Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sonia launches 'Aadhaar Card' 'in Tembli village

Apply Online for Aadhaar Cards in Andhra Pradesh

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has started aadhaar issue smart cards to the people of the state. Now you can apply online for aadh cards through this website.

Aadhaar cards will be considered for publication and implementation of various schemes such as pensions, Arogya Lanka, MGNREGS, LPG connections, refunds of tuition and scholarships. Govt. Housing and subsidized rice systems in PDS. It is estimated that the Government. AP has already enrolled six people in lakhs aadh regime.

Proof for applying to Aadhaar card

These are name, date of birth, sex, address and biometric details of the person as the photo of his face, fingerprints and irises. special centers set up to take biometric data from applicants in all neighborhoods. Applications can be obtained on the dealer ration shops. Application can also be downloaded from www. Applications can be completed online. Full application and a receipt obtained by completing the online application with all required certificates must be presented at the camp near aadhaar registration.

Ration card, passport, PAN card, voter card, driver's license photo card of identity, NREGS job card, card photo identity card issued by a recognized educational institution, ATM Bank Credit card with photo, Kissan book a slideshow, address cards issued by the department of post and proof of residence issued the letter head of a senior officer may be presented as proof of identity to obtain a card aadh.

Details of the applicants are sent to central repository of identity data de-duplication and assign a unique identification number. Then the card is sent to the address on the application.

Aadhaar Card

Aadaar Card
Aadhaar Scale national projects with the aim of building a secure, reliable and centralized repository of personal data and biometric demographic, initiated by the Government of India.Aadhaar program, executed by the unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI). 

The first number aadhaar was launched in Maharashtra in the village of Tembli, the September 29, 2010 by the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, in August presence of Shri Nandan Nilekani and Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia. Aadh be extended to about 600 million citizens over the next 4-5 years.