As of now, We have Seen that How we can Get eaadhar at UIDAI. Now in this Post, we are Going to Provide you Step by step Guide to Check aadhar Card Status Online Using EID Number.
For those who Don't Know What is EID Number. EID Is Enrollment Identification Number. When we fill Aadhar Application form We have Given one Slip without EID number and Date and Time Given in the Slip for Future Use.
With the Help of EID Number, We can Check out Adhar Card Status Online After few Days of Filling Aadhar Application Form to Check Whether it is Generated or Not.
So, Let's see the Step by Step Process to check adhar Status Using EID Number.
NOTE - TO CHECK ADHAR STATUS YOU NEED YOUR EID NUMBER AND REGISTERED MOBILE NUMBER READY TO GET OTP.
Download Aadhar Card
- In the First Step Fill Up the Aadhar Application Form at Your Nearest Aadhar Card Kendra. (They will Give you Application Number after Filling up Application Form)
- Now You have your EID and Aadhar Number.
- In a Next Step Go to UIDAI Official Site HERE.
- Select Aadhar Number or EID then Enter Captcha.
- Then Click on Check Status and BOOM you will Get Your Aadhar Card Status.
How to check Aadhar status through India Post?
The status of delivery for your Aadhar Card can be tracked online on the official website of India Post. With the help of the facilities offered by UIDAI, you can get the Aadhar card delivered to your house at no cost. After you are done with the enrollment of the Aadhar Card at the Aadhar center, the Aadhar Card will be dispersed and sent to you at your residential address within a period of 60 days to 90 days. You may also check the delivery status of your Aadhar Card using the Aadhar number at any India Post Office.
Aadhar Delivery Status can also be checked by going on the official website of India Post. All you need to do on the website is enter the Aadhar Enrolment Number, time and date of enrollment. The delivery status for your Aadhar Card will be shown on the screen after you enter these details.
NOTE - Due to the increase in the number of Aadhaar card holders in the country the RBI has advised banks to include infrastructure for biometric authentication of ATM transactions. The new infrastructure will be put in place to increase the security of transactions done through these machines. This decision has gained more importance due to the recent cyber-attack which affected approximately 35 lakh debits cards across 21 banks. The two-factor mechanism for authentication of transactions will help prevent further such attacks and will take users a step closer to cashless transactions. We will know of the success of this decision when banks release their new machines a new year.