers in Bangalore.

Please note: Due to COVID- 19 coronavirus crisis, only a few Aadhaar enrollment centres are active in all cities across the country.

List of Aadhar Enrollment Centres
Total Centres found : 254
SNo Registrar Name Type Center Summary
1 Govt of Karnataka permanent 5th Phase , Bangalore One Yelahanka 5th Phase , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Yelahanka New Town, Karnataka - 560064
2 Govt of Karnataka permanent A D Halli, Dasarahalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Agrahara Dasarahalli, Karnataka - 560079
3 UID ASK permanent AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA , PATALAMMA ROAD PAI VISTA CONVENTION HALL SOUTH END CERCIL, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004
4 UID ASK permanent Aadhaar Seva Kendra, Aadhaar Seva Kendra South End Circle Patalamma Road Near Pai Vista Convention Hall , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004
5 UID ASK permanent AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA, AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA SOUTH END CIRCLE PATALAMMA ROAD PAI VISTA CONVENTION HALL, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
6 UID ASK permanent AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA, NO 36 FIRST FLOOR PATTALAMMA TEMPLE STREET NEXT TO PAI VISTA HALL SOUTH END CIRCLE , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004
7 UID ASK permanent AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA, SOUTH END CIRCLE PATALAMMA ROAD PAI VISTA CONVENTION HALL, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004
8 UID ASK permanent AADHAAR SEVA` KENDRA, SOUTH END CIRCLE NEAR PATTELAMMA ROAD JAYANAGARA, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
9 UID ASK permanent AADHAR SEVA KENDRA, PATTALAMMA ROAD PAI VISTA CONVENTION HALL NEAR SOUTH END CIRCLE, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
10 UID ASK permanent Adhar Seva kendra, No 36/1 1st floor Patalamma Temple street southend road basavanagudi, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
1 Andhra Bank permanent Andhra Bank, GVR Castle Bagulur Road opp The Big Market, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, A F Station Yelahanka, Karnataka - 560063
2 Andhra Bank permanent ANDRA BANK, ANDRA BANK BANASWADI, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560043
11 Govt of Karnataka permanent Anjananagar, Anjananagar B B M P Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560091
1 Indiapost permanent Arabic College, Arabic Collage, Nagavara Main Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
12 Govt of Karnataka permanent Arekere, Arekere Mico Layout Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560076
13 Govt of Karnataka permanent Arul Christa Mary , N G V Gate Koramangala , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560047
14 Govt of Karnataka permanent Ashwath Nagar, Govt Urdu School,Anam Layout,Ashwath Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560077
15 UID ASK permanent ASK , Grand Majestic .Gandhi Nagar Bangalore , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, K G Road, Karnataka - 560009
16 UID ASK permanent ASK , No 36-1 1st floor JRR towers Patalamma temple street sounthend, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
17 UID ASK permanent ASK , No 36/1 1st floor patalamma Temple street sounthend road, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
18 UID ASK permanent ASK bengaluru, Grand majestic Center Gandhinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, K G Road, Karnataka - 560009
19 UID ASK permanent ASK bengaluru, grand majestic,Gandhi nagar banglore-560009 , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, K G Road, Karnataka - 560009
20 UID ASK permanent ASK Centre, No 36/1 1st floor Patalamma Temple Street Near South end circle next to pai vista conentional hall, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
21 UID ASK permanent ASK, #36/1 1st Floor Patalamma Temple Street Opp To paivista covention Hall South End Circle, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
22 UID ASK permanent ASK, GAND MAJESTIC CENTRE GANDHINAGAR, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, K G Road, Karnataka - 560009
23 UID ASK permanent ASK, Grand Majestic Mall, Gandhi Nagar, Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560009
24 Govt of Karnataka permanent athigupee, athigupee, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Vijayanagar, Karnataka - 560040
25 Govt of Karnataka permanent attiguppe, attiguppe, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560040
26 Govt of Karnataka camp-mode Attur bbmp, Attur BBMP yelahanka, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560064
27 Govt of Karnataka permanent AustinTown , BBMP Centre, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Viveknagar, Karnataka - 560047
28 Govt of Karnataka permanent B B M P Ward - 43, Nandini Layout, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Nandinilayout, Karnataka - 560096
29 Govt of Karnataka permanent B Narayanapura Bangalore One, B Narayanapura Bangalore One, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560016
30 Govt of Karnataka permanent B One Office, KHB Coplex Yelahanka New Town B One Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560064
31 Govt of Karnataka permanent B-One, A Narayanapura, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560016
32 Govt of Karnataka permanent Balaji Layout , Bangalore One Balaji Layout , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Thalaghattapura, Karnataka - 560062
33 Govt of Karnataka permanent Balaji layout, Thalaghattapura Bang 1, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Thalaghattapura, Karnataka - 560062
34 Govt of Karnataka permanent BANASWADI, BANASWADI MAIN ROAD, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Banaswadi, Karnataka - 560043
35 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bangalore 1, Shettihalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560057
3 Central Bank of India_New_650 permanent bangalore city, CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BANGALORE CITY, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore Dist Offices Bldg, Karnataka - 560009
36 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bangalore One, AECS Layout Kundalahalli Colony, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560037
37 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bangalore one, BDA Complex, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, B S K 2nd Stage, Karnataka - 560070
38 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bangalore one, Postal colony Sanjayanagara bangalore one, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560094
39 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bangalore One, Sub Division 7 Old airport Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560017
40 Govt of Karnataka permanent bangalore one, vasanthnagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore G P O, Karnataka - 560001
4 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent bangalore, jayanagar shopping complex, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Jayanagar 4th Block, Karnataka - 560011
41 Govt of Karnataka permanent Banglore 1 Mallasandra , BBMP Office Bagalagunte , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560073
42 Govt of Karnataka permanent Banglore One, BDA Complex, BSK 2nd stage, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, B S K 2nd Stage, Karnataka - 560070
5 Bank of India_New_649 permanent Bank Of India , Rajaji Nagar , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Rajajinagar, Karnataka - 560010
6 Bank of India_New_649 permanent BANK OF INDIA, BASAVESWAR NAGAR BRANCH, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560079
7 Bank of India_New_649 permanent Bank Of India, Main Branch, # 11, K G Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560009
43 Govt of Karnataka permanent Bapujinagar , Bapujinagar BBMP Ward , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560026
44 Govt of Karnataka permanent Basaweshwaranagar Main Center, Bansawesharanagar , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Basaveshwaranagar, Karnataka - 560079
45 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP Office V Nagenahalli, BBMP Office, 1st Floor, V.Nagenahalli, R T Nagar Post, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560032
46 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP Office, BBMP Office Shettihalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Shethihalli, Karnataka - 560015
47 Govt of Karnataka permanent bbmp office, Dattathreya Temple ward, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Malleswaram, Karnataka - 560003
48 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP OFFICES, Banaswadi Main Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560043
49 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP R R Nagar , BBMP R R Nagar Bangalore , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Karnataka - 560098
50 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP Ward 33, C/o. Sridhar S, Abdul Wajid Office Ward 33, Behind Bata Showroom, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560032
51 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP Ward Office 46, Near BDA Complex, Ganesh Rao Maane Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560032
52 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP Ward Office No 14, M E I Layout Near M E I Ground Bagalagunte Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560073
53 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP, GANGANAGAR BBMP , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, R T Nagar, Karnataka - 560032
54 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP, HEBBAL BBMP OFFICE, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560024
55 Govt of Karnataka permanent BBMP, MEG Layout Vignan Nagar BBMP, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560016
56 Govt of Karnataka permanent bbmp, ramamurthyu nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Ramamurthynagar, Karnataka - 560016
2 Indiapost permanent BEGUR POST OFFICE, D.NO.18 VITTASANDRA ROAD,MOHAN LAYOUT,BEGUR-560114, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Begur, Karnataka - 560114
57 Govt of Karnataka permanent BHEl Layout, pattanagere, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Karnataka - 560098
58 Govt of Karnataka permanent bhel, bhel, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560098
59 Govt of Karnataka permanent Binny Mill, BBMP Centre Ward No 120 Binny Mill Road Next To Binny Mills Ramasharma Park Cottonpet, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560053
60 Govt of Karnataka permanent bsk, bsk main, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560070
61 Govt of Karnataka camp-mode byatarayanapura, Banashankari 3rd stage , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560085
62 Govt of Karnataka permanent byatarayanapura, byatarayanapura, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560092
8 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent CANARA BANK , CANARA BANK INDIRA NAGAR BANGALORE, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Indirnagar, Karnataka - 560038
9 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Canara Bank, dodballapura, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
10 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent canara Bank, hebbal, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560024
11 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent canara bank, J P Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
12 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Canara Bank, No 18,K H Road, Shantinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
13 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Canara Bank, No Coles Road Frazer Town Near H P Petrol Pump, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560005
14 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Canara Bank, Rajaji Nagar 3rd Block, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Rajajinagar 3rd Block, Karnataka - 560010
15 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Canara Bank, vijayanagar Near Metro Station Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Vijayanagar, Karnataka - 560040
3 Indiapost permanent CARMELRAM POST OFFICE, SARJAPURA MAIN ROAD,BBMP BUILDING,DODDAKANAHALLI,CARMELRAM, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560035
16 Central Bank of India_New_650 permanent CBIN0280850, CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA GROUND FLOOR KG CIRCLE, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore Dist Offices Bldg, Karnataka - 560009
63 Govt of Karnataka permanent cds, chikkadevasandra, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560036
64 Govt of Karnataka permanent Centre For e-Governance, ceg office 2nd floor, B Block Above Shanthi Nagar BMTC Bus Stop, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
65 Govt of Karnataka permanent Chikkalsandra ward, Chikkalasandra, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Banashankari 3rd Stage, Karnataka - 560085
66 Govt of Karnataka permanent chokkasandra, bangalore one chokkasandra dasarahalli bangalore 560057, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560057
17 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent CNRB0000445, ROOPA COMPLEX B H ROAD , Bangalore Rural, Nelamangala, Nelamangala, Karnataka - 562123
18 Corporation Bank permanent Corporation bank, Bengaluru - Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Yelahanka New Town, Karnataka - 560064
19 Corporation Bank permanent Corporation bank, Corporation Bank RPC Layout Banglore 560040, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Vijayanagar Ii Stage, Karnataka - 560040
20 Corporation Bank permanent Corporation bank, Cottonpet , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Chickpet, Karnataka - 560053
21 Corporation Bank permanent CORPORATION BANK, DODDABALLAPURA, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
22 Corporation Bank permanent CORPORATION BANK, SARJAPUR ROAD ATTIBELE, Bengaluru, Anekal, Attibele, Karnataka - 562107
23 Corporation Bank permanent CORPORATION BANK, Shivaji Nagar , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Infantry Road, Karnataka - 560001
24 Corporation Bank permanent Corporation Bank, Uttarahalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560061
25 Corporation Bank permanent Corporation bank, Yashwantapura, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Yeswanthpura, Karnataka - 560022
67 Govt of Karnataka camp-mode cox town , cox town jeevanahalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560005
68 Govt of Karnataka permanent Devarachikkanahalli, Ward No 175 OPP RTO Office BTM 4th Stage 2nd Block Devarachikkanahalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560076
69 Govt of Karnataka permanent Devarachikkanahalli, Ward No 175 Opp RTO Office BTM Layout 4th Stage 2nd Block Devarachikkanahalli Bangalore , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560076
26 Dhanlaxmi Bank permanent dhanlaxmi Bank, DHANLAXMI BANK 1st FloorSri Krishna 5th block, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560041
4 Indiapost permanent DHARMARAM COLLEGE POST OFFICE, HOSUR MAIN ROAD,BESIDE KIDWAI HOSPITAL,BENGALURU-29, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560029
5 Indiapost permanent DHARMARAM COLLEGE POST OFFICE, HOSUR MAIN ROAD,BESIDE KIDWAI HOSPITAL,BENGALURU-29, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560029
6 Indiapost permanent doddaballapura, doddaballapura, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
70 Govt of Karnataka permanent Doddabommasandra, 1st Block Vidyaranyapura, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Doddabommasandra, Karnataka - 560097
71 Govt of Karnataka permanent Domlur, Domlur Layout BBMP, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560071
27 Canara Bank II permanent dudaballapur, syndicate bank, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
72 Govt of Karnataka permanent Frazer Town, No 48 Haines Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560005
7 Indiapost permanent Goripalya Post office, JJR Nagar,Hosahalli Main Road,Near Police station, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Goripalya, Karnataka - 560018
73 Govt of Karnataka permanent Gotigere, ward no 194,Gotigere,Near Royal counti park, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
74 Govt of Karnataka permanent Gyathri Nagar Ward Office, No 1444 5th Main 2nd Stgae D Block Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560010
75 Govt of Karnataka permanent Hagadura-84, Hagadur B B M P Word Office-84, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560066
76 Govt of Karnataka permanent HBR, BDA Complex HBR Layout , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560043
28 HDFC Bank Limited permanent HDFC0001226, HDFC BANK LTD. 103/31, 26TH MAIN ROAD,4TH T BLOCK,JAYANAGAR, NEAR R V COLLEGEBANGALOREKARNATAKA Pin No:-560041, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Jayanagar East, Karnataka - 560041
29 HDFC Bank Limited camp-mode HDFC0003881, HDFC BANK LTD, DIMENSIONS, NO.7/19, PALACE CROSS ROAD, VASANTH NAGAR, BANGALORE KARNATAKA, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore G P O, Karnataka - 560001
77 Govt of Karnataka permanent Hegganahalli , Hegganahalli B B M P Office , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560091
78 Govt of Karnataka permanent Herohalli Center, Anjananagar BBMP, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Herohalli, Karnataka - 560091
79 Govt of Karnataka permanent Herohalli, Herohalli banglore one, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560091
80 Govt of Karnataka permanent HMT Peenya, Ward No 38 Near BBMP Office Peenya 1st Stage, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Peenya I Stage, Karnataka - 560058
81 Govt of Karnataka permanent Hombegowda nagar, 7th Cross Wilson Garden Bangalore 560027, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Wilson Garden, Karnataka - 560027
82 Govt of Karnataka permanent Hoodi BBMP, Hoodi Circle BBMP Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Hoodi, Karnataka - 560048
83 Govt of Karnataka permanent Hosakerehalli, B SK 3rd Stage, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Banashankari 3rd Stage, Karnataka - 560085
30 Andhra Bank permanent HOSKOTE ANDHRABANK, ANDHRABANK HOSKOTE, Bangalore Rural, Hosakote, Hosakote, Karnataka - 562114
31 IDBI Bank Ltd_New_667 permanent ibkl0001875, IDBI Bank Limited Mayur Complex Anekal , Bengaluru, Anekal, Anekal, Karnataka - 562106
32 ICICI Bank Limited permanent ICIC0001415, Shankar Building, Khata No, 433/135/3, B.B. Road, Near RTO Office, Devanahalli-562110, Bangalore Rural, Devanahalli, Devanahalli, Karnataka - 562110
33 Indian Bank_New_651 permanent INDIAN BANK, ABBIGERE BRANCH, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Chikkabanavara, Karnataka - 560090
34 Indian Bank_New_651 permanent indian bank, No 19 Lalbagh Road Shiva Shankar Plaza First Floor Richmond Circle Shantingar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
35 Indian Bank_New_651 permanent Indian Bank, No 512, 6th Cross, 6th Bloock, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560095
36 IndusInd Bank permanent Indusind bank, basavanagudi, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Basavanagudi, Karnataka - 560004
37 IndusInd Bank permanent Indusind Bank, Bommasandra, Bengaluru, Anekal, Bommasandra, Karnataka - 560099
38 IndusInd Bank permanent Indusind Bank, HBR BRANCH, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Kalyananagar, Karnataka - 560043
84 Govt of Karnataka permanent j p nagar, J P Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
85 Govt of Karnataka permanent J P Nagar, J P Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
86 Govt of Karnataka permanent jagadambika, GKW Layout, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560040
87 Govt of Karnataka permanent jayanagar 2nd block ward, jayanagar main center, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560011
88 Govt of Karnataka permanent Jayanagar 7th Block, Bangalore One Jayanagar 7th Block, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, B S K 2nd Stage, Karnataka - 560070
89 Govt of Karnataka permanent jayanagar main, jayanagar 2nd block , Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560011
90 Govt of Karnataka permanent Jogupalya, Jugu palya BBMP Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, H A L Ii Stage, Karnataka - 560008
91 Govt of Karnataka permanent JP NAGAR BBMP, J P NAGAR 2ND PHASE BBMP, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, J P Nagar, Karnataka - 560078
92 Govt of Karnataka permanent JPN Ward Office, J P Nagar B B M P Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
93 Govt of Karnataka permanent K Anjali, Ward No-121 BBMP Office 4th Cross Magadi Road, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560023
94 Govt of Karnataka permanent K R PURAM, K R PURAM B B M P, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Krishnarajapuram, Karnataka - 560036
95 Govt of Karnataka permanent Karivobanahalli BBMP Ward No 40, Karivobanahlli B B M P Ward No40, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Kariobanahalli, Karnataka - 560073
39 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent KARNATAKA GRAMEENA BANK, MIRZA ROAD ANEKAL, Bengaluru, Anekal, Anekal, Karnataka - 562106
40 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent KARNATAKA GRAMIN BANK YELAHANKA, NO 1, 1st Main KHB Colony Gandhinagar B.B ROAD, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Yelahanka Old Town, Karnataka - 560064
41 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent Karnataka Gramina Bank, Near New bus stand, Giriyamma Circle, Devanahalli town, Bangalore Rural, Devanahalli, Devanahalli, Karnataka - 562110
42 Karur Vysya Bank permanent KARUR VYSYA BANK, JAY BHEEM NAGAR, BTM LAYOUT pundalik 8951236871, Bengaluru, Anekal, Madivala, Karnataka - 560068
43 Karur Vysya Bank permanent KarurVysya Bank, NO.196.S V Chambers,Varthue Main Road,Thubarahalli,White Filed,Bangalore,Karnataka,, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Thubarahalli, Karnataka - 560066
96 Govt of Karnataka permanent kavalbyrasandra, bangalore center kavalbyrasandra, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Kavalbyrasandra, Karnataka - 560032
97 Govt of Karnataka permanent Kaveripura, Kaveripura Ward Office , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Kamakshipalya, Karnataka - 560079
98 Govt of Karnataka permanent kavita d, bbmp building banson town iti layout, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560046
99 Govt of Karnataka permanent kengeri, kengeri BBMP ward office, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560060
100 Govt of Karnataka permanent Kg Halli, No 65 Kg Halli Quatras Anganwaadi, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
44 KotakMahindra Bank permanent KKBK0000433Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Ground Floor Santosh Tower 15th Croos Road 4th Phase J P Nagar Bengalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, J P Nagar, Karnataka - 560078
45 KotakMahindra Bank permanent KKBK0008065 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd., Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Gr Floor 01-03 & 04 City Mansion 54 Langford Road Bangalore-560027, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
101 Govt of Karnataka permanent Kodigehalli, BBMP Word No 8 Defenc colony kodigehlli bangalore 92, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560092
102 Govt of Karnataka permanent Kodigehalli, Kodigehalli BBMP Office Ward No-08, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560097
103 Govt of Karnataka permanent KOGILU, KOGILU BBMP OFFICE YELAHANKA OLD TOWN, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560064
104 Govt of Karnataka permanent Konanakunte, Bangalore One, Mini Konanankunte, BBMP Konanakunte Park, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560062
8 Indiapost permanent KORAMANGALA VI BLOCK POST OFFICE, NEXT TO PMS SCHOOL,KORAMANGAL VI BLOCK,BENGALORE-560095, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Koramangala Vi Block, Karnataka - 560095
46 Canara Bank_New_657 permanent kormangala canara bank, kormangala layout branch 348,100 ft road 4th block, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Koramangala, Karnataka - 560034
105 Govt of Karnataka permanent krm, Austin Town, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Viveknagar, Karnataka - 560047
106 Govt of Karnataka permanent Kushal Nagar , Round table urdu govt school bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
107 Govt of Karnataka permanent Laggere, BBMP Laggere , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Laggere, Karnataka - 560058
108 Govt of Karnataka permanent Lakkasandra, Lakkasandra Bbmp, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Adugodi, Karnataka - 560030
109 Govt of Karnataka permanent M E I Layout, MEI Layout ground BBMP Office Bagalagunte, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bagalgunte, Karnataka - 560073
110 Govt of Karnataka permanent M S Palya BBMP Office, M S Palya, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560097
111 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent madhure, madhure Nadakacheri, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Madhure, Karnataka - 561203
9 Indiapost permanent MADIWALA POST OFFICE, BEHIND AYYAPPA SWAMY TEMPLE, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560068
47 Corporation Bank permanent madiwala, S v R prevlege HOSUR ROAD Madiwala Bangalore 560068, Bengaluru, Anekal, Madivala, Karnataka - 560068
112 Govt of Karnataka permanent Mahadevapura, Bangalore One Bbmp Complex, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560048
113 Govt of Karnataka permanent mahalakshmi layout, mahalakshmi layout ward office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560086
114 Govt of Karnataka permanent mahalakshmipuram, nagapura bangalore one, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560086
115 Govt of Karnataka permanent malleshwaram, 18th cross bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Malleswaram, Karnataka - 560003
10 Indiapost permanent MARATHAHALLI COLONY POST OFFICE, BOREWELL STOP, HAL COMPLEX, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Marathahalli Colony, Karnataka - 560037
116 Govt of Karnataka permanent Marenahalli , Marenahalli , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Marenahalli, Karnataka - 560040
117 Govt of Karnataka permanent mathikere Mini Center, No 8 4th Cros Road Nethaji Cricle Mathikere, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560054
118 Govt of Karnataka permanent mkc, kacharakanahalli bangalore-560084, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560084
119 Govt of Karnataka permanent MLD, Lakshmidevinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560096
120 Govt of Karnataka permanent MNR, N R COLONY, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Tyagrajnagar, Karnataka - 560070
121 Govt of Karnataka permanent moodalapalya, moodalapalya mini center, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560072
122 Govt of Karnataka permanent MSM B 1 , Subramanya Nagar B 1 Near B B M P Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560021
123 Govt of Karnataka permanent MVV, VV Puram, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004
124 Govt of Karnataka permanent Nagarabhavi, Bangalore center Nagarabhavi, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560072
125 Govt of Karnataka permanent Nagarabhavi, Bangalore One Nagarabhavi BDA Complex, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560072
126 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent Narasimhaiah, Doddaballapur kasaba, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
127 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent Nelamangala Taluk office, Taluk office Nelamangala, Bangalore Rural, Nelamangala, Nelamangala, Karnataka - 562123
128 Govt of Karnataka permanent New BTM Layout, New BTM Layout 12th Cross B One Nar GOVT Hospital, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560076
129 Govt of Karnataka permanent P and T Colony, No 55 1st Main P and T Colony, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
130 Govt of Karnataka permanent Parangipalya, 24th Main 1st Sector Parangipalaya, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Parangipalya, Karnataka - 560102
131 Govt of Karnataka permanent pargipalaya, pargipalaya, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Parangipalya, Karnataka - 560102
48 Punjab & Sind Bank_New_660 permanent psb, attibele, Bengaluru, Anekal, Attibele, Karnataka - 562107
132 Govt of Karnataka permanent Pulakeshi Nagar , Pulakeshi Nagar B B M P wARD oFFICE, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560005
49 Punjab National Bank_NEW_653 permanent PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK, PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK SULIBELE MAIN ROAD, Bangalore Rural, Devanahalli, Devanahalli, Karnataka - 562110
133 Govt of Karnataka permanent R T Nagar Main Center, R T Nagar Main Center, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560032
134 Govt of Karnataka permanent Rajajinagar Main, RTO Complex Bangalore One 1st Floor Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560010
135 Govt of Karnataka permanent Rajajinagar, ward 98 B B MP Prakash Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Prakashnagar, Karnataka - 560021
136 Govt of Karnataka permanent RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR, RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Karnataka - 560098
137 Govt of Karnataka permanent Rajgopal Nagar, Rajgopal Nagar BBMP Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560058
50 RBL Bank Limited permanent RATN0000101, D CROSS DODBALLAPUR, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
138 Govt of Karnataka permanent RBI LAYOUT, RBI LAYOUT 7TH PHASE BANGALORE, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
51 RBL Bank Limited permanent RBL Bank, Doddaballapur, Bangalore Rural, Dod Ballapur, Dod Ballapur, Karnataka - 561203
139 Govt of Karnataka permanent Rural dc office, Vishwanathapura Police Station Opp Bengalore Rural D C Office, Bangalore Rural, Devanahalli, Beerasandra, Karnataka - 562110
140 Govt of Karnataka permanent S R Nagar, Sampangi Ram Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
11 Indiapost permanent Sadashivanagar Sub Post Office, Sadashivanagar Post Office Bengaluru, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560080
141 Govt of Karnataka permanent Sadashivanagar, Janatha Bazar Sadashivanagar Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560080
142 Govt of Karnataka permanent Saneguruvanahalli basveshwarnagar, Anganavadi Bulding Near Anjaneya Temple Saneguruvanahalli Basaveshwaranagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Basaveshwaranagar, Karnataka - 560079
143 Govt of Karnataka permanent Sarvagna Nagar, sarvagna nagar bbmp , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560005
52 STATE BANK OF INDIA_New_654 permanent SBI ANEKAL, ANEKAL, Bengaluru, Anekal, Anekal, Karnataka - 562106
53 STATE BANK OF INDIA_New_654 permanent SBI BANK, SBI BANK,SARJAPURA BRANCH, Bengaluru, Anekal, Sarjapura, Karnataka - 562125
54 STATE BANK OF INDIA_New_654 permanent SBI HESARAGHATTA MAIN ROAD,, SBI HESARAGHATTA MAIN ROAD CHIKKASANDRA, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560057
55 STATE BANK OF INDIA_New_654 permanent SBIN0007117, SBI 1ST PHASE JP NAGAR, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560078
144 Govt of Karnataka camp-mode Shanthinagar, shanthinagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560027
145 Govt of Karnataka permanent Shettihalli, Shettihalli BBMP office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Shethihalli, Karnataka - 560015
146 Govt of Karnataka permanent Singasandra, Ward 191 Near BBMP Office Singasandra, Bengaluru, Anekal, Singasandra, Karnataka - 560068
147 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent sompura, Sompura Nadakacheri, Bangalore Rural, Nelamangala, Kengalkempohalli, Karnataka - 562111
56 South Indian Bank permanent South Indian Bank, Brigade Road Branch Bangalore , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560025
148 Govt of Karnataka permanent Sri Ramamandira, BBMP Sri ramamandira Ward, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560010
149 Govt of Karnataka permanent Sriramamandira , BBMP Ramamandira Word Office , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560010
150 Govt of Karnataka permanent Srirampuram, Ward no 97, Behind Srirampuram Police Station, Srirampuram, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560021
57 STATE BANK OF INDIA_New_654 permanent STATE BANK OF INDIA, Srinidhi Paradise Arekere, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560076
151 Govt of Karnataka permanent Subhash Nagar, Ward No 95, 5th Main, Opp BBMP School, Subhash Nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560021
58 Canara Bank II permanent SULTHAN PALYA, NO.1, 1ST MAN 1ST CROSS ATMANANDA COLONY SULTANPALYA BENGALURU, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560032
59 Canara Bank II permanent SYNDICATE BANK, 50/3 1ST FLOOR,8TH CROSS, MAGADI MAIN ROAD, K.P AGRAHARA, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, K P Agrahara, Karnataka - 560023
60 Canara Bank II permanent SYNDICATE BANK, NO.728/A, Laxmi Complex, Sarjapura Road, Bengaluru, Anekal, Attibele, Karnataka - 562107
152 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent Taluk Office Hoskote, Taluk office hosakote, Bangalore Rural, Hosakote, Hosakote, Karnataka - 562114
153 Govt of Karnataka permanent Tannery Road, Bangalore one, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
154 Govt of Karnataka permanent TANNRY ROAD, SAGAYAPURAM B B M P , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560045
155 Govt of Karnataka permanent Thanisandra, bbmp, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Dr. Shivarama Karanth Nagar, Karnataka - 560077
156 Govt of Karnataka permanent Thippasandra Mini Center, BBMP Ward Office Near Water Tank Jeevan Bhima Nagar Main Road HAL 3rd Stage Puttappa Layout , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560075
157 Govt of Karnataka permanent Thygarajanagara , Thygarajanagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Banashankari II Stage, Karnataka - 560070
61 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent Ujjivan Small Finance Bank, No-428 6th Block 80 Feet Road Koramangala Bangalore-560095, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560095
62 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent Ujjivan Small Finance Bank, No.307, 7th Block, 100 Feet Road, BSK 3rd Stage, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560061
63 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent Ujjivan Small Finance Bank, No: 2, MIG, UMA RISE, Ground Floor, 1st A ,MAIN ROAD,1st Stage, OPP.GIRIAS SHOW ROOM 'YELAHANKA NEW TOWN ,Karnataka ,560064, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560064
64 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent ujjivan small finance bank, Shree Balaji Complex # 92 Ground Floor 80ft Road Beside HP Petrol Bunk Chandra layout, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560040
65 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent Ujjivan Small Finance Bank, Ujjivan Small Finance Bank ,Ground Floor, Site # 4/1 , Pattandur Agrahara, ' Whitefild Main Road ,Karnataka ,560066, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560066
66 Ujjivan Small Finance Bank permanent Ujjivan Small Finance, No 1658 Jeevan Bheema Nagar HAL 3rd Stage Bangalore-560075, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560075
158 Govt of Karnataka permanent Ulsoor Mini , Bangalore One, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560042
67 Union Bank Of India_New_656 permanent UNION BANK OF INDIA, UNION ANK OF INDIA OPPOSITE SAPTHAGERI HOSPITAL GELERAYA BALAGA CHIKKABANAVARA, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Chikkabanavara, Karnataka - 560090
159 Govt of Karnataka permanent urdu school, h b r layout , Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Banaswadi, Karnataka - 560043
160 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent Uttarahalli Nadakacheri, Near Banashankari Temple Behind Zilla Panchayat deputy Tasildar Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Banashankari II Stage, Karnataka - 560070
161 Govt of Karnataka permanent Varthur Mini Centre, Bangalore One Centre Gunjur Opp Govt High School Beside Bata Showroom Bangalore 560087, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Gunjur, Karnataka - 560087
162 Govt of Karnataka permanent varthur Ward Office, varthur Ward Office, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Vartur, Karnataka - 560087
68 Bank of Baroda_3 permanent vijaya bank-1548, keb oppsite vijayapura,devanahalli taluku, Bangalore Rural, Hosakote, Vijayapura, Karnataka - 562135
163 Govt of Karnataka permanent Vijayanagar Pipe Line, Vijayanagarv Pipe Line, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Magadi Road, Karnataka - 560023
164 Govt of Karnataka permanent vijayanagara pipeline, vijayanagara pipeline banglore one, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560023
165 Atalji Janasnehi Directorate, Government of Karnataka permanent vijaykumar dn, kundana devanahalli taluk, Bangalore Rural, Devanahalli, Kundana, Karnataka - 562110
166 Govt of Karnataka permanent ward office, jayanagar 5th block shakambari nagar, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560041
12 Indiapost permanent whitefield post office, borewell road, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Whitefield, Karnataka - 560066
167 Govt of Karnataka permanent word office, moodalapalya, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560072
168 Govt of Karnataka permanent yaseen nagar, bbmp building kammanahalli, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Kacharakanahalli, Karnataka - 560084
169 Govt of Karnataka permanent Yashwanthapura , Yashwanthapura RTO Bangalore One, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560022
170 Govt of Karnataka permanent Yelahanka Main Center, 8th B cross Road old rto complex 1st floor vijay bank opposite bangalore one Yelahanka New town, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Yelahanka New Town, Karnataka - 560064
171 Govt of Karnataka permanent yelahanka satelilte town , yelahanka satellite town ward office, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore North, Karnataka - 560064
69 YES Bank Limited permanent YES BANK, Unit No S/25A ITPL Concourse Bangalore, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, I T P L Area, Karnataka - 560066
70 Bank of India_New_649 permanent `Bank Of India, Cantonment Branch 49 st Marks Road Bangalore-560001, Bengaluru, Bangalore North, Bangalore G P O, Karnataka - 560001
172 UID ASK permanent ``AADHAAR SEVA KENDRA, PATALAMMA ROAD NEAR SOUTH END CIRCLE PAI VISTA CONVENTION HALL, Bengaluru, Bangalore South, Bangalore South, Karnataka - 560004

Registrars

Registrars is an entity who is authorized or recognized by the UIDAI for the purpose of enrolling individuals to get their Aadhar Card.

They act as partners to UIDAI vide a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). They are responsible for abiding by the roles and responsibilities assigned to them. They are mainly the various state governments, central ministries, banks and public sector organizations who have signed an MoU with the UIDAI to enrol residents.

Registrar is mainly an entity which is authorized or recognized by the authority for the purpose of enrolling the individual for UID numbers. These registrars are departments or agencies of the State Government/Union Territory, other agencies and organization, public sector undertakings and so on who interact with the residents, during the normal course of implementation of some of their programs, activities or operations.

Examples of Registrars include insurance companies such as Life Insurance Corporation of India, Nationalized Banks in India, India Post Office, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department or Rural Development Department and so on.

How to be a Registrar?

The UIDAI has engaged the State governments, Central ministries and financial institutions to act as a registrar. It has entered into MoU’s with each of the registrar wherein their roles and responsibilities will be defined and it has to be abided accordingly. The signed MoU will allow the registrar to start the enrollment of the resident Indians either on their own or with the help of enrollment agencies.

State and Non – State Registrars

Those agencies which are working for the State Government or Union Territory as Registrar for UIDAI are State Registrars. All the banks and public sector undertakings who sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) act as Non-State Registrars.

Roles and Responsibility of Registrar

  • Registrars partner with UIDAI and leverage the ecosystem which is pre-defined by the UIDAI and help in implementing the enrollment process.
  • They only use the software which is provided by the UIDAI for the purpose of enrollment.
  • All the equipment such as a computer, scanning devices, printer, biometric devices shall be used as per the specification prescribed by the authority from time to time.
  • Biometric devices which are used for the enrollment purpose should meet the specifications as prescribed by the UIDAI, as well as it should be certified as per the process prescribed by the authority.
  • Engage enrollment agencies for the enrollment of residents by conducting proper training of the agencies and monitoring them regularly.
  • Ensuring that the standard laid out by the UIDAI is followed in terms of devices, technology and processes including that of enrollment, building, authentication and so on.
  • Registrars should carry out the enrollment of residents by themselves or via enrollment agencies contracted by them.
  • Registrars will have an option to contract with empanelled enrollment agencies or any other agencies which are found suitable by them following their own system of contracting those agencies.
  • Registrars should ensure that all the enrollment packets have been transferred to CIDR within a specified period of time using only the secured FTP channel.
  • They should also ensure relevant security protection for data which is collected during the process and retain safe copies of supporting documents and provide access to UIDAI as and when required for.
  • Registrars should partner with Civil Society Organizations and other outreach groups to maximize the enrollment of marginalized residents.

What is UIDAI:

  • The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is a government agency in New Delhi that serves as the issuing authority for Unique Identification Numbers (UID) and Aadhaar cards. The agency has been mandated by the government to develop, identify and set up the infrastructure necessary for the issuance of Aadhaar cards. The (UIDAI) is a statutory authority established under the provisions of the Aadhaar Law (Targeted Delivery of Subsidies, Benefits and Financial and Other Services) of 2016 (Aadhaar Law 2016) on July 12, 2016, by the government of India, under the supervision of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The Aadhaar Act 2016 was amended by the Aadhaar and Other Laws (Amendment), 2019 (14 of 2019) w.e.f. 25/07/2019. The UIDAI was established for the purpose of issuing unique identification numbers (UIDs), called "Aadhaar", to all residents of India.
  • The UID had to be 1. Robust enough to eliminate duplicates and false identities,
                                   2. Verifiable and authenticated simply and economically.
  • The first UID number was issued on September 29, 2010, to a resident of Nandurbar, Maharashtra. The Authority has issued over 126 crores of Aadhaar to residents of India.
  • Under the Aadhaar Law of 2016, Unique Identification Authority of India is responsible for Aadhaar registration and authentication, including the operation and management of all stages of the Aadhaar life cycle, policy development, procedure and system for issuing Aadhaar numbers for individuals and authentication and security of identity information and individual authentication records.

Vision of UIDAI

The Vision of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is to empower the residents of India with a unique identity and a digital platform to authenticate anytime, anywhere.

Mission of UIDAI

The following is the Mission Statement of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI):

  • To develop policy, procedure and system for the issue of Aadhaar number to the residents of India, who request for the same by submitting their demographic and biometric details during the process of enrollment.
  • To develop policy, procedure and systems for Aadhar holders for authenticating and updating their digital identity.
  • To provide for good governance, transparent, efficient and targeted delivery of benefits, subsidies and services, the expenditure for the same is incurred from the Consolidated Fund of India to residents of the country through assigning of unique identity numbers.
  • To ensure compliance of Aadhaar Act by all the individual and agencies in true spirit and letter.
  • The ensure confidentiality and security of the identity information and authentication of individuals records.
  • To build a long term sustainable organization and to carry forward the vision and the values of the UIDAI.
  • Ensuring scalability, availability and resilience of the technology infrastructure.
  • To make regulations and rules which are consistent with the Aadhaar Act, for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of the Aadhaar Act.

Where to Enroll for Aadhaar Card in Bangalore?

Bangalore is one of the Tier – I city and is popularly known as an IT hub of India. The population of the city is dwindling at a rapid pace thanks to the growth and development of IT and BT companies. With such a big population in the city, the UIDAI has set up many enrollment centres in the city both in the rural and urban Bangalore.

To know more details about the enrollment centres one can visit the official site of UIDAI to know the exact location of Bangalore Aadhaar Card Centres which are spread across the length and breadth of the garden city.

The Bangalore Aadhar Card Centres not only provide enrollment services but one can visit any of the centres along with the acknowledgement slip within a time frame of 96 hours if the data needs any correction post enrollment. One can also update the details in their respective aadhaar card by visiting any of the aadhaar enrollment centres located in Bangalore.

The UIDAI has opened enrollment centres in a large number of banks and post office branches which acts as permanent centres and provides aadhaar related services free of cost. The UIDAI has also set up many temporary enrollment centres in the city.

Updating Data At Aadhar Card Centre in Bangalore

An individuals data pertaining to name, date of birth, bar code, residential address, mobile number and biometric data will be included in the Aadhar Card as the card serves as both the identity card and proof of address. The aadhar is a unique one-time government-issued identity card which is assigned to all the Indian residents. It is a 12 digit random number which mainly records the individual’s demographic as well as biometric data. Applying for the aadhar is voluntary and free of cost at any of the aadhaar card centres in Bangalore.

Registered Mobile Number

The registered mobile number of the individual is essential to access Aadhaar Online Services. One can verify their mobile number which has been submitted at the time of enrollment of aadhar or during the latest aadhaar detail update.

Verifying the Mobile Number

If you have not registered your mobile number at the time of enrollment of aadhar, then you will have to visit one of the Permanent Enrollment Centre to get it registered.

Aadhar is required for securing various government-run schemes like subsidy benefits, social benefits, healthcare, government and non-government services, scholarships, education, pension schemes, insurance schemes, LPG subsidy benefits, employment, banking services, taxation services and so on. The use of aadhar in a wide array of services ensures that the Aadhaar date of the resident which is stored in the CIDR is up to date and authentic.

Procedure to get Duplicate e-Aadhaar Card via Online

If any applicant of aadhar card does not have the acknowledgement slip, he/she can find the respective enrollment number by visiting the UIDAI website. The respective Aadhaar number can be retrieved by visiting the Aadhar Enrollment Centre also. One can get a duplicate aadhar card copy in case of loss or misplacement of aadhar card if you are unaware of the aadhaar number or enrollment ID.

Follow the below-mentioned steps to get duplicate e-Aadhaar Card:

Step 1: Visit the official web portal of UIDAI
Step 2: Opt either “Aadhaar No (UID)” or “Enrollment No (EID)” option
Step 3: Input all the necessary information like name, email address, registered mobile number along with UID.
Step 4: Enter the security code as displayed on the screen and click on the option “Get OTP” button.
Step 5: An OTP will be sent to the person’s registered mobile number or e-mail address.
Step 6: Enter the OTP which you receive on your mobile number and click on the “Verify OTP” button.
Step 7: You will receive a message on your mobile number which will show your Aadhaar number or enrollment number.
Step 8: After getting the Aadhaar number or enrollment ID, the user can visit the UIDAI web portal.
Step 9: Proceeding further you will be asked to select your Aadhaar Number (UID) or Enrollment ID (EID)
Step 10: Enter your Aadhaar number or Enrollment ID, your full name, pin code, security text as shown in the tab and mobile number.
Step 11: An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number.
Step 12: Enter the OTP details which you receive on your registered mobile number in the “Enter OTP” tab and click on “Validate and Generate” option
Step 13: Your Aadhaar Card will be generated as a PDF file.

Aadhaar Enrolment Process via Online:

The 12-digit Aadhaar card number is an important document issued by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). All monetary benefits from government schemes, pension benefits, LPG subsidy are transferred to individuals' linked Aadhaar bank accounts.

If you are still one of those who has not applied for the Aadhaar card, now is the time to do so. Requesting Aadhaar is not a big task. to register your Aadhaar card, You must visit any Aadhaar enrollment centre in Bangalore, Which is nearby you. To further assist you, we have created a step-by-step guide that you can follow to get your Aadhaar registration.

 
Follow the step-by-step guide below to sign up for the Aadhaar number:

 
1) First, locate an Aadhaar enrollment centre near your area from UIDAI website

2) Once you're done with the centre, visit the Aadhaar enrollment centre or book an appointment online. Online appointment saves a lot of time as you don't have to wait in line anymore. You can book your appointment online at the UID official website.

3) Keep supporting documents on hand such as proof of identity and proof of residence, for example, voter identification card, ration card, PAN card, etc.

4) Get an application form and fill in all the required details. Once you submit the application form and other supporting documents at the enrollment centre, the officer present at the centre will take your biometric details. This will include a fingerprint print of both hands, your iris, and your photo.

5) After verifying all biometric documents and data, you will receive a receipt confirming your enrollment with a 14-digit enrollment number to help you keep track of the status of your application.

6) You can use the emulation number and time provided on the confirmation receipt to keep track of your Aadhaar card.

Aadhaar Enrolment Process via Offline

Follow the below given offline process to complete your Aadhaar Enrolment process.

  • Visit your nearest Aadhaar Enrolment Centre in Bangalore and fill out the Aadhaar Enrolment form with all the required details. 
  • Now attach all the required documents with the form and submit it with proper verification.
  • Now complete the biometric process and iris scan for verification.
  • Once complete you will get an acknowledgment number indicating your enrolment number by which you can track your Aadhaar Status. 

Aadhaar Seva Kendra

The UIDAI has started the first Aadhaar Seva Kendra in Delhi and Vijayawada. It plans to set up 114 such centres across India by the year-end. These Aadhaar Seva Kendras are meant to facilitate enrollment, updation and other activities related to Aadhaar Card. These centres will be owned by UIDAI and will operate in addition to the existing enrollment centres which are currently operational at various banks, government offices and post offices across the country.

The UIDAI is setting up Aadhaar Seva Kendras (ASKs) in line with the concept of Passport Seva Kendras and intends to cover over 53 cities across India with an estimated project cost ranging between Rs 300 – Rs 400 crore.

At the moment, the new centres are functioning on a pilot basis. The Delhi centre is located at Akshardham Metro Station premises and can handle close to 1000 enrollment or updation requests per day. It has 16 work stations and will be operational in six days in a week which also includes weekends. The Aadhar Seva Kendra in Delhi will remain closed on Tuesday and public holidays only. It will remain open between 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.

The other one located in Vijayawada is half of that of the Delhi centre. It is located in the Labbipet area opposite to the municipal water tank. The centre can handle up to 500 requests per day and is operational on all the 7 days in a week between 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.

The main advantage of an Aadhar Seva Kendra is the model comes up with an online appointment management system which allows individuals to book a slot as per their convenience.

 Aadhaar Enabled Payment System:

It is a must to have an AADHAR card to avail various services. There are many Aadhar Card centres in Bangalore, which individuals can approach to get their card done. One of the important features of the card is the Aadhaar Enabled Payment System:

  • The Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS) is one type of payment system based on the unique identification number(UIN) that allows Aadhaar cardholders to transparently carry out financial transactions easily via Aadhaar-based authentication.
  • UIDAI has partnered with various stakeholders such as the Reserve Bank of India and the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to develop a platform.
  • The AEPS is nothing other than an Aadhaar compatible payment system through which you can transfer funds, make payments, deposit money, make withdrawals, request information on the bank balance, etc.
  • AEPS allows customers to make payments using their Aadhaar number and providing Aadhaar verification at point of sale (PoS) or micro-ATMs. 
  • It is a simple, secure and user-friendly platform for financial transactions. This is another fecility started by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to encourage cashless transactions in India. Customers can perform all transactions via a commercial correspondent (BC) or a bank agent via an ATM micro.

What are the common problems with the Aadhaar card:

Although the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has made considerable efforts to provide the best Aadhaar services to Indian residents, for this, UIDAI has established many Aadhaar registration centres in Bangalore. There are times when people are always faced with grievances from time to time. From the registration process to receiving receipts or updating erroneous information, individuals are always faced with multiple problems.

To overcome all of these problems, the UIDAI has put in place a grievance system to deal with concerns or problems that residents may get solution for everything related to Aadhaar. A contact centre has been set up by UIDAI through which residents can get in touch with the organization.

Complaints and grievances can be addressed to the authorities by the following means:

  1. Telephone support number: 1800-300-1947
  2. Email ID: help@uidai.gov.in.

Any problem or grievance requiring the participation of a registration agency will be sent via a web portal to the node agent appointed by the registrar.

Common problems and their solutions of Aadhaar card:

While there are many grievances regarding the Aadhaar card, the most common ones that Indian residents face are listed below with their solutions:

1. What to do when the UIDAI rejects a resident and he/she does not receive an Aadhaar card?

If this problem occurs, the valid reasons for rejection of a resident are communicated to him with the registrar. Any action taken after a rejection will also be communicated to both parties.

2. What to do when a resident misplaces or loses his Aadhaar card?

If a resident misplaces or loses their Aadhaar card or does not have their Aadhaar number, they can then contact the Contact Center concerned by telephone, letter or e-mail. The resident can do this using their registration number and a request can be sent to the centre to send another Aadhaar card.

However, fees may be charged to benefit from this service. If Aadhaar is used by the resident to use some kind of service, then the resident can acquire the Aadhaar number by contacting the agency that offered the service.

3. What if the Aadhaar card does not reach the intended resident or if the delivery has failed?

If the aadhaar card is not issued to the person concerned, he/she must contact the UIDAI contact centre and provide them with their registration number. Alternatively, a resident can connect to the official UIDAI website and check the status of their Aadhaar request by filling in the required information on the site.

4. What if the Aadhaar card contains spelling mistakes or other demographic errors?

At the time of registration, the resident must enter the correct data. Since the resident can see the data entry, he/she is required to double-check that there are no errors or mistakes before submitting the information.

However, if the information provided still contains errors, the resident has another opportunity to correct the errors before sending them for finalization. If the errors are not identified and corrected, the registration confirmation letter will be printed in accordance with the information submitted.

Even if errors are not identified and corrected after this step, the resident may be required to go to the registration centre in order to make a demographic correction. This must be done within 2 days of registration. In addition, the resident must present all documents relevant to the corrections and the registration form at the centre.

5. What if the names in Aadhaar and PAN are different? Do they create a problem when linking?

To link Aadhaar and PAN, a person's demographic information (date of birth, gender, name, etc.) must match. Even a minor lag can cause a problem when linking. The process will fail and there will be a prompt to change the name in the database. This is another separate procedure, which involved administrative formalities.

If everything is correct, a one-time password (OTP) is sent to the registered mobile number to ensure that the gender and date of birth in Aadhaar and PAN are the same.

6. Can the UIDAI website / aadhaar online services be accessible outside of India?

The official UIDAI government website is accessible despite the location. There are no restrictions on them. But there are a few web portals available depending on geographic policies. Therefore, these features cannot be accessed outside of India. These include Aadhaar link status, SSUP (self-service update portal), resident portal, e-Aadhaar, etc.

7. Usually, a child receives his blue Aadhaar. Is it valid?

Yes, it is a valid aadhaar card. According to the latest policies of Aadhaar, the UIDAI gives blue Aadhaar to children between 0 and 5 years old. After the age of 5, the blue Aadhaar issued becomes invalid. Consequently, the child must have his biometric and demographic information updated at the nearest Aadhaar enrollment centre with the same aadhaar number. If this is not done in time, the aadhar becomes invalid.

8. If an aadhaar has been updated recently and says manual check, what does this mean?

Indeed, the aadhaar is updated in the system and it takes at least 90 days. However, if the status remains the same even after 90 days, you can contact the authorities by dialling the toll-free number - 1947 or email them at help@uidai.gov.in for assistance.

9. How long does it take for aadhaars to arrive after a new request?

If the aadhaar is generated from the initial registration, note that each subsequent attempt will be rejected. Therefore, there is no point in reapplying. Instead, the aadhaar can be retrieved via the following:

  • Dial the toll-free number - 1947
  • Visit any aadhaar enrollment centre
  • Visit the official UIDAI website

10. What if someone misplaces their Aadhaar number?

A resident can search for his aadhaar number via his aadhaar online service

A resident can also call the toll-free number - 1947 and get help from an agent to retrieve their EID (Registration ID). The resident can use it more to download the e-aadhaar via the official portal.

 

Aadhaar KYC(Know Your Customer):

Aadhaar KYC(Know Your Customer) is an online service that allows service providers to instantly access the necessary information from the individual. The service is also called E-KYC. In this service, a person can authorize the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to disclose his personal information to specific service providers to benefit from instant access or connection.Those who are having the Aadhaar card they can use this KYC service. In case you are not applied or not received Aadhaar card you must visit any Aadhaar enrollment centre in Bangalore.


This includes different types of service providers such as banks, telecommunications companies, etc. The Aadhaar card is a good way to complete this process because you do not have to provide multiple documents for each type of evidence such as proof of identity, proof of address, etc. The Aadhaar card is a small but effective document for this process. However, verifying Aadhaar details takes some time as you must visit each centre to submit your card and have it verified. In such cases, E-KYC is very useful because institutions and companies do not need you to come and check the details mentioned on the card. Indeed, they access this information directly via UIDAI, which means that it has already been verified. This makes the whole process faster and easier.

linking Aadhaar to a mobile number by using IVR:

The Indian government has helped all telecommunications subscribers to provide a single number to link Aadhaar to the SIM card using interactive voice response (IVR) services. This IVR process supports Multiple languages like English, Hindi and other languages. Based on your locality you can select the language. Once the user calls the IVR and gives their consent for verification with the Aadhaar number, they will then receive the OTP code which, once verified to be correct, the mobile phone number will then be verified and linked to your Aadhaar. All prepaid subscribers, as well as postpaid subscribers, could follow the steps below to link Aadhaar to the phone number.

1. Dial the toll-free number 14546 on your mobile phone.
2. Check if you live in India or if you are an NRI. Press 1 If you are a resident of India to recheck Aadhar.
3. Accept your consent to associate your Aadhaar number with your mobile number.
4.Enter your 12-digit Aadhaar number
5. Press 1 to confirm your Aadhar number
6. Enter the mobile number which is registered with your Aadhar card to receive OTP.
7. Give your consent to allow the telecommunications operator to access your date of birth, name and photo from the UIDAI database
8. Enter the OTP which you received Press 1 to complete the rechecking process.

Aadhaar card for Non-Residential Indians(NRIs):

According to a recent announcement from the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, NRIs can apply for an Aadhaar card without the mandatory waiting period of 182 days by visiting any Aadhaar enrollment centers in Bangalore. Instead, they can request the document at their place of residence and submit the biometric data once they have landed in India. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) also issued a circular stating that NRI, after arriving in India, will have the right to obtain the Aadhaar number. 

Here are the main things to know about the Aadhaar card for NRIs:

1.NRIs with an Indian passport can now request a biometric identity document upon arrival or by making a prior appointment from any Aadhaar enrollment centres. The Government of Indian eliminated the requirement of a mandatory waiting period of 182 days.

2. The UIDAI circular indicates that a valid Indian passport will be accepted as proof of identity, proof of address (PoA) and document of date of birth.

3. If the NRI passport does not have an Indian address, it will be authorized to submit any other PoA document approved by the UIDAI as proof of address. 

4. Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI) CEO said that the systems are being prepared for installation and that the necessary legal measures should be notified soon. We are working to make the appropriate technical changes and we will provide a meeting place where people outside the country can also request a time slot and specify where they would like to go to have their Aadhaar made as soon as they come to India, they can, very conveniently, go and have their Aadhaar done.

The application process to avail aadhaar card for NRI's:

A non-resident Indian who applies for an Aadhar card can visit the UIDAI website and find an approved UIDAI Enrollment centre near them in Bangalore. Once the AAdhaar enrollment centre has been selected, the person can go to the authorized Aadhaar enrollment centre with proof of identity and other supporting documents. Here are the steps that an NRI can observe to benefit from an Aadhaar card at the Aadhar enrollment centre:

Submission of Documents:
The initial step to take advantage of an Aadhaar card is to submit all relevant documents that establish the identity of the non-resident Indian. The documents must provide include a birth certificate, a photo ID and a school certificate. The documents submitted will then be verified by officials to determine whether or not the person is eligible for an Aadhaar card.

Fingerprints scanning:
After an NRI has submitted their documents, he/she will be called for a biometric analysis where his ten fingers will be scanned to establish the unique identity. Biometric scanning is necessary to ensure that the person's identification is unique and accurate, so the person will have to go to the Aadhaar card enrollment centre to complete the process.

Iris Scanning:
The fingerprints will not be the only thing to scan to establish a person's perfect identity. Authorities will also scan his iris to ensure that the identity is never likely to be confused with that of someone else. The scanning of the iris will also take place at the Aadhaar enrollment centre after scanning with the fingerprints.

Capturing Photograph:
Once the scanning procedures are completed, Aadhaar candidates will need to be photographed by the web camera at the enrollment centre. The photograph will then be added to the Aadhaar documents and they will receive the physical copy of the UIDAI Aadhaar card.

It takes approximately 60 to 90 days for authorities to ship the Aadhaar card, but you can track the status of your Aadhaar card online by visiting the UIDAI website with the Enrollment number (EID) mentioned in the acknowledgement of receipt slip.

The time required for the UIDAI card to send the Aadhaar card from an NRI is the same as the time required to issue the Aadhaar card from a resident. By following the simple steps mentioned above, one can benefit from the Aadhaar card with relative ease.

UIDAI also offers residents and non-resident Indians the ability to download the e-Aadhaar card from its website. Digital copy of Aadhar is also accepted for all kinds of services.

 How to make an Aadhar card for children:

The Enrollment process for Aadhaar for children is quite similar to that for adults, except for some minor differences. For children's registration, parents must go to the nearest registration centre and complete the registration form. The Aadhaar card for children will be issued free of charge.

The difference here will be that:

  • No biometric data will be entered for children under 5 years
  • The unique identification(UID) of a child will be issued taking into account the demographic data and photos linked to the parents UID.
  • However, it will be necessary for the child at the age of 5 years and 15 years to update its demographic data - biometry of ten fingers, facial photo and scan of the iris.
  • If parents request an Aadhaar card for their child under 5 years, it is necessary to provide the contact details of the parent or guardian in the enrollment form.

How to apply Aadhaar card for child:

  • Go to the nearest enrollment centre in Bangalore and fill out a registration form.
  • Parents can provide documents and information to prove the relationship with their children.
  • Parents can view the information, make corrections if necessary and submit the form.
  • Get the acknowledgement slip with the enrollment/Unique identification number.

How to Apply for Aadhaar for Children Under 5 years:

Here is how to apply for children's Aadhaar under the age of 5:

  • Visit a nearby Aadhaar enrollment centre. You can also locate a nearby enrollment centre through UIDAI website.
  • Fill in the Aadhaar registration form, also mentioning your Aadhaar number.
  • Note that one of the parents must provide the Aadhaar details for the enrollment of children under 5 years old.
  • They will take your child's photo.
  • The address and other demographic information are entered from the parents' Aadhaar.
  • It is mandatory to provide a birth certificate for children.
  • Fingerprints and iris are not taken for children under 5.
  • The manager of Aadhaar hands over the acknowledgement slip containing the registration number.
  • The registration number can be used to check the status of the Aadhaar application form.
  • You will receive your child's Aadhaar within 90 days trough post or else you can download from UIDAI website through your registered mobile number.
  • In case your mobile number is not registered with Aadhaar card you must visit any Aadhaar enrollment centre in Bangalore. 

How to obtain the Aadhaar card?

Given the importance of Aadhaar and its various advantages, There are a systematic protocol and step-by-step process that must be followed to apply for an Aadhar card.

The applicant is required to provide the necessary information when registering with Aadhar and when this data is verified, the Aadhaar card is issued. You can also check the registration status for Aadhaar online. Let's take a look at the Aadhar card application process step by step:

 Aadhaar Registration Center: Initially, if the person wishes to apply for the Aadhar card, he must check the Aadhaar enrollment centre. He should locate and then go to these Aadhaar Seva Kendras which are authorized by the Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI). The centre can be located online using the UIDAI portal. The individual is then expected to carry his proof of identity and proof of address where he resides during his visit to the authorized centre.

Filling in the application form: In the Aadhaar enrollment centre, the Aadhar registration form is available for the enrollment process. The form is free and the person must complete the form in full. This form is also available on the Internet so that the person can also download the form from the Internet and fill it out easily after having printed it. After completing the form, submit it to the nearest Aadhaar enrollment centre.

Photography and biometric data collection: Once the form is submitted, the registration process takes place. In this method, photography, scanning of fingerprints and scanning of the individual's iris are taken. During the registration process, it is of the utmost importance that the person rechecks all the details provided in the form and makes any corrections in the event of an error.

How to fix an appointment in Aadhaar Seva Kendra through online:

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has set many Aadhaar Seva Kendras (ASK) in major cities across the country. These centers will provide Aadhaar related services such as re-registration, address update, name update, date of birth update, etc. Currently, these services are provided by UIDAI in certain banks, post offices and government offices. Currently, according to the UIDAI website, Aadhaar Seva Kendra services have started in major cities like Delhi, Patna, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bhopal. The Unique Identification Authority of India is planning to spread the Aadhaar enrollment centres across the country.

You must make an appointment by choosing a specific date and time. According to a version of UIDAI, these requests can manage many registrations and update requests each day. The UIDAI, through a tweet of November 15, declared that the applications will now be open seven days a week.

Follow these seven steps to make an online appointment to benefit from Aadhaar services:


Step 1: Visit the UIDAI website (https://uidai.gov.in/).

Step 2: Go to the "My Aadhaar" tab. In that, select "Make an appointment" option under the menu.

Step 3: Select "City / Place" under the top of Make an appointment at UIDAI run Aadhaar Seva Kendra section. After that choose "Proceed to book an appointment" option on the screen.

Step4: Once you have selected the city/place, you will be redirected to a new page. You will then need to select from the three Aadhaar service options available on the page. The three options are 'New Aadhaar', 'Aadhaar Update' and 'Manage Appointment'.

Step5: If you have selected the 'Aadhaar Update' option. you need to enter your registered mobile phone number and captcha code.

Step 6: The OTP (one-time-password) generated on your registered mobile number, you will need to verify your request by typing the OTP in the space provided on the web page. You can verify your new mobile phone number in case you request a "new Aadhaar".

Step 7: Once the OTP verification is completed successfully, you will need to complete a detailed online application form. This mainly includes filling in appointment details, personal details, selecting the time range and reviewing all the details.

Step 8: After filling in the appointment details, personal details, you need to select the time slot to book the appointment.

Step 9: Click on "Submit" to finalize the online booking of your appointment.

What are the documents that UIDAI will accept as identity proof while applying for the Aadhaar card:

You can submit any of the supporting documents accepted by UIDAI as proof of identity while availing Aadhaar car

  • Valid Indian Passport.
  • PAN card.
  • Election ID/ Voter ID.
  • PDS Photo Card/Ration Card.
  • Driving Licence.
  • PSU-issued Service Photo ID Card/Government-issued Photo ID Card.
  • Any photo ID Card which is issued by a recognized institute of education.
  • National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme(NREGS) Job Card.
  • Arms License.
  • Photo Credit Card.
  • Bank passbook.
  • Freedom Fighter Photo Card.
  • Pensioner Photo Card.
  • Kissan Photo Passbook.
  • The Post Office Department has issued an address card with the name and the photograph.
  • Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) and Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) Photo Card.
  • Certificate of identity including a photograph issued on a letterhead by a Tehsildar/Gazetted officer.
  • The governments/administrations of the States/Union Territories have issued a medical certificate for the disabled or an identity card for the handicapped.
  • Bhamashah Card.
  • Identity certificate including a photograph issued by a MLA/ MP/ MLC/ municipal councillor on letterhead.
  • Certificate of the head of a recognized educational institution/ director/superintendent/matron.
  • Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana(RSBY) card.
  • Gazette notification in the case of a name change.
  • SC/ST/OBC Certificate including a photograph.
  • Marriage Certificate including a photograph.
  • For rural areas - Identity certificate including a photograph issued by the mukhiya or head of the village panchayat.
  • The Secondary School Leaving Certificate(SSLC) certificate including a photograph.

Why is the government planning to link Aadhaar card with driving licenses?

The government has found many cases where one person has more than one driving license. In accordance with the laws relating to road transport, a person cannot hold several driving licenses. A driving license issued in one state is valid in all other states and Union territories of the country. Thus, a person does not need to have multiple driver's licenses.

To stem this threat, the central government plans to link Aadhaar to driver's licenses. Non-Aadhaar licenses would be deactivated after the deadline. Since only one driving license can be linked to Aadhaar, the issue of duplicate licenses can be easily controlled.

The process has not yet started, but will soon be launched once the Ministry of Road Transport and Motorways has finalized all legal and infrastructural arrangements. If a person has more than one driver's license, they may hand it over to the regional office of the Road Transport Department.

Aadhaar services:

With the Aadhaar initiative of the government of India gaining momentum, the government registered nearly 92% of the total Indian residents for the same. Although managing the whole task was a huge task, UIDAI has developed many Aadhaar card services that people can use to check, verify or manage various facilities which will increase the acceptance and portability of 12-digit biometric proof of identity. All these services are free and accessible to all regardless of region, religion, caste or creed. These services are available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

 

The following Aadhaar card services are provided by UIDAI to all Indian residents:

Verifying the Aadhaar number:

  • The Aadhaar number can be verified if it is an authentic or falsified documentVisit the Aadhaar Verification option in the Aadhaar Services section in UIDAI.
  • Enter the Aadhaar number and security code.
  • Click on the verify button to verify the authenticity of Aadhaar.
  • Verification results show whether the Aadhaar number exists or not.
  • If the Aadhaar number is valid, other details are also displayed such as age group, gender, status and the last 3 digits of the registered mobile number
  • It is not necessary to have a mobile number linked to Aadhaar to benefit from this function.
  • This feature allows ordinary man to check Aadhaar details of anyone
  • This facility can be used by owners when renting houses, hotel owners to check customer details, various educational institutions, etc.
  • There is no limit to the number of Aadhaar details a user can verify.

Mobile number/email Verification by:

  • This function allows you to check whether your mobile number or your e-mail address is mentioned in Aadhaar or not.
  •  Your mobile number must be registered with the UIDAI to benefit from this service.
  •  No one else can do this verification on your behalf.
  •  You can either verify your mobile number or email ID both.
  •  Select the option "Check e-mail / mobile number" in the Aadhaar Services menu.
  •  Enter the 12-digit Aadhaar number without mistake.
  •  Now enter your mobile number or your e-mail identifier.
  •  Enter the security captcha code and click on Generate OTP.
  •  An OTP will be sent to your mobile number which is registered with Aadhaar.
  •  Enter this OTP in the space provided and click on the verify button.
  • The result will be displayed whether or not your mobile number is linked to Aadhaar.
  • Also, if the number is saved, the last 3 digits of the number will be displayed.

Checking the linking status of Aadhaar-Bank account:

  • This function allows you to check the last bank account linked to your Aadhaar.
  • In case you have not linked a bank account to Aadhaar, a message will display indicating the fact.
  • You must associate your mobile number with Aadhaar before taking advantage of this feature.
  • Aadhaar link information is retrieved from the NPCI server.
  • However, no information accessible from NPCI servers is stored by UIDAI.
  • Click on "Check the link status of Aadhaar and bank account" to check the linking status online.
  • Enter your Aadhaar number and security code.
  • Click Send OTP to send an OTP to your registered mobile number.
  • Enter this OTP and click the submit button.
  • The bank account linked to Aadhaar status will be displayed on the screen.

Aadhaar services that individuals can benefit from the SMS:

To benefit from these SMS services, your mobile phone number must be registered with your Aadhaar in the files of the UIDAI. To benefit from a specific service by SMS, you must send SMS in a format specified in 1947.

How to lock the Aadhaar card:

Before locking your Aadhaar number, there is one prerequisite that you must have a virtual ID. If you have not generated the virtual ID, your Aadhaar number will not be locked.

To generate a virtual ID:

  • To generate a virtual id, you must send an SMS to 1947.
  • From your registered mobile number, send an SMS to 1947 in the format: GVID Last four digits of your Aadhaar number
    Once the SMS has been sent, UIDAI will send you an SMS containing your 16-digit virtual id.

The process to lock the Aadhaar card:

You are required to send 2 SMS to avail of this facility:
SMS 1: GETOTPAadhaar-Number-last-4-digits to 1947
SMS 2: LOCKUID Aadhaar-Number- last-4-digitsOTP-6-digits to 1947.

Note:
1. To lock the Aadhaar number, you must pre-generate the VID, otherwise, it cannot be locked.
2. In the case where several Aadhaar numbers are attached to the same mobile phone number, and when the last 4 digits of the Aadhaar number are identical for at least 2 dependents, the second SMS must be sent to 1947 as LOCKUID Aadhaar Number-last- 8 digits OTP-6 digits.
The process remains the same to unlock the Aadhaar number which is mentioned above.

Here are the top 20 Aadhaar related services that you can use on the mAadhaar app:

1. mAadhaar users can download the Aadhaar card in the application itself.
2. Users of the mAadhaar application can order a reprint of Aadhaar.
3. Users of the mAadhaar application can update the address mentioned in their Aadhaar.
4. Users of the mAadhaar application can download eKYC offline.
5. Users of the mAadhaar application display or scan the QR code.
6. Users of the mAadhaar application can check their Aadhaar.
7. Users of the mAadhaar application can check their mail/e-mail.
8. Users of the mAadhaar application can retrieve the unique identity number (UID).
9. Users of the mAadhaar application can also retrieve the registration number (EID).
10. Users of the mAadhaar application can request an address validation letter.
11. Users of the mAadhaar application can check the status of various requests online via "Request Status Services".
12. Users of the mAadhaar application can lock their Aadhaar or biometric authentication via a personalized section called "My Aadhaar". Users of the mAadhaar application can also benefit from the possibility of unlocking their Aadhaar or biometric authentication via "My Aadhaar".
13. The users of the mAadhaar application have an Aadhaar lock function thanks to which they can lock their UID / Aadhaar number at any time.
14. Thanks to the mAadhaar application, Aadhaar cardholders can obtain a unique time-based password which is generated automatically.
15. Users of the mAadhaar application can obtain an updated view of Aadhaar profile data after the update request is completed.
16. Users of the mAadhaar application can share a password-protected eKYC or QR code for paperless verification.
17. Thanks to the mAadhaar application, Aadhaar holders can include up to 3 profiles with the same mobile number registered in the profile
section.
18. Thanks to the mAadhaar application, Aadhaar holders can benefit from Aadhaar's services by SMS.
19. With the mAadhaar app, users can locate the nearest Aadhaar enrollment centre.
20. Aadhaar cardholders can avail avail benefit from the biometric locking system service to lock their biometrics via the mAadhaar application. Aadhaar cardholders can also unlock their biometric data via "Disable the locking system" of the mAadhaar application.

What is Masked Aadhaar:

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issues the Aadhaar Card as proof of unique identity. The Aadhaar card has a verifiable 12-digit identification number and the document itself is widely used and accepted proof of photo identification. Recently, UIDAI has also started to publish the hidden Aadhaar card on its website. The hidden Aadhaar card acts as an additional security measure, in case you do not wish to share your Aadhaar card number by presenting Aadhaar as identification in places such as hotels or airports.

The Masked Aadhaar card means an e-Aadhaar card in which only the last 4 digits of your 12-digit Aadhaar card number are visible. After apprehensions were expressed over alleged leaks of Aadhaar card data, UIDAI began to provide a safer option in the form of a hidden Aadhaar card. The hidden Aadhaar card can be easily downloaded from the UIDAI website after the required authentication.

How to check the Aadhaar card authentication history online:

1. You must visit the UIDAI(Unique Identification Authority of India) official website - https://uidai.gov.in/. Once you are entering into the page, you will find Aadhaar online services, Aadhaar update, Aadhaar services.

2. You must go to the Aadhaar Services section and select Aadhaar Authentication History. Once you have selected Aadhaar Authentication History, you must enter your 12-digit Aadhaar card number. After that, you need to enter the Security captcha code which will be displayed in the page.

3. Once done, you need to click Generate OTP. You will receive an OTP on your contact number which is registered with the UIDAI or linked to your Aadhaar card number.

4. Once you have clicked Generate OTP, a new window will open showing Aadhaar notification setting. You must select the authentication type. You will get all the options, demographic, biometric, OTP, demographic and biometric, biometric and OTP, demographic and OTP.

5. After that, you need to select the date range - From date to To date. Thereafter, you must complete the Number of records. You should know that the maximum allowed limit is 50 records. After that, you need to enter the one-time password you received and click on "Submit".

Finally, after following the process, all details regarding the use of your Aadhaar card details will be displayed in a window.

Aadhaar biometric:

In the past year, the importance of the Aadhaar card has increased considerably. The Government of India has made it compulsory for individuals to link this document to various other documents such as the PAN card, driver's license, etc. It is not only a regular ID card, but it is a unique document as it contains essential information including demographic and biometric details. In between, the latter is much more important as it involves your fingerprints, the details of your eyes (iris) and your photo identity.

Why is biometric data important?

Biometric data is now used for the verification of Aadhaar. For example, if you need a new mobile connection and need a SIM card, you will need to submit your Aadhaar card as proof of identity. For this process, you can use your fingerprints for verification, allowing the mobile operator to obtain the necessary identity information. Biometric data can speed up the identification process. However, this biometric data is yours and can be dangerous in the wrong hands. For this reason, it is important to keep it safe, to avoid misuse.


A recent report claimed that sensitive information such as Aadhaar numbers and other personal details of many people had been leaked through government portals. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), however, clarified that the basic biometric data of Aadhaar cardholders have not yet been the subject of a cyber attack. While this is certainly good news for everyone, it is important that we are aware and proactive when it comes to protecting our personal information.

Fortunately, to avoid misuse of this data, UIDAI has developed a way to lock out biometric information.

The UIDAI has launched another security feature:

To offer more choices to citizens authenticating with Aadhaar, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has introduced facial authentication as well as fingerprints and iris. This measure will be used in Fusion with existing authentication methods such as fingerprints, iris and OTP (one-time-password). Implemented by July this year, facial authentication should also increase security by adding another layer of verification. When registering for Aadhaar, a photo of the resident's face is also captured.

To provide inclusive authentication, the face photo can also be used to verify the identity of the resident an Aadhaar cardholder. The UIDAI added that facial authentication will offer an additional choice for those who have difficulty authenticating their fingerprints/iris. As the face photo is already available in the UIDAI database, there is no need to capture new data.

And since the camera is now ubiquitous on laptops and mobiles, face capture is easily achievable for authentication agencies without the need for additional hardware. Face authentication with alertness detection can be used as an additional factor to increase the security level.

This does not mean that you need to go to an Aadhaar enrollment centre again for authentication of facial recognition details. UIDAI will tap into its database for functionality. In fact, it will work with suppliers of biometric devices to integrate the facial modality into certified registered devices and will also provide an autonomous registered device service as required by the ecosystem.

UIDAI has already added an additional privacy firewall with virtual credentials and a limited KYC. Apart from that, it has implemented a biometric lock as an additional layer of protection against intrusions or external breaches.

What is Aadhaar enrollment process:

To benefit from various Aadhaar related services, you must first visit the UIDAI website. New Aadhaar card applicants, as well as existing cardholders, can make an appointment with an Aadhaar Seva Kendra for the following services:

New Aadhaar enrollment process

  • Name update
  • Address update
  • Mobile number update
  • Updating the email ID
  • Date of birth update
  • Gender update
  • Biometric update (photo + fingerprints + iris)

Follow these seven steps to book an appointment online to benefit from Aadhaar services:
Step 1: Visit the UIDAI Official website (https://uidai.gov.in/). Go to the My Aadhaar tab. In the drop-down menu, click on Make an appointment.

Step 2: Now, under the header Make an appointment at UIDAI run Aadhaar Seva Kendra, select State/City / Place. After that, click on Proceed to make an appointment.

Step 3: Once you have selected the city/location, you will be redirected to a new page. You will then need to select from the Aadhaar service options available on the page. The options are New Aadhaar, Aadhaar Update or Manage Appointment.

Step 4: For example, if you have selected the 'Aadhaar Update' option and entered the registered mobile phone number, captcha code and generated a valid OTP (one-time-password), you will need to verify your request by typing the OTP in the space provided on the web page. You can verify your new mobile phone number in case you request a new Aadhaar.

Step 5: Once the OTP verification is successful, you will need to complete a detailed online form. This mainly includes filling in appointment details, personal details, selecting the time range and reviewing all the details.

Step 6: After filling in the appointment details, personal details, you need to select the time slot (as shown below) to book the appointment.

Step 7: Check the details of your appointment and if you find a discrepancy, you can click on the Previous tab and correct the errors, if the details are correct, then click on Submit button to complete the online booking process of your Aadhaar appointment in ASK.


Charges:

The online appointment booking process is free. However, according to a version of UIDAI, ASKs have a token system where the resident first obtains a token for their work related to Aadhaar, then goes to a verifier for document verification. Once the verification is completed, the resident must go to the cash counter for the payment of Rs 50 (fees for updating Aadhaar, if necessary) and is then assigned a cash counter operator from the operator's in 16 cash counters.

The movement of the tokens is visible via digital display screens for easy management of movements and queues. A resident who has received a token will not have to wait in long queues as they can sit and wait their turn in the waiting area.

Aadhaar enrollment process Online:

The 12-digit Aadhaar card number is an important document issued by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). All monetary benefits from government schemes, pension benefits, LPG subsidy are transferred to individuals' linked Aadhaar bank accounts.

If you are still one of those who has not applied for the Aadhaar card, now is the time to do so. Requesting Aadhaar is not a big task. to register your Aadhaar card, You must visit any Aadhaar enrollment centre in Bangalore, Which is nearby you. To further assist you, we have created a step-by-step guide that you can follow to get your Aadhaar registration.

Follow the step-by-step guide below to sign up for the Aadhaar number:

1) First, locate an Aadhaar enrollment centre near your area from UIDAI website

2) Once you're done with the centre, visit the Aadhaar enrollment centre or book an appointment online. Online appointment saves a lot of time as you don't have to wait in line anymore. You can book your appointment online at the UID official website.

3) Keep supporting documents on hand such as proof of identity and proof of residence, for example, voter identification card, ration card, PAN card, etc.

4) Get an application form and fill in all the required details. Once you submit the application form and other supporting documents at the enrollment centre, the officer present at the centre will take your biometric details. This will include a fingerprint print of both hands, your iris, and your photo.

5) After verifying all biometric documents and data, you will receive a receipt confirming your enrollment with a 14-digit enrollment number to help you keep track of the status of your application.

6) You can use the emulation number and time provided on the confirmation receipt to keep track of your Aadhaar card.

FAQs

Q: I am not able to link my Aadhaar with PAN because of Date of birth mismatch. What should I do?

A: To link Aadhaar with PAN, ideally, your demographic details such as Name, Gender and Date of Birth should match in both the documents. You need to correct your date of birth, either with Aadhaar or with PAN to link both.

Q: I have lost my Enrollment ID slip/ Aadhaar letter, is there any way to find?

A: Yes, you can get your Enrollment ID / Aadhaar letter, from UIDAI website by using your registered mobile number. In case you have not registered your mobile number with Aadhaar you can visit any of the Aadhaar enrollment centres to get Aadhaar letter.

Q: Does the online downloaded Aadhaar letter have the same validity as that of original?

A: Yes, both are same. You can use e-Aadhaar to avail all the services as the original Aadhaar card.

Q: How much time does it take to get my Aadhaar after the enrolment process?

A: If you have completed the enrollment process successfully without any fail it may take up to 90 days for Aadhaar generation from the date of enrollment.

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