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Faydabook presents complete guide to

Unique Identification Authority of India

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Introduction to Aadhaar-1
Aadhaar is a 12 digit individual identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India on behalf of the Government of India. All Indian citizens, irrespective of age and gender, can enrol for Aadhaar. Aadhaar serves as a proof of identity and address and also many Public and Private Services will only be provided to Aadhaar Card holders.

Introduction to Aadhaar-2
Aadhaar ID will be used when applying for Ration card, Passport or any ID. It will not replace these ID's.

Aadhaar holder does not need to carry multiple ID and address proof. Instead the Aadhaar card will be sufficient for all needs like opening bank a/c, applying for electricity/ gas/ mobile connection etc.
Most of the underprivileged Indians lack any ID documents. Aadhaar will be their first ID. However,
the urban & rich Indians have their share of benefits also.

Public & Private Services with Aadhaar-1 Aadhaar based payment scheme enables to perform banking transactions like balance enquiry, cash withdrawal, cash deposit and Aadhaar to Aadhaar funds transfer. Pension disbursement to widow, old age, government employee pensioners will be done through Aadhaar.

Government scholarships will be directly credited to beneficiary bank account.

Public & Private Services with Aadhaar-2

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LPG and Kerosene Gas subsidy will be credited to bank account of Aadhaar holders only.

All Central & State Government subsidy and cash schemes will be transferred to bank account of Aadhar holders only

75% Delhiites have already enrolled
Are you left out?
State Delhi Kerala Andhra Pradesh Punjab Total Population 16,753,235 33,387,677 84,665,533 27,704,236 Total Enrollments 12,829,731 22,133,905 52,976,877 12,979,692 Enrolled % 76.58 66.29 62.57 46.85

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Ready reckoner on how to get Aadhaar card-1
The queue of people waiting to lay their hands on the Aadhaar Card is getting longer. No one wants to get stuck due to not having appropriate documents or some unforeseen errors. To simplify, here’s a ready reckoner on how to get the card.
Visit nearest Enrollment Centre

Fill personal details in the form and provide Proof of Identity and Proof of Address

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Ready reckoner on how to get Aadhaar card-2
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Your Photo, Fingerprints, Iris (Eyes) will also be scanned After enrollment, you will get an acknowledgement number

Your details will be verified by UIDAI
After successful verification, Aadhaar Card will be generated and mailed to your address by Indian Post

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FAQ's- Important points to know-1
Example- Can a native of Bihar but residing in Delhi visit the nearest enrollment agency in Delhi? Yes, all formalities will be done in Delhi.

Is Aadhaar enrollment free? Yes, Aadhaar enrollment is absolutely free. No touts are involved.
Can I book online appointment for enrollment? Yes, visit for searching nearest enrollment agency. Visit for online appointment.

FAQ's- Important points to know-2

Which documents are accepted as Proof of Address & Proof of Identity?
18 Proof of Identity and 33 Proof of Address documents are accepted. Common proofs of identity and address are Election ID card, Ration card, Passport and Driving License. For valid list of documents visit

Can I check my Aadhaar status online? Visit
to check Aadhaar status online. Put the 14 digit enrolment id with date stamp printed on the acknowledgement slip. slip.

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Can I download the Aadhaar letter issued to me?
Now you can also download your E-Aadhaar Letter from recently launched E-Aadhaar Portal.

Can I contact the Contact Centre of UIDAI?
You can make queries by quoting the Enrollment number printed in the Acknowledgment form. Voice – 1800-180-1947 Fax – 080-2353 1947 Letters – PO Box 1947, GPO Bangalore - 560001 Email -

Courtesy Unique Identification Authority of India