Permanent Account Number or PAN, as it is commonly called, is a means of identifying various taxpayers in the country. PAN is a unique identification number assigned to Indians, mostly to those who pay tax. The PAN system of identification is a computer-based system that assigns unique identification number to every Indian tax paying entity. Through this method, all tax related information for a person is recorded against a single PAN number which acts as the primary key for storage of information. This is shared across the country and hence no two people on tax paying entities can have the same PAN.
The idea behind PAN is similar to the Social Security Number or SSN used in the United States. SSN in the US is a unique nine-digit number issued to all citizens of the US, permanent and temporary both. Although, the primary aim for SSN creation was to track individuals for social security purposes, it has now become a primary identification number for taxation processes.
Any PAN issued is valid for the entire lifetime of the PAN holder. This is so majorly because PAN is unaffected by any change of address of the PAN cardholder.
New Design for PAN Card
The Income Tax Department has prescribed a new format for PAN Cards issued after 1st January, 2017. The changes made to the new PAN Card have been listed below:
- A Quick Response (QR) code has been printed onto the new PAN Card which will carry details of the card holder. This QR code can be used for verification of data.
- New sections for the name of the card holder, the card holder’s father’s name, and date of birth have been added.
- The location of the PAN and the signature of the card holder have been changed.
History of PAN in India
Earlier, before the concept of PAN was introduced, there was a GIR number assigned to taxpayers which was basically a manual system and as such was unique only within a ward or under a particular assessing officer. However, the number was not unique at the country level. In the year 1972, the concept of PAN was rolled out by the Indian government and was made statutory under section 139A of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
The GIR number was allotted by the Assessing Officer to a tax payer and it included the Assessing Officer’s information as well.
Another problem with the GIR system was that it was not a unique number. A GIR was unique only in that particular ward/circle, resulting in errors or the chances of miscalculations during tax assessment.
The PAN card in its present form was first introduced in 1972, as a way to overcome these problems. Initially a voluntary process, it was made mandatory for all tax paying individuals in the country in 1976.
The initial PAN number allotments were made manually, and to avoid duplication, each ward/circle received a certain set of numbers. This series was abandoned in the year 1995 due to a host of problems associated with it.
In spite of these changes, the first avatar of the PAN card met with some difficulties, as mentioned below:
- There was no database to maintain records of the PAN number allotted, with very limited information being recorded.
- There was no centralised authority who issued the PAN cards, resulting in the possibility that different centres could allot the same number to different individuals in the country.
- The PAN card number was not a permanent one as the number changed depending on the holder’s address.
PAN Card Application
As mentioned in the section above, PAN Card Application can be made either online at the NSDL website or by applying at any of the district level PAN agencies. Applications for new PAN allotment as well as those for correction or change of information can all be made by customers. Form 49A is the form that needs to be filled and submitted for application of new PAN.
Additionally, there are ways to obtain duplicate PAN card in situations where an entity loses or misplaces the PAN card. Indians, foreigners and NRIs all can obtain PAN, although the forms and procedure may vary for each of these entities.
Application forms for new PAN and reprint of PAN are different. Once, a user makes any of the above applications with regards to PAN, he/she can track the status of PAN application via the acknowledgement number furnished by NSDL.
A PAN card can be applied for through the NSDL (National Securities Depository Limited) as well as through the UTIISL (UTI Infrastructure Technology and Services Limited). Applicants can submit their PAN card applications either offline or online.
Online PAN Card Application Process
The online application process for a PAN card is mentioned below:
- Visit the TIN NSDL or UTIISL websites and select the ‘New PAN’ option
- Select Form 49A for Indian citizens (including NRE/NRI/OCI individuals)
- Fill in the details in the online form, mentioning details such as your full name, address, date of birth, gender, telephone number, income details etc.
- On filling the form, submit it and pay the processing fee
- Print the page with the 15 digit acknowledgement and sign in the space provided.
- Affix passport sized photographs on the acknowledgement, proof of identity and proof of address documents and Demand Draft (if you are paying through DD).
- The above are to be sent to the NSDL office by post within 15 days of submitting the online application.
- The PAN will then be sent to the address within 15 working days.
Offline PAN Card Application Process
- Download the PAN card application form from the NSDL or UTIISL websites or collect a copy from UTIISL agents.
- Fill in the form and attach supporting documents (proof of identity, address and photographs)
- Submit the form and documents to the NSDL office along with the processing fee.
- The PAN card will be sent to the address mentioned in the form within 15 working days.
Steps to Procure Duplicate PAN Card if you have Lost Your PAN Card
PAN or Permanent Account Number is an alphanumeric code consisting of ten digits that is provided to citizens by the Income Tax Department of India. This document is an extremely important proof of identity. However, in case someone loses or damages their PAN card, the steps below should be followed in order to procure a duplicate PAN card.
- Applicants must visit the official web portal of NSDL and apply for a ‘PAN Change Request’ form and fill in all the details.
- If applicants wish to procure a new card without changing any details or the PAN number in case they have lost or damaged their original card then after filling all details, they should not select any box on the left of the margin.
- As long as there are no changes to be made in the PAN card, their address will be updated in the database of ITD based on the address provided in the form.
- Once this is done, they will have to submit a document of identity proof such as passport or Aadhar number, a document for address proof such as Voter’s ID or utility bills, along with proof of issuance of PAN number such as a photocopy of the damaged/lost PAN card and submit the form.
- A nominal fee will have to be paid online either through credit card/debit card or net banking after which they will receive an acknowledgement through which they can track the status of their application.
PAN Card Application Do’s and Don’ts
- Remember to fill in all the details as per the identity and address proof documents you are submitting.
- Do get thumb impression attested by a Magistrate/Notary before submitting the form to avoid disqualification.
- Write the complete address and provide accurate contact details in the form.
- Do fill in the application form in capital letters.
- Don’t make corrections or over write anywhere on the form.
- Do not use initials in the first name or last name columns.
- Do not apply for a new PAN card if your old PAN card is lost/stolen/defaced.
Documents required for PAN
Certain basic documents for proof of address and identity proof are required to be furnished by the PAN applicant. NSDL verifies this information with their central database and rejection of PAN applications is not an uncommon thing when information furnished is incorrect or incomplete.
PAN Card Forms
- There are two types of forms for a PAN Card-
- Form 49A- Form 49A is the PAN Card Application form for all Indian citizens, whether they are residents of India or not. NRI (Non Resident Indians) can also apply for a PAN card using this form.
- Companies, firms, NGO (Non-Governmental Organisations), partnership firms, local bodies, trusts etc. also have to submit Form 49A when applying for a PAN card.
- PAN cards for minors and students have to be applied by submitting Form 49A as well.
- Form 49AA- this form is to be submitted by foreign nationals who are pay tax in the country. Limited Liability companies, firms, trusts, Body of Individuals and Association of Persons registered outside India are to submit Form 49AA duly filled in and signed when applying for a PAN card for tax purposes in India. OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) and NRE (Non Resident Entity) individuals will have to apply for a PAN card using this form.
- Entities applying for a PAN card by submitting form 49AA will have to submit their passport/OCI/PIO cards in addition to bank account statements from their resident country as proof of address and identity.
Tracking PAN Applications and Transactions
- The government has recently unveiled a programme by which it can track transactions made through a PAN card for the purpose of calculating tax. Known as the Income Tax Business Application-Permanent Account Number or ITBAN-PAN, it will enable the Income Tax Department to track every transaction made where a particular PAN number was quoted.
- All financial transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, liquidation, and amalgamation of PAN as well as dissolution information where a particular PAN card was quoted can be traced through the software.
- All existing PAN information and the entire database of PAN information has also been moved to this software.
Issuing of PAN Card
PAN issuing authority
Authorized PAN agencies at district level and NSDL (National Securities Depository Limited) are the two issuing authorities that look into PAN applications. Therefore, anyone looking to obtain PAN can either apply physically at any of these district level PAN agencies or apply online at the NSDL website.
- PAN is issued to customers when they submit their PAN applications via filled form 49A. Assessing officers assess the application details using AIS system on computer and after a round of basic verification, the application is sent to the computer centers, where date is entered using the IPAN system and is then transferred to the central data system in Delhi. Since, central data is with National Computer Center, the taxpayer database is checked for information verification. In case, there is no record of PAN allotted to an entity in the past, then the PAN request is accepted and PAN is allotted.
- The above mentioned method is when batch allocation of PAN is done through IPAN. Another way is to allot PAN online through AIS. In this method, customer submits form 49A to the Assessing Officer, who does the data entry and verification and sends it to the National Computer Centre which does PAN allocation and sends it back to the AO who in turn send these details to be printed and passed on to the PAN applicant.
- The process of issuing of PAN works on the PPP model which is Public Private Partnership model. This is so for reasons of economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the PAN issuing model. Income tax department has involved two reputed entities, the NSDL and the UTIITSL (UTI Infrastructure Technology Services Limited) for processing of PAN applications as well as collecting, handling and verifying of personal documents.
Structure of PAN
Contents of PAN Card
PAN card is issued with every PAN that is allotted to an entity. There are certain details that are printed on the PAN card. These details are permanent details which are not supposed to change with the passage of time. This helps in unnecessary updating of PAN details and records on change of temporary details like address, contact number etc.
Here are the details that are captured in a PAN card issued to an individual taxpayer.
- Permanent Account Number (Along with built-in status of the assesse and check alphabet)
- Full name of the PAN cardholder
- Name of father of PAN cardholder
- Date of Birth
Listed below are the details that a PAN card capturers for entities other than individual
- Permanent Account Number (Along with built-in status of the assesse and check alphabet)
- Full name
- Date of incorporation
All the information that is listed on the PAN card is first checked against the information furnished by the PAN applicant in form 49A. Address is not printed on the PAN card since it is susceptible to change. Also, for organizations, businesses, HUFs etc. it is impossible to list all information on the PAN card and hence, PAN cards are issued to partners, members or directors of a company, on an individual basis.
Structuring of Permanent Account Number, PAN
Permanent Account Number is effective because of its uniqueness. It is an interesting thing to learn about the structuring of PAN. There is a lot of hidden information that goes into the making of the Permanent Account Number.
PAN is generated automatically by the online system by taking into account the information furnished by the PAN applicant.
First Three Characters
The first three characters of PAN are a sequence of alphabets from AAA to ZZZ
The fourth character signifies the type of taxpayer that you are.
- A — Association of Persons (AOP)
- B — Body of Individuals (BOI)
- C — Company
- F — Firm
- G — Government
- H — HUF (Hindu Undivided Family)
- L — Local Authority
- J — Artificial Judicial Person
- P — Individual
- T — AOP (Trust)
- K — Krish (Trust krish)
The fifth character in PAN is the first letter of your surname. So, if a person is named ‘Rajesh Khanna’, the fifth character of his PAN will be ‘K’
So if an individual obtains PAN, his/her PAN will have the fourth character as ‘P’ which stands for individual taxpayer.
Types of PAN Cards
The Income tax Department has mandated that all tax paying entities register and possess a PAN card. While this applies to individuals, companies, partnership firms, NGO’s as well as foreign firms also come under the purview of this directive.
As a result, PAN cards are issued for individuals as well as companies.
PAN Card for Individuals
A PAN card for individuals is used to keep track and link all financial transactions that attract tax, with the IT department calculating the total taxable amount due on the basis of this data.
PAN Card for Companies
A PAN card for organisations is similar to that for individuals, with the exception that there is no photograph on the physical PAN card. Also in lieu of the date of birth mentioned on individual PAN cards, the date of registration of the company/organisation is mentioned.
PAN for foreign citizens in India
All foreign citizens who wish to carry out business in India are required to obtain PAN. The procedure for doing so is same as applicable to resident Indians. However, the application form for foreigners is form 49AA . All entities that are eligible to obtain PAN as Indian citizens are also eligible to obtain PAN as foreign citizens. This list includes entities like HUFs, individuals, trusts and so on.
The IT Department calculates the amount of tax the company/organisation is required to pay through its various transactions, all of which now require quoting the PAN card.
Old PAN Series
The first series of PAN was launched in the country, in the year 1972. However, there were certain issues with that series which resulted in the issuing of the current PAN structure than we have.
- A central database was not maintained and hence, there was absolutely no way to verify multiple PAN allocation to a taxpayer
- The data that was stored for PAN holders was neither structured well nor did it capture detailed information except a few primary details like name, address etc.
- PAN was not a permanent number since it depended upon the jurisdiction of the assesse and hence changed when the assesse changed his/her location
New PAN Series
The old method of registering taxpayers which involved the General Index Register Number or the GIR was replaced by Permanent Account Number in the year 1972. However, this was the old series of PAN which still needed some improvements and had drawbacks as listed in the section above. Hence, in the year 1995, under an amended section 139A of the Income Tax Act, the new series of PAN was rolled out by the Income Tax Department.
The new PAN series facilitated the following points which were earlier not included in the old series of PAN –
- Linking of all tax related information, current as well as past, to a single identification number
- Easy retrieval of information from the central database. This is because with the launch of the new PAN series, the segregation and recording of data was done more effectively
- Matching all financial information mapped against a single PAN, so that all loan details, credit and debit details as well as investment details could be tracked to a single customers and thereby reining in tax evasion
Why is PAN important?
A PAN card is a document that no taxpayer can do without. Besides being compulsory in order to file your Income Tax returns and to receive a tax refund, a PAN card also serves an accepted proof of identity and has now been made mandatory for a number of transactions of both a business as well as a personal nature. A comprehensive list of the various activities that require a PAN card to complete or authenticate the activity are mentioned below:
Mandatory uses of PAN
- PAN needs to be quoted while paying direct taxes
- While registering a business, PAN information needs to be mandatorily furnished
- Taxpayers need to input their PAN when paying income tax
- A lot of financial transactions require PAN information. Some of these transactions are:
- Sale or purchase of property (immovable) which is valued at Rs.5 lakh or above
- Sale or purchase of a vehicle except a two-wheeler
- Payments that are made towards hotels and restaurants and which are above Rs.25,000
- Payments made in connection with travel requirements to other countries. The amount in this case if it exceeds Rs.25,000, then an individual needs to quote his/her PAN
- Making payments of more than Rs.50,000 towards bank deposits in a bank
- Acquiring bonds by paying an amount equal to or greater than Rs.50,000
- Payments made for more than Rs.5 lakhs towards purchase of jewellery and bullion also require PAN information of the purchaser to be furnished
- Any purchase of mutual fund schemes
- Any amount greater than Rs,50,000 used towards purchasing shares
- Any payment of more than Rs.50,000 made towards acquiring an insurance policy needs PAN information of the policyholder
- To Remit money out of India
- Pan information is required for transfer of funds from NRE to NRO account
General uses/advantages of PAN
- Since PAN card contains information like Name, Age and photograph, it can be used throughout the country as a valid identity proof
- PAN is the best possible way to keep track of your tax payment. Otherwise, you might be required to pay it multiples times since your tax payment cannot be verified
- Since, PAN is unique for every entity and hence, misuse of the same is almost impossible for purposes of tax evasion etc.
- PAN card can be used as a document that is required to avail connections like electricity, telephone, LPG and internet.
- PAN is a unique identification number assigned to taxpayers and hence it is used to track all financial information like payment of taxes, investments made and debt liability of an entity, to a single customer.
Concepts Similar to PAN Card
The concept of a PAN card, or a unique number assigned to every tax paying entity is not a new concept. In fact, there are a number of similar such utilities that are used for tax purposes.
TAN (Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number) - This is a unique 10 digit number that is issued to individuals and entities who have to collect or deduct tax on payments they made as part of tax Deducted at Source (TDS) under the Income Tax Act.
The TAN has to be quoted when applying for TDS or Tax Collected at Source (TCS) challans made to disburse the refund as well as on certificates. Failure to quote the TAN would result in a fine of Rs. 10, 000.
TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) - A TIN number is a unique 11 digit number that is used to identify dealers who are registered under the Value Added Tax. Allotted by individual states, it is compulsory for all manufacturers, traders and dealers to register for a TIN number. This number is to be quoted when generating invoices, orders or quotations by both the issuing as well as the receiving company.
It is also used to identify assesses under the Income tax Act of 1961.
Who is allotted a Permanent Account Number?
PAN is allotted to people who fall under any of the following categories.
Under section 139A of the Income Tax Act, following are the taxpaying entities that are required to have a Permanent Account Number:
- Any person who has paid tax or is liable to pay tax to the Income Tax Department
- Any person who is carrying out a business or professional practice which earns him an yearly turnover of Rs,5,00,000 or more in the previous year of assessment
- All kinds of trusts in the country
- Importers and exporters who are liable to pay any form of tax or duty charges as per the Income Tax Act or as per any other law, currently in force
PAN is supposed to be applied for by all tax paying entities including individuals, HUFs, partnerships, companies, body of individuals, trusts etc. Also, PAN is furnished by the Income Tax Department for other similar entities like minors, judicial persons, firms, Krish etc. Also.
At the time of allotment of PAN to an entity, PAN card too is furnished by the Income Tax Department. While PAN is a unique identification number, PAN card is a physical card that has your PAN details as well as name, age and photograph. Copies of this card are submitted by entities for various transactions when required.
What Happens If I Don’t Have a PAN Card?
If your income falls into a taxable bracket, not having a PAN card would result in:
You paying a flat 30% tax on your earnings and wealth, as stipulated by the Income Tax Department of India. This rule applies to individuals, companies and all entities eligible for tax, including foreign nationals and firms registered outside India.
Not having a PAN card will mean you will be unable to purchase a motor vehicle, buy immovable property worth over Rs. 10 lakh, and open an account with any bank in the country among other activities.
Businesses too will be charged TDS at a flat 30% and will be unable to conduct a large chunk of their activities since quoting PAN has now become mandatory for everything from purchasing land in India to rendering any sort of professional services in the country.
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Despite compulsion, only 30% of PAN cards linked to Aadhaar
Over 9.3 crore PAN or Permanent Account Numbers have been linked to Aadhaar card, as reported by a senior Income Tax Department officer. In the months of June and July, around 3 crore linkages were done.By 5 August which was the last date for filing IT Returns, more than 9.3 PAN-Aadhaar linkages were registered.
The Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has recently said that a time frame has not been fixed for completing the PAN and Aadhaar linkage. Currently there are around 30 crore PAN numbers that have been allotted and Aadhaar has been allotted to around 115 crore individuals.
18th August 2017
Over 11 lakh duplicate and fake PAN Card cancelled
The government has recently de-activated over 11 lakh PAN (Permanent Account Number) which were found to be invalid for many reasons. In a bid to ensure that only one PAN is allotted to each individual, the government has taken measures to safeguard the tax regulations. Moreover, the PAN allotment’s guiding principle doesn’t allow an individual to have more than one PAN. The individuals who had multiple PAN cards can no longer access more than one PAN. The Assessing Officers have also cancelled many PAN for being fake. Since PAN is used as one the most important key identifiers for taxpayers, the government has taken multiple PAN related initiatives to curb the menace of black money and tax evasion.
2nd August 2017
PAN of the bank required while availing home loan
Most individuals are not aware that while availing a home loan, individuals will have to quote the PAN card of the bank or even for other transactions. Not many are aware that individuals will have to quote the PAN number of the bank during financial transactions.
As salaried individuals, in case they have taken a home loan and wish to avail a tax benefit from the same on the repaid principal and interest they will have to provide certain details such as home loan lender’s name, date of disbursement of loan along with PAN of the lender.
1st August 2017
Birth Certificate no longer compulsory for Passport; Aadhaar and PAN card will be enough
In order to liberalise, streamline and make the process of issuing a passport a lot easier, the Indian government has decided that the birth certificate is no longer necessary. Instead of a birth certificate, documents such as Aadhaar card, PAN card, Voter ID cards, LIC policy, matriculation certificate and driving license will be enough.
It has been decided now that all passport applicants can submit one of the following documents as proof of date of birth.
- Birth Certificate
- Matriculation/School Leaving/Transfer Certificate
- PAN card
- Aadhaar card
- Driving License
- Voter ID
- Policy Bond issued by the Public Life Insurance Corporations
26th July 2017
CBDT addresses linking issues to UIDAI with Pan Card
After the government made linking of an individual’s Permanent Account Number (PAN) and Aadhaar number mandatory, the Income Tax department has been coming across instances where this linking was not possible due to a mismatch of information. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has stated in a letter to the UIDAI that the agency should do what’s possible to quickly rectify the issues arising from linking the two documents. A PAN is necessary when an individual needs to file his/her tax returns, for opening a new bank account or for any high value financial transaction. The move to link the two documents was made to crackdown on people who own more than one PAN card. About 20.7 million people in India have already linked their PAN with their Aadhaar card while there are over 1.15 billion people who have had an Aadhaar card issued to them. The deadline for filing tax returns is 31 July.
18th July 2017
PAN Card or Aadhaar mandatory for registering on the website of LIC
Life Insurance Company (LIC) has remodelled its website recently with a new navigation system and a new user interface. It also has a new address.
When you want to make use of these online services, you will need to furnish your PAN or Aadhaar number apart from your details such as date of birth, policy number, etc. You can register policies online that are bought in your name, your child’s name, your spouse’s name, etc. by getting various user Ids.
With these online services, you can make your premium payments online for certain insurance plans.
17th July 2017
Aaykar Setu App Launched to Apply for PAN, Pay Taxes
On Monday, the Department of Income Tax launched an app that allows people and entities to pay taxes, apply for PAN (permanent account number) cards and track TDS.
The 'Aaykar Setu' mobile app was launched by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. It will be operational in all Android-based phones. This is CBDT’s first mobile app. People can download this app by giving missed calls to the number ‘7306525252’.
The 'Aaykar Setu' app would help individuals seed their Aadhar number with PAN. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) also promised to activate the option of tax returns filing via this mobile app in the months to come.
The module brings together various tools related to tax, dynamic updates, live chat, and various links to important processes within Income Tax department in one united platform.
Taxpayers will also receive regular updates about important tax dates, notifications and forms on the registered mobile numbers with the department. Those who would like to receive SMS alerts should register their numbers in the new app module.
The app comes as part of a series of action by CBDT to provide taxpayers with better service and decrease grievances. The new initiative is a step towards communicating directly with taxpayers on a number of useful tax services, bringing informative data to their fingertips.
The app is aimed at reducing physical interface between assessees and assessing officer (AO), thus, diminishing unintended consequences leading to grievances. It also makes compliance much easier than before.
14th July 2017
Advantages of linking Aadhaar with PAN
When you link your Permanent Account Number (PAN) with Aadhaar, you can enjoy a host of benefits. You will be able to file your income tax returns successfully only if you link your Aadhaar and PAN from July 1 as per updates from the government.
The IT Department has given a temporary relief to taxpayers that their PAN will not be invalid even if the linking is not done. However, one will need to remember that this is only for the time being.
Connecting both PAN and Aadhaar will provide you with proper details about your taxes which is linked to your unique identification number.
14th July 2017
CBDT launches Ayakar Setu mobile app for linking Pan with Adhaar, tax services
The Income Tax Department has launched a mobile app called the Ayakar Setu to facilitate easier tax payment and grievance redressal. This app is available for download on Android phones at the Google Play Store. Aadhaar PAN Card linking can be done via this app. Tax related queries will be answered by a chatbot on weekdays. The app can be used to locate the nearest tax payment service office, file revised returns, e-verify returns, and check the status of ITR-V receipt and outstanding tax demand. The app allows request for PAN reissuance, correction, and verification. Tax deductors can use the app to file TDS returns, check TDS rates, and e-pay TCS. The app has tools to calculate advance tax, TDS, and the taxable value of perquisites. Tax Gyaan, a game on the app educates the user about income tax.
13th July 2017
Linking PAN to Aadhaar - July 1 is not the last date
In the rush to link Aadhaar to PAN on the income tax website before 1st July 2017, people have observed that the website has been crashing. Most people seem to have understood that if they do not link their Aadhaar with PAN before 1 July, the PAN would be automatically disabled. But that is not entirely true.
As per the latest declaration from the government, the linking will be mandatory from 1 July, and not before it. After July 1st, the government would declare a date after which PAN cards not linked to Aadhaar will be invalidated.
Individuals applying for new PAN post July 1 would have to quote their Aadhaar numbers mandatorily. Quoting of Aadhaar is also mandated when filing income tax returns.
How to link PAN to Aadhaar
Login to the income tax e-filing website, https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/ and access the ‘Profile Settings’ menu option. Click on ‘Link Aadhaar’. A form will be displayed in which you have to update your name, gender, date of birth, and Aadhaar details. Submit the form to complete the process. You will receive a confirmation email at your registered email ID.
4th July 2017