Aadhar Card

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A 12-digit number that is provided by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is the Aadhaar Card. Various details such as iris scans, fingerprints, and photographs are linked to the Aadhaar Card. The Aadhaar Card can be used as proof of identity and address. In order to file the Income Tax Returns, the Aadhaar and PAN must be linked.

The Aadhaar program was constituted in 2016 when the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) was set up. All Aadhar cards are issued through the UIDAI, which collects the cardholder’s demographic and biometric data to enable a more streamlined and transparent method of allocating certain government benefits and subsidies to citizens.

Aadhaar Card Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for an Aadhaar card are as follows:

  • All Indian citizens are eligible to apply for an Aadhaar card.
  • NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) who have lived in the country for a continuous period of 182 days are permitted to apply.

Documents Required for Aadhaar Card

There is a list of documents that you should carry for the Aadhaar card enrolment process. In general, for the application process, you will be required to provide – proof of identity, proof of address, proof of age, and proof of relationship. Mentioned below are a list of documents for each of these cases that you can provide for the enrolment process: .

Proof of Identity

The following documents can be used as a proof of identity:

  • Passport
  • NREGA job card
  • Kissan photo passbook
  • Pensioners’ photo ID card
  • Ration card
  • ECHS/CGHS photo card
  • Voter ID Card
  • Photo ID cards issued by the Government
  • Address card containing name and picture issued by the Department of Posts
  • PAN card
  • Disability ID card
  • Handicapped medical certificate
  • ATM card with photograph
  • Credit card with photograph
  • Driving license
  • Arms license
  • Photo ID is issued by an authorized educational institution
  • Certificate of identity with photo issued by gazetted officer or Tehsildar on a letterhead

Proof of Address

The following documents can be used as a proof of address:

  • Bank statement
  • Signed letter that has photo from the bank on a letterhead
  • Government photo ID cards or PSU issued service photo identity card
  • Address card with a photo that issued by the Department of Posts
  • Signed letter with photo and issued by a recognized educational institution on a letterhead
  • Property tax receipt (must not be older than a year)
  • Gas connection bill (must not be older than 3 months)
  • Passbook
  • Vehicle registration certificate
  • Ration card
  • Passport
  • Insurance document
  • Credit card statement (must not be older than 3 months)
  • Signed letter with photo and issued by a registered company
  • Arms license
  • Post office statement or passbook
  • Voter ID
  • Driving license
  • Water bill (must not be older than 3 months)
  • Electricity bill (must not be older than 3 months)
  • Passport of parents (for minors)
  • Disability ID card
  • Registered lease/sale/rent agreement
  • Caste and domicile certificate with photo
  • Telephone bill
  • NREGS job card
  • Pensioner card
  • Kissan passbook
  • Freedom fighter card
  • Income tax assessment order
  • ECHS/CGHS card
  • Marriage certificate containing address and issued by the government
  • For rural areas - certificate of address issued by village panchayat head or an equivalent authority
  • State or central government issued allotment letter of accommodation (must not be older than 3 years)

Proof of Age

The following documents can be used as a proof of age:

  • Passport
  • PAN card
  • Mark sheet issued by government university or board
  • SSC certificate
  • State/central pension payment order
  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate of date of birth and issued by group a gazetted officer on a letterhead

Proof of Relationship

The following documents can be used as a proof of relationship with the head of the family:

  • PDS card
  • Family entitlement document that is issued by central/state government
  • Job card of MNREGA
  • Birth certificate issued by Registrar of Birth or municipal corporation or local government
  • Passport
  • Canteen card of the army
  • CGHS/State Government/ECHS/ESIC medical card
  • Government-issued marriage certificate
  • Pension card

How to Enrol for Aadhaar?

The Aadhaar application process can be done from any authorised Aadhaar Enrolment Centre/ Permanent Enrolment Centre. You can find an updated list of existing Aadhaar Enrolment Centres on the UIDAI website.

In an effort to simplify the enrolment process, the UIDAI has also authorised over 10,000 post offices and bank branches to operate as Permanent Enrolment Centres. Applicants can follow the 3 simple steps listed below to complete the enrolment process.

  • Step 1: Locate the nearest Aadhaar enrolment centre.
  • Step 2: Fill in the application form and submit required documents.
  • Step 3: Complete biometrics and collect acknowledgement.

How to Apply for Aadhaar without Any Documents?

As per the UIDAI’s Aadhaar enrolment form, the two different methods to apply for an Aadhaar card in case you don’t have the supporting documents are mentioned below:

  • Head of Family (HoF) based application: Under this enrolment process, the Head of Family (with a valid Aadhaar) can submit documents proving his/her relationship to the applicant. The applicant’s enrolment will then be processed after successful verification of these details.
  • Introducer-based application: In cases where the applicant has no valid proof of identity or address documents, an Introducer appointed by a Registrar can assist in the enrolment process. The Introducer can be contacted through the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre.

Check Status of Aadhaar Application Online

Applicants who wish to track the status of their Aadhaar application can do so through the official UIDAI website. You will need to mention your enrolment ID, which can be found on the acknowledgment slip issued after you submit your application.

Find a detailed guide to checking your Aadhaar status online.

Baal Aadhaar/Aadhaar for Minors

In case of minor applicants below the age of 5, the process is listed below:

  • The parents’ biometric details will be captured at the time of enrolment. When the child turns 15 years, he/she will have to visit a centre to update his/her biometric data.
  • Parent’s Aadhaar is to be provided when submitting the application form and documents at the Enrolment Centre.

How to Download/Print Aadhaar Card

In an effort to make the Aadhaar more accessible, the UIDAI has made arrangement for the electronic storage and retrieval of Aadhaar details. Known as the e-Aadhaar, this card is available in a PDF format and can be downloaded from the UIDAI website.

The e-Aadhaar can be accessed through the official UIDAI website by using any of the following:

  • With Aadhaar number.
  • With Virtual ID (VID).
  • With Enrolment ID (EID).

Find A detailed guide on how to download/print your e-Aadhaar card from the UIDAI Website.

Aadhaar Services

To make the Aadhaar process more transparent and streamlined, the UIDAI has made available various services relating to Aadhaar processes and features. A brief summary of each is provided below:

  1. Verify Aadhaar Number

    Applicants can verify if their Aadhar card is active or has been deactivated as follows:

    • Visit the UIDAI website and click on the ‘My Aadhaar’ tab.
    • Click on the ‘Verify Aadhaar Number’ tab and enter your Aadhaar number along with the security CAPTCHA.
    • The current status of your Aadhaar card will appear on screen.

    Find a comprehensive guide to Verify Aadhaar Number

  2. Verify mobile number or email registered with Aadhaar:

    Providing an email address and mobile number when applying for an Aadhaar card is advisable as it makes getting updates on services easier. As an applicant, you can also receive notifications on additional features or information pertaining to your Aadhaar remotely. Follow the steps listed here to verify the mobile number or email address registered with your Aadhaar.

  3. Retrieve your Aadhaar number:

    If you have misplaced or lost your Aadhaar card, UIDAI has simplified the retrieval process. You can retrieve your Aadhaar card, VID or EID electronically by following the steps listed here.

    It is important to note that retrieval of Aadhaar information requires you to have a registered mobile number.

  4. Check status of Aadhaar linking:

    To avail most government subsidies and schemes, applicants have to link their Aadhar card to their bank account for disbursement of the subsidy. You can check the current status of the linking process as listed below:

    • On the official UIDAI website, navigate to the ‘My Aadhaar’ tab and select the ‘Aadhaar Services’ tab.
    • Next, click on ‘Aadhaar Linking Status’.
    • Enter your Aadhaar/ VID number and the security code.
    • An OTP will be generated and sent to your registered mobile number, and the current linking status will be displayed on screen.
  5. Generate Virtual ID (VID):

    To ensure data protection and safeguard the information provided under Aadhaar, the UIDAI initiated the VID. This offers limited KYC (Know Your Customer) access to vendors/merchants seeking Aadhaar information for various services.

  6. Lock/Unlock your biometrics:

    In order to strengthen privacy, the UIDAI introduced Biometrics Locking/Unlocking, where individuals can lock their biometrics or temporarily unlock it. You will need the Virtual ID to complete this process. You can visit the official website of UIDAI and go to the ‘My Aadhaar’ section to Lock/Unlock the biometric data.

  7. Check authentication history:

    Each time you provide your Aadhaar card for any purpose, the details of the Authorised User Agencies (AUA) accessing this information is logged in the Aadhaar system. You can check your authentication history which lists the AUA and the information they have accessed. This process enables you to verify who has accessed your Aadhaar data. This feature is especially helpful when it comes to managing the security of your information.

Find a guide on how to check your authentication history.

Quick Guide to Link Aadhaar with PAN

Linking Aadhaar with PAN

Aadhaar Information

Aadhaar Card

Being a government-issued document, it can be used as proof of identity as well as proof of address for the purpose of opening a bank account, applying for loans, and government subsidies.

An Aadhaar card carries the following information:

  1. Demographic information
    • Name
    • Date of birth/age
    • Address
    • EID- the enrolment number
    • Barcode
  2. Biometric information
    • Photograph
    • Iris scan (both eyes)
    • Fingerprints (all ten)
  • Find Information About Aadhaar Enrolment Centres

    Applicants can find information on Aadhaar Enrolment Centres as well as Permanent Enrolment Centres on the UIDAI website, which lists current enrolment centres by state and city. A detailed guide on how to find existing Aadhaar Enrolment Centres can be found here.

  • How to update Aadhaar details online?

    If your Aadhaar details have errors or you wish to change information after you have submitted your application, you can update or correct this information online by visiting the UIDAI website. Both demographic data as well as biometric information can be updated.

    Find a step-by-step guide on the process to update Aadhaar details online.

  • How to Add Your Mobile Number To Aadhar Card

    Adding your mobile number to Aadhaar card is important as availing Aadhaar services and making changes/updating details in your Aadhaar card requires two-factor authorisation, with an OTP being sent to your registered mobile number.

    In order to add your mobile number, you will have to visit a Permanent Aadhaar Centre and submit an application to add the same to your card.

    Find a guide on how to update mobile number in Aadhaar.

  • eAadhaar

    The eAadhaar is an electronic copy of your Aadhar card and can be used in lieu of a physical copy of the card. It is accepted universally and can be downloaded from the UIDAI website. The eAadhaar is saved in a PDF format and is password protected. You can also choose to download a masked copy of your Aadhaar, which will hide your Aadhaar number.

  • mAadhaar

    With a view to making the Aadhaar card and its allied services more universally available, the UIDAI has released mAadhaar which is a mobile application for Android devices. The app contains the user’s Aadhaar information in a digitised form and enables accessibility on the go.

    Users can add up to 3 profiles on their app and perform a wide variety of services such as locking their biometrics and access their e-KYC for Aadhaar. Find a more comprehensive guide to the mAadhaar app, including linking your mobile number.

Aadhaar PVC Card

UIDAI introduced a new form of Aadhaar called the Aadhaar PVC Card. Apart from being durable and easy to carry, the new PVC card comes with several security features. You can order the Aadhaar PVC Card online by using the Aadhaar number, Enrolment ID, or Virtual ID. Rs.50 will be charged to apply for the Aadhaar PVC Card. The new card will be sent via speed post to the registered address.

Security Features of the Aadhaar PVC Card

The main security features of the Aadhaar PVC Card are mentioned below:

  • Embossed Aadhaar Logo
  • Embossed Aadhaar Logo
  • The print date and issue date will be mentioned
  • Ghost image
  • Micro text
  • Hologram
  • Secure QR Code

Process to Apply for the Aadhaar PVC Card Online

The procedure to apply for the Aadhaar PVC Card online is mentioned below:

  • Visit https://uidai.gov.in/.
  • Under the ‘My Aadhaar’ section, you will find the ‘Order Aadhaar PVC Card’ option. Click on it.
  • On the next page, enter the Aadhaar Number, Virtual ID, or EID.
  • Next, enter the security code.
  • Click on ‘Send OTP’.
  • Enter the OTP that is sent to your registered mobile number. Agree to the terms and conditions and click on ‘Submit’.
  • If your mobile number is linked to your Aadhaar, you can preview the Aadhaar Card and complete the verification process.
  • Select ‘Make Payment’. You can make the payment via UPI, net banking, debit card, or credit card.

Aadhaar Card FAQs

  1. I have lost my Aadhaar letter. Can I get a reprint?

    Yes, the UIDAI has launched a new service called the ‘Order Aadhaar Reprint’ service. You can apply for the same on the UIDAI website/through the mAadhaar app and get a reprint of your Aadhaar letter for a nominal fee of Rs.50.

  2. I do not have access to internet/mAadhaar app. How do I access online services?

    You can sign up for the Aadhaar SMS service by sending an SMS to 1947 from your registered mobile number. You can access features and services available online/on the mAadhaar app such as locking/unlocking biometric, generating a Virtual ID etc.

  3. I do not have documentary proof for my current address. Can I still update it in my Aadhaar?

    Yes, you can still update your address through Address Verifier by applying for an Address Verification Letter on the UIDAI website. This is to be submitted along with your application form.

  4. I would like to update my name on my Aadhaar. Can I update it online through the Self Service Update Portal (SSUP)?

    No, only addresses can be updated through the SSUP. For updating name, date of birth, photograph, mobile number etc., you will have to visit a Permanent Enrolment Centre and update the details.

  5. How long is the Aadhaar card valid?

    The Aadhaar card is valid for life.

  6. Are e-Aadhaar and the Aadhaar card the same thing?

    Yes, Aadhaar card and e-Aadhaar are same. The only difference being the Aadhaar card is a document sent to the applicant through the post by UIDAI while the e-Aadhaar is a digital version that can be downloaded from the UIDAI website.

  7. What information is contained in the e-Aadhaar QR code?

    The Aadhaar QR code contains the cardholder’s demographic details such as name, date of birth, photograph, gender (if provided) and the Masked Aadhaar number.

  8. Is it mandatory to link my PAN with Aadhaar in order to file my tax returns?

    Yes, as per the new provisions of the Finance Act, it is mandatory for all taxpayers to link their PAN with Aadhaar.

  9. Do I need to carry originals when updating my details at an Enrolment Centre?

    Yes, you are required to carry originals of all documents whose details you are updating at an Enrolment Centre.

  10. My first Aadhaar application was rejected, can I re-apply?

    Usually an Aadhaar application is rejected due to technical/quality reasons. You are permitted to reapply for your Aadhaar.

This article is intended for informational purposes only. For more information please refer the link(s) provided above or visit https://uidai.gov.in/

News About Aadhar Card

  • Last date to link Aadhaar and PAN extended until 31 March 2022

    The government has extended the last date to link Aadhaar and PAN. The deadline to link PAN and Aadhaar has been extended until 31 March 2022. Earlier, the last date was 30 September 2021. The Central Government has extended the deadline due to the difficulty that is being faced by taxpayers. In case the PAN and Aadhaar have not been linked by the last date, the PAN may become inoperative. You may not be able to complete several transactions in case the PAN is inoperative. You can visit the e-filing website of the Income Tax Department to link the Aadhaar and PAN.

    22 September 2021

  • RBI invites applications from NBFCs, payment system operators

    In an announcement made by The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the central bank has invited applications from Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), payment system providers and payment system participants, looking to obtain Aadhaar e-KYC authentication licence.

    As per the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002, financial bodies other than banking firms to authenticate their client's Aadhaar number using the e-KYC facility and is likely to be permitted by the government to do so. However, the financial bodies will first be required to consult the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) before going ahead with the process.

    The Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance as on 9 May, 2019 had provided a detailed procedure for processing of applications for the use of Aadhaar authentication services by financial bodies other than banking companies.

    14 September 2021

  • Latest update in process of Aadhaar address change

    The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) had permitted individuals to update their address in the Aadhaar card even if there was no proof of the changed address. However, this facility has now been withdrawn by the UIDAI. It has now notified a new process for updating the address that requires proof of address. It will accept one among 32 documents as proof of address for the Aadhaar card. To change the address, individuals will have to log into their account on the UIDAI website. Click on ‘Proceed to Update Aadhaar’ and enter the 12-digit UID number, enter the captcha code, and click on the ''send OTP'' button to the registered mobile number. Once the OTP has been received, enter it and click on ''log in''. After this, the details of the Aadhaar card have to be entered and one among the 32 documents listed has to be selected for proof of identity and address. The address can be updated both online and offline.

    16 August 2021

  • Mobile number on Aadhaar card can now be updated at one’s doorstep

    The Government of India announced that people with Aadhaar can get their mobile number updated in the card at their doorstep.

    The ministry of communications tweeted that people with Aadhaar who wish to get their mobile number updated on their Aadhaar card can get it done by availing the services offered by India Post Payments Bank where a postman will visit the communication address to update the mobile number.

    You can avail this service from any of the 650 branches of India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) and 146,000 postmen and Gramin Dak Sevaks have been authorized to provide a range of banking services equipped with smartphones and biometric devices.

    27 July 2021

  • Process to Change your Aadhaar Details made Easy

    A new update has been introduced by UIDAI to its official portal. The update will now allow people who have moved to a new residential address to change their address on their Aadhaar card all by themselves. Individuals can use the self-service portal on the Aadhaar website to update their address and other details as well.

    UIDAI made the announcement on the Aadhaar’s Twitter handle. Aadhaar announced that the cost of new Aadhaar enrolment and Mandatory Biometric Update (MBU) will be free of charge. It is mandatory for children once they reach the age of five to register for Aadhaar and again once they turn 15-years-old. The biometric update can now be completed with or without the demographic update now.

    Individuals can avail the option of updating their demographic data by paying a fee of Rs.50 for the said update. In case of biometric update, the charges levied will be Rs.100 for the update.

    8 July 2021

  • PAN with Aadhar Linking Extension of 3 months

    The central government has extended the deadline to link the PAN with Aadhaar to 30 September, 2021 compared to its previous deadline of 30 June 2021.

    The news was given by the Twitter handle of Union Minister of State for Finance India. People can link their PAN with the Aadhaar online from the official website of the Income Tax Department. Failing to do so by the end of September, would result in the PAN being deemed as invalid.

    25 June 2021

  • PRFDA allows Aadhaar-based online KYC process to open NPS account

    You can open a National Pension System account through Aadhaar-based KYC process. All you need to do is visit the e-NPS portal where you can open an online account by choosing the ‘Aadhaar Online/Offline KYC’ process during the registration process. Enter your 12-digit Aadhaar number or 16-digit Virtual ID and the rest of the details related to you will be retrieved by the system. Enter the One-Time Password to complete the registration process.

    30 April 2021

  • Not linking PAN and Aadhaar by March 31, 2021 will cost you Rs.1,000

    As per an order passed by the Central Government it is mandatory to link your PAN with your Aadhaar by 31 March. The failure to do so will not only result in your PAN Card becoming inactive but you will also be required to pay a fine of Rs.1,000.

    25 March 2021

  • You can now order Aadhaar PVC cards for your family

    UIDAI had recently launched the Aadhaar as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) card in October. Now, like your credit card, PAN card and debit, you can carry the PVC Aadhaar card. UIDAI has now allowed residents of India to get a Aadhaar letter reprint on PVC cards after they pay a fee of Rs.50. If you do not have a registered mobile number, you can still order the card using a non-registered mobile number.

    18 November 2020

  • Rs.100 to be charged by the UIDAI for change in Aadhaar card details

    UIDAI, the agency that oversees the verification of the Aadhaar details shared a mechanism on 27 August in order to get biometric details updated. Individuals can update the Aadhaar details on the official website of UIDAI or by visiting the Aadhaar Seva Kendra. According to a tweet provided by UIDAI, Rs.100 will be charged for any changes in the biometrics data and Rs.50 will be charged for any changes in the demographic details. In the case of crucial changes to the demographic details such as a change in address, name, and date of birth, a list of documents has been provided by the UIDAI. In the case of change in photograph or mobile number, no documents will need to be submitted. Gender and email ID details can also be changed without providing any documents.

    28 August 2020

  • National Health ID may have to be linked to the Aadhaar

    According to the Junior Health Minister, Ashwini Kumar Chaubey, the National Digital Health Mission may have to be linked to the Aadhaar. He further added that the government wishes to make the healthcare available to all individuals. The health ID would contain details of the hospital, doctor, treatment, and disease. Therefore, individuals who travel from one place to another will have the data stored in the ID. Earlier, the linking of the health ID with the Aadhaar was optional. NDHM is part of the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana. The enrolment to the NDHM is not mandatory yet.

    17 August 2020

  • Last date for linking PAN card with Aadhar card extended till March 31, 2021

    Due to the challenges that taxpayers are facing to meet the requirements of the regulatory compliance because of the coronavirus outbreak, the CBDT extended the deadline for linking the PAN and Aadhaar to 31 March 2021. In March of this year, the Finance Minister had announced that the deadline to link the PAN card and Aadhaar card would be 30 June 2020. The main aim of the move is to provide relaxations to salaried individuals in the country due to the global disruption that has been caused by the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent job losses.

    24 June 2020

  • Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman launched instant allotment of e-PAN through Aadhaar

    The Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has recently announced a new facility through which citizens can avail instant allotment of their PAN cards online. The e-PAN card can be obtained by simply furnishing the details of the individuals Aadhaar.

    In the Budget 2020-21, the Finance Minister had proposed the launch of a new system under which the PAN of an applicant will be allotted online instantly on the basis of the Aadhaar details of the applicant. The applicant will not be required to fill up the entire application form. The information will be auto-populated to ease the process of the PAN allotment.

    3 June 2020

  • Tamil Nadu says that it is mandatory to carry Aadhaar card to beauty parlours and salons

    The government of Tamil Nadu has made it compulsory to carry the Aadhaar card to all visit beauty parlours, spas and salons in Tamil Nadu. The firms have been asked to even write down all details of their customers like their Aadhaar number and phone numbers.

    The government sources had said that collecting the Aadhaar card details and phone numbers of the people visiting salons, spas and parlours would be useful for authorities to trace them if needed in the future. These instructions of asking all salon and spa owners to maintain a register of their customers' details is a measure taken for containing the spread of the Coronavirus.

    The barber shops in all rural areas had opened one week ago, and beauty parlours in urban areas had reopened last Monday.

    2 June 2020

  • Deadline extended by the government for Aadhaar with Ration Card linking

    According to a clarification made by the Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution on 11 May 2020, the ration card of beneficiaries who come under PDS will not be deleted until 30th September 2020 even they do not have an Aadhaar Card.

    The clarification was made after a section of newspapers reported that the ration card of beneficiaries who do not provide the Aadhaar number would be cancelled. According to the Department of Food and Public Distribution, beneficiaries have until 30 September to link their Aadhhar and ration card. Until then, genuine beneficiaries will not be denied their quota of food and grains and their ration cards will not be cancelled. The instructions further added that food and grains under the NFSA will not be denied because of the failure of Aadhaar authentication. As per the Central Government, a pragmatic approach will be needed during the current crisis so that no poor person is denied food grains. However, the process of linking the Aadhhar card and the ration card will resume soon. Currently, nearly 90% of the ration cards have been linked with the Aadhaar cards.

    11 May 2020

  • 29 insurance companies, 9 securities-related entities can collect Aadhaar for KYC

    The finance ministry has approved 29 insurance companies and 9 securities companies to collect Aadhaar for knowing your customer (KYC) purposes, a move aimed at checking money laundering and routing investments into shell companies.

    Finance secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey said that the two notifications issued by the ministry of finance is to allow these companies to use Aadhaar authentication services under Aadhaar Act with necessary standard security and privacy measures to perform e-KYC and would also reduce their cost of transaction and prevent any fraudulent practices.

    An official said use of Aadhaar authentication service by these bodies is voluntary and an investor need not go for Aadhaar authentication if they provide their Permanent Account Number (PAN).

    29 insurance companies and 9 stock/securities entities have been permitted by the finance ministry to undertake Aadhaar authentication services of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) under section 11A of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002.

    The BSE, National Securities Depository Ltd (NSDL), Central Depository Services India Ltd, CDSL Ventures Ltd, NSDL Database Management Ltd, NSE Data and Analytics Ltd, CAMS Investors Services Ltd, Computer Age Management Services Pvt Ltd and Link Intime India Pvt Ltd are the 9 stock/securities related entities.

    Some of the top insurance companies who have been approved to collect e-KYC are Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance, Bharti AXA Life Insurance, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, HDFC Life Insurance, HDFC Ergo General Insurance and, SBI General Insurance.

    25 April 2020

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