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UIDAI Gives Permission to CSC for Aadhaar Details Update

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) gave permission to start the Aadhaar Update facility at 20,000 centres functioning as Banking Correspondents (BCs) in a major development Common Service Centers (CSC), an SPV (special purpose vehicle) under the Ministry of IT and Electronics.

Common Service Centre (CSCs) are access points for the provision of vital public utility services, social welfare schemes. Also, healthcare, political, educational and agricultural services. It is apart of the host of B2C services to people in rural and remote areas of the country.

It is a pan-India network that addresses the country’s economic, geographical, linguistic. Also, cultural diversity, facilitating the government’s vision of a society that is economically, financially and digitally inclusive. India’s Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) has set the June deadline for starting work. It is after CSCs with banking facilities to upgrade their infrastructure and obtain other necessary approvals.

Aadhaar Enrollment

Earlier, Aadhaar enrollment was also allowed to be handled by CSC’s. But it stopped in September 2017. It is after the country’s privacy and data protection debates.

In addition to the CSCs, citizens can access Aadhaar-related services in branches of banks. Also, post offices and UIDAI Approved centres located on government premises.

Aadhaar card is compulsory to receive a PAN card for various purposes, such as filing income tax returns. Enjoying the rewards of various government programs is also mandatory. You need to keep it up to date to be able to function as legitimate evidence. You can change the address on your Aadhaar Card offline as well as online.

For this purpose, the Aadhaar cardholder may provide any of the valid address proof documents. It is from the list of 44 documents list on the website of UIDAI. Many of such documents include passport, tenancy agreement, bank statement or passbook. Also, driving licence, telephone bill, energy bill, water bill, voter Identification card, to name a few. Just those people whose mobile numbers register with UIDAI can do so.

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