Instruction manual to fill aadhar card application form in Tamil language – UIDAI guidelines to download the form online before visiting to aadhar center
India is an enormous country. Each state has a different culture and a different native language. In order to reach out to every individual in the country, without having them stand in ques and wait for hours, the UIA has come up with an official website which can be accessed from anywhere in India as long as you have a laptop/computer and an internet connection.
Language plays an important role in the country we live in, India. With the development of the country as a whole there are efforts made for the promotion of all 22 languages. With Aadhaar cards launch in India in 2010, steps were taken to produce a website which could be easy for people to access. Since not many people can read and write in neither Hindi nor English, the initiative taken by UIA was to allow the people to fill in the application forms in 13 different languages.
The idea behind choosing these selective languages was to reach the people residing in villages. A person living in an urban side of the country has the ability to read and write in English but what about those residing in the rural areas? There is no doubt that even the villages of India are getting advanced year by year but the advancement doesn’t cross paths with people’s educational abilities. This being a main reason, the UIDAI has included Tamil amongst the 13 selective languages to fill the Aadhaar card application form.
Although the entire process of applying for an Aadhaar card cannot be made online, however there are a few steps that can be followed online. These steps make it easy for an individual to reach the final task of registering for an Aadhaar card.
Below are the guidelines which will help you in making your Aadhaar card with ease:
- In case you don’t have an internet connection but want to get started with the application procedure, then you can always visit the Aadhaar card enrolment centre and get as many Aadhaar card application forms. They are all free of cost. It is advisable to take only those as many members you have in your family.
- You might be in a dilemma in order to find the correct enrolment centre. Well, there is nothing known as the correct one. The only thing that you have to keep in mind is that the enrolment centre should be close to your house, in order to waste less time travelling. There are various websites online, which you can search for the same OR an easier way is to directly book an appointment by going on the website which says https://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx
- Once you have found out about your enrolment centre, you can visit them with the required documents (Identity and address proof) and start filling details in the application form. From there in, the government officials will guide you the ahead procedures.
1) To avoid the running around and the hassle, follow the simple ways to download the application form in Tamil (or any preferred language) using this link https://uidai.gov.in/, which is the official website of Unique Identification Authority.
2) On the top left hand corner will be a tab that says Language. Click on the down arrow and you will see a drop down of languages. Amongst these select Tamil.
3) Click on the SITE MAP at the bottom of the page.
4) You will then be directed to a number of Headings and Sub-Headings, amongst these click downloads. When you click on downloads, you will directed to a page will allow you to download the form. Note that the download that will take place will be in the form of PDF format. Make sure that you have PDF supporting format as the download will not take place otherwise. Once downloaded you can take a print out of this form.
Besides a major difference between going to the enrolment centre and filing the form and downloading is that once you have downloaded online, you can take as many prints as you want. This allows you to first fill the form and in case you have made any mistakes you have another form which you can fill.
5) When you download the form, you will be asked to fill a number of details, like your name, residential address, date of birth etc. Fill these spaces in black ink. A few documents supporting these details will also have to be attached and verified at the Aadhaar card centre.
6) After getting the documents verified, you will be given a specific date and time, during which your biometrics will be registered. A passport size photograph will also be taken on the spot.
7) Once all the above steps are complete, you will receive an enrolment code, this can be used to check the status of your card. You can also download the e-Aadhaar card by using this number.
Aadhaar card is one of the most important documents for a resident in India. It has been introduced by the Indian government in order to provide an official identity to every resident in India, regardless of his caste, creed, race or standard of living. It is one of the most helpful documents provided by the Indian Government, as it records the fingerprints, photograph and eye scans of an individual. Aadhaar card cannot be misused in any way.
The Government of India has set up an official body by the name of Unique Identification Authority of India. The responsibility of this committee is to provide 12-digit Unique Identification Codes to the residents of India.
Aadhaar card works as an official legal document of a resident of India. It also serves the purpose of providing equal opportunities in terms of Health, Education and Employment to the residents of India. It will also assist the government to understand what kind of subsidies and schemes need to be launched. Hence as a citizen of India, make an Aadhaar card if you haven’t made one yet.