Tags: Aadhar Card

Family members must go to the post office or bank to obtain an Aadhaar card. People occasionally have to come back without applying because the server is offline or for another reason. Twenty days ago, a meeting presided over by CDO Kuldeep Meena was held in the Collectorate Auditorium. The UIDAI staff members were instructed to create Aadhaar cards at CHCs every week on Friday for children under five.


Following the orders, the Department of Posts organized camps at each of the district's block-level community health centers as a test. 497 children's Aadhaar cards were created during this process. Now that the trial has been successful, this procedure has been implemented.


This will make it simple for the family members to create the children's Aadhaar cards. The child's birth certificate, an attested photocopy of the card from a public official or the school, and the parents' photocopies of their Aadhaar cards must be attached for this.


Aadhaar cards will be made at these places.

Each district block has a community health center run by the health department. The camp will be hosted in the Community Health Centre of Dibai and Danupar in Bulandshahar, Gulavathi, Sayana, Lakhavati, Bibinagar, Shikarpur, Khurja, Pahasu, Secunderabad, Unchagaon, Arnian, Anupshahar, Agouta, and Jahangirabad. Additionally, camps will be held at Jatiya Chikitsalaya Khurja and the District Hospital Bulandshahr.


The duty imposed on two employees

According to postal service authorities, the Sayana and Lakhavati CHCs have been assigned one staff each. At the remaining 16 centers, two user personnel are required to perform their duties. Starting at 8 am, these workers will be at the CHC every day of the week. At each center, 30–30 Aadhaar cards must be created.


This document will be required.

Birth certificate or mother-child card from a public hospital. Certificate of birth. A camp to create Aadhar cards will be held every Friday in the district's Jatiya Chikitsalaya Khurja, Bulandshahr District Hospital, and 16 Block Level Community Health Centre. Children under the age of five will receive Aadhaar cards at the camp. For this, duty has been imposed. The postal superintendent is Tribhuvan Singh.